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The Proceedings upon the debates, relating to the late charter of the city of London: as also the entering up of judgment against it, giving an account of the most remarkable transactions relating to.
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And all questions of order shall be decided by the President, without appeal or debate. “Upon a question to adjourn, for the day, which may be made at any time, if it be seconded, the question shall be put without a debate. “When the House shall adjourn, every member shall stand in his place until the President pass him.” 1.
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