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The people's charter : being the outline of an act to provide for the just representation of the people of Great Britain in the Commons' House of Parliament : embracing the principles of universal suffrage, no property qualification, annual Parliaments, equal representation, payment of members, and vote by ballot / Prepared by a committee of twelve persons, six members of Parliament and six members of the London Working Men's Association, and addressed to the people of the United Kingdom
Bib ID 1901706
Format BookBook
Description London : Published by the Working Men's Association, by H. Hetherington, [1838?] 
36 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
Subjects Suffrage - Great Britain.  |  Election law - Great Britain.  |  Representative government and representation - Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Working Men's Association

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