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" The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist on it; the Commons insist on their disagreement; the Lords adhere to their amendment; the Commons adhere to their disagreement. The term of insisting... "
Journal - Страница 530
по South Carolina. General Assembly. Senate - 1870
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Senate Manual: Containing the Standing Rules and Orders of the United States ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1896 - 563 страници
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment ; the Lords insist on it ; the Commons insist 011 their disagreement ; the Lords adhere to their amendment ; the Commons adhere to their disagreement....

The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin for ...

1897
...lords insist on it; the commons insist on their disagree* Tbii rule now fix« the ¡imitation ment ; the lords adhere to their amendment ; the commons...adherence by either renders it necessary for the other to recodo or adhere also ; when the matter is usually Buffered to fall. 10 Grey, 148. Latterly, however,...

Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota

1897
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the commons disagree to the amendment; the lords insist...to their disagreement. The term of insisting may be related as often as they choose to keep the question open. But the first adherence by either renders...

Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin - 1897
...lords insist on it; the commons insist on their disagree• Thil rule now fixa the liniiUiion. ment ; the lords adhere to their amendment ; the commons...they choose to keep the question open. But the first adhérence by either readers it necessary (or the other to recede or adhere also ;'when the matteris...

Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota

1899
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the commons disagree to the amendment; the lords insist...the first adherence by either renders it necessary lor the other to recede or adhere also; when the matter is usually suffered to fall, ю Grey, 148....

Precedents: Decisions on Points of Order and Phraseology, 1789-1898

Charles W. Johnson (Chief Clerk of the Senate.) - 1899
...amendments. The regnlar progression in this case is that the Commons disagree to the amendment ; the bords insist on it; the Commons insist on their disagreement...the first adherence by either renders it necessary tor the other to recede or adhere also; when the matter is usually suffered to fall. 10 '•reíl,...

Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin - 1899
...amendments. The regular progression in this case Is, that the commons disagree to the amendment; Hie lords insist on It; the commons Insist on their disagreement:...to their disagreement. The term of Insisting may be герелч*! aa often as they choose to keep the question open. But the first adherence b; either...

Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). Common Council - 1850
...case is, that the Common« disagrr e to the amendment ; the Lords insist on it ; the Commons inaist on their disagreement ; the Lords adhere to their...adherence by either, renders it necessary for the other side to recede or adhere also ; when the matteria usually suffered to fall. — 10 Grey, 14H. Latterly,...

The Parliamentary Pathfinder: A Quick Reference Manual of Rules of Order for ...

William Henry Bartlett - 1903 - 156 страници
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment, — the Lords...either renders it necessary for the other to recede or to adhere also, when the matter is usually suffered to fall. There must be an absolute conclusion of...

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Том 2

Thomas Jefferson - 1903 - 506 страници
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...adherence by either renders it necessary for the other side to recede or adhere also ; when the matter is usually suffered to fall. — io Grey, 148. Latterly,...




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