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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

boroughs," the right to vote was restricted by charter to the members of what was called the governing body of the borough, a body very different in constitution and functions from the governingbodies created by the Municipal Corporations Act of 1835. They were usually self-elected, they were often non-resident, they were not responsible to any one for the management of municipal affairs, and they existed, not primarily for the good administration of the borough, but as organizations for returning members to the house of commons. In the eighteenth century they mostly fell into the hands of patrons, and, for a suitable consideration, returned the members nominated by their patrons. With the reform of parliament the reason for their existence ceased, and the Act of 1835 followed speedily after the Act of 1832.
The freeman who exercised the parliamentary franchise in the eighteenth century was a different person from the freeman who voted in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and belonged to a more restricted class. Freedom of the borough, membership of the general corporation which constituted the borough, as distinguished from its governing body, might be acquired in various waysby birth, by marriage, by real or nominal service as apprenticeship to some freeman in his craft or trade, by gift or purchase. In London, membership of one of the trading

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