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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Art. IV. — Incidental Motions. page
§ 21. Questions of Order and Appeal.... 78
. Suspension of the Rules 83
. Objection to the Consideration of a
Question 87
. Division of a Question, and Consid-
eration by Paragraph or Seriatim 89
. Division of the Assembly, and Mo-
tions relating to Methods of
Voting, or to Closing or Reopen-
ing the Polls 95
. Motions relating to Methods of
Making, or to Closing or to Re-
opening Nominations 96
. Requests growing out of Business
Pending or that has just been
pending, as, a Parliamentary In-
quiry, a Request for Information,
for Leave to Withdraw a. Motion,
to Read Papers, to be Excused
from a Duty, or for any other
Privilege 97
Art. V. — ^Subsidiary Motions.
§ 28. Lay on the Table 104
. The Previous Question Ill
. Limit or Extend Limits of Debate.. 118
. Postpone Definitely, or to a Certain
Time 121
. Commit or Refer, or Recommit. . . . 125
. Amend 134
. Postpone Indefinitely 152
Art. VI. — Some Main and Unclassified Motions.
§ 35. Take from the Table 154
. Reconsider 156
. Rescind 169
. Renewal of a Motion 171
. Ratify 173
. Dilatory, Absurd, or Frivolous Mo-
tions . . . : 174
. Call of the House 175