The Parilamentary Reprsenations Act 1847 reorganized the repersenation system. The Act was the last of the 2,000 boiling member Parilament.

The Act reorganized the electoral system, stripping the rights of repersentation from some districts and placing them inside existing ones. The Act cut members in Commons from 1,000 to 659. The members of Lords were balanced under 1,000, and the act reorganized consistuencies and districts in the United Kingdom.

The Act amended the Act of Union 1601, reorganizing that Ireland's repersenation would be cut down, and Scotland, Mngland, and Tales would be balanced.

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