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1

Situation before 1832: how many MPs owed their seat in commons to influence of aristocracy?

111

2

Situation before 1832: Franchise

Had to be maleIn counties- had to own freehold property worth at least £2 a yearIn boroughs - varied greatly since it depended on the customs of the borough

3

Situation before 1832: how many counties/ boroughs actually had general elections

11 counties and 82 boroughs

4

When was Spa Fields?

1816

5

When was the Blanketeers movement?

1817

6

When was the Peterloo movement?

1819

7

When were six acts passed?

August 16th 1819

8

What also happened in 1830 (Europe)?

French Revolution began

9

When was the Birmingham Political Union (BPU) founded?

Founded in 1829

10

Who won the 1830 general election?

Tories won. Duke of Wellington in power.

11

When was the Catholic Empancipation bill introduced into parliament?

march 1829

12

When was Weillington's speech?

2nd November 1830

13

First reform Bill: when was it proposed?

31st of March 1831 by Lord John Russell

14

First reform Bill: what was proposed?

Essentially the proposals were an attempt to shift the balance of power from the landowners towards the middle classes. 61 boroughs to lose their MPs. 46 seats given to industrial towns in the northOnly one voting qualification owning or renting a house worth at least £10 a year. (and of course, being a man)

15

First reform Bill: by how many votes was it passed in the commons?

It was passed by 1 vote

16

1831 general election: result

Whigs won, they got a majority of 130 seats.

17

Second Reform Bill: when was it proposed?

July 1831

18

Second Reform Bill: by how many votes was it voted against in the Lords?

Lords voted against it by 41 votes.

19

Third Reform Bill: when was it proposed?

December 1831

20

Third Reform Bill: what happened when the king rejected Grey's proposal?

Earl Grey's Whig government resigned in April 1832

21

Third Reform Bill: when was it passed?

Signed by the King 7 June 1832