The operations of the Irish House of Commons, 1613-48



Author: McGrath, Brid
Pub Date: 30/09/2024
Binding: Hardback

This book describes the structures, powers, personnel, culture, and operations of the lower house of the Irish parliament, including electoral practice, the legislative process, economics of parliaments, including costs, taxation, and MPs' wages, MPs' individual and collective relationships with government, the House of Lords and their own constituents, the crown, and the English parliament. It also explores how the parliament, its personnel, and work changed during the government of lord deputies Arthur Chichester and Thomas Wentworth and during the period of the Confederation of Kilkenny.


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