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" This then being well observed, let us, before we seek to obtain any thing more, consider duly what we already have. We have a House of Commons composed of five hundred and fifty-eight members, in which number are found the most considerable landholders... "
The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany - Page 172
1786
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The Lesson of Popular Government, Volume 2

Gamaliel Bradford - Democracy - 1899
...House of Commons composed of 548 members, in which number are found the most considerable landf holders and merchants of the kingdom ; the heads of the army,...and the law ; the occupiers of great offices in the state ; together with many private individuals eminent by their knowledge, eloquence, and activity....
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Lectures on the Relation Between Law & Public Opinion in England During the ...

Albert Venn Dicey - Great Britain - 1905 - 503 pages
...forty-five or forty-seven years later preceded or accompanied the passing of the Reform Act ( Lecture " of the army, the navy, and the law ; the occupiers — '- " of great offices in the State ; together with many " private individuals, eminent by their knov/ledge, " eloquence, or activity....
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Lectures on the Relation Between Law & Public Opinion in England: During the ...

Albert Venn Dicey - Great Britain - 1924 - 506 pages
...forty.five or forty-seven years later preceded or accompanied the passing of the Reform Act. Lecture " of the army, the navy, and the law ; the occupiers '. of great offices in the State ; together with many " private individuals, eminent by their knowledge, " eloquence, or activity....
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Organizing Interests in Western Europe: Pluralism, Corporatism, and the ...

Suzanne Berger - Political Science - 1983 - 426 pages
...restricted the franchise, the House of Commons still contained "the greatest landlords and merchants, the heads of the army, the navy, and the law, the occupiers of the great offices of state. If the country is not safe in these hands in whose hands would it be?"...
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