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Hinds' Precedents, Volume 2

Chapters 28-52<br>Asher C. Hinds, Clerk at the Speaker's Table of the U.S. House of Representatives, compiled the early precedents of the House of Representatives, dating from the First Congress. This volume is part of the first half of an eleven-volume series containing selected rulings made by the Chair between 1789 and 1936. Volumes 1-5 are entitled Hinds' Precedents and were published in 1907. Cannon's Precedents entail volumes 6-11 and were published in 1936.

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Chapter 28 - General Election Cases, 1860 To 1870 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 29 - General Election Cases, 1870 To 1875 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 30 - General Election Cases, 1875 To 1880 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 31 - General Election Cases, 1880 and 1881 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 32 - General Election Cases, in 1882 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 33 - General Election Cases, in 1883 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 34 - General Election Cases, 1884 and 1885 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 35 - General Election Cases, 1886 To 1888 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 36 - General Election Cases, 1889 To 1891 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 37 - General Election Cases, 1892 To 1894 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 38 - General Election Cases, 1895 To 1897 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 39 - General Election Cases, 1898 To 1901 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 40 - General Election Cases, 1902 To 1906 PDF | Text | More
Chapter 41 - The Members PDF | Text | More
Chapter 42 - Punishment and Expulsion of Members PDF | Text | More
Chapter 43 - Delegates PDF | Text | More
Chapter 44 - The Speaker PDF | Text | More
Chapter 45 - The Speaker Pro Tempore PDF | Text | More
Chapter 46 - The Speaker's Power of Recognition PDF | Text | More
Chapter 47 - Prerogatives of the House as to Revenue Legislation PDF | Text | More
Chapter 48 - Prerogatives of the House as to Treaties PDF | Text | More
Chapter 49 - Prerogatives of the House as to Foreign Relations PDF | Text | More
Chapter 50 - Prerogatives of the House as Related to the Executive PDF | Text | More
Chapter 51 - Power to Punish for Contempt PDF | Text | More
Chapter 52 - Punishment of Members for Contempt PDF | Text | More