Rules of the Classis of New-York, as Amended April, 1819

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Side 11 - Shall the main question be now put?" and when demanded by a majority of the members present, shall be put without debate ; and until it is decided, shall preclude all amendment and further debate on the main question.
Side 11 - XVIII. Motions to lay on the table, to take up business, to adjourn, and the call for the previous question, shall be put without debate. On questions of order, postponement or commitment, no member shall speak more than once. On all other questions, each member may speak twice, but not oftener, without express leave of the judicatory.
Side 14 - ... the several answers given by each Minister and Elder, on the minutes, for the information of the higher judicatories: — 1st. Are the doctrines of the Gospel preached in your congregation in their purity agreeably to the word of God, the Confession of Faith, and the Catechisms of our church? 2d. Is the Heidelbergh Catechism regularly explained, agreeably to the constitution of the Reformed Dutch Church ? 3d.
Side 11 - IF я motion under debate contains several parts, any two members may have it divided, and a question taken on each part. 17. The previous question shall be in this form — " Shall the main question be now put!
Side 12 - XXIII. A question shall not be again called up or reconsidered at the same session of the judicatory at which it has been decided, unless by the consent of two-thirds of the members who were present at the decision ; and unless the motion to reconsider be made and seconded, by persons who voted with the majority.
Side 17 - ... by possibility they can be ascertained; citations are issued, signed by the Moderator or clerk, by order, and in the name of the judicatory. Judicatories are enjoined to ascertain, before proceeding to trial, that their citations have been duly served. And, to secure a fair and impartial trial, the witnesses are to be examined in the presence of the accused who is permitted to ask any question tending to his own exculpation. The judgment, when rendered, is regularly entered on the records of...
Side 12 - ... members, without express permission, engage in private conversation, go from or change their seats during the transaction of business; interrupt another when he is speaking, except he be out of order, or to correct mistakes and misrepresentations; and if any member act indecently or disorderly, contrary to these rules, the President shall reprove or otherwise censure him, as the Synod shall judge proper; the member still having the privilege, if he think himself denied...
Side 6 - The President shall preserve order and decorum ; he may speak to points of order in preference to other members, rising from his seat for that purpose ; and shall decide questions of order, subject to an appeal to the senate by any member.
Side 14 - ... 1st. Are the doctrines of the Gospel preached in your congregation in their purity agreeably to the word of God, the Confession of Faith, and the Catechisms of our church? 2d. Is the Heidelbergh Catechism regularly explained, agreeably to the constitution of the Reformed Dutch Church ? 3d. Are the catechising of the children and the instruction of the youth faithfully attended to ? 4th.
Side 7 - ... make a record; and in case any township officer shall take the oath of office before any justice of the peace, such justice shall file a certificate thereof with the clerk of the township, who shall make a record of the same. SEC.

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