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And of the summoning of a new parliament, or if the seat of any of the . . . F1 commoners shall become vacant by death or otherwise, then the . . . F1 counties, cities, or boroughs, or any of them, as the case may be, shall proceed to a new election; . . . F1 and no meeting shall at any time hereafter be summoned, called, convened or held for the purpose of electing any person or persons to serve or act, or be considered as representative or representatives of any other place, town, city, corporation or borough, . . . F1 or as representative or representatives of the freemen, freeholders, householders or inhabitants thereof, either in the parliament of the united kingdom or elsewhere (unless it shall hereafter be otherwise provided by the parliament of the united kingdom) . . . F2
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