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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

been well spent. Your lord lieutenancy and Peter's receiver-generalship have been the consequence. In point of pecuniary advantage to the family the receiver-generalship pays more than the interest on the capital sunk." The seat was a good family investment. For patronship, discreetly used, brought honours and lucrative sinecures. Sir James Lowther returned nine members, the " Lowther ninepins "; he obtained a peerage, and successive steps in the peerage. George Selwyn returned two members for Ludgershall, and was sometimes able to return one of the members for Gloucester. " He was," says Sir George Trevelyan, " at one and the same time Surveyor-General of Crown Lands, which he never surveyed; Registrar of Chancery at Barbadoes, which he never visited; and Surveyor of the Meltings and Clerk of the Irons in the Mint, where he showed himself once a week in order to eat a dinner which he ordered, but for which the nation paid." The payments to constituents, in the form of cash or office, were smaller but more numerous. Posts in the customs and excise were freely used. Bossinney, a little fishing village in the north of Cornwall, was once a borough. When the Act of 1782 disfranchised revenue officers it reduced the voters at Bossinney to a single elector.
If a candidate could not find a patron, or did not wish to be dependent on a patron, he had to buy a seat. Many of the reformers,

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