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Note on the Conjectural Plan of the Palace of Westminster xiii Paul M. Hunneyball 1 'Under cover of so much coming and going': Public Access to Parliament and the Political Process in Early Modern England 1 Chris R. Kyle and Jason Peacey 2 '[B]y committinge of a bill the Howse allowed of the bodie thereof' Tudor Parliamentary Legislative Committees: Development, Purposes, Value and Problems, 1510-1601 25 Michael A. R Graves 3 Attendance, Apathy and Order? Parliamentary Committees in Early Stuart England 43 Chris R. Kyle 4 Politics, Accounts and Propaganda in the Long Parliament 59 Jason Peacey 5 Ireland at Westminster: the Long Parliament's Irish Committees, 1641-1647 79 Robert Armstrong 6 The Triumph of Oligarchy: the Management of War and the Committee of Both Kingdoms, 1644-1645 101 John Adamson 7 The Foundation of the Council of State 129 Sean Kelsey 8 The Cavalier Parliament, the 1667 Accounts Commission and the Idea of Accountability 149 Paul Seaward 9 Public Space, Private Affairs: Committees, Petitions and Lobbies in the Early Modern English Parliament 169 David Dean