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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

same limitations, and it added some new classes of voters. It enfranchised four main classes : (1) the £10 copyhalders, (2) the £10 long leaseholders, (3) the £50 short leaseholders, and (4) the £.50 occupiers.
Into the boroughs the Act introduced one uniform franchise, the £10 occupation franchise which was in force until 1867. The Act preserved some of the old qualifications, but placed them under restrictions intended to guard against their abuse. Freemen were still entitled to vote, as such, in certain boroughs. But the old qualifications had in most cases been made unimportant by the extension of the occupation franchise.
Finally, the Act introduced the machinery of parliamentary registration, substantially on its existing lines. Since 1832 a qualification to vote entitles a man to be placed on the register, not to vote. Unless he is on the register he is not entitled to vote. If he is on the register he is presumably entitled to vote.
Separate Reform Acts for Scotland and Ireland, framed on the same general lines as the English Act, were passed in the same year. They gave three additional members to Scotland, and three to Ireland, but the total number of seats for the United Kingdom was not altered.
The Reform Act of 1832 did not realize the hopes of its friends or the fears of its foes. Like most English Acts, it was based on com-

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