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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY AND THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION. The following circular has been issued by the Liberation Society 2, Sergeants' Inn Fleet-street, E.C. Dear Sir,—The approaching settlement of the question of parliamentary reform will enable the friends of religious equality to effectually press upon the constituencies arid ou Parliament the question of disestablishment, as one demand- ing early legislative attention. The extension of the franchise, the redistribution of seats, and the Corrupt Practices Act will, it is believed, largely increase the political power of that portion of the community in which the strength of the move- ment mainly lies. A bold and decisive electoral policy may therefore be adopted in many con- stituencies with a degree of success which previously could not be hoped for. But to ensure success, there must be prompt action, and more especially in the matter of Liberal organisation and of the choice of Liberal candidates. Early and careful prepara- tion is especially needed in the metropolis and the adjacent counties, where the Redistribution of Seats Bill will effect the most important changes. The London and suburban consti- tuencies will be increased from 10 to 61, and will return 62 instead of 22 members. The home counties will also send 33 instead of 23 members. These 95 members should include a large con- tingent of earnest supporters of disestablishment. To consider the best means for securing that im- portant object the committee of this society earnestly request your attendance at a conference, t,) be held on Tuesday evening next, the 13th of January, at the Memorial-hall, Farringdon-street. The Hon. E. Lyulph Stanley, M.P., will take the chair at seven o'clock. If you are unable to be present, we shall be much obliged by receiving from you any practical suggestions or information bearing on the object of the conference.—We are vours faithfullv. I HENRY R. ELLINGTON, Chairman. JOHN FISHEK, ) Secretaries. Jan. 6, 1885. SYDNEY ROBJOHSS, J

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