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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

conduct the proceedings in the customary fashion, and would have a good deal to say as to who should take part in them. It was not until the reign of Henry VI that any statutory restriction was placed on the class of electors. The Act of 1430, which was passed to prevent riotous and disorderly elections, directed that the electors were to be people dwelling in the county, whereof every one was to have free land or tenement to the value of forty shillings a year at least (a high value for that period) above all charges. This Act continued to regulate the county franchise for more than four centuries, until the Reform Act of 1832. But the definition of the qualifying freehold gave much employment to lawyers and parliamentary committees, and its meaning was so interpreted as to facilitate the manufacture of qualifications and the creation of faggot voters. Leaseholders and copyholders had no votes.
The number of parliamentary counties did not vary much before 1832. At first thcre were thirty-seven counties returning two members each. The counties of Chester and Durham, which were counties palatine, and under a semi-independent authority, did not come into the parliamentary system until a later date. Henry VIII brought m the Welsh counties. The Union with Scotland and with Ireland completed the list.
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