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The English Constitution - Page 14
by Walter Bagehot - 1872 - 291 pages
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English Constitutional History from the Teutonic Conquest to the Present Time

Thomas Pitt Taswell-Langmead, Charles Henry Edward Carmichael - Constitutional history - 1886 - 826 pages
...case.s 1 Bagehot, Eng. Con^tp 13. 2 The late Mr. Bagchot (Eng. Const. p. 14) defined .the Cabinet as 'a combining committee — a hyphen which joins, a buckle which fastens, the legisbti« part of the state to the executive part of the state. In its origin it belongs tothe one,...
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The Dublin Review

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1887
...that it should be chosen by the Legislature out of persons agreeable to and trusted by the Legislature A Cabinet is a combining committee — a hyphen which...the one, in its functions it belongs to the other. Practically, then, the royal authority is in commission. We still have a Sovereign, but she reigns...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 30

Electronic journals - 1917
...veto — a committee with a power of appeal." The Cabinet therefore is, to use Bagehot's expressions, "a combining committee — a hyphen which joins, a...the one, in its functions it belongs to the other." 6 Bagehot is aware of the importance of the difference between selection and election. Selection by...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 50

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1889
...legislative and executive authorities." " The Cabinet," he further observes, " is a combining committee,—a hyphen which joins, a buckle which fastens, the legislative...of the State to the executive part of the State." " The Americans," he continues, " of 1787 thought they were copying the English constitution, but they...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 50

Religion - 1889
...authorities." " The Cabinet," he further observes, " is a combining committee,—a hyphen which joins, a buckh which fastens, the legislative part of the State to the executive part of the State." " The Americans," he continues, " of 1787 thought they were copying the English constitution, but they...
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Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law ...: Government

John William Burgess - Comparative law - 1890
...Custom of the Constitution, Part I, p. 305. * Dicey, The Privy CounciI, p. 68. he designates it, "as a combining committee, a hyphen which joins, a buckle...of the state to the executive part of the state." l Only one of these propositions, the first, is a definition of what the Cabinet is. The other is a...
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Sources of the Constitution of the United States, Considered in Relation to ...

Charles Ellis Stevens - Constitutional history - 1894 - 277 pages
...power of 1 May, Constitutional History of England, I. 19, 20. Mr. Bagehot describes the Cabinet as "a combining committee — a hyphen which joins, a...the one, in its functions it belongs to the other." — English Constitution, 14. 2 It would be a mistake to say, as many have said, that the personal...
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Political Science Quarterly, Volume 10

Political science - 1895
...by the legislature, out of persons whom it trusts and knows, to rule the nation." Again he calls it "a hyphen which joins, a buckle which fastens, the...legislative part of the state to the executive part of the state."4 Every reader of Mr. Dicey's remarkable book on the Law of the Constitution, is acquainted...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the ..., Volumes 51-52

Law - 1895
...mainspring of our constitutional system — 'the hyphen,' to use the words of Mr. Bagehot, ' which joins the buckle which fastens the legislative part of the State to the executive part of the State," is not mentioned by writers like Blackstone and De Lolme. ' The cabinet," says Lord Macaulay, 'strange...
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The Lesson of Popular Government, Volume 1

Gamaliel Bradford - Democracy - 1899
...Cabinet — forming what Mr. Bagehot calls the connecting link between the executive and the legislature. A cabinet is a combining committee — a hyphen which...belongs to the one ; in its functions it belongs to the other.1 We have next to consider the method and effects of the working of this institution in its actual...
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