Political and non-political offices,612
Poor Law Bills, 209
Portland, Duke of, his administra-
tions, 142, 157, 253, 254
Portsmouth and Chatham dockyards,
Portuguese Slave Trade Bill, pro-
ceedings on, 371
Post office: Sunday labour in the,
425 ; opening letters at the, 432 ;
Postal contracts, 771, 776-784 ; con-
trol of Parliament over, 776,. 779.
See also Contracts
Pottinger, Sir H., case of, 591
Premature communication of des-
Prerogative government defined, 4 ;
downfall of, 95
definition of, 314 ; in connection
with Parliament, 383; defined, ib.;
responsibility of ministers for ex-
ercise of, 384
Court, alleged abuses in, 578
Prime minister : empowered to select
his own colleagues, 324, 331 ; is
the choice of the sovereign, 327 ;
case of the choice of by his col-
leagues, 326; and the sovereign,
Prince Consort, position and duties
of a, 299. See also Albert, Con-
Prison Acts, rules pursuant to, 475
Prisoners, treatment of, 584
Private affairs of persons or compa-
nies not to be enquired into by
Bills : effect of prorogation on,
388 ; legislation of, 401-405
companies : and Parliament,
451 ; constitutional doctrine as
to sacredness of rights of, in the
United States, 451 n.
correspondence between minis-
ters and members not to be con-
sidered as official documents,
secretary to the sovereign, 294
Privy Council: advisers of the Crown,
59; in Parliament, 75, 76; growth
of, 76; first assumption of title
of, 84 ; division into commissions
(1553), 90 ; the sovereign may
summon anyone to the, and can
dismiss a member of the, 323 ;
decisions of, questioned in Parlia-
ment, 449. See also Minutes of
council, Orders in council
councillors : early impeachment
of, 80 : their appointment and
responsibility, 107, 116,323,328,
334 ; selection, appointment, and
dismissal of, 316-334: must keep
the king's counsel secret, 497
Prize money, distribution of, 531 n.,
591 n., 701,723
Proclamations, their constitutional
limits, 460. See also Orders in
Property the basis of representation,
10; influence of, 12
Prorogation of Parliament, first. 74 n. ;
effect of prorogation, 387, 388
Prosecution, mode of conducting, in
the case of Regina v. Overend,
Gurney, Co., 576 n.
Protests from peers on Reform Bill
(1867), 16 n.
Provisional legislation : growth of,
484 ; simplifies parliamentary
legislation, 485; the system of,
470-488 ; when submitted to Par-
liament, 471 ; advantages of, 485 ;
list of Acts confirming, ib. \ persons
aggrieved by, 486 ; defects in the
Public Bills, procedure on, 391-400
charge. See Supply, Grant, Mo-
departments: report of committee
on, 438 ; legislation by, 470-500 ;
representation of, in Parliament,
628; may not give away stores.
moneys : report of committee on,
433 ; parliamentary control over
the issue and expenditure of, 824.
See also Addresses, Bills, Treasury
officers : bound to give informa-
tion to Parliament, 444; rights
of the Crown in relation to, 609 ;
political and non-political appoint-
ments, 612, 618 ; advantages of
permanency in the civil service,
613 ; promotions not to be in-
fluenced by politics, 621, 649 ; com-
petitive examinations, 623, 676 ;
all subordinated to some political
head. 629 ; for what cause they
may be dismissed, 630, 635 ; their
exercise of the franchise, 632 ;
should abstain from interference
in politics, 633 : pensions and re-
tiring allowances, 637, 654, 655,
679, 681 ; salaries, how regulated,
646 ; their appointment, direction
and remuneration, how far subject
to parliamentary control, 659,
668-688 ; parliamentary officers
and servants, 661-666; ministers
of state, 679 ; revenue officers
paid out of receipts, 736. See also
Public opinion in relation to Parlia-
ment, 17, 18
revenue, sources of, 782 ; when
Schools Act, powers of, 478 ; com-
missioners of public schools, powers
service, fidelity in, 632. See also
Civil service ,Officers, Public Offi-
- Works Loan Commissioners, 789
QUARTERMASTERS in the army,
enquiry into, 545
Queen v. Lords of the Treasury, 496 n.
Queen's counsel, origin of, 60
University, Ireland, case of the
charter of, 600
RAILWAY Amalgamation Bills,
passenger duty, motion to reduce,
Railways, rights of the Crown in the
use of, for troops, 532
motion to aid, in Ireland, 708
Receipts, gross, to be paid into the
exchequer, 734 ; brought under
more immediate control of Par-
Red Sea and India Telegraph line,
case of, 782
Redress in the abuse of executive
Reed's case, 667 n.
Reform : probable consequences of
further, 22 ; dangers of democracy
on the constitution, 23 ; Mr. Pitt's
scheme of, 126
- Bill (1830) : effects of, 131 ;
report of committee on, 188; when
introduced, ib. ; difficulties of carry-
ing, in the House of Lords, 190,
- (1832), effect of, 20, 131,136 ;
its enactments, 189
- (1858), defeat of the Govern-
ment on, 229-233
- (1866), 233, 235
(1867), protest from peers on,
Ifln.; effect of, 21, 29-31
Relations between both chambers, 37
Rendlesham v. Tabor, 11 n.
Reports of officials to departments
are confidential, 442
Representation : true basis of, 10, 11 ;
choice of local celebrities for, 15 ;
of the landed interest, 25 ; statis-
tics of, 26 ; of minorities, 29 ;
authorities on, 28 n., 29 n. ; article
on origin of, 51 n.
Representative system : excellences
of our, 1 6 ; rise of, 66 ; origin of,
67 ; the earliest, ib.
Resolutions of either House : effect of
a prorogation of Parliament on,
388; how far binding, 407-412,
699 ; abstract, 411 ; in favour of
the repeal of particular taxes,
Returns, cost of furnishing, 443. See
Revenue officers, their exercise of
the franchise, 632 ; salaries of,
Revenues : public, how derived, 732 ;
when insufficient, 733 ; gross re-
ceipts paid into the Exchequer,
734-737 ; how to estimate the,
Reversions, Bill to abolish, 422
Revolution of 1688, its effects, 3, 4,
8, 34, 102, 263
Rewards, prerogative in granting,
589-597. See also Honours
Rights, popular, when first attained,
Riot Act, 549
Ritual Commission, 505
Riviere des Prairies, tolls, 607
Rockingham administration, 139,
Roman Catholic question, 123, 146,
162, 155, 184; Bill to remove
civil disabilities in the army and
navy, 156, 157. See also Catholic
Ross, Captain, case of, 753 n.
Royal Academy and Parliament, 452
functions : delegation of, 338 ; in
abeyance, 339 ; proceedings to
supply defect in, 340, 341 ; income,
349, ' 350 ; pardons, 556, 557 ;
proclamations, see Orders in coun-
cil ; sign manual, 336 ; when dis-
pensed with, 337 ; veto upon Bills,
407. See also Household
Royal grants must be brought under
notice of ministers, 83, 84
Rule and authority, the source
Russell, Lord, his administrations,
217, 234, 257, 258
ST. KATHARINE'S HOSPITAL,
motion concerning, 477
Salaries of officials, 646, 648, 661-
667, 679, 680, 683, 684, 736. See
also Parliament, Public officers
Sale of government stores, 645,
Scheldt expedition, 267
Schools, withholding royal assent to
endowed, schemes, 473. See also
Scott v. the Queen (Petition of
Right), 344 n.
Scott's case of pardon, 563 n.
Seal, the great, 82, 83
Second chamber, advantages of, 40 ;
articles for and against, ib. n.
Secret dispatch, premature disclosure
societies in the army, 537
Secretary of state : office of, 269 ; the
channel of communication with
-the sovereign, 270 ; also with
foreign powers, 355
Select committees not to encroach
on administrative functions, 419 ;
to consider administrative and
other public questions, 428
Sentence, remission of, when Parlia-
ment may interpose, 561 ; enquiries
of ministers, 562 ; memorials to
Parliament in, 563, 564
Shelburne administration, 140, 253
Simon de Montfort, 67
Sinking funds, particulars regarding
several, 737 n.
Slito, enquiry on erection of, into a
free port, 377
Smith, Baron, proceedings against,
574 ., 579
Soldiers, authority for dismissing
private, 530 n.
Solicitor to the Home Department,
office of, 671
Somers, Lord, impeachment of, 106
Sound dues, levy of, 378
South American Confederacy, pro-
posed address to recognise, 376 n.
South Kensington, estimates for
purchase of, 756
Sovereign : power of, under parlia-
mentary government, 2; who
may advise, 116; never without
those responsible for his actions,
158; full statutory style and title
of, 259 n. ; supremacy of, 259 ;
perpetuity of, 260 ; coronation of,
ib. ; oath of, ib. ; on the office of,
260, 275, 309 ; personal irrespon-
sibility of, 261, 264, 265, 343, 347 ;
his subjection to the law, 261;
succession to the Crown, 262 ;
personal rule of, ib. ; eflect of
wrongful acts of, 265, 266 ; public
audience with, ib. ; foreign com-
munications with, 267, 270 ; offi-
cial reports to be made through a
minister, 267 ; secretary of state,
the means of communication with
the, 269 ; must act through a
minister, 270 ; justice and laws
enacted in his name, 271 ; presence
of, at debates discontinued, 272 ;
attempt of George IV. to take
command of the army, ib. ; per-
sonal acts of, not under the cog-
nisance of law, 274 ; can personally
do no act of government, ib. ; im-
personality of, 275 ; personal acts
of government, ib. ; right of, to a
private secretary, 295; constitu-
tional position of, 305-314 ; duty
of, 307 ; importance of the office,
309; ceremonial and personal func-
tions, ib, ; social pre-eminence of,
310; Lord Brougham on the, 311 ;
Earl Grey on the', 313 ; Earl Derby
on the, ib. ; political influence of
the, 315 ; appointment and dis-
missal of ministers, 316, 323, 331 ;
right to nominate ministers, 318 ;
personal inclinations in choice of
ministry, 323, 332 ; may summon
anyone to the privy council, or
dismiss a member from it, 323 ;
etiquette in writing to, 336 ; use of
the royal sign manual, 336, 337 ;
delegation of royal functions, 338 ;
absence from the realm, ib. ; abey-
ance of royal functions, 339 ; per-
sonal immunity, 347 ; personal acts
of, not amenable to authority,
348; personal acts and opinions
not cognisable by Parliament, 348 ;
as a witness, 349 ; as a church-
warden, ib. ; royal prerogatives in
connection with Parliament, 383.
See also Crown, King, Ministers,
Parliament, Prime Minister
Speaker of House of Commons : no
longer the nominee of a party, 252 ;
address to the Crown on his
behalf, 592, 665; his duty in
regard to Supply grants, 786, 816 ;
his speech on presenting Money
Bills for the royal assent, 821
Standing army, provisions for, 94
orders of Parliament, their vali-
Star Chamber, 92 ; when abolished,
Stockdale v. Hansard, 408
Stocks, redemption of, 797
Stockton & Hartlepool Railway Co.,
Subjudice, matters, 573
Sugar duties, case of the, 800
Sullivan v. Spencer, 495 n.
Sunday labour in post-office, 425
Superannuation, 650-658, 682; al-
lowances to public officers, 653 ;
just claims may be enforced, 654 n.
See also Pensions
Supplies: objection to granting, pend-
ing appointment of ministers, 171 ;
cannot be raised by prerogative,
458 ; and taxation, prerogative in,
689-721 ; restrictions on Parlia-
ment in matters of, 690 ; granted
only on demand of the Crown,
690, 891 ; petitions or motions for
aid only recommended by the
Crown, 691 , 699 ; exceptions to
this rule, 699 ; grant of, by Parlia-
ment, 722, 723, 732; control of
Parliament over, 722-825 ; must
be obtained by Parliament grant,
723 ; temporary advances on
responsibility of Government, 726 ;
peculiar rights of the Commons in
the grant of, ib. 806 ; permanent
grants, 737 ; charges annually
voted, 738; presentation of the
estimates, 739 ; supplementary
estimates, 742 ; on the revision of
the estimates by a select com-
mittee, 744 ; motions for reduction
of expenditure, 746 ; proceedings
in Committee of Supply, 751; votes
are only for current year, 756 ;
votes of credit and votes on ac-
count, 757, 758 ; items in the
estimates rejected by the House,
763 ; right of the House to refuse,
784 ; precedents for delaying, ib. ;
votes in Committee of Ways and
Means, 785 ; money advanced in
anticipation of Appropriation Act,
787 ; all financial operations to
be submitted to Parliament, 795 ;
rights of the Lords in the consi-
deration of, 806, 808; rights of
Legislative Council in colonies in
consideration of, 806, 807 ; Bills
of Supply and Appropriation , ib. ;
duties of Speaker in matters of,
816 ; appropriation clauses in Bills
of, ib. ; surpluses on army and
navy grants, use of, 818 ; Appro-
priation Act is necessary for, 823.
See also Taxation, Treasury
Supply, Committee of: House may go
into, pending appointment of min-
isters, 148 ; resolutions or addresses
recommending grant of money
originate in, 700 ; appointment of
committee, 732 ; sittings of, 751 ;
explanations before going into,
753 ; resolutions in, ib. ; irregular
to move an instruction to, ib. ;
precedents of instruction, 754 ;
votes in, ib. ; motions in, 755 ;
motions may not be postponed,
756 ; votes are only for current
year, ib. ; increasing or restor-
ing an item in, 761, 785; effects
of debates in, on public expendi-
ture, 762 ; controlling influence of
House on, 762, 763 ; precedents of
rejection of items by the House,
763-765 ; resolutions reported
Surrender of unexpended balance,
Sussex, Duke of, case of, 708
Sutton v. Johnston, 531
Sutton, Mr. Speaker, case of, 703 n.
Synods, diocesan, 504
TABOR v. Rendelsham, 11 n.
Talbot v. Talbot, 681 n.
Tamworth manifesto, 196 .
Tax Bills, proceedings on, 815
Taxation: by prerogative illegal,
458, 723 ; and supply, prerogative
in, 689-721 ; motions concerning,
should proceed from ministers,
709, 710; restrictions on Parlia-
ment in, ib. ; precedents, 711;
ministers not obliged to answer en-
quiries concerning,^.; amendments
to ministerial scheme of, 711, 798 ;
proposed, may be amended in the
House, 712, 714-721, 798, 799 ;
precedents, ib. ; motion for reduc-
tion or repeal not expedient by a
private member, 713 ; abstract
resolutions on, ib. ; precedents of
reduction of, 714-721 ; resolu-
tions submitted in Committee
of Ways and Means, 791 ; consists
of annual and permanent duties,
ib. ; when new votes of duty are
to be levied, 793 ; may be modified
or rejected by the House without
affecting the ministry, 798, 799;
rights of the Lords in matters of,
Taxes : when proposed, 791 ; new,
can only be increased in Committee
of Ways and Means, 793. See also
Taylor, Colonel H., private secretary
to George III. and William IV.,
Tea dealers, case of, 795
Telegraph contracts, 491 ; and
Packet Contracts Committee, 771 ;
and postal contracts, 777, 782
Territory, new, see Acquisition
Thames Embankment, motion con-
Thanks, votes of, by Parliament,
Theatres in Lent, restrictions against,
Thorn's case, 568
Thorogood, J., case of, 556 n.
Tobin v. the Queen, 346 n.
Toomer's case of pardon, 563 n.
Totnes writs, 410 n.
Tramways, metropolitan, 486
Transfers of army and navy grants,
Treasure trove, 731
Treasury : regulates salaries and pen-
sions of public officers, 646 ; em-
powers army and navy departments
to use their surplus votes for defi-
ciencies, 818 ; duties of the board
of, in regard to public officials, 648,
649 ; chest, 730
Treaties: right of making, 365; right
of colonies to make, ib. ; powers
of Parliament in regard to, 366,
367 : article on obligations of,
366 n. ; right to withhold informa-
tion from Parliament concerning,
368; alleged violation of, 369;
when still pending, ib.
Troops in China, mortality of, 547
their employment by the magis-
tracy, 549. See also Army, Indian
Tufnell, T. G., case of Petition of
Right, 500, 629 n.
Tulloch, Colonel, case of, 591
Turnbull, Mr., case of, 677
UNEXPENDED balances of Supply
grants to be repaid to Exchequer,
Unfunded debt, 738
Uniformity, obligations of the Act of,
United States of America: working
of their democratic institutions,
21 ; objectionable tenure of office
therein, 614 ; practice in regard to
the time of levying new duties, 794
Universities, charters of, 599, 600 ;
procedure in founding, 601
University Reform Acts, term to be
VESTED rights of corporations in
United States, 607
Vice-Chancellor, enquiry as to lan-
guage and demeanour of a, in
court, 572 n.
Victoria, Queen : her conduct as a
sovereign, 136, 287 ; personal acts
of, 287, 288 ; her wise exercise of
prerogative, 288 ; her attention to
affairs of state, 289 ; private secre-
tary to, 297 ; influence exercised on
behalf of public morality, 309 n. ;
articles on, by Mr. Gladstone, 311 n.
Victoria, governor of, correspond-
ence relating to recall of, 577 n.
Volunteer corps, formation and con-
trol of, 525
Voters' lists, case of peers' names
being struck off, 11 n.
Votes of thanks by Parliament, 593-
Votes, grouping of, 750 ; in supply,
754 ; reduction in, 755 ; not to be
postponed, 756; asking for more
or less than in original vote, ib. ;
other than for current year, ib. ;
- of credit, 757, 823
on account, 757-760
WAGER'S case of pardon, 563 n.
Walcheren expedition, case of the,
Walewski, Count, despatch of, 358
War : declaration of, requires signa-
tures of all the Cabinet, 108 ;
right of declaring and making
peace, 351-355 ; how far subject
to Parliament, 351 ; Parliament
must sustain the Crown in a
Warrants, general, 494
Ways and Means : votes in Committee
of, 785 ; Bill of, 786 ; duties of the
Speaker in respect to, ib. ; Com-
mittee of, 787 ; irregular to move
general motion concerning taxa-
tion in, 791 : resolutions submitted
concerning taxation, ib. ; resolu-
tions should not be reported to
House on same day as agreed
upon, 792. See also Supply
Wellington, Duke of, wished to
retain command of the army when
premier, 182 ; proposed grant for
annuity, 702 n.
West Hartlepool Railway and Dock
Westbury, Lord Chancellor, case of,
Whig families, their influence, 112;
claim to nominate the king's
ministers, 126, 323, 326
Whitehaven rioters, release of,
Wilde, II. S., case of, 684
William III. summoned as a consti-
tutional sovereign, 108 ; his own
adviser in foreign affairs, 109 ;
appoints the first parliamentary
IV., his conduct as a sovereign,
285 ; reign of, 130-136 ; and the
Reform Bill, 131, 191 ; dismissed
his ministers upon insufficient
grounds, 133; personal acts of,
Windsor and Annapolis Railway
case, 461 n.
Witans, the, 51
Witenagemot, the, 51-55 ; power to
depose the sovereign, 54
Withholding royal assent to endowed
schools schemes, 473
Woods, Mr. W., case of, 688
YEOMANRY CAVALRY, vote to
defray the cost of drilling, 709
York, House of, unconstitutional
reign of, 80
Duke of, enquiry into his public
Yorkshire, West Riding of, assize
Young, R., case of, 657 n.
ZANZIBAR and Cape of Good Hope
Mail Contract, 777
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