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The opponents of the scheme contended that this poll was illegal, alleging that the voting papers had been delivered to persons who had no right to vote, viz., occupiers who pay no rates, or whose rates were included in the rent, the landlords paying the rates, and of coarse, charging higher rent in consequence. On the 8th of April the case was heard in the Lord Chancellor's Court, Chancery Division, before Mr. Justice Stirling. On the 16th April, Mr. Justice Stirling gave his decision. Thedoi:10.1093/library/s1-1.1.175-a fatcat:uzqo2tmgxzdh5pd2vgv6ulw25u