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porary bourgeois rule of Louis Philippe. But Louis Philippe's regime died of corruption and stagnation in 1848, whilst the English ebartism of that year shook neither parliament nor the throne. For the British parliament had justified its existence in its renovated form, and had accomplished some great things. It had reformed the poor law; it had reformed municipal government; it had reformed the fiscal system.
It is in the sphere of legislation that the difference between the unreformed and the reformed house of commons is most marked. It is impossible to emphasize too strongly the enormous change which the Reform Act of 1832 introduced into the character of English legislation, or the complete contrast between the legislation which preceded and the legislation which followed that date. The eighteenth century and the first two decades of the nineteenth century were prolific of legislation, but it was of an ephemeral character. The parliament of the eigl-iteenth century passed many laws which would now be classed as local Acts, for authorizing the construction of roads, canals and bridges, and was never tired of regulating, after its lights, the conditions of labour, the conduct of trades and industries, and the relief of the poor. But it created no new institutions. It is from the Reform Act that date the series of Acts which began with remodelling the poor law and municipal corporations, and

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