French legislative election, 1837

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The 1837 general election organized the fourth legislature of the July Monarchy. The election was held on 4 November.

Only citizens paying taxes were eligible to vote.

Louis-Philippe of France dissolved the legislature in the absence of a majority on 2 February 1839.


Party Seats
  Party of Resistance 168
  Third Party 142
  Doctrinaires 64
  Party of Movement 56
  Radical Republicans 19
  Legitimists 15