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The Unreformed House of Commons: Volume 2, Scotland and Ireland: Parliamentary Representation Before 1831

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 600 Nombre de pages
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Zusammenfassung Originally published in 1903, this two-volume work examines the changes in Parliamentary representation in England... Lire la suite
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Zusammenfassung Originally published in 1903, this two-volume work examines the changes in Parliamentary representation in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Volume Two focuses on the representation of Scotland and Ireland and issues such as the disenfranchisement and re-enfranchisement of the Roman Catholic population. Inhaltsverzeichnis Part V. The Scotch Parliamentary System: 31. The political condition of Scotland after the union; 32. The settlement of the representation at the union; 33. The convention of royal burghs; 34. Burgh representation in the Scotch parliament; 35. The franchise in the counties; 36. The non-elected members of the Scotch parliament; 37. Usages and procedure; 38. Burgh representation at Westminster; 39. County representation after the union; Part VI. Parliamentary Representation in Ireland: 40. Introductory; 41. County representation from the revolution to the re-enfranchisement of the Roman Catholics; 42. The franchise withheld from the Roman Catholics; 43. Catholic enfranchisement; 44. The county franchise at the union; 45. Borough representation from the revolution to the union - the corporation boroughs; 46. The freeman boroughs; 47. The potwalloper and manor boroughs; 48. Boroughs as property; 49. The representation of Trinity College; 50. Dublin as a political capital; 51. The organisation of the House of Commons; 52. The speakership; 53. Usages and procedure; 44. Poynings' law; 55. The relation of the Commons to the Lords; 56. Relations of the House of Commons with the outside world; 57. The Union.

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Part V. The Scotch Parliamentary System: 31. The political condition of Scotland after the union; 32. The settlement of the representation at the union; 33. The convention of royal burghs; 34. Burgh representation in the Scotch parliament; 35. The franchise in the counties; 36. The non-elected members of the Scotch parliament; 37. Usages and procedure; 38. Burgh representation at Westminster; 39. County representation after the union; Part VI. Parliamentary Representation in Ireland: 40. Introductory; 41. County representation from the revolution to the re-enfranchisement of the Roman Catholics; 42. The franchise withheld from the Roman Catholics; 43. Catholic enfranchisement; 44. The county franchise at the union; 45. Borough representation from the revolution to the union - the corporation boroughs; 46. The freeman boroughs; 47. The potwalloper and manor boroughs; 48. Boroughs as property; 49. The representation of Trinity College; 50. Dublin as a political capital; 51. The organisation of the House of Commons; 52. The speakership; 53. Usages and procedure; 44. Poynings' law; 55. The relation of the Commons to the Lords; 56. Relations of the House of Commons with the outside world; 57. The Union.

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Titre: The Unreformed House of Commons: Volume 2, Scotland and Ireland: Parliamentary Representation Before 1831
Sous-titre: Parliamentary Representation Before 1831
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Code EAN: 9781107641617
ISBN: 978-1-107-64161-7
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Cambridge Univ Pr
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 600
Poids: 943g
Taille: H244mm x B170mm x T31mm
Année: 2014

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