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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

have no right to sit in the house of lords, unless they either hold also, as many of them do, peerages of the other class, or have been elected as representative peers by their brother peers of Scotland or Ireland. There are sixteen representative peers of Scotland and twenty-eight representative peers of Ireland. The Irish peers enjoy some advantages over their Scottish brethren. In the first place, if they are elected representative peers, they are elected for life, and not for a single parliament, like the Scottish peers. Then, if they are not elected, they are eligible for seats in the house of commons, though not for Irish seats. Lord Palmerston was an Irish peer, but sat in the house of commons. Lord Curzon was created an Irish peer when he went as viceroy to India, and would be eligible to a seat in the house of commons if he had not been elected as a representative Irish peer. But our sympathies with the disabilities of Scottish peers may be tempered by the reflection that their number is small and dwindling. The power to create peers of Ireland still remains, though under limitations. But the power to create peers of Scotland has ceased, and there are now not more than twenty Scottish peers who are without the right to seats in the house of lords, either as representative peers or in right of some other peerage.
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