French legislative election, 1839
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The 1839 general election organized the fifth legislature of the July Monarchy. The election was held on 2 March and 6 July.
Only citizens paying taxes were eligible to vote. The left won the election with a majority of 240 seats over the right.
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Louis-Philippe of France did not have a majority and dissolved the legislature on 16 June 1842.
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