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" I ask what would be the consequences if we were to suppose that such a prerogative did not exist, or could not be constitutionally exercised? The commons have a control over the power of the crown, by the privilege, in extreme cases, of refusing the supplies... "
The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence - Page 67
1862
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1832
...the other side of the House. And, I ask, what would be the consequences if we wei-e to sup]M)se that such a prerogative did not exist, or could not be...the Crown has, by means of its power to dissolve the Houseof Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if...
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The constitutional history of England, 1760-1860, Volume 1

Thomas Erskine May (baron Farnborough.) - 1861
...17th, 1832. Hansard's Debates, 3rd Ser., xii. 995. s 3 A creation of peers equivalent to a disBolution. such a prerogative did not exist, or could not be...House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if a majority of this House is to have the power, whenever...
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The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Erskine May - Constitutional history - 1861
...Debates, 3rd Ser., xii. 995. s 3 IIOL'SE OF LORDS. A creation of pOCTS equivalent to 1t dissolution. such a prerogative did not exist, or could not be...House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if a majority of this House is to have the power, whenever...
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The popular history of England, Volume 8

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1862
...this question lord Grey said : " And I ask, what would be the consequences if we were to suppose that such a prerogative did not exist, or could not be...House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if a majority of this House is to have the power, whenever...
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HISTORY OF ENGLAND

THOMAS ERSKINE MAY, C.B. - 1862
...exercised ? The Commons have a con1 See his Circular Letter, supra, p. 124; and infra, Chapter VI. trol over the power of the Crown, by the privilege, in...House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if a majority of this House is to have the power, whenever...
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The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Erskine May - Constitutional history - 1862
...exercised ? The Commons have a coni See his Circular Letter, supra, p. 124; and infra, Chapter VL trol over the power of the Crown, by the privilege, in extreme cases, of refusing the supplies ; and the Grown, has, by means of its power to dissolve the House of Commons, a control upon any violent and...
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The Constitutional History of England: Since the Accession of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Erskine May - Constitutional history - 1863 - 640 pages
...consequences if we were to suppose opinion of that such a prerogative did not exist, or could not Earl Orey' be constitutionally exercised ? The Commons have a...House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings on the part of the Commons ; but if a majority of this House is to have the power, whenever...
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The constitutional history of England, 1760-1860, Volume 1

Thomas Erskine May (baron Farnborough.) - Constitutional history - 1863
...the ministry. — King of France created sixty-three Lord Colchester's Diary, iii. 71. stitutionally exercised? The Commons have a control over the power...extreme cases, of refusing the supplies ; and the crown lias, by means of its power to dissolve the House of Commons, a control upon any violent and rash proceedings...
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The Institutions of the English Government: Being an Account of the ...

Homersham Cox - Constitutional law - 1863 - 757 pages
...capacities, from all constitutional check whatever from either the Crown or nation " (c) . We have seen that the Commons have a control over the power of the Crown, by the privilege in extreme cases of refusing supplies; and the Crown has, by means of its power to dissolve Parliament, a constitutional control...
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The Institutions of the English Government: Being an Account of the ...

Homersham Cox - Administrative law - 1863 - 757 pages
...the Commons have a control over the power of the Crown, by the privilege in extreme cases of refusing supplies ; and the Crown has, by means of its power to dissolve Parliament, a constitutional control of the House of Commons. The only constitutional check of the...
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