This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Messages under the sign manual, etc
Communications between Crown and Parliament
Communications from the Crown to Parliament
Acknowledgement of communications from the Crown
"The forms observed on the meeting and prorogation of Parliament, the proceedings connected with the Address in answer to the royal speech (see paras 8.37 –8.38 ), and the Royal Assent to bills (see paras 30.36 –30.40 ) are described elsewhere. Messages..."
Paragraph 9.8–9.14, in Part 1, Chapter 9
Freedom of access
Historical development of privilege
"The third of the Speaker's petitions is for freedom of access to Her Majesty whenever occasion shall require. This claim is medieval (probably fourteenth century) in origin, and in an earlier form seems to have been sought in respect of the Speaker in ..."
Paragraph 12.6, in Part 2, Chapter 12
Address in reply to the Queen's speech and other Addresses
Public business: Business taken in Government time
The Government programme
"The other most common form of motions for an Address to the Queen relate to delegated legislation subject to certain parliamentary procedures. This is dealt with in Chapter 31. Addresses may be made for other purposes. These include the recommendation ..."
Paragraph 18.19, in Part 3, Chapter 18
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.