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.
London, H. Hetherington [1838?]
Representative government and representation
Representative government and representation /
Election law > Election law / Great Britain.
Suffrage > Suffrage / Great Britain.
"William Lovett, secretary".- p. 12.
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