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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

of those two members. Of these boroughs there are now twenty-three, and these, with the city of London, and the three universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Dublin, make the twenty-seven eases of constituencies returning two members. All the other constituencies are single member districts, a result which was brought about by a partition of the counties, of boroughs with more than two members, and of the new boroughs with only two members, into separate electoral divisions, each with its own distinctive name.
The total number of members was increased from 658 to 670, the number at which it now stands.
The conditions of the franchise, and the distribution of seats, re-main to-day as they were fixed in 1884 and 1885. As to the franchise, there is still a property qualification, but the most important franchises are the three forms of occupation franchise : (1) the qualification of the occupier of a dwelling-house, (2) that of the occupier as lodger of lodgings of the yearly value of £10, (3) that of the occupier of any land or tenement of the yearly value of £10. Such a wide meaning Vhas been given to the expression householder that it is often difficult for tinguthe revising barristers and the courts to disish between householders and lodgers. Throughout the history of parliament the right to vote has not been personal but

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