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THE

PRACTICE AND PRIVILEGES

OF THE

Two HouseS

OF

PARLIAMENT:

WITH AN

APPENDIX OF FORMS.

"The Law of Parliament, as determined by regular custom, is incorporated
"into our Constitution; but not so as to warrant an indefinite uncontrollabie
"assumption of power in any case, least of all in Judicial Procedure, where the
"form and essence of Justice are inseparable from each other."

Hallam's Middle Ages, v. 3, p. 162.

By ALPHEUS TODD,

DEPUTY-LIBRARIAN TO THE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE OF UPPER CANADA, AND
COMPILER OF "AN INDEX TO THE BRITISH STATUTES"

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