Published in 1979: This book talks about the Constitution of Parliaments in England during the time of King Edward the Second.
Table of Contents
1. The Form of the King’s Warrant for Summoning Parliament 2. A Transcript of the Pawn for this Parliamanet began the Eighth of May 1661 3. Of the Act Precedencies divided into Observations 4. Of the Degrees concerened in the Act of Precedency 5. Of the Decress of Nobles 6. Of the Writ to Princes of the Blood Royal 7. Of the Writ to the Arch-Bishop and Bishops with Observations 8. Of the Writ to the Lord Chancellor 9. Of the Writ to the Earl of Southampton, Lord Treasurer of England and to the Nobles of the Blood 10. Of patents, of Creation enabling the Lord Patentees to fit in Parliament 11. Of Lords and Peers 12. Of Proxies in the Lords House 13. Of Assistants in the Lords House 14. Of Accidental Writs of Summons 15. Of Returns of Writs 16. Of Matters of Chancery 17. Of the Clerks of the Lords House 18. Of the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod 19. Of the Kings Sergeant at Arms 20. A Corollary to this first part of the Constitution of Parliaments