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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

previous bills. But the government which introduced the bill was in a minority in the house of commons, and all these safeguards disappeared in committee. The period of residence was reduced to one year. The second vote and the fancy franchises disappeared. After a long battle over the " compound householder," the man whose rates are paid for him by his landlord, compounding was abolished, and all householders were to be rated in person. But this was found so inconvenient that, two years later, compounding was restored, and personal payment of rates ceased to be a necessary qualification for being registered as a voter. Lastly, £10 lodgers were admitted to the vote. Thus the measure was completely transformed, and it has been estimated that the number of persons enfranchised was increased from about 100,000 to about two millions. These were the changes made by the Act of 1867 in the borough franchise. Those which it made in the county franchise were less important. It reduced the £10 qualification for copyholders and leaseholders to £5. And it added a£12 rateable occupation franchise which practically* took the place of the £50 rental franchise.
The Act of 1867 enfranchised the urban working man as the Act of 1832 had enfranchised the mainly urban middle class. Its effects made themselves apparent: specially in the changed attitude of the legislature

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