2 edition of Notes upon the city of London ballot act, 1887. found in the catalog.
Notes upon the city of London ballot act, 1887.
London. Corporation. Local Government and Taxation Committee.
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The vast majority of the working classes, as well as women, were still excluded from voting and the Act failed to introduce a secret ballot.