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ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

of great vassals or tenants in chief, to a body more representative of the nation at large.
Henry II did something when he imposed a tax on movables, the Saladin tithe of 1188, and had it assessed by a jury of neighbours, a jury in some sense representative of the taxpayer and of the parish in which he lived, and thus brought into connection the ideas of taxation and representation.
The Great Charter of 1215 declared that exceptional feudal aids were not to be levied without the common counsel of the realm. But this counsel was to be given by an assembly consisting of prelates and great lords summoned singly, and of tenants in chief summoned collectively through the sheriffs. So it was still a feudal assembly.
A further step was taken when, in 1254, at a time when Henry III was in great need of money, each sheriff was required to send four knights from his county to consider what aid they would give the king in his great necessity. For these knights represented, not the tenants in chief, but all the free men of their county They were representatives of counties.
Eleven years later, in 1265, Simon de Montfort summoned to his famous parliament representatives, not merely of counties, but also of cities and boroughs.
Edward I held several great assemblies, which were usually called parliaments, and which made some great laws, but some of

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