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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

in either of the special classes of clergy and barons. " The persons who enjoy no special privilege," says Maitland, " who have no peculiar status of barons or clerks, are common men." In this sense they correspond to the third estate of France, which, on the eve of the French Revolution, according to Sieyes, was nothing, wished to be something, and ought to be everything.
The technical meaning of the word is, for historical purposes, of great importance. Before the time of parliaments both the counties and the boroughs had been recognized as communities for judicial, fiscal and administrative purposes, and the counties acted as such in their county courts. The boroughs were winning for themselves, through charters, communal rights resembling and often suggested by those of the French communes. It was but a step forward to utilize existing ideas and institutions for the purpose of national and parliamentary representation.
The history of the county franchise is comparatively simple. The sheriffs were directed by their writs to cause an election to be held of two knights for each shire; election was to be made in and by the county court; and the electors were those who were entitled to attend and take part in the proceedings of that court. No further definition of the machinery of election was attempted, or was, at first, necessary. The sheriff would

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