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Author:

 

Paulo Lowndes Marques


Report:

 

26


Page:

 

135


Year:

 

1999


Subject Matter:

 

British Community and Family History



Excerpt:

 

As far back as 1860 the leader of the Portuguese opposition stated that "the right to intervene in the making of laws should not be subject to an accident of birth". However, it was not until 1884 when the Conservative Government took the opportunity to finish off the heriditaries.

 

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