Broadsides inviting voters to pay attention to the Statutory Provisions of the 30 and 31 Victoria, c. 102 (of August 15th, 1867). They were several Reform Acts in Great Britain, and all extended voting rights to previously disfranchised citizens. The first one, in 1832, gave the power of voting to those lower in the social and economic scale, for the act extended the right to vote to any man owning a household worth £10, adding 217,000 voters to an electorate of 435,000. Approximately one man in five now had the right to vote. The act referred here is the 1867 Reform Act, that extended the right to vote further down the class ladder, adding just short of a million voters — including many workingmen — and doubling the electorate, to almost two million in England and Wales. Printed and published by Shaw and Sons, Fetter Lane, London.