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lican movement in England. At a meeting in Birmingham to greet the new French system Joseph Chamberlain said of "the idea of the possible establishment of a Republic in our own country. I am quite certain that sooner or later it will come." On September 19, 1870, a republican demonstration was held in Trafalgar Square. It set on foot a republican movement which organised itself into groups in the provinces, and resulted in 1871 in the formation of the Republican Club in London at a meeting attended by 15,000 people. To some the Republic of England was to be modelled on the Paris Commune; to others, on the United States of America; but if all were not agreed on the part to be played by property in the new order, there was complete unanimity in the wish to end rank and privilege and the monarchy. Charles Bradlaugh, first President of the Club, speaking at its inauguration, said that "the heir-apparent to the throne has neither the intelligence, nor the virtue, nor the sobriety, nor the high sense of honour which might entitle him to take a front rank in this great nation." "The monarch does not take, and for more than a century and a half has not taken, any active and initiatory part in any movement for the promotion of our national or social welfare." Bradlaugh was the author of a pamphlet, The Impeachment of the House of Brunswick, which sold widely and the subject matter of which, he announced in the second edition, had been heard by more than 80,000 persons without opposition worth mention.
The movement gained ground, and a sensation was caused when Sir Charles Dilke, M.P. for Chelsea, announced that he had joined its ranks. At a crowded meeting in Newcastle on November 6th he ended up an attack on the excessive cost of the Crown by asserting: "If you can shew me a fair

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