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At the convention, suffrage was extended slightly although all non-real estate owners still could not vote.
In 1848 he voted for Hume's household suffrage motion, and introduced a bill for the repeal of the Game Laws.
One of these councilmen shall be elected Mayor by the suffrage of all those who shall have taken the oath of the Commune.
Not at all: a very different reason is now assigned for the extension of the suffrage in Ireland.
Never had universal suffrage been treated with such primitive and barbarous contempt.
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This consists in extending the suffrage among the querulous and suffering part of the people.
It must be confessed that this system of appeasing discontent by extending the suffrage, has several things to recommend it.
Mr. Gladstone's mind had long been turning in the direction of an extension, or rather expansion, of the suffrage.
He was keenly interested in the English movements for women's suffrage and against state regulation of vice.
Consequences of the utmost magnitude may sometimes depend on the exercise of the right of suffrage by one or a few electors.

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