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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

parliament, and about London affairs generally. In fact he did for them the kind of work now done by the London correspondent of a local newspaper. We find him asking for instructions as to how he should act. " I desire that you will, now being the time, consider whether there be anything that particularly relates to the state of your town, or of your neighbouring country, or of yet more public concernment, whereof you may think fit to advertise me, and therein to give me any your instructions, to which I shall carefully conform."
Instructions of this kind were common in the eighteenth century, and most of the English boroughs sent instructions to their members to oppose Walpole's unpopular Excise Bill of 1733. When such instructions enjoined a policy distasteful to the crown, they were often countered by " loyal addresses," the cost of obtaining which was sometimes paid by the king or his ministers. Burke's speech of 1774 seems to have sent " instructions " out of fashion. Other modes of influencing parliamentary action remained or grew up, but this particular mode dis
appeared.
After the great change effected by the Reform Act of 1832, precise instructions, such as Marvell asked for and received, were no longer practicable. After that time members ceased to be nominees of individual patrons, or of a little knot of men, such as a mayor and

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