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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

price of a seat bought for a parliament is said to have been between £5,000 and £6,000.
Without concrete illustrations such as have been given it is impossible to realize in the twentieth century the working of the electoral system which prevailed one hundred years ago. The details are sordid and unpleasant. But it must be remembered that on these sordid foundations was built a government whose strength and stability won the admiration and envy of Europe. Burke, and the other conservatives of his time, Whig and Tory, had solid reasons for their convictions when they resisted all changes in the electoral system under which they lived. " Our representation," wrote Burke, " has been found perfectly adequate to all the purposes for which a representation of the people can be desired or devised. I defy the enemies of our constitution to show the contrary." It is true that he wrote these words in his later days, under the terrifying influence of the French Revolution, but they represented the views which he had always held about the franchise. According to him, the variety of franchise in the boroughs, and the mode in which the constituencies were controlled, roughly represented the various interests of the nation, and its ruling forces. The king and his ministers had to rule, the discordant elements in the country and the constitution had to be kept together. It was difficult to see how any form of government could be

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