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with formulating as Acts of parliament rules for the guidance of landowners as justices of the peace. Parliamentary procedure tended to stiffen and become more formal. Important constitutional changes were silently going on, but they were not, as a rule, marked by legislation. One of the few exceptions was the Septennial Act of 1715, which extended from three years, the limit fixed by an Act of 1694, to seven years, the maximum duration of a parliament. Power rested first with the families of the great Whig magnates who had brought about the Revolution of 1688, then for a time with the king and his " friends," and finally with the parliamentary genius whom George ill was fortunate enough to obtain as chief adviser, the younger Pitt.
The earthquake of the French Revolution, which shook all Europe, and changed its surface, did not extend across the English Channel. It produced effects here, but its immediate effects were those of resistance and reaction, and its results were to prolong the period of the old regime for more than thirty years after the close of the eighteenth century.
Leipsic and Waterloo stopped the course of the Revolution in Europe. But, after a trial of fifteen years, the revived French monarchy of the Restoration died in the Paris barricades of 1830. Two years later the Act of 1832 reformed the constitution of the house of commons, and brought fresh powers into

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play. After the lapse of another two years the fire of October 16, 1834, destroyed the ancient home of parliament. Of the buildings which had sheltered parliaments for so many centuries nothing now remains above ground except the great hall which William Rufus built and Richard II rebuilt, and some parts of the cloisters which were added to St. Stephen's Chapel shortly before the dissolution of its chapter. The new parliament had to build a new home, the home which is the present Palace of Westminster.

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