1816 French legislative election
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258 on 309 seats of the Chamber of Deputies
155 seats were needed for a majority
Composition of the Chamber of Deputies
Only citizens paying taxes were eligible to vote.
All electors elected three-fifths of all deputies in the first round. In the second round, the most heavily taxed voted again to elect the remaining two-fifths of deputies.
|Doctrinaires||Pierre Paul Royer-Collard||49,820||52.7%||136|
|Ultra-royalists||François-Régis de La Bourdonnaye||33,840||35.7%||92|
|Republicans & Bonapartists||Jacques-Charles Dupont||7,520||7.8%||20|
|Liberal Left||The Marquis of Argenson||3,760||3.9%||10|