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THE 

LIBERAL 
YEAR BOOK 



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1905 



THE LIBERAL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT 

{In (ioniMetion with ths National Liberal Federation 
and ths LU)eral Central Auociation), 

42 PARLIAMENT 8TREET. 
LONDON, S.W. 



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DITOR'S'^]fOTE. 



THE LIBERAL YEAR BOOK is an attempt to fill a 
' gap in the row of annual works of reference, long as it 
Iready is. The aim throughout has been, not to compete 
with or displace any existing publication, but to produce a work 
which shall give infoi*mation,* either not to be found or less 
conveniently set out elsewhere. 

As thfe title of the book shows, the primary idea has been 
to produce a Ivork of reference for Lil)erals. 'None the less, it 
is confidently' claimed that, without injury to that intention, 
politicians of every shade of opinion will find the Libeual Year 
Book worth the itiodesst sum at which it is published. 

In a first issue* it has not been possible to include all the 
information which had been mapped out. In subsequent years 
it is .hoped that it will be possible to include much of this 
additional information by an increase in the number of pages. 

No attempt has been . made to summarise the political or 
parliamentary history of the year, since this can most conven- 
iently, be traced in the bound and indexed volumes of the Liberal 
Magazini;. 

\Yhilst it \s nojb po^ible to, make separate acknowledgment 
of th^ kipdness of all the friends^ who have helped in the pro- 
duction of the Year Book, the^ Elditor's thanks are in an 
especial degree due to Mr. Francis Acland for his services in 
compiling, the, Bi^iography. , , , . . 

TJiough no pains have ,been spared to avoid errors, it is too 
much to expect that all can have been eliminated. A note of any 
which remain (few it is hoped and believed) will be appreciated, 
as wil} any suggestion for next year's issue. Correspondents will 
very much oblige by writing as early in the year as possible. 

CHARLES GEAKE, 

^Sacretarifn Liberal Puhlieation Dfipartment, 

42 PahijAment Strettt, *S.W. 
November 15th, 1904. 

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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. 

[A Sv^ect Index itnll be found at page S2S.] 



PAGE 



The Chief Organizations of the Iiiberal Party ... 1 

OtITER PbINCIPAL ORGANIZATIOys . . . , . . . .13 

Societies and Associations 16 

The House of Iiords • « 18 

The House of Commons •..,••.. 39 

Liberal and Labour Members (tinth Biographisg) , ... 39 

CONSERVATiyES • 58 

Liberal Unionists 65 

Nationaijsts 67 

Peers with Heirs in the House or Commons 69 

Parliament and Parliamentary Prooedure .... 70 

The Principal Divisions, 19M, House of Commons . 80 

Registration • 85 

Parliamentary Registration Diary 87 

Registration— Wo^iEN Occupiers 88 

Parliamentary Election Offences . 90 

Parliamentary Bleotion Petitions, 1884-^1904 ... 99 

Parliamentary Vacancies •«••...•. 104 

Parliamentary Cantodates ••«•••«•• 107 

The Secrecy of the BALiiOT ••««••«« 108 
Ministries, 1899-1904 « .♦ ♦ . . . . . .109 

Books for Iiiberals; a 8hort Biblioi;raphy for the Use 

ofliiberals • • • « • 119 

The National BAiJiNCE-SHEtrr ««•««•« "^-. 198 

Liberatjsm in Queen Victoria's Reign •••«•• 130 
The Fiscal €k>ntroversy : Mr. Chamberlain's Case and 

the Re)Bly (Prepared by the Free Trade Union) • « . 13S 

Parliamentary Constititencies, Electors, &c. . . • • ♦ 159 

Contested By-elections, 1900-4 154 

Composition or the Hoitse of Commons •••.•. 156 

The Government Majority 157 

THB HOUSB OF COMMONS POLL BOOK . . 159-391 



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CHIEF ORGANIZATIONS 

OF 

THE LIBERAL PARTY. 



LIBERAL CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. 

41 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. 

CJtairman The Rt. H<mt. H. J. Gi^dstone, M.P. 

Hon. Secretary Robt. A. Hudson. 

Legal AdvUer Paget Cooke. 

Telegrams : * Animation,' London. Telephone : 3172 Gerrard. 

The Liberal Central Association is the official organization and headquarters 
of the Liberal Party. 

The Association maintains the necessary offices in Parliament Street for the 
Chief Whip of the Party, for the permanent officials of the Liberal Central 
Association, and for the staif of messengers whq daily deliver ' the Whip ' to 
Liberal Members of Parliament. In these offices correspondence is carried on, 
and constant interviews arranged with candidates, officials, and leading Liberals 
in the constituencies. The Central Association is the medium through which 
Liberal Associations in search of candidates, and Liberal candidates seeking 
constituencies, are brought into touch with each other ; it stimulates local action 
in looking after the registration of voters ; it undertakes an annual canvass of 
the London out-voters, and reports the result to the various Associations; it 
obtains legal advice for Agents on technical points and fresh phases of registra- 
tion and election law ; it publishes and circulates gratuitously to Liberal Agents 
from time to time digests and summaries of Official documents bearing upon 
their work ; and generally furthers the Party interests in these and other ways. 

The Chief Liberal Whip is ex-officio Chairman of the Association. An 
Executive and General Committee, consisting of Liberal Peers, Members of 
Paiiiament, and prominent Liberals, are elected annually. 

The Annual subscription to the Association is four guineas, which may be 
compounded by a single payment of fifty guineas. 

NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

42 Parliament Street. Westminster, S.W. 

Prsifidsnt Augustine Birrelt., K.C. 

Chairman of Committee ... Edward Evans, Junr. 

Treasurer Dr. John Massie. 

Secretary Robt. A. Hudson. 

Assistant Secretary Frank Bari'er. 

Telegrams : * Liberalise,' London. Telephone : 3172 Gerrard. 

Founded in 1877, the Inai^ural Meeting was held at Birmingham, Mr. 
Chamberlain being elected first President. At a great public meeting following 
the inaugural pnxreedings, held at Bingley Hall, and at which it was estimated 
thirty thousand persons were present, Mr. Gladstone in a historic speech 
welc*omed the formation of the new organization. 

The Federation is a Union of Liberal Associations established on a popular 
and representative basis. All Associations, thus constituted, are eligible for 
affiliation. No interference with the local independence of the Federated Asso- 
ciations is involved. Each Association arranges the details of its own organiza- 
tion and administers its own affairs ; but from time to time, and on aJl occasions 



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of emergency, representatives from all the Associations in union are convened to 
consider the course of action which may be recommended to their respective 
constituents. No formal political prog^ramme is submitted for general ac- 
ceptance ; but the opinion of Liberals on current questions is, as occasion may 
require, promptly and authoritatively ascertained. Thus the whole strength and 
resources of the party may be concentrated upon the promotion of such legisla- 
tion as is, by general consent, deemed of the first importance. 

The essential principle of the Federation is the participation of all members 
of the party in the formation and direction of its policy, and in the selection of 
those particular measures of reform and progress to which priority shall be given. 
This ODJect ci^i only be secured by the organization of the party upon a repre- 
sentative basis ; tnat is, by popularly elected local Associations, and by the 
union of such Associations in a general Federation. 

** The Federation is designed to assist the formation of Liberal Associations on 
a popular representative basis, throughout the country ; to bring such organiza- 
tions into union, so that by this means the opinions of Liberals, on measures to 
be supported or resisted, may be readily and authoritatively ascertained ; and to 
aid in concentrating, upon the promotion of reforms found to be generally 
desired, the whole force, strength, and resources of the Liberal party." — [Extraet 
from the original iUUmnsnt of '* the proposed objects of a National Federation of 
Liberal Associations.'"} 

The Constitution of the Federation is as follows : — 

(1) An Executive Committee consisting of the Officers with not more than 
twenty other members (Members of Parliament being ineligible) elec*ted by 
ballot by the General Committee at its first meeting in each year. Its fun<*tions 
are : — 

To consider representations from the Federated Associations ; to prepare 
the business for meetings of the Council and General Committee ; to pre- 
pare the resolutions for these meetings ; and to generally carry on the official 
business of the Federation. 

(2) A Oeneral Committee^ consisting of the Officers and Executive Committee 
together with representatives of each of the Federated Associations and all 
Liberal Members of Parliament; each Liberal Association representing the 
whole of a Parliamentary Constituency appointing three members, and Associa- 
tions other than those representing an entire constituency appointing one 
member. Its functions are : — 

(a) To aid in die formation of Liberal Associations based on popular 
representation, and generally to promote the objects of the Federation. 

(6) To submit to the Federated Associations political questions and 
measures upon which united action may be considered desirable. 

W To elect at its first meeting in each year a Chairman of Committee and 
an Executive Committee, and from time to time to give any instructions it 
thinks fit to that CommiUee. 

(3) A Council, consisting of the Officers and Executive Committee together 
with representatives of each of the Federated Associations and all Liberal 
Members of Parliament, each Liberal Association representing the whole of a 
Parliamentary Constituency appointing one member for every thousand electors 
or fraction of one thousand electors, and Associations other than those repre- 
senting an entire constituency appointing members not exceeding three for any 
one Association. Its functions are : — 

To express in its discretion by resolution the opinions of the Liberal Forty 
on such questions as are deemed by general consent to be of the first im- 
portance, and generally to act as an authoritative and representative mouth- 
piece of the rank and file of the Liberal Party throughout England and 
Wales. 



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CBtEF LIBERAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



HOME COUNTIES LIBERAL FEDERATION 

(THE HOME COUNTIES DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL LIBERAL 
FEDERATION), 

42 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. 

President (FcM^n^ ^Arotfjgr^ ^/t« ci^aM o/ Sir W. Harcourt.) 

Chairman of Executive Committee .►. The Earl Carrington, G.C.M.G. 

Arthur A. W. H. Ponsonby. 

Noel Buxix)n. 

W. M. Crook. 
John Clarke. 



Trecuurer 

Hon. Secretary ,. 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Telegrams: * Aggressive/ London. Telephone: 642 Victoria. 

The Home Counties Liberal Federation is the headquarters organization 
for the Liberal Party in the following' nine counties :— Berkshire, Bucking- 
hamshire, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey, and 
Sussex. 

The Federation maintains offices in Parliament Street for carrying on the 
work, necessarily in large part done in London, of introducing candicmtes and 
agents to the constituencies, obtaining speakers for meetings, &c. The Fede- 
ration also keeps two vans constantly at work in the Home Counties ; it 
provides lantern lectures during the winter on subjects of current political 
interest ; circulates large quantities of literature ; keeps a Secretary continually 
at work visiting the constituencies, and assisting them in improving their 
organization ; and advises on points of law in regard to registration, &c. 



LIBERAL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT. 

42 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Chairman Auoustike Birrell, K.C. 

Secretary Charles Geake. 

Assistant Secretary « ... John Henderson. 

Telegrams : * Publicola,* London. Telephone : 861 Victoria. 

The Liberal Publicatioh Department is under the combined auspices of the 
National Liberal Federation ana the Liberal Central Association. 

It is the' business of the Department to render efficient help to Liberal Assoc- 
iations and Clubs in their Educational wori^, by extending and systematising 
the preparation and production of political literature. Leaflets and pamphlets 
are promptly furnished to meet the varying phases of party politics, and inform- 
ation on current political questions is quic^y supplied to Members of Parlia- 
ment, Candidates, Public SpeaJcefs, and others who may require it. Suggestions 
as to special questions are always gladly received. 

Subscribers of one guinea per annum obtain all the Publications of the 
Department, including specially oound annual volumes. 

The Liberal Magazine is published monthhr, at an annual subscription of 6s. ^ 
and is an indispensable record for all Liberal Speakers, Workers, and Canvassers. 
All the bound volumes, covering the years 1893-1904 inclusive, may be obtained. 

The Pamphlets and Leaflets published by the Department can be obtained, 
as published, for an annual subscription of 2s, 6d. 

Lantern Lectures suitable for use In town or country are provided. Par- 
ticulars and prices may be obtained on application. 



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Election and Registration Forms are kept in stock by the Department, and 
may be obtained at very low rates. 

A carefiil record is kept of the votes of Members in all the important Parlia- 
mentary divisions [this record going back as far as 1866]. An analysis of the 
votes of any Member, showing in simple phraseology what the significance of 
each vote was, can be immediately ofc^ined, at a small charge, by application 
to the Department. 

Specimens of Pamphlets and Leaflets, lists of Election and Registration 
Forms, and Catalogues of Publications, may be obtained on application to the 
Liberal Publication Department, 49 Parliament Street, London, a.W. 



SCOTTISH LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

President ... The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Campbell-Banner»ian, G.C.B., M.P. 

Chairman of General Council The Rt. Hon. Lord Tweedmouth. 

Hon. Treasurer ... Catoain Sinclair, M.P. 

EASTERN SECTION— 95 Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

Honorary Secretary W. Lang Todd, J.P. 

Secretary A. D. Wood. 

WESTERN SECTION— 7 West George Street, Glasgow. 

Honorary Secretary Norman Lamont, Jr. 

Secretary William Webster. 

Telegrams : * Liberal/ Glasgow. Telephone : 4445 National ; 600 Corporation. 

The Scottish Liberal Association is a Federation of all the Liberal Associa- 
tions of Scotland. It is divided into two sectiotis-^the headquarters of the 
Eastern Section being at 95 Princes Street, Edinburgh, and that of the Western 
Section at 7 West George Street, Glasgow. It has affiliated to it all the Liberal 
organizations in the Scottish constituencies, by whom representatives are sent 
to form the General Council and the Executive Council of the Association. The 
former consists of twelve members from each constituency, elected by the local 
Liberal Associations, and the latter of one member from each constituency, 
elected in a similar manner. The General Council holds an Annual Meeting 
either in Edinburgh or Glasgow for the transaction of business, and in addition 
holds at least one other meeting each year in the provinces, when questions of 
policy and of the various phases of political action are duly considered. 

Through means of its agents in the constituencies the Association is kept in 
constant touch with the requirements of Scottish Liberalism, and is thus in a 
position to advise on all questions which may arise. It gives advice and assist- 
ance in all matters pertaining to Registration and fUection law, and is always 
ready to obtain the opinion of Counsel on any points which may arise, where 
such may be considered necessary. 

The origin of the Association goes back to the great davs of 1880, when Mr. 
Gladstone was carrying through his great campaign in Midlothian. In these 
days it was known as the North and East of Scotland Liberal Association, and 
had its headquarters in Edinburgh. Following upon this, an organization was 
started in Glasgow under the title of the Scottish Liberal Federation. These two 
bodies continued each to carry on political work within their own spheres until 
1887*, when they were amalgamated under the title of the Scottish lAheral 
Association^ and they have continued to carry on their work under that designa- 
tion ever since. 



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Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, the Leader of the Partv in the House of 
Commons, has held the office of President since Lord Rosebery resided it in 
1900, while Captain Sinclcur, the Liberal Whm for Scotland, acts as ilonorary 
Treasurer. Liberal Peers and Members for Scotland are all Honorary Members 
of the Association, while all the Office-bearers are elected annually. The Annual 
Subscription to the Association for Honorary Members is not less than one 
pound, but there is a larse number of Subscribers who pay less sums, the 
amount of the Subscription oeing entirely optional. 



LONDON LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

41 PikRLiAMSNT Street, Westminster. 
President ... The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Casipbell-Bannerman, G.C.B., M.P. 

Chairman W. H. Dickinson, D.L., L.C.C. 

Tre€juturer Sir Samuel Montaou, Bart. 

Hon. Secretary H. W. Carr-Go>ui. 

Telephone : 3172 Gerrard. 

The London Liberal Federation consists of the members of the representative 
Liberal and Radical Association in every London constituency, together with 
the members of such Women's Liberal Associations as number not less than 100 
members, and are recognised by the Executive Committee of the Federation as 
representative of the women in their respective constituencies. 

The Federation is governed by a Council and an Executive Committee, the 
former consisting of six representatives elected by each of the London Liberal 
Associations, and of one representative from each affiliated Women's Association. 

The Officers and the Executive Committee are elected by the Council at its 
Annual Meeting at the beginning of the year. 

The Federation aims at co-orainating and strengthening the Liberal Associa- 
tions throughout the Metropolis. It assists and advises Liberal Associations 
with regard to Registration and Organization ; it prepares and distributes litera- 
ture on current political questions, and generally acts as the Central.Qrganization 
of the Party for London. 



WOMEN'S LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

124 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

President The Countess or Aberdeen. 

ir.^ Q^^^*j,^:^m /Mrs. Broaolev Reij>. 

Hon. Secretaries ILaby Trevelyan. 

Hon. Treaewrer Mrs. Eva McLaren. 

Secretary ' Miss Margaret Bunney. 

Organizing Secretary Miss McLaren Ramsay. 

TeUgrame : * Pi-opaganda/ London. 

The Women's Liberal Federation was formed in 1886 by the Federation of 
fifteen Women's Liberal Associations. The first Council Meeting of representat- 
ives was held in 1887, when the approximate membership of the Federation 
was 6000. Its past presidents are : Mrs. W. E. Gladstone, 1887 to 1893; The 
Countess of Aberdeen, 1893 to 1894; The Countess of Carlisle, 1894 to 190^2; 
The Comitess of Aberdeen, 190:^. 



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The objects of the Federation are : — 

(1) To promote the adoption of Liberal principles in the government of the 
country, 

(9) To promote Just legislation for women (including the local and Pariia- 
mentary franchise for all women, married, single, or widowed, who possess any 
of the legal qualifications which entitle men to vote), and the removal of all 
their legfu disabilities as citizens. 

(3^ To protect the interests of children. 

(4) To advance political education by meetings, lectures, and the distribution 
of literature. 

(5) To promote a Women*s Liberal Association in every constituency, and 
also me admission of women to Membership in any existing Liberal Associations. 

(6) To bring into union all Liberal Associations of which women are members, 
and so to encourage their c?o-operation in the promotion of reform. 

The affairs of the Federation are managed by a Council, consisting of elected 
delegates from the afiSliated Associations, and the Hon. Officers and Executive 
Committee for the time being. This meets annually to discuss the Policy of the 
Federation, which is only alterable by the Council; and to elect Hon. Officers 
and an Executive Committee to conduct the business of the Federation subject 
to the approval of the Council. 

The number of affiliated Women's Liberal Associations in October, 1904, 
was 494, with an approximate membership of 67,600. 



WOMEN'S NATIONAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

138 Palace Chambers, Westminster, S.W. 

Chairman of Executive Mrs. Bryce. 

TMias MoNCK. 

h 



Tr. rii .' [Mrs. Tomkinsok. 

tHoN. Mrs. Hekry GuLOsrrovE. 

Secretary Miss G. Leake GvLirvrs. 

TeUgrains: * Equality/ London. 

The Women's National Liberal Association is a union of Local Liberal Asso- 
ciations and of individuals desirins^ to co-operate with one another, and with the 
National Liberal Federation, for tne furtherance of Liberal thought and Liberal 
policy. 

No formal political programme is submitted for general acceptance, but the 
opinion of Liberals on current questions can, as occasion requires, be promptly 
ascertained and utilised. 

There is no interference with the local independence of affiliated Asso- 
ciations. Every Association arranges the details of its own organization, 
administers its own affairs, and initiates its own policy. 

The essential principle of the Women's National Liberal Association is the 
preservation of absolute liberty of local action on the part of all members and 
Associations in dealing with questions about which there is a difference of 
opinion within the Liberal Party, and at the same time the maintenance of a 
common centre of action for the purpose of dealing with those about which there 
is no such difference. 

The function of the Executive Committee is therefore strictly limited to the 
transaction of business, and the promotion of such legislation as is by the 
general consent of the Liberal Party deemed of the first importance. 



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Vice-Presidents pay a minimum annual subscription of one guinea ; Members 
subscribe at least one shilling annually^ and idl Subscriptions and Affiliation Fees 
are payable on election, and thereafter on 1st January. 



SCOTTISH WOMEN'S LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

7 West George Street, Glasgow. 

PreM&nt The CouNTEas or Aberdeen. 

ywe-ir^aenis \Mi88 Campbeu.. 

WA* <«««.^//>Wii* /Miss M. Cuknikghah. 

Han. SeerstoTUM \ Miss Wilson. 

Hon. TrMM&rer ^ Miss Leng. 

Secretary Miss Alice Younger. 

Telegrams : * C/o liberal/ Glasgow. Telephone : 4445 (National), (HO <Oorporatkm). 

The Scottish Women*8 Liberal Federation was formed in 1891 with the 
following objects : — 

(1) To promote and extend the knowledge of Liberal principles. 

(2) To promote the formation of Women*s Liberal Associations in 
Scotland, and to aiford to them a centre fk>m which information on, and 
assistance in, political matters can at any time be obtained. 

(3) To promote intercourse and united action between the Women*s 
Liberal Associations of Scotland, without compromising their indejMUdence or 
in any way interfering with their Constitution, Kules, or local authority. 

(4) To secure Just and equal legislation and representation for women, 
especially with reference to the Parliamentary Franchise; the removal of 
au legal disabilities on acH^unt of sex ; and the protection of the interests of 
cfaUdren. 

(5) To communicate information and arouse interest among women on 
political and social questions both of general and of local interest, by meetings, 
lectures, and individual effort. 

The Federation consists of all organisations of Liberal Women numbering 
not less than twenty-five members, and of any Liberal Association which has 
admitted women to its membership, on payment of an affiliation fee. Liberal 
Women in any district where there is no local Women*s Liberal Association may 
also join on payment of a small fee. 

Its affairs are mana^d by a Council, which consists of representatives from 
each Federated Association and of the Executive Committee. The Council 
meets annually in spring, when the Executive Committee is elected for the Vear 
and the policy of the Federation discussed. According to the last return, there 
are 70 amtiated Associations, with an aggregate membership of 11,000. 

The SeoUish Liberal Women's Magazine (price Is. a, year, or 9s, post free), 
edited by the President, the Countess of Aberdeen, is issued monthly by the 
Federation. It contains short articles on current politics, notices of meetings, 
correspondence, reviews of books on political and social subjects, and news of 
progress in matters affecting women. 

A Lending Library of works on political and social questions, blue books, 
&c., is kept at the oMce of the Federation, fiom which all members of Women's 
Liberal Associations throughout Scotland may borrow free of charge. 



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EIGHTY CLUB. 

3 Hare Court, Tbmple. R.C. 

President {Vamnt through the death of SiKVfiiJAMil^AtLCOv^T.) 

Treaeurer J. C. Swixburke-Hanham. 

Secretary R. C. Hawkin. 

Telegrams: * Octuaginta,* London. Telephone: 4745 Holbom. 

The • Eighty ' Club was originally formed in the year 1880, shortly before the 
General Election of that year, with the object of promoting Liberal Education, 
and of stimulating Liberal organisation, especially with reference to the election 
which was shortly to taJse place. The necessity for some such body was felt in 
consequence of the numerous applications received by the Central Association 
of the Liberal Party for the assistance of Speakers and Lecturers at meetings, 
both in London and the countiy. 

. Since that time it has been felt desirable to continue the work for which the 
Club was originally formed, and at a meeting in February, 1881, at the House 
of Commons, it was determined that the Club should be placed on a permanent 
basis, with the intention of carrying out the above objects, and of supplying, as 
far as possible, the want experienced by Local Associations. 

The Club consists of a number of gentlemen who are willing to give assistance 
by speakiiig at Clubs, Debating Societies, Liberal Associations, Public Meetings, 
and also by delivering Lectures on political subjects. 

Committees of local organizations are invited to communicate with the 
Secretary, stating (1) the subject preferred; (2) the date, time, and place of 
meeting; (3) the number of persons the hall holds ; and (4) the probable number 
present. A series of meetings can be arranged for if desired. No fee is charged. 

Election to the Club is by ballot, and candidates must be proposed and 
seconded by members of the Club. 

The Annual Subscription is one guinea, and the Entrance Fee is one guinea 
for candidates under 30, three guineas for candidates between 30 and 40, and ten 
guineas for candidates over 40. 

NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB. 

WHrrKHALL Place, S.W. 

President of the Cluh and \ i?.„, r-. »-,*,«««»« n mm r* 

ChairnJn of General C<mimUtee / ^^'^ Carrikgton, G.CM.G. 

nee-Chairmen of General CommUtee {^; ^^VI'ZTLd. 

Chairman of Managing Committee ... The Rt. Hox. H. J. Gladstone, M.P. 
Chairman of Political Committee The Earl of Crewe, K. P. 

Vic^Chairmen TMajoh A. W. Biggs. 

\Alex. Ritchie, J. P. 

Secretary Donald Murray. 

Telegrams : ' Bnelsee,* London. Tdephane : 3181 Gerrard ; 572 Victoria. 

The National Liberal Club was estabUshed in 1889, the late Mr. W. E. 
Gladstone being the first President. 

The objects of the Club are :— 

(1) To provide a central, convenient, and inexpensive Club in London for 
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Club advantage, and where they may meet in friendly intercourse and inter- 
change information and views ; 

(^1 To further the interests of the Liberal cause ; and 

(3) To found, in connection with the Club, a Political and Historical Library, 
to be called the Gladstone Library, as a permanent memorial of the services 
which the Rt. Hon. W. £. Gladstone rendered to his country. 

The Club is now the recofj^nised Headquarters of the Party for Dinners and 
Receptions, and also for affording active Liberals of all ranks, from every part 
of the country, opportunities for Social and Political intercourse. It provides 
the accommodation of a first-class hotel at much less than hotel charges. There 
are 130 Bedrooms. 

The Gladstone Library is considered to be one of the best reference libraries 
in the United Kingdom. 

The Annual Club Subscription is 62. fo. for town, and 3Z. St. for country, 
members. The rates for Junior Members are respectively 2L 9«. and 1/. U. 



NATIONAL REFORM UNION. 

Central Office : 50 Ha worth's Buildings, Cross Street, Manchester. 
London Office : 8 Victoria Street, Westminster. 

President Hon. Philip Stanhope, M. P. 

Chairman of Executive Committee Richard Barlow. 

Chairman of London Committee L. Harcourt, M.P. 

Hon, Secretary H. J. Ooden. 

Treaeurer George Rhodes. 

Secretary Arthur G. Symonos, M.A. 

Telegrams : * Politics,' Manchester. 

The Objects of the National Reform Union are : — 

(1) The dissemination of political knowledge, and the furtherance of Liberal 
Organization, especially in the County Constituencies. 

(9) The promotion and agitation of any leading question which an important 
section of the Liberal Party may from time to time place before the nation, and 
in regard to which it may be thought desirable to move and instruct public 
opinion. 

The National Reform Union was founded at a great Conference held in 
Manchester in 1864, over which Mr. George Wilson presided, and at which many 
of the leaders of the Anti-Com-Law League were present. Their object was to 
concentrate and focus in one National Organization the several forces which 
were working in different parts of the country for the Parliamentary Reform 
which was obtained by the Reform Act of 1867. After that the efforts of the 
Union were directed to many other Reforms for the accomplishment of which 
the country had to thank the Liberal Administration of 1868-1874. The defeat 
of the Liberal Party in 1874, and the necessity of reorganizing the militant 
forces of Liberalism led to the reconstitution of the Union on a still wider basis 
at a Conference held in Manchester in December, 1875, at which Mr. John 
Moriey was the principal speaker. Numbers of Branches were formed in all 
parts of the country, and a laige staff of lecturers was employed to arouse and 
educate the constituencies. 

To this educational work, both by lectures and by the dissemination of 
leaflets and pamphlets, the resources of the Union have been ever since 
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The tenns of Membership of the Union are {a) for individuals an annual 
subscription of 1«. and upwards, ifi) for Clubs and Associations an annual sub- 
scription of 91«. Every Brancli is represented on the Greneral Council by its 
officers and two delegates appointed annually, aud thev, as well as every 
subscribing member, are entitled to attend and vote both at the Annual 
Meetings, when the Honorary Officers are elected and the policy of the Union 
is determined for the ensuing year, and at any Special Meetings which may 
be called at political crises. 

LIBERAL LEAGUE. 

34 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

PrMidetU The Rt. Hox. Earl op Rosebery, K.G. 

( The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, K.C, M.P. 
Vice-Presidents ... \ The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry H. Fowler, G.C.S.I., M.P. 
( The Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey, Bart., M.F. 

Treasurer R. W. Perks, M.P. 

( J. M. Paulton, M.P. 

Hon, Secretaries < F. Freeman-Thomas, M.P. 

( The Earl of Arran. 

Secretary W. Aujird. 

Telegrams : * Adherent/ London. Telephorie : 278 Victoi*ia. 

The Liberal League was formed in 1902 for the purpose of bringing tc^ther. 
Math a view to common action, all those who approve of the policy expounded 
by Lord Rosebery at Chesterfield. It believes that upon those lines progress 
can best be made with that practical LiberatisiU which the conditions of the day 
urgently reauire. 

In the following utterance Lord Rosebery laid down the broad foundations 
of the Liberal Le^^e: — 

* The Liberal League takes its root in no party disloyalty and in no personal 
intrigue, but in a deep and patriotic anxiety as to the condition and as to the 
efficiency of this country. It threatens no one, it proscribes no one, it sets 
itsebP in antagonism to no one. It offers, in my conscience and in my judgment, 
the best means of setting the Liberal Party right with the country. It repre- 
sents, at any rate, practical politics, practical Liberalism, common-sense 
Liberalism, Imbued with a deep and a sane sense of the responsibilities of 
Empire. And if this policy be founded, as I believe it to be founded, on 
political truth and on political justice, it will prevail, whatever may be the 
antagonism against it. If it be not so founded it does not deserve to prevaiL * — 
Glasgow, March lOth, 1902. , 

FINANCIAL REFORM ASSOCIATION. 
18 Hackins Hey, Liverpool. 

President £. K. Muspratt, J.P. 

Hon, Treasurer Bancroft Cooke, J. P. 

Secretary J. W. S. Calue. 

The Association is probably the oldest political Association in the Kingdom, 
having been establishea in April, 1848, to advocate Economical Government, Just 
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(1) To use all lawful and constitutional means of inducing the most rigid 
Economy in the expenditure of the Government, consistent with due efficiency 
in the several departments of the public service. 

(S) To advocate the adoption of a simple and equitable system of direct 
taxation, in lieu of the present unequal, complicated, and expensively- 
collected duties upon commodities. 

(3) To insist upon a revision of the Land Laws, and a re-a^justment of 
the Land Tax. 

(4) The completion of the work of Cobden and the Anti- Corn -Law 
League, and the continuation to their legitimate conclusion of the tariff 
reforms of Peel and Gladstone until the last chain laid upon human industry 
and skill be broken, and the last duty abolished. 

A subscription of 68, and upwards entitles a member to the various publica- 
tions of the Association, including the Financial Reform Almanac and the 
Financial R&former. 

Membership is not confined to Liberals, but is open to all in sympathy with 
the objects of the Association. 

NEW REFORM CLUB POLITICAL COMMITTEE. 

10 Adelphi Terrace, Strand, W.C. 

Chairman Edmund Robertson, K.C, M.P. 

Han, Treasurer F. W. Pei'hick Lawrence. 

Secretary A. M. Scott. 

TeUphone : 7360 Central. 

The New Reform Club Political Committee is the result of the amalgamation 
of the League of Liberals against Aggression and Militarism with the New 
Reform Club. Its finances are distinct irom those of the Club, a special 
Propagandist Fund being raised for the purpose of advancing Liberal Principles. 
To resist the spirit of Aggression and Militarism is one of the definite objects of 
the Committee. The Political Committee is elected annually at a General 
Meeting of the Members of the Club, together with all subscribers of a minimum 
sum of 2$, Qd. to the Special Propagandist Fund. 

Y CYNGHOR RHYDDFRYDIG CENHEDLAETHOL CYMREIQ 
(WELSH NATIONAL LIBERAL COUNCIL). 

Llwtn-on, Pontypool. 

President D. Lloyd-George, M.P. 

Vice-President Wm. Brace, C.C. 

Treasurer ... « Chas. E. Breese. 

Chairman of Executive Committee Ald. £. Thomas, J. P. 

Secretary Walter H. Hughes. 

Telegrams : Walter Hughe^^, Pontypool. 

The above Council is made up of representatiyes from the Constituency 
Liberal Organizations of Wales and Monmouthshire, and from the Welsh 
Women^s Liberal Association. The Council consists of about 1^ Delegates ; 
and has an Executive of about 30, called the General Purposes Committee, out 
of which have been appointed Sub-Committees for dealing with (1) Finance, 
(2) Literature, (3) Organization. There is no affiliation fee. The income is 
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SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED AND ASSOCIATED LIBERAL AGENTS. 
Hon. Secretary'lt Admires* T—'in Bond Strbbt, Hull. 

Chairmtn H. F. Nash, Colchester. 

Treasurer A. P. Whitehead, Oldham. 

Ilau. SwrUary W. Stahforth. 

The Society is established for the promotion of education, and it effects 
this object by aiffiising knowledge concerning the Law and Practice in connec- 
tion with Parliamentary, Municipal, and other Elections (including the Registra- 
tion Laws), especially among Agents and others concerned or interested directly 
or indirectly in such Elections. 

The Members of the Society are denominated Fellows or Associates. 

FeUows (entitled to use the affix C.L.A.) are— 

(a) Agents who already hold certificates of efficiency granted by the Society. 

(M Agents who on 300i June, 1900, were Agents of n6t less than five years' 
standing, have filled their posts to the satisfaction of their respective Com- 
mittees, and have been duly admitted by the Examining Board. 

{c) Persons who are professionaUy engaged in furthering the objects for which 
the Society is established, and who nave, after examination, been duly admitted 
Fellows by such Board. 

AeeockUes are — 

Election or Registration Agents who have not qualified as Fellows, and who 
may be admitted from time to time by the Members in the several Districts. 
Associates shall not describe themselves as * Certificated Aeents,* or use any 
affix which, in the opinion of the Board, implies that they hola certificates. 

All Fellows and Associates must belong to the Liberal Party in Politics. 

GLADSTONE BENEVOLENT FUND FOR LIBERAL AGENTS. 

Hon. Secretary's Address :—'£J Bond Street, Hull. 

Chairman W. Allard. 

Treagurer Edward Evaks, Junr. 

Hon. Secretary W. Stavforth. 

The obiect of this Institution is the establishment of a Fund (a) For the relief 
of necessitous persons, being Members, who are, or who for five years have 
been. Liberal Agents Mrithin ten years of their first appl5ring for relief, and who , 
are incapacitate by age or infinnity from earning tneir livelihood, and (h) For 
the relief of the widows and orphans of deceased Members, and for no other 
purpose (except as provided by Rule 15). 

The Institution is carried on by means of donations and subscriptions, and 
by means of dividends from bequests and investments. 

All persons who are or have been Liiberal Agents are eligible to become 
Members of this Institution, subject to the approval of the Board of Manage- 
ment. The Board has power to remove the name of any Member who, in their 
opinion, has ceased to to a supporter of the Liberal Party. 

Ordinary Members* subscriptions are an annual subscription of ten shillings 
and sixpence, payable in advance. Life Members, a payment of five guineas 
on admission. Each Member is entitled to one vote. 

Subscriptions are due the first of January in each year. Subscriptions in 
arrear for three months nullify Membership ; the Board of Management have 
power to reinstate Members on payment of arrears. 

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than one hundred guineas; that for an Ordinary Patron or Pabroness an annual 
subscription of ten guineas. 

That for a Life Vice-President is a donation of not less than fifty guineas ; 
that for an Ordinary Vice-President, an annual subscription of not less uian five 
guineas^ 

That for a Life Governor a donation of not less than twenty-five guineas ; 
that for an Ordinary Governor an annual subscription of not less than three 
guineas. 

That for a Life Subscriber a donation of five guineas ; that for an Ordinary 
Subscriber an annual subscription of ten shillings and sixpence. 



OTHER PRINClf»AL ORGANIZATIONS. 

{The membership of tfiese is not exclusively confined to the Liberal party,) 



NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 

Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.C. 
President Rt. Hon. A. H. D. Acland. 



Treasurer 

Chairman of Executive Committee 

Secretary 

Financial Secretary 



Lord Stanlev of Aldeklet. 
... Charles Morley, M.P. 
A. J. Mundeixa. 

T. E. MiNSHAIX. 



Telegrams: *Zobimu;3/ London. 

The National Education Association consists of persons approving of its 
objects and subscribing annually to its funds. Local Branch Associations formed 
in different parts of the country, and Affiliated Organizations formed tor other 
objects but embracing those of tiie National Education Association. 

The constitution and policy of the Association are controlled by a Council of 
three hundred members, representing all parts of England and Wales, which is 
elected annually by the subscribers, branches, and affiliated bodies. 

The Association, which was formed at the beginning of 1889, has for its 
objects : — 

(1) To promote a system of national cducati<Hi which shall be in all its 
grades efficient, progressive, and unsectarian, and shall be under popular 
control ; and also to oppose all legislative and administrative proposals having 
a contrary tendencv. 

(2) To secure the universal establishment of representative authorities in 
districts of suitable area, and having under their control dnsectarian schools 
within reasonable reach of the population riequiring them. 

(3) To secure the abolition of fees in all elementary schools, and the 
opportunity of free or aided education for deserving pupils in higher schools 
and colleges. 

(4) To obtain facilities for the better training of teachers in unsectarian 
institutions under public management. 

The Association seeks to effect these objects : — 

(a) By publications, meetings, and lectures, and by the collection and 
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g) By watchinff the proceedings of Parliament, of the Board of Education, 
€3i Education AuSiorities, and of other managers of State-aided Schools, 
with a view to prevent the sacrifice of educational to denominational or other 
interests ; 

{e) By promoting, in Parliament and elsewhere, measures for the 
furtherance of the objects of the Association ; 

(d) By assisting to secure the election of Members of Parliament and of 
Education Authorities who are favourable to the policy of the Association ; and 

U) Bv obtaining the co-operation of other public bodies. 

The Association is not an exclusively Liberal organization, the Association, 
and especially some of the local branches, forming a common platform for men 
and women of all parties and creeds to meet in support of educational progress. 

COBDEN CLUB. 

28 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Chainnan of CommUtM The Rt. Hon. Lord Welby. 

TtMUurer Russell Rea, M.P. 

Secretary G. H. Perris. 

TdephoM : 1033 Victoria. 

The Cobden Club was founded in 1866, with the object of encouraging the 
growth and diffusion of those economic and political principles with which 
Cobden*s name is associated. Its principal work consists in the advocacy of 
Free Trade, and its funds are mainly devoted to the printing and circulating of 
books, pamphlets, and leaflets, and the organization of meetings and lectures in 
siq>port €t Free Trade, Peace, Retrenchment, and Reform. Tne Club is always 
reaay to place its information at the disposal of Parliamentary Candidates who 
are supporters of Free Trade principles. With the further object of encouraging 
the scientific study of economic questions, the Club spends considerable sums in 
giving prises for political economy at the Universities and elsewhere. The Club 
also occasionally organizes Club dinners, to which notable Free Traders and 
other distinguished men are invited. 

Thie annual subscription to the Club is one guinea, without entrance fee. 
Every member of the (^lub is entitled to receive gratuitously all the publications 
of the Club. The management of the Club is vested in the Committee, which 
reports annually to the general body of members. 

FREE TRADE UNION. 

8 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Chairman of Committee The Rt. Hon. Arnold Morley. 

Vtce-ChcMrman Alfred, Emmott, M.P. 

H<m, Treoiturer George Whitei^ei', M.P. 

TT « ^ • /Reginald McKenna, M.P. 

Hon, Secretaries i- -, -_ 

IL. T. HORHOUBE. 

TeUgravM : * Reliable,* London. Telephone : lOW Victoria. 

The Free Trade Union was formed in July, 1903 :— 

{!) To safeguard the free import of Food and Raw Material ; 
2) To maintain the general principle that taxation should be imposed for 
revenue purposes only ; and, 

(3) To resist the reactionary Fiscal Policy of Mr. Chamberlain as certain to 
complicate trade relations with all the Colonies and to endanger the stability 
of tne Empire. 



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The work of the Unioa is carried on through existing politicai and other 
oiganizations, and where necessary new organizations are established for the 

; promotion of the objects of the Union. General and statistical information is 

, supplied, public meetings and lectures are organized, speakers and lecturers are 
provided, and literature is distributed. 

I The Union has been represented at all by-elections, acting independently of 
the candidates and their agents. 

I The funds of the Union are furnished by voluntary subscriptions. 

I 

WOMEN'S FREE TRADE UNION. 

8 YlCTpRIA STREBT, WB8TMINBTBR, aW. 

Chaxrman of Committee Mas. Herbert Gladstone. 

Hon. Treaaurer Mrs. Harcourt. 

^-«-"-- {5irB.^";siL«r- 

Secretary Miss Reknie. 

TeUgrame: * Sensible/ London. 

The principal object of the Women*s Free Trade Union, which was formed 
in July, 1903, is to bring knowledge of the principles of Free Trade to the women 
of Great Britain. This is being done by meetings, large and small, by suppling 
speakers on Free Trade, and by providing simple leaflets and longer pampmets, in 
which are explained the meaning of the terms Retaliatory Tariffs, Bounties, &c. 

The Union is entirely non-party, and includes amongst its Executive 
\ Committee, Vice-Presidents, and Members, members of all pontical parties. 

LAND LAW REFORM ASSOCIATION. 
18 CocKSPUR Stbsbt, London, S.W. 

, President Sir Walter Footer, M.P. 

I Tretuurer Walter Hazell. 

I Hon. Secretary.^ James Rowlands. 

! Secretary F. A. Creed. 

The Land Law Reform Association was formed by the amalgamation of the 
Free Land League and the Leaseholds Enfranchisement Association. 
{ It has for its objects ~ 

(1) Such amendments of the law of landlord and tenant, both in town and in 
I country, as will encourage occupiers in improving either houses or agricultural 
' holdings, by giving them absolute security for the results of their outlav. 

Ci) To promote the rating of ground values, including the values of building 
land neld vacant. 

(3) The more adequate provision of land for small holding and similar 
pulmc purposes, particularly on the estates of the Crown and the Church. 

(4) Prompt and effective legislation to provide the working popubition in 
town and country with healthy and adequate housing. 

(5) To promote the acquirement of land by the people for residence and 
I cultivation, both by general laws and by the instrumentality of municipalities 
I and other local bodies. 

' (6) Preservation of commons, and of popular rights over land and water ; 
and restoration of any illegally taken away in recent times. 

1(7) Compulsory power for leaseholders to purchase the freehold in the case 
of long leaseholds of town holdings, or to convert the ground-rent into a 
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(H) Abolition of copyhold and customary tenure and obsolete manorial 
rights. 

^9) Abolition of the law of primogeniture. 

(10) Prohibition of the settlement of land upon unborn persons, and of the 
general power of creating life estates in land. 

(11) Conveyance of land by registration of title ; all interests in the property 
registered to lie recorded. 

(19) Further provision for the sale of encumbered settled property. 
Any person agreeing with the objects of the Association and subscribing 
annually to its funds is entitled to be a Member of the Association. 

ENGLISH LEAGUE FOR THE TAXATION OF LAND VALUES. 

37&-377 Strand, W.C^. 

President J. H. Whitlev, M.P. 

Chairman ' ... * Crompton Llewelyn Da vies, M.A. 

Treasurer Lewis H. Berens. 

Secretary Frederick Vebinder. 

The object of the League is to secure the Taxation of Land Values. 

Membership of the League is open to all who approve of its object and pay 
an Annual Subscription of One Shilung or more to its Funds. 

The Monthly raper of the League, Land Values (Icf., post free l^d), is 
published on the first of each month, and is posted to every member who pays 
an Annual Subscription of 2s. 6d. or more to the League Funds. 



SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 

(Besides the foregoing^ the foUoicing are selected as likely to he of use and interest 

to Liberals.) 

Aborigines Protection Sociei'y, Broadway Chambers, Westminster, S.W. 

Agriculture, Ceni'ral Chamber of. Broad Sanctuary Chambers, Tothill Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 
Allotments and Small Holdings Associaiton, 35 Moor Street, Birmingham. 
Anti-Slavery Society, 55 New Broad Street, London, E.G. 
Anti-Vaccination League, National, 50 Parliament Street, S.W. 
Balkan Committee, 10 Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 
Bimetallic League, 4 Great Geoi^e Street, London, S.W. 
BarnsH Empire League, 112 Cannon Street, E.C. 

Charity Organization Society, 15 Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. 
Church Committee for Church Defence and Church Instruchon, Church 

House, Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W. 
Co3iMERCE, Associated Chambers of. Parliament Mansions, S.W. 
Commons and Footpaths Preservation Society, 25 Victoria Street, S.W. 
Conservative Central Office, St. Stephen's Chambers, Bridge Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 
Devon Liberal Federation (E. C. Perry, Sec.), Castle House, Exeter. 
Early Closing Association, 21 New Bridge Street, London, E.C. 
Eastern Counties Liberal Federation (R. Winfrey, Chairman of Executive), 

Cumbergate, Peterborough. 
Education, Nationai. Society (Church Voluntary ScJioolsJf Broad Sanctuary, 

Westminster, S.W. 
Fabian Society, 3 and 4 Clement's Inn, W.C. 
Federal Union Commiitee, 32 Craven Street, Strand, W.C. 



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Free CnuRca CoinrctL, National, Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, E.G. 

Independent Labour Party, 10 Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 

International Arbitration League, 11 Lincoln^s Inn Fields, London, W.C. 

International Arbitration and Peace Association, 929 Strand, W.C. 

Labour Representation CoMsirrrEE, 3 and 4 Lincoln *s Inn Fields, W.C. 

Land Nationalisation Society, 439 Strand, London, W.C. 

Liberal Social Council, 99 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Liberal Unionist Association, 6 Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Liberation Society, 9 Serjeants* Inn, Fleet Street, London, E.C. 

Liberty and Property Defence League, 7 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

London Municipal Society, 11 Tothill Street, London, S.W. 

London Reform Union, Trafalgar BuUdings, Charing Cross, London, W.C. 

Marriage Law Reform Association, 9 Dcan*s Yard, Westminster, S.W. 

National Protestant League, 13 and 14 Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C. 

National Sunday League, The, 34 Red Lion Square, Loudon, W.C. 

National Trust (ior places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty), 95 Victoria 
Street, S.W^. 

National Union of Conservative Associahons, St. Stephen*s Chambers, 
Bridge Street, London, S.W. 

Navy League, 13 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Ninety-Five Club (F. Willett, Sec.), 49 Spring Gardens, Manchester. 

Ninety-Nine Club, 96 Basinghall Street, Leeds. 

Northern Liberal Federation, 99 Blackett Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

OnuM Trade, Society for the Suppression of the, 181 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C. 

Peace Society, 47 New Broad Street, London, E.C. 

Primrose League, 64 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Protestant Alliance, 430 Strand, W.C. 

Rural Labourers^ League, 95 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

Scottish Single Tax League, 13 Dundas Street, Glasgow. 

Social Democratic Federation, 3 Bolt Court, Fleet Street, London, E.C. 

Sunday Society, 7 Pall Mall, London, S W. 

Tariff Reform League, 7 Victoria Street, London, S.W. 

Teachers, National Union of, 67 and 71 Russell Square, London, W.C. 

Technical and Secondary Education, National Society for Promotion of, 
10 Queen Anne*s Gate, S.W. 

Temperance Society, The Church of England, 4 The Sanctuary, West- 
minster, S.W. 

Trades* Union Congress Parliamentary Committee, 47 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Unionist Free Food League, Members Mansions, 36 Victoria St., London, S.W. 

United Kingdom Alliance, 90 Tothill Street, London, S.W. 

WoiiEN^s Liberal Unionist Associaiion, 93 Old Queen St., Westminster, S.W. 

WoMEN*s Suffrage, Central Society, 95 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

WoMEN*8 Local Government Society, 17 and 18 Tothill St., Westminster, S.W. 

Working Men^s Lord*s Day Rest Association, 19 John Street, Bedford 
Row, London, W.C. 

Young Liberals, League of, 10 Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 

Young Scots Society (Hon. Sec., Wm. Wood), 18 Lome Street, Leith. 



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THE HOrSB OF LORDS.* 



L before the name indicates that the Peer la a Liberal. 

The number of Members of the House of Lords on November loth was 501—519 
Hereditary Peers of the United Kingdom, 4 Life Peers, 26 Archbishops and Bishops, 
16 Scottish Representative Peers, and 26 Irish Representative Peers (the full number of 
such Irish Peers is 28, but 2 have since election become Peers of the United Kingdom). 
Of the 519 Hereditary Peers, 13 are at present minors, the total voting strength of 
the House of Lords being thus 578. 

<S) and (I) before the title stand for Scottish and Irish. The peerage of the United 
Kingdom which entitles holder to sit in the House of Lords is indicated In italics after 
the title ; e.g.y the Scottish Earl of Aberdeen sits as Viscount Gk>rdon of the United 
Kingdom. 

The year after the name indicates the date of first Membership of the House of 
Lords. In the case of new peerages of the United Kingdom the year is given in Italics. 

The last Column gives the former constituencies of those Peers who have sat in the 
House of Gonmions. 



Abercorn, (S) Duke of 
(Marqueaa) 

Abbrgrombt, Lord 

Abbrdare, Lord ... 

Aberdeen, (S) Earl of {Visct, 
Gordon) 

Abbroavennt, Marquess of ... 

Abingdon, Earl of 

Abinger, Lord 

Acton, Lord 

Addington, Lord 

AIT.E8BURT, Marquess of 

AiLSA, Marquess of 

Albany, Duke of (Minor) 

Albemarle, Earl of 

Aldenham, Lord 

Alinoton, Lord 

Allbrton, Lord 

Alverstone, Lord 

Amherst, Earl 

Amherst, of Hackney, Lord ... 

Ampthill, Lord 

Ancastbr, Earl of 

Anglesey, Marquess of ... 

Annaly, Lord... • 

Annesley, Earl {Irish R, P.) ... 
Ardilaun, Ijord 



Family Name, 

1885 Hamilton 

18d2 Abercromby 

1805 Bruce 

1870 Gordon 

1868 NeviU 

1884 Bertie ... .. 

1003 Scarlett ... 
1002 Dalberg-Acton . 
1880 Hubbard 

1804 Brudenell-Bruce... 

1800 Kennedy 

1884 Prince of the Blood 

1804 Keppel 

1896 Gibbs 

1004 Sturt 

190S Jackson 

1900 Webster 

1880 Amherst 

189S Tyssen- Amherst ... 

1884 Russell 

1807 Heathoote-Drum- 

mond-Willoughby 

1808 Paget 

1888 White 

1879 Annesley 

1880 Guinness 



House of Commons 
Constituencies. 

Donegal Co., 1860-80 



Buckingham, 1874-1880; 
Bucks., N., 1886-9 



Birkenhead, 1802-4 
City of London, 1801-2 
Dorset, East, 1801-1004 
Leeds, 1880-5 ; Leeds, N., 

1885-1902 
Launoeston, 1885; Isle of 

Wight, 1885-1900 
Kent, W., 1850-68; Mid 

Kent, 186^ 
Norfolk, W., 1880^ ; Nor- 
folk, S.W., 1885-92 

Boston, 1852-6 ; Rutland, 
1856-67 



Cavan, 1857-74 
Dubtin, 1868-9 ; 1874-80 



' Revised up to November 15th, 1904. 



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19 



AsoTLL, Duko of 

ABM8TBONG, Lord 

L. Arran, (I) Earl of {L, Sudley) ... 
Arundell, of Wardour, Lord ... 
Ashbourne, Lord 

L. ASHBURNHAM, Earl of 

AsHBUBTON, Lord 

AsHOOMBE, Lord 

L. AsHTON, Lord 

Athlumneit, (I) Lord {L, Mere- 

dyth) 

Atholl, (S) Duke of {E. Strange) 

Auckland, Lord 

Ayebury, Lord 

Aylrspobd, Earl of ... 

Bagot, Lord 

Balfour of Burleigh, (S.) Lord 

{Scottish B. P.) 

Bani>on. (I) Earl of {Irish R, P.) 

Bangor, Bishop of 

Bangor, (I) Viscount {Irish 

R,P,) 

Barnard, Lord 

Barrinoton, (I) Viscount {L, 

ShuU) 

Barrymore, Lord 

Basing, Lord 

Bateman, Lord 

Bath, Marquess of 

Bath and Wells, Bishop of 

Bathurst, Earl 

L. Battbrsea, Lord 

u Beauchamp, Earl 

Beaufort, Duke of 

Bedford, Duke of 

Belhaven and Stenton, (S) 

Lord {Scottish B.P.) 

Belmore, (I) Earl of {Irish ItP,) 
Belper, Lord 

Berkeley, Earl of 

Berwick, Lord 

Bessborouoh, (I) Earl of {L. 

Ponsofiby) 

BiDDULPH, Lord 

Blythswood, Lord 



Family Name, 

1900 Campbell 

190S Watson-Armstrong 

1901 Gore 

1882 Arundell 

1885 Gibson 

1878 Ashburnham 

1889 Baring 

189S Cubitt 

1895 Williamson 

1873 Somerville 

1864 Stewart-Murray... 

1890 Eden 

1900 Lubbock ... 

1885 Finch 



House of Commons 
Constituencies. 
A rgryllshire, 1868-78 ; Man- 
chester, a, 189&-1900 



Dublin Univ.. 1875-85 



Surrey, West, 1880-85; 
Surrey, Epsom, 1885-92 
Lancaster, 1886-96 



Maidstone, 1870-80; Lon- 
don Univ., 1880-1900 



1887 Bagot 

1876 Bruce 

1881 Bernard ... 

1901 Williams ... 

1885 Ward 

1891 Vane 

1901 Barrington... 

1903 Smith-Barry 

1891 Sclater-Booth ... 
1901 Bateman-Hanbury 

1896 Thynne 

1899 Kennion ... 

1892 Bathurst ... 
1898 Flower 

1891 Lygon 

1890 Somerset ... 

1893 Russell ... 

1900 Hamilton ... 
1867 Lowry-Corry 

1880 Strutt 

1888 Berkeley ... 

1897 Noel-Hill ... 

1805 Ponsonby ... 

1903 Biddulph ... 

189S Campbell ... 



Cork Co. 1867-74 ; Hunts., 
South, 1886-1900 



Somerset, Frome, 1886-92 ; 
1895-6 



Brecknockshire, 1880-6 ; 
Beds., South, 1885-92 • 



Derbyshire, East, 1868-74 ; 
Berwick-on-Tweed, 1880 



Herefordshire, 1865-85; 

Hereford, Ross, 1885-1900 
Renfrewshire, 1873-4 ; 

Renfrewshire, West, 



BOLINOBROKE AND ST. JOHN, 

Viscount (JIfinor) 1899 St. John ... 

Bolton, Lord ;.. 1895 Orde-Powlett 

Boston, Lord 1877 Irby 



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20 THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 






Family Name, 


House qf. Commons 
Constituencies, 


BoYNB. (I) Viscount {L. Braiice- 








1872 


Hamilton-Russell 




L. Brabourne, Lord 


1893 


Knatchbull-Hu- 
gressen 


Rochester, 188ft-92 


Bradford, Earl of 


1898 


Bridgeman 


Shropshire, North,1867^85 


BRAMP'iX)N, Lord 


1899 


Hawkins 




L. Brasset, Lord 


1886 


Brassey 


Devonport, 1865; Hast- 
ings, 1868-86 


Braybrooke, Lord 


1904 


Neville 




Braye, Lord 


1879 


Vemey-Cave 




L. Breadalbane, Marquess of ... 


1873 


Campbell 




Bridport, Viscount 


1868 


Hood 




Bristot-^ Bishop of 


1903 


Browne 






1864 


Hervey 


Suffolk, West, 1859-64 


Brougham and Vaux, Lord ... 


1886 


Brougham 




Brownlow, Bar! 


1867 


Cust 


Shropshire, North, 1866-7 


Buccleuch, (S) Duke of {E. 




Montagu-Douglas- 


Midlothian, 185^-68; 


Donccuiter) 


1884 


Scott 


1874-80 


u Buckinghamshire, Earl of ... 


1885 


Hobart-Hampden- 
Meroer-Henderson 










L. BuRGHCLERE, Lord 


1895 


Gardner 


Essex, North, 1885-95 


BuRNHAM, Lord 


190$ 


Levy-Lawson 




Burton, Lord 


1886 


Bass 


Staflford, 1865-8 ; StaflTs.. 
East, 1868-85; Staffs.. 


Bute, Marquess of 


1900 


Crichton-Stuart ... 


Burton, 1885-6 


Byron, Lord 


1870 


Byron 




Cadogan, Earl 


1873 


Cadogan 


Bath, 1873 


Cairns, Earl 


1890 


Cairns 




Calthorpe, Loixl 


1893 


Gough • Calthorpe 




Camden, Marquess 


1872 


Pratt 




Camoys, Lord {Minar) 


1897 


Stonor 




Camperdown, Earl of 


1867 


Haldane - Duncan 




Canterbury, Archbishop of ... 


1895 


Davidson 




Canterbury, Viscount 


1877 


Manners-Sutton ... 




Carew, Lord 


1881 


Carew 




Carlisle, Earl of 


1889 


Howard 


Cumberland, E.. 187ft-80; 
1881-5 


Carnarvon, Earl of 


1890 


Herbert 


Carnwath, (S.) Earl of {Scottiah 








B.P.) 


1892 


Dalzell 




u Carrinoton, Earl 


1868 


Wynn- Carring^ton 


Wycombe, 18G5-8. 


Carysport, (I) Earl of {L. Cwi^s- 
fart) ... 


1872 


Proby 




Casti^mainb, (I) Lord {Irish 








JI.P,) 


1808 


Handcock 




Castletown, Lord 


1883 


Fitz Patrick 


Portarlington, 1880^ 


Cathoart, Earl 


1850 


Cathcart 




Cawdor, Earl 


1898 


Campbell 


Carmarthenshire, 1874-^ 


Chelmsford, Lord 


1878 


Thesiger 




Chbsham, Lord 


1882 


Cavendish 




Chester, Bishop of 


1891 


Jayne 




u Chesterfield, Earl of 


1887 


Scudamore-Stanhope | 


Cheylbsmore, Lord 


1902 


Eaton 




Chichester, Bishop of 


1884 


WUberforce 




Chichester, Earl of 


1902 


Pelham 




Cholmondeley, Marquess of ... 


1884 


Cholmondeley ... 




Churchill, Viscount 


1886 


Spencer 





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vus 


'E OF LORDS. 


21 




Family Name, 


House of Commons 
Constituencies. 


Churston, Lord 


1871 


Yarde-Buller ... 




Clangarty, (I) Earl of {V, 








Clancarty) 


1891 


Le Poer Trench ... 




CiJLNRiCARDE, (I) Marquess of 








{L,8omerhUl) 


1874 


de Burgh-Canning 


Galway Co. 1867-71 


Olanwilliam, (I) Earl of {L. 








Clanwilliam) 


1879 


Meade 


• 


Clarendon, Earl of 


1870 


Villiers 


Brecknockshire, 1809-70 


L. Clifden, (I) Viscount (L. Mendip) 1882 


Agar-Robartes ... 


Cornwall, East, 1880-2 


Clifford of Chudleioh, Lord 


1880 


Clifford 




Clinton, Lord 


1866 


Hepburn - Stuart - 
Forbes-Trefusis 








Devon, North, 1857-66 


Clonbrogk,(D Lord (IrifthJtP.) 


1895 


Dillon 




Cloncurry, Lord 


1869 


Ijawless 




CoBHAM, Viscount 


1876 


Lyttclton 


Worce8ter8hire,E.,1868-74 


Colchester, Lord 


1867 


Abbot 




L. Coleridge, Lord 


189i 


Coleridge 


Sheffield, Attercliffe 

1885-94 


CoLviLiJB OF Culross, Viscount 


1903 


ColviUe 




COMBBRMERE, Viscount {Minor) 


1896 


Stapleton - Cotton 




Conolbton, Lord 


1896 


Pamell 




Connauoht and Strathearn, 








Duke of, H.R.H 


JS7U 


PHnce of the Blood 


Conynoham) (I) Marquess of 








iL. Minster) 


1897 


Conyngham 




j« Cork and Orrery, (I) Earl of 








{L. Boyle) 


1901 


Boyle 




COTTENHAM, Earl of 


1881 


Pepys 






1890 


Fremantle 


Bucks., 1876-85 


COURTOWN, (I) Earl of (X. Baiters- 








ford) 


1858 


Stopford 




Coventry, Earl of 


1843 


Coventry 




Cowley, Earl 


1895 


Wellesley 




CowPER, Earl 


1856 


Cowper 




Cranbrook, Earl of 


1878 


Qathorne-Hardy... 


Leominster, 1856-65; 
Oxford Univ., 1865-78 


Cranworth, Lord 


1902 


Ourdon 




Craven, Earl of 


1883 


Craven 




Crawford, (S) Earl of {L. 








Wigan) 


1880 


Lindsay 


Wigan, 1874-80 


Crawshaw, Lord 


189g 


Brooks 




u Crewe, Earl of 


1885 


Crewe-Milnos ... 




Crofton. (I) Lord {Irish R.P.) 


1873 


Crofton 




Cromer, Earl of 


1898 


Baring 




Cross, Viscount 


1886 


Cross 


Preston, 1867-62 ; Lanes., 
S.W., 1868-85: Lanes., 
Newton, 1885-6 


Cumberland and Teviotdale, 








Dukeof,H.R.H 


1878 


Prfnce of the Blood 


CuRRlE, Lord 


1899 


C\irrie 




Dalhousie, (S) Earl of {L. Ram- 








say) 


1887 


Ramsay 




Dartmouth, Earl of 


1801 


Legge 


Kent, West, 1878-1885; 
Lewisham, 1885-91 


Dartrey, Earl of 


1897 


Dawson 


Monaghan, 1885-8 


L. Davey, Lord {Life Peer) 


189U 


Davey 


ChriBtchurch.1880^; 
StocktonH)n-Tee8, 1888-92 


I 






De Clifford, Lord {Minor) 


1894 


Russell 




1 De Freyne, Lord 


1868 


French 





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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



Db La Warr. Earl 

De LlSTJS AND Dudley, Lord ... 

Dk Mauley, Lord 

De Montalt, Earl {also Irish 

R.P.) 

De Ramsey, Lord « 

DeRos, Lord 

De Saumarez, Lord 

Delamere, Lord 

Denbigh, Earl of 

, Denman, Lord 

Deramore, Lord 

Derby, Earl of 



Derwsnt, Lord 

Devon, Earl of 
Devonshire, Duke of 



DiOBY, Lord 

Donegall. (I) Marquess of {L, 

Fishenmck) {Minor) 
DoNOUGHMORE, (I) Earl of {V, 

Hutchinson) 

Dormer, Lord 

DpWNE,(I) Viscount {L, Dawnay) 
DowNSHiRE, (I) Marquess of (E, 

of Hillsborough) 

Drogheda, (I) Earl of {Irish 

ILP.) 

DuciE, Earlof 

Dudley, Marquess of 





Family Name, 


House of Commons 
Constituencies, 


1896 


SackviUe 




1896 


Sidney 




1896 


Ponsonby 




1882 


Maude 




1887 


Fellowes 


Hunts., 1880.5 ; Hunts. N., 
1885-7 


1874 


Fitz8:erald-de-Ro6 




1891 


Saumarez 




1887 


Cholmondeley ... 




1892 


Feilding 




1894 






1893 


de Yarburgh-Bateson 


1886 


Stanley 


Preston, 1865-8 ; Lanes., N., 
1868-85; Lanes., Black- 
pool, 1885^ 


1881 


Vanden - Bempde- 
Johnstone 


Scarborough, 186&-W 


1904 


Courtenay 




1891 


Cavendish 


Lanc8.,N., 1857-^ ; Radnor 



1889 Digby 

1903 Chichester... 



Dist., 188»^; Lanes., 
N. E., 1880-5; Lanes., 
Rossendale, 1885-01 
Dorsetshire, 1876-85 



1900 
1900 
1857 



Hely- Hutchinson 

Dormer 

Dawnay 



1874 Hill 

1899 Moore 

1853 Reynolds-Moreton Stroud, 1852-3 

1885 Ward 



Dufferin and Ava, Marquess of 


1902 


Hamilton-Temple- 
Black wood 




DUNALLEY, (I) Lord {Irish R,P,) 


1891 


Prittie 




Dunboyne, Lord {Irish R.P,) ... 


1901 


Butter 




DUNDONALD, (S)Earl of {ScoUish 








R.P,) 


1886 


Cochrane 




DUNT.EATH, Lord 


1895 


Mulholland 


Londonderry, N.,1885-95 


DuNMORE, (S) Earl of {L. Dun- 








more) 


1845 


Murray 




DUNRAVEN AND MoUNT EARL, 








Q) Earl of {L, Kenry) 


1871 


Wyndham-Quin ... 




Durham, Bishop of 


1901 


Moule 




l. Durham, Earl of 


1879 


Tjambton 




DYNBVORjLord 


1878 


Rice 




Ebury, Lord 


1893 


Orosvenor 


Westminster, 1865-74 


Effingham, Earl of 


1886 


Howard 




Egeki\>n of Tatton, Earl 


1883 


Egerton 


Cheshire. North, 185ft^, 
Cheshire, Mid, 1888-83 


EoLiNTON AND Winton, (S) Earl 








ot{KofWinton) 


1892 


Montgomerie ... 




Egmont. (I) Earl of {Li Lovel 








and Holland) 


1897 


Perceval 





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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



2S 



Eldon, Earl of 

L. Bloin and Kincardine, <S) 

^aj\ of {L, Elgin) 

Bllbnborouoh, Lord 

BLi.j»Mii:RE, Earl of 

Blphinstonb, Lord 

Ely, Bishop of 

Ely, <I) Marquess of (L. Lo/tus) 

Bmly, Lord 

Enniskillen, (I) Earl of (L, 

Orinstead) 

Ebne, (I) Earl of (£. Fermanagh) 

Erroli^ (S) Earl of (L, Kilmar- 
nock) 

Erskine, Lord 

EsHBB, Visoonnt 

Essex, Earl of 

EsTCOURT, Lord 

Exeter, Marquess of 

ExMOUTH, Viscount {Minor) . . . 



Falkland, Visct {Scottish R,P.) 

Falmouth, Viscount 

Farquhar, Lord 

L. Farrer, Lord 

FiRRRBRS, Earl 

Fbversham, Earl of 

FiEM>, ]/>rd 

Fife, Duke of 

FiNOALL, (I) Earl of (L. Fingall) 
FrrzH^KDiNOE, Lord . 

Fn7wnjX4M, Earl 

FpuBY, Lord 

FoRBBSf Lord {Scottish R.P.) ... 

FoRBSTBR, Lord 

FoRTESCUE, Earl 



Qagb, (I) Viscount {L. Ga^e) ... 

Gainsborough, Earl of 

Galloway, (S) Earl of {L, 

Stewart ofOarlies) 

Galway, (I) Viscount {In 

Monckton) 

Gardner, Lord 

Gerard, Lord 

GiFPOiq>, Lord 

Glanusk, Lord 

Glaboow, (S) Efyrl of {L, Fairlie) 

Glbnbsk, Lord 

Gloucester, Bishop of 





Family Namje., 


House of Commons 
Constitiiencies. 


1854 


Scott 




1863 


Bruce 




1902 


Law 




1882 


Egerton 




1883 


Elphinstone 




1890 


Compton 




1889 


Loftns 




1894 


Monsell 




1886 


Cole 


Enniskillen, 1880^ 


1885 


Crlchton 


Enniskillen,186fr^; Fer- 
managh, 1880-0 


1891 


Hay 




1882 


Erskine 




1899 


Brett.. 


Penryn, 1880-5 


1892 


Capell 




190S 


Sotheran-Estcourt 


Wilts., North, 1874-85 


1896 


Cecil 




1899 


Pellew 




1894 


Cary 




1899 


BoAcawen 




1898 


Farquhar 


Marylebone, W., 1805-« 


1899 


Farrer 




1850 


Shirley 




1867 


Duncombe 


Retford, East, 1852-57; 
Yorkshire, N. Riding, 
1859-67 


1890 


Field 




1879 


Duff 


Elgin and Nairn, 1874-9 


1881 


Plunkett 




1896 


Fitzhardinge- 






Borkeley 


Gloucester, 1862-5 


1902 


Wentworth-Flta- 






. William 


WaVefleld, 1895-1902 


1869 


Foley 




1874 


Forbes 




1894 


Weld-Forester ... 


Wenlock, 1874-85 


1859 


Fortescue 


Plymouth, 1841-52; 
Marylebone, 1854-9 


1877 


Gage 




1881 


Noel 





1901 Stewart 

1887 Monckton-Amndell Notte., North, 1872-85 
Succession contested 

1902 Gerard 

1872 Gifford 

1899 Bailey Herefordshire, 1865-85; 

Hereford, 188&-92 

1897 Boyle 

1896 Borthwick Kensington, S., I885-«5 

1864 EUicott 



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24 THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 






iran^Uymrne. ^SS^;^^r 


OORMANSTON, (I) Viscount (X. 






CHnnnanaton) 


1876 


Preston 


GoscHEN, YiRcount 


1900 


GoBchen City of London, 1863-80; 

Rlpon, 1880-5; Bdinb., 










E., 188^-6; St George's, 
Hanover Sq., 1887 1900 


GOSFORD, (I) Earl of (X. Worling- 






ham) 


1864 


Acheson 


OouoH, Viscount 


1885 


GouKh 


Qrafton, Duke of 


1882 


Fitzroy 


L. Qranabd, (I) Earl of (L. Qran- 






ard 


1889 


Forbes 


Qranby, Marquess of ( L, Marv- 
nera cf Hddaon) 


1896 


Manners Leicestershire, Melton, 


Qrantlet, Lord 


1877 


Norton 


L. Granville, Earl 


1891 


Leveson-Gower ... 



Grenfell, Lord 
L. Grbville, Lord 

Grey, Earl 

Grey db Ruthyn, Lord 
Grimthorpe, Lord ... 
Guilford, Earl of ... 
Gwydyr, Lord 



190$ Grenfell 

1^ GreviUe 

1894 Grey... 

1887 Clifton 

1886 Beckett 

1885 North 

1870 Burrell 



Westmeath. 1865-74 
Northumberland, S.,1880- 
85; Tyneside, 1885-6 



Haddington, Earl of {Scottish 1874 Baillie - Hamilton - 

B.P.) Arden 

Haldon, Lord 1883 Palk 

HaUburton, Lord 1898 Haliburton 

HAI.IFAX, Viscount 1885 Wood 

Halsbury, Earl of 188S Giffard 

Hamilton, (S) Duke of (2>. of 

Brandon) 1895 Douglas-Hamilton 

L. Hamilton OF Dalzbli^, Lord ... 1900 Hamilton 

L. Hampden, Viscount 1892 Brand 



Habcpton, Lord 
Hardinoe, Viscount 
Habdwioke, Earl of 
Hare WOOD, Earl of... 
Harlech, Lord 

Harrington, Earl of 

Harris, Lord 

Harrows Y, Earl of... 
Hastings, Lord 
Hatherton, Lord ... 

Hawks, Lord 

L. Hawkbsbury, Lord 



1893 Pakington... 

1894 Hardinge ... 
1897 Yorke 

1892 Lascelles ... 
1904 Ormsby-Gore 

1881 Stanhope ... 

1872 Harris 

1900 Ryder 

1904 Astley 

1888 Littleton ... 

1887 Hawke 

1893 Foljambe ... 



Launceston, 1877-85 



Herts., 1868-74; Stroud, 
1874 and 1880-5; Gloe., 
Stroud, 1885-6 



Headford, (I) Marquess of {L. 

Kenlia) 1894 Taylour 

HEADLEY,(I)Lord(/rfe;iiJ.P.).. 1883 Allanson-Winn .. 

Heneage, Lord 1896 Heneage 

Henley, (I) Lord (X. NorthingUm) 1898 Henley 

Henniker, (I) Lord {L, Hartis- 

mere) 1902 Henniker-Major.. 



Shropshire, Oswestry, 
1901-4 



Gravesend, 1896-1900 



Nott8„^N., 1880-5; Notts., 
Mansfield, 1885-92 



Lincoln, 1865-8; Grimsby, 
1880-92 and 1893-5 



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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



25 



Hereford, Bishop of 

Hersford, Viscount 

Herriss, Lord 

L. Herschell, Lord 

Hertford, Marquess of 

• 

Heytesbury, Lord 

Hiix, Viscount 

Hilljnodon, Lord 

HiNDLiP, Lord 

u HoBHOUSE, Lord 

HolmPatrick, Lord (Minor) ... 

Home, (S) Earl of (L, Douglaa) ... 

HooD, Viscount 

HoTHFiEU), Lord 

Howard of Olobsop, Lord 

Howard de Walden, Lord ... 

Howe, Earl 

HowTH, (I) Earl of (X. Howth) ... 

HxTNTiNODON, Earl of 

HuNTLT, (S) Marquess of (L, 

Meldrum) 

Hylton, Lord 



iDDESiaEiGH, Earl of . 

IixJHESTER, Earl of 

INCHIQUIN, Lord Uriah R.P.) 

Inverclyde, Lord 

IVEAOH, Lord 



' James of Hereford, Lord 
Jersey, Earl of 



Kelvin, Lord 

Kenmare, (I) Earl of (X. Ken- 
mare) „ 

Kensinqton, Lord 

Kenyon, Lord 

Kestevbn, Lord 

K1L.LANIN, Lord 

KiLMAiNE, Lord {Irish ILP,) ... 

KiLMOREY, Earl of {Irish ILP,) 
. KiMBERLEY, Earl of 

KiNNAiRD, Lord 

SIiNNEAR, Lord 

KiNNOULL, (S) Earl of (L. Hay)... 
. Kinross, Lord 

KiNTORB, (S) Earl of {L, KifUore) 
Kitchener of Khartoum, 

Viscount 

KNOLLYS,Lord 

Knutsford, Viscount 



Family Name. 


House of Commons 
Constituencies. 


1900 Percival 




1855 Devereux 




I88U Constable-Maxwell 


1899 Herschell 




1884 Seymour 


Antrim, 188ft-74: War- 
wickshire, S., 1874-80 


1903 Holmo8-<i.Court ... 




1895 aegff-Hill 




1898 Mills 


Kent, Sevenoaks, 188S-92 


1897 Allsopp 




1885 Hobhouse 




1898 Hamilton 




1881 Douglas-Hoipe ... 




1846 Hood 




1881 Tufton 




1883 Fitzalan-Howard 




1899 Ellis 




1900 Curzon-Howe ,.. 


Bucks., Wycombe, 188^ 




1900 


1881 St. Lawrence ... 


Galway, 1868-74 


1885 Hastings 




1863 Gordon 




1899 JoUiffe 


Somerset, Wells, 1895-9 


1887 Northcote 




1865 Fox-Strangways... 




1900 O'Brien 




1901 Bums 




1891 Guinness 




1895 James 


Taunton, ld69-85; Bury, 




1885-d5 


1859 ViUiers 




1892 Thomson 




1871 Browne 


Kerry, 1852-71 


1900 Sdwardes 




1869 Kenyon ... ... 




1874 TroUope 




1901 Morris 


Galway, 1900-1 


1890 Browne 




1882 Needham 


Newry, 1871-4 


1902 Wodehouse 




1887 Kinnaird 




1897 Kinnear 




18W Hay 




1902 Balfour 


Clackmannan and Kin- 




ross, 1880-99 


1880 Keith-Falconer ... 








1902 KnoUys 




1888 Holland 


Midhurst, 1874^86 ; Hamp- 



stead, 1885-8 



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26 THE HOUSE OF LORDS 








Family Name, 


Ho^ise of Commons 


Laminoton, Lord 


1890 


Cochrane-BaiUie 


St Pancras, N., 1888-90 


Lanesborouoh, Karl of [Frish 








AP.) 


1870 


Butler 




Langford, Lord {Friah KP,) ... 


1881 


Rowley 




Lansdowne, Marquess of 


180S 


Fitzmaurice 




Lathom, Karl of ..." 


1896 


BooUe-Wilbraham 




Lauderdat.r, Earl of {ScotHah 






• 


R,P.) 


1889 


Maittand 




Lawrence, Lord 


1879 


Lawrence 




Leoonfield, Lord 


1901 


Wyndham 




Leeds, Duke of 


1895 


Osborne 


Brixton, 1887-95 


Leicester, Earl of 


1842 


Coke 




L. Leigh, Lord 


1850 


Leigh 




Leinster, m Duke of {V, 
Leinster) {Minor) 








1893 


Fitz-Gerald 




Leitrim, (I) Earl of {L. Clements) 


1892 


Clements 




Leven and Melville, Earl of 








{Scottish JtP.) 


1892 


LesUe-Melville ... 




Lichfield, Bishop of 


1896 


LegBe 




Lichfield, Earl of 


1892 


Anson 




LiLFORD, Lord 


1896 


Powys 




Limerick, (I) Earl of (L. Fbaford) 


1896 


Pery 




Lincoln, Bishop of 


1889 


Kinj? 




LiNDLEY, Lord {Life Peer) 


1900 


Lindley 




LiNDSEY, Earl of 


1899 


Bertie 




LiNOEN, Lord 


1885 


Lingen 




Linlithgow, Marquess of 


1873 


Hope 




Lister, Lord 


1S97 


Lister 




LiSTOWEL, (I) Earl of {L. Hare)... 


1869 


Hare 




TjLandaff, Bishop of 


1885 


Lewis 




Llandaff, Viscount 


1895 


Matthews 


Dungarvan, 1868-74 ; Bir- 
mingham, E., 188^-1885 


Llangattock, Lord 


1898 


Rolls 


Monmouthshire, 1880-5 


Locn, Lord 


1900 


Loch 




LONDESBOROUOH, Earl of 


1900 


Denison 




London, Bishop of 


1901 


Winnington-Ingram | 


Londonderry, <I) Marquess of 








{K Vane) 


1881 


Vane-Tempest- 








Stewart 


Down, 187&-84 


Longford, (I) Earl of {L. Sit- 








cheater) 


1887 


Pakenham 




Lonsdale, Earl of 


1882 


Lowther 




Lothian, (S) Marquess of {L. Ker) 


1900 


Kerr 




Loudoun (S) Earl of {L.BotreatuK) 


1874 


Abney-Hastings ... 




LovAT, Lord 


1887 


Fraser 




L. Lovelace, Earl of 


1862 


Milbanke 




LuoAN, Earl of {Irish R.P.) 


1889 


Bingham 


Mayo, 18ffi^74 


Ludlow, Lord 


1890 


Lopes 




LuRGANyLord 


1882 


Brownlow 




Lytton, Earl of 


1891 


Lytton 




1m Lyveden, Lord 


1900 


Vernon 




Macclesfield, Earl of {Minor) 


1896 


Parker 


/ 


Macnaghten, Lord {Life Peer) 


1887 


Macnaghten 


Antrim, 1880^; An- * 
trim. North, 1885-7 








Magheramorne, Lord 


1903 


M'Garel-Hogg ... 




Malmbsbury, Earl of 


1899 


Harris 




Manchester, Duke of 


1892 


Montagu 





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27 






Family Name. 


House of Communis 
Constituencies. 


Manners, Lord 


1864 


Manners 




Manspibld. Earl of 


1896 


Murray 




Manvers, Earl 


1900 


Pierrepont 


Notts., Newark. 1885- 
189^-1900 


Mar, Earl of (ScoUish R,P,) ... 


1886 


Goodeve-Erskine 


Mar and ICellie. Earl of {Scot- 








tish R.P,) 


1892 


Erskine 




Marlborough, Duke of 


1892 


Spencer-Chui-chill 




Masham, Lord 


1891 


Cunliife-Listcr ... 




Masserebne, (I) Yiscount {L. 








Oriel) ... ... 


1863 


SkeffluKton 




Massy, Lord {Irish R,P.) 


1876 


Massy 




Mayo, Earl of {Irish R.P.) 


1890 


Bourke 




Meath, (I) Earl of (L. Chatrorth) 


1887 


Bi-abazon 




Melvit.t.r, Viscount 


1904 


Dundas 




Methuen, Lord 


1891 


Methuen 




MiDDLETON, Lord 


1877 


WiUoughby 




MiDLETON, (I) Viscount {L, Brodr 








rick) 


1870 


Brodrick 


Surrey, Mid., 1868-70 


MiLNER, Viscount 


1901 


Milner 




MiNTO, Earl of 


1891 


ElUot 




MONCK, (I) Viscount {L, Monck) 


1891 


Monck 




MoNCREiFP, Lord 


1895 


Moncreiff 




Monk Brbtton, Lord 


1897 


Dodson 




L. MoNKSWEf J^ Lord 


1886 


Corner 




MoNSON, Lord 


1900 


Monson 




Montagu of Beaulieu, Lord ... 


1885 


Dougrlas-Scott- 


Selkirkshire, 1861-8; 
Hampshire, S., 1868^ 






Montagru 


Monteaole of Brandon, Lord 


1866 


Spring-Rico 




Montrose, (8) Duke of {K 








Graham 


1874 


Graham 




Moray, (S) Earl of {L, Stuart of 
Castle-Stuart) 








1901 


Stuart-Gray 




Morley, Earl of 


1864 


Parker 




Morton, Earl of (ScoUish R.P.) 


1886 


Douglas 




MosTYN, Lord 


1884 


Lloyd-Mostyn ... 




Mount-Edgcumbe, Earl of 


1861 


Edgcumbe 


Plymouth, 18d9-61 


Mount-Stephen, Lord 


1891 


Stephen 




Mowbray, Lord 


1893 


Stourton 




MuNCASTER, Lord 


1898 


Pennington 


Cumberland, West, 1872- 
80; Cumberland, Egre- 
mont, 1885-92 


MuNSTER, Earl of 


1902 


Fitz-Clarence ... 




MuSKERRY, Lord {Irish R,P,) ... 


1892 


Fitzmaurice-Dcane 
Morgan 


- 


Napier and Ettrick, (S) Lord 








{L. EUrick) 


1896 


Napier 




Napier of Magdala, Lord 


1890 


Napier 




Nelson, Earl 


1835 


Nelson 




Newcastle, Duke of 


1879 


Pelham-Clinton ... 




Newlands, Lord 


1898 


Hozler 




Newton, Lord 


1898 


Legh 


Lancashire, Newton, 
1886-98 


Norfolk, Duke of 


1860 


Fitzalan-Howard 




NoRMANBY, Marquess of 


1800 


Phipps 




Normanton, (I) Earl of {L. 








Somertmh) 


1896 


Agar 




North, Lord 


1884 


North 





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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



u Northampton, Marquess of 

L. NORTHBOURNK, Lord 

NoRTHBROOK, Earl of 



Family Name, 
1807 Ck>iiipton ... 

1893 James 

lOM Baring ... . 



NoRTHCOTB, Lord 1900 Northoote 

iJoBTHSssK^EsrlotiScotHshlLP.) 1900 Carnegie 
Northumberland, Duke of ... 1887 Percy 



Norton, Lord 

Norwich, Bishop of 

O'Brien, Lord 

L. O'Hagan, Lord 

O'Neill, Lord 

Onslow, Earl of 

Oranmorb and Browne, Lord 
{Irish ILP.) 

Orford, Earl of 

Ormathwaite> Lord 

Ormonde, (I) Marquess of {L. 

Ormonde) 

L. OvERTOUN, Lord 

Peel, Viscount 

Pembroke and Montgomery, 

Earl of 
Penrhtn, Lord 

Peterborough, Bishop of ... 1901 

PETRE,Lord 1893 

Platpair, Lord 1898 

Plunket, Lord 1897 

POLTIMORE, Lord 1858 

Portland, Duke of 1879 

PORTMAN, Viscount 1888 



1878 Adderley 

1897 Sheepshanks 

1900 O'Brien 

1900 O'Hagan 

1883 O'Neill 

1870 Onslow 

1902 Browne-Outhrie... 

1894 Walpole 

1881 Walsh 

1854 Butler 

1893 White 

1896 Peel 

1805 Herbert 

1886 Douglas-Pennant 



House of Commons 
Constituencies. 
Warwick8hlre,Stratford 
on-ATon,1885-6: Tories., 
Bamsley, 188»-97 
Gateshead, 1874-83 
Winchester. 1880^ ; 
Beds., N., ia96-92 
Exeter, 1880-99 

Northumberland, N., 

1868^ 
Staffordshire, N., 1841-78 



Antrim, 186»^ 



Leominster, 1865-8; Rad- 
norshire, 1868-80 



Warwick, 1865-85: War- 
wick and Leamington, 
1885-85 

Wilton, 1877-85 ; Croydon, 
1886-85 

Carnarvonshire, 1866-8 
and 1874-80 



Carr-Gljm 

Petre 

■Playfair , 

Plunket 

Bampfylde 

Cavendish-Bentinck 
Berkeley-Portman Qhaftesbury, 
' • • J. 18 
Wallop 



;Dor- 



1890 Poulett 

1865 Wingfleld , 

1891 Herbert 



l. Portsmouth, Earl of 1891 

Poulett, Earl 

PowERSOOURT, (I) Visoount (L, 

Powerscourt), {also Irish ILP,) 

Powis, Earlof 

Radnor, Earl of 1900 Bouverio 

Raglan, Lord 1884 Somerset 

Ranfurly, (I) Ead of {L. Ran- _ _ 

fuHy) 1875 Knox 

Rathdonnelt^ Lord (/ri«*itP.) 1889 Bunbury 

Rathmore, Lord 1895 Plunket 

Ravensworth, Earl of 1903 Liddell 

Ratleigh, Lord 1873 Strutt 

L. Reay, Lord 1881 Mackay 

Redesdale, Lord 190S Freeman -Mitford 



,.1852-7 

setshire, i857-85 
Barnstaple, 1880-5; 
Devonshire, S. Molton, 

1885-81 



WUts., Wilton, 1892-1900 



DubUn University. 1870-95 



Warwickshire, S.W., 
1892^ 



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L. R]fiNDEL,Lord 

REYBrjBTOKE, Lord 

I^ RiBBLESDALE, Lord 

RiOHMOND, Duke of 

RiDi^T, Viscount ... 

RiPON, Bishop of 

L. RiPON, Marquess of 

Roberts, Earl 

RoBEBTSON, Lord {Life Peer) ... 

Rochester, Bishop of 

Rodney, Lord 

RoLLO, (S) Lord {L, Dunning) ... 

RoMiLLT, Lord 

RoMNEY, Earl of 

L. RosEBEBY (S) Earl of {L Hose- 

bery) 

RosMEAD, Lord 

RossE, Earl of {Iriah AP.) 

RossiiYN, Earl of 

RossMORE, Lord 

Rothschild, Lord 

RoxBUROHE, (S) Duke of {K 

Innea) 

L. Russell, I2arl 

Rutland, Duke of 

Sackville, Lord 

St. Albans, Bishop of 

St. Albans, Duke of 

St. Asaph, Bishop of 

St. Davids, Bishop of 

St. Germans, Earl of 

St. John of Bletsoe, Lord 

St. Leonards, Lord 

St. Levan, Lord 

St. Oswald, Lord 

St. Vincent, Viscount 

Salisbury, Bishop of 

Salisbury, Marquess of 

Saltoun, Lord {Scottish HP.) ... 
L. Sandhurst, Lord 

Sandwich, Earl of 

Sandys, Lord 

Savile, Lord 

L. Saye and Sele, Lord 

Scarbrouoh, Earl of 

SCARSDAI.E, Lord 

Sbafield, (S) Earl of {L, Strath 
spey) 



JPhmily Name. 

mu Rendel 

1897 Baring 

1876 Lister 

1903 Oordon-Lennox .. 

1900 Ridley 

1888 Boyd Carpenter . 

1850 Robinson 

1899 Roberts ... 

1899 Robertson 

1900 Talbot 

1884 Rodney 

185a RoUo 

1891 Romilly 

1874 Marsham ... 



1868 Primrose 

1897 Robinson 

1887 Parsons ... . ... 

1890 St. Olalr-Erskine 

1874 Westenra 

1885 Rothschild 

1892 Innes-Ker ... 
1878 Russell 

1888 Manners ... 

1888 Sackville-West 

1901 Jacob 

1893 Beauclerk ... 

1891 Edwards ... 
1903 Owen 

1881 EUot 

1887 St John ... 

1875 Sugden 

1887 St-Aubyn 



House of Ckunmons 

CUmatUueneiea. 

Montgomeryshire, 1880- 



Sussex, W., 1809-85 ; Sus- 
sex, Chichester, 1885>8 

Northumberland, N., 
1868^85; Lancashire, 
Blackpool, 188(^1900 

Hull, 1852-3; Hudders- 
field. 185a-7 ; Yorka., W. 
Riding, 1857-9 

Buteshire, 1885-91 



Aylesbury, 1865-85 



r Newark 1841-7 : Colches- 

' I ter, 1850-7 : Leicester- 

Y shire,N.,1857-85;Leices- 

l^ tershire, Melton, 1885-8 



1893 Winn 

1885 Jervis 

1890 Wordsworth 

1903 Cecil 

1800 Eraser 

1876 Mansfield 

1884 Montagu 

1863 Sandys 

1898 Lumley-Savile ... 

1887 Twisleton-Wyke- 

ham-Fiennes ... 

1884 Lumley 

1856 CursEon 

1888 Ogilvie-Grant ... 



ComwaU. West, 1858-85; 
Cornwall, St. Ives, 1885-7 
Pontefract, 1885-83 



Lanes., Darwen, 1885-92 ; 
Rochester, 1893-1903 



Huntingdon, 1876-84 



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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



Sbaton, Lord 

Sefton, (I) Earl of {L, Sefton) ... 
Sblbornx, Earl of 

Shaftbsburt, Earl of 

Shannon, (I) Earl of (L. Carleton) 
Sheffibld, (I) Earl of {L, SW- 

field) 

Shbrbornb, Lord 

Shrew^sburt and Talbot, Earl 

of 

u Shuttlbworth, Lord 

SiDMOUTH, Viscount 

Sinclair, Lord {Scottish R,P.) ... 

Suoo, (I) Marquis of (L. Mont- 
eagle) 

SoMERa, Lord {Mitior) 

Somerset, Duke of 

Sondes, Earl 

Southampton, Lord 

SouTHESK, (S) Earl of {L, BcUin- 

hard) 7. 

u Spencer, Earl 

Stafford, Lord 

Stair, (S) Earl of {L. Oxen/oord) 

Stalbridgb, Lord 

Stamford, Earl of 

Stanhope, Earl 



L. Stanley of Alderlst, Lord ... 

Stanmore, Lord 

Stradbroke, Earl of 

Strafford, Earl of 

Strathoona and Mount Royal, 

Lord 1S97 

Stratheden and Campbell, 

Lord 1883 

Strathmore and Kinohorn, 

(S) Earl of {L, Boioes) 1S70 

SUDELEY, Lord 1877 

SUFFIELD, Lord 1803 

Suffolk and Berkshire, Earl of 1393 
Sutherland, Duke of 189i 

Swansea, Lord 1894 

Talbot de Malahidb, Lord ... 

Tankerville, Earl of 

L. Temple of Stowe, Earl 

Templemorb, Lord 

Templetown, Viscount {Irish 
R,P.) 

Tennyson, Lord 

Tenterden, Lord 

Teynham, Lord 

L. Thrino, Lord 

Thurlow, Lord 



Family Name, 

1888 Oolborne 

1901 Molyneux 

1895 Palmer 

1888 Ashley-Cooper ... 
1890 Boyle 


aouse or uommans 
Constituencies, 

Hant^., Petersfield, 1885- 
92;Edinburgh,W.,1892-d 


1878 Holroyd 

1883 Dutton 


Sussex, East, 1857-65 


1877 Talbot 

im Kay-Shuttleworth 

186U Addlngton 

1885 St Clair 


Hastings, 1869-80; Lanes., 

CUtheroe, 1885-1902 
Devizes, 1883-4 


1903 Browne 

1899 Cocks 

1894 St.Maur 

1894 MUles 

1872 Fiteroy 




1819 Carnegie 

1857 Spencer Northants., S., 1857 

1892 Stafford-Jerninfirham 

1864 Dalrymple Wigrtownshire, 1841-56 

1886 Grosvenor Flintshire, 1861-88 

1890 Grey 

1875 Stanhope Leominster,1863 ; Suffolk, 


1903 Stanley 

189S Gordon 

1883 Rous 

1899 Byng 


Oldham, 1880-5 
Beverley, 1854-7 



Smith 

Campbell 

Bowes-Lyon 
Hanbury-Tracy .. 

Harbord 

Howard 

Sutherland-Leve- 

son-Gower 
Vivian 



Montgomery, 1863-77 



Sutherland, 1874-86 



TOLLEMACHE, Lord ... 



1883 Talbot 

1899 Bennet 

1902 Temple-Gore-Langton 

1837 Chichester 

1894 Upton 

1892 Tennyson 

1832 Abbott 

1892 Boper-Curzon ... 

1886 Thring 

1874 Cummlng-Bruce... 



... 1890 ToUemache 



... Cheshire, W., 1872-So 



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ToRPHicHBN, (S) Lord {Scottish 
R.P.) 

TORRINOTON, Visoount {Minor) 
L. TowNSHBND, Marquess 

Tredegar, Lord 

Trevor, Lord 

Truro, Bishop of 

TwEBDDAT^, (S) Marquess of {L, 
Ttoeeddafe) 
u TwssDMOUTH, Lord 



ISM 
18% 
1898 
1875 
ISM 
1806 
1881 



Family Name. 

Sandilands... 

Bynfir 

Townshend 

Morgan 

Hill-Trevor 

Oott 

Hay 



18M Maijoribanks 



House of Commons 
Constituencies, 



Brecknockshire, 18d8-75 



Taunton, 1863-8; Had- 
dington, 1878 
Berwickshire, 1880-94 



Vaux of Harrowden, Lord 
Vbntrv, (I) Lord {Irish R.P,) 
Vernojj, Lord {Minor) ... 

Vbrul^^m, Earl of 

Vivian, Lord 

Wakefield, Bishop of ... 
Waldbgrave, Earl of 
Wales, Prince of, H.R.H. 

WALfiiNonAM, Lord 

L. Wandsworth, Lord 



18^9 
1871 
1808 
1885 



Mo^tyn 

Eveleigh-de-Moloyns 
Venahles- Vernon 



Grimston 
Vivian 



Herts., St Albans, 1885-82 



1904 Eden 

1858 Waldegrave 

1882 Prince of the Blood 

1870 deOrey 

1895 Stern 



Warwick, Eari of {E. Brooke) ... 1883 Qreville 



Waterford, (I) Marq'iess of {L, 

Tyrone) 

L. Wblby, Lord 

Wellington, Duke of 

Wemyss, (S) Earl of {L, Wemyss) 

Wenlock, Lord 

Westburv, Lord 

Westmeath, (I) Karl of {Irish 

R,P.) 

Westminster, Duke of 

Westmorland, Earl of 

Wharncuffe, Earl of 



Norfolk, W.. 1865-70 
Suffolk, Stowmarket, 

1881^ 
Somersot,E.,1878^; Col- 
chester, 1838-82 



1885 Beresford 

1S9U Welby 

1800 WeUesley 

18S3 Charteris 

1830 Lawley 

1875 Bothell 



Glo0.,E., 1841-6; Had- 
dingtonshire, 1847-83 



WiLLOUGHBY DE Broece, Lord... 180J Vemey 



1901 Nugent 

1898 Grosvenor 

1881 Fane 

1898 Montagu-Stuart- 

Wortloy-Mackonjue 



Wilton, Earl of 

WiMBORNB, Lord 

Winchester, Bishop of 

Winchester, Marquesas of 
Winchilsea and Nottingham, 

Earl of 

Windsor, Lord 

WOI.SELEY, Viscount 

Wolverton, Lord 

Wrottbsley, Lord 

Wynford, Lord 



1898 Egerton 
3880 Guest 
1903 Ryle ...• 

1899 Paulet 



Warwickshire, Kugby, 
1885-1800 



189S Finch-Hatton 

1860 Windsor-Clive 

18H.: Wolseley ... 

1888 Glyn 

1867 Wrottosley 

1801 Best 



Yarborocoii, Earl of 
York, Archbishop of 

Zetland, Marquess of 

ZOUCHK OF HaRYNGWORTU, 

Lord 



1875 AnderHon-Pelhain 

1882 Maclagan 

1873 Dandas 

1873 Curzon 



Richmond, 1872-3 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS^ 



(870 MEMBERS). 



LIBERAL AND LABOUR MEMBERS (208). 

[Those tx) whose names a dagger (t) is attached are former Unionists, now reckoned 
as members of the Opposition. 

The constituencies at the right of the name show the Parliamentary record of the 
Member, the present constituency being given last.] 



Abraham, William, gimd., Rii«ndda, ues. 

B. 1842, son of Thomas and Mary Abra- 
ham. Ed. Carnarvon National School. 
M. 1800, Sarah Williams (d. 1900), Carnar- 
von. Collier boy at about ten ; Miners' 
Agent, 1873; Vice - Chairman S. Wales 
Sliding Scale Committee from its com- 
mencement in 1875 to its close in 1808; 
Vice-Pres. S. Wales Joint Conciliation 
Board since its establishment; Pros. 
S. Wales Miners' Federation; Treas. 
Miners' Federation of Great Britain; a 
son of Wales, of the Sunday School, and 
of the Welsh Eisteddfod, of which he is 
considered one of the most eminent con- 
ductors; very fond of music, and best 
known by the Bardic name *Mabon.* 

19 Adam Street, Strand, W.C. ; Bryn-y- 
bcdw, Pentre, Glam. 



AinswoFtli, John 
StiPlintf. 



AzgylUhln, 1006. 



Bank." Unsuccessfully contested Barrow- 
in-Fumoss a886), and Argyllshire (1900). 

Ardanaiseig, Kilchrenan, Arsryllshire ; 
Harecrof t, Gtosforth, Cumberland. Club— 
Reform. 

Allen, Charles Peter, aios., strood, i9oo. 

B. 1861, son of Peter and Sophia Russell 
Allen. Ed. Rugby and University Coll., 
Oxford. M. 1890, Evalina, dau. of Alfred 
Barker, Constantinople. Called to the 
Bar, 1888; newspaper proprietor. Un- 
successfully contested Gloucestershire, 
Stroud (1895). 

FarmhlU Park, Stroud, Glos. Clubs— 
National Liberal; Union, Manchester; 
Royal Anglesey Yacht. 



Asher, Alexander, _, . _, . . . ,„, 
B. 1835, son of Rev. William Asher, D.D., 



(1880). 

Beechwood. Midlothian, 
form, Brooks s, Devonshire. 



Aehton, Thomas 
Oair. 



Clubs— Re- 



Cheshire, Hyde, 1886-6. 
Bwli., 8.. 1885. 



B. 1855, son of Thomas Ashton, J.P., 
D.L., LL.D., Hyde, Cheshire, and Ford 
Bank, Didsbury, Lanes., and Elizabeth, 
dau. of S. S. Gair, Penketh Hall, Liver- 
pool. Ed. Rugby and University Coll., 
Oxford (M.AJ. M. 1886, Eva Margaret, 
dau. of J. H. James, J.P., Kingswood, 
Watford, Herts. Member Cheshire C.C. 
since 1895; J.P., Lancashire, Cheshire, 
and Sussex. Unsuccessfully contested 
Cheshire, Hyde (1888 and 1892). 

39 Prince's Gardens, S.W.; Hyde, Che- 
shire; Vinehall, Robertsbridge, Sussex. 
C2u5s— Brooks's. Reform, New University, 
National LlberaL 

Asquith, Rt. Hon. Herbert Fife, e.. 
Henry, K.C., D.O.U., LL-D. Mm. 

B. 1852, son of J. Dixon Asquith, Croft 
House, Morley, Yorkshire, and Emily, dau. 
of W. Willans. Huddersfleld. Ed. City of 
London School and Balliol Coll., Oxford, 
of which he was a Scholar and afterwards 
Fellow, having taken a first-class in 
Classics and gained the Craven Scholar- 
ship. M. (1st) 1877, Helen Kelsall (d. 1891), 
dau. of Frederick Melland, Manchester; 



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and <2nd) ISM, Margaret, dan. of Sir 
Charles Tennant, Bt. Called to the Bar, 
1876; ac, 1800; Bencher (Lincoln's Inn), 
1894 : Home Secretary, 1892-^ ; hon. LL.D., 
Edinburgh ; hon. D.C.Ii., Oxford. 

20 Cavendish Square, W. ; 1 Paper 
Buildings, Temple, E.C. C2i«fr8— Brooks's, 
Athenoeum, Reiorm. 

Atlterley-Jones, Iilewellyn Durham. 
Arolier, K.O. n.w.. 18m. 

B. 1840, son of Ernest Jones, the well- 
known Chartist leader. Ed. Manchester 
Oram. School and Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
M. 1876, £. F. Liambert, dau. of James 
Lambert, Durham. Called to the Bar, 
1875; Q.C., 1886. Published works ~2%e 
FaU of Lord Paddockaleay and other 
novels issued anonvmously : The Law of 
Mines and Minertas; The Minerva Guide; 
and articles on political and social suboects 
in the Nineteenth Century and other 
Reviews. 

25 Pembroke Road, Kensington, W. 
OZtifr— Devonshire. 

AastiB, Sir John, Bt. Y«g-. Oigoidero«. 

B. 1824, son of J. Austin, Manor House, 
Kippax. Ed. Kippax Oram. School. M. 
1888, Agnes, dau. of S. S. Byron, J.P., 
I Yorks., West Riding ; Bt, 1804. 

Fryston Hall, Ferrybridge, Yorkshire. 

Barlow, John somMwi, vrome, iHn-s. 
Bmmotta 8om«net, Frome, 1886. 

B. 1857, son ol Thomas Barlow, J.P., 
Torkington Lodge, Hazel Orove, Cheshire, 
and Bryn Eirias, Colwvn Bay, N. Wales, 
and Mary Ann, dau. of Oeorge Emmott. 
Disley, Cheshire. Ed. Tottenham and 
privately. M. 1805, the Hon. Anna Maria 
Heywood Denman, sister of the present 
Lord Denman. Called to the Bar, 1884, 
but does not practise; senior partner 
Thomas Barlow ft Brother, Manchester 
and London, and Barlow & Co., Calcutta. 
Shanghai, and Singapore ; J.P., Somerset 
and Cheshire: member Cheshire C.C. ; 
Pree. Manchester Reform Club. Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Knutsford, Cheshire 
(1885), Denbigh District (1886), and Frome, 
Somerset (1805). 

Torkington Lodge, Hazel Orove, Che- 
shire. Clubs — Brooks's, Devonshire, 
National Liberal. 

Bamm, Rowland Hint. Leeds, n. ims. 

B. 1858, son of Sir John Barran. Bt Ed. 
private school. Member Leeds School 
Board, 1807 ; member Leeds City Council, 
1901; Oovemor Leeds Oram. School and 
Leeds Univ. 

Beechwood, Roundhay, Leeds. Clubs— 
Reform, Ranelagh. 



I>er1 



ar- 



CiMsUritoU. 



Bayley, Thomas. 

B. 1846. son of Thomas Bayloy, Lonton 
Abbey, Notts. Ed. Amershara and pri- 



vately. M. 1874, Annie (d. 1904), dau. of 
Henry Farmer, the musical composer. 
Formerly member Nottingham Town 
Council; Sheriff Nottinsham, 1881; Al- 
derman Notts. C.C. ; JTP.. Notts. Un- 
successfully contested Yorks., Barkston 
Ash (1885), and Derbyshire, Chesterfield 
(1888). 

Peverel House, Nottingham; Langar 
Hall, Notts. ; Lenton Abbey, Notts. 
O/ute— Reform, Devonshire, National 
LiberaL 

Beaumont, Went^rortli RorihiimberUnd, 
Canning Blaokett. lUxham, im. 

B. 1880, son of W. B. Beaumont, North- 
umberland (M.P. Northumberland, S., 
1852-85, and Tyneside, 1886-92), Bretton 
Park, Wakefield, and Lady Margaret, dau. 
of 1st Marquess of Clanricarde. Ed. Eton 
and Trinity CoU., Cambrid^re. M. 1880. 
Lady Alexandrina, dau. of 5th Marquess of 
Londonderry. Formerly Capt 3rd (Militia) 
Batt. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers ; retired Major 
Yorkshire Hussars: J.P., Northumber- 
land and Yorks., West Riding; D.L., 
Northumberland. 

17 Upper Orosvenor Street, W. ; Bywell 
Hall, Stocksfleld-on-Tyne ; Bretton Park, 
Wakefield. C^uAs— Brooks's, Travellers', 
Turf. 

Bell, Richard. D«i>y. 1900. 

B. 1860, son of Charles Bell, late Police 
Sergt. in Olamorgan Constabulary, Mei*^ 
thvrTydvil. Ed. liritish School. M. (2nd) 
1805, widow of Mr. Woozley, Borough En- 
gineer's Office, Swansea. Began work 
at thirteen at Cyfarthfa Iron Works, 
Merthyr Tydvil; entered Oreat Western 
Railway service 1876; worked through 
grades of porter, shunter, and under- 
guard to head goods guard and left in 
1891 : took active part in movement which 
resulted in the shortening of railway 
workers' hours, and also in movement for 
prevention of accidents to railway men: 
District Sec. Ama^amated Society of 
Railway Servants, 1^3, and Oeneral Sec., 
1807. 

115 Brownlow Road, New Southgate, N. 
C7i£&— National Liberal (hon. meniber). 



Tower Hemleto, St. Oeorga'i, 



Benn, John 
WUliams. 

B. 1850, son of Rev. Julius Benn, Congre- 
gational Minister, and Ann Taylor, Ger- 
rards. Cheshire. Ed. privately. M. 1874, 
Elisabeth Pickstone, aau. of John Pick- 
stone, Silver Hill, Hyde. Cheshire. Be- 
came art journalist ; qualified as draughts- 
man and designer ; founded Caoinet 
Maker and ArtlPurnishert 1880 ; member 
London C.C. since creation in 1880 (Chair- 
man. 1904) ; served as Chairman of its 
leading Committees ; first moved in House 
of Commons with regard to Unification 
of London Question ; took active part in 
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for introduction of Municipal Electric 
Tramways into London ; J.P., Essex and 
Ijondon. Published works— articles on 
social questions in various newspapei's 
and magazines. Unsuccessfully contested 
Tower Hamlets, St. George's (1893), Dept- 
ford (1897), and Bermondsey (1900). 

The Old KnoU, Blackheath. C/u^-Na- 
tional LiberaL 



Banflihtra, 1900. 



Blaok, Alexander 

wmiam. 

B. 1859, son of Rev. James Black, min- 
ister of Dunnikior Free Church, Kirkcaldy, 
and Mary Anne, dau. of the late John 
Sutherland, Aberdeen. Ed. Kirkcaldy 
High School Stuttgart, and Edinburgh 
Umv. M. 1888, Ellinor, dau. of Admiral 
Thomas Wilson, C.B. Writer to the Sig- 
net ; partner Menzies, Black, & Menzies, 
W.S., Edinburgh, since 1885. 

3 Down Street, W.; 5 Learmonth Terrace, 
Edinburgh. Ciute— Reform; University, 
Edinburgh ; Scottish Liberal, Edinburgh. 



Doftyihin. R.B., UM. 



Bolton, Tbomaa 
DoUlng. 

R 1811, son of J. T. Bolton, Solihull, 
Warwickishire, and Mary Ratcuffe, dau. 
of Rev. W. B. DoUing. Ed. privately. 
Admitted a solicitor, IffiS. 

3 Temple Gardens, E.C. 

Brand, Hon. Arthur cuniM.. whbMh. ]P914. 

George. Cunbs., Wisbeeh, 1900. 

B. 1853, son of Rt Hon. H. Brand, 'iSrd 
Baron Dacre, and 1st Visct Hampden, 
Speaker House of Ck>mmons, 1870-^. Ed. 
Rugby. M. 1886. E. A. Ingram (d. 1903), 
dau. of W. Ingram, J.P., Sale, Cheshire. 
Priv. Sec. to Kt Hon. Arnold Morley, 
1885-6; Assist. Priv. Sec. (unpaid) to Mr. 
H. H. Fowler when Prea Jjocal Govt 
Board: Treas. H.M. Household, 1891; 
formerly one of the managers of Liberal 
Central Assoc. ; J.P. ana D.L., Sussex. 
Unsuccessfully contested Cambs., Wis- 
bech (1895). 

II Grosvenor Square, S.W. ; Huntsland, 
Crawley Down, Sussex. CEu&s— Reform, 
Garrick, Travellers'. 

Brigg, John. Tork>., KHghler, 1896. 

B. 1834, son of .John and Maigaret Ann 
Brigg. Ed. private schools at Sutton and 
Dewsbury Moor. M. 1880, Mary, dau. 
of W. Anderton, Bingley. Engaged in 
worsted trade ; active in county, munici- 
paL educational, and magisterial work. 
Published works— sundry pamphlets on 
natural science. 

Kildwick Hall, Keighley. CTm6- Na- 
tional Liberal. 

^SSit^^^ Bhwp.hiw,0BW«try.lM4. 

B. 1882. son of Henry Arthur Bright, J. P., 
Liverpool. Ed. Harrow. M. 1885, Edith, 



dau. of Alfred Turner, J.P. Liverpool. 
Shipowner in Liverpool ; has travelled in 
S. America; J.P., LiverpooL Published 
works— aiticles and pamphlets on politi- 
cal, historic, and economic sul^ects. Un- 
successfully contested Exeter (1899 and 
1900), and Shropshire, Oswestry (1901). 

<3U>rse Hey, West Derby, Liverpool. 
CZii(Nf — AthensQum, National LiberaL 

8toke-«n-Ti«nt, 186&6. 
Broadlmret. Binulnsluim, Bocdfsley, IMM. 

Henry. gSSS??*?*' ^'®*''*" 

B. 1840, son of Thomas and Sarah Broad- 
huret. Ed. Littlemore. M. 1850. Black- 
smith; stonemason; Sec. Parliamentary 
Committee of Trades Union Congress, 
1875-90; Under- Sec. Home Department, 
1888. Published yroT\iS—AvJtobwgraphy: 
Handbook on Leasehold Ehifranchisement 
(with Sir Robert Reid, K.C., M.P.). Un- 
successfully contested Birmingham, Bor- 
desley (ISfifi). 

4 Elm Gardens, Brook Green, W. ; Cromer. 
Ctiite— Reform, National LiberaL 



Xdintmrgh. C«nfnl.l900. 



Brown, George 
Maokensie. 

B. 1809, son of Hon. George Brown. 
Toronto, Canada. Ed. Upper Canada 
College, Toronto, Merchision Castle 
School Edinburgh, and Kimr's Coll.. Cam- 
bridge, M. 1901, May Elinor Nelson. 
Genei-al Manager T. Nelson & Sons, pub- 
lishers. 

20 Moray Place, Edinburgh. Clubs- 
Royal Societies ; University, Ediuburgh. 

Brunner, Sir John c^ghUj.. Korthwidi. 

Tomlinson, Bt. ClM«hin.Noitbwieb.lfW7. 

B. 1842, son of Rev. John Brunner, Z(irich, 
Switzerland, schoolmaster at Everton. 
M. (1st) 1864, Salome (d. 1874), dau. of James 
Davies. Liverpool; and (2nd) 1875, Jane, 
dau. of Dr. Wyman, Ketiering. Entered 
mercantile life at Liverpool, 1857 ; estab- 
lished (with Dr. LudwigMond, F.R.S.) the 
Alkali Works at Northwich, 1873, now the 
largest in the country : Chairman Brunner, 
Mond & Co., Ltd. ; J.P., Cheshire ; D.L., 
Lancashire ; Bt., 1895 ; member Royal 
Commission for Paris Exhibition. 1900; 
member Civil List Committee, 1901. Un- 
successfully contested Cheshire, North- 
wich (1886). Published works— Handbooks 
on Public Education in Cheshire^ 1891 and 
1896; Eight Hours Question. 

9 Ennismore Gardens, S.W.; Druid's 
Cross, Wavertree, Liverpool ; Winnington 
Old Hall, Northwich. C^ulw— Reform, 
National Liberal, Arts. 



Bryce, Rt. Hon. James, 
D.C.L*, LI4.D., F.R.8. 



Tower HamteU, 

1880-6. 
AberdMn, 8., 1866. 



B. 1838, son of James Bryce, LL.D., Glas- 
gow, and Mai'garet, dau. of James Young* 



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Abbeyrille, co. Antrim. Ed. High School 
and Univ., OlaRgow, and Trinity ColL, 
Oxford, where he won the Craven and 
Vinerian Scholamhips, and graduated 
(1882) with a double first-class. M. 1889, 
Elizabeth Marion, dau. of Thomas Ashton, 
Ford Bank, Manchester. Called to the Bar, 
1887; Regius Professor of Civil Law at 
Oxford, 1870-93; Under-Sea Foreign 
Affairs, 1886; Chancellor Duchy of Lan- 
caster <ln Cabinet), 1892-4; Pres. Board 
of Trade, 1891-^; Chairman Royal Com- 
mission on Secondary Education, 1891-d; 
Hon. Fellow Oriel and Trin. Colls., 
Oxford ; Corresponding Member Institute 
of France and Royal Academy of Naples ; 
Foreign Member of Royal Academies of 
Turin and Brussels; hon. LL.D., Edin- 
burgh, 1883; Glasgow, 1888; St An- 
drews, 1902 ; Doctor of Political Science, 
Budapest Univ., 1898 ; Litt.D., Victoria, 
1897; Cambridge, 1898; D.C.L., Trinity, 
Toronto, 1897 ; VreR. Alpine Club, 1899-1901. 
Unsnccessfully contested Wick Burghs 
(1874). Published works— T/^ Holy Roman 
Empire; Bejport on the Condition of 
ISduceUton %n Lancashire; The Trade 
Marks Registration Act^ with Jntrodtie- 
tion and Notes on Trade Mark Law; 
Transcaucasia and Ararat; The Amer- 
ican Commonwealth; Impressions of 
South Africa; Studies in History and 
Jurisprudence ; Studies in Contemporary 
Biography, &c. 

54 Portland Place, W. ; Hindleap, Forest 
Row, Sussex. Clnbs — Athenedum^ Na- 
tional Liberal. 

Kdlnbiuvh. Iffil-t. 

Ryouni. 1900. 

F«rilMhiM. B . 190S. 

B. 1848, son of John Buchanan, Dowan- 
hill, near Glasgow. Ed. High School, 
Glasgow; Sherborne: and Balliol ColL, 
Oxford. M. 1888, Emily Octavia, dau. of 
T. S. Bolitho. Trengwainton, ComwalL 
Fellow of All Souls^ ColL, Oxford. Un- 
successfully contested Haddingtonshire 
(1880), Edinburgh, W. (1892), and Aberdeen- 
shire, E. (1900). 

12 South Street, Park Lane, W. Cltibs— 
Reform, Brooks's, National Liberal. 

BamB, John. Battene*. IHM. 

B. 1858. Ed. National Schools, Battersea. 
M. 1881, Martha Charlotte Gale. Appren- 
ticed at fourteen as an engineer ; worked 
at his trade in various parts of England, 
on board ship, and on the Niger for a 

J rear; Member London C. C. since creation 
n 1889 : formerly member Council Work- 
men's Peace Society, of the Social Demo- 
cratic Federation, and Executive Amal- 
ganmted Engineers' Trade Union ; a leader 
in the Dock Strike, 1889. Unsuccessfully 
conte;9ted Nottingham, W. (1885). Pub- 
lished works— pamphlets, articles, and 
speeches. 
108 Lavender Hill, Battersea, S. W. 



BUPt, Thomas. MoKpeth. 1674. 

B. 1837, son of Peter Burt, coal miner, 
and Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Weather- 
bum. Ed. variou<» dame and colliery 
schools (two vears in all), and subsequent 
study of books and men. M. 1880, Mary, 
dau. of Thomas Weatherbum. Worked 
in various coal mines in Northumberland 
and Durham, 1847-85; General Sec., North- 
umberland Miners' Association since 1865 ; 
formerly Pres. Miners' National Union ; 
a British Representative at Berlin Labour 
Conference, 1890 ; Pros. Trades Union Con- 
gress, 1891: Under-Sec. Board of Trade, 
1892^. Published works— articles in the 
Nineteenth Century, Fortniqhtly Re!»iew, 
Contemporary Review, and other Re- 
views, 

20 Burden Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Calebs — Reform, National Liberal, New 
Reform, Eighty. 

Buxton, Sydney P*«teriMMniffb. urns. 

Charles. Tower HamMs, Puplar, 18M. 

B. 1853, son of Charles Buxton, M.P. for 
E. Surrey, and Emily, dau. of Sir Henry 
Holland, Bt. Ed. Clifton Coll. and Trinity 
ColL, Camb. M. (1st) 1882, C^onstance 
(d. 1892), dau. of Sir John Lubbock 
(Lord Aveburv) ; and (2nd) 1898, Mildred, 
dau. of Hugh Colin Smith. Member 
London School Board, 1878-82 ; Hon. Sec. 
"Mr. Tuke's Fund," 1882-8; Under- Sec. 
Colonies, 189^^; member Treasury Com- 
mittee on Income Tax, 190i. Un- 
successfully contested Boston (1880), Peter- 
borough (1885), and Croydon (1888). Pub- 
lished works— /finance and Politics, an~ 
Historical Study, 178S-18So; Handbook to 
the Death Duties; Mr, Gladstone om Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer; Handbook to 
Pblitioal Questions: Political Manual: 
The Arguments on either side of the Fiscal. 
Question; Fishing and Shooting; and 
magazine articles, pamphlets, &c 

7 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. ; Newtimber 
Place, Hassocks, Sussex. O^ubx- Athen- 
aeum, Brooks's. 

nA.1tft<^Ali :r««MA« Olaasnw, St Bollox. 1886-92. 

B. 1839, son of F. Caldwell, Glas- 

Sw. Ed. Glasgow and Edinburgh Univs. 
ember Faculty of Procurators, Glasgow, 
1864; formerly Lecturer on Law, CoUege 
of Science and Arts, Glasgow; retired 
calico printer; J. P., Lanarkshire; Unionist 
1888, became Liberal, 1882. Unsuccessfully 
contested Glsisgow, Tradeston (1892). 

107 Holland Road, W. ; 12 Grosvenor 
Terrace, Glasgow. 02ub— National Liberal. 



Cameron, Robert. 



Darhaai, Hoofhloa-la* 
Spiiiic. 180ft. 



B. 1825, son of the Rev. Duncan Cameron 
and Christine Cameron. Ed. Parish School, 
Fortingall, Perthshire, and Boro* Road 
College, London. M. 1881, Alice A. P&tton, 
dau. of John Patton, Croft Spa, Durham. 



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Headmaster Friends' School, Sunderland, 
1846-92; has been Guardian, Member of 
School Board (Chairman nine years). 
Chairman Free Library and Museum, 
Sunderland ; Alderman and J. P., Sunder- 
land; lectures on literary and scientific 
sulidects, does much platform work in 
connection with temperance and politics, 
and frequently occupies Nonconformist 
pulpits. Published works— magazine and 
newspaper articles. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested dheffleld. Central <1892). 
56 Victoria Street, S. W. 

Campbell-Bannepman, sttriing 

Rt. Hon. Sir Henry, O.CB. District, vm. 
B. 1836, son of Sir James Campbell, 
Stracathro, Forfarshire. Bd. Glasffow 
Univ. and Trinity Coll., Camb. M. 1860, 
Charlotte, dau. of General Sir Charles 
Bruce, K.C.B. Assumed additional name 
under will of maternal uncle, 1872 ; Finan- 
cial Sec. War Office, 1871-4 and 1880-2 ; Sec. 
Admiralty, 1882-4 ; Chief Sec. Ireland, 1884- 
6 ; Sec. War, 1886 and 1892^ ; G.C.B., 1894 ; 
elected Liberal Leader in House of Com- 
mons, 1899. 

29 Belgrave Square, S. W. ; Belmont Cas- 
tle, Meiglo, Scotland. 02ii&«— Athenasum, 
Brooks's, Reform, Oxford and Cambridge. 

Caustcn, Richard Coiehartw. isew. 

Kni^t. Soathwark, W.. 1888. 



looa, ana isod;. 

_ 12 Devonshire Place, W. Oiulw— Reform. 

Devonshire, National Liberal, City Liberal. 

Gresham. 

Cawley, Frederick. L«ief..Pr«rtwteh,ie96. 

B. 1850, son of Thomas Cawley, Priest- 
land, Tarporley. Ed. Alderley Gram. 
School. M. 1876, Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Smith, KynsaJ Lodge, Audlem. A bleacher, 
dyer, and calico printer ; J.P., Lanes. 

Brooklands, Prestwich ; Berrington Hall, 
Leominster. C2it68— Reform, National 
Liberal. 



Channintf, Francis 
AUston. 



Nortluuito., B., 1886. 



B. 1841, son of Rev. W. H. Channing, 
Northamptonshire. Ed. Exeter ColL, Ox- 
ford (Chancellor's English Essay and 
Arnold Historical Prizes; Fellow. Lec- 
turer, and Tutor of University CoU., Ox- 
ford). M. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Bryant. 
Called to the Bar, 1882; member Royal Com- 
mission on Agricultural Depression, 1893-6 ; 



^airman Chambers of Agriculture, 18M- 
Pres. Land Law Reform Association, 1894-9; 
J.P., Northants. Published works — Irv- 
sttnct; The Greek Oratwa as HxstoriccU 
AiUhprUiea: The Second BaUot; The 
Truth ahoiU Agricultural Depression, 

40.Eaton Place, S.W. aubs-B^tona, 
National Liberal, New University, Oxfoni 
and Cambridge. 



tOhurohill, VTinston 
Iieonard Spencer. oidiuun,iMo. 

^ ?ul% so? ot Rt. Hon. Lord Ran- 
dolph Churchill and Jennie, dau. of 
Leonard Jerome, New York. Ed. Har- 
row and Sandhurst. Entered Army, 1896 j 



Craitf, Robert Hunter. SSJSf W 

B. 1839, son of James Craig, Gowan- 
bank, Partick, and Margaret Brown. Ed. 
Partick and Glasgow Academies and 
privately. M. (Ist) 1864, Jessie Hunter (d. 
1880), dau. of Robert Simpson, Glasgow; 
j2nd) 1884, Sarah Elizabeth, dau. ofWUl- 
lam Foster, GoodmanhancL Founder and 
Chairman R. Hunter Craig & Co., Ltd., 
produce inaporters, LondonTLiverpool and 
Glasgow; Director Scottish Insurance Co., 
Ltd.. and Glasgow Chamber of Commerce ; 
Chairman Skelmorlie School Board for 
twelve years; has given much time to 
religious and philanthropic work, espe- 
^Uy as director of the Glasgow United 
Evangelistic Assoc.; J.P., Lanarkshire 
and Ayrshire. 

38 Seething Lane, E.C. ; West Park, 
Skelmorlie, Ayrshire. 0Zi4»8 — Reform ; 
Liberal, Glasgow ; New, Glasgow. 



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Cremer, VTllUam shor^^. Haggcntoii. 

"•""■*' Sbonditeh, Hi«B«nton, 

liNX). 

R 1838, 8on of G. M. Cromer, a herald 
painter, Faroham. Ed. chiefly by his 
mother. M. (Ist) Charlotte, dau. of James 
Wilson, Spalding; and (2nd) Lucy (d. 
1884), dau. of J. Coombes, Oxford. Began 
work at twelye in a shipbuilding: yard ; 
later a carpenter and joiner for twenty 
years ; Founder Inter-Parliamentary Con- 
ferences; Sec., International Arbitration 
LeafiTue since 1873 ; has four times visited 
the U.S. and presented memorials from 
Members of House of Commons to the 
President and Couktoss in favour of a 
Treaty of Arbitration between Great 
Britain and the U.S. ; moved and carried 
unanimously with the help of the Govern- 
ment a resolution in favour of such treaty, 
1893 ; associated with Lord Pauncef ote m 
promoting Treaty ; Chevalier de la Legion 
d'Honneur, 1802; awarded Nobel Gold 
Medal and Prize (of which he gave £7000 
as an endowment to the International 
Arbitration League), 1903. Published 
works-HBditor Arbitrator since 1872 ; ad- 
dresses to the people of Europe in favour 
of Arbitration. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Warwick (1868 and 1874), and Shore- 
ditch, Haggerston (1806). 

11 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Clubs— 
National Liberal, New Reform. 

Oromble, John WllUam. ^toew^e**". 

B. 1858, son of John Crombie, Balgownie 
Lodfire, Aberdeen, and Jane, dau. of John 
Sang, solicitor, Edinburgh. Ed. Aber- 
deen Gymnasium and Umv. (M.A., 1879), 
and abroad. M. 1885, Minna, dau. of 
Eugene Wason, M.P. Director J. & J. 
Crombie, Ltd., woollen manufacturers; 
Priv. Sec. to Rt Hon. James Bryce when 
Pres. Board of Trade, 1888-5; piloted 
the Act for Provention of the Sede of 
Intoxicating Liquors to Childron, 1901; 
J.P. and Dli., Al>erdeonshiro. PubUshed 
yroT\La—Some Poets cf the People in 
Foreign Lands ; various literary articles 
in magazines. 

91 Onslow Squaro, S.W.; Balgownie 
Lodge, near Aberdeen. Ctubs— Reform ; 
Liberal, Edinburgh ; Northern, Aberdeen. 

Crooks, vrilliam. wooiwich, isos. 

R 18S2, son of George and Caroline 
Crooks. Ed. George Groen Schools, Pop- 
lar. M. (1st) 1871, Matilda South; and 
(2nd) 1883, Elizabeth Coulter. Began work 
at xilne; apprenticed to a cooper, 1866; 
member Poplar Board of Guardians since 
1892 (Chairman since 1898) ; member Lon- 
don C.C. since 1892; Chairman Bridges 
Com. London C.C. ; member Metropolitan 
Asylums Board ; member Poplar Borough 
Council for three years (Mayor, 1901-2). 

81 GouKh Street, Poplar, E. 



Dalsi«l« James Henry. 

B. 1868, son of James Dalziel. 



Kirkcaldy District, 
Ed. 



Borgue Academy, Kirkcudbright, Shrews- 
bury Hig[h School, and King's ColL, 
London. ^ournaUst and newspaper pro- 
prietor. 

Hotel Cecil, Strand, W.C. ClvJbs— 
Reform, National Liberal. 

Davles, Alfiped. OannaitlMi DMiM, uoo. 

B. 1848, son of. Rev. John Da vies. Con- 
gregational Minister, Carmarthenshire, 
ana Mary Kidman Foster, Cambridge- 
shire. Ed. Mill Hill and Rickmansworth 
(Rev. Dr. HumdaU). M. 1877, Lydia Edith 
Death, dau. of William Death, Burnt 
Mill. Essex. Founder and Chairman 
Davies, Turner, & Co., Ltd., London, 
Liverpool, and elsewhere; Pres. Davies, 
Turner, & Co., international carriers. 
New York, Boston, and Philadelphia; 
member first London C.C. 1889-92. 

The Lothians, 2 Fitzjohn's Avenue, 
Hampstead, N.W. ; The Copners, Holmer 
Green, near Amersham, Bucks. ClvJbs— 
National Liberal, Gresham. 

Davies, Matthew n.^i^„.v«^ ,oo« 
Iiewis Yaufhan. o«diganriii».iM6. 

B. 1840. son of Matthew Davies, Cardigan- 
shire. Ed. Harrow. M. 1889. Mary, widow 
of Alexander Jenkins. HiKti Sheriff Car- 
diganshire, 1875; J.P. and D.L., Cardigan- 

17 Hyde Park Gardens, W.:Tan-y-Bwlch, 
Aberystwith. C/ii(i«— Brooks's, Hurling- 
ham. 

Dewar, John 
JUezander. 

B. 1856, son of John Dewar, Perth. Ed. 
Perth Academy. M. 1884, dau. <d. 1888) 
of William Tod, Gospetry, Kinross-shire. 
Chairman John Dewar and Sons, Ltd., 
distillers, Perth; Lord Provost Perth, 
1893-8. 

Abercairny, Crieff, Perthshire. Clubs— 
Reform, National Liberal; Liberal, 
Edinburgh ; Royal, Perth. 

tDickson-Poynder, Sir wnta .ompp«iiiuun, 
John Poynder, Bt. issa. 

B. 1806, son of Rear- Admiral Bourmaster 
Poynder, C.B., and Sarah Matilda, dau. 
of Thomas Poynder, Hartham. Ed. Har- 
row and Christ Church, Oxford. M. 189H, 
Anne Beauderk, dau. of Mr. and Hon. 
Mrs. Henry Dundas. Assumed name of 
Poynder on suca to maternal uncle's pro- 
perty, 1881; formerly Lieut. 3rd Royal 
Scots ; Major Wilts. Yeomanry ; served on 
Lord Methuen's Staff in South Africa; 
J.P., Wilts.; High Sheriff Wilts., 1890; 
member London C.C. since 1898. 

8 Chesterfield Gardens, Mayfair. W.; 
Hartham Park, Corsham, Wilts. : Hilmar- 
ton Manor. Calne. Clubs— CsxIXavl, Marl- 
borough, Turf. 



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Dllke, Rt. Hon. Sir atSTwi^.' 

Ohaples Wentwopth, Bt. ?M!^njm 

R 1813, eldest son of Sir Charles Went- 
worth Dilke, Bt, and Mary, dau. of 
Captain W. Chatfleld, Madras Cavalry. 
Ed. Triinty Hall, Cambridife (of which 
he was a scholar) ; head of Law Tripos, 
1865; twice Vice-Pres. and twice Pres. 
Cambridge Union Society. M. (1st) 1872, 
ELatherine Mary £li£a (d. 1874), dan. of 
Arthur Gk)re Shell : and (2nd) 1885, Emilia 
Francis (d. 1904), dau. of Major StrouK* 
H.E.I.C.S., and widow of Mailc Pattison, 
Rector of Lincoln Coll.. Oxford. Called to 
the Bar, 18f» ; suca fiather as Bt, 18QD ; 
Under-Sec. Foreign AfKedrs, 1880-2 ; Pres. 
Local Govt Board, 1882-5 ; Chairman Royal 
Commission for Nesptiations with France, 
1880-2: Chairman Royal Commission on 
the Housing of the Working Class, 1884-5 ; 
proprietor of Athejuewn, Notea and 
Queries, 8co. Published Works— Greater 
Britain; Fhll of Prince Florestan of 
M<maco: The Present Position of Euro- 
pean Politics (1887); The British Army; 
Problems of Greater Britain; Imperial 
Defence (with Mr. Spenser WUkinson). 
Unsuccessfully contested Chelsea, 1888. 

76 Sloane Street, S.W.: Pyrfwd Rough, 
Woking; Dockett Eddy, Shepperton. 
C^iibs— Reform, National LiberaL 

Dobble, Joseph. AyrIH^tzict,190A. 

B. 1862, son of James Debbie, Avr. Ed. 
Ayr Academy and Edinburgh Univ. M. 
1^ Alice, dau. of James Sharp, Edin- 
burgh. A solicitor; principal partner Dal- 
gleish & Dobbie, Writers to the Signet, 
Edinburgh. 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S. W. ; 21 Murrayfleld Avenue, Edinburgh ; 
Bentfield. Prestwick, Ayr. «mIw — Na- 
tional Liberal; Scottish Liberal, Edin- 
burgh; Glasgow LiberaL 

B. 1885, son of Andrew Halliday Douglas, 
M.D., Edinburgh, and .Tessle Mackinnon. 
Ed. Edinburgh Academy and Univ. 
(where, in 1889. he took first-class honours 
in philosophy, being Hamilton Fellow 
and Ferguson Schouir), and Freiburg 
Univ. M. 1895, Anne Isabel, dau. of 
Robert Tod, Clerwood, Corstorphine. Lec- 
turer in Moral Philosophy, Edinburgh 
Univ. 1891^; Examiner in Philosophy, 
1898-1902. Published works— JbAn Stuart 
MUl : A Study of his Philosophy; Ethics 
of John Stuart MUl, &c 

ao Grosvenor Road, S.W. ; Auchlochan, 
Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire. Clubs — 
Brooks's, National Liberal; Scottish 
Liberal, Edinburgh ; Glasgow LiberaL 



Torks.. Ottey. 1900. 



Duncan, James 
Hastlntfa. 

B. 1855. son of James Duncan, Otley. 
Ed. privately. M. 1879, Janette. dau. of 



Thomas Hunter, Newall Close. Worsted 
spinner and manufacturer ; formerly mem- 
ber Board of Guardians, and member and 
Chairman School Board : Alderman West 
Riding C.C. ; member West Riding Rivers 
Board and Yorkshire Council for Agri- 
cultural Education. 

Kineholm, Otley, Yorkshiro. Club— 
National LiberaL 

Dunn, Sip VTllllam, Bt. Ptuiaf. i89i. 

B. 1833, son of John Dunn, Paisley, and 
Isabella, dau. of Alexander Chcumers, 
Paisley. Ed. privately. M. 1861. Sarah 
Elizabeth, dau. of James Howse, Ora- 
hamstown. South Africa. Senior partner 
London firm of William Dunn & Co., 
bankers and merchants, and South Afri- 
can firms of Mackie, Dunn, & Co. (Port 
Elizabeth). Dunn & Co. (East London), 
and W. Dunn & Co. (Durban); Director 
Royal Exchange Assurance Co., and Union 
Discount Co. ; J. P., Renfrew and W. Suf- 
folk : Bt., 1895. Unsuccessfully contested 
Renfrewshire, W. (1886). 

34 Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, 
W. ; The Retreat, Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
CZiids — Reform, City of London, City 
LiberaL 

Bdwards, Franela. Padnw, mm, ipoql 

B. 1852. Ed. Shrewsbury and Jesus ColL, 
Oxford. M. 1880, Katherine, dau. of D. 
Davis, Maesyffynon, Aberdare. J. P. 
and D.L., Radnor ; High Sheriff. 1898. Un- 
successfully contested Radnor (1896). 

Ill Ashley Gardens, S. W. ; The Cottage, 
Knighton, Radnor. C/«6a— Reform, Na- 
tional LiberaL 

BUbank, The Master of „,^^„.- 

{Hon, Alexander Oliphant «Jj}j*^*". 

Murray), 

B. 1870, eldest son of 10th Baron 
Elibank. Darnhall, Peeblesshire. Ed. 
Cheltenham and RM.C., Sandhurst. M. 
1894, HUda, dau. of J. Wolfe Murray, 
Cringeltie, Peeblesshire. Assistant Sec. 
to Sir Robert Meade, Under-Sec Colonial 
Office, 1802; Priv. Sec. and A.D.C. to 
Governor Leeward Islands, 1803; Assist- 
ant Priv. Sec to Lord Ripon when Colonial 
Sec, 1894, and to Mr. Sydney Buxton, 
when Under-Sec. for the Colonies, 1895. 
Unsuccessfully contested Edinburgh, W. 
(1805), Peebles and Selkirk (1895), and York 
(1900). Is retiring at General Election from 
Midlothian in fovour of Lord Dalmeny, 
and is fighting again his native constitu- 
ency, Peebles and Selkirk. 

Darnhall, Eddleston. N.R Chibs — 
Brooks's, Bachelors', National LiberaL 
Scottish LiberaL 



8». \ndiewa Diitrlet, IMS. 



BUioa, Bdward 
Charles. 

R 1858, son of Robert Ellice and Eglan- 
tine, dau. of Gen. Balfour, Balbimie. Ed. 
Harrow and Sandhurst. M. 1880, dau. of 
Freeman F. Thomas, Ratton, Sussex. 



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TttS B0V8^ OF COMMONS. 



Joined Grenadier GUatds* 1877 ; Captain, 
1886 ; retired ; Major Ist Cinaue Ports CLV. ; 
served in South Africa with Lo vat's Scouts; 
J.P., Sussex and Invemess-ehire. 

9 Chesham Place, S. W. ; Ardochy, Inver- 
sarry, Inverness-shire. C^iite— Travellers'; 
New, Edinburgh. 



BUis, JohB Bdward. 



Hotti.,BiidieIiffe, 



B. 1841, son of Edward Shipley Ellis, J.P., 
of The Newarke, Leicester, and Emma, 
dau. of John Burkess, of Wigton Grange, 
Leicestershire. Ed. Friends' Schools. Hert- 
ford and Kendal. M. 1867, Maria, dau. of 
John Bowntree, Soarbwough. Trained 
as engineer; engaged in developing and 
managing collieries in Notts., 1861-83; 
Director and Chairman Joint Stock Bank 
up to 1886 ; 3. V.J, County and Borough of 
Nottingham ; J.P. and D.L., Yorks., North 
Riding; one of the temporary Chairmen 
of the House appointed oy the Speaker. 

40 Pont Street, aW^j Wrea Head, 
Scalby, R.&0., Yorks. CZw^-Reform. 

Kmmott, Alfred. oiouuga, I809. 

B. 1858. son of Thomas Bmmott, Brook- 
field, Oldham, and Anchorshobne, Ponlton- 
le-Fylde, and Hannah, dau. of John Bar- 
low, Chorley, Cheshire. Ed. Grove House, 
Tottenham, and privately. M. 1887, Mary 
Gertrude, dau. of J. W. Lees, Waterhead. 
Cotton spinner; for 12 years connected 
with Oldham Town Council (Mayor, 1891-2) ; 
Pres, Oldham Chamber of Commerce; 
J. P., Oldham and Lancashire. 

30 Ennismore Gardens, S.W.; Si 
Bank, Oldham. C7u(w— Reform. Nat 
LiberaL 

■nna, SLp FfmioU southaiBptoii. isss-k. 
Hennr, Bt., Boathftinpton, une-iwo. 

K.O.M.O. MaidBtoae. 1901. 

B. 1840, son of William Evans. Man- 
chester, and Mary. dau. of M. Nicholson. 
Ed. Manchester, Neuwied, Germany, and 
Manchester New ColL, London. M. 1872, 
Marie de Grasse, dau. of the Hon. S. 
Stevens, formerly Attorney-Gen. of New 
York. In business as a banker, 1870-84 ; 
partner Donald Currie & Co.; Manager 
Union-Castle Line ; Director Thames and 
Mersey Marine Insurance Co. and Inter- 
national Sleeping Car Co. ; K.C.M.G., 1883; 
Bt., 1908. Unsuccessfully contested South- 
ampton (1895 and 1900). 

40 Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; Tubbendens, 
Orpington, Kent. Cfiilw— Reform, Nei- 
tional Liberal, City Liberal. 



ekunoiSftii. MM, UVO. 



1 



■▼ans, Samuel 
Thomas, K.C. 

B. 1859, son of John and Margaret 
Evans. Skewen, Neath, Glam. Ed. Swan- 
sea Collegiate School, Aberystwyth College 
(scholar), and London Univ. M. 1887, 



Rachel (d. 1889), dau. of William Thomas, 
Skewen. Formerly a solicitor; called to 
the Bar, 1891: Q.C., February, 1901, the 
last Q.C. appointed in the last reign ; J.P., 
Glamorganshire. 

12 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.; 
4 WhitehaU Court a W. ; Neath, Glamor- 
ganshire. CSicte— Hefonn, Bath, National 



Bve, HarFy Tvttiawney, 
BuC. 



Deroo. Ifid. 
UOi. 



B. 1856, son of Thomas Eve. Ed. pri- 
vately and Exeter Coll., Oxford. M. 1879, 
Beatrice Wright, dau. of Dr. Henry 
Strangways Hermsell, Torquay. Called 
to Bar, 1881 ; Q.C^ 1805; Bencher (Lincoln's 
Inn), 1899; J.P., Devonshire. 

4 New Square, Lincoln's Inn ; 85 Addison 
Road, S.W.; Yamer, Bovey Tracey, S. 
Devon. CZ«i08->Devonshire, Farmers'. 



Farquhanon, Robert. 

B. 1836, son of Dr. Frands Farquharson. 
Ed. Edinburgh Academy and Univ. Assis- 
tant Surgeon Coldstream Guards ; Medical 
Officer Rugby School; Physician to Bel- 

Save Hospital for Children and St. Mary's 
ospital; Lecturer on Materia Medica. 
Published works— Gtiide to Therapeutieg ; 
School Hygiene, 

Migvie Lodge, Porchester Gardens, W. ; 
Finzean,Aboyne, Aberdeenshire. Clubs— 
Junior United Service; Reform; Cale- 
donian; National Liberal ; Northern, Aber- 
deen ; Liberal, Edinburgh. 

Fanwlek. Ohwle.. "^^SSaiSsI- 

B. 1850, son of John and Jane Fenwiok, 
Bebeide. Ed. two or three years at a 
colliery school. M. 1869, Jane, dau. of 
Henry and Jane Gardner. A working 
miner from the age of 10 till 35, when 
elected for Wansbeck Division ; member 
Northumberland Miners' Trade Union 
since its formation in 1862, and of its 
Wages Board since its establishment; 
Sec. Parliamentary Committee Trade 
Union Congress. 1890-4 ; served on three 
Royal Commissions— Coal Dust, Second- 
ary Education (England and Wales), and 
Railway Accidents ; member Home Offlee 
Departmental Committee to consider ques- 
tion of Electricity in Mines. 

96 Vauxhall Bridge Road, S. W. ; 14 Tan- 
kerville Terrace, Newcastle - on - Tyne. 
C2ii&— National LiberaL 



Ferfuaon, Ronald 
' Crauffeird Muiiro. 



Bom a Cromarty, IM 
- " t, ISBA. 



Ldth Distriel, I 

B. 1860. son of Col. Robert Munro Fer- 
M.P. for Kirkcaldy, and Emma, 



dau. of J. H. Mandeville, Merton, Surrey. 
Ed. Sandhurst M. 1889, Lady Helen Her- 
mione Blackwood, dau. of the late Marquis 
of Dufferin and Ava. Formerly Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards ; Priv. Sec. to Lord Rose- 



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beiy when ForeUrn Seo., 1888, and again in 
1893; a Lord of the Treasury* 18Bi-5, and 
one of the Liberal Whips: J.P. and D.L., 
Fifeahire. Published works— articles on 
librattry and Land, Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Roes and Cromarty <1885), and Ihim- 
bartonshire (1886). 

46 Cadogan Square, 8.W.; Raith, 
Kirkcaldy; Novar, Ross-shire. CltUw— 
Brooks s, Athenffium. 



Flndlay, Alexander. jmbx\ h j., iwu. 

B. 1844. Bd. public and technical schools, 
Irvine. Ayrshire, and Glasgow. M. 1874, 
Isabella, dau. of William Cameron, Kil- 
marnock. Apprenticed at thirteen as 
a pattern maker to the Irvine Foundry 
and Bridjro Works ; subsequently went to 
United states, where he remained for 
Ave years ; returned to Glasgow, 1874 ; as 
Alexander Findlay Sc Co., started in busi- 
ness on his own account as a manufac- 
turer of steel roofs and bridges and all 
kinds of general structural work, 1888; 
became Managing Director on firm being 
turned into a limited company, 1900 ; Pro- 
vost of Motherwell since 1901. 

Bellfield House, Motherwell, Scotland. 



Fltsmnarioe, Lord ^ . ,^ ,^, 

R 1846, son of fourth Marquis of Lans- 
downe, and his second wife, Emily de 
Flahault; brother of present Marauis. 
Ed. Eton and Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 
Called to the Bar, 1871 ; Priv. Sec. to Mr. 
Lowe when Home Sec, 187^-3; H.M. Com- 
missioner for European Turkey under 
Berlin Treaty of 1880; a Plenipotentiary 
at the Danubian Conference, London, 
1882-^ ; Under^ec Foreign AlftOrs, 188^-5 ; 
a Boundary Conmiissioner under Local 
Government Act, 1887 ; Chairman Wilts 
C.C. ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions ; 
member Historical Manuscripts Conunis- 
sion ; Trustee National Portrait Gallery. 
Published works— Z^^e cfEaH Shelburne ; 
Life of Sir William Petty; Letters of 
Gavin Hamilton {editor); Letters of the 
Ahbi MoriUet; Charles, Dtike of Bruns- 
loick. Unsuccessfully contested Calne 
(1885), and Deptford (1882). 

Brooks's Club, S. W. ; Leigh, Bradford- 
on-Avon, Wilts. C7u&— Brooks's. 

Foster, Sir Balthaaar S!2teif^&«^ 
Walter, D.O.L^ LL.D. ^SSTSot'"*** 
Son of R Foster, Drogheda, and Beau- 
lieu, Hants. Ed. Drogheda Gxam. School 
and Trinity ColL, Dublin. M. Emily 
Martha, dau. of W. L. Saigant. Edgbaston. 
A consulting physician ; FTRCP. Jbondon ; 
M.D., Erlangen Univ. ; D.C.L., Durham ; 
LL.D.. Montreal; Gold Medallist for 
'Distinguished Merit* and Vice-Pres., 
British Medicnl Association ; Emeritus 
Profeasor of Medicine in Queen's College ; 



Consulting Physician to the Genera! 
Hospital, Birmingham; Kt., 1886; Sec 
Local Govt. Board, 1892-6 ; formeriy 
Chairman General Committee National 
Liberal Federation ; Pres. Allotments and 
Small Holdings Association ; Pres. Land 
Law Reform Association ; J.P., Warwick- 
shire. Published vrorka — Method ami 
Medicine ; Clinical Medicine ; Public 
A spects of Medicine. Unsnocessfully con- 
tested Chester (1886). 

30 Grosvenor Road, S.W. CEtc^s— Re- 
form, National LiberaL 



t Foster, SIp MlOhael, London UnlTmlty. 

K.C.B^ F.R.B., LIi.D. iwo. 

B. 1836, son of Michael Foster, F.R.C.S., 
Huntingdon. Ed. Huntingdon Gram. 
School, Univ. College School, aad Univ. 
ColL, London. M. (1st) 1864, Georghia 
(d. 1869), dau. of Cyrus Edmunds ; and (2nd) 
1872, Marvaret Sarah, dau. of George Rust, 
Huntingdon. Surgeon at Hunnngdon; 
Lecturer and then Prof essor of Practical 
Physiologv, Univ. ColL, London ; Praelector 
of Physiology, Trinity ColL, Cambridge, 
1879-83; Pres. British Association, ISW; 
Professor of Physiology, Cambridge Univ., 



1883-1903; Sec. Royal Society, 1881-190SL 
Published works— rea* Book of Phytfi- 
ology; Lectures on History of Physiology^ 
&c. 

AthencBum Club, Pall Mall, S.W.; Nine- 
wells, Great Shelford, Cambs. CltUy— 
Athenaeum. 



Fowler, Rt. Hon. 
8ip Henry, 
O.O.8.I. 



WolvnrhMDpCnii. IMCM. 
WolTakiiunpton. B , 1866. 



B. 1830, son of Rev. Joseph Fowler, Wes- 
leyan Minister. Ed. Woodhouse Grove 
and St. Saviour's Gram. SchooL M. 1857, 
Ellen, dau. of G. B. Thomeycroft, Hadley 
Park, Salop. Mayor Wolverhampton, 
1863 ; First Chairman Wolverhampton 
School Board, 1870; Under-Sec. Home 
Department, 1884-^ ; Financial Sec. to 
Treasury, 1886; Pres. Local Govt. Board 
(in Cabinet), 1882-4; Sec. for India, 
1894-^3 ; G.C.S.I., 1895; a member of various 
Royal Commissions and Departmental 
Committees ; Chairman Indian Currency 
Committee. 

Reform Club, PaU Mall, S.W. ; Woed- 
thorne, Wolverhampton. C^ubs— Athen- 
eeum. Reform. 



Freeman-Thontae, 
Freeman. 



HaiUiigii. 1900. 



B. 1868, son of Freeman F. Thomas, Rat- 
ton, Sussex, and Mabel, dau. of 1st visct. 
Hampden. Ed. Eton and Trinity ColL, 
Cambridge. M. 1892, Marie Adelaide, dau. 
of Lord Brassey. In Eton Eleven, 1883^ 
(Capt. 1885), and Cambridge Eleven, 1886-9 ; 
in Sussex Artillery. 1886-1900; since then 
Major Sussex Imperial Yeomanry: A.D.C. 



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I to Lord Brassey When GfiveHidr of Vio^ 
torim 18B5-8I formerly Hon. 6ec» Home 
Connti^ Liberal Federation; Hon. Sec. 
Liberal LdagUe. 

76 AUhley Gardens, S. W. ; Ratton, Wil- 
lingdon, Smsex. C/iida^Brooks's, Bachel- 
ors , Travellers*. 



Falter, John MiebMl 



Wertbuy. 1900 

B. 1884, son of G. P. Fuller, Nestor 
Park, Wilts. Ed. Winchester and Christ 
Church, Oxford (3rd class Modem History). 
M. 1806, Norah, dau. of C. N. P. Phipps, 
Chalcot, Westbury. WUts. A.D.C. Vice- 
roy of India^ 18M-^; has travelled widely 
in both hemispheres. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Wilts, Chippenham (1882), Bath 
a8»5), and SaUsbury (1897). 

Jaggards House, Cordiam, Wilts. Clvbs 
—Brooks's, White's, Pfthtt's, National Libe- 
ral, Alpine. 



TlMH«rt]»pooIs, 1 



Sir 
ClftFist«pli«p. 

B. 1852, son of John Fumess and Averill, 
dau. of John Wilson, Naisbet Hall, Dur- 
ham. Ed. privately. M. 1876, Jane An- 
nette, dau. of Henry Su|Kitt, Brierton, 
Co. Inirham. Chairman Fumess, Withy 
& Co., and associated with many other 
companies, principally in ship -owning, 
ship-buildinff, and ensine-buildinK : Kt., 
1886 : J.P. and D.L., Dumam co. and Yorks., 
North Riding. Unsuccessfully contested 
The Hartlepools (1805), and York (1808). 

23 Upper Brook Street, W. ; Tunstall 
Court, West Hartlepool: Grantley Hall, 
Ripon, Yorks. OKmos— Reform, I)evon- 
shire. Royal Thames Yacht. 



Oladatone, Rt. Hon. 
Horbort John. 



LMd«, W., 1685. 



B. 1854, son of Rt Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 
and Catherine, dau. of Sir Stephen Glynne, 
Bt Ed. Eton and Univ. Coa, Oxford (3rd 
class Classics, 1874, and 1st class History 
School, 1876). M. 1901. Dorothy, dau. of 
Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Paget, Bt History 
Lecturer Keble ColL, Oxford. 1877 > 80; 
Priv. Sec. to Mr. Gladstone when Prime 
Minister. 1880-1 ; a Lord of the Treasury, 
1881-5; Deputy -(commissioner Board of 
Works, 1885; Financial Sec. War Office, 
1886 ; Under-Sec. Home Department, 18^2-4 ; 
First Commissioner of Works, 1894^ ; P.C., 

I 1894 ; Chief Whip Liberal Party since 1899 ; 
Pres. National Physical Recreation So- 

I ciety. Unsuccesisfully contested Middle- 
sex (1880). 

' 2 Cowley Street, Westminster, S.W. ; 

i Sandycroft, Littlestone-on-Sea. Clubs— 

I Reform, National Liberal, Bath. 

{ GoddJUPd, Daniol Ford* ipnvkh, iwe. 

I B. 1850, son of Ebenezer Goddard, J.P., 
Ipswich. Ed. privately at Ipswich and 



Hastings; studied Chemistry with Pro- 
fessors Sibson and Heisch, London. M. 
(1st) 1874« Lucy« dau. of Thomas Harwood, 
Belstead HalL Suflblk; and (2nd) Eliaa^ 
both, dau. of E. Hitchcock, Bramford, 
Suflblk. Civil Engineer; Assistant En- 
gineer, Ipswich Gas Co., 1872; Engineer 
and Sec. (in succession to his father, who 
held the poet forty years), 1882 ; Associate 
Member in^tution of Civil Engineers ; 
member Ipswich Town Council, 1886-95 
(Mayor, lWl-2; Alderman, 1896); J.P., 
Ipswich. Unsuccessfully contested Ips- 
wich (1802). 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S. W. ; Oak HiU, Ipswich. C/tt6-National 
Liberal, Reform. 



OniBt, CorriO. WanrtekaUn. Bngby, 190a 

B. 1850, son of James Brighton Grant, 
brewer and maltster, Kettleburgh, Suf- 
folk, who was imprisoned for non-pay- 
ment of Church Rates^ and Frances Anne 
Grant Ed. City of London School. M. 
1885, Ann Mary Adams. Called to the 
Bar, 1877; on N.E. Circuit. Unsuccess- 
fully contested Woodstock (1885), Birming- 
ham, W. (1802), Warwickshire, Rugby 
(1805), and Middlesex, Harrow (1899). 

11 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.; 
26 The Avenue, Bedford Park, W. Clvb— 
National Liberal. 



Orojr, Rt* Hon. Bit V( 



Bt. 



B«r«iek «tt«T«««4,U85. 



B. 1862, son of Lt..Col. George Grey, 
and grandson of Rt Hon. Sir George 
Grey, 2nd Bt^. who was nephew of 2nd 
Earl Grey. Ed. Winchester and Balliol 
Coll., Oxford. M. 1885, Frances Dorothy, 
dau. of S. F. Widdrington. Succ. grand- 
father, 1882. Under- Sec. Foreign Ailhin, 
1892^; won M.C.C. and Queen's Club 
tennis mlae, 1886; P.C, 19(KL PubUshed 
work— My Piahirtg, 

Fallodon, ChathiU, Northumberland. 
C7tcb8— Athenaeum, Brooks's, Oxford and 
Cambridge. 



Orifflth, KUto Jones. Angirnqr, ims. 

B. 1880, son of T. M. Griffith. Anglesey. 
Ed. Univ. CoU. of Wales, Aberystwith, 
and Downing Coll., Cambridge (of which 
he is a Fellow) ; RA, Lend. ; M.A. and 
LL.B., Camb. M. Mary, dau. of Rev. R. 
Owen, Mold. Pres. (Cambridge Union, 
1886; called to the Bar, 1887; on North 
Wales, Chester, and Glamorgan Circuit ; 
Member Council Univ. ColL, North Wales. 
Unsuccessfully contested Liverpool, Tox- 
teth (1892). 

3 (North) King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
KC; Ty Coch, Brynsiencyn, Anglesey. 
C/u&— National Liberal. 



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tOaeai, Hon. Ivor 
CbttrobllL 



FlyiMmih, 1100. 



B. 1873, eldest son of Lord Wlmborne, 
and Lady Ck>rnelia Henrietta Haria« dan. 
of 7th Duke of Marlboroue^ £d. Eton 
and Trinity Ck>lL,Cambridffe. M.l9(B,Hon. 
Alice Grosvenor, datu of Lord Ebury. 
Captain Dorset Imperial Yeomanry ; 
served in South Africa; High Sheriff 
Olamormnshire, 1900; left Unionist 
Party. 1904 ; prospective Liberal candidate 
for Cardift Unsnocessfolly contested 
Plymouth (1886). 

22 ArUngton Street, S.W. ; Ashby St 
Ledgers, Kugby. C/icte— White's, Marl- 
borough, Oarrick. 

^SUifJ^tS®'*-^"***" C«lfato.l886. 

CSoartt K.C. 

B. 1836, son of James Manby GnUy. M.B., 
and Frances, dau. of Thomas CouH. Ed. 
Trinity ColL, Cambridge. M. 1865, Eliza- 
beth Anne Waif ord. dau. of Thomas Selly, 
of Whitley, and Wimbish, Essex. Pres. 
Cambridge Union ; called to the Bar, 1880; 
Q,C., 1877; Bencher (Inner Temple), 1879; 
was a leader of the Northern Circuit ; Re- 
corder of Wigan, 188&-96 ; elected Speaker 
of the House of Ck)mmon8, April, 1895, and 
again 1895 and 1900. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Whitehaven (1880 and 1885). 

Speaker's House, Palace of Westminster, 
S. W. ; Sutton Place, Seaford, Sussex. 
OZufts — Athenssum, Oxford and Cam- 
bridge. 

OuMttB, Sir WUIlwn 
Bnunpton, K.0.1I.Om Morfta. h., vm. 



B. 1810, son of Brampton Qurdon, M.P. 
for West Norfolk, and Hon. Henrietta 
Susannah, dau. of Lord Oolbome. Ed^ Eton 
and Trinity ColL, Camb. M. 18^ Eveline 
Camilla (d. 1894), dau. of dth Earl of Ports- 
mouth. Clerk in Treasury, 1863; Priv. 
Sec. to Mr. Gladstone when ChanceUor of 
the Exchequer, 1865^, and when First Lord 
of the Treasury, 1868-74 ; C.B., 1874 ; served 
on International Monetary Conference at 
Paris, 1878; Special Commissioner in 
South Africa, 1879-80, and again in 1881. 
K.C.M.G., 1882. UnRUCcesHfuIly contested 
Norfolk, S.W. (1886), Rotherhithe (1886), 
and Colchester (1888). 

1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W.; Assington 
Hall, Boxf ord, Suffolk. C{«t&— Brooks's. 

Haldaii«, Mt. Hon. 

RlOhavd Bavdon, Haddingtonflbinasw. 
K.O., I«Ii.I>. 

B. 1866, son of Robert Haldane, Clean, 
Perthshire. Ed. Edinburgh and Gdttingen 
Univs. Called to the Bar, 1879 ; Q.C., im ; 
P.C, 1908. Published works — i^« of 
Adttm Smith; EdwxUion and Ehnpire; 
The Pathway to RecUUy, &c. 

3 Whitehall Court, 8. Wj Cloan, Auch- 

terarder, Perthshire. CMi6»— Brooks's, 

; Athenaeum, National Liberal, City Liberal. 



Havoonrt, Vmvtm. 

B4 1863, son of Rt. Hon. Sir William 
Harcourt, and Maria Theresa, dau. of 
Thomas Henry Lister. Ed. Eton. M. 1899, 
Mary Ethel, dau. of Walter H. Bums, 
New York, and North Mymms^^ark, Hat- 
field. 

14 Berkeley Square, W. ; Nuneham 
Park, Oxford. CZti^w— Reform, Devon- 
shire, National Liberal, Bachelors • Eighty. 

HMdie, Jamas WettHaia.8..1MM. 

Keir* Merthyr Ty4vil. 1000. 

B. 186(S. M. 1880, LiUie. dau. of Duncan 
Wilson. Employed in mines from his 10th 
till his 24th year. Sec. Lanarkshire and 
Ayrshire Minors and the Scottish Miners* 
Federation; founded Labour I^eader 
(editor for 15 years). Unsuccessfullyoon- 
tested Lanark, Mid (1888), West Ham, 
S. (1895X and Preston (1900). 

14 Neville's Court, E.C. ; Lochnorris, 
Cumnock, Ayrshire. 



Hajnnswortli, Mobert 
Iittloastep. 1900. 

B. 1870, son of Alfred Harmsworth, 
barrister, 6 Pump Court, Temple, and j 
Geraldine Mary Maffett, Finglass, co. 
Dublin. Ed. privately. M. 18^, Annie, 
dau. of T. Scott, of Clapham. Director 
Amalgamated Press, Ltd. (formerly 
Harms w<n*th Bros.). 

3 Marlb<»t>ugh Gate, Lancaster Gate, 
S.W. CZute— Reform, Honourable Com- 
pany. 

Harwood, 0«ortf«. Bolton, ims. 

B. 1845, son of Richard Harwood, Mayor 
of Bolton. Ed. Chorlton High School and 
Owens Ck)lL, Manchester ; M.A., Lend. 
M. 1867, AUce Marsh (d, 18941^ Chairman 
Richard Harwood & Soivcotton spinners ; 
called to the Bar, 1890, and practised for 
some years; served as Deacon at St. 
Anne's Church, Manchester, for 3 years, 
whilst retaining business connection and 
lay dress and title, as exaniple of enlaigiug 
the diaconate ; a founder Church Reform 
Union, Published works — Z>wc«<aWMfc- 
TMiU a8 a Defen/oe ofthe Principle of a 
National Church: The Coming Demo- 
cracy: From Within (theological); A 
Candidate's Speeches, 

68 South Audley Street, W. ; Brownlow 
Fold, Bolton. C^tibs — AthensBum, Re- 
form, Brasenose. 

HAytMP, Mi. Hon. Sir ££!'^i^'. 
Arthur Dlvett, Bt. waIbsU, ishm. 

WigaaU, 1900. 

B. 1835, son of Rt. Hon. Sir W. G. Hayter, 
Bt., Judge- Advocate-General and Sec. of 
Treasury. Ed. Eton and Brasenose, Ox- 
ford (Scholar). M. 1866, Henrietta, dau. 
of Adrian J. Hope. Ten years in Grena- 
dier Guards, retiring as Captain, 1866; 
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years; a Lord of the Treamiryv 1880-3; 
Financial Secretary, 1882^; P.C., MM; 
Chaimian Public Accounts Committee, 
1901-4. PuUiMhed vrork—Basawa on Pro- 
dvction and Ua Incretue* UnsucceiHf ally 
contested Windsor (1863), Somerset, East 
a868), Hereford (1871JL Bath (1885 and 1886), 
Torquay (186^, and WalsaU (1805X 

9 Grosvenor Square, W.; South HiU 
Park, BraoknelL Ohilw--Brooks'8, Tra- 
YoUers*, Devonshire, National Liberal. 



Xiftnei., LaneMter, 1900. 



H«lme, NoFval 
'Vataon* 

R 1848, son of James Helme, Lancaster. 
Bd. BajjbX Gram. School, Lancaster. M. 
1877, Mary, dau. of ThomM Wilson, Cald- 
beck, Cumberland. Senior partner J. 
Helme £^ Co., manufacturers. Halton 
Mills, Lancaster; Alderman Lancaster 
(iliayor, 1896-7) ; member Lancashire C.C. ; 
member Lancashire Asylums Board ; 
Chairman Lancaster Asylum Committee; 
Pres. Lancaster and District Chamber of 
Commerce ; J. P., Lancashire. 

4 WhitebaU Court, S.W.; Springfield 
Hall, Lancaster. Clubs— Betorm; Na- 
tional Liberal; Municipal luid County; 
County, Lancaster ; Reform, Lancaster. 



Tyt<nM,19..UM. 



Hemphtll, Hi. Hon. 
Cliarlaft Har«»K«0. 

Son of John Hemphill, Rathkenny and 
CasheL and Barbara, dau. of Rev. Pat- 
rick Hare. Ed. Rev. Dr. Wall's School, 
DubUn. and Trln. ColL, Dublin (Gtold 
Medallist for Oratory, first Classical 
Moderator, and Auditor College Historical 
Society). M. 1849, AUjgusta Mary (d. 
1888X dau. of the Hon. Sir Francis Stan- 
hope and grand-dau. of Charles, 3rd Earl 
of Harrington. Student, Middle Temple ; 
called to Irish Bar ; on Leinster Circuit ; 
some time H.M. 1st Sergeant -at -Law; 
K.C. ; Bencher (King's Inns); Solicitor- 
Gen, for Ireland, 1892^ ; P.C. ; Chairman 
Suarter Sessions cos. Louth, Leitrim, and 
:erry successively, 1884-78; J. P., cos. 
Dublin, Tlpperary, and Wioklow. Un- 
successfully contested Cashel (1857 and 
185»), Liverpool, W. Derby (1886X And 
Hastings (1892X 

65 Morriom Square, Dublin; Clifton 
House, Shankill, co. Dublin. Clttba— 
Reform ; National Liberal ; St. Stephen's 
Green, Dublin; Royal St. George's Yacht, 
Kingstown. 



Henderson, Arthur. 

B. 1863, son of David and Affnes Hender- 
son. Ed. St. Mary's School. NewoasUe-^m- 
Tyne. M. 1888, dau. of William Watson, 
Forest Bow, Sussex. Apprenticed as a 
moulder to K. Stephenson Sc Sons, engi- 
neers, Newcastle - on - Tvne (with them 
16 years) : became ofilcial of the Friendly 
Society ironfounders England, Ireland, 
and wales ; agent to Sir Joseph W. Pease, 
Bt., 1896-19(J2 ; formerly member Newcastle 



City Council and Durham C.C. ; member 
Darlington Town Council (Mayor, 1903-4) ; 
J.P.. Newcastle. Published vroTk.— Notes 
on Registration and Elections, 

97 Kennington Road, S.E. ; 80 Windsor 
Terrace, Danington. 



mgham, John Wuupp. 



TorkL, Bow«rby, 



B. 1857, son of Eli Higham, cotton spinner 
and manufacturer. Accrington. M. 1899, 
Pollie, dau. of W. P. Hartley, J.P., 
Aintree, Liverpool. Member ( 15 years] 
Accrington Town Council (Mayor, 1881^ 
and 1899-1900): member (10 years) Lanca- 
shire C.C. ; J.P., Accrington. 

14 King's House. St. James Court, &W.; 
Moorhead, Accrington. Cited— National 
Liberal. 

■dward Henry. BtMoV x.. uoo. 

B. 1802, eldest son of Sir C. P. Hobhouse, 
Bt., Monkton Farleigh, Bradford -on - 
Avon, Wilts., and Mifli Lucy. dau. of Sir 
Thos. Turton, Bt Edi Eton, Ch. Ch., Ox- 
ford, and R.M.C., Sandhurst. M. 1890, 
Gtoorgina Fleetwood, dau. of G. P. 
Fuller, Neston Park, Corsham. Wilts. 
Lieut. 60th Royal Rifles, 1884 ; Capt. Tth 
Batt. King's Roval Rifles, 1894; Lt.-Col. 



_ ard V.B. Gloucester Regt, 
1908; Priv. Sec. to Lord Ripon when 
Colonial Sec., 1892^ ; J.P. and OC., Wilts, 
since 1892 ; member Thames Conservancy 
for Wilts., 1904. UnsuccessfuUy contested 
Wilts., E. (1806X 

47 Rutland Gate, S.W.; The Ridge, 
Corsham, Wilts. C/t(&— Brooks*s. 

Henry. i^qq. 

a 1849, son of William Holland. J.P., 
Manchester. M. 1874, May, dau. of James 
Lund, D.L., Malsis Hall. Cross Hills, near 
Leeds. Partner, since 1872, W. Holland & 
Sons, cotton and worsted spinners, Man- 
chester and Stockport: Vice -Chaimian 
Fine Cotton Spinners' Association, Ltd. ; 
Director Williams, Deacon's Bank, Ltd. ; 
Pros. Associated Chambers of Commerce 
of United Kingdom; member Advisory 
Committee on C!k>mmercial Intelligence, 
Board of Trade; member Indian Cur- 
rency Committee, 1896; Commissioner 
Paris Exhibition, 1900; Pres. Manchester 
Chamber of Commerce, 1896-8; seconded 
Address at opening of Session, 1805; Kt., 
190S. Unsuccessfully contested Salford, 
N. (1895). 

61 Queen's Gate, S. W. ; Poole HaU. Nant- 
wich. Cfubs— Reform ; National Liberal ; 
Ranelagh; Union, Manchester; Reform, 
Manchester. 

Hope, John Deans. rtt«. w.. uoo. 

B. 1860, son of James Hope, the eminent 
agriculturist, East Bams. jQd. Fettes 
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of R. K. Holms-Kerr, Undorbank, Ayr- 
shiro. A chartered acoountant and etock- 
broker. UnsuooesHfully contested Perth- 
shire, w. (laesx 

16 Prinoes Street, Edinburyh. Clvha— 
Reform, National Liberal ; Northern, 
Edinburgh. 

ttomlman, Fraderiok Peno-n and Fai- 

John. nouth. 1M&. 

B. 1835, son of John and Ann Homiman. 

Ed. Friends' College, Croydon. M. (1st) 

1850, Rebekah, dau. of John Emslie, 
jj^jg^ . .^.. .^ ,« _,- ,. ,. 

dan. ( 

Chair 

Ltd., 

lector 

Mann 

presei 

HiU,^ 

for th 

thewi 

States 

and h 

Falmouth House, 20 Hyde Park Ter- 
race, W. C/u(w-National Liberal, City 
LiberaL 

HumplUPttyS^wen, MontKomeryBldre, 

Artfcup Chaptes. y»»^ 

B. 1838, son of Erskine Humphreys, 
barrister, of Lincoln's Inn, and Eliia, dau. 
of Edward Johnes, M.D., GarthmyL Mont- 
gomeryshire. Ed. Harrow and Trinity 
ColL, Cambridge. M. 1874^ Maria, dau. 
of James Russell, Q.C., Lincoln's Inn. 
Called to the Bar, 1865 (retired from prac- 
tice, 1875); since then landowner and 
railway director; Chairman Montgomery- 
shire C.C. ; assumed name of Owen on 
succ. to property of Mrs. Owen, Glan- 
sevem. 

Glansevern, Berriew, R.S.O., Mont- 
gomeryshire. CVuIm— AthensBum, Bath, 
National Liberal, New Reform, Oxford 
and Cambridge. 

B. 1850, son of Dr. Hutchinson, Not- 
tingham. Ed. Elstree, Uppingham, and 
Edinburgh Univ. ; also at Berlin, Vienna, 
and Paris. M. 1880, Ellen, dau. of W. 
Homer Soames,London. M.D.. Edinburgh, 
1874; practised as physician at Scar- 
borough and Monte Carlo; retired, 1896; 
J.P., Sussex. 

59 Egorton Crescent, S.W. ; Knowle, 
Mayfleld, Sussex. C/i*6— Reform. 

Bdimt* 'TotkM., Morley, 18M. 

B. 1865, son of John and Eliza Hutton, 
Eccleshill, near Bradford. Ed. Mill Hill, 
and Trinity ColL, Cambridge. 

15 Arlington Street, S.W. ; Crow Trees, 
Rawdon, Yorkshire. Cluhs — Brooks's, 
Devonshire, National Liberal. 



Danlttl, K.a Beading. W04. 

B. 1800, son of J. M. Isaacs, merchant. 
City of London. Ed. University Coll. 
School, London; Brussels, and I^nover. 
M. 1887, Alice, dau. of Albert Cohen, mer- 
chant Called to the Bar, 1887 ; Q.C., 1896. 
Unsuccessfully contested Kensington, N. 
tl900). 

32 Park Lane, W.; 1 Oarden Court. 
Temple, E,C. Clulw— Reform, National 
Liberal, Savage. 



I>erbyahire, Mid, 18S5. 



Jaeoby, James 
Alfred* 

B. 1852, son of M. Jaeoby, Nottingham. 
Ed. privately. M. 1883, Miss F. Liepmann, 
Glafwow. For 20 years an active partner 
in M. Jaeoby & Co., lace nuinufacturers, 
Nottingham ; member Nottingham Town 
CouncO for 10 years ; founded Nottingham 
Technical Schools; promoted opening of 
Nottingham Castle as Art Museum. 

8 Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. ; OakhiU 
House, Nottingham. C^v5«— Reform, Na- 
tional Liberal, Notts County. 



Johnson, Jolin* 

B. 1850, son of Thomas and Martha John- 
son. Ed. village schooL Entered mines 
when 9 vears old ; a miner for 80 years ; 
Miners' Agent for the Durham mines since 
1890 ; has attended Miners' Conferences in 
various countries for many years ; m^nber 
Durham C.C. 

82 Denbv Street, Pimlico, S.W. ; 20 The 
Avenue, Durham. 



Dorfaam, ChMter-le-Street, 1886. 



Joioay, Sir 
Jamsa, Bt. 

B. 1846. son of George Joicey, mining 
engineer, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Ed. Gain- 
ford School, West DarUngton. M. (Ist) 
1879, Elizabeth Amy (d. 1881), dau. of 
Joseph Robinson, J.P., North Shields: 
and (2nd) 1884, Marguerite Smyles, dau. of 
CoL Drever, H.E.I.C.a Chairman and 
Managing Director James Joicey & Co., 
Ltd., and the Lambton CoUieries^td., the 
two largest colliery companies in Durham ; 
Director N.E. Railway; J.P.. Northum- 
berland, Durham, Monteomeryshire, and 
Newcastle-on-Tyno ; D.L., Durham; Bt., 
1893. 

58 Cadoffan Square. S.W. ; Longhirst, 
Morpeth,lSiorthumberland: GregynogHall, 
Newtown, Montgomeryshire. ClvJbH — 
Reform, Devonshire, National Liberal, 
Queen's, Bath. 

Jmios, David oim., strood. um-s. 

BrynmOP, K.C. Bwanaea DlHtriat, 1886. 

B. 1852, son of Rev. Thomas ^ones, 
Swansea, (sometime Chairman of the Con- 
gregational Unions of England and Wales 
and of Victoria), and Jane, his first wife. 
Ed. University Coll. School and Univer- 
sity ColL, London (Hume Scholar, 1873; 



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LL.B., Lond., 1874). M. 1802. Florence, 
widow of A. de M. Mocatta, and dan. of 
Major Lionel Cohen. Gained Studentship 
of Council of Legal Education, 1875 ; called 
to the Bar. 1876 : on South Wales Circuit ; 
County Court Judge, Mid Wales, 1885; 
County Court Judge, Gloucestershire, 1886 
(resigned 1882) ; Q.C., 1893 ; Bencher (Middle 
Temple), 1899 ; member Welsh Land Com- 
mission, 1803-6: Chairman County Courts 
Departmental Committees, 1893, and 189fr- 
1900 ; Hon. Senior Counsel and Member of 
Court and Bxecutive Committee Univer- 
sity of Wales ; J.P., Gloucestershire and 
Glamorganshire. Published works— Edite«l 
The Divine Order, by the Rev. Thomas 
JeneGLWlth introduction by Robert Brown- 
ins ; Tf^ WeUh Beople (with John Rhys), 

2ir Bzyanston Square, W.; 12 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, JC.C. CTm6«— Re- 
form, Devonshire, Ranelagh, Swansea 
County. 

Jones, Vllllam. CarnarTonaiUM.N.,16e6. 

B. i8S9, son of W. Jones, Anglesea. 
Formerly Assistant Master in Anglesea, 
and under London School Board ; frivate 
Tutor at Oxford. 

24 Gordon Street, W.C. ; Oxford. 

^••'^•y* Hudson Ti«^„,^^ ,fl«i 

KwlMUAkO. Devonport.1898. 

B. 1856, son of G. E. Kearley, Uxbridge. 
Ed. Surrey Ck>unty School, Cranleigh. M. 
1888, Selina, dau. of W. Chester, Blis- 
worth. Director Kearley & Tonge, Ltd., 
tea merchants. 

41 Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; Wittlngton, 
Marlow ; Gwylfa Hiraethog, Denbigh, N. 
Wales. C/wte— Reform, Devonshire. 

tKomp,Lt.-€ol.Oeorg«. L-gg-. Heywood, 

B. 1866, son of George Tawke Kemp, 
Beech wood, Rochdale, and Emily, dau. of 
Henry Kelsall. Ed. Shrewsbury and 
TriniEy Coll., Cambridge (B.A., 2nd Class 
Hons. Classical Tripos). M. 1896, Lady 
Beatrice Egerton, dau. of the Earl of 
Ellesmero. Director and Partner Kelsall 
& Kemp, Ltd., flannel manufacturers, 
Rodidale; Director Iiondou and Lanes. 
Life Assurance Co. ; Priv. Parliamentary 
Sec. to Mr. W. E. Macartney when Finan- 
cial Sec. Admiralty, 1895-1900; served in 
South Africa, 1900-1902 (despatches); was 
granted rank of Hon. Lt.-CoL in the Army 
on resigning commission in Imperial Yeo- 
manry, 1902 ; played in Cambridge Eleven 
and Lancashire Ck)unty, and represented 
Cambridge against Oxford at tennis; 
joined Liberal Party, 1904. 
71 Portland Place, W. ; Lingholme, Kea- 
ick. OTtrfw— White's, Pratt^s, Garrick. 



wick. 

Kitflon, SiF Jamos, Bt. 

B. 1835, son of James Kitson. engineer, 
Leeds. Ed. University ColL, London. M. 



Torln., Colne 
Valley, 1802. 



ttflt) I860. Emily (d. 1873), dau. of Joseph 
CUff, Leeds; and (2nd) 1881. Mary Laura, 
dau. of E. Fisher Smith, Dudley. Iron and 
steel manufacturer, and locomotive engine 
builder, at Leeds; Pres. Iron and Steel 
Institute, 1888-90; Bessemer Gold Medal- 
list; formerly Pres. Leeds Chamber of 
Commerce ; 1st Lord Mayor, Leeds ; l^res. 
National Liberal Federation for six years ; 
Bt, 1886. Unsuccessfully contested Leeds, 
Central (1886). 

^ 105 Pall MalL S.W. ; Gledhow Hall, 
Leeds. C/k&a— Reform, NaUonal Liberal, 
Burlington Fine Arts. 
_ _ - „ Windsor, iae&4. 

lAboaohero, Henry* Midaieaex. iser-a 

Northauipton. 1880. 

B. 1831, son of John Labouchere, Broome 
HalL Dorking, and Mary, dau. of James 
du Pr6, M.P., Wilton Park, Bucks, and 
nephew of Lord Taunton, sometime Chief 
Sec. for Ireland and Sec. of State for 
Colonies. Ed. Eton. M. 1868, Henrietta, 
dau. of James Hodson. Dublin. Entered 
Diplomatic Service, 1854 (retired 1884): 
founder and proprietor of Tnith. Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Middlesex (1868), and 
Nottingham (1874). 

10 Carteret Street, Queen Anne's Gate, 
aw. ; Villa Christina, Santa Marta, Flo- 
rence. Cfiibs— Reform, Union, National 
Liberal, St James's. 

Lamberty George. Dexon, South Molton, lasi. 

B. 1866, son of George Lambert, Spreyton, 
Devon. Ed. North Tawton Gram. School. 
M. 1904, Barbara, dau. of George Stavers, 
Morpeth, Northumberland. A farmer; 
member Agricultural Commission, 1893; 
member Devonshire C.C, 1888; J.P., 
Devonshire. 

Sprevton, Bow, N. Devon. CZirfw— Re- 
form, National Liberal. 

liftntfley, BAtty. Sheffield, AttercUHe, 16M. 

B. 1834, son of T. Langley, Uppingham, 
Rutland. A timber merchant ; has taken 

Erominent part for many years in public 
fe in Sheffield (Mayor, 1898) ; Alderman 
Sheffield ; J.P., Sheffield and Yorks. 

Langhill, Sheffield. Club — National 
Liberal. 

Carlisle, ISUMtS. 
liaweon. Sir Carlisle, leee-ss. 

urilfkHfl n* Cuiuberland, Coekermonth, 

IVUma, BC 1886.1800. 

Cornwall, Camborne, 190B. 

B. 1829, eldest son of Sir W. Lawson, 1st 
Bt Ed. privately. M. 1860, Mary Pock- 
lington. Unsuccessfully contested West 
Oimberland (1857), Carlisle (1865), and 
Cumberland, Cockermouth (1885 and 1900) 

House of Commons, Westminster, S. W. ; 
Brayton, Cumberland. CZii&— Reform. 



Deronflhire, I'orqnay, 
1900. 



lAyland-Barratt, 
Franois. 

B. 1800, son of Francis Barratt, St. 
Austell. Ed. privately and at Trinity 



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Hall, Cambridge (M.A., LL.R) M. 1884, 
Frances, dau. of Thomas Liayland, Stone- 
house, Wallasey. Cheshire. D.L., J.P., 
and Alderman Cornwall; High Sheriff, 
18B7. Unsuccessfully contested Devon, 
Torquay (1896). 

68 Cadogan Sauare, S.W. ; Tregame 
Lodge, St. Austell; The Manor House, 
Torquay. Clubs — Reform, Devonshire, 
Natto 



Clonal Liberal. 



I<<a « «, Sir Joseph 
FrancU, KXL 



Lanes., Accrington, 189S. 



B. 18A5, son of Joseph Leese, Altrincham, 
Cheshire. Ed. privately, in London, and 
Cambridge Univ. M. 1867, Mary Con- 
stance, dau. of William Hargreaves, Send, 
Surrey. A barrister ; OC., 1891 ; Bencher 
(Inner Temple), 1898: Recorder of Man- 
chester, 1803; Kt., 1895. Unsuccessfully 
contested Preston (1868), Lanes., Accring- 
ton (1886). 

Queen Anne's Mansions; Hook Heath 
House, Woking, Surrey. Ciu6— Reform. 



littigh, Sip Joseph. 



Stockport, 18tt-6. 
Stod^rt, 1900. 

B. 1811. son of Thomas Leigh, Stockport. 
Ed. Stockport Gram. School and privately. 
M. 1868, Alice A., dau. of Daniel Adamson, 
First Chairman and a first Director Man- 
chester Ship Canal; member Stockport 
Corporation since 1874 . Mayor for i years ; 
Honorary Freeman Stockport; takes a 
great interest in technical education; 
Chevalier de la Legion dHonneur; Itt. 
1891. Unsuccessfully contested Stockport 
(1885, 1886, and 1895). 

The Towers, Didsbury. C^ufr— Reform. 

IiOntf, Sir John,. JbltoD. Dundee, 188». 

B. 1828, son of Adam Leng, Hull. Ed. 
privately and at Hull Gram. School. 
M. (Ist), Emily (d. 1874), dau. of W. Cook, 
Beverley; and (2nd), Mi^y, dau. of James 
Low. Kirriemuir. Sub-Editor. HuU Ad- 
vertiser, 1847-51: Managing Editor, Pro- 
prietory and Publisher Dundee Advertiser, 
1851, and subsequently of the People's 
Journal, Peqvle^s Fnend, and Evening 
Telegraph; Chairman John Leng & Co., 
Ltd., piiblishers, 1903; hon. LL.D., St. An- 
drews; Kt, 1893: D.L., Dundee; J.P.,Fife 
and Forfar. Published works— -America 
in 1876, and numerous political, financial, 
and social pamphlets, descriptive of tours 
in India, Ceylon, Egypt, &c. 

House of Commons, Westminster, S. W. ; 
Kinbrae, Newport, Fife, awfts— National 
Liberal ; Eastern, Dundee. 

IiOVy, Maurice. Leicestenhire. Mid, ISOO. 

B. 1859, son of Joseph and Cordelia Levy. 
Ed. privately and London Univ. M. 1885, 
Elise Ray, dau. of Max and Ray Zossen- 
heim. Life Director Hart & Levy, Ltd., 
Leicester and London. 



16 St. James's Place, S. W. ; Humberstone 
Hall, Leicester. C2im>8— Reform, National 
Liberal, Leicester and County Liberal, &c. 



Lewis, John Herbert. Flint ]>iBtrict,i80a. 

B. 1858, son of £. Lewis, Mostyn, Flint- 
shire, and Catherine, dau. of M. Roberts, 
Plas Llangwyfan, Denbighshire. Ed. Den- 
bigh Gram. School, Montreal Univ., and 
Exeter ColL, Oxford. M. (1st) 1886, Ade- 
laide (d. 1895), dau. of Charles Hughes, 
Wrexham; and (2nd) 1897, Ruth, dau. of 
W. S. Caine, M.P. A solicitor; Chairman 
Flintshire C.C, 188&^; Chainnan Joint 
Education Conomittee and County Govern- 
ing Body of Intermediate Schools, 1889-1904. 

42 Grosvenor Road, S.W. ; Penucha, 
Ceierwys, Flintshire. Clvbs — Reform, 
National Liberal. 



Lloyd-Oeorge, 
David. 



CarnATvoa District, 1890. 



B. 1863, son of William George, Master 
of Hope Street Unitarian Schools, Liver- 
pool, and Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. David 
Lloyd, Baptist minister, Llanystumdwy, 
Carnarvonshire. Ed. Llanystumdwy 
Church Schools and privately. M. 1888, 
Margaret, dau. of Richard Owen» Mynydd 
Ednyf ed, Criccieth. A solicitor. 

Glensome House, Wandsworth Com- 
mon, S.W. ; Brynawelon, Criccieth. 
CiMfr-National Liberal. 



Iioufh, Thomas. we8ti8Uii«ton,i89a. 

B. 1850, son of Matthew Lough, Cavan, 
and Martha, dau. of William Steel. Ed. 
Royal School, Cavan. and Wesley College. 
Dublin. M. 1880. EdSto^Helen, dau. of Sie 
Rev. John Mills. Wholesale tea mer- 
chant in Eastcheap since 1880 ; one of the 
founders Home Rule Union, 1886 (some 
time Hon. Sec.) ; founded London Reform 
Union (Chairman for nine years) ; member 
Royal Archaeological Society of Ireland ; 
member Royal Statistical Society. Pub- 
lished vfOTks^Qlimpses of Early Ireland ; 
Enpland's Wealth, Irdund's Poverty; 
and other works and articles on Irish 
financial relations^ Free Trade, and the 
sugar question. Unsuccessfully contested 
Cornwall, Truro (1886). 
^14 Dean's Yard. Westminster, S.W.: 
Drom Mulla6, Kiileshandra, co. Cavaif, 
Ireland. <^m6«— Reform ; National Liberal : 
Eighty; St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. 

Iiyell, Charles Henry. Dorset, e., iwa. 

B. 1875, only son of Sir Leonard Lyell, 
Bt, Kinnordy, and Mary, dau. of Rev. 
J. M. Stirling. Ed. Eton and New ColL, 
Oxford. 

48 Eaton Place, S. W. ; Kinnordy, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. C7wb— Reform. 



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JwneiM-I.™'""'* C«nberwen.N..l«)0. 

B. 1861, son. of Sergt. Macnamara, of 
47th <IiOyal N. Lancashire) Regt. Ed. St. 
Thomas School, Exeter, and Borouffh Rd. 
TraininfiT College for Teachers. M. 1886, 
Rachel, dau. of Angus Cameron, Bristol. 
A school teacher, Huddersfleld and Bristol ; 
member London School Board, 1891-19(h ; 
Past Prea. National Union of Teachers ; Fel- 
low Institute of Journalists; hon.LL.D.,St. 
Andrews. Published works— many works 
on education and other social questions. 
Unsuccessfully contested Deptford (1895). 

Clontarf, Rollscourt Avenue, Heme 
Hm,S.£. C/ic(»«-National Liberal, Eighty. 



Manslleld, Horace .i^^ a».i^<„« lom 

B. 1863, son of Cornelius and Harriet 
Mansfield, Stratford, Essex. Ed. London 
and Portsmouth. M. 1885, Mary Anne, 
dau. of Rev. W. Rose, Retford, Notts. 
A manufacturer of clay goods : Primitive 
Methodist lay preacher, a life-long ab- 
stahier, and Sunday-school teacher for 
twenty-five years ; J.P., Derbyshire. 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S.W; Church Greslev, Burton-on-Ti-ont ; 
Broom Leys, Ck>alville, near Leicester. 
««6— National Liberal. 



Mappiii, Sir Frederick 
Tnorpe, Bt. 



East Betford, 

Yorks., Hallam- 
Bhire. 1886. 

B. 1821, son of Joseph Mappin, Sheffield, 
and Mary Ann, dau. of Thomas Thorpe. 
Ed. privately at Sheffield. M. 1844, Maiy 
Croesley, dau. of John Wilson, Sheffield. 
Bt., im 

38 Prince's Gate, S.W., Thomburv, Shef- 
field. Clauds— Reform, National Liberal. 



Mansfield, 1900. 

B. 1866, son of Charles Markham, J.P., 
Tapton Hall, Chesterfield, and grandson 
of Sir Joseph Paxton. Ed. Rugby. M. 
1886, Lucy, dau. of Capt A. B. Cunning- 
ham, late R. A. Director Markham & Co., 
engineers, of the Tredegar Coal and Iron 
Co., and of the Hickleton Main Colliery 
Co., Ltd. ; formerly Capt. Srd Sherwood 
Foresters ; J.P., Leicestershire and Derby- 
shire. 

Stuiflfynwood Hall, Mansfield. Clvb— 
Reform. 



McArtiiar, vrilliam comwau, st Atuteu. 
Alexander. 1887. 

B. 1857, son of Alex. McArthur. M.P. for 
Leicester, and Maria Bowden.dau. of Rev. 
W. B. Boyce. Ed. privately. M. 1890, 
Florence Creemer, dau. of J. C. Clarke, 
M.P. for Abingdon. Partner W. & A. 
McArthur, Ltd. ; Director Bank of Austra- 
lasia ; Jumor Lord of tiie Treasury, 1892-5; 



one of the Liberal Whips. Unsuccessfully 
contested Yorks., Buckrose (1886). 

12 Buckingham Gate, a W. ; Purbright, 
Chipstead, Surrey. Ofwda— Reform, Dev- 
onshire, City Liberal, National Liberal, 
Garrick; Union, Sydney ; Australian j Syd- 
ney; Melbourne. 

McCrae, George. Edinburgh, e., uw. 

Born 1860/ Ed. Lancasterian School, 
Edinburgh. M. 1880, Eliza Cameron Rus- 
sell. Entered Edinburgh Town Council, 
1889; City Treasurer and Chairman Fi- 
nance Committee, 1891-9 ; J.P., Edinburgh ; 
Lt.-Col. 4th V.B. Royal Scots ; Transport 
and Supply Officer, 1st Lothian Brigade. 
Published -wovks— Municipal FHnance: 
Lectures on Debt ContfersUm, Sec, 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S.W. ; Torluish, Grange. Edinburgh. 
C^tibs— National Liberal, Scottish Liberal. 

MoKenna, Reginald. MongouthBhire, n.. 

B. 1863, son of William Columban 
McKenna and Emma, dau. of Charles 
Hanby. Ed. privately abroad. King's 
Coll., London, and Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge. Called to the Bar, 1887 ; gave up 
practice on election to Parliament. Un- 
successfully contested Claphcun (1892). 

123 Sloane Street, S. W. O^i^Im— Brooks's, 
Reform. 

MclAren, Sir Charles gSStewhS** 
Benjamin Bright, Bt. ^^^S£fS92. 
B. 18S0, son of Duncan McLaren, M.P. 
for Edinburgh, and Priscilla, sister of 
John Bright. Ed. Edinburgh, Bonn, and 
Heidelberg Univs. (M.A. Edin., 1st Class 
Hons., 1870). M. 1877, Laura, dau. of 
H. D. Pochin, M.P. for Stafford. Called to 
the Bar, 1874 ; Q.C., 1807 ; joined Northern 
Circuit; occasionally contributed to press ; 
Chairman Metropolitan Railway Co., and 
Palmer's Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. ; Deputy 
Chairman John Brown & Co., Ltd., ana 
other steel and coal Cos. ; a landowner 
in N. Wales ; J.P., Denbighshire ; Bt., 1902 ; 
one of original founders Eighty Club. 
Unsuccessfully contested Stafford (1886). 

43 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; Bodnent, 
Denbighshire ; Huders, Haslemere. Clubs 
—Reform, Savile, National Liberal, Auto- 
mobile, Eighty. 

Morgan, John Lloyd. c«^rth«idu«,w.. 

R 1861, son of Rev. W. Morgan, Pro- 
fessor Presbyterian Coll., Carmarthen. 
Ed. Tettenhall Coll., Staffs.; Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; and Trinity Hall, Cambridge 
<B.A.,1883). Called to the Bar, 1884; mem- 
ber South Welles Circuit. 

16 Arlington Street, S.W. ; 4 Harcourt 
Buildings, Temple, B.C. ; King Street, 
Carmarthen. CTwfr— Reform. 



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R 1847, son of Samnel Morley, M.P. for 
Bristol, and Rebecca Maria, dau. of Samuel 
Hope, banker, Liverpool. Ed. Trinity 
ColL, Cambridge (B.A.. 1870: M.A., 1874). 
Many yean a partner in J. s R Morley, 
Wood Street, E.C. ; Hon. Sec. Royal Col- 
lege of Music ; J.P., Berks, and Somerset. 
Unsuccessfully contested Somerset, £. 
<18B2). 

46 Bryanston Square, W. : Shockerwick 
House, nr. Bath. c/Zte^ii— Reform, Brooks's, 
Travellers', Athenaeum. 

Morley, Rt. Hon* NewcMlte^Tyne. 

R 1838, son of J. Morley, surgeon. Black- 
bum. £d. Cheltenham ColL and Lincoln 
ColL, Oxford (M.A., 1873). CaUed to the 
Bar, 1878, but never practised ; Bencher 
(Lincoln's Inn), 1893 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland, 
1886 and 1802-^ ; hon. D.C.L., Oxford ; hon. 
.LL.D., Cambridge, St. Andrews, and 
Glasgow; Member Order of Merit, 1902; 
hon. Fellow All Souls' ColL, Oxford, 1903 : 
a Trustee British Museum. Published 
works— //(/'e of Cobden : Edmund Burke ; 
Voltaire ; Oliver Oromtcell ; Life qf Glad- 



cessfuUy contested Westminster (1880), and 
Newcastle-on-Tyne (1895). 

Flowermead, Wimbledon Park. Club— 
Athenaeum. 



Mom, 8ama«L Denbighdiin. b., 1807. 

R 1858, son of Enoch Moss, of Rossett, 
Denbighshire. Ed. privately and Wor- 
cester ColL, Oxford (M.A.. RC.L.). M. 
1896, Eleanor Bythell, dau. of E. B. SamueL 
CaUed to the Bar, 1880; on North Wales 
and Chester Circuit ; Assistant Boundary 
Commissioner for Wales under Local 
Government (Boundaries) Act, 1887 ; first 
Vice-chairman, and for four years Chair- 
man Denbighshire C.C. Published work— 
JSSnglish Land Laws, 

3 (North) King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
E.C. ; 50 Hough Green, Chester. Cluba— 
National Liberal. Grosvenor, Chester. 



MonitoB, John 
Fletohep, ¥LC^ 
F.R.B. 



ClaphMD, 1885^ 
Harknev, 8.. ISM-S. 
Corawau, L»tinc«ston, 



B. 1844, son of Rev. James Sgan Moulton. 
Ed. New Kingswood School, Bath, and St. 
John's ColL, Cambridge (Senior Wrangler, 
1888, and First Smith's Priseman; Gold 
Medallist for Mathematics at London 
Univ. : Fellow of Christ's ColL. Cambridge, 
1873). M. (1st), 1875, Clara (d. 1888), widow^ of 
R W. Thomson, Edinburgh ; and (2nd) 1901, 
Mary May, dau. Major H. Da vies, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., and Naples. C'alled to the Bar, 
1874; Q.C., 1885; F.RS.; Chevalier de la 



Legion d'Honneur. UntuooeMfuUy con- 
tested Clapham (1886), and Hackney, S. 
(1895). 

57 Onslow Square, S.W.; 11 King's 
Bench Walk, l^mple. E.C. C/ute— Re- 
form. National, (Warrick, Savage. 

Nftwnea, Blv Oaor^e, ^•gJfj.N*''"*'*"*- 

B^ SwaasM Town, 1900. 

R 1851, son of Rev. T. Mold Newnes. 
MaUoclc, and of the dau. of Daniel 
Urquhart. Dundee. Ed. Silcoates Hall, 
Wakefield ; Shireland HaU, Warwickshire ; 
and City of London SchooL M. 1875, Pris- 
cilla, dau. of Rev. J. Hillvard, Leicester. 
Founder Gtoorge Newnes, Ltd. ; proprietor 
Westminster OazetU; Bt.. 1805; J. P., 
Devonshire. Unsuocessfully contested 
Cambs., Newmarket (1805). 

WildciofL Putney Heath, S.W. ; Holler- 
day Hill. Lynton, N. Devon. Clubs — 
Devonshire, National Liberal. 



Normftllt Henry. WolTerhunpton. 8., 1900. 

R 1856, son of Henrv and Sarah Edna 
Norman. Ed. privateiv in France, and 
Harvard (RA.) and Leipziir Univs. For- 
merly on editorial staff Pail Mall Gazette 
and JktUy Chronicle (assistant editor, 
189^9) ; has travelled extensively in United 
States, Canada, Russia, Central Asia, and 
the Near and the Far East; member 
Councils Society of Authors and British 
Empire League, and Committee Auto- 
mobile Club : Commander Order of the Sav- 
iour; Guardian of Standard of Wrought 
Plate, Birmingham; founder (1902) and 
editor IVoritVa Work, Published works 
—The Real Japan : The Peoples andPoli- 
ties of the Far East; All the Jtussiajt ; 
Motors and Men^ &c. 

33 St. Thomas Mansions, a W. ; Alton, 
Hants. Clubs— SnYile, Devonshire, Na- 
tional Liberal, Automobile, Sesame, 
Omar Khayy&m. 



MoptoB, Oapt. Caoil 
William. 



NewlnRton.W.,1893. 



R 1850, son Of Rev. W. Norton, rector of 
Baltinglass. Ireland, and Caroline, dau. 
of G. Riddick, Triton Lodge, co. Louth. 
Ed. abroad; Trinity ColL, Dublin; R.M.C., 
Sandhurst; and Staff ColL (Double Prize- 
man T.C.D. and RM.C.). M. (Ist) 1880, 
Cecilia (d. 1898), dau. of J. Kennedy and 
widow of W. T. Cavendish. Thornton 
HalL Bucks; and (2nd) 1903, Marguerite, 
dau. of C. P. Huntington (formerly M.P. 
for Darwen), The Clock House, Chelsea. 
Entered 5th (Royal Irish) lAnoers as 
Comet, 1870; served some years in India; 
Captain, 1876; Brigade-Maior of Cavalry. 
Aldershot, 1881; retired, 1882; candidate 
for Portsmouth, 1882-4. Uns iccessfully 
contested Great Yarmouth {lti.5 and 1886). 

22 Barkstone Gardens, S.W. dubs- 
Reform, National LiberaL 



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Nuflsay, Thomas 
WUlmiiB. 



Pontefimet. 1898. 



B. 1868, son of Thomas Nussey, Bram- 
ley Orange, York. Ed. Leamington School 
and Trinity HaU, Cambridfire. M. 1807, 
Edith, dau. of Mn. Daniel, Saxefleld, 
Scarborough. Called to the Bar, 1803; 
J.P. and D.L., Yorks., North Riding. Un- 
successfully contested Maidstone (1882). 

Bramley Grange, Themer, Leeds; llie 
Ruahwood, Taniield. Bedale, Yorks. 
e2ttl»9— Brooks's, Eighty. 

Palmar, Sir Charlaa Dnrham. n., wii^. 

Mark, Bt. Dnrhun. Jamw, IWS. 

B. 1822, son of George Palmer. M. (1st) 
1846, Jane (d. 1865), dan. of Ebenezer Rob- 
son, Newcastle; (2nd) 1867, Augusta (d. 
1875), dau. of Albert Lambert, Paris; 
and (3rd) 1877, Gertrude, dau. of James 
Montgomery, D.Lm Cranford, Middlesex. 
Founder Palmer Iron and Shipbuilding 
Co.. Jarrow ; owner of coUeries in North- 
umberland and Durham; Commander 
Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus of 
Italy; Hon. CoL 1st Durham Engineer 
Vols. and. Submarine Mines Ei^neer 
Vols. ; J.P. and D.L., Durham and Yorks., 
N.Riding. Unsuccessfully contested South 
Shields (1868). 

37 Curaon Street. W. ; Grinkle Park, 
Loftus, Yorks. ; Newcastle - on - Tyne. 
C/t«l»s— Brooks's, Reform. 

Parroti, William* Torlo., Nomanton. 1904. 

B. 1843, son of James and Susannah 
Parrott. Ed., self-taus^ht. M. 1868, Eliza 
Thompson, Methley. Yorks. Began work 
in a brickyard when 8 /ears old; in 
a fiictory when 9; in a coai-pit when not 
quite 10; a colliery check-weighman 
when 30; Miners' Agent W. Yorks.. 1877; 
Miners* Agent Yorks. Miners' Association, 
1881 (General and Corresponding Sec., 
1904); formerly member and Vice-Chair- 
man Bamsley School Board; member 
Bamsley Town Council for last 9 years. 

5 Craven Street, Strand, W.C. ; 2 Hud- 
dersfleld Road, Barnsley, Yorks. dubs— 
Leeds and County Liberal, Wakefield 
LiberaL 



Partikitftoii, Oswald. 



I>ert>y«liire, High 
Peak, 1900. 



B. 1872, son of Edward Partington, J.P., 
Baston, Glossop, and Westwood Park, 
Droitwich. Ed. Rossall School M. 1902, 
Hon. Clara Isabel Murray, daughter of 
10th Lord EUbank. Formerly Capt. 4th 
VoL Batt. Cheshire Regt. 

18 Cadogan Scmare, S. W. ; Easton, Glos- 
sop; WestwoodPark, Droitwich. Clubs— 
Brooks's, Bachelors', Reform. 



I>mluun, BUbap Ancle- 
land, 1886. 



Paulton, Jaiaea 
Mellor. 

B. 1857, son of A. W. Paulton, Bolton, 
and Martha, dau. of James Mellor, 



Liverpool. Ed. privately. International 
ColL, and Trinity HfOL Cambridge ( a A., 
History Tripos, 1880). Travelled in Egypt, 
1883; war correspondent Soudan Cam- 
paign, 1884 ; went voyage round world to 
Australia, New Zealand, &c., 1800-1; 
visited South Africa (Rhodesia, Transvaal, 
Natal, and Cape Colony). 1897-8 ; Priv. Sec. 
to Mr. James Bryoe. M.P., 1881-2; Priv. 
Pari. Sec. to Mr. Childers when Home 
Sec., 1886; Priv. Pari Sec. to Mr. Asquith 
when Home Sec, 1802-^5 ; Hon. Sec. Liberal 
League since 1908. Published works — 
journalistio and sporting essays, cam- 
paigning and travel articles. 

79a Pall Mall, S.W. ; Boughton Hall, 
Send, Surrey. Olwlui— Brooks's, Beefsteak, 
National Liberal. 

PaarsoB, Sir Waatman t,^y,,„^ ,«- 
DleklnMn. Bt. Coii?h«ter. 18B6. 

B. 1856, son of George Pearson. Brick- 
endonbury, Hertford, and Sarah, dau. 
of Weetman Dickinson, High Hoyland, 
Yorks. Ed. privately. M. 1881, Annie, 
dau. of Sir John Cass, Bradford, Yorks. 
His firm, S. Pearson 9c Son, Ltd., contract- 
ors. Westminster, constructed the Black- 
wall Tunnel, and are now constructing 
the Admiralty Harbour at Dover, the 
subaqueous tunnels between New York 
and Brooklyn, and many other important 
works abroad. They possess large and 
varied interests in Mexico, and as partners 
of the Mexican Government control the 
Tehuantepec Railway and Ports, which 
when completed are expected to share 
with the Panama Railway the American 
Transcontinental trafilc; Bt, 1894. Un- 
successfully contested Colchester (1802). 

16 Carlton House Terrace, W. ; Paddock- 
hui'st. Worth, Sussex. C/i*5— Reform. 

PaaM, JoMph ^^SSJ'^*** '^^•^* 

Albert* Emcx. saffron Walden. 1901. 

B. 1800, son of Sir Joseph Pease, Bt, 
M.P., and Mary* dau. of Alfred Fox, 
Falmouth. Ed. Tottenham School and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B. A., 1881 ; M,A., 
1884). M. 1886, Ethel, dau. of Mal.-Qen. 
Sir Henry Ha velock- Allan, Bt, M.P., V.C. 



Member Guisbro' School Board, «<Ki.r-T«, 
Mayor Darlington, 1889-90; member 
Durham C.C, lS9-1904 ; J.P., Durham and 
Yorks., North Riding; D.L., oo. Durham; 
Priv. Pari. Sec. (unpaid) to Mr. John 
Morley when Chief Sec. for Ireland. 1892-5 ; 
a Liberal Whip. Published works— leaflets 
on slavery and various political pamph- 
lets. Unsuccessfully contested Northum- 
berland, Tyneside (190O). 

8 Hertford Street W. ; Headlam Hall, 
Gainford. aulw— Brooks's, Turf, M.C.C. 



Parks, Robart 
WUuam. 



Lines., Louth. 1801. 



B. 1849, son of Rev. G. T. Perks. Pros. 
Wesleyan Conference. Ed. New Kings- 
wood School, Bath, and King's ColL, Lon- 
don. M. 1878, Edith, dau. of W. Mewburn, 



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Wykham P&rk, Banbury. Practised as 
a Holicitor in partnership with Sir H. H. 
Fowler, 1876-1900; associated with T. A. 
Walker in construction of Barry Docks 
and Railways, Preston Docks, Buenos 
Ayres Harbour works, and Manchester 
Ship Canal : Director and partner C. H. 
Walker Sc Co., Ltd., contractors ; Chair- 
man T. Owen Sc Co., paper makers; 
Director Liancashire and Derbyshire Rail- 
waT; Chairman Metropolitan District 
Railway ; Hon. Treas. Wesleyan Methodist 
Twentieth Century Million Fund, Free 
Church Congress, and London Wesleyan 
Mission; Hon. Treas. Liberal League; 
J.P., Kent. 

11 Kensington Palace Gardens, W. ; Wyk- 
ham Park, Banbury; Claverloy, Little- 
stone, Kent. Ciiiiw— National Liberal; City 
Liberal ; Ref onn, Manchester. 



PhlllpM, John 
Wyaford. 

B. 1800, eldest son of Rev. Sir James 
Erasmus Philipps^t., and MaryMargaret, 
dau. of Hon. and Rev. Samuel Best, rector 
of Abbots Ann. £d. Felsted School and 
Keble CoU., Oxford. M. 18^ Nora, dau. of 
I. Oerstenberg, Stockleigh House, London. 
Called to the Bar. 1895, Unsuccessfully 
contested Wilts., Devizes (1888). 

Lydstep Haven, Penally, Pembrokeshire ; 
Roch CasUe, Pembrokeshire. Clvba — 
Devonshire, Wellington, National Liberal. 



ark. Mid. U 
itwokeahin, 



A1)erd«en. M., 1896. 



Pirie, Dnnoaji 

B. 1868, son of Gordon Pirie, Chateau 
de Varennes, France, and Valentine, dau. 
of Comte Rousseau de Labrosse. £d. 
Trinity ColL, Glenalmond, and Clifton Coll. 
M. 1894, Evelyn, dau. of 17th Baron Sompill. 
Entered Army from Aberdeenshire Militia, 
1879; served m Egyptian war, 1882 <A.D.C. 
to Sir Gerald Graham), in Soudan war, 
1884 (present at El Teb and Temal). and 
in Nile Expedition, 1884^; mentioned 
in despatches twice, and has medal with 
four clasps ; A.D,C. to Governor of Ceylon, 
1880^; retired from Army as Capt. 3ra 
Hussars, 1898 ; organized relief of wounded 
in Greece during Greco-Turkish war, 1897 ; 
served in South Africa, 1899-1900; D.L., 
Aberdeen. Unsuccessfully contested Ren- 
frewshire, W. (1895). 

Caskieben, Kinaldie, Aberdeenshire. 
C/w^s— National Liberal; Bachelors*; Royal 
Northern, Aberdeen. 

Price, Robert John, Norfolk, e., isqs. 

B. 1854, son of Edward Price, contractor, 
Highgate. Ed. Cholmeley School, Hi^^h- 
gaco, and University Coll. Hospital. M. 
1881,Ev€i, dau. of J. W. Johns (formerly M.P. 
for Warwickshire), Nuneaton. M.R. C. S. , 
1876 : called to the Bar, 1883. 

6 Sussex Mansions, S. W. ; The Thatched 
House, Wroxham, Norfolk ; Bank, Lynd- 
hurst, Hants. Ciitfr— National Liberal. 



Priestley, Arthur* Onntham, 1900. 

B. 1884, son of Briggs Priestley (formerly 
M.P. for Yorks., Pudsey). Bradford. Ed. 
privately. J. P., Grantham and Lines., 
Kesteven. Unsuccessfully contested Lines. , 
Stamford (1890, 1892, and 1885). 

42 Curzon Street, W. ; Hungerton Hall, 
Grantham., 



Rea, RusselL Gk>iicMt«r.i9oa 

B. 1846, son of Daniel K. Rea, Bskdale, 
Cumberland, and BUsabetk, dau. of Joseph 
Russell, shipbuilder, Liverpool. £d. pri- 
vately. M. 1872, Jane PhiUp, dau. of P. L. 
MacTaggart, LiverpooL Founder and 
senior partner R. and J. H. Rea, steam- 
ship owners and merchants ; late Deputy- 
Chairman Taff Vale Railway Co. Pub- 
lished works— various articles and pam- 
phlets on economic subjects. Unsuccess- 
fully contested Liverpool, Exchange (1897). 

22 Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead. N.W. ; 
4WhitehaUCourt,8.W. Cftite— Reform, 
National Liberal, Gloucester. 



Meekltt, Harold 
James. 



Ponteiraci. 1896. 
lines., Brigg, ISW. 



B. 1868. eldest son of Sir James Reckitt, 
Bt. Ed. Oliver's Mount School, Scar- 
borough, and King's Coll., Cambridge 
(LL.B.). M. 1899, Christine, dau. of Alex- 
ander Howden, Holland Park, W. Called 
to the Bar, 1892; Sheriff HuU, 1896-9; 
J.P., Yorks., E. Riding. Unsuccessfully 
contested Yorks., Thirskand Malton (1892), 
and Lines., Brigg (1894) ; unseated on peti- 
tion, Pontefract (1893). 

1 Wilton Terrace, S.W.; Wlnestead 
Hall, Hull. C/ubs— Reform, Bath, National 
LiberaL 



Reed, Bir Edward Pembroke District, 1£74«). 
Jamee, K.C.B., Cardiff Di8tiiet,ieso-W. 

F.R.8. Cardiff District, 1900. 

B. 1890, son of John Reed, Sheemess. 
Ed. School of Mathematics and Naval In- 
struction, Portsmouth. M. 185L Rosetta, 
dau. of Nathaniel Bamaby, Sheerness. 
Chief Constructor of the Nary, l88»-tO; 
Vioe-Pres. Inst. Naval Architects ; member 
Inst. Civil Engineers and Inst. Mechanical 
Ennneers ; Knight of Stanislaus of Russia, 
of Rising Sun of Japan, and of the Med- 
jidie ; Commander Order of Francis Joseph 
of Austria; K.C.B.^ 1880; a Lord of the 
Treasury. 1886. Published works— Our 
Iron-dad Ships : Letters from Russia in 
1875; Japan; The StaMlUy of Ships; 
Fort Minster, M.P. ; Modem Ships of 
War (with Admiral Simpson); Poems, 
Unsuccessfully contested Hull (187S). 

Broadway Chambers, Westminster, 
S. W. ; The Lodge, Ascot. Of i*b— National 
LiberaL 



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Hereford, 18^0^. 
I>uiDfries DMrict, 1866. 



R«ld, Sir RelNM^ 

O.CUM.Q^ K.a 

B. im, son of Sir James John Reid, 
Monswald Place, Dnmfries- shire. Ed. 
Cheltenham and Balliol CoU., Oxford 
(Demy of Magdalen Coll. and Scholar of 
Balliol Coa; Ist Class Mods., 1806; Ist 
Class Lit Hum. and Ireland Scholar, 1888). 
M. 1871, BmUy Douglas (d. 1904), dan. of 
Capt. Fleming. C^ed to the Bar, 1871 ; 
joined Oxford Circuit ; Q.C., 1882 ; Bencher 
(Inner Temple), 1890; Solicitor - General, 
1804 (when knighted) ; Attorney-General, 
1894-5; Univer^ty Counsel, Oxford, since 
1890 ; G.C.M.G. forservioes on Venesuelan 
Boundary Arbitration Commission, 1890; 
J.P., Ejent and Cinque Ports. 

8 Eaton Square, 8. W. ; Kingsdown, near 
Dover. CS««m— Brooks's, National Liberal. 

RiohaFda, Thomas. Monmonthdiira, w., uoa. 

B. 1850. Ed. British School, Beaufort, 
Ebbw Yale. M. 1880, E. E. Thomas, dau. 
of David and Margaret Thomas, Beaufort. 
Began work in a coal-pit at 12 ; became 
Miners' Agent Bbbw Vale Co.'s workmen, 
1888; member Sliding Scale Joint Com- 
mittee; member Condliation Board ; first 
became prominent during revision of 
Sliding Scale agreement, 1890 ; appointed 
Gen. Sec. Minerar Federation, 1896 ; member 
Ebbw Vale District Council since 1805 
(Chainnan, 1901) ; ftnmerly member Llan- 
gattock School Board; member Mon- 
mouthshire C.CX 

Ty Cendl, Beaufort, Monmouthshiro. 



Bcarborongl^ 1885. 



Riokatt, Joaapli 
Compton. 

B. 1847, son of Joseph and Cordelia 
Ricketty Bast Hoathly, Sussex. Ed. 
chiefly privately. M. 1888, Catharine 
Sarah, dau. of. Rev. Henry J. Gamble, 
Upper Clapton. Largely interested in the 
coal trade and in the nour milling trade 
of London; formerly Chainnan Kickett, 
Cockerel], & Co., Ltd., and other com- 

S^niee ; retired from coal trade, 1902 ; has 
ken part in social and religious move- 
ments; a constant platform speaker in 
various parts of the country ; D.L., Yorks., 
N. Riding. Published works *- Jiotntea 
StrathgM; St Christopher wUh Psalm 
and Somp; The Christ that is to be; The 
QuickeniMo of Caliban: and contributions 
(verse, short stories, and articles) to jour- 
nalism. 

100 Lancaster Gate, W. ; Barham House, 
East Hoathly, Sussex; Qea Croft. Soar- 
borough. C2«68— Reform, National Liber- 
al, City Liberal. 

RlMf RiohaFd. WestmorUmd. Appleby, 1900. 

B. 1877, son of Alderman John Rigg, 
Windermere. Ed. Hawkshead Gram. 
School, Gonville and Caius Coll., Cam- 
bridge (M.A.), and abroad. M. 1904, Ger- 



trude, dau. of George Anderson, Stag- 
stones, near Penrith. Called to the Bar 
(Eng.), 1890, (Irish), 1902; keenly interested 
in local administration ; Poor Law Guar^ 
dian ; Freemason ; enthusiastic Friendly 
Society worker; Conservator Kent Fishery 
District; member Sea Fisheries Com- 
mittee ; first Liberal M.P. for Westmor- 
land ; has addressed upwards of 1500 
meetings during past six years in aO parts 
of Great Britain for Libeiul party. 

Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. ; 4 Brick 
Court, Temple, E.C. ; Applegarth, Winder- 
mere. C2«69— Reform, El^ty, National 
Liberal ; County, Kendal ; Royal Winder- 
mere Yacht. 

RobaPtS, John Bryn.- CamarronAIre, S.. 

B. 1843, son of Daniel Roberts, Bryn 
Adda, Bangor, and Anne, dau. of Griffith 
Jones, Plas Gwanas, near "Dolgelly. Ed. 
Cheltenham Gram. SchooL Solicitor, 1808 ; 
called to the Bar, 1880; Deputy Chairman 
Quarter Sessions ; J.P. and D.L., Carnar- 
vonshire. 

Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; Bryn 
Adda, Bangor. Ci«5— Reform. 



Denbighshire, W., 1802. 



Roberts, John 
Herbert. 

B. 1863, son of J. Roberts, M.P., Flint 
Ed. privately and Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(Hist Hons. 1884). M. 1893, Hannah Ru^- 
ton, dau. of W. S. Caine, M.P. J.P., Den- 
bighshire. Published work— -4 World 
Tour, 

Bryngwenallt, Abergele. CZwd— Reform. 

B. 1845, son of Edmund Robertson, Kin- 
naird, Perthshire. Ed. St Andrews y nlv. 
and Corpus Christi CoU., Oxford (Iht Class 
in • Classics ; Vinerian Scholar ; Fellow 
of Corpus Christi Coll., 1872). Called to 
the Bar, 1872; joined Northern Circuit; 
Bencher (Lincoln's Inn), 1898 ; Public Ex- 
aminer in Law (Oxford and Inns of Court) ; 
Reader on Law to Council of Legal Educa- 
tion; Civil Lord of Admiralty, 1892-6. 
Published works— -American Home Rule, 
and numerous contributions on legal and 
constitutional subjects to ninth edition of 
]&»cvcLopcBdia Britannioa. 

4 Essex Court, Temple, B.C. ; 95 Croxted 
Road, W. Dulwich, S.E. C/tt6— Reform. 

Rob«m.Wimam SJ" ^^rSSey. i885-r>. 

BnO'Vaoilt mLAJ* S. Shidds, uw. 

B. 1852, son of Robert Robson, J.P., 
Newcjistle-on-Tyne. Ed. privately and 
Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A., 1878; M.A.). M. 18OT, Catherine, 
dau. of C. Burge, Park Crescent, W. 
Called to the Bar, 1880; joined North- 
Eastern Circuit ; Q.C., 1802 ; Recorder of 



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Newcastle, 1805; Bencher (Inner TempleK 
1800. Unsuooessfnlly contested Tower 
Hamlets, Bow and Bromley (1886), and 
Middlesbio' (1802). 

26 Eaton Square, S.W. ; 11 King's Bench 
Walk, Temple, E.C. CTtibs— Brooks's, Re> 
form. 



R««, aip Tho 



Darby, 1900. 



Bom 1832, son of Thomas Roe, J.P., 
Derby. Ed. schools in Derby. M. 1008, 
Emily, dan. of Matthew Kiitley. Derby. 
Chairman Roe's Timber Co., Ltd. ; Mayor 
Derby, 1867-« and 180&-7; Kt, 1804; J.P., 
Derby and Derbyshire. Unsuccessfully 
contested Derby (1805). 

Ldtchurch, Derby. C/Wxs— Reform, Na- 
tional IdberaL 



CmdIm.. Newmarket, IMS. 



R(M«, ClUtPltti 

Day. 

B. 1847, son of Rt Hon. Sir John Rose, 
Bt. G.C.M.G., Montreal. Ed. Rugby. M. 
1871, Lily, dau. of J. R. Maclean, M.P. 
Formerly partner Morton, Rose, & Co. 
bankers. Unsuccessfully contested Cam- 
bridgeshire, Newmarket (1000). 

53BerkeleySquare,W.; HardwickHouse, 
Whitchurch, Oxon. CVubs— Turf, Reform, 
White's. 



RuBolmaB, Valtop. 



OUDiam. 180O-1900. 
DewBbnry, 190>. 

B. 1870, son of Walter Runclman, J.P.. 
Femwood House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, ana 
Annie, dau. of John Lawson, Blakemoor, 
Northumberland. Ed. Trinity CoU., Cam- 
bridge (B.A., 1802; M.A., 1805). M. 1806, 
Hilda, dau. of James C. Stevenson, M.P. 
for South Shields. A shipowner. Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Gravesend (1808), and 
Oldham (1000). 

15 Great College Street, Westminster, 
S.W. ; West Denton Hall, Scotswood-on- 
Tyne, Northumberland. C^ft6— Reform. 

tRusMlI, Thomft 
YiwMmam, 

B. 1841, son of David Russell and Isabella 
Wallace. Ed. Madras Academy, Cupar, 
Fife. M. (Ist) 1866, Harriet Wentworth 
(d. 1804), dau. of Thomas Agnew, Dun- 
gannon ; and (2nd) 1806, Martha, dau. 
of Lt.-Col. Keown, Castleroe, co. Derry. 
Settled in Ireland 1850; Sec. to various 
Temperance Sooieties, 1864^82 1^^ FarL Sec. 
Local Govt. Board, 1805-1000; founder of 
new Irish Land Movement; has left 
Unionist party. Unsuccessfully contested 
Preston as a Liberal (1865). 

00 Ashley Gardens, S.W. ; 102, 103, ft 104, 
St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. C!fu6--Ulster 
Reform, Belfast. 



Tyrone, 8., 1886. 



IjOuIs.' YorlK., Cleveland, 1908. 

B. 1870, son of Edwin L. Samuel, banker, 
and Clara, dau. of EUis S. Yates, Liverpool. 



Ed. University Coll. School and Balliol 
Coll., Oxford (Ist Class Honours, Modem 
History, 1883). M. 1807, Beatrice, dau. of 
Ellis A. Franklin. Pres. Russell and Social 
Science Clubs, Oxford. Published works 
--lAberaUsm: Us PrineipUs and Pro- 
po8al8^ and numerous political articles 
and pamphlets. Unsuccessfully contested 
Oxfordshire, a (1805 and 1000). 

88 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 
C2ti&— National Liberal. 

Saniaal, BtlUUPt Tower Hamleto. Whlte- 

Montatftt. cbftpei, 1900. 

B. 1856, son of Edwin L. Samuel, banker, 
and Clara, dau. of Ellis S. Yates, Liver- 
pool. Ed. Liverpool Institute and Uni- 
versity ColL School, London. M. 1803, Ida 
Mayer, dau.of Alph^nse Mayer. A banker ; 
J.P., London oo. 

12 HiU Street, Mayfair, W. 

■rSSi?- ^*''"- Manehe.ter,N.18e6. 

B, 1844, son of Frederick Schwann, Lon- 
don, and Henrietta, daU. of Rev. Edmund 
Keli, Birmingham. Ed. Huddersfleld Coll. 
and Univernty Coll., Ijondon. M. 1876, 
Elizabeth, dau. of David Duncan, Man- 
chester. Pres. Manchester Liberal Federa- 
tion and M5 Club ; carried measure which 
gave Municipal and School Board votes 
to policemen. Unsuccessfully contested 
Manchester, N. (1885). 

4 Prince's Gardens, S.W. Clwbcr— Re- 
form : National Liberal ; Reform, Union, 
Manchester. 



Lanos.. Leigh, ISOS. 



Boott, Charlas 
Preatwioli. 

B. 1846, son of Russell Scott and Isabella, 
dau. of Joseph Prestwich. Ed. privately 
and Corpus Christi CoU., Oxford. M. 
1874, Racnel Susan, dau. of Rev. John 
Cook, D.D., Professor St. Andrews Univ. 
Editor since 1872 of the Manche4ster 
Ouardian; partner Tayler, Garnett, & 
Co., proprietors of the Manchester Guar- 
dian ; member governing bodies of Vic- 
toria Univ. of Manchester, Univ. of 
Liverpool, and Manchester Gram. School ; 
J.P., Manchester. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Manchester, N.E. (1886, 1801, and 
1802). 

The Firs, Fallowfleld, Manchester. 
CIttfts— Reform ; Reform, Union, Man- 
chester. 

D.S«0. 

B. 1868, son of Sir Charles Seely, Bt, 
M.P. for Nottingham. Ed. Harrow and 
Trinity <3oU., Cambridge. M. 1805. Emily 
Florence, dau. of Hon. H. G. L. Crichton. 
Called to the Bar, 1807 ; Major Hampshire 
Yeomanry; served with Imperial Yeo- 
manry in South Africa, 1000-1; J.P., 



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5d 



Hants ; D.L., Isle of Wight ; left Unionist 
Iiarty, 1904. 

Brook Honse, Isle of Wigrht dubs— 
Cavalry, White'a 



Lftnes., CUtheroe, 
1903. 



Sliaoklatoii, David 
JamMu 

B. 1883, son of William and Margaret 
I Shackleton, llossendale. Ed. elemen- 
tary school atHaslingden. M. 1883, Sarah 
Broadbent Operative cotton weaver up 
to 1893; member Darwen Town Council, 
1893 ; Sec. Darwen Weavers* Association : 
Vice-Pres. Northern Counties Weavers 
Amalgamation ; Chairman Labour Repre- 
sentaUon Committee; member Parliamen- 
tary Committee Trade Union Congress; 
J. P., Accrington. 

House of Commons. Westminster, S. W. ; 
51 London Terrace, Darwen. 

Bliaw, Clutflea Bdward. Stafford, im. 

B. 1859, son of £. D. Shaw, Wolver 
hampton, and Millioent Augusta, dau. of 
llalph Gough. Ed. privately and Balliol 
CoU., Oxford. M. 1900, llmily White, 
dau. of Henry B. Bursill, Hampstead. 
Entered firm of John Shaw k Sons (now 
Ltd.), 1877; formerly Capt 3rd S. Staflk 
VoL Batt. ; twice member Wolverhamp- 
ton Town Council. 

2 Hans Crescent, S.W.; Tettenhall, 
Wolverhampton. C^tete— Bath, Reform, 
Automobile. 



Hawick I>i8triet,18e-i. 



Sliaw, Thomas, 

B. 1850, son of A. Shaw and Isabella 
Wishart. Dunfermline. Ed. Dunferm- 
line High School and Edin. Univ. <M. A. ; 
Hamilton Fellow in Mental Philosophy 
and Lord Rector's Historical Prizeman}. 
M. 1878, Elsie, dau. of G. Forrest, Lud- 
quham, Aberdeenshire. Called to the 
Scottish Bar, 1875; Advocate-Depute, 1886; 
Q.C., 1804; Solicitor- General, Scotland, 
1894-d ; hon. LL.D., St. Andrews, 1902. 

17 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, 
Cliite— Refonn; National Liberal; Scot- 
tish Liberal, Edinburgh. 



Northampton, 1900. 



Slilpinaii, John 
Oroenwood, IAmD* 

B. 1848, son of John Shipman and 
Ruth, dau. of Thomas Sheffield, Wigton, 
Cumberland. Ed. Northampton, Hurst- 
pierpont, and New Coll., Oxford (B.C.L. 
and M. A., 1879^ M. 1885, Ann Elizabeth 
<d. 1885), dau. of David Hobbs, London. 
Articled at age of 15 to solicitor; Senior 
Studentship in Civil Law, 1877 ; Inner 
Temple Scholarship in Common Law, 1878; 
called to the Bar. 1878; LL.D., London, 
1895 ; Hon. Sec of the " Three Doeen *' Par- 
liamentary Social Club. Unsuccessfully 
contested Gravesend (1892). 

5 Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C. ; 
Temi^emore, DalUngton, Northampton. 
C2i«69— Reform ; £2ighty; Town and 
County, Northampton. 



SlllOlalr, Oapt* Dnmbartondiin. im^. 

John. ~ ' — 



B. 1800, son of Capt. George Sinclair, 
Dunbeath, and Agnes, dau. of John 
Learmonth, Dean. Ed. Edinburgh Aca- 
demy and Wellington Coll. M. 1904. 
Lady Maijorie Gordon, dau. of Earl 
and Countess of Aberdeen. Entered 5th 
Royal Irish Lancers, 1879; served in 
Suakin Expedition, 1885: A.D.C. to Lord 
Aberdeen when Lord Lieut of Ireland ; 
retired from Army as Captain, 1887 ; 
member London Cf-C, 188Mn: Sec. to 
Lord Aberdeen when Gov. -General of 
Canada, 1896-7 ; a Liberal Whip. Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Ayr District <188S) and 
Dumbartonshire <1805). 

2 Cambridge Square. W. 0Ki«bs-Brooks*8, 
Army and Navy, National Liberal. 

Uaok, Jolin BamfbM. Herta.. lUd. 19oa. 

B. 1857, son of Thomas and Mary Ann 
Slack, Ripley. Derbyshire. Ed. Wesley 
ColL, Sheffield, and London Univ. (B.A., 
1876). M. 1888, Alice Maude Mary, dau. 
of Edward and Georgiana Brether- 
ton, Clifton. Adndtted soUcitor, 1880; 
practised in Derbyshire, 1880-9, since then 
in London ; senior partner Slack, Monro, 
& Atkinson; member Exec. Committee 
London Liberal Federation: Hon. Treas. 
London University Liberal Association 
and London Society of Derbvshiremen ; 
member Exec Committee National Coun- 
cil Evangelical Churches ; member Wes- 
leyan Conference; Fellow Geonaphical, 
Zoological, PaliBOgraphical, and Biblio- 
imtphlcal Societies. Published work— 
Synapsis of Local Government Act, 1888, 

31 Queen Victoria Street» E.C. ; 10 Wo- 
bum Square, W.C.; Green Hill House, 
Ripley. Derbyshire. Cl«l»9— Reform. City 
Liberal, National Liberal, Eighty, Alpine, 



Climbers'. 
Bn&ith, Bamuol. 



liTenool.: 
Flinte^n, 



16S6. 



B. 1836, son of James Smith, Borgue, 
Kiroudbrightshire. Ed. Borgue Academy 
and Edinburgh Univ. M. 1864, Melville 
(d. 1883). dau. of Rev. Dr. ChristiBon, 
Biggar, ijanark. Senior partner Smith, 
Edwards, Sc Co., cotton brokers and mer- 
chants, Liverpool ; Pros. Liverpool Cham- 
ber of Commerce, 1876; erected Gordon 
Smith Institute for Seamen, Liverpool, 
in memory of his only son. Published 
works— Credibility of the Christian Be- 
ligion ; The Claims </ Rome ; My Life 
Work, Unsuccessfully contested Liver- 
pool, Abercromby (1885). 

House of Commons, Westminster, S.W. ; 
Carleton, Prince's Park, Liverpool; 
Orchill, Braco, Perthshire. 



Noiftdk, 8., 18W. 



tea, Arthup 

VaUoslay. 

B, 1852, son of William Aldwin and Laura 
Sophia Soames, Brighton. Ed. Brighton 
ColL and Trinity ColL, Cambridge. l£l876 



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Eveline, dau. of T. Horsman Coles, Ore, 
Sussex. Studied architecture under Sir 
Arthur Blomfield, A.R.A. ; retired from 
practice, 1898. Unsuccessfully contested 
Ipswich (18»2 and 1885). 

18 Park Crescent, Portland Place, W. 
C^ute— Reform, United University. 



Deron, BwDsUple, 1900. 



Soares, Ernest 
Joseph, UuD. 

B. 1864, son of J. L. X. Soares, merchant, 
Liverpool, and Hannah, dau. of John 
Hollingsworth. Ed. privately, and St. 
John's Coll., Cambridge <M.A.. ,LL.D.). 
M. 1883, E[ate Carolyn, dau. of Samuel 
Lord, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire. Prac- 
tised as a solicitor in Manchester ; retired, 
1888. 

171 Queen's Gate, S.W. ; Upcott, Barn- 
staple. C^ubs— Oxford and Cambridge, 
National Liberal. 
- -....« NorthanU., N., 1880-6. 

Spenoer, Rt« Hon« Northants., mm.. 
Gharlee Robert. „!«»«: ^„ ,^ 

Northants., Mid., 1900. 

B. 1857, son of 4th Earl Spencer, K.G., 
and his second wife, Adelaide, dau. of Sir 
Horace Seymour, K.C.B. Ed. Harrow 
and Trinity ColL, Cambridflre (M.A., 1883). 
M. 1887, Hon. Margaret Baring, dau. of 1st 
Lord Bevelstoke. Parliamentary Oroom- 
in- Waiting, 1886: Vice - Chamberlain, 
1882^; a Liberal Whip. Unsuccessfully 
contested Northants, Mid (1885), and Herts, 
E. (1888). 

28 St. James's Place, S.W. ; Dallington 
House, Northampton. C^uds — - BrooKs's, 
Turf, Marlborough, Eighty. 



Stanhope. Hon. 
PhUlpJw 



WednMbnry, 1886-1893. 

Burnley. 1888-1900. 

Leloester. Market 
Harboro', 1004. 
B. 1847, son of 5th Earl Stanhope. Ed. 
privately. M. 1877, Alexandra, dau. of 
Count Cancrine, and widow of Count 
Tolstoy. Passed early years in Royal 
Navy • subsequently associated with Sir 
John Fowler fn the construction of public 
works in England and abroskd ; Chairman 
National Reform Union and British group 
of Inter-Parliamentary Union ; a Trustee 
National Portrait Gallery. Unsuccessfully 
contested Dover (1880). Wednesbury (1882), 
and Burnley (1800). 

3 Carlton Gardens, S.W. CTttfts— Turf, 
St James's, Devonshire, National LiberaL 

Stevenson, Francis _ _ „ „ ,^ 

Seymour. Suffolk, Bye, ISSS. 

B. 1662, son of Sir William Stevenson, 
K.C.B., Governor of Mauritius, and 
Caroline Octavia, dau. of J. S. Biscoe, and 
afterwards wife of the Rev. F. Barham 
Zincke. Ed.' Lausanne, Harrow, and 
Halliol Coll., Oxford (let Class Classics). 
M. 1888, Mary Kate, dau. of E. Joicey. 
Hlenkinsopp Hall, Haltwhirtle. Brougnt 
the question of the establishment of Parish 
Councils to the front in connection with 
Local Government Bill of 1888; Pres. 
Anglo- Armenian Association since 1882; 



Knight Commander of the Hellenic Order 
of the Redeemer; Parliamentary Charity 
CommisHioner, 1884-^: served on Civu 
List Committee. 1801; J.P. and D.L., 
Suffolk ; Alderman Suffolk, E. Has held 
seat against five different opponents, three 
of whom have since been converted to 
Liberalism. Published works — Robert 
Oro88et€st€j Bishop qf Lincoln; Historic 
Personality y &c. 

5 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. ; Playford 
Mount, near Woodbridge. CZubs— Re- 
form, Devonshire, Atheneeum, National 
LiberaL 

Straohey, Sir Edward, g«,er«t.B^i««. 

B. 1858, eldest son of Sir Edward 
Strachey, 3rd Bt Ed. Christ Church, 
Oxford. M. 1880, Constance, dau. of C. B. 
Braham, and -niece of Frances, Countess 
Waldegrave. Lieut. 4tb Batt. Somerset 
Regt., 1878-82 ; Past. Pres. Central Cham- 
ber of Agriculture (Chairman Pari. Com- 
mittee) ; Past Pres. British Dairy Farmers' 
Association; Arbitrator Hearts of Oak 
Benefit Society, Manchester Unity Odd- 
fellows Fidelity Guarantee Society, and 
Great Western Railway Friendly Society ; 
carried Outdoor Relief (Friendly Socie- 
ties) Act, 1884, Post Office Amendment 
Act. 1885, and Post Office Guarantee 
Amendment Act, 1888; J.P., D.L., and 
C.C., Somerset . Unsuocessf ully bontested 
Somerset, N. (1885), and Plymouth (1886). 

27 Cadogan Gardens, S.W.; Sutton 
Court, Pensford, Somerset' Clubs — 
Brooks's, Travellers', National Liberal. 



Taylor, Theodore 



'SSSf;.' 



LancB., Badclifle^nm- 
Famworth. 1900. 



B. 1850, son of Joshua and Alice Taylor, 
Batley. Ed. Batley Gram. School and 
Silcoates School, Wakefield. M. 1874, 
Sara Jane, dau. of W. J. P. Ingraham, 
Philadelphia, U.a A. Entered his father's 
wooUen cloth manuftoturing business, 
1866, becoming head of it in 1891, and sole 
proprietor in 1882, since when a profit- 
sharing scheme has been put in force, in 
which all employ^ share. 

Sunny Bank, Batley. C/u&— National 
Liberal. 



Berwickshire, 1894. 



Tennant, Harold 
Joliii* 

R 1865, son of Sir Charles Tennant, Bt 
Ed. Eton and Trinity Coll.. Cambridge. 
M. (Ist) 1888, Helen (d. 1882), dau. of Me^r 
Gordon Duff, of Drummuir; and (2nd) 1^6, 
Margaret Edith Abraham, H.M. Super- 
intending Lispector of Factories. Priv. 
Sec. to Mr. Asquith when Home Secretary, 
1882-5 ; Sec. White Lead Conunittee, 1883 ; 
Chairman Dangerous Trades Comnuttee, 
1885-8. 

33 Bruton Street, W.; Hutton Castle, 
Berwick • on - Tweed, ClrUm — Brooks's, 
National Liberal, Cosmopolitan ; Scottish 
Liberal, Edinburgh ; New, Edinburgh ; 
Liberal, Glasgow. 



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Thomma, Abel, KX. cwgjartheirtMw. e., 

R 1848t son of T. E. Thomas, J.P., 
TrehsJe, Pembroke. Ed. Clifton (B.A., 
London Univ.). M. 1875, Bessie (d. 1890K 
daxL at Samuel Polak. Called to the Bar, 
1873; joined S. Wales and Chester Cir- 
cuits; Q.C., 18^ Bencher (Middle TempleK 
189B ; Vice - Chairman Pembrokeshire 
Quarter Sessions; J.P., Pembrokeshire. 

7 Kinars Bench Walk, Temple, B.C. ; 85 
C<Nmwall Gardens, S. Kensinerton, W. 
CZtcbs— Reform, National Liberal, Albe- 
marle. 

Thomas, Sir Alfred. o^««M»hir.. b.. 

B. 18i0, son of D. Thomas, Penylan, 
Cardim A merchant; Mayor Cardiff, 
1882; received freedom of Cardiff, 1888; 
was Pres. J^tist Union of Wales ; Pres. 
Council 8. Wales University Coll. : succ. 
Sir O. O. Morgan as Chairman Welsh 
Liberal Parliamentary Party, 1806; Kt., 
1908; J.P., Cardiff and Glamorganshire; 
D.L., Glamorganshire. 

Bronwydd, Cardiff. C7u&8— Devonshire, 
National Liberal. 

Thomma, David Alfred. Mggyr-Tydvu. 

B. 1856, son of Samuel Thomas. Tsgn- 
borwen, Aberdare. Ed. privately, and 
GonviUe and Caius Col., Cambridge 
(MathenoAtical Scholar of Jesus and Caius 
CoUs.; B.A. Mathematical Hons., 1880; 
M. A.; 1888). M. 1882, SybU Margaret, dau. 
of George Augustus Haig, Penithon. Rad- 
norshire. Partner Thcmias Sc Davey, 
colliery agents, Cardiff; his majority at 
Merthvr-Tydvil in 1802 (9644) was the 
largest ever recorded ; J.P., Glamorgan- 
shire and Monmouthshire : D.L., Glamor- 
ganshire. Published works— papers and 
articles on economic questions. 

122 Ashley Gardens, S.W.; Llanwem 
Park, near Newport, Monmouthshire. 
Clvba ~ Reform, Devonshire, National 
Liberal. 



OlunorgaiiBblte, W., 1900. 



Ttaomaa, Jolm 
Aeron 

B. 1850, son of Lewis Thomas, Panter- 
yrod. Ed. Klwydowen Gram. School, 
and Milford Gram. School. M. 1880, 
Eleanor, dau. of John Lewis, J.P., Car- 
marthenshire. Admitted a solicitor, 1874; 
senior partner Aeron Thomas Sc Co. 
Swansea; interested in many collieries, 
represents Duke of Beaufort on Swansea 
Harbour Trust; Alderman Swansea since 
1888 (Mayor, 1887-8). 

Glyn-y-m6r, West Cross, near Swansea. 

ThOBMon, Fvedertolt _ . ^^ . „ ,_.. 

B. 1851, son of Jonathan Thomson, 
Glasgow, and Emma Whitley, Halifax. 
Ed. Glasgow Academy and Andersonian 



Univ., Glasgow. M. 1888, Bertha Florence, 
dau. of Aid. Matthew Smith, Halifax. 
Became hecui of old-established firm of 
John Whitley Sc Sons, Halifax, subse- 
quently absorbed in English Card Cloth- 
Ins: Co., Ltd.; Pres. Halifax Technical 
School until taken over by Halifax Cor- 
poration. 

4 Chelsea Court, Chelsea Embankment, 
S.W. ; Savile Heath, Halifax. Clubs— 
Reform, National Liberal. 

TUlett, liOUia John. Norwich. 1904. 

B. 1865, grandson of Jacob Henry Tillett 
Ed. privately. M. 1886, May, dau. of 
James Reeve. 

Catton, Norfolk. CZu&— National Liberal. 

Tomkinson, James. cheBhire, cnwe, iwo. 

B. 1840, son. of Col. William Tomkinson, 
and Susan, dau. of Thomas Tarleton, 
Bolesworth Castle, Cheshire. Ed. Rugby 
and Balliol Coll., Oxford OB.A. 1863). M. 
1871, Emily Frances, dau. of Sir Geo. Hud- 
son Pfidmer, Bt., wanlip Hall, Leicester. 
A banker in London, 1867-79; partner 
Williams & Co., Old Bank, Chester, 1879^. 
until its absorption by Lloyds Bank, of 
which he is a Director; Maj. and Hon. 
Lt.-Col. Earl of Chester's Imperial Yeo- 
manry, in which he has served since 
1866 ; Alderman and first Vice-chairman 
Cheshire C.C. ; J.P. and D.L., Cheshire. 
Published work— i>Miri/ of a Cavalry 
Officer, 1809-15 (editor). Unsuccessfully 
contested Cheshire, W. (1881), Cheshire, 
Wirral (1885), Cheshire, Eddisbury (1886 
and 1892), and Warwickshire, N.E. (1895). 

WilUngton Hall, Tarporley, Cheshire; 
Brunswick House, Cromer. Clvha — 
Brooks's, National Liberal, Bath. 

Toulmln, George. Bary.uoi. 

B. 1857, son of Councillor George Toul- 
min, J.P., Preston. Ed. Preston Gram. 
School. M. 1882, Marv Elizabeth, dau. 
of Ald..Edelston. Partner Geo. Toulmin 
&; Sons, proprietors of Lanoashire Daily 
Post, Preston Guardian, and BUickbum 
Times; Vice-Ch. Preston Board of Guar- 
dians ; J.P., Preston. Unsuccessfully con- 
tested Bury (1900). 

166 Ashley Gardens, S.W.; 127 Fisher- 
rate, Preston. C2t<&8— National Liberal, 
Eighty. 

'phillpSf • ^'**'*** Torta.. EUand. 1SB9. 

B. 1870, eldest son of Rt Hon. Sir 0. O. 
Trevelyan. Bt., statesman and writer, and 
Caroline, dau. of R. N. PhiUps, M.P. for 
Bury. Ed. Harrow and Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge. M. 1904, Mary Katharine, 
dau. of Hugh Bell, Redcar. Sec. to 
Lord Crewe when Lord Lieut of Ireland, 
1892-3; member london School Board, 
1898-7; J.P. and C.C, Northumberland. 
Unsuccessfully contested Lambeth, N. 
(1895). 



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11 North Street, Westminster. S.W. ; 
Cambo,>rorthuinberland. C^ttfta— Brooks's, 
National Liberal, Newcastle Liberal 

Ure, Alexalidei*, K.C. i'^Jh«o^'«»»iw. 

B. 1853, son of John Ure, Helensburgh. 
Ed. Glasgow And Edinburgh Univs. M. 
1879, Margaret MacDowall, dau. of Thomas 
Steven, iron merchant, Glasgow. An advo- 
cate. Unsuccessfullv contested Perth- 
shire, W. (1892), and LinlithgoWshil^ (1893). 

Whitehall Court, S.W. ; 3 Heriot Row, 
Edinburgh. OTu&a ~ National Liberal: 
Bath ; Automobile ; Ranelagh ; Royal 
Northern Yacht; Royal Cayde Yacht; 
Western, Glasgow ; Scottish Liberal, Glas- 
gow. 

irallaO«, RolMrt, K.C Perth, 1885. 

B. 18d0, son of Rev. Robert Wallace, 
Dublin. Ed. Queen's Univ., Dublin (B.A., 
1871 ; LL.B., 1873). Called to the Bar, 1874 ; 
joined the N.E. arcuit; Q.C., 1894; for- 
merly an Examiner in the Supreme Court 
and a Revising Barrister for Middlesex. 
Unsuccessfully contested Wandsworth 
(1885), Edinburgh, W. (1886), and Renfrew- 
shire. W. (1892). 

6 Kensington Square Mansions, W. ; 2 
Garden Court, Temple, E.C. <7iit6«— Re- 
form. National Liberal ; Scottish Liberal, 
Edinburgh. 



Leeds, S., 1892. 



V^alton, John 
Iiawaon, K.C. 

B. 1852, son of Rev. John Walton, ex- 
Pres. Wesleyan Conference, and Emma, 
dau. of Rev. Thomas Harris. Ed. Mer- 
chant Taylors' School, Great Crosby, 
Lanes., and London Univ. M. 1882, Joanna 
M'Neiliekge, dau. of Robert Hedderwick, of 
the Glasgow Citizen. Called to the Bar, 
1877; Q.C., 1890; Bencher (Inner Temple), 
1897. Unsuccessfully contested Leeds, 
Central (1892). 

3 Melbury Road, Kensington, W.; 
Coombe HiU. Butler's Cross, Bucks. Clubs 
—Brooks's, Reform. 



Walton, JOBOpll. Torks., BamBley, 1887. 
B. 1849, son of Joseph Walton, Fros- 



Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. ; Glen- 
side, Saltbum-by-the-Sea. Yorks. CZw6«— 
Reform, National LiberaL 



Varner, Thomas ^ ItSJ^LiihaiM*"*' 
OoopUoiayTheyddA. "iS:"**'*^' 

B. 1857, son Of BdwArd Warner (M.P. for 
Norwich), Higham, Woodford, Essex. 
Ed. Eton and Brasenoee ColL, Oxford. 
M. 1883, Lady Lendra Diana, dau. of the 
Earl de Montalt. A latge landowner in 
Walthamstow and Leyton, and Suffolk; 
Chairman Warner Estate Co. and Totten- 
ham and Forest Gate Co. : Director Law 
Land Co. ; Maj. and Hon. Lt.-Col. 4th Ox- 
fordshire Lt Infantry; member Essex 
C.C, 1889-1901 ; High Sheriff Essex, 1891 : 
J. P., Somerset. Unsuccessfully contested 
Coventry (1885), and Somerset N. (1895). 

56 Cculofi^n Square, S.W. ; Bretteaham 
Park, Suffolk. Ciw6«— Reform, Union, 
Bachelors', National Liberal. 



'Hf aSOB Ayttibin, 8., 18854. 

Bu^enO* C^Mkmuinan and Kiniow, 1689. 

B. 1846, son of Rigby Wason. M.P. for 
Ipswich. Ed. Rugby and Wadham CoU., 
Oxford (M.A., 1870). M. 1870, Eleanor Mary, 
dau. of Charles Reynolds Williams, Dol- 
melynllyn, Dolgelly. Called to the Bar, 
1870 ; for some time a member of firm of 
Williams & James, solicitors; formerly 
Assistant Examiner Incorporated Law 
Society ; re-admitted a member of the Bar 
(1886), but does not practise ; has travelled 
twice round the world; J.P., Ayr. Un- 
successfully contested Ayrshire, S. (1886 
and 1895). 

8 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, W. ; Blair, 
Dailly, S.O., Ayrshire. Clubs—netorm ; 
Union ; Liberal, Edinburgh ; Liberal, Glas- 
gow. 



lYason. John 

GathoartT^ Orkney and Shetland. 1800. 

B. 1848, son of Rigby Wason, M.P. for 
Ipswich. Ed. Laleham and Rugbv. M. 
1874, Alice Sesrmour, dau. of Edward Bell, 
C.E. Went to New Zealand and engaged 
in farming, 1867 ; elected to New Zealand 
Parliament, 1876 ; resigned 1879 ; re-elected, 
1881; defeated 1893, re-elected 1896; called 
to the Bar, 1887 ; elected for Orkney and 
Shetland as Liberal Unionist 1900; left 
party on Education Bill and Irish Adminis- 
tration, 1902; resigned seat and was re- 
elected as LiberaL 

6 Evelyn Mansions. Victoria Street. S. W. ; 
Oaig, Ayrshire. C^i*6«— Reform, Union. 



Weir. James 
Galloway. 



Bom and Cromarty, 1801. 



. B. 1839. son of Jamee Ross Weir and 
Margaret dau. of D. McLaren, Perth- 
shire. Ed. Dollar Academy and in London. 
M. (1st) 1863, Mary Anne <d. 1896), dau. of 
George Dash, Brighton; and (2nd) 1898 
Marion Jolly. Retired from business, 188 ( 
formerly member (Committee Scottish 
Corporation, Committee National Liberal 



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Ciuh, and London C.C. (1882-5). Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Falkirk District (1885). 
i Froenal, Hampetead, N.W. Clnb— 
Xationai Liberal. 

Wlilto, 0«orge. Noifoik, n.w., looo. 

B. 1840, son of Thomas and Mary White, 
Bourne, Lines. Ed. Bourne Gram. School. 
M. 1863, Anne, dau. of Henry Ransome, 
Norwich. Began as junior clerk in leather 
and shoe manufacturing business, Nor- 
wich, 1856; partner, 1872, and now Chair- 
man of Co.; Alderman Norwich City 
Council, of which he has been member 
25 years ; member Norwich School Board 
for 30 years (Chairman for 15 years) ; 
Sheriff Norwich, 1888; J.P., Norwich; 
Pres. Baptist Union, 19034. 

The Grange, Eaton, Norwich. Clubs— 
Reform, National LiberaL 

White, Luke. Torla.,BiickroM.1900. 

B. 1845, son of James White, Deighton 
Groye. near York. Ed. Foss Bridge 
Schoot York. M. 1880^ dau. of A. Wood, 
York. Admitted a solicitor, 1874; for- 
merly Chairman School Board and Urban 
District Council; County Alderman until 
appointed C:k>roner for Yorks., East Riding, 
a post still held. 

Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn, W.C. : 
Driffield, East Yorks. Cl^iid — National 
LiberaL 



Wliltel«y, 0«ortfe. 



Stoekpozt. 1S08-19OO. 
Yorka.. Pudsey, 1900. 

B. 1855, son of G. Whiteley, Halifax. 
Ed. foreign schools and Zurich Univ. M. 
1881, dau. of WilUam Tattersall, J.P. and 
C.C, Blackburn and Milnthorpe; J.P., 
Hants ; Conservative M.P. Stockport (1883- 
1900) ; returned as Liberal, Yorks., Pudsey 
(1900). 

31 Prince's Gate, S. W. ; Compton Manor, 
Stockbridge; St. Anthony's. Milnthorpe. 
Calebs— Reform, National Liberal. 

vriiltlay, Jolm Henry. HaUiax. looo. 

B. 1866, son of N. Whitley, Halifax. 
Ed. Clifton and London Univ. M. 1892, 
Mari^erita, dau. of Giulio Marchetti. A 
cotton-spinner; J.P., Halifax and Yorks., 
West Riding. 

26 St. James Court, Buckingham Gate, 
8.W.: Brantwood, HaUfax. awd— Na- 
tional Liberal. 



'Wlilttaker, Thomas 
Palmer. 



Torks., Sp«Q YiUey, 
laea. 



R 1850, son of Thomas Whittaker, J.P., 
Scarborough. Ed. Huddersfield College. 
M. 1874, Emma Mary, dau. of Lt. Charles 
Theedam, Scarborough. In the hard- 
ware trade untU 18^; newspaper pro- 
Srietor and editor, 1882-92: CThairman and 
lanaging Director United Kingdom 
Temperance and General Provident 



Institution; member Royal Commission 
on Licensing Laws, 1895-9. Published 
works— numerous pamphlets and articles 
on economic, statistical, and social 
subjects. 

13 Taviton Street, Gordon Square, W.C. 
O^ufr— National Liberal. 



VUliams, Arthur 
Osmond. 



Mertoneth, 1900. 



oneUishire and Carnarvonshire. 

Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. ; Castle 
Deudraeth, Merionethsliire. Club — 
Reform. 

VUson, Charles Henry, iffijw^jlw. 

B. 1833, son of Thomas Wilson. Ed. 
Kingston College, Hull. M. 187t(Florence 
Jane Helen, dau. of Colonel Wellesley. 
Chairman Thomas Wilson, Sons, Sc Co., 
shiiK) wners, Hull, and Earle's Ship-building 
Co. ; received the freedom of the City m 
Hull, 1889. 

41 Grosvenor Square. W. ; Warten 
Priory, York. C?w6— Reform. 



Norfolk, Mid, 18M. 



Vilson, Frederiok 
urmiam. 

B. 1844, son of William Wilson, The 
Manor House, Seaming, Norfolk, one of 
the founders of the Norfolk News, Ed. 
Wymondham Gram. SchooL M. 1870, 
Mary Elissabeth, dau. of Edward Capp, 
Forest Hill. Indentured to J. H. TiUetl. 
Editor of the Norfolk News and M.P. for 
Norwich ; assisted Sir Edward Russell on 
the Liverpool Daily Post, 1864: proprietor 
and editor Chester Observer, 1806 ; founded 
Etist Anglian Daily IKmes, 1874 ; as editor 
was defendant in the Akenham Burial 
case, which hastened the passage of the 
Burials Act ; ex-Pres. Newspaper Society ; 
J.P., Suflblk. 

The Dale, Seaming, Norfolk ; Highrow. 
Felixstowe. Clubs — Reform, National 
Liberal. 



Torks., Holnflrtb, 1885. 



Wilson. Henry 
Joseph. 

B. 18S3, son of Wm. Wilson, Nottingham, 
and Eliza, dau. of Joseph Reed, Shef- 
field. Ed. West of England Dissenters' 
Proprietary School and university ColL, 
London. M. ISSSk Charlotte, dau. of 
Charles Cowan, M.P. for Edinburgh. 
Member Sheffield School Board for 15 
years; member Departmental Committee 
on Rc^gulation of Vice in India; member 



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Royal Gommimion on Opium. 1889^ ; J.P., 
City of SheffloM und YorksiTw est Riding. 
Orgathorpe Hall, Sheflield. 



Vllflon, JohB« 



Dwlliam, Hodghion-le- 

Bttrfng. 1B»<6. 
Dttfluun, Mid, 1890. 



B. 1837, ROn of Christopher Wilson, a 
labourer, Qreatham, Durham. Ed., left 
school before 10. M. 1882, Margaret, daiL 
of 6. Firth, a miner. An orphan at 10, 
and has f ousht his own way ever since ; 
entered Durham coal mines at 13; went 
to sea at 19 for four years ; returned to the 
mines ; two years later went to the United 
States for three and a half years, working 
in the mines in Pennsylvania and Dlinois ; 
assisted in forming Durham Miners' Asso- 
ciaUon, 1800-70; Sec. Miners' PoUtical 
Association, 1876; Treas. Miners' Labour 
Association, 1882 ; Financial Sec, 1890 ; 
Corresponding Sec, 1899. Unsuccessfully 
contested Durham, Houghton -le- Spring 
(1886). 

97 Kennington Road, S.E.; 14 North 
Road, Durham. CZu6— National LiberaL 

t WUflOB, Jolm* Falkirk Burgha. 189B. 

B. 1844, son of James Wilson, coalmaster, 
Airdrie, and Agnes Motherwell, Airdrie. 
Ed. Airdrie and Qla%ow Academies. 
J.P. and D.L., Lanarkshire and Glasgow ; 
left the Unionist party in the 1900 
Parliament. 

Airdrie House, Airdrie ; Kippen Tower, 
Dunning, Perthshire. Clubs -r-'Retoim; 
Bath ; Liberal, Edinburgh. 



WoreestenUre. N.. 1606. 



tWllaon, Solbn 
VilUam. 

B. 1858, son of J. E. Wilson, J.P^ Edg- 
baston, and Catharine, dau. of Ueorge 
Staoey, Tottenham. ^. Grove House 
School, Tottenham, and in Germany. 
M. 1883, Florence Jane, dau. of Smith 
Harrison, Woodford, Essex. A chemical 



manufacturer; J.P., Worcestershire ; left 
Unionist party in the 1900 Parliament. 

Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. ; Perri- 
croft, Colwall, Malvern. CZ«6«— Eoform, 
Bath. 

Woodhouse, Sir Jamea HuddenAeid. less. 
Thomas. 

B. 1852, son of James Woodhouse. Ed. 
Hull Coll. and University Coll., london 
(LL.B., Lond.). M. 1876, Jessie, dau. of 
W. J. Reed, Skidley, Yorks. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1873 ; senior partner Wood- 
house, Ashe, & Ferrins, Hull ; Vice-Pres. 
Association of Municipal Corporations ; 
Director London City & Midland Bank, 
and Hull and Bamsley Railway Co.; 
Alderman. Hull (Mayor. 1891) ; Kt., 1805; 
J.P., Hull jD.L., Yorks., East Riding. Un- 
successfully contested Yorks., Howden- 
shire (1892). 

105 Pall Mall, S.W.; Brough Hall, 
Brough, Yorks. C7ub8 — Ref ortai, Bath, 
National Liberal. 

Toxall, James Henry. n«^»>«>^ w.. 

B. 1857, son of Henry Houghton Yoxall 
and Elizabeth, dau. of James SmaUwood. 
Ed. public elementary school, Redditch, 
and Westminster Training ColL M. 1886, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Lt-Col. Coles, R.E. 
PupQ, assistant, and certificated teacher 
at Sheffield ; head-master Sharrow Lane 
Board School until 1892; Pres. National 
Union of Teachers, 1891 (Sec, 1892) ; mem- 
ber Royal Commission on Secondary 
Education in England, 1894^ ; hon. M. A., 
Cantab., 1800 ; a J.P. PubUshed work»- 
Tne Bommany Stone; Alain Tanger's 
Wife; SnuUilou; and manv educational 
works. Unsuccessfully contested Notts.. 
Bassetlaw (1802). 

67 Russell Square, W.C; Sprinjrfleld, 
Kew. Clubs— aefoTjxL, National Liberal, 
Nottingham and County LiberaL 



AcIaAND-Hood, Rt. Hon. Sir 

A., Bt. 

Acw-Gabdnsr, J. T. 

Agnkw, Sir A. N., Bt. 

AiRD, Sir John, Bt 

Allhuskn, a. H. E 

Allsopp, Hon. Geo. 

Ark WRIGHT, J. S 

Atkinson, Rt. Hon. John ... 



CONSERVATIVES (822). 

Present Constituency. Fbrmer Constituency: 



Somerset, West, 1892 
Cheltenham, |900 

Edinburgh, South, 1900 
Paddington, North, 1887 .. 
Hackney, Central, 1900 

Worcester, 1885 

Hereford, 1900 

Londonderry, North, 1805 .. 



Cheltenham, 1874-^ and . 
1885-95 



Salisbury, 1897-1900 



Bagot, Capt. J. F. 
Bailet, Jas. ... 
Bain, Col. J.R.». 
Baird, J. Q. a. ... 
Balcarres, Lord 



Westmorland, South, 1802... 
Newlngton, Walworth, 1895 
Cumberland, Egrem(»it,1900 
Glasgow, Central, 1886 ... 
Lancashire, Chorley, 1806 ... 



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Present ConstUneney, 


Former Constituency. 


Baldwin, Alfred 


Woroestershlre, West, 1892 




BaIiFOUR, Rt. Hon. A. J. ... 


Manchester, East, 1885 ... 


Hertford, 1874-85 


Balfour, Capt C. B. 


Middlesex, Homsey, 1900 ... 




Balfour, Rt Hon. G. W. .. 


Leeds, Central, 1885 




Balfour, Major K. R. 


Christchurch, 1900 




Baxburt, Sir F. G 


C^amberwell, Peckham, 1892 




Banks, Maj. George 


West Ham, South, 1895 ... 


West Ham, South, 1886-92 


Barry, Sir F.T.,Bt. 


Windsor, 1890 




Bartlby, Sir G. C. T. 


Islington, North, 1885 




Bathurst, Hon. A. B. 


Gloucester, Cirencester, 1895 




Beach, Rt. Hon. Sir Michael 






Hicks-, Bt. 


Bristol, West, 1885 


Gloucestershire, E., 1864-85 


Bbckbtt, K W. 


Yorks, Whitby, 1885... ... 




Bbntinck, lord H. C. 


Nottingham, South, 1895 ... 


Norfolk, North-West, 1886-92 


Bhowxaooree, Sir M. M. ... 


Bethnal Green, N.E., 1895... 




Bignold, Arthur 


Wick Burghs, 1900 




Bigwood, James 


Middlesex, Brentford, 188a. 


Finsbury, E., 1885-86 


Bill, Charles 


Staffordshire, Leek, 1892 ... 




Bingham, Lord... 


Surrey, Chertsey, 1904 




Blundell, Col. H 


Lancashire, Ince, 1895 


Lancashire, Ince, 1885-92 


Bond, Edward 


Nottingham, East. 1895 ... 




Bosoawen, a. G 


Kent, Tunbridge, 1892 




BoULNOis, Edmund 


Marylebone, East. 1889 ... 




BOUSFIELD, W. R 


Hackney, North, 1892 




Bowles, Col. H. F 


Middlesex, Enfield, 1889 ... 




BOWLES, T. Gibson 


King's Lynn. 1892 




Brassey, Albert 


Oxfordshire, Banbury, 1895 




Brodrick, Rt. Hon. St. J. ... 


Surrey, GuUdford, 1885 ... 


Surrey. West, 188(^85 


Brotherton, E. A. 


Wakefield, 1902 




Brtmer, Col. W. E 


Dorset. South, 1891 


Dorchester, 1874-85 


Bull, W.J 


Hammersmith, 1900 




BURDETT-COUTTS, W. L. ... 


Westminster, 1885 




Butcher, J. G 


York, 1892 




Campbell, Rt. Hon. J. A. ... 


Glasgow and Aberdeen Uni- 
versities, 1880 
Dublin University, 1908 ... 


■'. '. 


Campbetj., J. H. M 


Dublin. St. Stephen's Green, 
1898-1900 . 


Carlile, W. W. 


Buckinghamshire, N., 1895 


Carson, Rt. Hon. Sir Edw. 


DubUn University, 1892 ... 




Cautley, H. S 


Leeds, East, 1900 




Cayzer, Sir C, Bt 


Barrow-in-Furness, 1892 ... 




Cecil, Evelyn 


Aston Manor, 1900 


Hertford, East, 1898-1900 


Cecil, Lord Hugh 


Greenwich, 1895 




Chamberlayne, T. 


Southampton, 1900 


Southampton, 1892-95 


Chapun, Rt. Hon. H. 


Lincolnshire, Sleaford, 1885 


Lincolnshire, Mid., 1868-85 


Chapman, Edward 


Cheshire, Hyde, 1900 




Charrinoton, Spencer ... 


Tower Hamlets, Mile End, 
1885 




Clare, O.L. 


lAncashire, Ecoles, 1896 ... 




COATES, Maj. E. F 


Lewisham, 1908 




Coddinoton, Sir Wm. 


Blackburn, 1880 




COGHILL, D. H 


Stoke-on-Trent, 1895 


Newcastle - under - Lyme. 
188&-92 


Cohen, B.L 


Islington, East, 1892 


Colomb, Rt. Hon. Sir J. C... 


Great Yarmouth, 1895 


'■g^.^e^^^a^''*"* 


Colston, C. E. H. A. 


Gloucestershire, South, 1802 



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Cook, Sir F. L., Bart. 

CORBETT, T. L 

Cox, Irwin E. B. 

Oraio, Chas. C 

Cripps, C. a. 

Cross, H. S 

CuBiTT, Hon. Hy. 
CU8T,H.J. C 

Dalkeith, Earl of 

Dalrtmple, Sir Charles, Bt. 
Davenport, W. Bromley ... 

Da VIES, Sir H. D. 

Denny, CoL J 

Dewar, Sir T. R 

Dickinson, R. K 

DiOKSON, Rt Hon. C. Scott 
DiGBY, J. K. D. Wingfleld ... 

DiMSDALE, Rt Hon. Sir Job., 

Bt. 

Disraeli, C. R. 

Dixon-Hartland, SirF.,Bt. 

DoRiNOTON, Rt Hon Sir J. 

DouoiJiS, Rt. Hon. A. Akers- 

DoXFORD, Sir W. T 

Duke, H. £ 

Dyke, Rt Hon. Sir W. Hart. 
Bt. 



Present CoHatUueney, 
Lambeth, Kennington, 1805 

Down, North, 1900 

Middlesex, Harrow, 1890 ... 

Antrim, South, 1903 

Lancashire, Stretford, 1901 

Bolton, 1885 

Surrey, Reigate, 1892 
Southwark, Bermondsey, 

1900 

Roxbursrhshire, 1805 

Ipswich, 1886 

Cheshire, Macclesfield, 1886 

Chatham, 1895 

Kilmarnock, 1895 

Tower Hamlets,St. George's, 

1900 
Somerset, Wells, 1890 
Glasgow, Bridgeton, 1900 ... 
Dorset, North, 1892 

City of London, 1900 

Cheshire, Altrincham, 1892 
Middlesex, Uxbridge, 1885 



Former CanstUiiency, 



Gloucester, Stroud, 180>1900 



Lincolnshire, 
1890-96 



Stamford, 



Gloucestershire, Tewkes- 
bury, 1886 
Kent, St. Augustine's, 1885 

Sunderland, 1895 

Plymouth, 1900 

Kent, Dartf ord, 1885 



Buteshire, 1868-85 
Rochester, July-Dec, 1802 



Somerset, Mid.,March-Noy., 
1885 



Worcestershire, Evesham, 
1880-85 



Kent, East, 1880-85 



Kent, West, 1865-68; Kent, 
Mid, 186a^ 



Egerton, Hon. A. de Tatton Cheshire, Knutsf ord, 1885 . . . Cheshire, Mid, 188S-85 



Faber,E. B 

Faber,G. D 

Fardell, Sir T. G 

Fellowss, Hon. A. E. 
Febousson, Rt. Hon. Sir J., 
Bt. 

FlELDEN, E. B 

Finch, Rt. Hon. G. H. 

FiRBANK, Sir J. T 

Fisher, Wm. Hayes 

FisoN, F. W. 

FitzGerald, Sir Robt. Pen- 



FiTZROY, Hon. E. A 

Fijctcher, Rt. Hon. Sir H. 
Aubrey- 

Flower, Sir E 

FORSTER, H. W. 

Foster, P. S 

Galloway, W. J. 

Gardner, E 

Garfit, William 
GIBBS, Hon. A. G. H.... 



Hants., Andover, 1901 

York, 1900 

Paddington, South, 1805 ... 
Hunts, Ramsey, 1887 
Manchester, North - East, 

1885 
Lancashire, Middleton, 1900 

Rutland, 1867 

Hull, East, 1805 

Fulham, 1885 

Yorkshire, Doncaster, 1805 
Cambridge, 1885 

Northamptonshire, S., 1900 
Sussex, Lewes, 1885 

Bradford, West, 1895 
Kent, Sevenoaks, 1802 
Warwickshire, Stratford- 
on- A von, 1901 

Manchester, S.W., 1805 ... 
Berkshire, Wokingham, 1901 

Boston, 1805 

City of London, 1802 



Ayrshire, 1854-57 and 1850-68 



Sussex, Horsham, 1880-85 



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Godson, Sir A. F 

Goxu>ON, Haj. E 

Gordon, Hon. J. B 

GOBB, Hon. S. F. Ormsby- ... 

GORST, Rt. Hon. Sir John E. 

GoflCHBN, Hon. O. J. 

GOULDINO, B. A. ... ... 

Graham, H.R. 

Gray, Ernest 

Green, Waif ord D 

Greene, Sir E. W., Bt ... 

Greene, H. D 

Greene, W. R. 

Qrbnfell, W. Hy. 

Grbtton, John 

Grevillb, Hon. Ronald ... 

Groves, Jas. G 

Guntbr, Sir Robert, Bt. ... 

Guthrie, W. Murray 



Hall, B. Marshall 

Halset, Rt. Hon. T. F. ... 

Hambro, Chas. Erie 

Hamilton, Rt. Hon. Lord G. 

Habolton, Marq. of 

Hardy, Laurenoe 

Hare, T. Leigh 

Harris, F.L. 

Harris, Dr. Rntherfoord ... 

Haslam, Sir A. S 

Haslett, Sir J. H 

Hatch, B. F. G 

Hay, Hon. C. G 

Heath, A. H. 

Heath, Sir Jas., Bt 

Heaton, J. Henniker 

Helder, Augustus 

Hermon-Hodoe, Sir R. T. ... 

Hickman, Sir A., Bt. 

Hnj;, Arthur 

Hoars, Sir a 

HoGO, L. 

Hope, J. F 

Hornby, Sir W. H. 

HOULDSWORTH, Sir W. H.... 

HouLT, Joseph 

Houston, R, P 

Howard, John 

Howard, Joseph 
HoziBR, J. H. C. 
Hudson, G. B 



Present ConatUuevwy. 

Kidderminster, 1886 

Tower Hamlets, Stepney, 

1900 
Elgin and Nairn, 1895 
Lincolnshire,GainBborough, 

1900 
Cambridge University, 1892 

Sussex, East Grinstead, 1895 
Wiltshire, Devizes, 1895 ... 
St Pancras, West, 1892 ... 
West Ham, North, 1895 ... 

Wednesbury, 1895 

Bury St Edmunds, 1900 ... 

Shrewsbury, 1892 

Cambridgeshire, West 1895 
Bucks., Wycombe, 1900 ... 

Derbyshire, South, 1895 ... 

Bradford, East 1896 

Salford, South, 1900 

Yorkshire, Barkston Ash, 

1885 
Tower Hamlets, Bow and 

Bromley, 1899 

Lancashire, Southport 1900 
Hertfordshire, Watford, 1885 
Surrey, Wimbledon, 1900 ... 
Middlesex, Ealing, 1885 ... 
Londonderry City, 1900 ... 

Kent Ashford, 1892 

Norfolk, South- West 1892... 

Tynemouth, 1900 

Dulwich, 1903 

Newcastle-under-L3rme,1900 

Belfast North, 1896 

Lancashire, Gorton, 1895 ... 
Shoreditch,.Hoxton, 1900 ... 
Hanley, 1900 ... 
Staffordshire, N.W., 1892 ... 

Canterbury, 1885 

Whitehaven, 1895 

Oxfordshire, Henley, 1895... 
Wolverhampton, W.,1892... 

Down, West, 1898 

Norwich, 1886 

Sussex, Eastbourne, 1900 ... 
Sheffield. Brightside, 1900... 

Blackburn, 1886 

l^nchester, N.W., 1885 ... 
Cheshire, Wirral, 1900 ... 
Liverpool, West Toxteth, 

1892 

Kent Faversbam, 1900 ... 
Middlesex, Tottenham, 1885 
Lanarkshire, South, 1886 ... 
Herts., Hitchin, 1892 



Former Constituency, 



Cambridge, 1866-68; 
ham, 1875-93 



Chat- 



Salisbury, 1880-2 and 1885-« ; 
Hereford. 1892-93 



Knaresborough, 1881-85 



Hertfordshire, 1874-85 
Middlesex (County), 1868-85 



Belfast West 1885^ 



Acorington, 188ft-92 
Wolverhampton, W., 1885-86 



Manchester, 188^^ 



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Hunt, Rowland 

HUTTON, J. 



Prtsetit CanatUuency, 
Shropshire, Ludlow, 1903 ... 
Yorkshire, lUchmond. 1895 



Former ConatUuetuy. 

NorthaUerton, 1888-74 



Jambson, Maj. J. £ 

Jebb, Sir Richard 

Jeffreys, Rt. Hon. A. F. ... 



Clare, West, 1895 

Cambridi^e University, 1891 
Hampshire, North, 1887 ... 



Kennawat, Rt Hon, Sir 

J. H.,Bt 

Ken YON, Hon. G. T. ... 
Kenyon-Slanby, W. 

Kerr, John 

Keswick, William ... 
KiMBBR, Henry 

Kino, Sir H.S 

Knowles, Sir Lees, Bt. 



Devonshire, Honiton, 1885 

Denbigh, 1900 , 

Shropshire, Newport, 1888 

Preston, 1903 , 

Surrey, Epsom, 1899 

Wandsworth. 1885 

Hull, Central. 1885 

Salford, West, 1886 



Devon, East, 1870-85 
Denbigh, 1885-95 



Laurie, Lt.-Gen. J. W. 

Lawrence, Sir Joseph 
Lawrbnce, W. F. ... 
Lawson, J. G^ 

Lee, Capt. A. H. 
Lees, Sir E., Bt. 
Leooe, Hon. Heneage 

Llewellyn, E. H. ... 
LocKWOOD, Lt. A. R. 
LODER, G. W. E. 
Long, Col. Chas. W. ... 

Long, Rt. Hon. Walter 



Lonsdale, J. B. 
Lowe, F. W. .. 



LowTHBR, Claude .. 
LowTHBR, Rt. Hon. J. 

LoYD, A. K 

Lucas, Col. F 

Lucas, Regd. J. 



W. 



Pembroke and HaverfcHd- 

west, 1895 

Monmouth, 1901 

Liverpool, Abercromby, 1885 
Yorkshire, Thirsk and Mal- 

ton, 1892 
Hants., Fareham, 1900 

Birkenhead, 1894 

St George's, Hanover Sq., 

1900 
Somerset, North, 1895 

Essex, Epping, 1892 

Brighton, 1889 

Worcestershire, Evesham, 

1895 
Bristol, South, 1900 



Armagh, Mid, 1900 

Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

1898 
Cumberland, North, 1900 ... 
Cumberland, Penrith, 1886 
Berkshire, Abingdon, 1895 
Suffolk, Lowestoft, 1900 ... 
Portsmouth, 1900 



Oldham, 188&-92 



Somerset North, 1885^92 



Wilt8.,North,1880-85; Wilts., 
Devizes, 1885-92 : Liver- 

. pool. West Derby. 1892- 
1900 



Rutland, 1883-85 



Macdona, J. C. 

MacIver, David 
M'Calmont, Col. J. ... 

M'KiLLOP, Jas 

Majendie, J. H. A. ... 

Malcolm, Ian 

Manners, Lord Cecil 
Marks, Harry H. 

Massey-Mainwarino, Hon. 

W. 
Maxwell, Rt. Hon. Sir 

H. E., Bt 



Southwark, Rotherhithe, 

1892 
Liverpool, Kirkdale, 1896 ... 

Antrim, East, 1885 

Stirlingshire, 1895 

Portsmouth, 1900 

Suffolk, Stowmarket 1895... 
Leicestershire, Melton, 1900 
Kent, Isle of Thanet 1904... 

Finsbury, Central, 1895 ... 
Wigtownshire, 1880 



Birkenhead, 1874-85 



•Tower Hamlets, St. George's, 
18S5-1900 



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Melville, B. V 

MiLNEB, Rt. Hon. Sir F. G., 
Bt. 

MiLVAiN, Thomas 

MiTCHBLL, William 

Montagu, G 

Montagu, Hon. J. Scott .., 

Moon, K. R. P 

Moore, W , 

Morgan, D. J 

Morgan, Hon. F. 
MORRELL, G. H. 

Morrison, J. A. 

Morton, A. H. A. 

Mount, W. A 

MowBRAT, Sir R. G., Bt. .. 

MuNTZ, Sip P. A., Bt. 

MuRRAT,Rt.Hon.A.Graham 

Murray, C. J 

Murray, Ck)l. W 

Myers, W. H 



Present CkniatUuenetf. 

Stockport, 1885 

Nottinghamshire, Basset- 
law. 1880 

Hampstead, 1902 

Burnley, 1900 

Huntingdonshire, S., 1900 ... 

Hants., New Forest, 1892 ... 

St. Pancras, North, 1885 ... 

Antrim, North, 1899 

Essex, Walthamstow, 1900 

Monmouthshire, South, 1885 

Oxfordshire, Woodstock, 
1885 

Wntshire, Wilton, 1800 ... 

Deptford, 1897 

Berkshire, Newbury, 1900... 

Lambeth, Brixton, 1900 ... 

Warwickshire, Tamworth, 
1885 



Buteshire, 1891... 
Coventry, 1895... 
Bath, 1882 
Winchester, 1893 



Former Constituency, 

York, 188a<85 . 
Durham, 1885-92 



Monmouthshire, 1874-85 
Oxfordshire, Woodstock, 
1891-92 



Lancashire, Prestwich, 

1886-95 
Warwickshire. North. 1884-85 



Hastings, 1880-83 



Nbwdioate, F. a. 

NlCHOI^ON, W. G. 

O'Neill, Hon. R.T. 



Warwickshire, Nuneaton, 

1882 
Hants, Petersfleld, 1897 ... 

Antrim, Mid, 1885 



Palmer, Sir Walter, Bt. .. 

Parker, Sir Gilbert 

Pembbrton, J. S. G 

Percy, Earl 

PiERPOiNT, Robert 

Pilkinoton, Col. Richard .. 

Platt-Higgins, F 

Plummer, Sir W. R , 

Powell, Sir F. S , 

PRETYMAN, B. G 

Prycb- Jones, E 

Pym, C.Guy 



SaUsbury*i900... ... .^ 

Gravesend, 1900 

Sunderland, 1900 

Kensington, South, 1895 ... 

Warrington, 1892 

Lancashire, Newton, 1889 ... 
Salford, North, 1895 .. 
NewcastlCrOn-.Tyne, 1900 ... 
Wigan, 1885 ... 

Suffolk, Woodbridge, 1885... 
Montgomery, 1895 ... 
Bedford, 1895 ... ... ... 



Wigan, 1857-59; Cambridge, 
Iffl3-fl8; Yorks., W.Riding. 
North, 1872-74 



Handles, J. S 

Rankin, Sir James, Bt. 

Rasch, Sip F. C. Bt. ... 
Ratclifp, R. F. 

Rbid, James 

Remnant, J. F. 
Rbnshaw, Sir C. B., Bt. 
RsNWiCK, George ... 
Richards, H. C. 
Ridley, Hon. M. W. ... 



Cumberland, Cockermouth, 

1900 
Hereford^ire, Leominster, 

1886 
Essex, Chelmsford, 1900 ... 
Staffordshire, Burton, 1900 
Greenock, 1800 
Finsbury, Holborn, 1900 ... 
Renfrewshire, West, 1882 ». 
Newcastle^n-Tyne, 1900 .... 

Finsbury, East, 1895 

Stalybridge, 1900 



Leominster, 1880-85 
Essex.. Sottth-East, 1886-1900 



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RiDLBT, S. F 

Ritchie, Rt Hon. C. T. 

Roberts, Samuel 
Robertson, Herbert 
Robinson, Brooke ... 
Rolleston, Sir J. F. L. 
Rolut, Sir a. K. 
RoPNER, Sir Robert ... 
Round, Rt. Hon. James 

RoTDS, C. BL 

Ruthbrpord, J. 
Rutherford, W. W. 

Sackville, Col. S. G. Stop- 
ford 

Sadler, CoL S. A. ... 
Samxtbl, Sir H. S 

Sandys, Lt-Col. T. M. 
Sassoon, Sir E. A., Bt. 
Saunderson, Rt. Hon. E. J. 

Scott, Sir a, Bt. 

Sbton-Carr, Sir H 

Sharpb, W. E. T 

Shaw-Stewart, Sir M. H., 

Bt. 

Sinclair, Louis 

Skewbs-Coz, Thomas 

Sloan, T.H. 

Smith, A. H. .• 

Smith, Hon. W. F. D. 

Spencer, Sir Ernest 

Stanley, Hon. A. 

Stanley, E. J 

Stanley, Lord 

Stewart, Sir M. J. M., Bt 
Stiruno-Maxwell, Sir J., 

Bt. 

Stock, J. H. 

Stone, Sir J. B 

Strutt, Hon. C. H 

Talbot, Lord E. 

Talbot, Rt Hon. J. G. 

Taylor, Austin 

Thornton, P. M 

Tollbmache, H. J. 

Tomlinson, Sir W. E. M., Bt 

Tritton, C. E. 

TUFP, Charles 

TUPNELL, Lt-Col. E, 
TuKE, Sir J. B 

TuRNOUR, Viscount 



PreaetU ConstUueney. 
Bethnal Green, S.W., 1900.. 
Croydon, 1896 

Sheffield, Eoclesall, 1902 ... 
Hackney, South, 1895 

Dudley, 1886 

Leicester, 1900 

IsUngton, South, 1886 
Stockton-on-Tees, 1900 
Essex, Harwich, 1885 

Rochdale, 1895 

Lancashire, Darwen, 1805 ... 
Liverpool, West Derby, 1808 

Northamptonshire, N., 1900 

Middlesbrough, 1900 

Tower Hamlets, Limehouse, 

1895 
Lancashire, Bootlo, 1885 ... 

Hythe,1899 

Armagh, North, 1885 
Marylebone, West, 1896 ... 

St Helens, 1885 

Kensington, North, 1895 ... 

Renfrewshire, East 1886 ... 
Essex, Romford, 1897 
Surrey, Kingston, 1895 

Belfast South, 1902 

Hertfordshire, Hertford, 

1900 

Strand, 1891 

West Bromwich, 1886 
Lancashire, Ormskirk, 1898 
Somerset Bridgwater, 1885 
Lancashire, Westhoughton, 

1892 

Kirkcudbright 1885 

Glasgow, College, 1895 
Ldrerpool, Walton, 1892 ... 
Birmingham, East, 1896 
Essex, Maldon, 1895 ... 

Sussex, Chichester, 18M ... 
Oxford University, 1878 ... 
Liverpool, £. Toxteth, 1902 
Clapham and Battersea,1892 
Cheshire, Eddisbury, 1885 .. 

Preston, 1882 

Lambeth, Norwood, 1892 ... 

Rochester, 1903 

Essex, Bouth-Bast, 1900 ... 
Edinburghand St Andrew's 

UnlversiUes, 1900 

.Sussex, Horshani, 1904 



Former ConatUueiufy, 

Tower Hamlets, 1874-85 ; 
Tower Hamlets, St. George's, 
1885-92 



Essex, East 1868-85 



Northamptonshire, N., 
1867-80. 



Cavan County, 1865-74 



ChrUtchurch. 189^1900 



Somerset West, 1882-86 



Wigtown, 1874-80 



Essex, East, 1883-85 



Kent, West 1868-78 



Cheshire, West 1881-85 



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Valkntia, Yisoount 

Vincent, Sir C. £. H. 
VmcBNT. Sir K. 

Walker, CoL W. H. 
Walrond. Rt Hon. Sir 
iV* H., Bt> •«• ••• «•• 

Wardb, Col. O. E 

Webb, CoL W. G 

Welbt, Lt-CoL A. C. £. ... 
Wblby, Sir Charles, Bt. ... 

Wentworth, B. C. V. 
Wharton, Rt. Hon. J. Lloyd 

Whitelet, H. 

Whttmore, C. A. 

W1LI.IAM8, CoL R. 

WiLLOUGHBY DE ErBSBY, 

Lord ... ••• 

WiLLOZ, Sir J. A. 

WiuK>N, A. Stanley 

WiuK>N, John 

W1L8ON-T0DD, Sir W. H.. Bt 

Wolff, G. W. 

Wobslby-Taylor, H. W. ... 
WORTLEY, Right Hon. C. B. 

Stuart 

Wriohtson, Sir Thos., Bt. 

WYLiB,Alez. 

Wyndham, Rt. Hon. Georgre 
Wyndham-Qvin, Lt.-CoL 

W.H. 

Terburoh, R. a. ... 
Younger, W 



Preaenit CottatUnenev, 
Oxford, UK ... ... ... 

Sheffield, Central, 1885 ... 
Exeter, 18m 

Lancashire, Widnes, 1900 ... 

Deyon^ Tiverton, 1885 

Kent,' Med way, 1892 

Staffordshire, Kingswin- 

foid,1900 

Taunton, 1895 

Nottinghamshire, Newark, 

1900 

Brighton, 1803 

Yorkshire, Ripon, 1886 ... 
Ashton-under-Lyne, 1895 ... 

Chelsea, 1886 

Dorset, West, 1895 

Lincolnshire, Homcastle, 

1891 
Liverpool, Everton, 1892 ... 
Yorkshire, Hoiderness, 1900 
Glasgow, St. Rollox. 1900 ... 
Yorkshire, Howdenshire, 

1892 
Belfast, East, 1892 
Lancashire, Blackpool, 1900 

Sheffield, Hallam, 1885 
St. Fancras, East, 1899 
Dumbsirtonshire, 1895 
Dover, 1889 

Glamorganshire, S., 1895 ... 

Chester, 1886 

Lincolnshire, Stamford, 1895 



Farmer Constituency^ 



Devon, East, 1880-85 



Durham, 1871-74 



Sheffield, 188(K^ 
Stockton, 1892-95 



LIBERAL UNIONISTS (68). 



Anson, Sir W. R., Bt. ... Oxford University. 1889 
Arnold-Forbtkr, Rt. Hon. 



H.O. 
Arrol, Sir W 

Brown, Sir A. H., Bt. 

Cavendish, R. F 

Cavbndish, V. C. W. 
Chambbrlain, Rt. Hon. 

Joseph 

Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. J. 

Austen 

Clive,P. A 

Cochrane, Hon. T 

CoujNos. Rt. Hon. Jesse ... 



Belfast, West, 1892 

Ayrshire, South, 1893 

Shropshire, WelUngton, 1885 Wenlock, 1868-85 

Lancashire,North Lonsdale, 

1895 
Derbyshire, West, 1891 

Birmingham, West, 1885 ... Birmingham, 1876-85 



Worcestershire, East, 1889 , 
Herefordshire, South, 1900 . 
Ayrshire, North, 1802 
Birmingham, Bordesley, 
1886 



Ipswich, 188»^ 



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COMPTON, Lord A. 

CoRBBTT, A. Cameron 

Cross, Alex. 

Crosslby, Rt Hon. Sir S., Bt. 

DOUOHTT, 0. 

DURNINGhLAWmENCB, Sir E., 

Bt 

Eluot, Hon. A. 

FiNLAY. Sir R. B 

FLANNBRY.Sir Fortescue»Bt* 

Gordon, J. 

Hain, E 

Hkndbrson, Sir Alex., Bt. 
HoBHOUSB, Rt. Hon. Henr^ 
Horner, F. W. 



Bedf oidshtre, Biggleewade, 

1885 
Glasgow, Tradestoo, 1886 ... 
Glasgow, Camlachie, 1882 ... 
Halifax, 1900 

Great Grimsby, 1895 ... ..i 

Cornwall, Truro, 1895 

Durham City, I89B 

Inverness, 1895 

Yorkshire, Shipley, 1895 .. 

Londonderry, South, 1900 ... 

ComwaU, St Ives, 1900 ... 
Staffordshire, West, 1888 ... 

Somerset, Bast, 1885 

Lambeth, North, 1900 



Former ConatUuency, 



Suffolk, Lowestoft, 18K^« 



Roxburghshire, 1880-92 
Inverness, 188»-92 



Jessel, Capt. H. M. St Pancras, South, 1888 ... 



Lambton, Hon. F. W. 

Law, a. B. 

Leveson-Gowbr, F. S, 
Lyttelton, Rt. Hon. A. ... 

McArthur, C. 

M'Iver, Sir Lewis, Bt 

Maconochib, a. W 

Martin, R. B 

Maxwell, W. J 

Metsey-Thompson, Sir H., 

Bt 
Mitchell, B 

MiDDLBMORE, J. T 

MiLDMAY, F. B 

MoLBSWORTH, Sir L., Bt ... 
Morpeth, Yisoount 

Parkbs, £. ... 

Pease. H. Pike 

Peel, Hon. W 

Purvis, R 

QuiLTER, Sir Cuthbert, Bt. 

Rothsohili>, Hon. L. 

Seely, C. H 

SufEON, Sir B., Bt 

Smith, H.C 

Smith, Rt. Hon. J. Parker... 



Durham, South-East 1900 . 
Glasgow, Blackfriars. 1900 . 
Sutherlandshire, 1900 
Warwick and Leamington, 
1895 

Liverpool, Exchange, 1897... 
Edinburgh, West 1895 ... 
Aberdeenshire, East 1900 ... 
Worcestershire, Mid, 1892 ... 

Dumfriesshire, 1900 

Staffordshire, Handsworth, 

1892 
Fermanagh, North, 1908 ... 
BirmiDgliaiB,Karth,1989 ... 

Devon, Totnes, 1885 

Cornwall, Bodmin, 1900 ... 
Birmingham. South, 1904 ... 

Birmingham, Central, 1895 . 

Darlington, 1898 

Manchester, South, 1900 ... 
Peterborough, 1895 

Suffolk, Sudbury. 1885 ... 

Bucks, Aylesbury, 1899 ... 

•Lincoln, 1895 

Southampton, 1895 ... 
Northumberland. Tyneside, 

1900 
Lanarkshire. Partick. 1800 • 



Durham. South. 1880-85 



Devon, Torquay, 1885-6 

Tewkesbury, 1880-85 
Dumfriesshire, 189^-95 
Lincolnshire, Brigg, 1885-86 



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Spear, J. Ward 
Strotan, J. 



Presenit Constituency. 
Devonshire, Tavistock, 1900 
Perthshire, West, 1900 



Former Constitttency, 



Thorburn, Sir W. 



Selkirk and Peebles, 1886 ... 



Wankltn, J. L 

Wills, Sir F., Bt. 

WoDEHousB, Bt. Hon. £. B. 
Wood, James 



Bradford, Central, 1895 
Bristol, North, 1900 ... 

Bath, 1880 

Down, East, 1902 



Abraham, W. ... 
Ambrose, R. ... 



NATIONALISTS (82). 



Cork, North-East, 1893 
Mayo, West, 1898 ... 



Limerick, West, 188^92 



Barrt. E. 
Blake, Hon. E. 

BOLAND, J. 

Burke, E. H. ... 

Campbell. John 
Carvill, p. G. H. 
Clancy, J. J. ... 
COOAN, D. J^ ... 
Condon, T. J. ... 
Crean, E. 
cullinan, j. ... 



Cork, South. 1892 

Longford, South, 1892 

Kerry, South, 1900 

King's County, Tullamore, 

Armagh, South, 1900 

Newry, 1892 

Dublin, North, 1885 

Wicklow, East, 1900 ... 
tipperary, East, 1883 
Cork, South-East, 1900 
Tipperary, South, 1900 



. . . Queen's Co. , Ossory, 196S^1900 



Delant, W. 
Devlin, CB. ... 
Devlin, J. 
Dillon, J. 
DoNELAN, Capt. A. 
DOOOAN, P. C. ... 
Duffy, W.J. ... 



Queen's County, Ossory, 1900 

Galway, City, 1903 

Kilkenny, North, 1902 

Mayo, East, 1885 

Cork, East, 1892 

Tyrone, East, 1895 

Oalway, South, 1900 



Tipperary, 1880-83 



Esmonds, Sir T., Bt. 

Farrell, J. P. 

Ffrench, p. 

Field, W 

Flavin, M. J 

Flynn. J. C. 



Wexford, North, 1900 

Longford, North, 1900 
Wexford, South, 1898 
Duhlin, St Patrick's, 1892 . 
Kerrr, North, 1896 ... 
Cork, North, 1885 ... 



Dublin, South, 1885-92; 
Kerry, West, 1892-1900 

Cavan, West, 1895 



GiLHOOLY, J. 



Cork, West, 1885 



Hamsiond, Js . 
HARRINOT(»r, 1?« 

Hayden, J. P. ... 
Healy,T.M. ... 



Carlow, 1891 ... 
Dublin, Harbour, 1885 
Boscommon, South, 189T 
Louth, North, 1892 ... 



Westmeath, 1883^ 



Wexford,1880-88; Monaghan, 
1883-85; Londonderry, S., 
1885<86: Longford, North, 
1887-92 



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Present OmstUueney, 


Fwrmer CwMtUueney. 


Jordan, J 


... Fermanagh, South, law ... 


Clare, West. 1885-92 ; Meath, 
South, 1893 


JOTCB, M 


... Limerick, City. 1900 




Kknnkdy, p. J. 




Kildare, North, 1892-95 


Kennedy, V. p. 


... Cavan, West. 1904 




KiLBRIDB, D 


... Kildare, South, 1909 




Law, H. a 


... Donegal, West, 1902 




IjSAMY, E. 


... Kildare, North, 1900 


Waterford. 1880-86; Cork, 
N.E., 1885-87: Sligo, 8., 
188M2 


TiUNDON, W 


... Limerick. East, 1900 




Macdonnetj*, Dr. M. 


... Queen's County, Leix, 1892 




MacNeiu^J.G.S. ... 


... Donegal. South, 1887 




:MgFadden, E. 


... Donegal, East, 1900 




?.['Huoii, P. A. ... 


... Leitrim, North, 1892 




:mcKban, J 


... Monaghan, South, 1902 ... 




:VIcKlLLOP, w. 


... Sligo, North, 1900 




r.IcVBAOH, J 


... Down, South, 1902 




MOONBY, J. J 


... Dublin, South, 1900 




Murnaohan, G. 


... Tyrone, Mid, 1895 




Murphy, J 


... Kerry, East, 1900 




Nannetti, J. P. 


... DubUn, College Green, 1900 




Nolan, Col. J. P. ... 


... Galway, North, 1900 


Galway. 1874-85; Galway, 
North, 1885-96 


XoLAN, Joseph 


... Louth, South, 1900 


Louth. North. 1885-92 


<)*Bribn, J. F.X. 


... Cork City. 1895 


Mayo, South, 1885-85 


O'Bribn, Kendal 


... Tipperary, Mid, 1900 




O'Brien, Patrick 


... Kilkenny, 1805 


Monaghan, North, 1886-02 


(VBrien, P. J. 


... Tipperary, North, 1885 




<J'Brien, WiUiam ... 


... Cork City, 1904 


Mallow, 188^^; Tyrone, a. 
1886-86: Cork, N.E..1887-82 ; 
Cork city, 1892-95 k 190(M 






0'Ck)NN0R, James 


... Wicklow, West, 1892 




O'Connor. T. P. 




Galway, 1880^ 


O'DoHERTY, William... 


... Donegal, North, 1900 




O'DoNNELT*, John 


... Mayo, South. 1900 




O'DoNNELL, Thomas ... 


... Kerry, West. 1900 




ODowDfJohn 


... Sligo, South, 1900 


Sligo, North, Mch.-Oct., 1900 


O'Kelly, Conor 


... Mayo. North, 1900 




O'Kblly, James 




Roscommon, 1880-85; Ros- 
common, North, 1886-92 






O'Mallky. William ... 


... Galway, Connemara. 1805... 




O'Mara, James 


... Kilkenny, South. 1900 .- 




O'Shaughnessy, p. J. 


... Limerick, West, 1900 




O'Shbb, J. J 


... Waterford, West, 1895 ... 




Power, P. J 


... Waterford, East, 1885 


Waterford, 1884-85 


Reddy, M 


... King's Ca, Birr, 1900 




Redmond, J. £. 


... Waterford City. 1891 


New Roes, 1881-85 ; Wexford. 
North. 1886^ 


Redmond, William ... 


... Clare, East, 1892 


^^dJoJS-iSi*'^- 


Roche, John 


... Galway, Bast, 1890 




Shrehan, D. D. 


... Cork, Mid, 1901 




Shebhy, D 


... Meath, South, 1903 


Galway, South, 1886-1900 


Sullivan, Donal 


... Westmeath, South, 1885 ... 





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Thompson, Dr. £. C. 
TULLY» J. 

Waldron, L. a. 

Whttb, Patrick 

Young, Samuel 



Present Conatitiiencp, 
Monaghan, North, 1900 ... 
Leitrim, South, 1898 

thiblin, St. Stepheti^s Green, 

1904 ... 

Mealh, North, 1900 Z ... 

Cavan, East, 1892 



Former ConstUueiwy. 



PEERS WITH HEIRS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

[The death of a peer creates a vacancy in the House of Commons in the followinsr 
cases. It should be remembered {a) that a Scotch Peer may not be a Member of the 
House of Commons, though he is not a Member of the House of Lords ; and (6) that an 
Irish Peer may, unless a Representative Peer, sit in the House of Commons.] 



Peer, 
AberooFn, (S) IHika of ... 

Aldenham, Iiord 

Anoaster, Bart of 

Aaliooinbe, I«ord 

Brownlow, Bart 

""Buoolauoh, <S) Duke of ... 

Carlisle, Barl of 

"Crawford and Balearres, 
(S) Barl of 

Derby, Barl of 

Devonshire, Dnke of 

Donraven, (I) Barl of ... 

Durham, Barl of 

Btferton of Tatton, Barl 

Blibank, (S) Xiord 

Oosohen, Yisoonni 

Oreville, Iiord 

Orimihorpe, liord 

Hambleden, Yiscouniess 

Kenyon, liOrd 

»Midleton, a) Yisoount ... 
Montana of BeauUeu ... 
Newlands, I«ord 

Norfolk, Dnke of 

Northumberland, Duke of 

Peel, Yisoount 

Ridley, Yisoount 

RotheehUd, Iiord 

Southampton, Iiord 

Bpeaoer, Bart of ... 
Tredegar, liord 

Wimbome* liord ... 



Heir. 
Marquess of Hamilton (C)... 

Hon. Alban Oibbs (C) 

Lord Willoughbt d'Eresby 

(C) 

Hon. H. CuBrrr (C) 

H. J. C. CusT (C) (to Banmy 

only) 

Earl of DALKErrH (C) 

Lord Morpeth (LU) 

Lord Baloarres (C) 

Lord Stanley (C) 

Victor Cavendish (LU) 
Col. W. H. W yndham-Quin (C) 
Hon, F. W. Lambton (LU) ... 
Hon. a. de Tatton Eoerton 

(C) (to Barony only) 
Master of Eubank (L) 
Hon. G. J. Oosohen (C) 
Hon. R. H. F. Greville (C) ... 

E. W. Beckett (C) 

Hon. W. F. D. Smith (C) 

Hon. G. T. Kenyon (C) 

Kt. Hon. St. J. Brodbick (C) 
Hon. J. W. Scott-Montaou (C) 
Hon. J. H. C. Hozixr (C) 

Ix)RD B. Talbot (C) 

Earl Percy (C) 

Hon. W. R. W. Peel (LU) ... 
Hon. M. W. Ridley (C) 
Hon. L. W. Rothschild (LU) 

Hon. E. a. Fttzboy (C) 

Rt. Hon. C. R. Spenokb (L) ... 

Hon. F. Morgan (C) 

Hon. Ivor Guest (L) 



Constituency, 
Londonderry City. 
City of London. 
Lines. Homcaatle. 

Surrey, Reigate. 
Bermondsey. 

Roxbnrghshii'C. 
Birminsrham, S. 

Lanc6. Chorley. 
Lanes. Westhoughtou. 
Derbyshire, West. 
Glamorgan, S. 
Durham, S.E. 
Cheshire, Knutsf ord. 

Midlothian. 
Sussex, E. Grinstead. 
Bradford, E. 
Yorks. Whitby. 
Strand. 

Denbigh District. 
Surrey, Guildford. 
Hants. New Forest. 
Lanark, S. 
Sussex, Chichester. 
St. George's, Hanover 

Square. 
Manchester, S. 
Stalybridge. 
Bucka Aylesbury. 
Northants. S. 
Northants. Mid. 
Monmouth, S. 
Plymouth. 



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PARLIAMENT 

AND 

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEBtJRE. 

[Unless otherwise stated^ the refereMx, is to the Hoiise of Commons.] 



ADMISSION. 

£KTiU)fci£ to the Palace of Westminster is free to all, by the doorway in Old 
Palace Yard, opposite St. Margarets Church, at any time when the Legislature 
is sitting, but ttie visitor must remain in the Central Hall (or Outer Lobby) 
unless he has a ticket of admission to either House. This can be obtained 
through a Peer or a Member respectively, but should be applied for in advance, 
especially when an important debate is expected. In the Commons, three 
places are set apart for visitors— the Distinguished Strangers' Gallery, the 
Strangers' Gallery, and certain benches Under Uie Gallery ; while there are also 
the Peers' Gallery and the Ladies' Gallery. Admission to this last has to be 
balloted for beforehand bv Members, because of the great demand for the few 
seats ; but in the Lords, lady visitors can sit in the oniinary gallery with their 
male friends. On Saturdays throughout the year, and on Easter and Whit 
Mondays and Tuesdays, except when either House is sitting, visitors are 
admitted to view the Palace of Westminster between the hours of ten and 
four, by tickets freely obtainable at an entrance near the Victoria Tower* at 
the House of Lords end. 

ADJOURNMENT^ 
Of the SrmNo. 

Except by special resolution, the consideration of contentious business in the 
Commons is suspended at midnight on the first four days of eiach week, and at 
half-past five on Fridavs ; and, after the disposal of any remaining and un- 
opposed orders of the aay, the House adjourns upon motion made, usually by a 
Minister ; though, if the sitting continue until one o'clock in the former case, or 
six in the latter, the Speaker adjourns the House without Question put. The 
suspension of the sitting at half-past seven on the first four oays of the week is 
not an acyoumment reauiring a motion. In case of grave disoraer, the SjMker 
cask either adjourn the House or suspend a sitting at his discretion. The House 
also stands adjourned if the Speaker iinds, upon bis attention being called, thai 
forty Members are not in the Chamber, save that no ' count ' can take place at 
an evening sitting up to ten o'clock, while, it at any time before four on Friday 
forty Members are not present, the Speaker withdraws until that hour, unless 
the required quorum be previously made, but if they be not there then, he 
adjourns the House. 

For a Recess. 

The Commons can adjourn, not only from day to day, but for a given period 
by way of recess. The latter course is invariably adopted at Easter and 
Whitsuntide, the length of the holiday varying with the amount of work the 
Ministry has to do, or wishes to be done; and it is sometimes taken in = the 
early autunm when it is desired to complete the business of the session without 
breaking inito the customary hdiday period. There is then an adjoutfiment 
resolved upon, and an * autumn sitting' held, the^ Bills being taken up at the 
resumption at the stage they had reached earlier in tiie session i If Pittrliament 
has been prorogued at the customary date, and has to be summoned at an 
earlier date than had been intended, because of some national emergency, an 
* autumn session ' is necessary, when all business has to be begun afresh. 



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Motions for. 

A member has power to propose at an afternoon sitting tiiat the House shall 
adjourn for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public im- 
portance ; and, if not fewer than forty rise in their places to support him, the 
motion comes on for debate at the beginning of the evening sittmg. It is for 
the Speaker to decide whether the question submitted is * a definite matter 
of urgent public importance,* and the motion must neither raise a question 
substantially identical with one already decided in the same session nor 
anticipate aiscussion upon a Bill or motion of which notice stands on the 
paper. For the consequences of this last restriction, see Blocking Motions, 

BILLS. 

Every Member is entitled to submit a project of law in the shape of a Bill, 
and, in addition to the measures brought forward by Ministers, generally known 
as Government Bills, and by private Members — Private Members* Bills — ^there 
are Private Bills and Provisional Order Confirmation Bills. The two former 
classes deal with legislation affecting the whole, or a defined section, cf the body 
politic, while the two latter are concerned with projects promoted by municipal 
bodies, public companies, or private individuals for local or personal objects ; 
but all classes have to be read three times in each House before they can be 
sent to the Sovereign for assent. Government Bills are tiiose introauced by 
Members of the Administration in accordance with promises given in the Speech 
ftom the Throne, or in Parliament or on the platform. They have precedence 
on certain days and at specified periods of the session, and, if desired by the 
Ministry promptly to be passed, have special facilities afforded them. Private 
Members Bills have to take their chance in a ballot for places, and their intro- 
ducers select the vacant date on the order paper which promises to enable the 
ensuing stage to be reached early. Fridays up to nearly the end of the session 
are set apart for their consideration ; but, although the closure may be invoked 
to secure their second reading, no Private Members* Bill which is opposed by a 
determined minority has, in present circumstances, a chance of passing unless 
assisted by the Government. Every measure has to be * backed * by the names 
of its introducer and certain Members who support it, the number not ex- 
ceeding a dozen, and it may be accompanied by a non-contentious memorandum 
explaining its provisions. After being read a first time, which is a formal step, 
and a second, which is a disputed one, it has to be considered in committee, 
usually of the whole House ; but it may be referred to a Standing or a Select Com- 
mittee (see Committees), from which it is reported to the House. The objects of 
Private Bills have to be advertised before the schemes are presented to Parlia- 
ment, and they have to comply with certain Standing Orders previous to being 
introduced, and when brought in have to be * backed * by a Member, usually 
representing the district most nearly affected. Upon being read a second time 
— ^a stage very seldom opposed — ^they are referred to a committee of four 
Members, who«e decision upon both the principle and the details is, in the very 
laige majority of instances, accepted as final. Provisional Order Confirmation 
Bills are brought forward by a representative of the Government Department 
^vhich has issued, under statutory powers, tiie provisional order requiring legis- 
lative sanction ; and they may be referred to a Joint Committee of both Houses, 
but this is a course adopted with extreme rarity. 

BLOCKINQ MOTIONS. 

There are two kinds of blocking motions, one to hinder the progi^ess of a Bill 
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of rejection, which serves, until withdrawn, to stop a measure from beinp^ pro- 
ceeded with after midnight on the first four days or the week or half-past five on 
Friday. Hie latter is a notice to call attention on *an early day* to tiie subject 
in question, with the addition of an intention to move a resolution, the terms of 
which are sometimes given. It has been ruled, with increasing strictness of 
recent years, that, in the words of May's Parliamentary Practice^ ' a motion is 
out of order which anticipates, not only a matter standing on the notice papier 
as an order of the day, or as a notice of a motion, or an amendment appointed 
for a future day, but also a matter of which public notice has been given in the 
House, at the time when notices are given, or a notice of motion standing as a 
notice for which no special day is fixed.* As a consequence, a Member who 
desires to prevent discussion or a subject inconvenient to his party, hands in a 
notice of motion which he does not intend to move, and with the terms of which 
he himself disagrees ; and this, by the ofiiclal ruling, prevents debate as long as 
it remains on the paper, whence it can be removed only by the Member himself, 
who may place it thereon at the opening of the session and leave the country for 
the remainder, secure in the power of his * blocking motion * to stifle discussion. 

BUDGET, THE. 

The Budget is the speech of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, containing an 
account of the national revenue and expenditure for the previous financial year 
and the Government's proposals for raising the revenue of the coming one ; and 
it is usually laid before the House of Commons towards the end of April or in 
the earliest days of May. The proposals are at once submitted to the Cfommons 
in the form oi resolutions ; ana upon the adoption of the first (which is cus- 
tomarily non-<:ontentious and is passed the night the Budget is opened), the 
whole of the suggested taxes are immediately levied. After the House has 
discussed all the proposals, the resulting resolutions form the basis of the annual 
Finance Bill; and that measure has uien to go through the usual course of 
Government measures, except that it can be discussed after midnight, and 
cannot be altered in any detail by the House of Lords, which must either accept 
or reject it as it has come from the Commons. If any of the Chancellor of the 
Exchequer's proposals affecting the amoimt of an impost be amended or with- 
drawn during the progress or the resolutions or the Finance Bill through the 
House of Commons, the money already levied, as a consequence of the pro- 
ceedings on Budget night, is returned. 

BUSINESS, ARRANGEMENT OF. 

Broadly speaking, the business of Parliament is divided into two well-defined 
sections, public and private, the former dealing with national or imperial, and 
the latter with local or personal, concerns. But of more interest to the legis- 
lator is a further division of the former into Government and Private Members* 
business. Government business includes not only Ministerial Bills, but 
the whole of the country's financial affairs ; and an increasing degree of 
precedence and other facilities for its progress has of late years been accorded 
to it in the Commons. It has precedence at every sitting except the evening 
sittings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and the sitting on Fridays ; but the 
Tuesday evening sitting is given to tne Government by Standing Order after 
Easter and the Wednesday one after Whitsun, and only the third and fourth 
Fridays after Whit Sunday are reserved to private Members when that holiday 
has been passed. As the Friday sitting occupies for effective purposes only 
five hours and a half, and the Tuesday and Wednesday evening sittings no more 
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gress with their Bills or moving their resolutions is, therefore, extremely limited ; 
and it is not infrequently the more contracted by the Government moving to 
take the whole time of the House at even an earlier date than is providea by 
Standing Orders, while it is still further lessened by the provision ttiat opposed 
private Bills shall be discussed at the commencement of the evening sittings. 
Vet some four hundred Members ballot at the opening of every Session for a 
chance to bring forward a Bill or move a resolution. 

COMMITTEES. 

From the point of view of popular liberty, the most important of House of 
Commons* Committees is the Committee of Ways and Aleans, which is com- 
posed of the whole assembly, and in which originates all financial business. 
Its Chairman, by virtue of his office, is not only Chairman of Committee of 
Supply and of Committees of the Whole House, but is Deputy-Speaker, 
charged, in the absence of the Speaker, with all tjie powers of the Chair ; and 
he is chosen from among the Ministerial majority at the commencement of each 
Parliament. The Committee of Supply, in which every Member is included, 
has power to deal in detail with all the Estimates laid before the House by the 
various Government departments ; but it can only grant, reduce, or ref\ise the 
amount asked for in tne Estimates, and no motion for an increase can be 
made. In Committee of the Whole House, the clauses are discussed of such 
Government and Private Members* Bills as have not been referred to Standing 
or Select Committees ; and Members, who can speak only once on each separate 
question when the Speaker is. in the Chair, can address the Committee, with 
relevancy, as often as he pleases or his colleagues will listen. 

At the opening of each Session, there are appointed certain Select Com- 
mittees possessing extensive powers relative to the business of the House, as 
indicatea by their names, these being the Committee on Standing Orders, the 
Committee of Selection, the Committee of Public Accounts, the General 
Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, the Committee on Public Petitions, 
and the Police and Sanitary Committee; while the Committee of Privileges 
was revived during the session of 1904, and the Kitchen and Refreshment 
Rooms Committee is an important body, selected every session to provide for 
the creature comforts of the Members generally. Two Standing Committees — 
sometimes referred to as Grand Committees — are appointed in eacrh session, 
the one (which considers Bills referred to it by the House dealing with law, 
courts of justice, and legal procedure) the Standing Committee on Law, and 
the other (which is concerned with measures affecting trade, agriculture, 
fishing, shipping, and manufactures) the Standing Committee on Trade. 
Sixty membiers of each of these two oodies are nominated by the Committee 
of selection, which is also accustomed to add fifteen members in respect of 
any particular Bill in the consideration of which, from special knowledge, they 
may be able to render marked assistance. 

Select Committees, other than those set up each session as already named, 
are appointed by the House to inquire into and report upon some special 
question or particular measure, and they consist of a varying numl>er of 
Members, selected as nearly as possible in proportion to the relative strength 
of parties, they sometimes becoming Joint Committees by being linked with 
an equivalent body of Peers. Private Bill Committees consist of four Members, 
chosen by the Committee of Selection (except in the case of opposed Railway 
and Canal Bills, when the Chairman is appomted from among its own members 
by the General Committee on these measures); while Hybrid Committees, 
which deal with Public Bills affecting private interests, are nominated partly 
by the House and partly by the Committee of Selection. In no case is a 
member of any of these Committees paid for his services. 

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COMMONS, HOUSE OF. 

The House of Commons consists of 670 Members, 465 of whom represent 
England, 30 Wales, 72 Scotland, and 103 Ireland ; and, of the total, 377 sit 
for counties, 984 for boroughs, and 9 for universities. The present number 
and composition of the Chamber was determined by the Redistribution Act of 
1885 ; and the existing House was chosen at the General Election of September 
and October, 1900. It can thus, if the operation of the Septennial Act be 
fully insisted on, be continued in existence until the autumn of 1907 ; but only 
two Parliaments out of the last fourteen — ^those summoned by the late Queen 
Victoria previous to the present one — ^have lived even a few months over six 
years, while something nearer four than five years is the average length. 

CONDUCT. 

Members of Parliament have to conform to certain rules of conduct, some 
written but most unwritten, which govern their behaviour in the House itself. 
As they advance up the floor to their seat, they bow to the Chair ; they must be 
uncovered while standing and always when speaking, except it be on a point 
of order after a division has been called, when a hat has to be worn ; they must 
not pass between the Chair and one who is addressin^^ the House ; and, when 
speaking, they must not step beyond a red line woven mto the matting on each 
side of the floor. During a defclate, they must not read a book or newspaper, 
and they are supposed not to indulge in conversation, while they must not clap 
their hands or stamp their feet in token of approbation or hiss in sig^ of dis- 
approval, the allowable applause being to call 'Hear, hear* as frequently as 
desired, and dissent being usually limited to cries of '*Vide* and 'Question,* 
with inarticulate but reasonably courteous murmurs. A speaker must sit when 
the occupant of the Chair rises, and he may be called to order for irrelevancy or 
repetition ; while, if he disregard the Chair or abuses the rules by persistent and 
wilful obstruction, he is ' named,* and, upon motion made and carried, suspended 
from the service of the House, having at once to leave the precincts. If his 
conduct be g^rossly disorderly, the Speaker can order his imm^iate withdrawal, 
and, if he declines to go, he may be removed by force and suspended for the 
remainder of the Session. 

DEBATE. 

A Member who desires to take part in debate must rise uncovered and 
address himself to the Chair, and it is for its occupant to single out which one 
of those who have risen shall speak by calling upon him by name. The custom 
is to select in turn one from each side or the House, or one who may be 
presumed likely to reply to the arguments of the immediately preceding speaker ; 
but preference is given to a Minister or occupant of the Front Opposition Bench, 
save in the case of a new Member, who is always called upon when he desires to 
make his maiden speech. No one can speak more than once on the same 
question when the Speaker is in the Chair, except as a matter of personal 
explanation, and then only by leave ; but in Committee he can speak as often 
as the Chairman sees him rise. In either case he must be relevant to the 
subject, and refrain from vain repetitions ; and, though he may refresh his 
memory with notes, he must not read his speech. He may not refer to any 
subject which is sub judies, or make any personal charges against another 
Member ; must avoid both treason and obstruction ; and must be courteous 
both in lang^uage and demeanour. 

DIVISIONS. 

When a debate has concluded, either by natural exhaustion or the application 
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favour of the motion are invited to say * Aye/ and those against it * No ; * and 
the Speaker or Chainnan says * I think the Ayes [or Noes] have it/ If the 
minority desire a division* they challenge the opinion by exclaiming * The Noes 
[or Ayes] have it;' whereupon strangers are directed to withdraw, ai| order 
which in these days applies only to those sitting Under the Gallery. Simul- 
taneously the Clerk turns a two-minute sand-glass, and, while the sand is 
runninp^ out, electric bells ring through the building and policemen shout 
* Division ! * in the precincts, so that all Members within hail can enter in time 
to vote. The outer doors of the House are then closed and locked, and the 

auestion is put a second time from the Chair, when, if the minority persist in 
tieir <daim ror a division, two tellers are named by the Speaker or Chainnan for 
each side, and the Ayes are directed to go to the right of the Chair and the 
Noes to the left, the practical effect of which is that the former leave the House 
behind the Chair and the latter bv the other end of the Chamber, and as they 
pass into the respective division lobbies their names are taken. When Members 
nave passed the tellers and been counted, they return to the House in the 
reverse direction to that by which they left, and when the lobbies are dear the 
tellers come to the table, those for the winning side being on the right hand, 
and the senior teller for the majority reads out the numbers, which are repeated 
from the Chair as the decision of the House. If the numbers are equal, the 
Speaker or Chairman gives his vote, and this usually so as to ensure tiie subject 
being further discussed ; and everv Member who has heard the question put has 
to vote at the risk of being treated; as disorderly if he refuse. 

ESTIMATES, THE. 
In the early part of every session there are laid before the Commons the 
Estimates for uie public service during the coming financial year, these being 
divided into three sections^the Navy, the Army, and the Civil Service. With 
the two former is accustomed to be circulated a memorandum, signed by the 
First Lord of the Admiralty and the Secretary of State for War respectively, 
explaining any special features or proposals embodied in them ; and the 
representative in the House of the Admiralty or the War Office adds to this 
a speech when laying the Estimates formally before the Commons, but there is 
no such memorandum or speech in the case of the Civil Service Estimates, these 
covering all the Government Departments outside the two already named, no 
one Minister, therefore, being responsible for the whole oi them. Each of the 
Estimates contains a detailed statement of the money intended to be spent in the 
financial year next ensuing ; but it is extremely unusual for the session to pass 
without Supplementary Estimates being presented to cover unforeseen con- 
tingencies, tliese greatJy adding to the expenditure of the year. When money is 
wanted for either of the Services before the estimated expenditure is fully 
sanctioned, it is secured by means of a Vote on Account, while, in case of a 
national emergency, a Vote of Credit is granted, the two latest instances having 
been in 187B, when one of six millions was resolved upon at the instance of the 
Beaconsfield Administration towards the close of the Kusso-Turkish War, and in 
1885, when one of eleven millions was unanimously agreed to on the motion of 
Mr. Gladstone during the Russo-Afghan crisis. 

FRONT BENCHES. 

The Treasury Bench, which is to the immediate right of the Chair, is 
occupied by members of the Administration, while on the Front Opposition 
Bench, which faces it, sit members of the preceding Government, most usually 
(though not necessarily) in political antagonism to Ministers. The leader of the 
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arrangement of business ; and he is often assisted in this by the leader of the 
Opposition, who is chosen for that position by his pariiamentanr colleagues. 
No direct official responsibility falls upon the leader of the Opposition, but, as 
one who has held high office, and, in the customary course may be expected 
to be so occupied again, he is sometimes supplied by Ministers with con- 
fidential information, and privately aslced for counsel. Occupants of iiie two 
front benches are accorded the first glance of • the Speaker*8 eye,' when they 
rise to address the House. 

HOURS OF MEETING. 

The House of Lords meets as a judicial tribunal in the morning, and as 
a legislative body at half-past four in the afternoon ; while the Conamons 
assemble at two o'clock on the first four days of the week, and at noon on 
Fridays. On these first four davs, the Commons cease debate on disputed sub- 
jects at midnight, and on Fridays at half-past five, usually adjourning very 
speedily thereaiter, and at one a.m. and six p.m. respectively in any case, unless 
a Money Bill is under discussion or the rule on this head has been suspended by 
vote of the House. The Commons further separate for dinner on Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at half-past seven, and resume at nine. 

KING'S SPEECH AND ADDRESS. 

At the commencement and the close of every session, there is read to the two 
Houses a Speech from the Throne, prepared by Ministers and adopted by the 
Sovereign, the earlier indicatinK to Parliament the principal measures intended 
to be proposed, the later recording such as have been passed, and each containing 
some account of the country's position in regard to foreign relations. After the 
earlier, a motion is made in each House for an Address to be presented to the 
Crown, expressing thcuiks for the Royal Speech ; and although within recent 
years the form of this has been altered so that instead of the Speech being 
echoed paragraph by paragraph the motion is simplv a brief expression of 
thanks, amendments can be moved alluding to every public matter which either 
has or has not been touched in the original document. A defeat upon the 
Address is tantamount to one upon a vote of no-confidence, and involves the 
immediate resignation of the Ministry. 

LOBBY, THE. 

There are various portions of the Palace of Westminster known as ' lobbies,' 
and though the one most often seen by visitors is the Outer Lobby or Central 
Hall, into which all must go who wish to find a Member or enter the House, the 
Inner or Members' Lobby is the one meant when • the Lobby ' is referred teas a 
place of political gossip or party intrigue. It is reserved to Members and ex- 
Members, Peers, private secretaries of Ministers, tod a select number of 
journalists and political organizers, whose names appear on a • Lobby List,' 
authorised by the Speaker and superintended by tne Seijeant-at-Arms. The 
corresponding * outer room ' of the House of Lords, is not used for a similar 
purpose but for the hanging of the hats and coats of the Peers ; and in neither 
is permitted that form of pcu'liamentary endeavour known elsewhere as ' lobbying,' 
which consists of a systematic endeavour on behalf of powerfid *• interests ' to 
secure legislative aid for private concerns at the public expense. 

LORDS, HOUSE OF. 

The House of Lords is an ever-increasing body which consists at this moment 
of nearly 600 Members. This number includes 16 Representative Peers for 
Scotland, chosen at the commencement of every Parliament, and 28 Repre- 



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sentative Peers for Ireland, elected for life. There is no limit, except the will 
of the Sovereign, to the creation of Peers, but the tendency during the past few 
years has been towards slackening the pace in this direction. Only on very 
exceptional occasions do as many as a quarter of the whole number vote, and 
the average attendance during the comparatively brief sittings is less than 50. 

MINISTRY, THE. 

The Ministry is composed of a number of Members of both Houses, who 

occupy the chief positions in the various offices of State, and who, while 

technically holding office under the Crown, are changed according to the will of 

the Commcms. ^o Administration in modem times nas resigned because of an 

adverse vote of the Peers ; but, when defeated in the Commons, it must either 

resign or obtain the Sovereign's consent to a dissolution in order that the country 

may decide whether it shalTcontinue in power. The head of the Administration 

is the Prime Minister, who is usually also First Lord of the Treasury, although 

the position — ^for it is not an office — has sometimes in recent years been held 

in association with the Foreign Secretaryship. The Prime Minister chooses 

his colleagues, the principal among whom, to a varjring number (at present 

eighteen) form the Cabinet, in which body are always included the First 

Lord of the Treasury, the five Principal Secretaries of State — ^those for the Home 

I Department, Foreign Affairs, the Colonies, War, and India the First Lord of 

I the Admiralty, the Chancellor of the Exdiequer, the Lord Chancellor, and the 

I Lord President of the Council ; but it is according to the determination of the 

j Premier what other Ministers shall be included. Outside the Cabinet there are 

! a number of minor official positions, departmental, legal, and connected with the 

Royal Household, which are filled by members of the parliamentary majority, and 

I which are changed as that majority is altered ; and all holders of these are 

I accustomed to be called * His Majesty's Ministers,' tiiough this in some of the 

! lesser instances is a matter of courtesy rather than of right. 

^^ PETITIONS. 
Every subject has a right to present or sign a petition to either or both 
Houses of Parliament, praying in respectful language and prescribed form for 
the removal of a grievance or in favour of or opposition to any measure which is 
before the Legi^ature. The right is exercised with great freedom but with 
somewhat less frequency than formerly, the introduction of household suffrage 
having given citizens other opportunities for pressing their wishes upon the 
legislature ; while now that no debate, except in very special circumstances, 
is allowed on a petition, that it is rarely that its prayer is read in the House, and 
that the overwhelming majority of such documents are quietiy dropped by the 
presenting Members in a bag kept for the purpose at the back of the chair, 
leaving, only ft bald record subsequently to oe published in an official report, 
petitioning does not affect the proceedings or the opinion of Parliament in any- 
thing like the old degree. 

QUESTIONS. 

One of the most valuable and valued privileges of the private Member, 
ffreatiy as it has been curtailed of late years, is the putting of questions to 
Ministers. These may concern any matter of general or locafinterest-— though 
the over-asking of questions of the latter type furnished one argument for 
lessening the privilege— and they are put at the be^nning of the sitting, with a 
limitation of time for their answer to forty minutes m all. As a rule, they must 
be previously given notice of in writing, but Ministers may reply to those of 
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he distinguishes his question by an asterisk, and questions not so distinguished 
or not reached bv five minutes before three on ordinary days, are rn>liea to in a 
printed form, which is circulated with the daily official 'Votes and Proceedings.' 
Questions arising out of the answer the Minister has given are allowed, but the 
putting oi such supplementary questions is discoura^^ alike by Ministers and 
the Speaker, and very few in uiese days receive a reply. 

RESIGNATION OF SEATS. 

In a strict sense, no Member of the House of Commons, once duly elected, 
can vacate his seat except by death or the dissolution of Parliament. There is 
no formal metiiod of resignation, but a Member who accepts office under the 
Crown vacates his seat. When, therefore, a Member wishes to retire, he applies 
to the ChanceUor of tiie Exchequer to grant him the Stewardship of either the 
Chiltem Hundreds or tiie Manor of Northstead, and, upon this purely honorary 
office being given, and duly sasetted, a new writ can be moved for to fill the 
vacancy, such a motion — as a^ in the case of death or succession or elevation 
to the peerage — being accustomed to be made by the Chief Whip of the party 
to which the late Member belonged. 

ROYAL ASSENT. 

A Bill which has passed through all its stages in the two Houses needs the 
Royal Assent in order to become law ; and this in these days is never given by 
the Sovereign in person, but by certain Lords Commissioners, usually including 
the Lord Chancellor, acting on his behalf. The Assent is given in the House 
of Peers in the presence of both Lords and Commons, the latter headed by their 
Speaker, and their presence being specially desired for the occasion ; and it is 
pronounced in Norman-French forms, varying according to the class of Bill 
scuictioned. For a Money Bill, the words are : *' L0 Roy retnsreis sen bans tujeU^ 
accepte leur benevolence, et ainsi le vetUt\- for a Public Bill, *Le Roy le veuU^; 
for a Private Bill, *SoUfait comme U est desir6* ; and upon a petition demanding 
a ri^t, whether public or private, * 80U droit fait comme il est desirL^ Shoula 
the Koyal Assent be refused, it would be in the form, * Le Roy s\wiserd */ but, 
although this was not uncommonly used under the Stuarts, it has not been 
beard m Parliament since March, 1708 — not 1707, as given in all the text-books, 
the significance of the year lying in the fact that tne Royal Assent has thus 
t)een once, and only once, refused since the Legislative Union between England 
uid Scotland. 

SESSION, THE. 

It is customary for Parliament to meet annually for the Session early in 
February and separate in August ; but the limit may be extended in either 
lirection, with the consequence that it is possible for a session to extend into 
wo years. That of 1893-4, for instance, was opened on January 31st, 1893, 
ind, after an adjournment from September 22nd to November 2nd, with 
inusually brief recesses at Easter, Whitsuntide, and Christmas, it was not 
)rorogued until March 5th, 1894, the regular session of 1894 commencing 
xactJy a week later and closing on August 25th. In some years, an ac^oum- 
aent is taken from August to October or early November, in order at an 
utumn sitting to dispose of the legislative programme from the stage to which 
: is advanced; while more rarely, at times of national emergency, an autumn 
ession is summoned. A question upon which a decision has been taken 
annot be reopened in the same session, nor can a Public Bill be taken up 
1 an ensuing session at the point it had reached in the preceding one. 



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SPEAKER, THE. 

The Speaker of the House of Lords is the Lord Chancellor ; but the Parlia- 
mentary official known to all as 'The Speaker * presides over the deliberations of 
the House of Commons. He is * the First Commoner of the Realm,* and is the 
free choice of the Members, for, although that choice has formally to be 
approved by the Sovereign, no monarch since Charles II. has interfered with 
the selection. Nominally he is appointed for a Parliament, but in practice he 
continues in the Chair until he desires to withdraw, when he is made a Peer. 
In this way, his impartiality is secured and respected in a d^^ree not accustomed 
to be anticipated from the Deputy-Speaker or Chairman ofCommittees, who is 
chansed according to the composition of the parliamentary majority. The 
Speaker^s powers, defined and undefined, are extremely wide, and his decisions 
are almost invariably treated with the greatest deference by the House ; and, 
though his labours, in mere noint of the time occupied, have been reduced of 
late years by the closing of debate at midnight, his responsibilities have been 
incr»E»ed by the working of the new rules of procedure, and particularly those 
affecting motions for adjournment and the application of the closure. 

SUPPLY. 

Of all matters with which the Commons are concerned, the most permanently 
important, and the most regularly attended to, is the business of Suj^Iy. An 
attempt in recent years has been made to secure a more systematic examination 
of the Estimates, by specifically allotting twenty days before August 5th in each 
session for their discussion. In practice, however, it has been round that those 
responsible for the Estimates have not been loth to allow the House to fritter 
away most of the allotted time in discussing trivialities, while, as in former days, 
many millions are voted in as many minutes towards the end of the session, 
without the slightest pretence at examination or debate. The old parliamentary 
theory was crystallised in the phrase, 'Grievances before Supply;* but the 
limitations now imposed upon the discussion of the Estimates prevent this 
being carried into practice. There are only certain technical and far from obvious 
differences between the House sitting as a Committee of Supply and as a 
Committee of Ways and Means, for in both capacities it has full charge of the 
nation*s finance; and the chief point of its labours is the passing of two 
Appropriation Bills in the course of the session— the one necessary before 
March 31st, in order to clear up all the Supplementary Estimates, and the other 
before the prorogation to deal with the regular Estinuites of the year. And the 
constitutional importance of tiiese measures is that the votes of money submitted 
by Ministers are • for services coming in course of payment during the year,' 
and that ail such monevs must be appropriated by Act of Parliament to some 
distinct use either whoUv or partly within the financial year in which the statute is 
passed. It is this whicn absolutely prevents this country from being without a 
Parliament for a full year. 

WHIPS. 

Although technically the • Whips * are no part of the machinery of Parlia- 
ment, in a practical sense, and under existing conditions, they are essential to 
its smooth working. Three parties are recognised by the House of Commons 
authorities as entitled to the use of a 'Whips* Room,* the Liberal, the Con- 
servative, and the Nationalist. From these go forth the summonses which 
bring Members together for the more important debates and divisions ; and each 
party is provided with a chief and a second whip, and certain assistant-whips, 
all of whom are Members. The Ministerial Chief Whip is always the Patronage 
Secretary to the Treasury, and his assistants are certain Junior Lords of the 
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THE PRINCIPAL DIVISIONS, 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 1904. 

[In the foUowmg list of the chW' divisions in the House of Commons, the number 
of the minority {whdher *For' or * Affoinst*) in a division is always put first for the 
sake of convenience. When the division is an * qMcicU ' one, (Le., when the Cfovemment 
or Opposition Whips are the Tellers), the word *?V>r * or * Against,* as the case may be, 
is given in itcUics. The nmmbers given include the Tellers,] 

FISCAL POLICY. 
Mr. Morley^b Motion. 

13th February, 1904 (Division iVo. j?).— On Mr. Morky^s Amendment to the 
Address : • But it is our duty* however, humbly to represent to your Migesty 
that our effective deliberation on the financial service of the year is impaired by 
conflicting declarations from your Majesty*s Ministers. We respectfully submit 
to ^our Migesty the judgment of this House, that the removal of protective 
dubes has for more than half a century actively conduced to tiie vast extent of 
the trade and commerce of the realm, and to the wel&re of its population, and 
this House believes that, while the needs of social improvement are still manifold 
and urgent, any return to protective duties, more particuliu*ly when imposed on 
the food of the people, would be deeply injurious to our nabonai strength, con- 
tentment, and well4>einff.' For^ 278 ; Aga%nst, 329. 

[An analysis shows the following : — 

Mo. In Hoaw. for. Anin*t 

388 Ministerialists 27 ... 3&)qj. 

Paired — ... 14)^ 

196 LiBBRALS 181 \ IOC 

14/^^ 



AlM«nt Unpaired. 
19 



Pair«d 

Nationalists 

Speaker and Vacant Seats ( 



70 



1 
11 



670 292 343 

The 97 Ministerialists voting against the Government were : — 



31 



Beckett, B. W. 
Bowles, T. Oibeon 
Cavendish, B. F. 
Cecil, Lord Hus^h 
Churchill, Winston S. 
Corbett, A. Cameron 
Dickson-Poynder, Sir J. 



Seely, Major J. E. B. 
Simeon, Sir B. 
Smith, Abel 
Smith, H. Crawford 
Taylor, Austin 
Wood. Jai^es 



The 



Elliot, Hon. Arthur Hatch, E. F. G. 

Gorst, Sir John Kemp, Col. O. 

Gtoechen, Hon. O. Lambton, Hon. F. W. 

Greville. Hon. R. Pemberton, J. S. G. 

Guest, Hon. Ivor Ritchie, C. T. 

Haln, B. RusselL T. W. 

Hamilton, Lord G. Seely, C. H. 
The one Nationalist voting witii the Government was Major Jameson, 
only Liberal absent unpair^ was Sir Edward Reed (Cardiff).] 

Mr. Pirie's Motion. 
9th March, 1904 (Division No, -^).— On Mr. Pine's Motion: 'That this 
House, noting the continued agitation in favour of preferential and protective 
tariffis, which is encouraged by the language used by certain of his Majesty's 
Ministers, deems it necessary to express its condemnation of any such policy.' 

FoTy 345 ; Againa$;^29l, 

Absent Unpaired. 



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No. in Home. 


For. 


Airainst. 


388 Ministerialists 


% 


::: ^^}«« 


Paired 






ig}m 




Paired 


... 


81 Nationalists 


ss 





6 Speaker and Vacant Seats (i) 




— 



670 278 324 6S 

The 26 Ministerialists voting against the Government were : — 
Bowles, T. Gibson I Churchill, Winston S. | Elliot, Hon. Arthur I Guest, Hon. Ivor 
Cavendish, R. F. I Denny, Col. J. M. Gorst, Sir John Hain. E. 

Cecil, Lorti Hugh | Dickson-Poynder, Sir J. I Goschen, Hon. G. i Hamilton, Lord G. 



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Hiitoh, KF. a. 
HoblMni0e.H. 
Kemp, GoL O. 
Lambton, Hon. F. W. 



M'Aithur, C. I Seely, M&jor J. fi. B. I Vincent, Sir £. 

Pemberton, J. S. G. I Simeon, Sir Barrington I Yerburgh,R. A.] 

Ritohie^C.T. Stirling-MaxweuCffir J. I 

Ruaaell, T. W. | Taylor, Austin 1 



Taylor, Austin 
Mr. Blac^^s Motion. 
18th May, 1904 (Division No. 1£7),— On Mr. Black's Motion: •That this 
House, believing that the Protective taxation of food would be burdensome to 
the people and injurious to the Empire, welcomes the declarations of Ministers 



that the Government is opposed to such taxation.* 
[An analysis shows the following : — 

No. In HoQW.' For. 

388 MINI8TBRIAU8TS 22 ) 99 

Paired If'*' 

196 Liberals 175\|(w. 

Paired 21/^* - — 

81 Nationalists 56 ... 1 

3 Speaker and Vacant Seats (2) ... — ... ^ 

670 275 "fflO 

The 22 Ministerialists voting against the Crovemment were : — 



For, 263 ; Against, 308. 



Alant Unpaired. 
36 



Dickson-Poynder, Sir J. 
Elliot, Hon. Arthur 
Gorst, Sir John 
Goschen, Hon. George 
Hain. £. 
Hatch, £. F. G. 



Hobhouse, H. 

ID, Col( 

Lambton, Hon. F.W. 



Kemp 



>lonel G. 



Mildmav, F. B. 
Pemberton, J. 8. G. 
Russell, T. W. 



Seely,Maj.J.E.B. 
Simeon, sir Bar- 
rington 
Taylor, Austin 
Younger, W. 




35 y 



AbMnt Unpaired 
55 



35 



Beckett, E. W. 

Bowles, T. Gibson 

Cavendish, R. F. 

Cecil, Lord Hugh 

Churchill, Winston S. 

Corbett,.A. Cameron Hatch, £. F. G. 

The Ministerialist paired against the Crovemment was the Hon. Ivor Guest.] 

Vote of Censure. 
1st Ai^ust, 1904 (Division No, £90).— On Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman's 
Motions 'That this House regrets that certain of His Majes^*s Ministers have 
accepted official positions in a political organization which has formally declared 
its adhesion to a policy of Prererential Duties involving the taxatipn of food.* 

For, 212 ; Against, 290. 
[An analysis shows the following : — 

No. in noam. 

381 MiNISTBRIALISTS 

Paired 

20i Liberate 

Paired 

82 Nationalists 

Paired 

3 Speaker and 2 Vacant Seats (1 L, 

ILU) _- ... _^ ... _-- 

wo" 247 325 95 

The Ministerialist paired against the Government was Mr. T. W. Russell.]. 

WAR COMMISSION REPORT. 

5th February, 1904f (Division No. l).—On Mr. Robson's Amendment to the 
Address representing that the Report of the War Commission disclosed great 
negligence and mismanagement on the part of the Ministers, whereby the 
duration, magnitude, and cost of the war were greatly increased. 

For, 193 ; Against, 280. 

CHINESE LABOUR IN THE TRANSVAAL. 

Amendment to Address. 
17th February, 190^ (Division No. ^).— On Mr. Herbert SamuePs Amendment 
to the Address : * That it is highly inexpedient that sanction should be given to 
any ordinance permitting the introduction of indentured Chinese labourers into 
the Transvaal Colony until the approval of the colonists has been formally 
ascertained.* For, 232 ; Against, 283. 



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[An analy-Bifl shows the foUowing : 

388 MlKISTKRIAUSTS 

196 LiBBRALB 

82 Nationalutb 

4 Speaker and Vacant Seats (3^ 



9 


281 


96 


IJIO 


1 


86 


64 


1 


17 



283 



151J 



Vote of Ceksube. 
91st March, 1904 (Dhinon No. 66),— On Sir H. Campbell- Bannerman^s 
Motion * That the House disapprores the conduct of his Af ajestv's Govern- 
ment in advising the Crown not to disallow the Ordinance for the introduction 



of Chinese Labour in the Transvaal.* 
[An analysis shows the following :— 

388 MiNISTERIALIflTS , 

Paired ., , 

196 LnERAi^ 

Paired 

81 Nationalists 

3 Speaker and Vacant Seats <2) 



For, 944 ; AgamH, 301. 



12 



169 



63 



Ania«t 



AlMot Uapidivd. 

ao 

3 

17 



270 327 

The following are the twelve Ministerialists in the minority :- 



Bowles, T. Gibson 
CavendislLR. 
ChorchilLWinston 
Dickson-Foynder, Sir J. 



Ouest, Ivor 
Hatch, E. F. O. 
Kemp, Ck>lonel 



Russell, T. W. 
Seely, C. H. 
Seely. Major 



BoUi&*Sir A. K. WooJ, James 

The three Liberals alnent unpaired were Sir William Dunn, Mr. 
Markham, and Sir E. Reed.] 



70 



A. B. 



TRADES UNIONS AND TRADE DISPUTES BILL. 
9:2nd April, 1904 (DiV^Mm No, 9A--On the Second Reading of Mr. Paulton's 
Trades Unions and Thide Disputes Bill. Against, 201 ; For, 240. 

[An analysis shows the following : — 

No. ia Room. 

388 Ministerialists 

198 LlBBRAUB 

82 Nationausts 

2 Speaker and 1 Vacant Seat <Cork)... 

970 



157 
51 



201 



155 
II 
31 



240 



The 32 Ministerialists voting in the majority were :- 



201 



227 



Bain. CoL J. R. 
Butcher, J. O. 
Cautley, H. S. 
Chapman, E. 
ChurchilL Winston 
Clare, Olieigh 
Dickflon-Poynder, Sir J. 
Fisher, W. Hayes 



Flannery, Sir Fortes- 
Gray, Ernest [cue 
Groves^. E. 
Ouest, Hon. iTor 
Hay, Hon. C. G. 
Hope, J. F. 
Kemp, Col. G. 
Kenyon, Hon. G. T. 



Lambton, Hon. F. W. 
Mitchell, E. 
Pemberton, J. S. G. 
Randies. J. a 
Ridley, Hon. M. W. 
Rolleston, Sir J. F. L. 
Romt,SirA.K. 
Ropner, Col. Sir R. 



Russell. T. W. 
Rutherford, W. W. 
Sadler, CoL a A. 
Seely,Mii^J.E.B. 
Sloan, T. H. 
Spencer, Sir E. 
Taylor. Austin 
Whiteley, H.] 



BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION. 

9nd March, 1904 (DirUion No, S7).--On Mr. Lough*s Motion: 'That the 
decisions of the Permanent Commission of the Brussels Sugar Convention have 
operated so as to inflict grave ii^ury on the manufacturers of sugared products 
in the United Kingdom as compared with their fcMreign rivals, and that the 
Convention has failed to confer the anticipated benefits on the West Indies.* 

For, 164 ; A^inst, 204.^ j 



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LAND VALUES (ASSESSMENT OF RATING) BILL. 

11th March, 1904 (Dimiian No. 5f).--On the Second Reading of Mr. Charies 
Treyelyan*8 Land Values (Assessment of Rating) Bill. Against, 158 ; For, 995. 

[The minority against the second reading contained no member of the Oppo- 
sition. In the majority there were 33 Ministerialists :— 

Lowther, C. Russell, T.. W. 



Bain, CoL J. R. 
Baird, J, G. A. 
Hartley, Sir G.T. 
Bbownaggree, Sir M. M. 
Brotherton. E. A. 
Churchill, Winston S. 
Coflrhill, D. H. 
Croes, A. 
Dickson, C. S. 



Dickaon-Poynder. Sir 
Faber, G. D. (j. P. 
Fisher, W. Hayes 
Hatch, E. F. G. 
Hay, Hon. C. G. 
Hope, J. F. 
Lambton, Hon. F. W. 
Laurie, Lieut.-Gen. 



MltoheU, E. I Rutherford, W. W. 

Morton, A. H. A. ; Sassoon. Sir E. A. 
Pease, H. Pike i Sloan, T. H. 
Pemberton, J. S. G. Taylor, Austin 
~ " " ~ Tuke. SirJ. a 



Randies, J. S. 
Roberts, S. 
Rolllt, Sir A. K. 



Whiteley, H. 
Wortley, C. B. 

Stuart-] 



NATIONAL EXPENDITURE. 

17th May, 1904 (DivUion No. l^S).— On Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman^s 
Amendment (to the Finance Bill) : ' That this House, having regard to the heavy 
burden of taxation proposed by mis Bill in a time of peace, deems it necessary 
to declare its con^mnation of the large and continuous increase of the national 
expenditure in recent years.* For, 914 ; Affoifut, 998. 

[An analysis shows the following : — 

*~ For. Aej^Mt AbMBt UBMlKd. 



988 Ministerialists 

198 Liberals 

81 Nationausts 

3 Speaker and Vacant Seats (2) ... 



165 
46 



297 



Si 
34 



670 215 298 155 

The four Ministerialists voting in the minority were Mr. £. Beckett, Mr. 
Churchill, Mr. E. Mitchell, and Mr. T. W. Russell.] 

FINANCE BILL. 
Tea Duty. 
90th June, 1904 (DivUUm No. 159).— On Mr. Herbert Lewis's Amendment to 
reduce the Tea Du^ from Sd. and 6d. per lb. For, 167 ; Against, 919. 

Stripped Tobacco. 
18th July, 1904 (DivUion No. e4^).--On Mr. McKenna*s Amendment to omit 
Stripped Tobacco from the new tobacco taxes. For, 175 ; Against, 995. 

Coal Tax. 
99nd July, 190^ (Division No. ^0).—On Mr. Joseph Walton's New Clause 
to reduce the Coal Tax from \s. to Id. per ton exported. For, 144 ; Against, 199. 

SuoAR Tax. 
95th July, 1904 (Division No, 1^4).— On Mr. Channing's Motion to abolish 
the Sugar Duty. Far, 196 ; Against, 908. 

LICENSING BILL, 1004. 
Secokd Reading. 
11th May, 1904 (Division No. 119).— On the Motion for the Second Reading 
of the Licensing BiU. 

[An analysis shows the following : — 

No.inHdaM. 

S98 Ministeriausts 

Paired 

196 Liberals 

Paired 

81 Nationausts 

3 Speaker and 2 Vacant Seats 



Against, 198 ; For, as.^. 



«g}3 



Afttinst. 


AbMnt Unpaircd. 


11 


49 


»'SH 


9 

as • 



670 



364 



207 



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The eleven MinisteriaHBts in the minorily were :— 

Corb6tt»A.Caiiiienm I Ondst* Hon. Ivor I Ruissoll, T. W. I Smith, H. Crawford 

CorbetUT. L. Hain, K. Shaw-Stewart, Sir M. Wood, James] 

Cross, A. I Mitchell, E. | Sloan, T. H. | 

CUMttTmS BY COMrAKTMEinS. 

4th July, 1904 (IHrnnan No. lS8),—Oa Mr. Asquith^s Amendment (to the 
Government Motion asking for nower to closure by compartments the Com- 
mittee stage of the Licensing Bui) : ' That this House declines to consider a 
proposal to deprive the House of Commons, without any justification in the 
previous course of the debate, of all power of reasonable and adequate discussion 
in respect of a measure which seeks, in the absence of any authority from the 
country, to raiake fundamental and much-controverted changes in laws vitally 
affecting the well-being of the people.' For, 230 ; Against, 303. 

Time Limit. 

11th July, 190^ (Divisum No, jSJ8),'-On Sir WilUam Houldsworth*s Amend- 
ment that niU . compensation shoula only be paid for fourteen years after the 
passinff of the Act, and afterwards be limited to a sum equal to the payments 
made during the fourteen years. For, 211 ; Against, 252. 

[An analysis shows the following ; — 

No. in Honrn. For. AirRlnHt. AlmMit. 

380 Ministerialists 31 ... 245 ... lOi 

204 Liberals 141 ... 1 ... m 

.82 Nationalists 39 ... 6 ... 37 

4 Speaker and Vacant Seats (3) ... — ... — ... — 

~m 211 "m ~m 

The following Ministerialists voted in the minority : — 



Baird, J. G. A. 

Blundell. Col. H. 

Bousfleld, W. R. 

Campbell. J. A. 

Corbett, A. Cameron 

Cross, A. 

Fielden, KB. 

Gorflt, Sir J. 

Hain, £. Haslett, Sir J. A. 

Heath, A. H. 



Houklsworth> Sir W. 
Hobhouse, H. 
Howard, J. 
Johnstone, H. 
Kennaway. Sir J. 
Lonsdale, J. B. 
Maxwell, W. J. H. 
Miidmay, F. B. 
Pemberton^. S. G. 
Russell, T. W. 



ShawStewart, Sir H. 
Smith, H. Crawford 
Spear. J. W. 
Stewart, Sir Mark J. M. 
Stirling-MaxweU, Sir J. 
Tayior, Austin. 
Tritton, C. K. 
Williams, Colonel R. 
Wilson, J. (Glasgow) 
Wolff, 6. W.] 



Allottino the Compensation. 
nth July, 1904 (Division No, ei9),— On Mr. C. H. Seely's Amendment 
definitely to. apportion the compensation between the employees, the occupier, 
and the owner. For, 183 ; Against, 986. 

Third Reading. 
99th July, 1904 (IHvisum No, ^89),— On Motion for Third Reading of the 
Licensing oiU. Against, 130 ; For, 219, 

EDUCATION (DEFAULTING LOCAL AUTHORITIES) BILL. 

15th July, 1904 {Division No, 241),— On the Motion for Second Reading. 

Against, 104 ; For, 935. 

PAYMENT OF RETURNING OFFICERS' CHARGES AND 
OF MEMBERS. 
11th Mav, 1904 (Division No. IfSO),— On Mr. Henderson*s motion that Return- 
ing Officers charges should be chargeable to public funds, and that all Members 
of the House of Commons should receive from the State a reasonable stipend 
during their Parliamentary life. For, 156 ; Against, 993. 



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86 

EEGISTRATION. 



The Period of Qualifloation for Occupiers and I^odgers is 
One Tear, t.«.. Twelve Months immediately preceding the 16th 
July in any year; and for Freeholders (who have votes in Counties 
only, except in the Parliamentary Boroughs of Bristol, Exeter, Norwich, .and 
Nottingham), fiill possession of the qualifying property for Six Months 
previoas to the 16th July. 

I.— THE PARLIAMENTARY FRANCHISE. 
{Ths Parliamentary Franehias in no ecus extends to toomen.) 

. (o) Counties. 

In order to vote at Parliamentary Elections a person must possess 
one or other of the following qualifications : — 

1. — As a Householder, he must have lived in the same Parliamentary 
Division for Twelve Months preceding the 16th July. He may have 
removed once or oftener, but so long as each house occupied is within the 
Division, he is entitled to the franchise in succession. Any person who 
separately occupies ^r^ of a hottse, the landlord not residing on the premises, 
is entitled to be registered. 

9.— As a Freeholder » he must have possessed for nx months property 
of the value of forty shillings per annum clear of all expenses, unless the 
Freehold is acquired by Descent, Marriage, or Succession. 

3. — As a l4easeholder, he must have held for twelve months previous to 
the 15th July a lease of property worth £50 per annum, and originally created 
for a term of not lees than 90 years ; or a lease of property worth £5 and upwards 
per annum, and originally created for a term of not less uian 60 years. 

4. — As a £10 Occupier, he must have occupied for twelve months some 
land or tenement of £10 clear yearly value. 

5. — As a IiOd|{er, he must have occupied rooms in the same house for 
twelve months. The annual value of the rooms, unfurnished, is fixed by law 
at £10. A son living at home with his parents may claim, when by agree- 
ment with his father he is the sole occupant of a room in the house, and might, 
if he chose, lock it up and prevent any other member of the family from enter- 
ing. Every man over ^1, who has a right to the exclusive use of a room or 
rooms, of the required annual value, in his parents* (or ^ony other) house, should 
therefore claim to be put on the Raster as a Lodger. In all cases Lodgers 
must claim every year. 

6.— The Service Franchise. Bank Managers, Schoolmasters, Railway 
Men, Caretakers, Servants, and others who occupy rooms or houses rent free 
on their employers* property, are entitled to tnis franchise, provided their 
employers do not reside on the premises. 

(6) Paruamentaby Bo&ouohs. 

In order to vote at Paviiamentajpy Jileotions a person must possess 
one or other of the following qualifications : — 

1. — As a Householder, he must have lived in the same Parliamentary 



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Borough for Twftlvs Months praosdln^ th« lAth July. He may have 
removed once or oftener, but so Ions as each house occupied is witmn the 
Parliamentary Borough, he is entitled to the franchise in succession. Any 
person who separately occupies part of a houss^ the landlord not residing on the 
premises, is entitled to be registered. 

9, —Mm a £10 Oooanisr» he must have occupied for twelve months some 
land or tenement of £10 dear yearly value, and have resided within seven miles 
of the Borough boundary during six months previous to July 15th. 

3.— As a LodjCsr, he must have occupied rooms in the same house for 
twelve months. The annual value of the rooms, unfurnished, is fixed by law 
at X'lO. A son living at home with his parents may claim, when by agreement 
with his father he is the sole occupant of a room In the house, and might, if he 
chose, lock it up and prevent anv other member of the family from entering. 
Every man over 2U who has a rignt to the exclusive use of a room or rooms, of 
the required annual value, in his parents* (or any other) house, should therefore 
claim to be put on the Register as a Lodger. In all cases Lodgers must 
claim every year. 

4.— The B^Fvloa Franohiae. Bank Managers, Schodmasters, Railway 
Men, Caretakers, Servants, and others who occupy rooms or houses rent free 
on their employers* property, are entitled to this franchise, provided thdr 
employers do not resiae on the premises. 



IL-THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT FRANCHISES. 



1. Who may Vote for Town and Ck>unty Counoillors 

(I«ondon ■xoeptod). 

The Ownership, Service, and Lodger qualifications do not confer a vote for 
the election of Town and County Councillors. The household and the £10 
Qualifications do; and * occupation of a house, warehouse, counting-house, 
shop, or other building,* without regard to value, with the usual limit as to 
residence within 7 miles of the Borough or administrative County also confers 
the Town and County Council vote. And for Town and County Council 
purposes, women (spinsters and widows), if they in all other respects possess 
the necessary qualifications, may be registered. 

Who may Vote for I^ondon Ck>iinty and Borough Ck>iinoillors. 

All persons, male or female, whose names are upon the Parliamentary 
Register as Owners, Occupiers, or Lodgers, or upon the County or Parochial 
Electors* Lasts, may vote for County G^uncillors and Borough Councillors. 

2. Who may Vote for DUtriot or Pariah Counoillors. 

Any persons qualified as Parliamentary (including Owners, Service Voters, 
and Loogers) or County Council electors may vote for I^trict or Parish 
Councillors, in addition to married women occupiers who, if single or widows, 
would be entitled to vote at an election of County Councillors. 

3. Who may Vote for Guardians (in Ck>unty Boroughs, 
Boroughs* and Urhan IMsirlots). 

All persons whose names are upon the Parliamentary or County Electors* 
or Municipal or Parochial Electors* Lists, excepting Freemen only. 



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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRATION DIARY. 

With Hints for the 
Guidance of Liberal Registration Committees. 



Jnne SOth. 



Ownership portion of Register published by Overseers. 



Betveen 
Jane aoth and 
Jnl7 20tfa. 



Local Secretaries to examine Rate-books, arrange 
Committee Meetings, and take the necessary steps to get 
ownership claims made by all new Liberal owners. 



Jnly aoth. 



After July 15th 
and before 
July 25th. 



JLast day for sendin g in o wnership claims. 



Lodgers on the existing Register, if still qualified, must 
send in • Old Lodgers' Claims. 



August Ist. 



Overseers publish : (a) List of ownership claimants ; 
(b) List of old lodgers who have re-claimed; (c) New 
occupation lists. __^___________ 



Between 
Angnst let and 
Angnst aoth 
(if possible 
before 
AnfiraBt 15tb). 



August 20th. 



Local committees to meet and carefully examine all the 
new lists, and to make inquiries, with a view to making ; — 
(a) Objections to ownership electors. 
ib) Obiections to ownership claimants. 
ie) Objections to old lodger claimants. 

(d) Obiections to persons on New Occupations Lists either 

lor Household, £10, or Service qualifications. 

(e) Occupation claims. 

(/) New Lodger claims^ 

Last day for Occupation and New Lodger Claims to 
reach Overseers. 

Last day for notices of objection to be served on Over- 
seers and on persons objec ted to. 



August 25fch. Overseers publish lists of 
Ownership voters ^ 
Ownership claimants I Objected 
Occupiers j" to 

Old Liodgers j 

and deliver copies thereof on payment. 



Occupation 1 

and y Claims 
New Lodger J 



September 5th. 



Last day for declarations, either by owners as to their 
address, or by occupiers as to any of the particulars of their 
qualification, to be sent in to Clerk of the County Council 
in Counties or of the Town Council in Boroughs. 



Between 
August 25th 
and 
September 8th. 



Local Committees ought 
(a) to examine and inquire into all objections and claims 
made by their opponents ; (b) to mark all the new 
claim and objection lists with full information as to 
politics, and correctness or otherwise of particulars ; 
(c) to mark up on Existing Ownership List and on 
New Occupation Lists any incorrect spelling, printers' 
errors, &c. ; and (d) to send all these lists to the 
Divisional Secretary, or to whoever will represent the 

Liberal Party in the Revision Courts. 



Between 
Sept. 8th and 
Oct. 12th. 



Revision Courts held. 



All the year 
round. 



All Liberal workers to enter in Memorandum books all 
changes in occupation and ownership, and periodically 
report such information to Committee meetings. 



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REGISTRATION 

IN' KXGLAND AXD WALKS. 



WOMEN OCCUPIERS AND THEIR VOTES. 



Notes for the guidatice uf Women who are qualified to vote in one or more of the 
following Electiona :— 
In BnglaBd and WalMi {not induding lAmdon) for 

The county COUNCIL. Thr RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. 

The town COUNCIL. Thr BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 

The urban DISTRICT COUNCIL. The PARISH COUNCIL. 

In IfOBdOB {not ind'tiding the City) for 

Thr county COUNCIL. The BOROUGH COUNCIL. The BOARD OF 
GUARDIANS. 

In the City, for 

The county COUNCIL. The BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 



Before School Boards were abolished by the Education Act^ 1909^ every woman on 
the Bate-book h€td a vote in the School Board Election. BtU, as the law now stands, 
9EINO ON the rate-book ENTITLES TO NO VOTE, and IT IS ESSENTIAL for every 
purpose TO BE ON the register. 

A Woman olaimlng to be Rogittorod mutt be qualified as OGCUPIBR, 
eitbep as owner or as tenant. 

No woman owner has any riKht. in virtue af her ownership, to vote in any local 
election. Until 18M. women owners, as such, were entitled to vote in Poor Law 
Guardian elections, but the Local Government Act of that year disfranchised them, 
while enlarging the voting rights of men owners. 

No woman lodger can vote in any Local Government Election, although men 
lodgers can vote in District and Parish Council and Guardian elections, and in the 
election of the London County and London Borough Councils. 

For tcomen there is tm service franchise— swoh as entitles men to vote in District 
and Parish Council and Guardian Elections, and in the election of London Borough 
Councils— t.e., no occupation of a dwelling as an official or servant (for example, as 
matron or caretaker) entitles a woman to be placed on the Register. 

Wliat is an Occupier? 

Household Qualilloation.— Every person is an 0<wupier who occupies a 
dwelling-house, or part of a house as a separate dwelling (even only one room), pro- 
vided the Landlord does not, as Landlord, reside in the house. This qualification is 
irrespective of the amount of the rent 

£10 Qualilloation.— Every person is an Oocupier who occupies land or business 
premises of the clear yearly value of not less than £10, and who resides within the 
County, or within 15 miles of its boundary, or, in the case of the Municipal Borough, 
within 7 miles. 

Joint Occupation.— Persons sharing the same dwelling, or the same land or 
business premises, may claim as Joint-Cktoupiere, provided the tenancy is Joint, and 
that the clear yearly value, when divided, amounts to £10 for each person claiming. 
There is. however, no such limit to the clear yearly value in the case of a person claim- 
ing to be registered as a Burgess for the election of a Town Council. 



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REGISTRATION— WOMEN OCCUPIERS. 



Manplad Women.— Husband and wife cannot claim as Joint-Occupiers, but, by 
the Local Government Act, IWi, seeti<Ni 43, they may both be registered, provided they 
are not qualified in respect cf the same property; such regristration will entitle married 
women to Tote in the election of District Councils, Rural and Urban, Parish Councils, 
Boards of Guardians, and Ix>ndon Borousrh Councils, thousrh not in Town Council 
Elections, nor in County Council Elections, except that of the tjondoii County Council, 

It is essential that th« poor rates due, in resitect of the dwelling-house, business 
premises or land, for the year preceding the last dth of January, ahall have been 
paid by some person before July 20tli, but not necessarily by the Occupier. 

Wliat is the Period of Qualiflcatlon ? 

The Period of Qualllloatlon is one year, t.«., twelve months immediately pre- 
ceding the Idth July in any year. Occupiers who remove during the twelve months do 
not lose their qualification, provided they successively ^occupy qualifying premises 
during the whole period within the boundary of the Administrative County or the 
area of election. 

It should be noted that on the First day of Aui^uet the Overseers of every 
Parish place the Occupiers* List for the coming year on the door of each Church, 
Chapel, Post Office, and other Public Buildings in the Parish. Examine this list, and if 
your name is not there, go at once to the Overseers, or to the Secretary of your Political 
Association, and learn how to make your Claim to be put on the Retf liter. It 
w^lll ooet you nothlnit, and you should make sure of your rl^t to vote. 
\* The LAST DAY for sending In MBW CLAIMS Is August aoth. 



WOMEN CANDIDATES 

IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 
For Election to a— 

PARISH COUNCIL, RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. 
URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL, BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 
QUAIiIFICATIONS. 
A woman, married or single, is entitled to be a Candidate for election to any of 
these bodies, if 

(1) Her name appears on the Register as a Parochial Elector, or 
{2) She has resided for the whole of the twelve months preceding the date of 
nomination within the specified area : 

For the Parish Council, within the parish Parish, or within three miles 

thereot 
For the Urban District Council, within the Urban District. 
For the Rural District Council, within the Poor Law Union. 
For the Board of Guardians, within the Poor Law Union. 
NOMINATIONS. 
In all oases Forms of Nominations can be obtained free of charge from the 
Returning Officer, and (except for election to an Urban District Council) from the 
Overseers. 

Only one Candidate's name must appear on each Nomination Paper, and each 
Paper must be signed by two Parochial Electors of the Parish or District, or Ward 
of a District, in which the Candidate is standing for election. 

Each Candidate may, and where possible should, get more than one Nomination 
Paper signed. 

WOMEN'S DISABILITIES. 

As the law stands, no Woman can be a Candidate for any 
COUNTY COUNCIL, BOROUGH COUNCIL, or METROPOLITAN BOROUGH 

COUNCIL. 



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SUMMARY OF PARLIAMENTARY 
ELECTION OFFENCES. 



OFFENCES. 



PENALTIES. 



CORRUPT PRACTICES. 



BRIBBRY.— No gift, loan, or promise of 
money or money's worth must be made to a 
Toter to induce him either to vote or to ab- 
stab] ^m voting. 

The ofPer or promise of a situation or 
employment to a voter or any one connected 
wita him, if made with the same ol^ect, is 
also bribery. 

The consequences are the same whether 
bribery is committed before, during, or after 
an election. 

Giving or paying money for the purpose of 
bribery IS equivalent to the offence itself. 

A s^ft or promise to a third person to pro- 
cure a vote is bribery. Payment for loss of 
time, wages, or travelling oKpeoses is equal 
to bribery. 

Any person who receives a bribe, or bargains 
for emmloyment or reward in consideration of 
his vote, IS guilty of bribery. 



To the briber or the person bribed, 
twelve months* imprisonment, with 
or without hard labour, or a fine 
of £20a 

Deprivation of the right of voting 
for seven vears. 

Removal from, and disqualifica- 
tion for, any public office. 

Payment of costs of an election 
inquiry in certain cases. 

if committed by the Candidate he 
also loses his seat, if elected, and is 
disqualified for ever from repre- 
senting the Constituency. 

If committed by any Agent the 
election is void, and the Candidate 
is disqualified for seven years. 



TRBATINO.— No meat, drink, entertainment 
or provision can be paid for or provided for 
any person, at any time, in order to induce 
him, or any other person, to vote or to ab- 
stain from voting. 

Treating the wives or relatives of voters is 
eq^Uly forbidden. 

The gift of tickets to be exchanged for 
refreshment is treating. 

The receiver of any meat, drink, <Cv., is 
equally guilty, and liable to the same con- 
sequences. 



The same as for Bribery. 



UNDUB UIFi;iUBNCB.-No force, restraint, v 
or fraud may be used to compel an elector ) 
to vote or abstain. 

Using or threatening any spiritual or tem- \ 
poral injury is undue influence. / 

The withdrawal of custom, or a threat to do 
so, comes under this prohibition. A threat to I 
evict a tenant will also be undue influence. / 



The same as for Bribery.' 



PBR80NATI0N. — Applying for a ballot 
paper in the name of another person, whether 
alive or dead. 

Voting twice at the same election. 

Aiding or Abetting the commission of the 
offence of personation. 

Forging or counterfeiting a ballot paper. 



To the offender, two years' im- 
prisonment, with hard labour. 

Seven years* incapacity to vote, or 
hold any public office. 

If committed bv any Agent, the 
Candidate loses bin seat. 



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91 



OFFENCES. 



PENAtTIBS. 



A fine of £100. 

Incapacity to vote for five years. 
If committed by an Agent, the 
election may be rendered void. 



ILLEGAL PRACTICES. 

COM YBYAMCB.— Paying or receivifig money \ 
for conveyance of voters to or from the poll. 

(Private conveyances lent gratuitously can 
alone be employed; hackney carriages are 
prohibited except when hired by voters for 
their own exclusive use.) 

ADYBRTI8INO.— Paying money to an Elec- 
tor for exhibiting bills. &c. (except to regular 
bill-posters). The receiver is also gruilty. 

OOmilTTBB ROOMS. — Hiring unauthor- 
ised Ck>nmuttee Rooms. (The Election Asent 
cUone, or Sub- Agents in Counties, may nire 
Ck>nmiittee Rooms, and the number is strictly 
limited.) 

VOTING when prohibited, or inducing a pro- 
hibited elector to vote. (Electors employed 
for payment cannot vote.) 

FAL8B 8TATSMBNT.-Publishing a false 
statement of the withdrawal of any Can- 
didate, or with reference to the character of a / 
Candidate. 

ILLEGAL PAYMENT, EMPLOYMENT, AND HIRING. 

PUBLISHING BIIiLS, placards or posters, \ 

without the printer's and publisher's name 

and address. (The Election Agent alonct or 

Sub-Agents in Counties, must issue any 

printed matter at the election.) 
PATMBNT FOR BANDS OF MUSIC, 

torches, flags, banners, ribbons, &o. 
I«BNDING OR USING, for the conveyance 

of voters, lioraet or vehiolMi usually kept \ 

for hire. / A fine of £100. 

BMPIiOTlf BNT of any persons beyond the 

numbers allowed. 
(No person can be employed for payment at 

an eleetion exoept b^the KlectioB Agent— or, 

in Counties, by the Sub-Agents— who is strict- 
ly limited as to the numbers he may engc^e.) 
USING AS A COMMITTBB ROOM any 

room in a licensed house, refreshment house, 

or public elementary schooL 



IMPORTANT. 

Anv of the above oifetices, if committed by a Candidate, Election Agent 
(or Sub-Agent in Counties), will render the election void.- The vote of the 
person committing the offence is also void, in case there is a scrutiny. 

The term *Agent,^ as used above, includes members of an Election 
Committee. 

No expense must be incurred by anybody without the Election Agent's 
written authority, as the maximum expense allowed by law for each Candidate 
cannot be exceeded without rendering the election void. 

The person incurring any unauthorised expense will be personally liable for 
its repayment, as well as for the consequences of having broken the law. 

AU claims against a Candidate must be sent to his Election Agent within 
14 days, and paid within 2S days from the declaration of the poll. With some 
exceptions, no claim sent in later can be paid. 



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ELECTION PETITIONS, 1885-1904. 

[A Summary qf Election Petitions decided under the Corrupt and 
Illegal Practices Act of 1883.1 



ATI«B8BURY» MaroU «, IMS. 

Ohariley, iMtieioiMr. PM mimecHom, 

RoraflcnLO, rttpoudral. 



(L) M76 

Otenl«y(0)SftM 
ClMrtoaL) 196 

B«/<>r« Mr, JuaUcB PUld a^id Xr. /wtiM Day. 

ChargMi «iid«r PstlttoB.— Bribeiy. 
Treating, Undue Influence, Illegal Hir- 



"1%,*^ 



_ _ ncipal caHes proved were— workmen 
were given holidays on polling day and 
their full wages paid; some only bad a 
mile and a half or two miles to poll, and 
thoy could have easily returned to their 
work. Men employed by a contractor 
planting trees on the Respondent's estate 
were allowed by the contractor's overseer 
a reasonable time to vote, and those who 
did not return had their time deducted on 
pay-day. In another case the men working 
lor the estate agent of the Respondentia 
sister were allowed the rest of the da^, 
and their full wages paid. Held that m 
neither case was the contractor's overseer 
an agent, and that they did not act 
corruptly. 

A school treat was annually given by the 
Respondent. On the occasion next before 
the Mection, the invitation was extended 
to a very large number of persons (from 
7000 to 10,000) ; refroshments and entertain- 
ments were provided by Respondent. It 
was not organized by a political associa- 
tion. Held, although a larger number of 
persons were invited than usual, the 
gathering was a usual one, and there was 
no corrupt intention. 

Petition dismissed. 

BARROW<IN-FURNB88, 
Marehas, 1888. 

Schneider, peOHoner, PoU aiEUetion, 

DuvCAV. rmpimde^d. i j^^^^i^ ,95, 

> 8ohix«lilBr(C)Mia 

Be/we Mr. JwUce Field and Mr, JmsHm Day. 

ChargM imd«p F«tltlMi.>- Bribery, 
Treating, Illegal Practices, Intimidation, 
ftc, ana the seat claimed. 

Barrow was a new Borough, created by 
Redistribution Act, 1885. 

Liberal Association selected Mr. Duncan 
as Liberal Candidate on October & 1885, 
and on the same day passed a resolution 
siiapendinir their operations as an Asso- 
uiation. That was carried oiit by the 
Association, and Committee ceased to hold 
meetings till after the Election. A Central 



Klection Committee was formed, and the 
Chairman of the Liberal Associatioii 
became Its Chairman, and the Honorary 
Secretary of the Assodafcion the Klection 
Agent. The Judges ftnind nothing wrong 
in this. The principal question was one 
of employment for payment. It had been 
the custom at Municipal Elections to pro- 
vide refreshments for workers, but aJFter 
the passing of the Corrupt Practices Act, 
1883, both sides agreed to discontinue the 
practice. At the Election, the Liberal 
Ward Committees met and discussed 
the question of giving refreshments to 
workers. The worl^ers (about 400) were 
called together by the Election Agent, 
and it was then agreed, in the presence of 
the candidate, Mr. Duncan, that refresh- 
ments should be given, and a 'Refresh- 
ment Committee 'was formed. On polling- 
day 390 workers turned up, of whom 298 
were voters. In all, 441 meals were pro- 
vided. The Court held that although 
hospitality was a virtue and not an offence, 
in the case of an Election you cannot 
employ persons beyond certain clerks and 
messengers for pavment ; that these per- 
sons had been employed for payment, and 
that this constitttted an illegal practice, 
and unseated the Respondent. 
Court declared Election void. 
At a new Election, April, 1886, the poll 
was :— Caine (L) 3109; Bruce <C) 2174. 

BOOTH OI<OUCB»BR8HIRB, 
Maroh iO, 1888. 

Aoken, petitiontr, i Poll at tttection, 

Howard. re»p(»%d€nt. I howJSo;) 4884 

Acken (C) 468» 
Btfore Mr. Ju*tio9 FUld and Mr, Jwtuje Day. 

Ohmrgmm vndar Pstttlon.— Every pos- 
sible offence tliat any person could commit 
within the language of the Act of Parlia- 
ment. 

There had been rioting in some districts 
and stone-throwing, but the Court, al- 
though deprecating such conduct, declined 
to void the Election and disfranchise the 
electors of other parts of the county on 
this account 

There was also a charge of Bribery, by 
having paid an excessive price for the use 
of a voter's room for a Committee-room, 
£4 having been paid for a fortnight's use 
of it, while the actual rent paid by the 
person letting the room was only ia». 
While suggesting that it is better not to 
hire such rooms trom voters, the (.^ourt 
held there was no cori'upt motive. 

Thei main point, however, was the want 



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of an official mark on a large number of 
ballot papers; 273 ballot papers appeared 
to bare been dtdy marked on the back, 
but not on the face. This qnestion was 
reserved by the Court for decision by 
Queen's Bench, and on April 5th, 1886, that 
Court gave judgment. 

It was argued that as no one had a right 
to look at the back of a ballot paper, so 
the absence of an official mark on the 
front, although it might have been marked 
on the back, voided the paper. 

The Court, however, held not only that 
the Returning Officer had a right, but 
* that the duty is cast upon him to examine 
both sides of the ballot paper before he 
declares the result of the polL' 

Petition dismissed. 



IPSWICH, April, 1886. 

Biflkard A oUmtb, p«ti- 

WasT A OOLLivos, re$p&n- 
dMits. 



PoU at BleetUm» 



W«fl(L) 8796 
OolllBn(D S777 

indraT — 

GhwltjCO) 



WIT 



Bifore Mr, JusHo§ DenmMi and Mr. J«tHc« 
Cave, 

GhMTgrnm and«v Fstitlon.— Bribery, 
Treating, Undue Influence, Illegal Prac- 
tices, ftc 

Goneral Bribery was charsed in one 
ward only out of five wards. It was 
proved that it occurred. This charge was 
dismissed, the Court holding there was 
not such general bribery as to void the 
Blection. Particular cases, however, were 
proved of bribery by Agents. Men having 
been paid to keep order at meetings was 
held by the Court to be em illegal practice 
and illegal employment. There appeared 
to be a secret fund out of which such 
payments were made unknown to the 
Respondents. 

A payment of a lump sum for the mak- 
ing out of canvass books, &o., was held 
tone lM;al. , ^ 

The Court, while exonerating the Re- 
spondents and their Election Agent from 
knowledge of the corrupt and illegal 
practices which had been proved, held 
tiiat these oiTenoes had been committed 
ty others who were agents for the Respon- 
dents, emd accordingly declared the Elec- 
tion void, and unseated the Respondents. 

Mlection declared void. 

At a By-Electlon, April, 1888, the poll 
was :-Dal^mple <d), a&7j Elcho (C), 3062 ; 
Hervey (L), 86» ; Davey (L), 3027. 

I«JL1IBBTH, KBNNINOTON, April, 



PoU at EUelUm, 

1886. 
Oent'Davte 
(O 8851 

(L) 8991 
(L) SS 



Orossman, peHtion«r. 
Gsvt-Oavis, r«fpond«nt. 



Before Mr. Juetice Field and Mr, Jwtice Day. 
CbargM nnder Ptttition.— Illegal 
Practices only. 



A large number of charges of illegal 
hiring and payment for oonveyances were 
not proceeded with, and the Judges com- 
mented strongly on sluing particulars of 
offences of wmch the Petitioners tendered 
noproof . 

The case narrowed itself down to two 
principal points, whether the cost of 
Registration and the cost of running a 
local newspaper ought to have been in- 
cluded in the return of BUeotion Expenses. 

The cost of Registration was mot partly 
by the Respondent and partly by other 
people. The Court held that such expen- 
diture by a Candidate was loffitimate and 
not a part of the Election lopenses. 

The newspaper. The South London 
Standard, was published by the Respon- 
dent at his own expense. The Court held 
that it was not an expense of conducting 
or managing the Election. 

Petition dismissed. 



NORWICH,**lIareh, 1888. 



Birkbeok A othen, peCi. 
BuLLABD, respondent. 



roll at XbcNon, 

1886. 
Ba1]Md(C) 7179 
OoUMa(L) m» 
Wkiglit(L) 8161 

B^fiyre Mr, JimKm D^nman and Mr, JiuUee 
Cave, 

CliartfMi vndttr Fstitloii. — Bribery, 
Treating. Undue Influence, Procuring 
Personation, and Personal Bribery by 
Candidate. 

One case was proved that a voter had 

been bribed by 2s, on the polling day by 

' - -' ^ nt. The 



an agent of the Respondent. The person 
who oribed was not a voter, but was an 
active worker. Canvassing cards were 
supplied him at the Committee -rooms. 
The Court held that on the evidence given 
before them he was an agent, and had 
bribed. They therefore declared the elec- 
tion void. 

A number of n^inor cases of Treating 
were proved. 

At the meeting at which the Respondent 
was adopted a number of Stewards were 
employed, about 200. For these a tea was 
provided, and the cost paid by an Agent 
of the Respondent and those who at- 
tended the meeting as Stewards received 
varying sums of 28. 6d. or Zs, A large 
number were employed, some voters, 
some non- voters. 

The meeting was a very large one. It 
was given in evidence that the services of 
these Stewards was necessary to keep 
order. The Court held that the payment 
to the Stewards and the refreshments 

Srovided for them were not illegal, and 
id not amount to Bribery and Treating. 
It was contended that even if this action 
wan not illegal, yet that the meeting itself, 
called to liear and adopt tlie Candidate, 
was an election expense, and the cost of it 
should have been returned in the Election 
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not an expense incurred in the ' conduct 
or management * of tlie Election. 

Election declared void. 

At a new election, April, 1888, S. Hoare 
{Q\ returned unopposed. 



ST. ANDRB V8 DISTRICT, 
February, isae. 



Ansirother, patiMoiMr. 
WiLUAMOOV, rtqMiMUnt. 



VmUABMB 

(L) UM 



(C) 1166 

AiU, 



Be/of Lard Buiksrfttrd Clark amd Lord Lu. 

FvitlUoB was for a Scrutiny. 

After an inspection of the Tarious dis- 
puted votes the Court held that a majority 
of ouaUfled voters voted for the Petitioner, 
and that he had been duly elected. 

Betition allowed, . 

STBPNBT, April, ISSe. 

laaacson, pcHMoner. I PM at FtteUom, 

DDiu-T.rMp««Amt. i,.„„^, „« 

' iMUMUn (C) SU» 

Btfore Mr, Jwtici Dmrnan and Mr. JwtuM 
Fi^d, 

Petltioii was first for a Scrutiny, and 
turned mainly on what was called the 
Hanoverian votes. These were divided 
into three classes :-<l) Persons bom in 
Hanover before Queen Victoria's acces- 
sion; (2) persons bom in Hanover after 
Her Majesty's accession ; (3) one vote of a 

gjrson bom in Prussia of parents bom in 
anover befbre Her Majesty's accession. 
None of these persons had been natiiral- 
ised. 

The next question was a claim for a 
Recount of the votes. This the Court 
held could not be claimed as a right, but 
srranted, and one of the Judges re-counted 
the whole of the ballot papers. The result 
was 2051 for the Petitioner, and 2052 for 
Respondent, including all the Hanoverian 
votes. 

The question of the validity of the 
Hanoverian votes was referred to the 
Divisional Court, who decided that none 
of them were good, as in each case they 
were the votes of aliens. This had the 
effect of reducing the Petitioner's votes to 
2035, and the Respondent's to 2045. They 
accordingly declared the Respondent duly 
elected with a majority of 10. 

Before the Divisional Court had given 
its decision on this question, the Election 
Court went into the recriminating case of 
the Respondent, who alleged Illegal Prac- 
tices. The charges included payment of 
fee to Election Agent and to other persons 
not returned in the Election Expenses, 
the employment of men to distribute 
literature in excess of the number who 
might be employed, the exercise of undue 
innuence by wording cards so as to induce 
persons to believe that unless they marked 
their ballot papers for the petitioner the 



vote would be invalidated. The Court 
dismissed these charges, but held the Re- 
spondent duly elected by a majority of 
legal votes. 
Petition diamiaaed. 



BBLFAST, WBST, Nov., 1886. 

Ha4eU, peUtioner. 
Beztov, rMpondmt. 



Poll at Election, 

Sexton OX) 88SS 
HMleit(C) 87X9 
Before Mr, Boron DotOM and Mr. Justice 
O'Brien. 
Chari^M under Petition.— Corrupt 
Practices and Undue Influence. 

The Court held the Charges of Bribery 
had not been proved. There were a good 
many cases of personation of voters 

S roved, but the Court held that neither 
Ir. Sexton or his Agents were responsible, 
and that Mr. Sexton was duly elected. 
Petition dismissed, 

liONDONDBRRT CITY, Oct., 1886. 

MoOarthy, p«titw>ii«r. I PoU at Election, 

Lewis, reemmdenJL _ hsm, 

* ^'^^^ Lewis C) 1781 

1 McGurtliy (H) 1778 
Before Mr, Justice 0^ Brian a cd Mr. Justice 
Mwphy. 

On the General Petition the Court held 
that no Corrupt Practice had occurred in 
the Election, that no Illegal Practice had 
been committed by either Candidate, but 
that the Respondent had been guilty in 
one case of megal Practices by his Agent. 

On a scmtiny the Court held that a 
majority of l^al votes were given for the 
Petitioner and that he was duly Elected. 

Petition allowed. 

BUCKROSB, Yorks., Deo., 1886. 

SrkeB, petitioner. f Poll at Election, 

McAbthuk, respondent. | A-tl**^ 

(L) 8742 

Sjkee (C) 8741 
Be/ore Mr. Baron Pollock and Mr. Justice 

Smith, 
Petition was for a Scrutiny. The Re- 
spondents made recriminatory charges of 
Illegal Practices, for not having made a 
proper return of Election Expenses. These 
were of a technical character, and the 
Court granted an excuse. 

The result of the Scmtiny was that the 
Court declared a majority of legid votes 
had been given for the Petitioner. 
Petition allowed. 

HEXHAM, NoY., 1892. 

Hndspith A Lyal, petitioners. I Poll at Eleetiou, 
Clayton, respondent. j, ^^^^1^ 

(C) 4092 

I MacIniie8(L)4olu 
Before Mr, Justice Cave and Mr. Justice 
Vaughan WiUiams. 

Ohartfes under Petition. — Corrupt 

and Illegal Practices. 



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The queetton was nudiily the relation of 
the Candidate to Conservative Associa- 
tions and the Primrose Iieag:ne. These 
bodies organized social Bnd other gather- 
ing's. Upon some of these ttiere was a 
financial deficit, which the gentleman 
who afterwards acted as Electaon Agent 
made up. He also contributed money to 
various Associations. A big Picnic was 
organized, the railway fares were lower 
than the ordinary fares charged by the 
company, and the tea was provided at 
half the price at which it could be sup- 

Slied by the contractor. The result was a 
eficienoy of £35, which was found by the 
Ai^ent. Treats of a similar character were 
given in many places, to which poor 
people were admitted without payment. 
The Agent having informed his Candi- 
date that he had spent £328, the Candi- 
date, without inquiry, gave him a cheque 
for that amount 

The Court held that this amounted to 
CorruptTreating by the Agent, and there- 
fore voided the Election. 

There were other questions, such as the 
payment for a Band at one of the enter- 
tainments, but as it was before the Elec- 
tion the Court held it was not illegal. 
Charges of Personation were held not to 
have oeen proved. Petitioner found guilty 
of Corrupt Practices and Illegal Practices 
by his Agents, and the Election declared 
void. 

EUctUm' dedareO^ void. 

At a new Election, Feb., 1893, the poll 
was :— Maclnnes (L), 4804 ; R. Clayton (C), 
4358. 



BAST CLARE, Deo., 1882. 



Ooz. fwtitton«r. 
SxDMOVD, r»ap<m<lent. 



PoR of BteeMtfn, 
ISM. 



8906 
S768 



Cox (N) 



Before Mr. Juitice <y Brien a<id JUr. Justice 

JohTMWi, 

Cbarget under Petition.— Corrupt 
Practices, Intimidation, and Violation of 
the Ballot Act 

The latter was upon a technical ques- 
tion of the sufficiency of the Notice of 
Election and the Marking of the Ballot 
Papers. The Court held il did not afiect 
the result of the Election, and so dismissed 
this part of the petition. 

Cards were distributed, * The Honour of 
your Vote and Interest, others with the 
name of one Candidate only, others * Re- 
member Parnell and Vote for Redmond.' 
The Court hold these were not marks of 
distinction. 

The other charges, of Bribery, Treating, 
Illegal Hiring of Cars, wei*e cither un- 
proved or excused. 

The Intimidation charged was Rioting, 
but only one man was called to say he did 
not vote from fear. In some cases the 
Judges described the proceedings as * cer- 
tainly a battle.' ' The torch was near the 



gunpowder, but it was the gunpowder 
that was brought where the torch was.' 
Mr. Redmond went to a meeting, he found 
the place entrenched with a hostile force 
before him, and was assailed with stones, 
and he stormed the position in the usual 
way. But a battle of hostile crowds is* 
not an intimidation in law. 

The Court accordingly declared that Mr. 
Redmond was duly elected. 

Petition dismissed. 



SOUTH MBATH, Nov., 

Dalton, pftttioiwr. I PciU at B'eetUm, 

FULLAM, revondent. FgUiMNJ ttU. 

' Before Mr, Justice O'Brien and Mr. Justice 
Andrewe. 

Charges under Petition. — Undue 
Influence and Intimidation, Bribery, and 
Treating. 

The Court held that there was no evid- 
ence of Bribery or Treating. The main 
question turned upon Undue Influence 
of a spiritual character. 

It was proved that Priests had taken a 
very acnve part In the Election. They 
canvassed the Electors * everywhere, at 
the altar, in the vestry, on the roads, in 
the houses. There wcks no place left for 
evasion, excuse, affected ignorance, weak- 
ness, or treachery.' In one polling place 
only was there not a priest as ctgent or 
personating agent. The priests denied 
the Mass to Pamellites, threatened the 
withholding of the Sacraments to those who 
voted for the Parnellite Candidate. They 
read in church a Pastoral from the Bishop 
that no person could remain a Catholic 
and continue to cling to Pamellism. 

The Court held that * it is the undoubted 
right of the clergy to canvass and induce 
people to vote in a peurticular way, but 
that it is not lawful to declare it to be a 
sin to vote in a different manner, or to 
threaten to withhold the Sacraments to a 
person for so doing.' 

They accordingly declared that the Elec- 
tion, both under the statute and under the 
common law, was void through Undue 
Influence and must be set aside. 

Election declared void. 

At new Election, Feb., 1803, the poll 
was :-Joi-dan (N), m ; Dalton (P), 2638. 



NORTH MBATH, Dee., 1888. 

Mahony, petitioner. | Ml oi Bleciioii, 

Davitt, resiwndent. Daritt^* S649 

I Mahony (P) S146 

Befvre Mr, Jtutiee Andrews and Mr. Justice 
Johneon, 

Oliarget nnder Petition. ~ Bribery, 

Treating, Undue Influence, Illegal Hiring 
and using Vehicles, and Paying Railway 
Fares for voters to go to the Poll. 



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The facto as to Undue Siiiritiial Influ- 
ence by Priesto were of a simUar character 
to the South Meath Case. The Bishop's 
Pastoral against Pamellism was read in 
the churches. 

The Court held the charges of Bribery 
and Illegal Hiring* and Payment of Rail- 
way Fares Unproved, but resting their 
judgment on the action of the ClergT in 
exercising Undue Spiritual Influence, they 
declared the Blection void. 

J3Xection declared void. 

At a new Election, Feb., 1899L the poll 
was:-Oibney (N), 2695; Mahony TP). 
2376. 

MONTOOMBRT DISTRIOT, DM., 






Georyce ft others, p«£iMoa«rt. 
Sib Pbtoi PxTCs-JomBs, 



Vtf fJm 



HMlmiy- 

TneyCL) ItM 

B§fw9 Mr, Baron PoOocI; and Mr. Jvgbioe TTOb. 

OhartfM andftv Ptttition. — Bribery 
and Treating. 

A Brewer supplied several free houses 
with beer; it was proved that it had been 
the custom for years to give a new tenant 
some beer to treat his customers. Beer 
was given at several houses during Elec- 
tion, out Politics were not discussed. It 
was said that before the Election the 
brewer had said if Sir Pryoe Pryce-Jones 
was elected, he would give thirty-six gal- 
lons of beer to one house. 

The Court held, however, the case was 
not proved. 

Some cases of Treating by a man who 
habitually treated people was proved, but 
the Court said 'there is inherent in a 
great many people with whom we have 
had to deal in this inquiry, the habit of 
giving and accepting drinks ; it is as natu- 
ral for them to treat and be treated as it 
is to have their breakfast or their dinner, 
or anything else that forms part of their 
daily life, and to suppose that such habits 
would be dropped at Election time is pre- 
posterous.* They thought it was unfor- 
tunate that a man who had this habit 
should be employed as an Agent, but on 
the whole they found the charges not 
proved, and dismissed the Petition. 

Petition dismissed. 



YIJLLBKUU, Nov., ISM. 

Hateley, fMtition«r. 
James, respondent. 



Pott at KledUm, 

1881. 
Junes (0) 69SS 
HoUton(L) 4M9 

BtfQV9 Mr, Baron Polloolt and Mr. Ji»(ice 
Hatofctns. 

Oharg«a undar Patltlon.— Bribery, 
Ti-eating, and Illegal Practices. 

Bribery and Treating were dismissed by 
the Court, although they thought that in 



some cases proved before tiiem bettor dis- 
cretion and care by publicans might have 
been exercised* 

The Licensed Victuallers* Association 
spent money in issuing circulars, holdbur 
meetings, ftc, but ^eCourt held they did 
tUs in defence of their trade, and not in 
support of a Candidate, and that they did 
not thereby become in any sense Agents 
of the Candidate. 

The return of Blection expenses did not 
show the period of service of clerks and 
messengers, and there was a defective de- 
scription of goods supplied, but the Coirrt 
held these were all matters which might 
be relieved by the Court 

There was, however, one point they held 
fatal to the Election. Cards had been 

Srinted 'play up. Swifts,* and with Mr. 
ames's portrait. The cards had the 
comers cut off, and were called in the 
printer's account 'hat-cards.* They wore 
distributed in large quantities, and people 
did put them in their hats. These were 
held to be marks of distinction, and that 
being an illegal payment, the Court un- 
seated the Respondent. 

EiecHon declared void. 
At a new Election, Feb., 1893. the poll 
was :-Hayter (L), fl235 ; Ritehie (C), 61S6. 



WOROBSTBR OIVT, DM., ISM. 

aUuiord, petiKoMP. 1 J»oB a< Mectton. 

ALLSorr, rMpondent. kitoo»p(5 saw 

I Howard (L) SMO 

Btfor9 Mr. Boron Polloofc and Mr. Jnetioo WiVU. 

Chmjfgtm undAv P«tltloB.— Bribery, 

Treating, and Illegal Employment. 

One important point in the case was as 
to the position of Political Associations. 
The Court held that where an Association 
was permanent, was always correcting the 
Register, or holding general political meet- 
ings, although it imght be in the further- 
ance of the election. It did not necesscurily 
make the Association, or individual mem- 
bers of it. Agents of the Candidate, and 
the Candidate need not withdraw his 
subscriptions from such an Association. 
On the charge of Treating, one active 
member of tne Conservative Association 
was, as the Court said, a man of very 
liberal mind ; he was always distributing 
game, and other things, through the dis- 
trict in which he lived ; he had the habit 
of standing drinks at meetings which he 
presided over. 

The Court, however, while thinking 
more prudence should have been exercised 
at political meetings, and when an Elec- 
tion wuH pending, did not And that he had 
act/ed coiTUptly. They held that no man is 
boiuid to abstain from harmless hospitalit- 
ies because an Election is ponding. 

Petition dismissed. 



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ROOHBaTBR, Deo., 1899. 

Bany * Varnll, ptiibumen, 
Daviss, rtapondent. 



Poll ol ElMti&n, 

189S. 
DaTie8(C) 1119 
MtddlMm 
(L) 1712 

Btfw Mr, JuaUee Ca«« a«id Mr. Juatioe 
Vaughan WVliamB. 

Cluuptf«i and«p Petition.— Bribery, 
Treatinx, and Illegal Practices. 

The charge of bribery was held not to 
have been made out. 

One of the principal points was the hold- 
ing of conversaziones by the Constitutional 
Association. The entertainment was ad- 
vertised, and liffht refreshments were to 
be obtained by tne purchase of a ticket for 
3d. The liffht refreshments, consisting of 
tea, coffee, oread and butter, were supple- 
mented by 2000 sandwiches, 85 doson bottles 
of ale, some claret, and mineral waters. 
The cost of this exceeded the Sd. per head 
charged. The management of these con ver- 
sasdones was in the liands of a Committee 
of which the person who was Election 
Agent was Secretary. The funds of the 
Constitutional Association were mainly 
found by the Respondent, and after ac- 
coimting for a portion for legitimate work 
of the Association, there were considerable 
sums for which no account could be given. 
The Court held this to amount to corrupt 
treating. 

There were other cases where Birthdav 
Clubs were established, and at their meet- 
ings refreshments were provided on a large 
scale. Here, however, tne Court, although 
considering the proceedings injudicious, 
held there was no corrupt intent. 

Treating by individuals also was proved, 
but the Court held it was to such a limited 
extent that tiiey could not draw the con- 
clusion that it was done with corrupt 
intent. 

Three hundred men were said to have 
been eniployed on registration, and the 
sum of £100 a year given to the Conserva- 
tive Agent bv the Constitutional Associa- 
tion, of which no account was given, was 
considered by the Court to be suspicious, 
but they gave no jud^rment on the point. 

The result of the mquiry was that the 
Respondent was founa giulty of corrupt 
treating and illegal pracuces by his Agents 
(he being absolved personally from any 
corrupt or illegal practice). 

suction declared void. 

At a new Election Feb., 1803, Viscount 
Cranbome (C) returned unopposed. 



Pott a* Election, 

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STSPMBT, DM., 1999. 

Badmiere * anothar, 

p§HUofk0rt, 
ISAACSOH, r«8pond«nt. 

B«f»re Mr. Ju^tiM Caot and Mr. JiiiUee 
Vauglian WilliavM. 

CHmxfm under Patltlon. — Bribery 
and Illegal Payments. 



It was allege<l that an atlompl had bben 
made to bribe the Electors by the dis- 
tribution of a printed card, * Stepney 
Fathers— The little children of Stepney- 
ask your vote for Mr. IsaacHon, the (.'hil- 
di*en 8 Friend. CJountry Excurnions, School 
Treats. *>ee Education, Technical Educa- 
tion, C'hristmas Dinners, &c., &c.' It was 
submitted that country excursions, school 
treats, and Christmas dinners might in- 
volve the element of free eating ancT drink- 
ing, and that these things were held up to 
the voters in Stepney as reasons why they 
should vote for the respondent The Elec- 
tion Agent repudiated the card, and when 
it came to ma knowledge every attempt 
was made to get the cards back again. 
The Court held that it was not made use 
of as an electioneering inducement or part 
of the campaign. A witness stated that 
the respondents son brought them one of 
the cams. This was denied by him, and 
the Court thought the witness was mis- 
taken, and that the charge fell to the 
ground. 

Cases of Bribery by Agents were investig- 
ated, but in each case the Court held the 
charge not proved. 

The Return of Election Expenses did not 
include the Returning Officer's charges 
(which do not appear to have been paid 
through the AgentX and this was alleged 
to be a breach of the Act. Upon this the 
decision of the Court was that it was 
better to put it in, but no harm was done 
by leaving it out. 

Preliminary meetings, which were held 
and paid for bv persons other than the 
Agent, were held to be election expenses 
which ouffht to have been returned. Part 
of the preliminary work was done by those 
engaged on Registration, and paid for out 
of the Registration account. This was 
declared to be wrong, but it was con- 
sidered by the Court to be an act for 
which the candidate ought not to be held 
responsible. 

They also decided that the Licensed 
Victuallers had a right to spend money 
for their own purposes, and these were not 
election expenses, though * no doubt they 
were desirous to assist Mr. Isaacson, 
whom they preferred as a candidate to 
Mr. Thomson.' 

At the Registration Canvass the polities 
of voters were ascertained by iiaid can- 
vassers, and this was charged as an illegal 
payment, but the Court held 'you must 
know who were your friends and who 
were your enemies * for registration pur- 
poses. 

Canvas Banners were used to stretch 
across the streets. They were called 
banners in the accounts, and paid for as 
such, and it was decided that such pay- 
ment was an illegal practice. 

With reference to the Election Accounts 
it was difficult to investigate thoin, as the 
Agent had destroyed his account book. 

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have been illegal practices. This was 
granted, and the petition dismissed. 

The liespondent therefore kept hi<( seat, 
and was allowed half his costs because, 
although the petitioners had proved suffi- 
cient to unseat him on the score of Illegal 
Practices, they had failed on the charge 
of Bribery. 

Petition dismiaaed. 



MMLWT MANOIOBaTBR, Nov., 18M. 



Mnnro, p§Miontr, 



Balfour (0) 6147 
Mnnro (L) 47tf 



Befort Mr. Justice Com and Mr. Jmtic* 
Fouyhon fFMuMM. 

OhartfM uBdor Petition.— Bribery. 

One charge of Bribery was that a num- 
ber of workmen were given a day's holiday, 
with a day's wages, on polling-aay. This 
was dismissed, the Court saying the 
charge never ought to have been made. 

It was charged that a number of tickets 
were issued by Respondent's Agents with 
an amount marked on them with the in- 
tention that, after voting, the person who 
had received the card should be paid. 
No copy of the card, however, was fbrth- 
ooming, and the person who was called to 

E rove It, and who it was said had £200 for 
is evidence and the tickets, unfortunately 
had a burglary at that precise moment, 
and the box in which he said he had placed 
them was taken away. The Judges dis- 
believed his evidence and dismissed that 
charge. Other charges of paying railway 
f lues for voters were dismissed. 

A large number of cases of Treating 
were gone into, where voters said they 
got pints of beer for a penny each. All 
this was contradicted by the hotel-keepers 
and their servants, and the Court dis- 
believed the evidence of those who were 
said to have been treated. 

In the result the Court reported that no 
persons had been proved guilty of Corrupt 
or Illegal Practices, and the petition was 
dismissed. 

Petition dismissed, 

ciRsircaaTaR, Fab., laaa. 



Lawaon, petitifyMr, 
Ghbbtbb Hastbbs, re9pon' 
dent. 



Poll at Btf-Elee- 

Mon, IHM. 
CbMtexMaMtm 

(C) 4377 

Lawsoii(L) 4274 

Before Mr, Jtutiee Havolnn* and Mr. Justice 
Vaughan Willianu, 

Chargaa undev Petition. — Corrupt 
and Illegal Practices, and Defective Ballot 
Papers. 

On the charges of Corrupt and Illegal 
Practices no evidence was offered. 

The case narrowed itself down to a 
scrutiny of ballot papers. Some of these 
had been defectively marked. Where, 
however, there was trace of an official 



stamp on the back of the paper the Court 
held them good votes. Some papers were 

a uestioned because of the doubt for whom 
tie voter had voted, and some on both 
sides disallowed, but wherever it could be 
gathered what the intention of the voter 
was the vote was allowed. One vote only 
was added out of the disputed cases. This 
brought the voting to a tie. 

Election declared void. 

At a new Election, Feb., 1893, the poll 
waB:>-Liaw8on (L), 1687 ; Masters (C), 4445. 

PONTSFRJLCT, Juno, 1898. 

Shaw, p«titi0M«r. I Pott at ElecHon, 

BacKTTT, respondent. ReeldttS IMS 

I 81»w(0) 1165 

before Mr, Juetice Hawkins tmd Mr, JuUice 
(Mm. 

Ohartfos under Petition.— 

A very large number of charges were 
made, comparatively few were attempted 
to be proved. Two of them, however, 
were against the Respondent, of which 
the Court held there was not the smaUest 
tauA^ible foundation. 

These were that the Respondent would, 
if elected, build almshouses, and these 
voters should have the first finished, llie 
liespondent stated that the voters had 
mentioned to him the subject of alms- 
houses, and he had said. * I have not come 
here to talk about almshouses. I have 
come here to ask for your vote, and to 
talk about politics.' 

Another charge was that he had paid 
for a number of bill-boards which, covered 
with bills, were placed bv voters outside 
their houses. The Court thought tiiere 
was nothing in the charge, and there was 
no breach of the Act controlling expendi- 
ture at elections. 

One case was proved that a voter had 
had his railway fare paid by a person 
who the Court neld was an Agent. This 
one fact led to the Court unseating the 
Respondent, although they did it with 
r^rret, and found that neilher he or his 
Election Agent had any personal know- 
ledge of the fact. 

Election declared void. 

At a new Election, June, 1883^ the poll 
was :— Nussey (L), 1191 ; Lees (C), lloO. 



SOUTHJLMPTOM, Deo., 1885. 



Pott al Election, 



Austen k Rowland, T^ti- 
turners, 

OhAMBBBLATKB ft glMBOV, ^"SJSTC)- »I65 

rwpomUnte. 8taMo(LU) Mis 

ETiins (L) 6187 
Wilson (L * 

Lab) 4167 

Macdonald 
(I Labi 8M 

Before Mr, Justice Wright and Mr. Justice Bruce, 

Charges under Petition. — Bribery, 

Treating, Corrupt and Illegal Practices. 



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A ffood deal of drinking appears to hare 
taken plaoe during the Election, and it 
was said that at a meeting addressed by 
the Respondents drinking went on round 
the carriage they occupied, it was said 
that it was a large meeting, and only 
three barrels of beer, a certain number of 
quarts of beer, and a number of cans of 
beer disposed of. The Ck>urt thought this 
did not amount to general Treating, and 
did not connect the Respondents with it. 

On one occasion there appears to have 
been a procession, at the nead of which 
Mr. Chamberlayne's carriage moved^ it 
was followed by a number of coster- 
monger's carts bearing symbols of drink 
and Dills of the Respondents upon them. 
On the box of Mr. Chamberlayne s carriage 
sat two men in a state of intoxication ; the 
procession stopped from time to time and 
some drinking went on. The Court, how- 
ever, thought the case was not made out 
connecting the Respondents with general 
Treating. 

One case was proved where a voter was 
paid 2s. for his conveyance to the poll 
Dy an Agent of the Respondents. The 
Court held that they had power in such a 
case to grant reliet but they thought they 
ought to discriminate between the respond- 
ent. No charge had been made against 
Sir Barrington Simeon, therefore they 
granted him relief, and permitted him to 
keep the seat'; but in Mr. Chamberlayne's 
case, looking at all the circumstances of 
the procession referred to, they declined to 
relieve, and accordingly declared his Elec- 
tion void. 

PetiHon diamitMed as to Simeon^ and 
KUctUm of Chamberlayne declared void. 

At a new Election, Feb., 1896, the poll 
wasr-Evans (L), 5567; Candy (C), 5^2; 
Gibson <Soo), 273. 



BLOIN AMD MJLIRN, Mov., 1895. 



Hood ft Gillanders, jmK- 
tionart. 



I Poll ai BtMtUm, 
18«6. 
^ J A i Oordoo (0) 2147 

B0fvr0 Lord Maclar$n ond Lord KyUaohy. 

OliariM undar Patition. — Corrupt 
Practices, and not including Election Ex- 
penses in the Returns. _ 

The Court held that Registration Ex- 
penses were not Election Xspenses. The 
main question was, when did an Election 
begin for which an accoimt of expenses 
should be rendered. . ^ , , ^, ^ 

They held that it was not intended that 
the whole political expenses of a candi- 
date during the sitting of Parliament from 
one Election to another should be included 
in an election accoimt, but that * Conduct 
and Management of an Election * means a 
definite election within the knowledge 
and contemplation of the parties. Prac- 
tically their decision was that if no elec- 
tion was in view, no expenses begin to 
run. The expenses complained of were 



meetings addressed by the Respondent 
organized by the Unionist Associations, 
and the sahury of the Registration Agent 
who acted as Seci otary to the Association. 
The charges of C)orrupt Practices were 
withdrawn. 
Petition dismissed. 



XiICHFIBI«D, Dm^ 1805. 

Wolaeltiy ft others, peti- i 

tionert, 
PvLFOBD, respondent, \ 



P6U at StfeHon, 

1S96. 
ra]ford(L) 890S 
Darwin (LU)8858 



Btfwf Mr, Baron ToUiMik amd Mr, JtuHee 
Bruoe. 

CbartfM undav Patltion. — Bribery, 

Treating. Illegal Employment, Illegai 
Hiring, and Allure to make a proper 
return of Election Expenses. 

As to Bribery it was charged that the 
Respondent had given larspe sums of 
money as donations to the Miners' Strike 
Fund. The Court held that the fact that 
this money was given not to any par- 
ticular voters, but to a body generally, 
whom the Respondent suppoMd to be 
suffering persons, and that uiis, coupled 
with the fact that his name was not set 
forth, did not amount to Bribery. The 
charge of General Treating was with- 
drawn, and the cases of Particular Treat- 
ing held not proved. 

With reference to the Hiring of Vehicles 
it was held that although there was evi- 
dence of hiring, it was not sufficiently 
proved to injure the Respondent There 
was, however, evidence that payment 
was made for baiting horses which 
brought conveyances for the use of voters 
on polling day, and as this appeared to be 
systematically done, the Court held it was 
a payment * on account of the conveyance 
of electors to or from the polL' 

The question of Subsidising a News- 
paper was discussed, but the Court 
thought that the subsidy was not merely 
for the purpose of the election, but it was 
the oroinary subsidy for the purpose of 
promoting a particular view. 

The question which decided the matter, 
however, was that the return of expenses 
did not include a number of items which 
were held to be election expenses. The 
Respondent was therefore unseated. 

Election declared void. 

At a new Election, Feb., 1806, the poll 
was :— Warner (L), 4483 ; Darwin <LU), S55. 

aUHDSRULND, Jan^ 1898. 

Storey, petitioner. | -Poll a» Bleetttm, 

DoxfOBD. reepwdeni, Do«fort(C) 988s 

I Storey (L) 8189 
Before Baron Pollock and Mr, Juetioe Lawrence, 

Cbarg«a under Patltlon.^False State- 
ments of fact in relation to personal 
character of the Petitioner, 



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An article had appeared in the Labour 
Leader reflecting: on the character of the 
Petitioner as an employer of labour, and 
thin was reproduced as an election circu- 
lar. The Court held that if you quote an 
article from another paper you make any 
absolute facts stated in the article a part 
of your own statement. 

In this case, however, thoy held the 
statement complained of did not come 
within the words of the statute. They 
regretted the course taken by Petitioner 
to clear the Petitioner's cliaracter, which 
they held required no clearing at all, and 
dismissed the Petition. 

Petition dismissed, 

UlNOJlSraR, Jan., laM. 

BnddiawAKaye,p<tition«rf. | PoU tUEUeUan, 

¥onmm,r$tpondent. \wc^^i 5098 

I LmOmma*) 4894 

Before Baron Pollock and Mr. Juitiee Bmee, 

Charg«i undar P«tltlon.— Bribery. 

Treating, and other Corrupt and Illegal 

Practices, Including provision of 'marks 

of distinction,' payment for conveyance 

of voters to the poll, using prohibited 

Premises, and not returning Election 
Ixpenses incurred for purposes of the 
Election. 

As to Bribary. it was aUeged that the 
Respondent had promised work at his 
mills to those out of work. This charge 
was dismissed. 

As to Treatlntf , it was alleged that the 
Conservative Association organized Smok- 
ing Concerts, at which beer and other 
liquor was given in such a way as to 
constitute Ideating. Mr. Baron Pollock 
stated, ' It was thought that the mind of 
the working classes could be better got at 
by these Smoking Concerts, which were 
said to combine "Pleasure and Politics." 
They were held from time to time, and it 
is reasonable to say they would have been 
held whether there was an election coming 
on or not as part of the scheme. Now 
before it is said that this practice is illegal, 
one must look very carefully first to see 
what the practice is, and secondly to see 
what the law condemns. The practice, 
which is a bad one In the view of tem- 
perance people, and I should say not a 
fortunate practice certainly. cspeciaUy 
when you are dealing with the working 
classes, was that the entertainment com- 
menced by the gentleman, whoever he 
was, occupying tne chair, to use common 
rough lanjBTuage, standing drinks all round. 
.... It IS established, it is done from 
month to month and from year to rear, 
and you cannot expect that it should be 
stopped because an Election is coming at 
some time. That being so, I do not think 
it can be said (Col. Foster is out of the 
question) that because Mr. Bottomley, who 
was deeply interested in the Conservative 
Associauon, went to those meetings, and 
because he was afterwards appointed an 
Agent of CoL Foster for the Election— his 



Election Agent in faet— therefore those 
who went there made themselves party 
to a system of bribery. When you oome 
to look at the thing in a fair and reason- 
able spirit and see what did take ]^ce, I 
think it is impossible to oome to that 
oonolusion, therefore I shall say no more 
about that class of treating.' 

The other important pouit in the case 
was that expenses in the Election had not 
been included in the return— this turned 
upon when the expenses began. Baron 
Pollock stated he did not agree with the 
argument that there is no distinction 
between a person who is an active Can- 
didate and one who is a prospective 
Candidate. The Court held that political 
organisations cannot be carried on suc- 
cessfully without incurring expense, and 
that Associations are entitlea to have 
salaried agents and defray the expenses 
of poUtioarmeetinga and advertising, and 
that Col. Foster ¥ras not prohibited from 
contributing to those expenses. 

Petition dismissed. 



8T. OaOROB'S-IM-THa-aJiaT, 
Marali, 180C 



Benn, petitioner. 
Harks, retpondant 



PoU at Bw-Elec- 

tion.lMb. 
Marks (O) 1888 
Bena (L) 1579 

Befw Baron Pottook and Mr, Jnstice Bruce, 

KXhrnrgmm undap PatitloiL.— Bribery, 

Treating, False Statements of Facts. Print- 
ing without Imprint, Inducing Prohibited 
Persons to Vote, Payments otherwise than 
through the Election Agent, Payment for 
Conveyances, Illegal Paymente. Payment 
for Bands and Banners, and Illegal £hn- 
ployment. 

It was charged that throufi^ a philan- 
thropic society of which the respondent 
was president, and to which he and his 
friends subscribed, a large number of 
tickets were distributed, through the 
channel of the local clergy and members 
of the Committee, entithng the holder to 
food. The Court held that, although it 
would have been more prudent for the 
Respondent to have kept aloof tmm the 
distribution, no corrupt act had been 
proved. 

The Respondent had promised a sub- 
scription to the Costers' Union, which at 
that time was engaged in a dispute with 
the authorities as to their right to place 
stalls in the streets. The Court of Queen's 
Bench, however, decided in favour of the 
costermongers, and so his subscription was 
not needed. This was decided not to be 
Bribery. 

Charges of Bribery and Illegal Pay- 
ments against Responaent and some of his 
Agents were held not to be proved. 

The Irish Unionist Alliance organized a 
Smoking Concert, which was attended by 
the Respondent ; at this gathering refresh- 
ments were given to those who attended. 



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The tickets of adminion were distributed 
in all narts of East London. Thifl was 
charsed as Bribery ; the Court, however, 
beld that the officers of the Society wcro 
not Respondent's Agents. 

Treating: was chargred at a Club. It was 
admitted that the Respondent on the 
occasion of his birthday stood drinks to 
all the people in the Club, and paid for it 
by cheque the sum of 0i Is. 9d. But the 
Court held it was not done corruptly. 

The False Statements of Facts com- 
plained of appeared in a local newspaper, 
for which the Editor, an active supporter 
of the Respondent, was prosecuted; but 
as Respondent and Election Agent swore 
it was inserted without their knowledare, 
the Court held Respondent was not liable. 

On the payment for Banners, it was 
proved that Banners were made and used 
and paid fOr by the persons ordering them, 
but ft was not proved they were paid for 
by the Respondent or his Agent, therefore 
toat charge was dismissed. 

The Court, holding all the charges had 
failed, dismissed the Petition. 

The Respondent, however, had made re- 
criminator v charges against the Petitioner. 

It was charged a^iunst the Petitioner 
that he had paid for Banners. The so- 
called Banners were portraits of the Peti- 
tioner, with laths top and bottom ; these 
were intended to hang up, instead of 
pasting as bills on walls. It was proved 
that in some cases children carried them 
in little processions. The Court held that 
they were both * markn of distinction ' cmd 
* banners,' and the Petitioner was guilty of 
a breach of the Act. 

The other principal counter-charge was 
for not having included in the return of 
Klection expenses the value of a Com- 
mittee-room. The Petitioner rented all 
the year round a house in the district, on 
the yard of which a small hall was erected, 
in which meetings, concerts, &c., were 
held from time to time. At the Election 
this hall was used as a Conmiittee-room ; 
and the Court held that a proportion of 
the expense of the room should have been 
included in the return. 

The Petitioner was accordingly found 
guilty of an Illegal practice, but a certifi- 
cate of indemnity was granted. 

The Petition for a Scrutiny was aban- 
doned. 

Petition dismissed. Petitioner ^ound 
guilty of Illegal Pmctices, 



SHORSDITCH, Fab., 1896. 

Oremer, pettticm^r, 
LowLES, napondent. 



Pott at BUettcn, 



LowiM (C) SS76 
r(L) ai46 



B*for» Mr. Jiufio* WrigU and Jir. Jtutice 
Bruee. 

CliaiiC«a under Patltlon. — Bribery, 
Treating, Personation, and Excess of Ex- 
penditure. 



A Scrutiny was claimed. 

A case of Personation was proved and 
the vote struck out. 

Under the head of Expenses not Re- 
turned was the coRt of lectures on political 
suttlccts and the oont of Registration. 
Theflc were held not to be election 
expenses. The printing of Almanacs, 
Pamphlets containing the Respondent's 
speeches, and Portrait Cards, were held to 
be expenses which ought to have been re- 
turned, but as the amount allowed by the 
Act had not nearly been reached, and the 
cost of these matters, if included, still 
left a margin, the Court excused the 
Respondent 

The principal matter, however, which 
had to DC considered was the question of 
Bribery. In the EaBt-end of London, and 
in Shoreditch in particular, there had 
been a good deal of distress among the 
poor, and a fund was raised to assist 
them. The Respondent gave £10 to be 
used in the distribution of relief by means 
of tickets, which entitled the bearer on 
being presented at a shop to food to the 
value of 6d, The tickets used were the 
Respondent's own visiting cards. A letter 
was written by an Agent of the Respon- 
dent, and appeared in local newspapers, 
calling attenuon to the fact that the Re- 
spondent, *the Unionist Candidate for 
Haggerston.* had arranged to give fifty 
tickets a day to deserving applicants, 
such tickets to be had at the Shoreditch 
Labour Bureau, and pointing out that the 
Respondent had adopted a practical way 
of alleviating the distress which existed. 

The Court was divided in opinion on the 
last question, the Scrutiny was abandoned, 
the recriminatory charges against the 
Petitioner were withdrawn, and the 
Respondent kept the seat. 

Petition dismissed. 



WBST laiaNOTON, Jan^ 1801. 



Hedhurst, peHtwner. 
LouflH, respondent. 



iPoU at Election, 
1900. 
Loach (L) 8178 
lf«d&iint(LU) 

8169 

Before Mr. Justtca Kennedy and Mr, Justice 
Darling, 

Petition was for breaohas of 
the BaUot JLot in keeping Polling 
Stations open after 8 p.m. and receiving 
ballot papers after that hour, in breaking 
open a ballot box after it was sealed, and 
in communicating the number of a 
counterfoil of the ballot paper to an out- 
sider by presiding officer. 

On the hearing the last two charges 
were withdrawn, and the case rested 
upon the question of keeping the poll 
open after 8 p.m. 

In one polling station it was proved 
that the doors were locked at 8, but the 
persons then in the room were supplied 
with ballot papers. 



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In other pollinfir stations papern delirered 
before 8 were put into the ballot box after 
8. It was argued on behalf of petitioner 
that nojMbper could be received after 8. 

The Cfourt held that the true dividing 
line is the delivery of the ballot paper to 
the voter, and if he has had a ballot paper 
delivered to him before 8 he is entitled 
to mark and deposit it in the ballot box 
before the ballot box is dosed and sealed, 
but that the issue of ballot papers must 
cease at 8 p.m. 

The Court were able to ascertain what 

rpers were marked and deposited after 
and held that even if all the papers 
were marked for the Respondent, after 
deducting these, there was still a majority 
for him. 
Petition diamiaaed. 



Terrell, petitioner . 
LAuaic, rfpondtnt. 



PBMBROKB DISTRICT, Jan^ 19CM. 

Poll «l EleetUm, 

1900. 
Lenrte (C) S679 
TerreU (L) 8867 

On a reeownt, 
LMrie (C) M79 
TrmU (L) MM! 
Before Mr, JtuHee Darling and Mr. jutHce 
Ohannell. 

Patltlon was for a Scrutiny. Re- 
spondent lodged a counter petition for a 
scrutiny on the ground of bribery, corrupt 
treating, personation, and illegal pay- 
ment of expenses. 

The main point was as to the rights of 
certain freeholders in Haverfordwest. 

On the revision of the Electors' List in 
1900, olu action was taken to freeholders 
in Haverfordwest being entitled to vote 
for the Pembroke Boroughs, on the 
ground that their right to vote for the 
Borough ceased with the Redistribution 

Act, IffiS, andt"-" "" ^*^' 1 

to vote for the 

The Revising ] » 

objection an a] i 

Court, which 9 

decision, and b 

placed on the r 

were, howeve , 

upon which 

and the quest b 

being entitled 

were now ent ■» 

had been all i 

force. 

The Court held this was not an Inherent 
disqualification, and that they were in 
the same category as an occupier who 
although not entitled by reason of 
sufficient occupation yet appeared on the 
Register, and nolding that the Register 
was conclusive, the Petition on this 
point was dismissed. 

Thereupon the Petitioner withdrew the 
whole Petition, the Respondent withdrew 
his counter Petition, and the Respondent 
kept the seat. 

Petition withdraton. 



4976 
4067 



OOOKSRIIOUTH, Feb., 1901. 

Hix Bleotort, pebitionere, j PoU <u EleeHon, 

Rahdms. rmp<mdeni. iundl«i^!c?* 

I LawBon (L) 

Before M*, Juttice Darling and Mr, Juetioe 
ChannelL 

Chmrgmm under Patitlon. — Illegal 
Practices, Illegal Pavments, and Hiring, 
insufficient return of Election Expenses, 
false statements affecting character of the 
Liberal Candidate, and the issue of an 
address without the printer's name. 

A committee room at an Inn had been 
used by a sub-agent, but the Court held 
there was no proof that it was paid for, 
that the Agent had hired a proper place as 
a committee room in another house, that 
although an offence had been committed 
in usinjg the room in the Inn, yet they 
would not report it as an illegal practice. 

The Liberal Unionists had a tea party, 
and the total cost was paid by the branch 
of the Liberal Unionist Association. The 
Court held that the Association was an 
independent Association, that arrange- 
ments for the tea party had been made a 
considerable time oefore the Election, and 
that it was not arranged for the date it 
was held at for the purpose of assisting the 
Respondent's Election, that he did not 
contribute in any way to the expense, and 
that accordingly the Respondent was in no 
way guilty of an offence under the Act, 
ana that the expense of the meeting 
was rightly not included in his Election 
expenses. 

As to the false statements against the 
Liberal Candidate (Sir Wilfrid Lawson) a 
speaker at a meeting made some vulgar 
remarks about the Liberal Candidate, said 

* there was not a bigger fool in the House 
of Conmions and they all knew it,' that 

* when he got up for a speech most of the 
members went out for a drink,' that 

* Lawson had had a chance for the 
last 25 years to do something and what 
had he done? Nothing except take the 
part of the Boers,' and so on. This was 
said in the presence of the Respondent, 
and afterwards, slightly altered, was 

Sublished and oirculatea by the Respon- 
ent. The Court held this did not come 
within the provision of the Corrupt 
Practices Act, 1806. 
Petition dismissed. 



MJLIDSTONB, Fab., 

OomwaUU, pttitioner. 
Babkeb, reepondent. 



1901. 

PoU at Election, 

1901. 

Barker (I<) ttOl 

Com^'alUs(0 aifin 

Before Mr. Justice Kennedy and Mr, Justice 
ChanneU. 

Ohartfai under Petition.— Bribery, 
Treating, and Illegal Practices. 

Charges of personal bribery by the Re- 
spondent were dismissed as untrue. 
Bribery by agents was proved in 26 cases, 
and upon this, without going into the 
questions of treating or illegaT practices. 



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the Court held the Respondent responsible 
for the action of his Agents and unseated 
him. 

Petition allowed. 

At a new Election, March, 1901, the poll 
was :- Evans (L), 2^5 ; MUvain (C), 2182. 



MONMOUTH J>I8TRICT, 
MaFO]i»1001. 

Bmbr^ ft another, pdi* 
Haskis, r^tponcUni. 



Poll at Election. 

1900. 

Harris (C) 4415 

Spker (L) 8737 



Before Mr. JtMKc« Kvant^y and Mr. Justice 
Darling. 

Charges under Petition. — Illegral 
Practices. 

It was proved that the Respondent's 
Election Agent had employed a voter and 
had allowed him to vote, arrangements 
having been made that the voter's son 
should be paid, although the voter did the 
work. There were minor cases of pay- 



ments for advertisements by a private 
secretary of the Respondent. The main 
question, however, was under the Corrupt 
Practices Act, 1885, for having published a 
false statement of fact in relation to the 

Krsonal character or conduct of the 
beral Candidate. This appeared in a 
letter by Dr. Harris to a local newspaper 
in which he charged Mr. Sploer with 
* living in London on the proflts of cheap 
foreign labour, and in paying his Election 
expenses In Monmouth District out of 
the profits he was making by the employ- 
ment of cheap foreign labour— the labour 
of Italian workmen employed by him at a 
wage of ninepence a day.' This was 
found to be unfounded and absolutely 
untrue. The Court held this to be a 
breach of the Corrupt Practices Act, 1805, 
and unseated the Respondent. 

Petition aUowed, 

At a new Election, May. 1901, the poll 
was :— Lawrence (C), 40W; Spicer (L), 
4261. 



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5 


2 


Feb. 19.1835 


July 17,1837 


2 


5 


Mar. 4,1874 


Mar. 25, 1880 


6 


1 


Nov. 15. 1837 


June 23, 1841 


3 


7 


April 29, 1880 


Nov. 18,1885 


5 


7 


Aug. 19, 1841 


July 23,1847 


6 





Jan. 12,1886 


June 26, 1888 





5 


Nov. 11,1847 


July 1, 1852 


4 


11 


Aug. 5,1886 


June 28, 1892 


5 


10 


Nov, 4,1852 


Mar. 20, 1857 


4 


5 


Aug. 4,1892 


July 8, 1895 


2 


11 


April 30, 1857 


April 23, 1850 


2 





Aug. 12, 1895 


Sept. 25, 1900 


5 


1 


May 31,1850 


July 6, 1866 


6 


1 


Dec. 3, 1900 


— 


— 


— 


Feb. 1, 1866 


Nov. 11,1868 


2 


9 











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104 

PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES : 
How Created, How Filled. 

A MfiMBEft of the House of Commons cannot relinquish his seat during the 
continuance of the Parliament for which he is elected, nor can he refuse to 
serve even if nominated and elected against his will. This rule is, however, in 
practice evaded by a Member who wishes to retire applying for the Stewardship 
of the Chiltem Hundreds, €ui office under the Crown which, on acceptance, 
vacates the seat, and which is resigned as soon as its purpose is fiilfilled, or 
retained only until the appointment is revoked in order to make way for cuiother 
applicant. 

The acceptance of the Chiltem Hundreds during a Recess does not create a 
vacancy so as to enable the Speaker to issue a new writ, therefore a Member 
cannot effectively resign his seat during a Recess. Applications have sometimes, 
under exceptional circumstances, been refused, but ordinarily the Treasury will 
give the office (the duties of which are merely nominal) to any Member who 
applies unless there appears sufficient grounds for withholding it. 

Vacancies can arise, therefore, only from the following causes : — 

1. Death of Members. 

2. Their elevation to the Peerage. 

3. Acceptance of Office under Sie Crown. 

4. Bankruptcy. 

5. Lunacy. 

6. On the report of Election Judges that elections or returns are void. 

Imbua of Wvita V ^ vacancy occurs during the SessUm., the writ issues on 
dupintf ftf rnaion ^^ Speaker's warrant by motion in the House, but where 
* the vacancy occurs prior to or immediately after the 
opening of a new Parliament, a writ cannot be issued until after the expiration 
of the time for presenting an Election Petition. 

laaua of Wpita V ^ vacanci/ occurs during a Recess^ the Speaker's warrant 
durintf Raoeaa ^^^ *^^ ^"*' ^^^^^^ ^^ * Certificate under the hands of two 
* Members, that a Member has died or that a writ of 
summons under the Great Seal has been issued to summon him to Parliament 
as a Peer. , 

In the case of a Member accepting an office under the Crown, the procedure 
is the same, but the certificate must be accompanied by a copy of the Oazette 
containing the Member's appointment to the Office, and, in addition, the 
Member must himself in writing notify his acceptance of the Office to the 
Speaker, or countersign the certificate. (The power to issue the warrant is in 
this case permissive and not obligatory on the Speaker, so that he may, by 
abstaining from issuing the warrant, reserve for the decision of the House any 
question as to whether the Office is one the acceptance of which vacates the seat.) 

^ 1^ . If the vacancy arises by reason of a Member being adjudged a 

bankrupt in England, the writ issues on the certificate of 

the Bankruptcy Court. By the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, if the disqualifications 

for sitting and voting in the House or in Committees of the House are not 



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PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES. 105 

removed Within six months from the date oi the order, the Court is required 
to certify' the bankruptcy to the Speaker, and the seat of the Member there- 
upon becomes vacant. 

No penalty appears to attach to a bankrupt for sitting and votings and as 
no notice of his bankruptcy is required to be g^ven to the Speaker for six 
months, a bankrupt Member may continue to attend Parliament until the 
Speaker receives such notice, unless the House itself takes notice that he is 
incapable of sitting and voting, and order him to withdraw. 

Notice of certificates so received by the Speaker during recess must be 
Gazetted, and the writ must not issue until six days thereafter, nor shall the 
writ issue unless application be made for it so long before the next meeting 
of Parliament as that the writ for the election may be issued before the day 
of such meeting. 

Y^ If the vcLcani/cy arises hy rectson of the Member^s confinement as a 

Lunatic, the procedure is as follows : — The medical practitioner 
on whose certificate, or the Court or person on whose order the Member is 
detained, shall, or two Members may, certify the same to, the Speaker, who 
shall transmit such certificate to the Commissioners in Lunacy, who thereupon 
shall visit and examine the Member and report to the Speaker whether he 
is of unsound mind. If the report is in the affirmative, the Speaker shall, at 
the expiration of six months if the House is sitting, and, if not, as soon as may 
be after the next sitting, require the Commissioners to again examine the 
Member, and if he is still of unsound mind, the report is laid upon the Table 
of the House— the seat becomes vacant and a new writ is issued. 

Apparently under this provision a Writ cannot be issued during a recess, 
and similarly — 

fiSlAAti Petition V ^^ Vacancy arises by reason of a Member being un- 
seated on Petition^ the House, on being informed by 
the Speaker of the receipt of the Judges' Certificate, gives the necessary direction 
for confirming or altering the Return, or for issuing a Writ for a new Election 
as circumstances may require. 

The Returning '^^ ^"*' *^ ^^^^^ to the Returning Officer. The SheriflF 
OffifiA *® *^® Returning Officer in Counties and in cities and 

towns being Counties in themselves, and the Mayor in 
parliamentary Boroughs. 



PROCEDURE BETWEEN RECEIPT OF WRIT AND 
THE POLLING. 

The Returning Officer must give public notice of the Election on the day on 
which he receives the Writ or the day-after in a Parliamentary Borough, and 
in a County, not later than the second day after. The notice must be given be- 
tween the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., and must state the place, day and hour on 
which he will attend to receive nominations, and, in case of a contested election, 
the date of the polling. 



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i06 PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES. 

The foUowing tables (copied by permissioii from the ** Duties of an Election 
Agent and of a Returning Officer at a Parliamentary Election,** by the late 
Frank R. Parker, puUished by Knight & Co., La Belle Sauvage Yard) show 
how the time is calculated between the reodpt of the Writ and the day of 
polling, on the assumption that the Writ is received on the first day of the 
month. This computation does not take into consideration Sundays, Christmas 
Day, Good Friday, and days of public fasting and thanksgiving. Anything 
falling on either of these days may be done on the next day, but a Bank 
Holiday is to be treated like any other working day and cannot be excluded in 
computing election dates. 

Counties. 

If the Writ be received on (say) July 1st, the notice of election may be given 
on the 1st, ^d, or 3rd July. 

if on if on 

If the notice ofeUctUm is given on ... July 1st ... July 9nd ... July 3rd 
The nomination day cannot be— 

Earlier than... 5th 6th 7th 

Later than ... 10th lOth 10th 

If the nomination day is July 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 9th, 10th 

The poU day cannot be — 

Earlier than 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 19th, 13th 

Later than l^h, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th 

District Boroughs. 

If the Writ be received on (say) July 1st, the notice of election may be given 
on the 1st or 9nd July. if on 

\iihe notice of election is given on July 1st ... July 9nd 

The nomination day cannot be — Earlier than 5th 6th 

Later than 10th 10th 

Ifthe nomination day is July 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th 

The poll day cannot be — 

Earlier than... 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th 

Later than ... 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th 

Boroughs. 

If the Writ be received on (say) July 1st, the notice of election may be given 

on the 1st or 2nd July. if on 

lithe notice of election is given on July 1st ... July 2nd 

The nomination day cannot be— Earlier than 4th 5th 

Later than 5th 5th 

If the nomination day is July 4th ... July 5th 

The poll day cannot be — Earlier than 5th 6th 

Later than 8th 9th 



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107 

PARIJAMENTARY CANDIDATURES. 



QUALIFICATIONS. 

Ahy male person of the full age of twenty-one years, a natural-bom subject, 
and not barred by any of the inherent or statutory disqualiftcations named below, 
is eligible for election to the House of Commons. 

A naturalised subject is now also, apparently, eligiUe. It has been enacted 
(33 and 34 Vict c. 14, s. 7) that an alien, to whom a certificate of naturalisation 
has been granted by a Secretary of State, is entitled to all the political and other 
rights, powers, and privileges, and is subject to all the oblig^ons to which a 
natural-bom British subject is entitled or subject. Some authorities still hold it 
questionable whether the words in the above section so repeal section 3 of 19 
and 13 Will. III. c. 3 (which enacted that no alien, though naturalised, shall be 
capable of being elected to either House of Parliament) as to qualify a naturalised 
person for election. • 

DISQUALIFICATIONS. 

In Parker*s Election Agent and Returmng Ofieer (see preceding page) the 
different grounds of incapacity for election to the House of Commons are, for 
convenience, divided into three cldsses — 

(a) Incapacity by reason of infirmity or mental imbecility. 

(h) Incapacity by reason of circumstances, character, or conduct. 

{e) Incapacity by reason of holding certain offices or positions. 

In addition, there is the disqualification arising from sex — ^the Candidate may 
not be a woman. 

Under class (a) fall idiots, lunatics, minors, and persons who are deaf and 
dumb. 

Under class (6) fall aliens, bankrupts, criminals, persons reported by an 
Biection Court as g^ty of corrupt or illegal practices, either by themselves or 
throueh their Agents, at Parliamentary or Municipal Elections. This dis- 
aualincation extends for seven years, or a lesser perioa, according as to whether 
the offence was one for which the Candidate was himself personally guilty, or 
reported guilty by his Agent. 

Under class (o) fall priests or deacons of the Church of England, ministers of 
the Church of Scotland, or in holy orders in the Church of Rome ; contractors 
for or on account of the Public Service, other than Incorporated Companies ; 
permanent paid officials of a County Council who are required to devote the 
whole of their time to such employment ; Oovemors of Colonies, Judges of 
the High Court, Peers of Parliament (except Irish Peers who have not been 
elected as representative Peers in the House of Lords), and various other 
officials. 

There are partial disqualifications attaching to the following: Returning 
Officers, Recorders, Revising Barristers, and certain others holding officii 
positions. 

It would be the duty of the Election Agent, or officials of a Party Organiza- 
tion, before the nomination of any person holding a public office, to ascertain 
whether a disaualification would be likely to attiu^h to the Candidate, and it 
might be expeaient to make similar inquiry in regard to any public of&ce held 
by the opposing Candidate. 



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108 

THE SECRECY OF THE BALLOT. 

It should be unnecessaiy at this time of day to have to say anything about 
the Secrecy of the Ballot. For a generation the Ballot Act has been in operation. 
But canvassers and other workers in elections — not so much, perhaps, in the 
larger Boroughs as in the rural districts — are frequently confronted with the 
necessity of assuring a doubting agricultural labourer or vUlaffer that the secrecy 
of his vote is inviolable, and that there is no case on record during the thirty 
years in which the Act has been in operation in which the vote of a duly quali- 
fied elector has been revealed, unless he has been foolish enough to disclose it 
himself, or has been reported by the High Court on a Scrutiny for an oifence 
under the Corrupt Practices Acts, or as not being qualified to give a. vote. 

The doubt in the voter*s mind is generally inspired more by innuendo than by 
an open challenge against the adequacy of the safeg^uards for ensitfine secrecy — 
even so recently as in the Horsham Division of Sussex By-Election (November, 
1904) it was alleged that, baffled in their efforts to get at the intention of the 
agricultural labourer, certain canvassers impugned the secrecy of the ballot, and 
the Conservative Candidate himself when aSted by a voter whether the ballot 
box could be pried into, was reported to have replied that he preferred not to 
answer the question. Those who know the agricultural labourer —whose daily 
occupation and whose home itself, perhaps, are dependent upon the secrecy of 
his vote — can appreciate fully the covert form of intimidation involved in this 
device for ** getting at ** the rural voter. 

If the canvassers who raise these doubts in the minds of the nervous and 
uninformed are sincere in their suggestion that the ballot is not secret, there must 
be some evidence. Why is it not c^duced ? Why do they hot produce an 'awful 
example* in the person of a voter whose vote hcu been disclosed? But even 
among the better-informed there is room for more knowledge as to the meaning 
of a &rutiny and what that process involves. A Scrutiny must not be confused 
with a recount. At a recount, the face of the ballot papers only can be taken into 
consideration, so that there can be no question of disclosure ; the object of a 
recount being to decide upon doubtful papers and the position of the X* and to 
see that only papers so marked as to show no doubt of the voter's intention are 
placed to the credit of the Candidate for whom the votes are intended, and this is 
as far as a recount can go. No cognisance can be taken of an allegation that a 
vote was given by an alien or a woman or a lunatic or any other person who has 
no statutory right to exercise the Parliamentary franchise. Provided their names 
are on the register it is prima facis evidence that they have a right to poll, and if 
they have obtained a ballot paper and used it, the vote cannot be upset on 
a recount. 

It is otherwise when the case goes before the High Court in the form of a 
Petition for a Scrutiny. Here and only here is it possible to go behind the balk^t 
paper and inquire if the person who voted on it had any right to the vote. But 
the Scrutiny is limited to those votes only, of which notice has been given to the 
other side. The votes objected to are entered on a schedule, and it is those 
scheduled votes only to which a Scrutiny can apply. Having r^^rd to the cost 
and to the risk involved in calling for a Scrutiny which, after all, mav mean the 
defeat of your own Candidate instead of your opponent, it is rarely that a Scru- 
tiny is resorted to. For instance, at the General Election of 1900, 3,519,345 
persons voted in the United Kingdom ; arising out of that electicMi, there were 
five Election Petitions. In only one of these was a Scrutiny demanded, and that 
was not proceeded with. As, therefore, it is only by means of a Scrutiny that 
the act of any voter can be known, and that in 1900 not one of over three and a half 
million of votes was disclosed, it goes without saying that the oft-reiterated 
assurance ** The BaUot is Secret '* is a statement of fact which cannot be refuted^ 
and ought not, in common honesty, to be denied. 



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109 



MINISTRIES, 1892-1904. 



[The names of the membertt of the Cabinet are printed in heavier type. The last 
name in the right'hand column gives name of present occupant of office.\ 



LIBERAL, 1892-5. 

MR. GLADSTONE'S 1802^. 

LORD ROSEBERY'S 1894-5. 



UNIONIST, 1895-1904. 

LORD SALISBURY'S . . . 1895-1902. 
MR. BALFOUR'S 1902. 



Mr. Gladstone (1892-4) (Prime \ 
Minister) t 

Barl of Rosebery (1894) f 
(Prime Minister) ) 

lH>Fd HoPMhoIl (the late) ... 



Karl of Kimberloy {the late)\ 

(1892-4) \ 

Barl of Roaobery (1891) J 



Mr. Gladstone (1892-4) ) 

I«ord Tweedmouth (1894) f 



Sir W. Haroourt 



Ban of Roaobery (1892-4) ^ 
" ■ ■ 4 



of Kimberley {the late) . 
(1894) J 

MarqaoM of Ripon 

Barl of Klmberley {the late) \ 

(1892-4) \ 

Sir H. H. Fowler (1894) j 

Mr. Asqulth 



Sir H. Campbell - Banner- 



Barl Spencer 

IjOrd Houghton {Earl of\ 

Crewe) / 

Mr. S. Walker 

Sir George Trevelyan 



Mr. Bryo 
Lord Tw< 



(1898-4) 

reedmoutb (1894) 



Mr. MundeUa (1892-4) ... 

Mr. Bryoe (1894) 

Sir H. H. Fowler (1892-4) 
Mr. Bbaw-Liefevre (1894) 



First Lord of the 
Treasury (£5000) 

Lord Chancellor 
(£10,000) 

Lord President of 
Council (£2000) 



Lord Privy Seal 
(£200()) 



Chancellor of 
Exchequer (£5000) 



Foreign Secretary 
(£5000) 

Colonial Secretary 
(£5000) 



Secrel 



tary for 
(£5000) 



for India 



Home Secretary 
(£5000) 

Secretary for War 

(£5000) 

First Lord of 
Admiralty (£4500) 

Lord-Lieutenant of 
Ireland (£20,000) 

Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland (£8000) 

Secretary for 
Scotland (£2000) 

Chcmcellor of the 
Duchy (£2000) 

President, Board of 

Trade (£2000) 

President, Local 

Government Board 

(£2000) 



Mr. Balfour (Prime Minister, 



Barl of Halabury. 

TDuke of DevoBBlilre (1885- 

I 1903). 

I Marqueu of Londonderry 

(Marquees oT Salisbury 
{the UUe) (1896-1902) (Prime 
Minister). 
Mr. Balfour (1902-3). 
Marquess of Salisbury 

rSir M. Hioks-Beach (1895- 

1902). 
{ Mr. Rltoble (1902-3). 
I Mr. JLusten Chamberlain 
I (1903). 
/ Marquess of Salisbury 

{the late) (1896-1900) (Prime 
A Minister). 

I Marquess of Lansdowne 
I (19(J0). 

( Mr. Chamberlain (1895-1903). 
1 Mr. JL. Lyttelton (1903). 

r Lord G. Hamilton (1896-1903). 
iMr. Brodriok (1903). 

rSIr M. White Ridley {Ixyrd 
I Bidley) (1896-1900). 
1 Mr.. Ritchie (1900-2). 
I Mr. Jlkers Douglas (1902). 
fLord Lansdowne (1896-1900). 
i Mr. Brodrlck (1900-3). 
I Mr. Jlmold-Forster (1903). 
( Viscount Qoschen (1896- 
< 1900). 

(Barl of Selbome (1900). 
j Barl Cadogan (1895-1902). 
( Earl of Dudley (1902). 
Lord Ashbourne. 

(Lord Balfour of Burleigh 
(1896-1903). 
Mr. Graham Murray (1903). 
(Lord James of Hereford 
(1896-1902). 
Sir William Walrond (1902). 
( Mr. Ritchie (1896-1900). 
1 Mr. Gerald Balfour (1900). 
/Mr. Chaplin (1896-1900). 
\Mr. Long (1900). 



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MINISTRIES, 1892-1904. 



LIBERAL, 180:^5. 

Mr. H. Gardner {Lord Burgh- 
ciere) 

Mr. Arthur AoUaid 



Mr. Sliaw-IiefitTVtt (188^) 

Mr. Herbert Gladstone 

(1894) 

Mr. John MATltty 



Mr. JlriMld Movtoy 



SjR J. T. Hibbert 



Mr. E. Marjoribanks {Lord\ 

Ttteedmouth) (1882-4) ... Y 

Mr. Thomas kllis (1884) J 

Mr. Thomas Rlur (1892-4) \ 
Mr. W. a. MoArthur ... I 
Mr. R. K. Causton 
Mr. R. C. Munro Ferguson 
(1894) J 



Mr. Seale-Hayne 



Mr. E. Robertson 



I Junior LordH of 
Treasury (3) 
(£1000 each) 



Paymaster-General 
(unpaid) 



CJlvll Lord of the 
Admiralty (£1000) 



Sir U. Kay-Shuttij5W0Rth \ 
{Lord ShtUtUwoHh) ... / 

Mr. Herbert Gladstone ^ 

(1892-4) y 

Mr. G. W. E. Russell (1894) J 



Sir Edward Grey 



Mr. Sydney Buxton 



IjORD Sandhurst (189^-5) ) 
Lord Monkswell (1895) ) 



President, Board of 
Agriculture (£2000) 

Vice-President of 

Council (Education) 

(£2000) 

President, Board 
of Education (£2000) 

Parliamentary Secre- 
tary of Board of 
RduoaUon (£1200) 

First Commissioner 
of Works (£2000) 

Chief Secretary, 
Ireland (£4425) 



PoHtmaster-G encral 
(£2500) 



Financial Secretary ; 
to Treasury (£2000) 

Patronage Secretary 
to Treasury (£2000) . 



Secretary to the 
Admiralty (£2000) 

Under Home 
Secretary (£1500) 



Under-Secretary for 

Foreign Affairs 

(£1500) 



Under Colonial 
Secretary (£1500) 



Under-Secretary for 
War (£1500) 



UNIONIST, 1895-1904. 

(Mr. JbOB^ (1895-1900). 
i Mr. Hflttbory (1900-3). 
(■arl of Onslow (1903). 
Sir John Gorbt (189(>-1902). 



Marquttss of Londondorry 

(1902). 

Sir W. Anson (1902). 



fMr. JLkors DoutflM (189»- 

i 1902). 

I Lord Windsor (1902). 

TMr. Gerald Balfour (189:^- 

i 1900). 

I Mr. O. Wyndliam (1900). 

{Duko of Norfolk (189!!h1900). 
Marquom of I<ondOBdorry 
(1900-2). 
Mr. JL. CkambarlalA (1902-3). 
Xiord atanloy (1903). 
{Mr. Hanburt (1895-1900). 
Mr. a. Chamberlain (190(X<2). 
Mr. Hayes Fisher (1902-3). 
Hon. a. Elliot (1903). 
Mr. Victor Cavendish (1908). 

(Sir W. Walrond (1895-1902). 
( Sir a. Acland Hood (1902). 

(Mr. Anstruther (1895-1908)* 
Mr. Hayes Fisher (1895-1902). 
Lord Stanley (1895-1900). 
Mr. Ailwyn Fellowes (1900). 
Mr. H. W. Forster (1902). 
Lord Balcarres (1903). 
{Earl of Hopbtoun (1806-8). 
Duke of Marlborough (1899- 
1902). 
Sir S. Crossley (1902). 

TMr. a. Chamberlain (1896- 
J 1900). 

i Capt. Pretyman (1900-3). 
IMr. a. H. Lee (1903). 

{Mr. Macartney (1896-1900). 
Mr. Arnold-Forster (1900-3/. 
Capt. Pretyman (1903). 

{Mr. Jesse C^ollings (1895- 
1902.) 
Mr. T. Cochrane (1902). 

(Mr. Curzon {Lord Curzon) 
(1895-8). 
Mr. Brodrick (1896-1900). 
Viscount Crakborne {Lord 
Saliabury) (190O-3). 
Earl Percy (1903). 

{Earl of Selbornb (1896-190OX 
Earl of Onslow (190^). 
Duke of Marlboro' (1903). 
{Mr. Brodrick (1895-8). 
Mr. G. Wyndham (1898-1900). 
Lord Raglan (1900-3). 
Earl of Hardwigke (1902-.3). 
Earl of Donoughmore (1903). 



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Ill 



LIBERAL, 1802-6. 

Mr. 6. W. B. Russell (1892-4) \ 
Lord Reay (18M) / 

Mr. Thomas Burt 

Sir Walter Foster 



I 



Mr. W. Woodall. 



Sir Chari.es Russell (1892-4)^ 
Sir John Rioby (1894) ... * 
Sir Robert Reid (1894)... 
Sir John Rioby (1892-4) 
Sir Robert Reid (1894) ... 
Sir r. LocKWOOD (1891) ... 

Mr. J. B. Balfour 



Mr. a. AsheR (1892-4) ... \ 
Mr. Thomas Shaw (18M) / 

The MacDbrmot 



Serjeant Hemphill 



Under-Secretary for 
India («1500) 

Secretary, BcMtrd of 

Trade (£1200) 

Secretary, Local 

Government Board 

(£1200) 

Financial Secretary, 
War Office (£1500) 



Attorney-General 
(£7000 and fees) 

Solicitor-General 
(£0000 and fees) 

Lord Advocate 
(£5000) 



Solicitor-General for 
Scotland (£2000) 

Attorney-General 
for Ireland (£5000) 

Solicitor-General for 
Ireland (£2000) 



UNIONIST, 1895-1904. 

rEARL OF Onblow (1886-1900). 
J Barl of Hardwicks (190O-2). 
\ Karl Percy (1902-3). 
I Barl of Hardwigke (1908). 
j Barl of Dudley (1895-1902). 
IMr. Bonar Law (1902). 
i Mr. T. W. Russeu. (1895-1900). 
(Mr. Grant Lawson (1900). 

(Mr. Powell Williams (1895- 
-1900). 
Lord Stanley (190O-3). 
Mr. Bromley • Davenport 
(1903). 

jSiR R. Webster (1805-1900). 
tSiRR. B. Finijly (1900). 

iSiR R. B. FiNLAY (1885-1900). 
(Sir £. H. Carson (1800). 

rSiR C. J. Pearson (1805-6). 
J Mr. Graham Murray (1896- 
1 1808). 

IMr. C. Soott Dickson (1903). 
rMR.GRAHAM Murray (1805-6), 
I Mr. C. Scott Dickson (1896- 

IMr. D. Dundas (1903). 
Mr. J. Atkinson. 

/Mr. W. Kenny (1805-«). 

Mr. Dunbar Barton (1898- 
4 1900). 

Mr. G. Wright (190O-1). 
IMr. J. H. M. Campbell (1901). 



HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. 



Marquess of Breadalbane... 
Earl Carrinoton 



ViscountOxenbridge (1892-4) \ 
Karl of Cork {tkt late) (1804) / 

Lord Ribblebdale 



Earl of Chesterfield 

,(1892-4) 

Mr. a. G. Brand (1894)... 



Mr. G. G. Leveson Gower ... 
Mr. c. R. Spencer 



Lord Steward (£2000) 

Lord Chamberlain 
(£2000) 

Ma.<iter of the Horse 
(£2500) 

Master of the 
Buckhounds (£1500) 



Treasurer of the 
Household (£904) 



Comptroller of the 
Household (£904) 

Vice-Chomberlain 
(£924) 



Earl of Pembroke. 
rEARL OF Lathom {the late) 
I (18ft5-8). 
-! Earl of'Hopetoun {Marquiti 

of LirdUhgaw (1888-1900). 
I Earl of Clarendon (1900). 
Duke of Portland. 

{Earl of Coventry (1895-1900). 
Lord Chesham (190O-1). 
Office aboliahed, 190L 
^Marquess of Carmarthen 

{J>uke of Leeds) (1895^. 
Viscount Curzon {JSarl oj 

Howe) (1896-1900). 
Mr. Victor Cavendish 

(1900-3). 
Marquess of Hamilton 
(1903). 

/Lord Arthur Hill (1895-8). 
1 Viscount Valentia (1888). 
TMr. Ailwyn Fellowes (1895- 
I 1900). 

I Sir a. F. Acland-Hood (1900). 
I Lord Wolvkrton (1902). 



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A Short Bibliography for the Use of Liberai^. 



Biographies 112 

Church Questions 113 

Co-operation 113 

Defence and Military Service .113 

Democracy and Citizenship . . .114 
Economic Science and History . .115 

Education 115 

The Empire 116 

Finance, Taxation, and Rating . . 117 

Foreign Affairs 117 

Free Trade and Protection . . .118 
General 119 



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BIOGRAPHIES. 

Gromvrell. John Morley. (Macmillan) 

„ Frederic Harrison. {Macmillan) 

Walpole. John Morley. (Macmillan) 

Chatham. Frederic Harrison. {Macmillan) 

Pitt. Lord Rosebery. {Macmillan) 

Fox. J. L. Hammond. (Msthum) 

Peel. Lord Rosebery. {Cassdl) 

„ J. R. Thursfield. {Macmillan) 

liord John RuBsell. Spencer Walpole. (2 vols.) 
Francis Place. Graham Wallas. (Lonff-muns) 
Gobden. John Morley. {Fisher Unwin) 
Wesley. Journal, edited by A. Birrell. {lahister) 
liOrd Shaftesbury. Edwin Hodder. (Cassell) 

Mazzini. Bolton )Ci^^< {Dent) 

MU1» J* B. Autobiography. {Longmans) 
Oarlyle. Froude. (4 vols.) {Longmans) 
Oladstone. John Morley. (3 vols.) {Macmillan) 
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Department, 42 Parliament Street, S.W., if any difficulty is experienced in obtaining 
them from a local bookseller. Parliamentary papers can also conveniently be obtained 
from Messrs. P. S. King & Son, Orchard House, Westminster, S.W. 

The date of publication is given where it is of importance in estimating: the present 
value of a book. Most books can be obtained at a discount of 3d, in the Is, off the 
published price, except those marked * n,' the price of which is net. 

Additions and suggestions will bo gratefully received, addressed to the Secretary, , 
Liberal Publication Department, 42 Parliament Street, S.W. < 

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post free l^d., to be obtained from the Liberal Publication Department, 42 Parliament , 
Street, S.W. 

CONTENTS. 



Housing 121 

Ireland 121 

Labour Questions 121 

Land Questions 123 

Local Government 124 

Political Science and the Constitution 124 
PovOTty, Poor Law, and Old Age Pen- 
sions 125 

Socialism and Municipal Enterprise . 126 

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SSUiot, Hon. A. The State and the Church. {MacmiUan) ... 9 6 
Short, T. Y. History of the Church of England to the Revolution 

of 1688. (Lonstmang) 7 6 

MoleBvrorth, Canon. History of the Church of England, 1660- 

1860. (KeganPaul) 7 « 

Selbome, Lord. Defence of the Church of England. (MacmiUan) % 6 

„ „ Ancient Facts and Fictions. {MacvmUan) .». 7 6 
Hutton, W. H. A Short History of the Church in Great Britain. 

{Rivingttm) ... ... ... ... ... 3 6 

Skoats, H. B., ft Miall, BS. History of the Free Churches of 

England, 1688-1891. (Clarke) 6 

Home, A. SilvoBter. A Popular History of the Free Churches. 

(Clarke) ... ., 3 6 

Bogers, J. OuinnoMu Church l^stems in the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury. (Thacker^ Memorial HaUi Parrmffd(m Streett London) ... 4 
Church Reform. (Imperial Parliament Series.) (Sonnenschmn) ... 10 

The Case for Disestablishment. (The Liberation Society) 10 

Wilkinson, Rev. J. F. Disestablishment (Welsh and English). 

(Clarke) 1 

BSvans, Howard. The Price of Priestcraft. (Liberation Society) 1 

Mudie Smith. Religious Life of London. (Hodder ^ Stoughton) 6 

CO-OPBRATION. 

Potior, Beatrice. Co-operative Movement in Great Britain. 

(Sonnemichein) 2 6 

Aoland, A. H. D., and Jones, B. Working Men Co-operators. 

(Cassell) 1 

Holyoake, O. J. The Co-operative Movement To-day. (1891) 

(Methuen) 2 6 

Kropotkin, Prinoe. Mutual Aid— a Factor of Evolution. (Heine- 

mann).., ... ... .... 6 3 

Jones, B. Co-operative Production. (9 vols.) (Oxford UmversUy 

Press) ... 15 

liloyd, H. D. Labour Co-partnership. (Harper) 5 

Industrial Co-opciration. Edited by Catherine Webb. (Co-operative 

Union, Manchester) 2 6 n. 

Davies, M. LI. The Women's Co-operative Guild, 1883-94. (King) 1 
Co-operative Wholesale Society's Annual. (Co-operative Wholesale 

Society <, Manchester) 3 6 

Annual Report of Co-operative Congress. (Co-operative Union, 

Manchester) ... 1 

Board of Trade Report on Workmen's Co-operative Societies, 1901. 

[Cd. 698] (Eyre <Jt Spottiswoode) 1 2i 

DBFliNCB AND MILITARY BERYICE. 

Maurice, Sir J. F. The National Defences. (MacmUlan) ... 3 6 
Dilke, Sir C, and Wilkinson, H. B. Imperial Defence. (Con- 
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Mahfcn, Oapt. A. T. The Influence of Sea Power upon History, 
16«0.1783. (Low) 

CamaFTon, Lord. The Defence of the Empire. (A Selection 
from Letters and Speeches.) (Murray) 

Blooh, J. S. Modem Weapons and Modem War. (Richards) ... 

BnuM«y, Hon. T. A. Problems of Empire. (Humphreys) 

Amery, I4. B. The Problem of the Army. (Arnold) 

ISsher, Yisoount. National Strategy. (Humphreys) 

Ross, Oapt. O. Representative Govemment and War. (Huichm- 
son) 

Owynne, H. A« The Army on Itself. (Wame) 

Bpowiio, CSoI. is. C. National Service : The only Effective Solu- 
tion of the Problem of Imperial Defence. (Mciclehose) 

Goulton, O. A Strong Army in a Free State. (Simpkin) 

'Promptua.* The Principles of Home Defence. (Rees) 

Yon der Oolts, Baron. The Nation in Arms, translated (Rees) 

Wilkinson, H. 8. Citixen Soldiers. (Essays towards the Improve- 
ment of the Volunteer Force.) (Son-nefuehein) 1 6 

Report of the Royal Commission on the Militia and Volunteers. 

]Cd. 9061] (Eyre ^ SpoUiswoode) 9 

Report of * Lord Esher's Committee.* (4 parts.) (Eyre <|' SpottU- 

woode) \ 2 

The 'War Commission* Report. [Cd. 1789] (Eyre ^ Spoltmooode) 9 7 
(Vol. I. of the Evidence of Witnesses [Cd. 1790] costs 4«. 6d„ 
Vol. II. [Cd. 1791] 5s. Ud., and the volume of Appendices 
[Cd. 1792] 3*. 6d,) 

Tolstoi, Count. Peace and War. (4 vols.) (Scott) 10 



DBSMOGRAOY AND GITIZliNSHIP. 

Mill, J, 8. On Liberty. (Longmans) 1 4 

Mill, J. B. Considerations on Representative Govemment. (Long- 
mans) ' 

Bose, J. H. The Rise of Democracy. (Blackie) 

Oodkin, BS. L. Problems of Modem Democracy. (Serifmer) 

Wallas, Oraham. The Life of Francis Place. (Longmans) 

Maine, Sir H. B. Popular Government. (Murray) 

Ostrotforski, M. Democracy and the Organization of Political 
Parties. (9 vols.) (Macmillan) 

Hobhouso, li. T. Democracy and Reaction. (Fisher Unwin) ... 

Deploige, Simon. The Referendum in Switzerland. (King) ... 

Bryoe, James. The American Commonwealth. (9 vols.) (Mac- 
millan) 23 

Wiloox, D. F. The American City— a Problem in Democracy. 

(Macmillan) 5 

Bro¥m, W. Jethro. The New Democracy : A Political Study. 

(Mcumiillan) 7 g 

Oiddings, F. H. Democracy and Empire. (Macmillan) 8 6 n. 



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Chamberlain, 9. The Radical Programme. (1883) (Chapman <|- «• d, 

... 2 6 
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... 3 6 
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HM) ... 
Chamberlain, J. Speeches, 1880-1885. (Boutledffe) 

Boeanquet, M. Essays and Addresses. (Sonnemchein) 

Clark, F. H. Outlmes of Civics. (Macmillan) 

Good Citizenship. Edited by Rev. J. £. Hand. (Alkn) 

Stephen, Itfealie. Social Rights and Duties. (9 vols.) (Sonnenschein) 9 

ECONOMIC BCIBMCB AND |II8TORY. 

Smith, Adam. Wealth of Nations. (Condensed Ed.) (Oliphanl, 

Andersath 4* Ferrier) 1 

Mill, J. 8. Political Economy. (Ltrnffmans) 3 6 

Marshall, A. Principles of Economics. (Vol.1.) (Macmillan)... 1^ 6 n. 

„ Elements of Economics of Industry. (Macmillan) 3 6 

Jevons, W. B. Theory of Political Economy. (Macmillan) ... 10 6 

Walker, F. A. First Lessons in Political Economy. (Macmillan) 5 

Cannan, B. Elementary Political Economy. (Frotcde) 10 

Batfehot, W. Economic Studies. (Longmam) « 3 6 

Flux, A. W. Economic Principles. (Methuen) 7 6 n. 

Hobson, J. A. Economics of Distribution. (Macmillan) 5 On. 

„ The Social Problem. (Niabet) 7 6 n. 

Ashley, W. J. English Economic History. (Longmans) 5 

Oibbins, H. de B. Industrial History of England. (Methuen) ... 9 6 
Cunningham, Dr. W. Outlines of English Industrial History. 

[Cambridge University Press) 4 

Looh, C. S. Methods of Social Advance. (Macmillan) 3 6 

BDUCATION. 

Speneer, Herbert. Education : Intellectual, Moral, and Physical. 

(Waiiams db Nargate) 2 6 

Holman, H. English National Education. (Blackie) 2 6 

Balfour, Oraham. Educational Systems of Great Britain and 

Ireland. (Oxford University Press) 

De Montmorenoir, J. B. O. State Intervention in English Educa- 
tion ( Cambridge University Press) 

Education in the Nineteenth Century. (Essays, edited by R. D. 

Roberts. ) ( Cambridge University Press) 

National Education : Essays towards a Constructive Policy. (Edited 

by Laurie Magnus.) (Murray) 7 6 

VThiteley, O. C. The Education Acts. (Full text.) (Knight) ... 5 
Diary of the Education Act, 1909, &c. &c. (National Education Assoc- 
iation) 2 6 

Handbook for Members of Local Education Authorities. (Knight) 3 6 

Kinif, J. The School Manager's Handbook. (Arnold) 2 

The Education Crisis. (A Defence of Popular Management in 

Public Education.) (National Education Association) 6 

Philpott, H. B. London at School. (Fisher Unwin) 6 



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Health in Schools. Annual Report for 1903-4 of the Medical CNBcer «• d. 

of the late School Board for London. (King) 1 6 

The Mosely Educational Commission Report. {C(MtperaHte Ptmtinff 

Soeisty) ; ..; ... ,.; ..'; 2 

Report of the Royal Commission on Secdndilry Education. (1895) 
[Cd. 7862] (Eyre ^ Spottitwoode) ..* .^ 

Special Reports on Educational Subjects. (Eyre 4: Spottirwoode) ... 
Eleven volumes of these rdjjiorts hAve at present been pub- 
lished, and some of the more important reports have 
been reprinted seportttdy* The following may be men- 
tioned:— Vol. 7, Rural Education in France. [Cd. 8W] 
\8. 4d. ; Vol. 9, EdUl?ation in Germany. [Cd. 836] 3«. 7<l. ; 
Vol. 10, Education in the United States of America. 
Part I. [Cd. 837] ^. 3d. ; Special Reports on Intermediate 
Education in Wales and the Oiganization of Education in 
Switzerland, 1«. ld,i Special Reports on Secondary Educ- 
ation in Prussia, 1«. 

Annual Report of the Board of Education for 1903-4. [Cd. 2271] 

(Eyre dt Spottiswoods) 6 

THE BMPIRB. 

Bgerton, H. BS. Origin and Growth of the English Colonies. 

(Oxford University Press) 9 6 

Seeley, Sir J. R. The Expansion of England. (Macmillan) ... 4 On. 

Dilke, Sir G. W. Problems of Greater Britain. (Macmillan) ... 12 6 

Holland, B. Imperium et Libertas. (Arnold) 12 6 n. 

Hobson, J. A. Imperialism. (Nisbet) 10 6 ir. 

Liberalism and the Empire. (A collection of Essays.) (Brimley 

Johnson) 3 6 

Reinsoh, P. 8. Colonial Government. (Maomillan) 5 On. 

Parkin, O. R. Imperial Federation: The Problem of National 

Unity. (M(iemillan) 4 6 

liuoas, G. P. Historical Geography of the British Colonies. 

(6 vols.) (Clarendon Press) 39 

Hunter, Sir W. W. A Brief History of the Indian Peoples. 
(Oxford University Press) 

Gotton, Sir H. J. 8. A New India. (Kegan Paul) 

Townsend, Meredith. Asia and Europe. (Constable) 

Annual Stetistical Abstract for India (1892-3—1901-2). [Cd. 1801] 
(Eyre db 8pottisv>oode) * 

Fielding.Hall, H. The Soul' of a People. (Macmillan) 

Jenks, B. History of the Australasian Colonies. (Cambridge Uni- 
versity Press) 6 

Rowland, P. F. The New Nation : A Sketch of the Social, Polit- 
ical, and Economic Conditions and Prospects of the Australian 
Commonwealth. (Smith Elder) 7 6 

Reeves, Hon. W. P. State Experiments in Australia and New 

Zealand. (2 vols.) (Richards) 24 On. 

Durham, Bar! of. A Report on Canada. (Methuen) 7 6 

Bradshaw, F. Self-Oovemment in Canada. (King) 10 6 



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Tlteal, O. MoO. History of South Africa. (5 vols.) {Fisher Unt»in) 
Bpyoe, James. Impressions of South Africa. (Maemillan) 

Buohail, J. The South African Colony. (Blackwood) 

Annual Statistical Abstract for the Colonies (1888-1902). [Cd. 1T29] 

(Ei^re I" Spotti&woode) 1 9 

FINANGB, TAXATION, AMD RATIKO. 

Jeirons, W. B. Money and the Mechanism of Exchange. (Kegan 
Patd) 

Gosohen, Lord. Theory of Foreign Exchanges. {Wilson) 

Gosohen, IjofcI. Reports and Speeches on Local Taxation. 
(Maemillan) 

Bagehot, W. Lombard Street. {Kegan Paul) 

Giffen, Sir R. Growth of Capital. {Bell) 

Cossa, Ij. Taxation in its Principles and Methods. {Putnam) ... 

IHTiUon, A. J. The National Budget; The National Debt; Taxes 
and Rates. {Ma^miiUan) 

Cannan, B. The History of Local Rates in England. {King) ... 

Blunden, O. H. Local Taxation and Finance. {Sonnenscliein) ... 

Graham, J. G. Taxation, Local and Imperial : and Local Govern- 
ment. {King) 

Buxton, Sydney. Mr. Gladstone as Chancellor of the Exchequer. 
{Murray) 

Buxton, Sydney. Handbook to the Death Duties. {Murray) ... 

Mundahl, H. S. Governments and Trade: A Summary of the 
Nation's Account from 1846 to 1900. {Liberal PubliccUion De- 
partment) 1 

Smart, H. R. Taxation of Land Values and the Single Tax. 

{Maclehose) 2 n. 

Financial Reform Almanac. {Simpkin, Marshall) 10 

Report of the Royal Commission on Local Taxation. [Cd. 638] 

{Eyre ^ Spottiswoode) 1 6 

FORBION AFFAIRS. 

International Policy. Edited by F. Harrison (1884). {Chapman 

4: Hall) 2 6 

Burrows, M. History of the Foreign Policy of Great Britain. 

{Blackwood) 6 

liavrrenoe, T. J. A Handbook of Public International Law. 
{Ma^cmUlan) 

Lund, J. K. England and the European Powers. 

Bodley, J. B. G. France. {MaemUlan) 

King, Bolton. Italy To-day. (Nishet) 

Vallaoe, Sir D. M. Russia. {Cassell) 

Norman, H. All the Russias. {Heinemann) ... 

Milner, Lord. England in Egypt. {Arnold) 

'OdysseuB.' Turkey in Europe. {Arnold) ... 

The Macedonian Question. Edited by Luigi Villari. 



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BryoSy Jam«s. Transcaucasia and Ararat (with a chapter on '- <^« 

Armenia). {MaemUlan) 8 6 n. 

AlUlo, M. The Truth about Morocco. (Lam) 7 6 n. 

Bimadtts, O. Poland. (Heinemann) .- ... .». ... ... 12 On. 

Ghirol, Y. The Middle Eastern Question. (Murray) 15 

Gurson, Lord. Problems of the Far East : China, Japan, Corea. 

(Constable) 1 6 

Norman, H. Peoples and Politics of the Far East. (Fisher Unwin) 7 6 

Japan by the Japanese. Edited by Alfred Stead. (Heinmnann) ... ^ On. 

BryoSy Jamos. The American Commonwealth. (2 vols.) (Mac- 

vmUan) « 25 

CSolquhoun, A. R. Greater America. (Harper) 16 

Trevolyan, Sir Cfr«orge« The American Revolution. (3 vols.) 

(Lanffmans) ... ^ .« ». 34 6 n. 

Annual Statistical Abstract for the Principal and other Foreign 
Countries (giving figures for the preceding ten years). (For 1902 

[Cd. 2209]). (Eyre i' SjMttmoomtfi) 16 



FRBB TRADB AND PROTBGTION. 

Free Trade and General. 
Smith, Adam. Wealth of Nations. (Condensed ed.) (Oli- 

phantf Anderson, 4" Ferrier) 1 

Gobden. Political Writings. (9 vols.) (Fisher Unwin) ... 7 

„ Speeches. (M(uymiilan) .»• ... ,« 3 6 

vr^.i^^ ¥ /Life of Cobden. (Fisher Unwin) 2 6 

money, «i.^ „ „ (Abridged ed.) (CAapmaw 4- JHb//) 1 
Farrer, Lord (the late). Free Trade versus Fair Trade. (Free 

Trade Union) 5 

George, Henry. Protection or Free Trade. (Keyan Paul) 5 

Wise, B. R. Industrial Freedom. (Gassetl) 5 

Smart, W. The Return to Protection. (Maemillan) 5 On. 

Labour and Protection. Edited by H. W. Massingham. 

(Fisher Unwin) 6 

British Industries under Free Trade. Edited by H. Cox. 

(Fisher Unwin) 6 

The Hungry Forties : Life under the Bread Tax. (Fisher Unwin) 6 

Pigou, A. G. The Riddle of the Tariff. (BrimUy Johnson) 1 
Smith, O. Armitage. The Free Trade Movement and its 

Results. (Blaekie) 2 6 

Braesey, Lord. The New Fiscal Policy : Fifty Years of 

Progress. (Longmans) 2 On. 

Ghiozza Money, L. O. The Elements of the Fiscal Problem. 

(Kinff) ... _ « 3 6n. 

Free Trade and the Manchester School. Edited by F. W. 

Hirst. (Harpers) ... .« ^ 5 n. 

Fact V. Fiction. A Reply to Mr. Chamberlain. (Cobden Club)... 1 

Dawson, W. H. Protection in Germany. (King) 3 6 n. 

Low, M. Protection in the United States. (Kinff) 3 6 n. 



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Ghomley, O. H. Protection in Canada and Australasia. «• <^> 

(King) 3 6 n. 

Meredith, H. O. Protection in France. (King) ... 3 6 n. 

Monta^, B. S«, and Herbert, Bron. Canada and the 

Empire : An Examination of Trade Preferences. (King) ... 3 6 
Bolen,'0. L. Plain Facts as to the Trusts and Tariff. 

(MaomUlan) .« 6 6 n. 

The Free Trader. Vol. I. 1903, Vol. II. 1904 (indexed)* (Free 

Trade Union) per vol* 5 6 

Balfour, A. J. Economic Notes on Insular Free Trade. 

(Longmans) ... 1 

Cox, H. Mr. Balfour's Pamphlet: A Reply. (Fisher Unwin) 1 
Shavr, Bernard. Fabianism and the Fiscal Question. 

(Fabian Society) 1 

Ashley, P. Modern Tariff History. (Murray) 10 6 

All Sides of the Fiscal Controversy. Edited by T. L. Gilmour. 

(Lawrence ^ BuUen) 1 On. 

Buxton, Sydney. The Arguments on Either Side of the 

Fiscal Question. (Murray) 1 

The • Fiscal Enquiry ' Report. [Cd. 1761] (Eyre ^ Spottis- 

woode) 3 6 

B. Protectioxist. 

Iniperial Union and Tariff Reform. (Mr. Chamberlain's 

Speeches, May-November, 1903). (Grant Richards) 

Yinoe, O. A. Mr. Chamberlain's Proposals. (Grant Richards) 

Ashley, W. J. The Tariff Problem. (King) 

CalUard, Sir Y. H. P. Imperial Fiscal Reform. (Arnold) 
Byles, Sir J. B. Some Sophisms of Free Trade Examined. 

(Lane) 

'Legislator.* The Coming Reaction. (Milne) 

Cunnlntfham, Dr. W. The Rise and Decline of the Free 

Trade Movement. (Cambridge University Press) ... 2 On. 

Cunningham, Dr. W. Richard Cobden and Adam Smith. 

(Tariff Reform League) 1 

•Tariff Commission' Report: Vol. I. The Iron and Steel Trades. 

(King) 2 6 n. 

Tariff Reform League Speakers' Handbook. (Tariff Reform 

League) ». 1 

(i.) History, &c. OBNBRAL. 

Walpole^ Sir Bpenoer. The History of England from 

.1815. (6 vols.) (Longmans) 36 
„ „ „ The History of Twenty-five 
Years (1856-1880). (Longmans) 24 n. 

Paul, Herbert. History of Modern England. (5 vols.) 

(Macmillan) per vol. 8 6 

Acland, A. H. D., and Ransome, G. Handbook of 
English Political History. (Rivington) ... 6 

MoGarthy, J. A Short History of Our Own Times. 
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GkMMh, O. P. Annals of Politics and Culture, 1492<1899. g, d, 

{C<Bmbridge University Press) 7 6 

FyffiB, C. A. Modern Europe, 1799-1848. (3 vdis.) (CasseU) 36 
CM^obOB, O. A Political History of Contemporary 

Europe. (9 vols.) {Heinemann) .». .« 20 n. 

Buxton, Sydney, Handbook to Political Questions of the 

Day. (Murray) 12 

(ii.) LlDEBALXSM. 

Essays in Liberalism. By Six Oxford Liberals. (Cassell) ... 3 6 
Samuel, H. Liberalism, Its Principles and Proposals. 

(Grant Richards) 5 

The Heart of the Empire : Studies in Problems of Modem 

City Life in England. (Fisher Unwin) 7 6 n. 

The Liberal View. (Articles by Members of the Eighty 

Club.) (King) 2 6 n. 

Yilliers, Brougham. The Opportunity of Liberalism. 

(Fisher Unwin) 1 On. 

Eight Years of Tory Government. (Liberal Publication 

Vept,) . .« 3 On. 

The Ninth Year of Tory Government. (Liberal PMication 

Dept.) 6 n. 

(iii.) Pahuament. 

Brskine May, Sir T. Parliamentary Practice. (Clowes) 45 
Ilbort, Sir G. Legislative Methods and Forms. (Oxford 

University Press) 16 

House of Commons Standing Orders Relating to Public and 

Private Business. [Cd. 353] (Eyre ^ Spottiswoode) ... 1 4 

(iv.) Elections. 

Rogers on Elections. (Stevens) 

VoL I. Registration. (Edited by M. Powell) 21 

„ II. Parliamentary Elections and Petitions^ (Ed. by f^l 
„ III. Municipal, &c.. Elections and Petitions jS. H. Day)\91 

Parker on Elections. (Knight) 31 6 

Woodintfs, W, Conduct and Management of Parliamentary 

Liberal Elections. (Liberal Publication Dept,) 3 6 n. 

Seager, J. R. Notes on Registration. (Liberal Publication 
Dept,) 3 6n. 

V.) Year Books, &c. 

The Reformers' Year Book. (The * Echo' Office) 

The Financial Reform Almanac. (Simpkin Marshall) 

Whitaker's Almanack. (Wliitaker) 

The Statesman's Year Book. (Macmillan) 

The Liberal Magazine. (Liberal Publication Dept) Annual 

volume 

The Liberal Year Book. (Liberal Publication Dept,) 

The Constitutional Year Book. (Conservative PuUicaUon Dept,) 
Dod's Parliamentary Companion. (Whitaker ^ Co.) 



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Vacher's Parliamentary Companion. (Issued monthly during #. rf. 

the Session) d 

Statistical .Abstract for the United Kingdom, 1889>1903. 

[Cd. 2192] {Eyre db SpottmDoode) 1 3 

HOUSING. 

Bovmaker, SS. The Housing of the Working Classes. (Methuen) 2 6 

. Thompson, W. The Housing Handbook. (King) 9 6 n. 

Sykes, J. F. Public Health and Housing. (King) 5 On. 

Panons, J. Housing by Voluntary Enterprise. (King) 2 6 

Grotoh, W. W. The Cottage Homes of England. (King) ... 9 n. 
Booth, CL Life and Labour in London. (Vol. HL of First Series, 

and final volume.) (Mtiemillan) per vol. 5 

Allan, F. J. Housing of the Working Classes Acts. (BuUerworth) 7 6 
London County Council Report on Housing, 1855-1900. (King) ... 9 
The Tenement House Problem. Edited by R. W. de Forest and 

L. Veiller. (2 vols.) (MacmUlan) 25 

The Improvement of the Dwellings and Surroundings of the People : 

The Example of Germany. Compiled by T. C. Horsfall. (Man- 

cheiter University Frees) 1 

Report of the Royal Commission on Housing, 1889. [Cd. 4452] 

(Eyre ^ Spottiswoode) 8 

[The 'Economic Journal' for December, 1904, will contain Professor 

Smart's Presidential Address on Housing to the Economic Section 

of the British Association.] 

IRELAND. 

Lawless, SSmily. Ireland. (Fisher Unwin) 

Walpole, C. O. Short History of Ireland. (Kegan PmU) 

HoGarthy, J. H. Ireland since the Union. (CheUto 4* Windus) ... 

0*BFi«n, R. Barry. Fifty Years of Concessions to Ireland (1831- 
1881). (Sampson Law) 

O'Brien, R. Barry. Life of Parnell. (2 vols.) (Smith Elder) ... 

Dioey, A. Y. England's Case against Home Rule. (Murray) 

Davitt, ML The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland. (Harper) 

Plunkett, Sir H. Ireland in the New Century. (Murray) 

Hurray, A. SS. A History of the Commercial and Financial Rela- 
tions between England and Ireland. (King) .», 

Dennis, Robert. Industrial Ireland. (Murray) 

Ireland : Industrial and Agricultural. (Compiled by the Department 

of Agriculture and Technical Instruction.) (Browne ^ ifolan) ... 5 On. 

Report of the Recess Committee on the Establishment of a Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, 1896. (Broume ^ Nolan) 6 

(i.) General. LABOUR QUBBTIONS. 

Toynbee, A. Lectures on the Industrial Revolution of the 

18th Century. (Longmans) 10 6 

Rotfers, J. B. T. Six Centuries of Work and Wages. 

(Abridged edition.) (Sonnenschein) 3 6 

Hobhonse, L. T. The Labour Movement. (Fisher Unwin) 1 



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(i.) GeKeHaL (oontinHed)* 

Booth, O. Ltfe and Labour in London. (Vol. V. of Second #. d. 

Series.) (MaemiUan) 6 

Webb, Sidney and Beatiioe. Problems of Modem In> 

dustiy. (Lonffmans) 5 n. 

Hovrell, O. Labour Legislation, Labour Movements, and 

Labour Leaders. (Fisher Vnwin) 10 6 

SohlosB, D. F, Report on Profit Sharing, 1894. {Eyre ^ 

Spottigwoode) ' 10 

Sohloee, D. F. Methods of Industrial Remuneration. 

(WUHarw ^ Norgate) 3 6 

Report of Royal Commission on Alien Immigration, 1903. 

[Cd. 1741] {Eyre dt Spottiswoode) 6 

Abstract of Labour Statistics of the United Kingdom for 

1901-2. [Cd. 1755] (Eyre db Spotiiswoode) 1 

Board of Trade's Directory of Industrial Associations, 1903. 

[Cd. 1707] (Eyre dt SpoUuvjoode) 74 

(ii.) Trades Unions. 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. History of Trades Union- 
ism. (Longmans) 7 6 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. Industrial Democracy. 

(Longmans) H 6 

Hovell, O. Trades Unionism: New and Old. (1891.) 

(Methuen) ... 2 6 

Howell, O., and Cohen, H. Trades Unions, including 
the Law relating thereto. (1900.) (Sweete ^ Maxwell) ... 6 On. 

Trades Union Congress. Annual Report. (Trades Union 

Parliamentary Committee) ... 6 

Pratt, B. A. Trades Unionism and British Industry. (A 
reprint of the Times articles on 'The Crisis in british 
Industry.) (Murray) 5 O n. 

Annual Report of tiie Board of Trade on Trades Unions, 

1901. [Cd. 1348] (Eyre A Spottiswoode) O llj 

(iii.) Wages and Hours of Labour. 

Bovley, A. L. Wages in the United Kingdom in the 

Nineteenth Century. (Cl^y) 6 On. 

Chapman, S. J. Work and Wages. Part I., Foreign 

Competition. (Longmans) 7 6 n. 

Ashley, W. J. The Adjustment of Wages : A Study in the 

Coal and Iron Industries of Great Britain and America. 

(Longmans) I'i 6 n. 

Webb, S., and Gox, H. The Eight Hours' Day. (Scott) 1 
OibbinSj H., and Hadfleld, R. A. A Shorter Working 

Day. (Methuen) 2 6 

Annual Report of the Board of Trade on Changes in Wages 

and Hours of Labour, 1903. [Cd. 2199] (Eyre ^ Spottis- 

woode) 7 

Report of the Board of Trade on Wages and Earnings of 

Agricultural Labourers in the United Kingdom. (1900.) 

[Cd. 346] Eyre dt Spottiswoode) 3 4 



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(iv.) Leoislatiok. 

Webb, Beatrioe. The Case for the Fac^tory Acts. (Grant 8, d, 
Richards) 1 

HutohinB, B. Li., and Harrison, A. A History of 
Factory Legislation. (King) 10 6 

Abraham, M. B., and Dairies, A. lu. The Law Re- 
lating to Factories and Workshops. (Eyre ^ SpoUiswoode) 5 

Ghalmers Hunt, D. R. Law relating to Trades Unions. 
(Butterworth) 12 6 

Bowstead, W. Outline of the Law relating to Workmen's 
Compensation. (Simpkin Marshall) ,- 10 

Parsons, A., and Bertram, A. Workmen's Compensa^ 
tion Acts of 189T and 1900. (Clowes) 7 6 

Ho¥rell, O. A Handy Book of the Labour Laws. (Mac- 
millan) 3 6 n. 

Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Work- 
shops. 1903. [Cd. 2139] (Eyre J Spottimmode) 2 10 

(v.) COXCILIATIOX, &C. 

Grompton, H. Industrial Conciliation (1876). (King) ... o. p. 

Oilman, N. P. Methods of Industrial Peace. (Macmillan) 7 6 

Jeans, J. S. Conciliation and Arbitration in Labour Dis- 
putes. . (Lockwood) 9 6 

liloyd, H. D. A Country without Strikes: Compulsory 
Arbitration in New Zealand. (Putnams) 6 6 

Industrial Conciliation. (Report of Conference of National 
Civic Federation, New York, 1902). (Putnam) 5 

Annual Report of the Board of Trade on Strikes and Lock- 
puts during 1903, and Work of the Conciliation and 
Arbitration Boards. [Cd. 2119] (Eyre dt SpoUiswoode) ... 7 

LAND QUBSTIONS. 

Oamier, R. M. History of the English Landed Interest. (Vol. I., 
to end of 17th Century ; Vol. II., 18th and 19th Century.) (Sonr- 

nenschein) ... ... ... ... per vol. 10 6 

Jenks, Si. Modern Land Law. (Oxford University Press) 15 

Pollock, Sir F. The Land Laws. (Macmillan) ... 9 6 

George, Henry. Progress and Poverty. (Kegan Paul) 10 

Brodriok, O. C. English I^nd and English Landlords. (1881.) 

(CobdenCluh) ... ... ... ... o. p. 

Graham, P. A. The Rural Exodus. (1892.) (Methum) 2 6 

Stubbs, G. W. The Land and the Labourers. (1891.) (Sonnm- 

schein)... ... ... 2 6 

Moore, H. E. Back to the Land. (Metkuen) 2 6 

Cox, H. Land Nationalisation. (Methuen) 2 6 

White, J. D. Economic Ideals. (Henderson) 2 n. 

Kropotkin, P. Fields, Factories, and Workshops. (Sonnenschsin) 1 
Heath, R. The English Peasant : his Past and Present. (Fisher 

Uwwin) 3 6 

Haggard, H. Rider. Rural England. (2 vols.) (Longmans) ... 36 



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8. d. 

Oraan, O. L. The Rural Industries of England. (MaHbarough).., 2 6 

M Allotments and Small Holdings. {Sonnentchsin) ... 9 6 
M Agriculture and Tariff Reform. (* Rural World' 

Ojfies, no Strand, W.C) 2 6 

Davrson, W. H« Unearned Increment. (8ann€n$ehsin) 9 6 

Co-operative Labour on the Land, Edited by J. A. Hobson. 

(Sonnenwhmn) 9 6 

Rogers, A. O. L. The Agricultural Industry. (MetJtuen) ... 9 6 n. 

Pratt, IS. JL The Organisation of Agriculture. (Murray) ... 5 On. 
Annual Agricultural Returns for Great Britein. 1903. [Cd. 9131] 

(Eyre dt SpoUinooode) 1 4 

Report of Committee on Small Holdings, 1890. [Cd. 993] (Eyre ^' 

Spottiswoode) 5 

liOGJLL OOYBRNMBNT. 

Odgers, W. Blake. Local Government. (Macmillan) 3 6 

Wright, B. B., and Hobhouee, H. An Outline of Local 

Government in England and Wales. (1894.) (King) 7 6 

Oomme, O. li. Principles of Local Government. (Congtable) ... 19 

Oraham, A* H., and Breadhurst, B. B. 8. Practical Guide to 

the Parish Councils Act, 1894. (Ward, Lock) 10 

Seaj^er, J. B. The Government of London under the London 

Government Act, 1899. (King) 9 6- 

Atkinson, C. J. F. Concise Handbook of Provincial Local Govern- 
ment Law. (Effingham Wilson) 3 6 

Annual Report of Local Government Board, 1909-3. [Cd. 1700] 

(Eyre dt Spotttstcoode) 4 8 

POLITICAL SGIBNGB AND THB CONSTITUTION. 

Milton. Areopagitica. (Arber) 1 6 

BouBseau. The Social Contract. (Sonnenschsin) 9 6 

MaxxinL Essays (selected). (Scott) 10 

Morley, J. Burke. (Macmillan) 1 

„ On Compromise. (Macmillan) 5 

Oreen, T. H. Principles of Political Obligation. (Longmans) ... 5 

Bagehoti W. The English Constitution. (Kegan Paul) 7 6 

Freeman, B. A. Growth of the English Constitution. (Mac- 
millan) 5 

Seeley, J. B. Introduction to Political Science. (MacmUlan) ... 5 
Dicey, A. Y. Lectures Introductory to the Law of the Constitution. 

(Macmillan) 19 6 

Anson, Sir W. Law and Custom of the Constitution. (Oxford 

University Press) 96 6 

Courtney, L. The Working Constitution of the United Kingdom. 

(Dent) 7 6n. 

Hammond, B. B. Outlines of Comparative Politics. (Rivington) 7 6 

Kinnear, J. B. Principles of Civil Government. (Smith, Elder)... 7 6 

Low, Sidney. The Governance of England. (Fislier Unwin) ... 7 6 n. 



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POYSSRTT, POOR LAW, AND OLD AOB PENSIONS. 

(i.) Poverty. 

Rowntree, B. S. Poverty : a Study of Town Life. (Mae- 
fnillan) 

Booth, G. Life and Labour in London. (Vols. L and IL 
of First Series.) (Macmillan) per vol. 

Loch, G. S. Charity Organization. {Sonnemchsin) 

HobBon, J. A. Problems of Poverty. (Metku&n) 

„ The Problem of the Unemployed. (Methuen) 

Bosanquet, Mrs. The Strength of the People. {Ma4f/nUlan) 

Higgs, Mary. How to deal with the Unemployed. (8. C. 

Brown) 2 

Report of the Board of Trade on Agencies and Methods of 
Dealing with the Unemployed. [Cd. 7189] {Eyre d; Spot- 
tUwoods) 1 9 

The Report of the Mansion House Committee on the Un- 
employed (1903-4) may be obtained at the Mansion House^ 

(ii.) Poor Law. 

MiohoUs, Sir Oeonfe. A History of the English Poor 

Law (3 vols.) (KmffJ 15 On. 

Lonsdale, Sophia. Short History of the Poor Law. {King) 1 

Leonard, B. M. The Early History of English Poor Relief. 

{Clajf) 7 6n. 

Aehrott, Dr. P. F. The English Poor Law System, Past 
and Present. (Knight) ... ^ 10 6 

Sellers, B. The Danish Poor Relief System. (King) ... ^ n. 

Sutler, J. Britain*s Next Campaign. (Johnson) 1 

[Gives an account of the Elberfeld system.] 

Plain Words on Out Relief. (Knight) 1 

Reports of Poor Law Conferences- 
Single Reports. (King) 1 

Complete Annual Reports. (King) ... 19 

Report of the Royal Commission on the Aged Poor, 1895. 

[Cd. 7684] (Egre ^ Spottiswoode) 1 

Report of the Departmental Committee on the Aged and 
Deserving Poor, 1900. [Cd. 67] (Egre ^ Spottisiooode) ... 13 

(iii.) Old Age Pensions. 

Spender, J. A. The State and Pensions in Old Age. 

(Sonnenachsin) 9 6 

Bo<yth, G. Pauperism and the Endowment of Old Age. 

(MftcmiUan) ... ,. 6 

Old Age Pensions (a collection of short papers). (MaemlUan) 2 6 h. 
Report of Treasury Committee on Old Age Pensions, (1898.) 

[Cd. 8911] (Egre 4: Spottiswoode) 1 9 



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SOOIALiaM AND MUNICIPAL BNTBRPRUB. 

(i.) Socialism. 

Marx, Carl. Capital : a Critical Analysis of Capitalist Pro- 
duction. (Sonnenschein) 

Bax, B. Bttlfort. The Ethics of Socialism. (Sontmutchein) 
Mmpris, W. Signs of Change. (Rmvm ^ Turner) ... 
Morris, W., and Bax, B. B. Socialism: Its Growth and 

Outcome. (Sannsruchsin) 

Kirkup, T. Socialism. {Blacht>ood) 

Oronlund, L. The Co-operative Commonwealth. (Beivsi^... 
Brooks, J. O. The Social Unrest : Studies in Labour and 

Socialist Movements. (Macmlllan) 

Modern Socialism. Edited by R. C. K. Ensor. (Harpers) ... 
Kauftnann, Rev. M. Socialism and Modem Thought. 

(Macmillan) 

Raa, John. Contemporary Socialism. (Sonnenechsin) 

Webb, S. Socialism in England. (Sonneneehein) 

Fabian Essays on Socialism. {Seott) 

Maokail, J. W. Socialism and Politics. (Hammersmith 

Puhlishing Company) 

Russell, Hon. B. German Social Democracy. (King) ... 
Barnett, S. A. and H. Practicable Socialism : Essays on 

Social Reform. (Longmans) 

Smith, H. lil. Economic Aspects of State Socialism. 

(Simpkin MarshaU) 

(ii. Municipal Enterprise. 

Dolman, F. Municipalities at Work. (Methuen) 

O'Meara, J. J. Municipal Taxation, Indebtedness, and 
Valuation (1894). (CasseV) 

Bell, J., and Paton, J. Glasgow : Its Municipal Organiza- 
tion and Administration (1896). (Madehose) 

UTiloox, D. P. A Study of City Government. (Macmillan) 

Municipal Socialism. (Articles from the Times.) (Wright) ... 

Shaw, Bernard. The Common Sense of Municipal Trading. 
(Constable) 

Report of Joint Committee on Municipal Trading, 1903. 
[Cd. 9T0] (El/re db Spottiswoods) 

Ibsen, H. The Enemy of the People. (Scott) 

TBMPBRANGB AND UGBNSINO QUBSTIONS. 

Booth, O. Life and Labour in London. (Final Volume.) (Mac- 
millan) 5 

Rowntree, J., and Shervell, A. The Temperance Problem 

and Social Reform. (Hodder ^ Stoughton) 6 

Ditto. Abridged Edition. (Hodder 4: Stoughton) 6 

Rowntree, J., and Sherivell, A. British * Gothenburg' Experi- 
ments and Public-house Trusts. (Hodder 4r Stoughton) 9 6 

Rovmtree, J., and Sherwell, A. Public Interests or Trade 

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Peel, Hon. S. Practical Licensing Reform. (Methuen) 

Pease, B. R. The Case for Municipal Drink Trade. (King) 

UTebb, S., and B. History of Liquor Licensing in England, 1700- 
1830. {Longmans) 

Burns, John. Labour and Drink. (Kent ^ Matthews) 

Whittaker, T. P. The Economic Aspect of the Drink Problem. 
(Ideal Publishing Co., S3 Paternoster Row) 

Mackenzie, W. W. The Licensing Act, 1904. (With fiill ex- 
planatory notes, &c.) (Butterworth ^ Shaw) 

Report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Licensing Laws. 
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TRADB, OOMMBRGB, AND TRUSTS. 

Farrer, Lord. The State in its Relation to Trade. (MacmUlan) 

Cunningham, W. The Growth of English Industry and Com- 
merce in Modern Times. (2 vols. I. The Mercantile System. 
II. Laissez Faire.) (Cambridge University Press) ..... 

Hobson, J. A. International Trade. (Methuen) 

Webster, W.G. General History of Commerce. (Oinn) 

Bastable, G. F. The Commerce of Nations. (Methuen) 

Ashley, W. J. British Industries. (Longmans) 

Bowley, A. Ij. England*s Foreign Trade in the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury. (Sonnenschein) ...• 

„ National Progress in Wealth and Trade. (King) 

Marshall, A. National Industries and International Trade. 
(MacmUlan) (Announced for publication) 

I^awson, W. B. American Industrial Problems. (MeClure, 
PhUlips) 

Report of the Mosely Industrial Commission. (Cassell) 

Maorosty, H. W. Trusts and the State. (Grant Richards) 

Jenks, J. W. The Trust Problem. (Putnams) 

liloyd, H. D. Wealth against Commonwealth. (Harper) ... 

Report of the Board of Trade on Wholesale and Retail Prices in 
the United Kingdom in 1902, with Comparative Tables. [H.C. 
321] (Egre <Sb Spottiswoode) 



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THE NATIONAL- 

The ftgurea, all for years ending March 31^. are taken 



A.-INCOHB. 

(Net Exchequer Receipts) 


1884 

(Liberal,) 


1894 

(Uberal.) 


1896 

Liberal- year,) '■ 


1. Tax Rkvknue : 

Customs 

Excise 

EsUte Duties 

Stamps 

Land Tax and House Duty ... 
Income Tax 


£ 

19,701,000 

26,952,000 

7,399,000 

4,221,000 

2,875,000 

10,718,000 


£ 

19,707,000 

25,200,000 

7,579,000 

6,281,000 

2,460,000 

15.200,000 


£ 

20,115,000 

26,050,000 

8,719,000 

5,721,000 

2,450,000 

15,600,000 


Total 

11. Non-Tax Revenue : 

(i.e.. Post Office Profits, ] 
Crown Lands, and Suez \ 
Canal Shares Interest) J 


71,866,000 

3.281,440 


75,427,000 

3,328,156 


78,655,000 

3^896,191 


Grand Total 


75,147,440 


78,765.156 


82,551,191 


B.-EXPENDITURE. 

(Net Exchequer Issues) 

National Debt Services 

Army and Navy 

Civil Services 

Elementary Education 
Customs and Inland Revenue 


28,245,330 

27,816,331 

12,135.054 

4,066,266 

2,678,839 


25.038,723 

33,327.475 

9,293.670 

8,593.843 

2,670,881 


24,977,912 

35,143,563 

10,074.671 

8.943,789 

2.645,915 


Total Normal Expenditure 
Special Expenditure 


74,941,820 


78,924,592 


81,785,850 

1 


Total National Expenditure 

Realised Surplus ( + ) or \ 

Deficit (-) ; 


74,941,820 

+ 205,620 


78,024,592 
- 169,436 


81,785,850 
+ 765,341 


Total (see above) 


75,147,440 


78,756,156 


82,551,101 


Expenditure out of Local \ 
Taxation Revenue J 


— 


7,163,962 


7,013,Si3 



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1900 

(Tory.) 



23,800,000 
32,100,000 
14,0^,000 
8,500,000 
2,460,000 
18,750,000 



99,630,000 



5,156,981 



1901 

(Tory,) 



26,262,000 
33,100,000 
12,980,000 
7,825,000 
2,475,000 
26,920,000 



109,562,000 



5,212,287 



104,786.981 114,774,287 



1902 

(Tory.) 



30,993,000 
31,600,000 
14,200,000 
7,800,000 
2,500,000 
34,800,000 



121,893,000 



5,259,614 



127,152,614 



1903 

{Tory,) 



34,433,000 
32,100,000 
13,850,000 
8,200,000 
2,550,000 
38,800,000 



129,933.000 



5,439,765 



1904 

(Tory,) 



33,850,000 
31,550,000 
13,000,000 
7,500,000 
2,650,000 
30,800,000 



119,350.000 



5,765,218 



135,372,765 125,115,218 



1884-91 



Increase of population 

,, normal expenditure 

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8-8 
14-7 
197 



1894-1904 



9-9 
57-8 
95*5 



23,535,285 
46,372,359 
11,767,314 
11,194,545 

2,799,980 


20,368,517 
53,807,541 
12,149,826 
11,584,997 
2,833,986 


22,492,436 
60,037,790 
12,631,660 
11,829,996 
2,954,948 


28,430,618 
60,044,488 
13,830,488 
12,159,184 
3,039,997 


28,788.694 
65,302,861 
14,026,415 
13,332.805 
3,085,000 


95,669,483 

23,000,000 
(Sf. African War.) 


100,744867 

67.237,000 
{So^Uh African 


109.946,830 

69.730,000 
and China Wars 


117,604.776 

50,800,000 
and Somaliland 


124,635,775 

5,995,000 
ExpedUum,) 


118,669,483 
-13,882,502 


167,981,867 

-53,207,580 


179,676.830 
- 52,524,216 


168,304.775 
- 32,932,010 


130,530,775 
- 5,415,557 


104,786,(81 


114,774,287 


127,152,614 135.372.766 


125,115,218 


9,964,661 


9,739,626 


9,714,090 


9,767,378 


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LIBERALISM IN 
QUEEN VICTORIA'S REIGN. 



Tlie follow big is a list of Liberal legislative reforms carried out 
in the 63 years during which the late Queen Victoria reigned. It is 
not in the least degree exhaustive, but it is sufficient to show under 
tohat a great debt the nation lies to Liberalism, 

1. The Penny Postare Sjretem introduced, by which letters 
which cost from 4d, to 13d. are now earned for a penny. 

2. The Plnralitles JLct of 1038 to abridge the holding of 
Benefices in Pliu?ality, and to make better provision for the residence 
of the clergy. 

3. Repeal of the Com Ijaws, carried in 1846 by a majority of 
339, of whom 227 were Liberals and 112 Tories, against a minority 
of 242, of whom 11 were Liberals and 231 were Tories, The Liberal 
vote gave a majority for repeal of 216. The Tory vote gave a 
majority against repeal of 119. 

4. Foundation of Sanitary Reform laid by the Public Health 
Act, and the Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Act of 1848. 

5. Sepeal in 18^9 of restrictiTe and injurioos Vaviflra- 
tion IjawB of the Tories. 

6. Repeal in 1851 of the War Tax on Windows, imposed 
by the Tories. 

7. Imposition of a Sueoeaaion Outjr on Aeal Property 
in 1853 — a burden which the landowners in Parliament had pre- 
viously refused to assume, though a similar tax had been paid on 
Personal Property since 1780. 

8. Bepeal of the Tax on Soap. Repeal of taxes on numerous 
other commodities, many of them being articles of food largroljr 
consumed hjr the people. 

9. Abolition in 1855 of the Compnlaory Stamp on Vewa- 
papers f which, imposed by the Tories, had succeeded in preventing 
the difiFusion of political knowledge. 

10. The Paper Suty was repealed by the Commons in 1860 ; 
re-imposed by the Lords, with the support of the Tory party in the 
Commons. It was finally repealed by Mr. Oladstone in 1861. 



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11. Xiibertj of Consotence for the Children of Nonoon- 
ibrmiat IParents was insisted on in 1860, by Trustees of Endowed 
Schools being directed and empowered to make regulations to this 
end. 

12. Abolition of Seligrious Tests in the Universities of 
Sootlana in 1861. 

13. Tory Seform Act of 1867 converted into a Uberal 
meaanre by-the addition of the Lodger Franchise, rejection of the 
two yeai*s' residence qualification, rejection of the • Fancy Franchises,' 
rejection of the Dual Vote, and other matters which were opposed 
by the Tory Party, but by means of which, through the instrumentality 
of the Liberals, Household Suffrage in Boroughs was established. 

14. Abolition of Comimlsory tHiarch Sates carried by Mr. 
Gladstone in 1869. 

16. Xeligions Bquality established in Ireland in 1869 
by the I>isestablishment of the Irish branch of the State 
Ohnrob. 

16. Universal Slementarjr Sdncation established in 1870. 

17. The Irish Aand Act of 1870. 

18. Abolition of Aeligrions Tests in the Universities of 
of Oxford^ Cambridge, and Onrham. 

19. Abolition of Purchase in the Army, and reform of our 
Military system, in 1871. 

20. ZSducation Act for Scotland in 1872, by which the 
management of the Education of the country was taken from the 
clergy of the Established Church, and given to the people of 
Scotland. 

21. Freedom of Blection established bjr the Ballot Act 
in 1372. 

22. Abolition of Tests in Unblin University in 1873. 

23. Sstablishment of a Supreme Court of Justice^ and 
reform of judicial procedure in 1873. 

24. The Burials Act of 1880, which dealt with a grievance 
under which Nonconformists laboured in England. 

25. Bmplojrers made liable for injuries received bjr their 
workmen in the dischargee of their duty. This Act (passed in 
1880) was a great advance on previous legislation. 

26. The Bares and Babbits (Oround Clame) Act of 1880 
permitted farmers to prevent the destruction of their crops by 
ground game. 

27. The Kalt Tax Bepealed^ and farmers thus enabled to 
import barley for feeding cattle free of Taxation. 

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from rack-renting, and given property in their own improvements, 
in 1881. 

29. norriaff At»oll«lied in the Armj and MaTj. 

30. Hallway Paasanger Sutjr ob Thlrd-olaos fares 
alMllahed. 

31. Seenrltjr rl^eii to Farmers* Capital bjr the JLrHiml- 
tvral Boldlare Aot, 1003. 

32. The Oormiit and lUeral Practices Aets of &0«3, 
cheapening and purifying both Parliamentary and Municipal Elections. 

33. Two XlUlons of Conntjr Booseliolders and other 
▼oters enfiraachlsed bj the Sepreseiitatlon of the People 
A.ct, I00«. 

34. JL more complete aepresentatlon of .the nation 
secured bjr the Sedlstrlbatlon of Seats Act, 1005. 

35. The honrs of PolUngr extended so as to enable all qualified 
persons to vote. 

36. Sallwajr Servants* (Roars of Ijabour) Act In 10939 
regulating the Hours of Labour of BaUway Servants, and empowering 
the Board of Trade to compel the Railway Companies to bring the 
hours of work of their Servants within reasonable limits. 

37. Sir WllUam Rarconrt's great Oemoeratle Bndret of 
l0P^y equalising the Death Duties by placing, for the first time, 
land on the same footing as other kinds of property, and graduating 
both the Death Duties and the Income Tax. The result has been to 
increase the annual income of the country by four millions. 

38. The Parish Councils Act In 10P«, creating 13,000 Parish 
Meetings and 7000 Parish Councils, establishing democratic District 
Councils and Boards of Guardians in England and Wales; and the 
Local Government (Scotland) Act, creating Parish Councils in the 
Parishes of Scotland, and a Local Government Board for Scotland. 
In the above Local Government Acts were included valuable pro- 
visions for the public use of school rooms, for the popular control 
of charities, and for the compulsory purchase and hire of land for 
public piurposes in town and country. 

30. The Bqnallsatlon of Sates Act, relieving the burden of 
taxation in all the poorer parts of the Metropolis, and the London 
Improvement Act in 1804, securing Lincoln's Inn Fields to the public 
for ever. 

40. Slementarjr Bdncatlon (School Attendance) Act of 
109^9 raising the age at which children may be totally or partially 
exempted from school attendance from 10 to 11 years of age. 

41. The Factories and Workshops Act In 1095, rendering 
additionally safe the lives and limbs of the workers. 



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THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY. 

MR. CHAMBERLAIN S CASE AND THE REPLY. 

{Prepared hy the Free Trade Union,) 



PAOB 

I. Our Oversea Trade ... 133 

II. Foreign and Colonial Trade . 13i 

IIL The Colonial Offer . . . las 

IV. •Ruined 'Trades .... 137 

V. Com Duties and Prices . . 141 

VL Forei^ Imports and the Labour 

Market 142 



VII. The Labour Market Abroad . 142 

Vni. The Conditions of Labour at 

Home and Abroad . . 143 

IX. The Decline in Pauperism . 146 

X. The Test of the Income Tax . 147 

XI. Our Growing Shipping Trade 147 

XIL The PoUticaflssue ... 148 



I.— OUR OVERSEA TRADE. 

In his speech at Liverpool on October 27th, 1903, Mr. Chamberlain presented, 
in a compact form, the grounds upon which he based his appeal to the country 
to change its established commercial system. The complexion of the Pro- 
tectionist agitation has undergone so many changes in the declarations of its 
leaders since the initiation of 8ie compaiffn that it is as well to recall the utter- 
ance in which Mr. Chamberlain formalty defines the position. He said : — 

* What is my case ? What are the arguments by which I support it ? What are 
the objections of my opponents? Well, my case is that the trade of this country as 
measured— and I think it ought to be mainly measured— by the exports of this 
country to foreign countries and to British Possessions, has, during the last 20 or 
30 years, been practically stationary ; that our export trade to all those foreign 
countries which have arranged tariflis with us heis enormously diminished, and at 
the same time the exports to us have enormously increased.' 

The foundation of Mr. Chamberlain's case against Free Trade is therefore 
that British ex^wrts have declined. A simple statement of the facts shows this 
assertion to be incorrect. Here are the figures, giving tlie average total exports 
of British and Irish goods for every quinquennial period in the last twenty 
years : — 

Exports of British and Irish Produce^ excluding Ships. 

Period, MUlianB, I Period, Milium &. 

1884-1888 223 | 1894-1898 



188»-1893 



240-8 



189&-1903 



276-4 



Here, then, we have the expanding tendency of our exports clearly brought out, 
and the upwafd movement is still proceeding, for during the first eight months 
of 1904 the increase of British exports, as compared with the corresponding 
period of last year, amounts to over £1,100,000. 

If it be urged that the real test of trade is not exports as a whole, but exports 
of manufactured goods, a closer examination of the returns shows that in this 
respect the state of our foreign trade is very healthy, as the following figures 
testify :— 

Exports of Wholly or S&mirmanufaetured Goods, 



Period. 
1884-1888 
1889-1893 



Million £. 
196-9 
208-9 



Period, 
18^1896 
1899-1903 



Million £. 

197 
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For the first ten months of 1904 the value of exports under these heads 
amounted to £200,905,000, an increase of £3,917,000 on the corresponding period 
of 1903. 

In Sir Alfred Bateman*s Memorandum on the Comparative Statistics of Popu- 
Uition, Industry and Commerce (Cd. 1199^, issued in 1909, tables are given 
showing the values of exports per head of tne population in the United Kingdom 
and its leading foreign competitors over a series of quinquennial periods. The 
last period tiGcen bv Sir Alfred Bateman is that of the nve years 1895-9, and 
the results are as foUows : — 

Exports per Head, 

United Kingdom £5 19 5 

France 3 14 8 

Gcnnany 3 7 2 

United States 2 18 4 

Comparing this vdth previous periods. Sir Alfred Bateman sums up his results as 
follows : — * Since 1875 the exports per head have, been nearLv stationary in all 
the countries named, so that no one is getting ahead of the others in this 
respect.' 

When the figures are brought more closely up to date there is stiU, as Pro- 
fessor Smart has pointed out, no cause for alarm. Taking the triennial period, 
1900-9, we find that the exports per head are as follows : — 

Great Britain £6 17 2 

Germany 4 1 11 

United States 3 16 6 

That is to say, that Great Britain has added 17^. 9<2. and the United States 
\%s. 2d, per head, while Germany has added only 149. 9d, 

The alleged decline of our export trade, the starting point of Mr. Chamber- 
lain's whole campaign, turns out therefore to be a pure myth. 



II.— FOREIGN AND COLONIAL TRADE. 

Mr. Chamberlain endeavoured to recommend his scheme of an Imperial pre- 
ferential tariff by contending that, while our foreign trade had fallen off, our 
Colonial trade had largely increased. The fact is, however, that Mr. Chamber- 
lain was misled by a temporary loss of foreign trade, and an equally temporary- 
growth of Colonial trade caused by the diversion of the energy of our manu- 
facturers to the Colonial field by the South African War. On me whole, taking 
the period from 1855 onwards, the proportions of foreign and Colonial trade have 
not materially changed from one decade to another. That is to say, the pro- 
portion of our foreign trade to the whole has never, prior to 1901, been lower 
than 65 per cent., nor has the Colonial share ever been higher than 35 per cent. 
But in 1901 and 1909 the enormous export to South Africa for military purposes, 
and the reparation of the property destroyed during the war, sent the Colonial 
quota up to 37*1 in the first year and 38*5 in the second year, the foreign pro- 

Sortion falling to 69*9 and 61*5 respectively. With 1903, however, came a 
ecided check to the Colonial trade, together with a marked expansion in the 
foreign trade, the latter showing a total increase of £5,400,000, while our trade 
with British Possessions increased by £9,100,000 only ; and during the first six 
months of 1904 the greater expansion of the foreign, as compared with the 
Colonial trade, has been still more apparent. During the first three quarters of 
1904 — ^the latest period of which the returns are available — ^the movement of trade 
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First three Exports of BritUh Produce. 

quarters of To Foreign Countries, »/o To Colonies, ®/„ 

1902 £129,600,000 ... 61-9 £79,900,000 ... 381 

1903 134,200,000 ... 617 83,200,000 ... 88*3 

1904 ' 138,100,000 ... 62*5 ... 83,000,000 ... 37*5 

It remains true, therefore, that the proportion of our foreign to our Colonial 
trade has undergone no such change as tnat upon which Mr. Chamberlain based 
his plea for a revision of our fiscal system against the foreigner, and in favour of 
the Colonies. 

III.— THE COLONIAL « OFFER.* 

The central point of Mr. Chamberlain's movement is, of course, the proposal 
to discriminate between food imports of Colonial and foreign onag^n respectively. 
To put a tax on theseproducts from foreign countries wmle amnittinff Colonial 
proauce free is, Mr. Chamberlain argues, the only means by which i£e British 
Empire can be kept together. He represents his opponents as persistently re- 
jecting an * offer * by the Colonies of Freferential treatment in their own markets 
in return for reciprocal favours by the Mother Country. As to the suggestion 
that a scheme of rreferential tariffs is necessary to keep the Empire t^ether, 
it is enough to say that every responsiUe Colonial statesman has emphatically 
repudiated the contention that the bonds of attachment to the Empire were so 
weak that th^ could only exist upon the basis of food taxation on the part of 
the Mother Country. As to the * offer,* it was definitely disposed of oy the 
Colonial Secretary in reply to a question in the House of Commons on July d7th. 
We g^ve the question cmd answer in full : — 

Mr. Buchanan asked the Secretary for the Ck>lonle8 whether the Colonial Office 
had at any time received any offer from any of the self-governing Colonies to open 
the home market of such colony to British manufactures on equal terms with 
Coilonlal manufactures, or on terms better relatively to Colonial manufactures than 
those now existing ; and, if such an offer had been received, from which colony or 
colonies had such offer been received, and what were the conditions accompany- 
ingit 

Mr. Lyttelton : No offers have been made of the nature indicated in the question. 
The general attitude of the self-Koveming Colonies in respect to this matter was 
defined in the resolutions passed at the Colonial Conference in 1902. Steps have 
since been voluntarily taken by several of the self-governing Colonies to give effect 
to this policy, but without any negotiation or corresi>ondence or bargaining with the 
Mother Country. 

What, then, was the * attitude of the self-governing Colonies ' at the Colonial 
Conference ? This is their proposal : — 

*That the Prime Ministers of the Colonies urge upon His Majesty's Government 
the expediency of granting in the United Kingdom preferentitu treatment to the 
products and manufactures of the Colonies either by exemption from or reduction 
of the duties now or hereafter imposed.* 

This is not in any way an * offer ; * it is a suggestion to the Mother Countiy to 
adopt a line of policy wiuiout offering any reciprocal favours. The truth is that 
the one thing upon which opinion in the Protectionist Colonies is agreed is that 
nothing is to be done in the direction of extending to the Mother Country freer 
access to the Colonial markets. As at the outset of the campaign so now, Mr. 
Chamberlain*s preferential policy is a onensided proposal for the taxation of food 
at home without any commensurate advantages on the pari: of the Colonies in 
return. What the responsible heads of the Colonies think is sufficiently shown 
bv their public utterances. Thus Mr. G. H. Reid, the Premier of the Australian 
Commonwealth, has announced that the Government 

* will continue the policy approved by the elections, vhs., to wait until ooum definite 
pronosal is submitted by the Imperial Government, and they will receive it in a fair 
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There is no question of any Colonial offer here ; it is the Mother Country 
which is expected to make an offer. And according to Mr. Reid it would faie 
foolish of the British people to make any offer on Mr. Chamberlain *s lines : — 

*The British Government had officially declared that it would not accept any 
system of preference which would entail taxing the food of the British peome. He 
believed that from the British point of view it was a just and statesmanlike attitude.' 

Canada is equally backwatd in making any offer, and even the Conservatives j 
there, while eager to make party capital, in view of the general election, by 
representing themselves as more favourable to Mr. Chamberlain's policy than 
the Laurier Government, has declared in favour of the full protection of 
home industries. Their policy is to take as much from the Mother Country as 
she will give, but to make no adequate concessions in return. 

It is said that the Colonies have done more than suggest a poBcy, that they 
have actually conceded to us Preferential treatment. I>et us consider what this 
amounts to. The Colonies in question are New Zealand, Canada, and Soutb 
Africa. The New Zealand Preference consisted in raising the duties upon foreign 
ffOods without any substantial reduction of the protective tariff against gocNOS 
imported ftiom this countiy . As to its effect on British trade it is not -yet poss- 
ible to say anything. The South Aftican Preference was a reduction of 2S per 
cent, upon the 10 per cent, ctd tahrem duties imposed upon imported goods— 
that is to sav, the difference amounts* to a Preference of 2^ per cent, adwdormn 
on imports m>m this country. Even this small Preference was only passed in 
the Cape House of Assembly by the Speaker's casting vote, and we aj:e told 
(Economist, Sept. 10th) that it * is a farce commerci^Iy, whatever it mav be 
sentimentally.* During the six months for which it has been in operation both 
British and foreign exports have declined 34 per cent. 

HOW THE CANADIAN PREFERENCE WORKS. | 

More ample information is available respecting the operation of the Canadian ' 
Preference which came into force in 1897. During the period it has been in 
operation the imports into Canada from the United Kingdom and the United 
States have been as follows : — ! 



Fr<nn United 


Percent, 


Fh-om United 


Percent. 


Kingdom. 


qf Total. 


Staiea. 


cfToUU. 


32,824,000 dols. 


3115 .., 


53,529,000 dols. 


... 50-80 


29,101,000 „ 


27-58 


57,023,000 „ 


... 53-48 


32,043.000 „ 


.. 25-36 


74,824,000 „ 


... 59-24 


38,981,000 „ 


24-72 ... 


88,467,000 „ 


... »-2t 


44,274,000 „ 


25-66 ... 


102,06aOOO „ 


... 59-17 


42,819,000 „ 


.. 24-10 ... 


107,149,000 „ 


... 60-30 


«,0^.000 „ 


24'95 ... 


114,747,000 „ 


68-40 


58,793,000 „ 


25*6 


128,790,000 „ 


... 57-7 



1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 

The fact here brought to light, that the proportion of British imports into the I 
Dominion has declined from 31*15 per cent, to 24*95 per cent., fiiUy justifies Mr. ! 
Chamberlain*s confession at the Colonial Conference of 1902, that the results of I 
the Preference had been 'very disappointing.* And while the results upon 
British trade hav^ thus failed to realise expectations, it is significant that, with- 
out the aid of the Preference, other countries have shown a marked expansion 
in their trade with Canada, thus : — 

Imports from — 
Gfermany. FraTice. Belgium. ' 

189iS 5,584,000 dolB. ... ... 8,975.000 dole 1,230,000 dels. 

1890 7,302,000 , 3,889,000 2,318.000 „ 

1900 8,383,000 „ 4,368,000 „ ... 3,223,000 „ 

1901 7,020,000 5,397,000 „ 3.828,000 „ 

1902 10*823,000 , 6,672,000 „ 1,71^000 „ i 

1903 12,282,000 6,580,000 2,800,000 . 



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ToUa Vcdue 


Fr(ym, 




of Imports, 


Great Britain, 


1897 .. 


... 7,125,000 dote. ... 


... 5,553,000 dote. 


1888 .. 


... 7,985.000 „ ... 


... 6,291,000 „ 


1899 .. 


... 9,803,000 „ ... 


... 7,605,000 „ 


1900 .. 


... 9,801,000 ,. ... 


... 7,943,000 „ 


1901 .. 


... 9,944,000 


... 7,940,000 „ 


1902 .. 


... 10,946,000 „ ... 


... 8,860,000 „ 


1903 .. 


... 13,612,000 „ ... 


... 11.134,000 „ 



It cannot be contended, in the face of these figures, that the Preference has 
appreciably affected the current of trade between the Dominion and the Mother 
Country. 

It is impossible to discuss the general question of the preferential tariffs 
without noting that in no case has any one of the Colonies expressed a willing- 
ness to admit British goods into its market on terms which admit of free 
competition with Colonial produce. In every case the rule has been to tax 
British eoods sufficiently to keep them out when they compete with a protected 
Colonial industry. That the duties are somewhat lower than in the case of 
foreign produce is immaterial so long as they are sufficiently high to exclude 
British equally with foreign foods. The increase of the Canadian duties on 
woollens during the course of 1904 is an evidence of the fact that the moment 
British competition in any branch of commerce becomes dangerous to the local 
industry, the tariff wall is raised as pitilessly against the products of the Mother 
Country as against those of any foreign nation. Woollens are one of the few 
British articles the imports of which have expanded, thus : — 

From 
Germany, 

... 853,000 dote. 
... 877,000 „ 
... 999.000 „ 
... 997,000 .. 
... 818,000 „ 
... 868,000 „ 
... 1,170,000 „ 

This is one of the few cases in which the Preference may be presumed to 
have conferred some advantage on British manufacturers, yet the Canadian 
manufacturers, having b^un to feel the pinch of competition, lost no time in 
compelling the Laurier Government to reduce the Preference so substantially 
that whatever advantage the British woollen manufacturers may previously 
have enjoyed will now disappear. It remains to be seen whether any other 
industry which is felt as a serious rival to the Canadian manufacturer will fare 
any better than wool. 

To sum up, many Colonial manufacturers welcome Mr. Chamberlain*s scheme 
because they look for a better market for their goods, and because it is a weapon 
which they can use against Free Traders at home ; but they have not yet shown 
any sign oi being wifiing to give such a Preference as will make a substantial 
difference to the Colonial market for British goods, and until they do so it is 
wholly misleading to speak of any Colonial • offer.' Whatever offer there may 
be must be of very material difference to counterbalance the palpable dis- 
advantages which we should inflict upon ourselves by taxing our supplies of food 
and raw materials of industry. 

IV.~* RUINED' TRADES. 

(a) The Case op Watches. 

At the outset of the campaign Mr. Chamberlain began his practice of repre- 
senting those industries which were seated in the centres in which he was 
speaking as victims of the policy of free imports. They were, he alleged, 
gradual^ declining under the influence of the * dumping ' of competing produce 
ttom abroad, with the result that British capital was being ruined, and British 
labour thrown idle. It was unfortunate for Mr. Chamberlain that in almost every 
industry which he instanced, an appeal to statistics showed that his case had 
no foundation. A typical example of the fatality which pursued him in his 
* ruined trades ' argument is afforded by the famous * watch story ' which Mr. 
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*I am told that at this moment, or within the last few months, an American 
salesman has come over here, it in said, with 17,000 or 20,000 watches, and that he is 
prepiured to oifer them at any price he can set for them These watches 



make them, even if he accepted half -waeres. Meanwhile, the Presoot works nave to 
take lower prices, and do what they can, and have to turn off workmen, and if that 
goes on Ions enoiurh, the Prescot works will close, the whole of Uieir trade will be 

5 one, and then those of you who are buying in the cheapest market, and buying 
imerican watches, what do you think you wiD have to pay for your watches?' 

Here was a story calculated to make the public believe that the imports of 
American watc*hes were destroying the competing British industry. But what 
were the cold facts of the case ? luring recent years our imports of American 
wat(*hes and parts thereof (Commerce and Navigation of the Untied States^ 
1903) have been as follows :— 

1S97, 1898. 1899. 1900, 1901. 190S, 190S. 

Dollars... 228,455 ... 233,918 ... 204,848 ... 82,315 ... 133,690 ... 152,114 ... 110,357 

Now, if figures mean anything, these statistics show that the imports of 
American watches are actually not increasing, but are in full decline. But let us 
follow up Mr. Chamberlain's story of the * American salesman * just landed in 
England to * dump * 90,000 watches on the British market. That was spoken in 
October, 1903, and had it corresponded to facts we should certainly have seen 
in the monthly Board Qf Trade returns some indication in the import figures of 
the arrival of this mysterious ' dumper ' of watches. But what are the facts : — 



Imfkorte of 


Watches from 


(dl Countries. 






1909. 




1903. 


July 

August 

Septembor 

October 

November 

December 


1.54,001 
131,046 
196,074 
222,311 
210,873 
194,390 


*.*.'. *.*.*. :;; 


109,064 
151,164 
134,661 
156,709 
143,789 
163,112 



1,108,704 858.499 

Instead, therefore, of the Prescot watch industiy being overwhelmed by a 
* dump * of Waltham and Waterbury watches, the fact was that at the very time 
when Af r. Chamberlain was uttering his prediction of coming woe, the imports 
of watches were decreasing at the rate of 500,000 a year, and the decline is stili 
proceeding, as the same official! testimony shows, for the watches imported 
during January to August, 1904s were 927,039, as compared with 1,099,398 in 
the corresponding period of 1903. 

(6) The Straw Plait Trade. 

Whenever the test of hard facts has been applied to Mr. Chamberlain^s examples 
of 'ruined industries '—the silk trade, the shipping industry, the chemical 
trade— the result has been the same. When one more than usually glaring 
inaccuracy was brought to light, he retorted that his figures were only an 
illustration of his general argument. There can be no doubt, at all events, that 
the frequent exposures of the untrustworthiness of his facts have gone far to 
produce in the public mind a healthy suspicion with regard to the soundness of 
his arauments. Yet his attempt at Luton to prove that the straw hat industry 
is in (fecay shows that he is quite incorrigible. More hats were made in the 
Luton district last year than in any previous year, and larger sums were spent 
in wages. Imports of foreign hats are declining, and exports of British-made 
hats are increasing. The expansion of the trade is attested by the fact that the 
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while at the same time the German trade, which is protected by a duty of lOs. 
per 100 kilos on widyed plait, is decreasing, the imports having fallen off from 
^£415,000 in 1889 to £943,000 in 1903. Mr. Chamberlain^s old weakness of 
selecting particular years was ag^in illustrated by his choice of the period 
1898-1909 to show tnat the colonial purchases of British hats had increased, 
while foreign purchases has fallen off. But the figures for 1903, which must have 
been before him, tell a different tale, exports to British possessions having fallen 
off in that year by no less than £40,000, while our foreiapi sales increased by 
jt'44O0. The straw hat trade is thoroughly prosperous, and imaginative indeed 
must be the statesman who, in the facts revealing an expanding industry, sees 
evidence of decline and decay. 

(c) Thb *Dump' that did Not Come. 

Mr. Chamberlain was peculiarly unfortunate in his prophecy of the • dumping ' 
of American iron. Here is the passage in the histonc Greenock speech side by 
side with an extract from the annual report to the Foreign Office of Mr. Seymour 
Ben, British Commercial Agent in the United States, on the trade of America 
in the past year :— 

Mr, Chamberlain at Oreenock, Mr. Seymour BelVs Report. 

Oct, 7th, 1903, Sept, seth, 190U, 

The Prophecy. The Fact. 

•They (the Americans) will come to 'As is generally the case when the 

the only free market ; they will come to home demand falls off, more attention 

this country ; and before you are two or has been paid lately to export business, 

three years older, and unless there is a and arreat endeavours have been made 

chanffe in the sitimtion, I warn you you to get rid of surplus products in foreign 

will have dumped do%vn in your country markets. A notable -exception has been 

ten million tons of American iron. You the manufacturers of iron and steel, 

will see many ironworks closed, you Instead of continuing their works to the 

may see others continued at a loss, striig- full extent, and depending on the export 

" ; for better times ; but what of the business to dispose of their surplus, and 



gling f oi 
workme 



TTwia^nen employed! Hundreds of thou- thus sustain home prices, they have, to 
sands of English workmen will be thrown a larger extent than usual, curtailed 
out of work in order to make room for production, and thus avoided accumu- 
hundreds of thousands of American lating large stocks. This has prevented 
workmen who are kept in employment the dumping of so large a quantity of 
during bad times by this system.' iron and steel in foreign markets as was 

anticipated a few months ago, and has 
increased the cost of manuracture to a 
considerable extent* 

It was not in England, but in the United States, that the worst effects of the 
iron trade depression was felt ; and it was in the same country, where we have 
been taught oy Mr. Chamberlain to look for continuous employment at high 
wages, that 150,000 men in the employ of the Steel Corporation submitted to 
reouctions in their pay ranging from 10 to 20 per cent., while the idle mills, 
railways, and furnaces put, according to the ^ew York World, 650,000 men 
workless on the streets of Amerioan towns. 

(d) The Alleged Ruin op Agriculture, 

Having completely failed to make out his case that the industries of the 
countnr are in danger, Mr. Chamberlain endeavoured at Welbeck to rally the 
agricultural interest to his side by attributing all the difficulties with which it 
has to cope to the malign influence of Free Trade. Although there were upon 
his platform some of tne largest landowners of the country, Mr. Chamberlain 
did not, for obvious reasons, refer to the effects of a Protective system upon the 
rent-rolls of this section of his supporters. All his remarks were dire5?ted to 
persuading the farmers and labourers that their interests would be promoted by 



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140 THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY. 



the adoption of his policy. Thus he reiterated the old argument that the 
migration of the labourers from the land had been due to the fall in wheat prices 
brought about by Free Trade. But it was pointed out that the census returns 
completely disposed of this statement. By far the heaviest decline, in the 
numbers of persons employed in agriculture took place between 1961 and 1871, 
in which decade a falhng-off of no fewer than 379,000 was recorded. Now, 
during this period the average price of wheat was as follows : — 



1861 



1864 
1865 



8. d. 




55 i 


1866 


55 5 


1867 


44 9 


1868 


40 2 


1869 


41 10 


1870 



8. d, 
49 11 
64 5 
63 9 
48 2 
46 11 



What these figures show, then, is that the heaviest diminution in the rural 
population set in during a period when the price of wheat was high, and the 
farming class, judged by the standard of the prices obtainable for their produce, 
were enjoying a high degree of prosperity. 

Nor was Mr. Chamberlain happier in his attempts to show that the amount 
of live stock on British farms compared unfavourably with those countries which 
enjoy the blessings of Protection. It is true that the number of sheep on 
British pastures has declined as compared with 1870 by about 3} millions, but 
since the ssLme movement has been recorded in every country in Europe, with 
the exception of Russia and Roumania, the decline cannot be due to Free Trade, 
but to the operation of economic conditions, such as the fall in the price of wool 
and the devel(^ment of the sheep-rearing industry in Australia and Argentina. 
While, however, sheep have declined, cattle— a far more valuable item — ^have 
increased from 9,000,000 in the four years 1867-70 to 11,414,000 in the four years 
1899-1902. 

It is very common to hear that the decay of agriculture is proved by the 
amount of land that has gone out of cultivation ; but on investigation it is found i 
that it is not agricultural land that has gone out of cultivation, but arable land | 
that has been turned into pasture — in other words, it has been found more { 
profitable to use land for pasture than for com crops under modem conditions. 1 
If we compare the average number of acres under com crops for the years 
1867-70, for which we have full retums and which fall in the middle of the j 
prosperous period, with the corresponding figures for the four years 1899-1902, 
we find a decline from 11,712,000 acres to 8,696,000. At the same time we find ! 
a faUing-ofF in 'green crops' (which do not include clover and grasses) from 
4,918,000 to 4,969,000. But when we look at grasses, including permanent 
pasture and clover and grass crops, we find an increase, which more than 
balances this decline, from 98,014,000 acres to 34,389,000. Thus if finally we 
take the whole cultivated area we do not find that diminution which is commonly 
assumed. Oh the contrary, we find an increase from 45,769,000 acres to 
47,777,000 acres. This increase, it is true, has not been continued in recent 
years. The number of acres under cultivation appears to have increased con- 
tinually up to the four-year period 1883-86. From that time onwards it has 
fluctuated, reaching its maximum point in the four-year period 1891-94, from 
which the present figures show a very slight falling-off. 

Thus the tale of land gone out of cultivation turns out to be a pure myth. 
The character of the cultivation of land has been changed, but land has not 
become waste. And there is a further consideration which we must take into 
account in connection with these figures. Owing to the general prosperity of 
the country, the growth of industry and the increase of population, the amount 
of land taken up by towns, railways, roads, factories, &c., has continuously 
increased, while the amount of purely waste land has diminished. It is hardly 
possible that the increase in agricultural land should continue unless Pro- 



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tectionists, as they alter bur arithmetic, will also expand our coasts. Agricultural 
land is giving way to more profitable uses, for building purposes, &c., and this 
process tends to counterbalance the necessarily diminishing increment from the 
reclaiming of such cultivable waste lands as remain. 

v.— CORN DUTIES AND PRICES. 

But Mr. Chamberlain's most unfortunate experience was his attempt to 
attach the labourers to his side by arguing that the effect of the grain duty in 
France had been to reduce the price of wheat. It was decidedly inconvenient 
for Mr. Chamberlain that only a few days after the Welbeck speech the Board 
of Trade, in reply to a question bv Dr. Shipman« M.P., issued a statement 
showing the effects of the wheat duties in three Protectionist countries. As 
compared with wheat prices in Free-trade England, the prices ruling in these 
protected markets were as follows : — 

Apmrox, PercentcLge 

Duty on Avercuje Price of imported Wheat 

Imported Wheat of Wheat in Total Supply the 

per quarter. per quarter, five years 1899-190S, 

United Kingdom Nil 288. to 29s 77J 

Germany 77 37«. 9rf 34 

France 12-2f 368. 6d 2* 

Italy 1301 408. llrf 18 

Now the significance of these figures scarcely needs pointing out. What 
they show is that in Germany a duty on wheat of 7«. 7d. on imports represent- 
ing 34 per cent, of the total supply, has the effect of putting up the price of all 
wheat sold in the home market by 9«., as compared with the open market in 
England. In France a duty of 12«. ^^d, sent up the price by about Is, 9d. on 
the whole supply, in spite of the fact that the French home output of wheat falls 
only 9 per cent, short of the requirements of the population. In Italy a duty of 
ISs. OiS. raised the price of the whole supply 12*. 2d., although the proportion 
imported was only 18 per cent, of the total consumed. It is therefore easy to 
juoge what the effect on prices would be in this country, which imports 77^ per 
cent, of its total supply. In fact, on the effect of import duties upon prices even 
Mr. Balfour has found a 'settled conviction.' In his Edinburgh speech, as 
appears from the passage quoted below (p. 148), he defined Protection as the 
raising of prices by means of the imposition of import duties. Whatever his 
views on other points, therefore. Free Traders will clearly have Mr. Balfour's 
support in maintaining that the effect of duties, such, for example, as have been 
proposed in the interest of the iron and steel trade by the Tariff Commission, 
must be to raise prices in the home market. 

VI.— FOREIGN IMPORTS AND THE LABOUR MARKET. 

The contention that imports of foreign manufactures deprive British workmen 
of employment is a favourite with Tariff Reformers when appealing to working- 
class auaiences. Sir Conan Doyle has put it in a concrete form by explicitfy 
asserting that an order for a De Dion motor-car instead of a British c^r repre- 
sents a loss of employment to the British mechanic. Few politicians at all 
familiar with economics have ventured to revive the exploded mercantile theory 
in quite so naked a form, but Sir Conan Doyle's doctrine that an order placed 
abroad represents a sheer loss to British industry has undoubtedly many 
adherents among unreflecting people. But the matter admits of being put to a 
satisfactory test, for we should assuredly find, were the theory sound, that 

* Average for 4 years, 188{^1902. 



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142 THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY, 

increasinff imports of manufactures produced a decline in the demand for skilled 
labour. Yet the facts show beyona all dispute that periods of rising imports 
have been invariably those in which the rate of employment has been highest, 
and vic€ v&rtd^ as the following table clearly shows : — 

Perctntctge of Unempl-oyed Members Imports of Mantifactured and 
of Trades Unions making Semi-manufactured Ooods. 

Returns, Mill, £, 

1890 21 88-2 

1891 3*5 we 

1892 «-3 98-9 

1893 7-5 98-1 

During this period of stagnant imports of manufactured goods, trade was 
declining, and tne number of idle worxmen steadily increased. Then came an 
increase in the imports : — 

Percentage of Unemployed Members Imports of Manufa>ctiired and 
of Trades Unions makifig Semi-manufactured Goods. 

Returns. Mill, £, 

1894 6-9 101-7 

1895 5-8 107-7 

1898 3-4 117-6 

1897 3-5 123-8 

1898 3-0 125-1 

1899 2-4 136"9 

Six years of rising imports were thus accompanied by an almost continuous 
increase in the demand for labour. 

So far in stating totals of imports we have adopted the classification of Mr. 
W. R. Malcolm ; but the Board of Trade, beginning with 1899, made a new 
classification of manufactured and semi-manufactured articles, which gives the 
following result : — 

Percentage of Trades Net Imports of Manufactured and 

Unionists Unemployed, Semi-manufactured Goods. 

1900 2-9 110-5 

1901 3.8 109-1 

1902 4-4 115-1 

1903 5-1 115-7 

The significance of these figures as bearing upon the Protectionist ai^gument of 
the relation between imports and employment can hardly be missed. They 
show that during the first period 1890-3, while imports were almost stationary, 
the rate of unemployment steadily increased. On the other hand, between 1894 
and 1899, while manufactured imports increased by 34 per cent., the proportion 
of unemployed sank year by year until, in 1899, the figure reached the lowest 
point ever recorded. During the third period, 1900-3, the value of manu- 
factured imports has only increased by 4-5 per cent., while the number of 
unemployed skilled workers has nearly doubled. 

The truth is that when trade is prosperous and employment brisk, both 
exports and imports increase. A period of expanding exports necessarily 
involves an increase of imports, representing payment for the produce of British 
mills and factories sent abroad. 

VII.— THE LABOUR MARKET ABROAD. 

It is unfortunate that, in the absence of a uniform method of estimating the 

degree of unemployment in various countries, no means should exist of making ! 

a trustworthy and exact comparison. The only two countries which may be ! 

said to approximate in their methods of ascertaining the degree of unemployment i 

are England and France. A comparison of the two countries gives the following ! 

result : — j 



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Percentage of UnempJityed in Trades Unions 

France, 

1897 9U 

1893 9-9 

1899 8-4 

1900 8-0 

1901 9-9 

1902 11-0 


making returns. 

United Kingdom. 

3-5 

30 

2-4 

2-0 

3-8 

4-4 



The French figures do not include the miners in the Nord and in the Pas 
de Calais district ; were these included, the average amount of unemployment 
in 1902 would probably be reduced by about 2 per cent. None the less that 
year marked the lowest point of employment attained for a series of years, and 
since then the tendency has been downward rather than othervrise. It was 
not until towards the autunm of 1904 that a change for the better was reported, 
attributable to the excellent harvest and the demand for labour on the land 
withdrawing surplus labour from the towns. 

As regards Germany, no official attempt was made to ascertain the extent 
of unemployment until May, 1903. Three methods are now employed — (1) a 
comparison of the numbers of workers inscribed on the pay-sheets of the 
factories for the purposes of the Imperial Accident Assurance Fund, (2) a 
monthly comparison l>etween the number of applicants for vacant posts at the 
public institutions {Arbeitsnachweise Bureaux) existing for the purpose, and 
(3) an enumeration of the unemployed memoers of the trades unions. The 
last method alone permits of a comparison with the British figures ; but here 
again the value of tne German figures is greatly reduced by the fact that they 
are based on returns supplied by only two trades and a mere fraction of the 
total workers. Thus, according to the Labour Gazette^ the employment returns 
sent in covered 547,525 members of trades unions, showing an amount of 
unemployment in August at the rate of 1*9 per cent. As an attempt has been 
made from the Protectionist side to show m>m these returns that the degree 
of unemployment is much greater in England than in Germany, it is necessary 
to point out that while the British rate of unemployed was enormously swollen 
by the depression in the shipbuilding trade, in which no fewer than from 12 to 
14 per cent, of the members of the union are idle, the German returns exclude 
this industry. Yet according to the Union of German Shipbuilding Yards the 
number of men employed in 37 yards fell between Januarv^ and October, 1903, 
from 34,500 to 31,618, a decline of 1 1 per cent, in a few months, and the condition 
of the industry has undergone no improvement since. More than 230,000 of the 
total membership of the unions making returns to the Labour Department 
are included in three unions, namely, the Federation of Metal Workers 
(Stuttgart), the Federation of German Engineers and Metal Workers (Berlin), 
and the Federation of German Book Printers (Berlin), while the hundreds of 
thousands of men engaged in the coal, iron, shipbuilding, textile, and boot 
trades, do not appear to be represented at all. Nor do uie figures published 
in the Labour Gazette give the percentage of all British trade unions, but only 
tiie percentage unemployed in those unions which make returns to the Board 
of Trade. Tne majority of the trade union world is left out of the account. 
In fact, no conclusion as to the comparative amount of suffering from want of 
employment in England and Germany can be drawn from these data. 

VIII.— THE CONDITIONS OF LABOUR AT HOME AND 
ABROAD. 

Mr. Chamberlain tells us that in the elements by which we are accustomed 
to measure prosperity. Protectionist countries surpass the United Kingdom. 
How does this apply to the condition of the working classes — by no means the 



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144 



THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY. 



least element in national prosperitv — as judged hj wages, hours of work, and 
c*ost of living? In point of fact the Board of Trade Memoranda have shown 
that in these respects the working classes are materially better off in this 
counti^ than in the Protectionist countries of Europe. The Board of Trade 
give the average rates of weekly wases for fifteen skilled occupations current 
in the same ' standard year * in the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, 
and France. In the following table we give the average rate for the fifteen 
trades, with details for eight occupations in which the data are most abundant. 





United Kingdom. 


Oermany. 


France. 


United SUtes of 
America. 


Oceupatlon. 




per 
eentage. 




Percent- 




Vercent- 




Percent- 




W«eUy 


Weekly 


age of 


WeeUy 


age of 


Weekly 


age of 




wage. 


wage. 


Britlflh 
wage. 


wage. 


Britiih 
wage. 


wage. 


British 

wage. 




8, d. 




«. rf. 




8. d. 




8. d. 




Manona 


99 2\ 


100 


27 6 


70 


21 7 


55 


84 4^ 


215 


Carpenters and Joiners 


38 3 


100 


21 7i 


57 


23 6 


61 


73 4 


192 


Plasterers 


30 3 


100 


27 6 


70 


21 9 


55 


87 6 


223 


Fitters 


35 


100 


20 


57 


21 7 


62 


52 10 


151 


Smiths 


36 


100 


21 7 


60 


24 


67 


75 


206 


Compositors 


32 3 


100 


23 1 


72 


24 


74 


56 3 


174 


Cabinetmakers 


35 6 


100 


22 6 


63 


24 


68 


58 2 


164 


Coopers 


36 


100 


22 7i 


63 


19 8i 


55 


52 7 


146 


Averac^ of la trades,^ 


















including those given > 


36 


100 


22 6 


63 


22 10 


63 


69 4 


193 


above j 



















In the above table the rates of wages paid in the capital cities of these 
countries are omitted, as such rates are generally, and in tiie case of London 
considerably, higher than the rates obtained in other towns to which these 
statistics refer. The wages quoted are for full weeks, and do not represent 
the same hours of work. In France and Germany the hours worked are 
considerably kmger than in the United Kingdom and the United States, as 
is disclosea in the foUowing table : — 

Hours per Wsek worked by men engaged in the following skUhd occupations. 



United Kingdom. Germany. ,, 

Masons 50 ... 54 

Carpenters and Joiners 47 to 55 ... 60 

Plasterers 50 to 52 ... 60 

Fitters 53 to 54 ... 54 to 00 .. 

Smiths 63 to 60 ... 72 

Compositors 53 to 54 ... 54 

Cabinetmakers 50 to 52 ...No recent retnm... 

Coopers 54 60 



France. United States. 



60 to 72 
60 to 70 
60 to 68 

flO 
57 to 72 
54 to 66 
60 to 72 
60 to 66 



48 to 54 
48 to 00 
48 to 00 
' 60 
54 to 60 
48 to 00 
48 to 00 
48 to 50 



This table is compiled from statistics collected from the United States Com- 
missioner of Labour. The most recent reports have been taken in each case. 
What they prove is that the hours of labour are in all cases considerably less in 
Great Britain than in France and Germany. It should be explained that where 
two hours are given one represents the shortest and the other the longest work- 
ing week. In the case of the United States the average week is considerably 
nearer the highest figure given : so that although in a few cases the American 
working week appears to be less than the British the average is in reality longer. 

The figures given by the Board of Trade also enabfe us to compare the 
increase in wages in this and other countries since 1881. From these it appears 
that the increase per cent, for the United Kingdom is greater than that for the 
United States, and as great as that for Germany. But the German increase 



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THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY. 145 



per cent, is a percentage on a smaller amount. In actual cash, weekly wages in 
the skilled trades have increased 6«. lOcf. in the United Kingdom and 4». Idf. in 
Germany. On the other hand the actual increase in the United States since 
1881 is slightly greater than in the United Kingdom, but this is due to the 
changes in the first ten years of the period before the epoch of increased Protec- 
tection in the States. Since the McKinley Tariff came into force (July, 1891), the 
changes have been as follows : — 

1892-1900, Increase {cash per week). Increase {per cent.). 

United Kingdom 38. lOd „. Il-fl8 

United States 28.3d 3*31 

The Dbcreased Cost of Living. 

I What the actual gain has been to the wage earner by Free Trade cannot, 

. however, be measured altogether by the mere aifFerence — large as it is — ^between 

the rate of earnings here and abroad respectively. His gain from the cheapening 
! of the cost of the necessaries of life must also be taken into consideration. Mr. 
1 Bowley has shown that cash wages, exclusive of agricultural labour, rose be- 
[ tvreen 1840 and 1900 in the ratio of 55 to 100, and applying this to the Board of 

Trade figures for 1903, and taking 95». as an estimate for trades in general, the 
j rise in money wages may be set forth thus : — 

Average Weekly Wages. 

■■■ ism. 190S. 

Skilled Trades : s. rf. ■ . s. d. 

London SS 1 l^ 5 

Other Towns 19 10 S6 

Trades IN GENERAL : 13 9 25 

I What then has been the gain to the worker from the fall in food prices over and 

; above the increase in money wages ? Confining ourselves to bread and meat 

I (detail statistics of other commodities not being available) we find that the 

i ToUowing were in the two periods the 

I Retail Prices of Bread and Meat. 

1 18l/)-5. 1897-1903, 

I Bread (per 4 lbs.) SW&d. ... 4*4350d. 

I Meat including Beet Mutton, Bacon, and Pork) 13*8d. ... S'lOd. 

I Now the weekly consumption per head in families in urban districts, of which 

j the head is earning 23s. per week, has been shown to be 3». 7d. for bread and 
! flour, and 5s. l^d. on meat, or 9s, 2Jrf. altogether. But in 1840-5 the cost of the 
same quantity of food would have been : — 

8. d. 

i Bread and Flour (at 2*16(i. per lb.) 7 1 

Meat (at 13*8d. per lb , 96 

18 7 

That is to say, that while the London workman at the present time spends 
9s. 9id. on a certain amount of bread and meat, a working man in the same 
position in 1840-5 would have spent 16*. Id., while his cash earnings, instead of 
being 25*., would only have been 13*. 9d. From these figures we see that at 
least one of three things must have occurred. Either : — 

1. He bought less than one-third of what the working man docs at the 
present time, or 

9. He spent a greater proportion on food, leaving less for dothing, rent, and 
comforts, or 

3. He lived on an inferior diet. , 

Probably the actual condition was a combination of all the three. 



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146 THE FISCAL CONTROVERSY. 



{At 


^eragefor 1897-1901 


Period. 


Gcmvany. 


1877-1881 


112 


1882-1888 


101 


1887-1891 


103 


1892-18B6 


«e 


1807-1901 


100 



The fail in the cost of food has also been more rapid here than in Germanv, 
as is shown by the following official statement comparing cost of food to a work- 
man's family in quinquennial periods : — 

100.) 

United Kingdom. 

IK) 

125 

106 

98 

100 

The meaning of this Table is that in the last ^ye years a German workman 
has been able to purchase as much food of the kind to which he is accustomed 
for 100 marks as ne could get twenty years previously for 11^ marks, while the 
English workman has been able to make 100 shillings go as far in purchasing 
food as 140 shillings would have gone twenty years before. 

What Cheap Food means to the Workers. 

What an advantage imtaxed food confers upon the wage-earners is brought 
out very clearly by some figures contained in a recent import to the United 
States Labour Dqmirtment by Mr. Carroll D. Wriffht, the Director of the 
Department. Mr. Wright estimates the cost of food to the working class in 
the various countries as follows : — 

American workers 33 per cent of their waffcs 

English „ ... „ 45 

Ck>ntinental „ ... 55 „ ,, 

Taking rent, clothing, &c., into consideration, however, even the apparent 
advantage enjoyed by the American wage-earner disappears. According to Mr. 
Wright's method of estimating, the cost of living, not in percentages of wages, 
but m the number of days* earnings absorbed by the purchase of the necessaries 
of life, he comes to the conclusion that the number of working days requisite to 
cover the cost of housing, food, clothing, lighting and heating, and taxes, are 
England 205 I Germany 240 



United States 225 Russia ... 

France 231 j Italy 290 

While, therefore; the German workman upon the showing of the American 
Labour Department must spend four-fifths of his income upon the absolute 
necessaries of existence, leaving only one-fifth for amusement, savings, provident 
agencies, and so forth, the English workman has one-third of his income avail- 
able for such purposes. 

IX. -THE DECUNB IN PAUPERISM. 

Among the many indications that under Free Trade the country is not only 
becoming richer as a whole, but that the growth of national wealth is being 
shared in by all classes, may be cited the st^idy decline in pauperism. Despite 
the influence of temporary periods of depression, such as that which we are now 
passing throufi^h, the proportion of those who are unable to support themselves 
becomes on the whole steadily smaller. The year 1903 was admittedly one of 
dulness in trade, and the labour market was in addition congested by many 
thousands of men who had been thrown upon it after service in South AiWca. 
Yet the gratifying facts stand forth from the report of the Local Government 
Board that, with three exceptions, the rate of pauperism per 1000 in 1903-4 is 
the lowest during the past twenty-five years, and if the mean number of paupers 
had borne the same ratio to the estimated population last year as in 1883-4, the 
numbers would have been 960,115 instead of 869,128. Even in the same ratio 



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147 



as that of 189S-4, the total would have been 46,700 more than it actually is. 
Nor do periods of bad trade augment the ranks of pauperism so heavily as 
formerly. The fact that the period of trade depression 1865-9 saw an increase 
in the number of paupers from 40*9 to 44*1 per 1000, and the similar period 
1899-6 an increase from 99*8 to 93*7 per 1000, while the present cycle of 
depression, 1901-4, has only been responsible for an upward movement from 
91*1 to 91*6, tends to show tnat the poorer class is able to withstand more easily 
than of old the pressure of bad times. 

X.— THE TEST OP THE INCOME TAX. 

Judged by every available test, as Mr. Balfour has admitted, the growth of 
the national wealth is unchecked. Of this the best proof is afforded by the 
income tax statistics, which show that the yield per penny of the tax increases 
from year to year : — * 

Produce of each Penny of the Tax, 

£ £ 

1893-4 

1894^ 

1896-6 

1896-7 

1897-8 

During the decade 1893 1903 the amount of income on which tax was 
received — that is, the net income assessed after allowing for all claims for 
deduction— has increased from £595,840,000 to £608,606,000. Of the contention 
sometimes put forward by Protectionists that we are living upon our capital, and 
that of late years our foreign investments have been realisea to a great extent, 
the Commissioners of Inland Revenue make short work, for they show that the 
income derived from foreign investments is rapidly increasing, thus : — 



2.191,000 


1898-9 , 


2,284,000 


1,982,000 


1899-1900 ... 


2,353.000 


2,083,000 


1900-1 


2,475.000 


2.098,000 


1901-2 


2,531,000 


2.188.000 


1902-3 


2,535,000 



188a-4 
1887-8 
1893-4 
1897-8 



£ 

33,829,000 
46,978,000 
55,118,000 
56.630.000 



1900-1 
1901-2 
1902-3 



£ 

60,331.000 
62,559,000 
63.828.000 



What these figures show is that the heavy strain on the resources of the nation 
imposed by the South African war has not led to any reduction of our holdings 
of foreign, Colonial, and Indian securities. 



XT.-OUR GROWING SHIPPING TRADE. 

Mr. Chamberlain made an unfortunate attempt in his Liveipooi speech to 
show that our shipping trade must be ranked among declining industries. 
Unfortunate, because it brought upon him a volume of statistics compiled by the 
Sidjypmg Oazstts and by a recognised authority, Mr. Norman Hill, in which it 
was shown that our share of the world*8 carrying has increased rather than 
otherwise. Since then the publication by the Board of Trade of the tonnage of 
the British mercantile marine, together with that of the principal foreign mari- 
time countries, has shown once more how commanding is the lead enpoyed by this 
c*ountry, tlianks to her policy of allowing shipbuilders to obtain their material at 
the lowest possible cost. The following table shows the position of the various 
countries at a glance : — 

Net Tonnage on Register, 

imt. * 1870. 

United Kingdom 8,.'i65,000 ... 5,800,000 

British PoBsesHions 667,829 ... 1.458,000 

United Btatd8(Ovor8C!a trade only) 1.585.000 ... 1.516.000 

Germany ... — ... 9fi2,o00 



1900, 190,'i. 

9,304.000 ... 10,268,000 

1,447.000 ... 1.562,000 

889,000 ... 888.776 

1,941.000 ... 2,203,000 



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1860. 


1870, 


1900, 


190S, 


688,000 . 


. 1,072,000 . 


. 1,037,000 .. 


— 


— 


— 


633,000 .. 


— 


— 


— 


408,000 .. 


— 


31,»1» . 


30,109 . 


113,25» .. 


102,760 


2S6,000 . 


. 1,022,000 . 


. 1,608,000 .. 


. 1,440.000 



Net Tonna^s an RegiiUr, 

France 

RuR8ia 

Denmark 

Bolflfium 

Norway 

It will be seen that the growth of the British mercantile marine has been 
steady and rapid, while, with the exception of Germany, the fleets of most of 
our maritime rivals have either remained stationair or declined. That Germany, 
our chief Continental competitor, has added only 264,000 tons to its register 
since 1900, while Great Britain has increased its shipping tonnage by 964,000 
tons during the same period, shows that in the race for ocean supremacy we are 
not losing ground, as Mr. Chamberlain suggests. And Germany, it is worth 
remembering, is able to maintain a shipbuuimng industry only by allowing her 
builders to import materials dutyfree — ^that is to say, oy conceding the very 
principles of Free Trade of which her general policy is the negation. 

British Trade in British Ships. 

Nor do the returns of the volume of shipping entering and clearing at the 
ports of the country suggest that the foreign trade of the country has left its 
most flourishing days behind. What could be more destructive of this fallacy 
than the following table, showing the tonnage of vessels with cargoes only, 
which have entered and cleared at British ports during the past fifteen years ? 

Entered, Cleared. 

1889 

1800 

1802 ;;; z z 29;32o;ooo ;; z z z 33k\9^m w \ 

1894 

1896 

1898 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

Here is a record of steady growth in the volume of the shipping trade at British 
ports, a growth never so marked as during the last few years. When to this is 
added that the bulk of the increase represents British snipping, the figures wear 
a still more satisfactory aspect : — 

ErUered, Cleared, 



20,01(,UUU tUIIH ... 

28,978,000 


33,857,000 


29,329,000 


33,943,000 


31,141,000 „ 


35,777,000 


33,479,000 „ 


37,703,000 


34,515,000 , 


39,462,000 


36,186,000 


43,671,000 


36,337.000 , 


43,317,000 


37,904,000 „ 


44,802,000 


39,903,000 


47,390,000 





BrUish, 


Foreign. 


BrUiah, 


Eoreign, 


1900 .. 


. 24,426,000 tons .. 


11,760,000 tons .. 


27,906,000 tons .. 


15,765,000 tons 


1901 .. 


. 24,654,000 „ .. 


11,682,000 „ .. 


. 28,301,000 „ .. 


. 15,016,0ai „ 
. 15,287,000 ,; 


1902 .. 


. 25,800,000 „ .. 


. 12,108,000 „ .. 


. 29,634,000 „ .. 


1903 .. 


. 27,448,000 „ .. 


. 12,454,000 „ .. 


. 31,316,000 „ .. 


. 16,083,000 „ 



The lion's share of the increased volume in the carrying trade at British ports 
has thus been carried off by British owners. 

XII.— THE POLITICAL I9SUE. 

The political side of the fiscal question has very largely resolved itself into a 
struggle between Mr. Chamberlain and the Unionist Free Traders over the body 
of Mr. Balfour. His evasions have been manifold and ingenious, and the latest 
statement of his position is by no means the least puzzling to the two sides who 
would like to claim him as an ally. On the one hand he has definitely repudiate 
Protection in terms that deserve quoting^ : — 



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* A protective policy, as I understand it, is a policy which aims at supportiDg or 
creating home industries by raising home prices. The raising of prices is a necess- 
ary step towards the encouragement of an industry under a protective svstem. 
The ol^ect of Protection is to encourage home industries. The means by which it 
attains that object is by the manipulation of a fiscal system to raise home prices. 
If the home prices are not raised, the industry is not encouraged. If the industry is 
encouraged, it is by the raising of prices. That is, in a nutshell. Protection properly 
understood.' 

This Protection he repudiates explicitly, and though maintaining that Protec- 
tionism is a view that may be legitimately held by Conservatives, he declares 
definitely that he will not be the leader of a Protectionist party i — 

* [ now proceed to say that I individuaUy am not a Protectionist. .... But I am 
of opiniim, and I desire to say it with very great distinctness— I am personally of 
opinion that for this country in its existing circumstances Protection in the true 
sense of the word. Protection as I have endeavoured to define it and describe it 
to-night, is not the best policy. It is not one I have ever recommended, directly or 
indirectly, either to my colleagues in the Cabinet, to the House of Commons, or to 
the country. It is a policy which 1 do not believe to be expedient under existing 
circumstances, and I should never think, any more than my friend near n^e, of 
diminishing the zeal and earnestness of my support of a Conservative and Unionist 
party should that party take up a Protectionist line. I do not think that I C4)uld 
with advantage in such circumstances be its leader.' 

This declaration, very satisfactory as it sounds, is somewhat diminished in value 
by his importing the question of motive into the discussion : — 

* You can always distinguish, if you desire to think clearly upon these subjects, 
you can always distinguish between a Protective -policy and a fiscal policy which is 
not protective bv asking whether the end to be gained is the encouragement of 
home industries hj raising home price& There are countries which are universally 
recognised as Free-trade countries, but which yet have a general tariff— a general 
Customs tariff— for revenue purposes which is not balanced by a corresponding 
Bxcise. Are these Protective coimtries or are they not 9 They are not, because the 
object of putting on the Customs tax was revenue, and the fact that those countries 
did not put on, and do not put on, a corresponding Excise tax is due to other caupes, 
and not due to a desire to encourage the& home industries by raising their home 

8 rices. Take another illustration. I have always been in flavour— that is part, 
ideed, of the Sheffield programme— of using our power of putting on taxation on 
foreign goods, where it seemed desirable, for the purpose of enabling us to negotiate 
arrangements with foreign countries upon a basis favourable to our own manufac- 
turers. Is that Protection 9 Is it a Protective policy or is it not? It is not a 
Protective policy, because clearly that would be most successfully perfoioned sup- 
posing you were driven to put on a Customs tax, if that Customs tax was one 
which, by the play of international competition, was paid by the foreigner and not 
by the British consumer, which, therefore, did not raise British prices, which there- 
fore had no Protective effect, while it would probably have a very great effect in 
inducing the foreigner so to manipulate his tariff, and the general cause of free inter- 
change of goods would be promoted between different countries.* 

Clearly, this passage not only admits a support of Retaliation, but also enables 
Preferentialists to contend that any duty which they suraest will be paid by the 
foreigner, and that therefore it will not come under Afr. Balfoiur^s condemnation. 
But, further, Mr. Balfour characterises Mr. Chamberlain's scheme as a ^greiat 
ide^* Such in4eed is the political value of this ideal that no nian is to come to 
the discussion of the fiscal problem * with an eye on the Treasury ledger. ^ The 
economic side is to be subordinate to the political. We have been brought into 
an *imp(use dangerous to the Empire as a whole.* This is a somewhat severe 
condemnation of Mr. Chamberlain's methods, for what else has brought us into 
this «7i»pa«M but the raising of the question as he has raised it? Nevertheless, 
Mr. Balfour will go with Mr. Chamberlain on the practical point immediately 
before the public. He accepts a free Conference with the self-governing 
Coloniea and India which is not to be * bound by special views or special instruc- 
tkNiB.* The Conference will * discuss, in the first place, whether this ideal 
of fiflcal miion is qd6 which commends itself to us ; m the second place— for I 
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Slace, to consider how it shall be carried out.* It is to be summoned by 
Ir. Balfour^s Government ' if we have the power after the next election,' but its 
decisions, whatever they may be, are to be referred to another election for 
ratification ; that is to say, Mr. Balfour will appeal to the country on the ques- 
tion whether he shall summon a Conference to discuss ways and means to a 
fis(*al union which he avowedly adopts as a desirable end. 

The net result of Mr. Balfour's speech was only to make ambiguity more 
ambiguous. If people doubted his meaning before he spoke, the residt of his 
speech was only to make both sides quite confident tnat he meant exactly 
opposite things. The Free Trade and the Protectionist newspapers alike hailed 
his final decision in their favour. Lord Hush Cecil, writing in the Standard of 
Ck:tober 25th, had no difficulty in showing that in theory the difference between 
Mr. Balfour and Mr. Chamberlain was profcMind. To prove his ease Lord Huffh 
propounded three questions, giving the answers to each according to the 
respective teaching of Mr. ChamberUin and Mr. Balfour : — 

1. * Are you in favour of a flacal system for this country founded on the prin- 
ciples adopted in the United States, Germany, and France? '^ To this question Mr. 
Chamberlain would answer * Yes ; ' Mr. Balfour would answer * No.' 

2. * Are you in favour of a general tariff of import duties on foreign manufactured 
articles which can be produced in this country ?^ To this Mr. Balfour would answer 
* No ' and Mr. Chamberlain would answer * Yes ; and I have appointed a Commission 
to formulate such a tariff.' 

3. * Are you in favour of making the taxation of food for the purpose of Colonial 
Preference a main issue at the next Qeneral Election?' It will not, I think, be 
disputed that to this again Mr. Chamberlain would answer ' Yes ' and Mr. Balfour 
*No.' 

These are, in fact, perfectly just deductions from Mr. Balfour's premises, but 
the <]|uestion might also be asked whether Mr. Balfour intended to apply his 
prenuses, or to draw any conclusion whatever which happened to be incon- 
venient to him in practice. In fact, on the practical side, Mr. Chamberlain took 
precisely the opposite view of Mr. Balfour's utterance, for in his speech at Luton 
on the Wednesoay following Mr. Balfour's speech (October 5th), he dealt very | 
lightly with Mr. Balfour's repudiation of Protection, and welcomed the pro- \ 
posal for a Colonial Conference as a ' great advance ' in his direction, protesting i 
only against the suggestion to refer the decision back to a second appeal to the ! 
constituencies. I 

Those who dislike intellectual fog vainly hoped for a speech that would clear ' 
the air at the Southampton meeting of Conservative Associations, but the fates 
and a Russian Admiral willed otherwise, and the speech was not delivered. 
Mr. Balfour stood fully excused hj the necessity of dealing with more urgent 
matters, and a declaration on the fiscal question was avoidal. But though Mr. 
Balfour did not speak, the Associations did, and on the motion of Mr. Chaplin 
they passed a resolution, the effect of which is to welcome Mr. Balfour as a 
^ferentialist and Protectionist. The text of this important resolution is as 
follows : — 

*That this Conference, agreeing with the Prime Minister that the time has come 
for the revision of our fiscal policv, cordially supports his claim for power to deal 
with the evils arising from the unfair competition caused by the practice of dumping 
(to which it believes that the present want of employment and distress in the 
country are in great measure due). It likewidc welcomes the recent declaration of 
the Pnme Minister that if he is again returned to power he will "invite a conference 
with delegates from the Colonies and India to meet free and unfettered, in order to 
discuss, in the first place, whether the ideal of a fiscal union is one that commends 
itself to them, and in the second place to consider how it shall be carried out." ' 

It will be seen that this resolution has nothmg to say of Mr. Balfour's special 
ix>licy of Retatiation, but distinctly puts forwi^ the two aspects of Protection 
which have been emphasised by Mr. Chamberlain. Yet Mr. Balfour remains 
I'he leader of the Unionist party. 



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151 



To sum up the whole situation, it would appear that, while Mr. Balfour 
declares himself to be in principle a Free Trader, he is at the same time prepared 
to go to the country as a supporter of the ideal of fiscal union, and to that extent 
in alliance with Mr. ChamtJerlain's views. Since, moreover, any sort of fiscal 
union has been shown to entail the taxation of food, and almost cert iinly of raw 
materials as well, Mr. Balfour must be assumed to contemplate these conse- 
quences as necessarily involved in his proposal. If they are ruled out, the sum- 
moning of the Conference would clearly be nugatory. And it is, of course, with 
reference to the taxation of food that the Chaplin resolution lays down that the 
Conference is to meet 'free and unfettered.' Unless, therefore, Mr. Balfour 
takes some practical step to dissociate himself from Mr. Chamberlain's pro- 
posals, he must be regarded as beinff committed, alon^ with his party, to the 
principle of Colonial preference and the taxation of food which it would entail. 



PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. 

'7v^/.«,*^#. /Financial Permanent Secretary (£2000) Sir B. W. Hamilton. 

ireasury. | Administrative Permanent Secretary (£2000) ... Sm Ge 



Lord Chancellor: Permanent Secretary (£1800) 

rrivyCouncU: Clerk (&150Q) 

Atidit OJJlce: Comptroller and Auditor-General (£2000) 
Jt^oreis/n OMce : Permanent Under-Secretary (£2000) ... 
Colonial Office,: Permanent Under-Secretary (£2000) ... 
Iruiia Office: Permanent Under-Secretary (£2000) 
Home Office: Permanent Under-Secretary (£2000) 

fTar O.^ : Secretary (£2000) 

Admiralty : Permanent Secretary (£2000) 

Ireland : Permanent Under-Secretary (£2000) 

/Scot/aTMi : Permanent Under-Secretary (£1500) 

Board of Trade : Permanent Secretary. (£1800) 

Local Government Board : Permanent Secretary (£1800) 

Board of A grHculture: Secret&ry {£1500) 

^oarc^o/^fiawcaeMm; Secretary (£1800) 

Works and Public Buildings: Secretary (£1200) Hon. Sir Schomberg K. McDonnell. 

I'os* Q^Zce ; Secretary (£1750) H. Babington Smith. 

Board of Inland Bevenue : Ch&irm&n {£,2000) Sir Henry Primrose. 

OM«eoww: Chairman (£2000) T. J. Pittar. 



_ George Murray. 

Sir K. a. Muir-Mackenzie. 

Almeric W. Fitzroy. 

D. C. Richmond. 

Sir T. H. Sanderson. 

Sir Montagu F. ommaney. 

Sir Arthur Godi-jsv. 

M. D. Chalmers. 

Col. Sir E. W. D. Ward. 

Sir Evan Macgregor. 

... Sir a. p. Macdonnell. 

Reginald Macleox>. 

Sir F. J. S. Hopwood. 

Sir S. B. Provis. 

Sir T. H. Elliott. 

R. L. MORANT. 



PRINCIPAL LONDON CLUBS. 



Army & Nayr. 36 Pall MaU. 

Arthur's, 69 St. James's St. 

Athenaeum, 107 PaU Mall. 

Bath, 34 Dover St. 

Boodle's, 28 St. James's St. 

Brooks's, St. James's St. 

Carlton, 94 Pall Mall. 

City Carlton, St. Swithin's Lane. 

City Liberal, Walbrook. 

Conservative, 74 St. James's St. 

Constitutional, Northumberland Avenue. 

Devonshire, 50 St. James's St. 

Garrick, 15 Garrick St., Covent Garden. 

Grosvenor, Piccadilly. 

Junior Army & Navy, 10 St. James's St. 

Junior Athenajum, 116 Piccadilly. 

Junior Carlton, 30 Pall Mall. 

Junior Conservative, 43 Albemarle St. 



Junior Constitutional, 101 Piccadilly. 

Junior Naval & Military, 97 Piccadilly. 

Junior United Service, Charles St., S.W. 

Marlborough, 52 Pall Mall. 

National Liberal, Whitehall Place. 

NUval & Military, 94 Piccadilly. 

New Oxford & Cambridge, 68 Pall Mall. 

New University, 57 St James's St. 

Oxford & Cambridge, 71 Pall Mall. 

Reform, 104 Pall Mali. 

St. Stephen's, 1 Bridge St., Westminster. 

Savile, 107 Piccadilly. 

TraveUers', 106 PaU Mall. 

Union, Trafalgar Square. 

United Service, 116 Pall Mall. 

United University, 1 Suffolk St. 

WhitehaU, 47 Parliament St. 

White's, 37 St. James's St. 



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153 

PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCIES. 



The Smallest Boroughs. 
The following shows the Boroughs in Great Britain having less than 
5000 electors. There are 26 such— 19 in England, 3 in Wales, and 4 in 
Scotland : — 



Liberal (8). 

Falmouth 2870 

Grantham ... 3224 

Pontefract 3242 

St. Andrews District 3685 

Flint District 3800 

Stafford 3676 

Dumfries District 3740 

Whitechapel 4347 



Tory (18). 

Durham 2838 

Bury St. Edmimds 2739 

TVick District ... 2767 

TVinchester ... 2883 

Whitehaven 3069 

Windsor 3099 

Salisbury 3189 

Montgomery District 3243 

St. George's-in-the-£ast 3289 

Taunton 3432 

King's Lynn 3555 Inverness District 4372 

Boston 3892 Denbigh District 4481 

Hereford 3732 Shrewsbury 4548 

Canterbury 4050 Kidderminster 4553 

There is one two-membered constituency with less than 10,000 electors 
— Bath (7661). Both Members are Tories. 

In Ireland 4 boroughs have less than 5000 electoi^ : — 

Kilkenny 1489 I Galway 2264 

Newry 1939 | Waterford 3423 

The Smallest Counties. 
There are very few county constituencies in Great Britain having 
less than 6000 electors. Of these one only (Rutland) is in England, the 
rest (4) in Scotland : — 

Sutherlandshire 2783 I Rutland 4093 

Buteshire 3485 Caithness-shire 4178 

Peebles and Selkirk 3619 | 

In Ireland there are 11 such constituencies :— 



KastWioklow 4648 

King's Coimty (Tullamore) 4732 

Queen's County (Ossory) 4747 

North Westmeath 4791 

North Kildare 4928 



South Longford 3770 

North Longford ... 3890 

East Waterford 4074 

West Waterford 4075 

WestWicklow 4444 

King's County (Birr) 4627 

Some Interesting Facts about Constituencies. 

(1) The largest constituency is the Romford division of the County 
of Essex, containing 41,759 electors (an increase of 2601 in one year) ; 
the smallest, the borough of Kilkenny, with 1489 electors. 

(2) The largest borough constituency is Newcastle-upon-Tyne (two 
Members), with 35,771 electors. 

(3) The largest single merriber borough constituency is Wandsworth, 
with 27,403 electors; the next largest, Cardiff, with 26,144; the 
smallest, Kilkenny, with 1489 electors. 

(4) The largest county constituency is the Romford division of 
Essex (41,759 electors), the next largest being the Walthamstow 
division of the same county (32,945 electors) ; the smallest (a) English, 
Rutland (4093 electors) ; (6) Welsh, Radnor (5290 electors) ; (c) ScoUish, 
Sutherlandshire (2783), and (d) Irish, South Longford (3770). 



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CONTESTED BY-ELECTIONS, 1900-4. 



[Where there have been two by-elections in one constituency, the figures in the first 
are given in italics. Only the second by-election is included in the statistical summary 
at the end. Irish Elections are not included. 

Votes cast for Labour candidates are included in the Liberal total, as havinir been 
cast against the Gk>vemment. 

Constituencies where the Liberal party gained a seat {e.g., Newmarket) are printed 
in capitals ; those where the Government gained a seat {e.g. Devonport) in italics.] 



1900. 

Blackpool 

1901. 


By.El 

5589 


BOtiOIl. 

0. 
7059 


L. 

3487 


0. 

6536 


Oovern 

Ii088 

invc 
1579 


ment 

Gain 
lies. 


Stretford 


5791 


7088 


4938 


7591 


1356 




Maidstone 


2375 


2182 


2201 


2163 


156 




Monmouth District 


4261 


4604 


3727 


4415 


345 




Oswestry 

SafltonWalden 


31^ 


1^18 


3598 


U605 






3994 


3202 


3247 


3137 


682 




8tratford-on-Avon 


2977 


4755 


2827 


4596 




7 ' 


Andover 


3473 


3696 


3108 


4559 


1228 




N.E.Ldnark 


7669 


567S 


71W 


5567 






1902. 














Hampstead 

Dewflbury 


2118 
7266 


3843 
4512 


2239 


3848 
3897 


606 


116 


Sheffield (BcclesaU) 

Wakefield 


4119 


5231 


3230 


5059 


717 




1979 


2960 


3166 


2864 




282 


BURY 


4213 


3799 


3283 


4132 


1263 




NORTH LEEDS 


7539 


6781 


4995 


7512 


3275 




Sevenoaks 


4442 


5333 


1792 


6604 


3921 




Devonport 

Cleveland 


3767 


3785 


3582 


31,26 






5834 


3796 


5508 


4060 


608 




KastToxteth 


3233 


3610 


1706 


36?!8 


1545 




ORKNEY AND SHETLAND 


4413 


740 


2017 


2057 


3713 




1903. 














NEWMARKET 


4414 


3907 


3218 


4295 


1584 




West Derby 

WOOLWICH 


3251 


5455 


1686 


4622 


732 




8687 


5458 


3857 


6662 


6034 




RYE 


4910 


4376 


2887 


5376 


3023 




Chertsey 


14509 


5700 


3080 


5367 






Camborne 


3558 


2869 


3101 


2993 


581 




Preston 


6490 


8639 


4834 


8505 


1522 




Barnard Castle 


6179 


3323 


5036 


3545 


1365 




ARGYLL 


4326 


2740 


3234 


3834 


2186 


' 


ST. ANDREWS BURGHS ... 


1324 


1288 


1094 


1148 


90 




Rochester 


1983 


2504 


1673 


2152 




42 1 


Leamington 


2499 


2689 


1954 


2785 


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Chorley 


4798 


6226 


2806 


5867 


1631 


1 


Dulwich 


4382 


5819 


2176 


5258 


1645 


', 


Lewisham 


5697 


7709 


2895 


5309 


402 


j 


Ludlow 

1904. 
Mid Devon 


3423 


4393 


2146 


5965 


2849 


Z I 


5034 


,S558 


4487 


3716 


705 




NORWICH 


11,016 


6756 


7270 


8100 


5090 




Gateshead 


8220 


7015 


6657 


5711 


259 




AYR BURGHS 


3221 


3177 


2511 


3101 


634 




MID HERTS 


4757 


4625 


2573 


4997 


?5o6 




South Birmingham 


2223 


5299 


1257 


4830 


497 




Normanton 


6855 


2909 


5025 


3606 


2527 




EAST DORSET 


5929 


5109 


4680 


4776 


916 




Market Harboro' 


7843 


6110 


7269 


5946 


410 




DEVONPORT 


6219 


5179 


3582 


3426 


884 




Sowerby 


6049 


3877 


5528 


4067 


711 




Chertsey 

OSWESTRY 


4876 


5425 


3060 


5367 


1738 




4542 


4157 


3598 


4605 


1392 




Reading 

N.E. LANARK 


4770 


4540 


4592 


4353 




9 


9603 


4677 


7120 


5567 


3373 




IsleofThanet 


3666 


4048 


2857 


3901 


662 




West Monmouth 


7995 


3360 


5976 


2401 


1060 




Horsham 


3604 


4388 
224,797 


2666 


4150 
227,616 


700 




Total 


245,959 


179,842 


-— — ^ 













Net loss 


68,936 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 



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BY-ELECTION SUMMARIES. 



155 



SUMMARY, CONTESTED BY-ELECTIONS, 1900-4. 

(EXCLUSIVE OF IRELAND.) 

(A)— Seats. 

1886. 188G. 1992. 1896. 1900. ^^-SS-^f""' 

Liberal 25 ... 14 ... 19 ... U ... 15 ... 28 

Conservative 25 ... 36 ... 31 ... 36 ... 35 .„ 22 

Majority ... — C22 C 12 C22 C20 L6 

(B)~VOTBS. 

By.E)ection8, 1900 (or latest previous 
1900^ contest). 

Opposition vote 245,959 179,842 increase 37 per cent. 

Ministerialist vote 224,797 227.616 decrease 1 „ „ 

Majority ... L 21,162 C 47,774 



BY-ELECTIONS: LOSS AND GAIN. 

(EXCLUSIVE OF IRELAND.) 



Government. 



Liberal, 1868-74 
Conservative, 1874-80 

Liberal, 1880-5 

Liberal, 1885-6 

Conservative, 1886-92 

Liberal, 1892^ 

Conservative, 1895-1900 
Conservative, 1900-4 ... 



27 
13 
21 

21 
9 
14 
13 



Net Gaili( + ) 
orLosB(-) 



- 7 
-17 

-20 

- 5 
-11 
-13 



PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION EXPENSES IN 1900. 

[FVom Return No. 352 of 1901.] 





Number of 
Begistored 
Efe. ton*. 


Betuming 
Officen' 
Charges. 


Total Can- 
didates' other 
Expenses. 


Number of 
Votes 
polled. 


poUsd. 


Enfirland and Wales 
Ireland 


5,287,285 
681,132 

762,51^ 


& 
119,041 

19,396- 

11,841 


& 
512,606 

93,278 

21.227 


2,883.722 
486,230 
149,393 


4/3 

4/7 
4- 


United Kingdom 


6,730,935 


150,278 


627,111 


3.519,345 


4/'4 



I^I^BBAL YEAR BOOK, 1905^^ GoOqIc 



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LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905^itzed byGoOglc 



THE GOVERNMENT MAJORITY. 



157 



THE GOVERNMENT MAJORITY. 

The Government majority in the House of Commons at the end of 1904 was 90. The 
GenercU Election figures were 13i, and the following calculation shows how the reduc- 
tvon of 44 took place ;— 



MINISTERIALISTS. 

Returned at General Election .. 

Losses at by-elections 

„ by secession 

X^^^ Gain by secession 

OPPOSITION. 

Liberals. 

Returned at General Election .. 

Gains at by-elections 

„ by secession 

Natiokalists. 

Returned at General Election .. 

Gain at by-election 

Loss by secession 



L 13, N 1 
L 9 ... 



N 



14 

^3 

I 



13 
9 



402 



2« 



186 



380 



82 





Government majority 




— 290 
90 


The thirteen Libe 
Bury. 

North Leeds. 
Orkney & Shetland. 


!ral gains at by-elec 
Newmarket. 
Woolwich. 
Rye. Argyll. 


:tions are : — 

St. Andrews District. 

Norwich. 

Ayr District. 


Mid Herts. 
East Dorset 
Oswestry. 


The nine Liberal gains by secession are ;— 


Churchill, Winston £ 
Foster, Sir M. 
Guest, Hon. Ivor. 


i. 


Kemp, Cok 
Poynder, S 
Russell, T. 


mel G. 

ir J. Dickson-. 

W. 


Seely, 
WilsoE 
Wilsor 


Major J. E. B 
I, J. (Falkirk). 



The Nationalist by-election gain is at Galway, 
secession is Major Jameson (N). 



The Ministerialist gain by 



INCOME TAX RATES 


FOR 


THE LAST FIFTY YEARS. 


s. d. 




8. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1854-1855 ... 1 2 


1865-1867 .. 


4 


1876-1878 ... 3 


1888-1893 ... 6 


1855-1857 . 


.. I i 


1867-1868 .. 


6 


1878-1880 ... 5 


1893-1894 ... 7 


1867-1858 


..0 7 


1868-1869 .. 


6 


1880-1881 ... 6 


1894-1900 ... 8 


186^-1859 . 


..0 5 


1869-1870 .. 


5 


1881-1882 ... 5 


1900-1901 ... 1 


1859-1800 . 


..0 9 


1870-1871 .. 


4 


1882-1883 ... 6^ i 1901-1902 ... 1 2 


1860-1861 . 


.. 10 


1871-1872 .. 


6 


1883-1884 ... 5 


1902-1903 ... 1 3 


1861-1863 . 


..0 9 


1872-1873 .. 


4 


1884-1885 ... 6 


1903-1904 ... 11 


1863-1864 . 


..0 7 


1873-1874 .. 


3 


1885-1887 ... 8 


1904-1905 ... 1 


1861-1865 . 


..0 6 


1874-1876 .. 


2 


1887-1888 ... 7 1 



WBERAI. TE3AR BOOK, 190§^yGoOgIe 



168 



HOUSE OF COMMONS INFORMATION, 



HOUSE OF COMMONS— SESSIONAL STATISTICS. 



1895 (Session 1) 
(Session 2) 

1896 ... 

1897 ... 

1898 ... 

1899 (Session 1] 
(Session 2) 

1900 (Session 1] 
(Session 2] 

1901 ... 

1902 ... 

1903 ... 

1904 ... 



Day of 
Meeting. 



I 



Feb. 5 
Aug. 12 
Feb. 11 
Jan. 19 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 7 
Oct. 17 
Jan. 30 
Dec. 3 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 16 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 2 



Day of Days Home 
Proroffatlon. Sat. 



DiTialoBB, 



July 6 
Sept. 5 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 9 
Oct 27 
Aug. 8 
Dec. 15 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 18 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 15 



97 
20 
124 
127 
119 
117 
9 
113 
11 
118 
181 
115 
124 



140 
38 
419 
367 
310 
363 
18 



648 



341 



Adjonmment 

*i?Tjr r^^^ TimiT 

"°^"- i moved, carried. 



2 

6 
7 
5 
5 

6 

9 
14 
3 
7 



75 



HOUSE OF COMMONS WHIPS. 



Ministerialist. 
SirA.Aoland-Hood(C) 

{Chief Whip). 
Mr. Ailwyn Fellowes (O). 
Mr. H. W. Forster (C). 
Lord Balcarres (C). 
Sir Savile Croesley (LU). 
Viscount Valentla (C). 
Marquess of Hamilton (C). 



Opposition. 
Rt. Hon. H. J. Glad- 
stone (Chief Whip). 
Mr. W. A. McArthur. 
Mr. R. K. Causton. 
Rt. Hon. C. R. Spencer. 
Mr. J. A. Pease. 
Capt J. Sinclair. 



Nationalist. 
Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bt. 
Capt. A. J. C. Donelan. 
Mr. Patrick O'Brien. 



HOUSE OF LORDS WHIPS. 



Ministerialist. 
Earl Waldegrave (C). 
Lord Churchill (C). 
Lord Lawrence (LU). 



Opposition. 
Lord Ribblesdale. 
Lord Denman. 



PRINCIPAL HOUSE OF COMMONS OFFICIALS. 

Speaker— Rt. Hon. W. Court Gully, M.P. 

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Committees— Rt. Hon. J. W. Lowther, M.P. 

Deputy Chairman— Rt. Hon. A. F. Jeffreys, M.P. 

Clerk of the House of Commons— Sir Courtbnay Ilbert. 

Clerke-Aaaiatant—A. W. Nicholson, T. L. Webster. 

Serjeant-at-Arms— H. D. Erskine. 

Deputy- Serjeant— F. R. Gossbt. 

Cfiaplain^YKN. Archdeacon Wilberforob, 

Librarian— Ralph C. Walpole, 

Speaker's Secretary— Edward Gully. 



MBBBAL TEAR BOOK, 1906i,„„„,,,,GoOgIe 



159 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 

POLL BOOK. 



1885-1904. 



The population at the Census of 1901 is given in brackets 
after the name of the Constituency. 

The figures over the name of the Candidates are the 
number of Registered Electors. In the case of By- Elections, 
this number is given after the date. 

By-Elections on acceptance of office in which the sitting 
Member is re-elected without a contest are omitted. 

It should be noted that the Parliamentary Register each 
year comes into force in England, Wales, and Ireland on 
January 1st, but in Scotland on November 1st. 



lilBEBAL YEAR 



BOOK, I90§,3y Google 



160 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

ABBRDBBN, KORTH [66, 
8256 
Dr. W. A. Hunter 

B. F. McGeagh 



4794 



1886 
798] 

Dp. W. a. Hunter (L) 



(C) 894-3800 

J. W. Thorn (IL) m 



ABBRDBBll. BOUVH [77, 
7813 
J.BryoeCL) 4548 

C. Mackenzie (Cj 1455-3093 



ABBRDBBN8HIRB, VA 

12,522 
P. Bs8lemont(L) 6509 
Col.H.W.Gordon 
(C) 3155-3354 



ABKRDBBN8HIRK, WB 

10,144 
Dr. R. Farquhar- 

8on (L) 4248 

F. H. Irvine (C) 2110-2238 
Q. Kerr (IL) 1530 

Aberdeen &; Glasgow Uni 
Abingdon— see Berkshire. 

AOORINGTON— «€e LaNCASHI 

Altringham— see Chbshir 
Andover— see Hampshire. 



ANOIiBSBT [50,606] 
9777 
R.Davie8<L) 4412 

Capt.G.P.Rayner 
(C) 3462-950 



ANTRIM, BAST [52,270] 
8773 
Capt.J.M.McCal- 

mont(C) 4180 

M.R.Dalway(L) 2105-2076 



ANTRIM, MID [46,020] 
8307 
Hon.R.T.O*Nem 

(C) 3832 

T. A. Dickson (L) 2713-1119 



Unop, 



7813 



J. Bryce (L) 



8T [73,433] 

12,522 
P. Eflslemont (L) 
W. H. Lumsden 
(C) 



Unop, 



4952 
2544-2406 



ST [65,893] 

10,144 
Dr. R. Farquhar- 

8on(L) 3854 

F. H. Irvine (C) 1667-2197 



vERsrriES— see Glasgow. 

RE. 
E. 



9777 
T. Lewis (L) 
CaptG.P.Rayner 



3727 
3421-306 



8773 
Capt. J. M. McCalmont(C) 
Unop. 



S3ffr 

Hon. R. T. O'NeiU 

(C) 4631 

J. H. M'Kelvey (N) 933-^698 



1892 

8832 
Dr. W. A. Hunter L) 

4462 
B.P.Lee(LU) 870-3592 



8876 
J. Bryoe Oi) 3513 

J.G.McCullagh 

(LU) 1768-1745 

H. H. Champion 

(Soc) 991 



11,803 
P. Esslemont (L) 5116 
CoL F. S. Russell 

(LU) 3492-1624 

Mr. Jcaslemont resigned, 
Dec. 10, 1892 (11,960):- 
T. R. Buchanan (L) 4243 
CoL F. S. RusseU 

(LU) 2917-1326 



10,027 
Dr. R. Farquharson 

(L) 3720 

Sir A. Grant, Bt. (C) 3640-80 



10,093 
T. Lewie (L) 4420 

M.Lloyd, Q.C. (LU) 270^1718 



8724 
Capt J. M. McCahnont (C) 
Unop, 



8081 
Hon. R. T. O'NeiU (C) 



Unop, 



LIBERAL YBAB BOOK, 1905«itzed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



161 



1895 

ABBRDBBN, NORTH 

9318 
Dr. W. A. Hunter (L) 

4156 
J.L.Mahon(ILP) 608-3548 
Dr. Hunter resigned. 
May 1,1896 (9434):- 
Capt. D. V. Pirie 

(L) 2909 

Tom Mann (ILP) 2479-430 



ABRRDRRN, SOUTH 

9731 



J. Bryce (L) 
D. Stewart (LU) 



3121 864 



ABHRDBH1I8HIRB, ■• 

12,157 
T. R. Buchanan 

4723 
^mith (LU) 3308-1415 



w^L 



1900 

10,047 
Capt. D. V. Pirie 

R. Williams (C) 



Bt-Elections, 190(M 



4238 
2251-1987 1 



11,383 



J. Bryce (L) 

W. C. Smith (LU) 3830-408 i 



4238 



12,404 
A. W. Maconaohle 

(LU) 
T.R Buchanan (L) 



4173 
4100-73 



ABHRDHB1I8HIRB,W. i 

10,208 
Dr. R. Farquhar- 

9on (L) 4187 

Sir A. Grant, Bt. 

(C) 3967-220 i 



10.656 
Dr. R. Farqunar- 

son (L) 
Sir A. Grant, Bt. 



(C) 



4352 
32ia-1139 



AKOLB8BT 

9993 
ElUs J. Griffith 

(L) 4224 

J. R. Roberts (C) 3197-1027 



9627 
Ellis J. Griffith (Jj) 



Unop, 



ABTRIM, BAST 

8857 8886 

Capt. J. M. McCalmont (C) CoL J. M. McCal- 

Unop. mont (C) 3582 

! Dr. King Kerr 

(IG) 2653-1 



JLNTRIM. MID 

8338 
Hon. R. T. O'Neill (C) 



8219 
Hon. R. T. O'NeiU (C) 
Uhop. Unop, , 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, l90&yGoOgTe 



162 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

ANTRIM. NORTH [i5,76i] 
8M8 
S. Maonaghten, 

Q.U. (C) 3233 

W. P. Sinclair (L) 2149-1064 
J. Pinkerton (N) 1915 



ANTRIM BOUTH, [49,206] 



1886 



W. B. Macartney 

(C) 5047 

J. D. Barbour (L) 3680-1387 

AppiJ&BY--«ee Westmorland. 
Abfon— Aee Carnarvonshire. 



AROTIiliSHIRB [80,270] 
10.011 
D. H. Macfarlane 

(L) 3340 

W.MacKinnon (IC) 2856-484 
J. S. M'Caig (L) 670 



JLRMAOH, MID [41,526] 
8170 
Prof. J. McKane 

(C) 4178 

E. Leamv (N) 2667-1511 
Prof. McKane died. 
Feb. 1, 1886 (8170) :- 
SirJ. JP. Corry, 

Bt. (C) 3830 

T. A. Dickson (L) 2974-956 



ARMAGH, NORTH [46,200] 
7947 
Maj. B. J. Saun- 

derson (C) 4192 

T. Shillinfirton(L) 2373-1819 



ARMAGH, SOUTH [37,413] 
8192 
A. Blane (N) 

Unop, 



ASHBURTON— see Devonshir 
AsHFORD— see Kent. 

A8HTON-UNDBR.LYNB 

6553 
J. E. W. Addison 



Q.C. (C) 
H.M) 



!ason (L) 



3164 
3118-46 



8848 
B. Macnaghten, 

GLC. (C) 4429 

S.C.McBbroy(L) 1910-2519 
Mr, Mcumaghten made a 
Lord ijf AppetU, 
Feb. ll,1887«605):- 
SirC.E.Lewi8(C) 3858 
S.C.Mc£lroy<L) 2526-1332 
W.A.TrailI(LU) 424 



10,824 
W. E. Macartney (C) 



Unop, 



10,011 
Col. J. W. Malcolm 

(Q 3658 

D. H. Macfarlane (L) 3045-613 



8170 
Sir J. P. Corry, Bt. 

(C) 4160 

R. R. Gardner (N) 2522- 
Sir J, P, Corry, Bt,, died, 
Dec. 17, 1891(7716):— 
Dunbar P. Barton, Q.C. 

(C) Unop, 



1892 

9035 
C. C. Connor (C) 
W. H. Dodd, Q.C. 
(L) 



4666 
2027-2639 



10,479 
W.E. Macartney (C) 



Unop. 



9874 
D. H. Macfarlane (L) 3666 
Col. J. W. Malcolm 
(C) 3586-80 



7470 
Dunbar P. Barton, Q.C. (C) 
Unop, 



7947 
Col. E. J. Saunder- 

son (C) 4570 

J. Williamson 

(X) 1677-2883 



A. Blane (N) 



8192 



Unop, 



10,153 
Col. E. J. Saunderson (C) 

tlnop. 



7523 

E. McHugh (N) 3439 

. C. L. Falkiner (C) 2242-1197 

I A. Blane (P) 59 



[51,080] 

6553 
J. E. W. Addison, Q.C. 

(C) 3049 

A. B. Rowley (L) 3049 

Mayor* 8 casting vote given 

to Mr, Addison, 



7012 
J. E. W. Addison, 



o.'V:-*-^' 



Morgan (L) 



3358 
3223-135 



J.IBERAL ySAR 300K, 1905« 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



16J 



ANTRIM, NORTH 

8d88 
Col. Hugh MoCalmtiit (C) 
bnop, 
Oen, H, McCalmont re- 
signed. 



Feb. 25, 1899 (8852): 
W. Moore (C) 



Unop, 



JLNTRIM, SOUTH 

10,547 
W. K. Macartney (C) 



1900 

8600 
W. Moore, Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



'nop. 



10,381 
W. E. Macartney 

(C) 
S. Lawther (IC) 



3674 
3081-593 



AROYLL8HIRB 

10,471 
D. N. Nicol (C) 
Sir D. H. Macfar- 
lane (L) 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Mr. Maxxirtney accepted 

Crown Office. 
Feb. 5, 1903 (10,236) :— 
C. C. Craig (C) 4164 

Dr. Keightley aC) 3615-849 



3835-135 



10,405 

D. N. Nicol (C) 3834 , Mr. Nicol died. 

I J. S. Ainsworth (L) 3234-600 Aug. 26, 1903 (10,643) :— 
I J. S. Ainsworth(L) 4326 
Chas. Stewart (C) 2740-1586 



ARMAGH, MID 

7349 I 7363 

Dunbar P. Barton, Q.C. (C) i J. B. Lonsdale (C) 

Unop. 
Mr. Barton made a Judge. 
Feb. 12, 1900 (7363):— 
J. B. Lonsdale (C) 3212 
J. (Gordon, Q.C. ((i) 1811-1401 



ARMAGH, NORTH 

10,301 
Col. E. J. Saunderson jC) 
Xfnop. 



ARMAGH, SOUTH 

7254 
E. McHugh (N) 3378 
W. M. Kavanagh 
(C) 1995-1383 



ASHTON-UNDRR-LYNB 

7152 
H. J. Whiteley (C) 3434 
W. Woods (L) 2880-764 

J. Sexton (Lab) 415 



Unop. 



10,014 
Col. E. J. Saunder- 
son (C) 3579 
J. Orr (IC) 2468-1111 



7152 

J. Campbell (N) 1646 
Dr. C. O'Neill (N) 1261-385 



7753 
H. J. Whiteley (C) 3545 
E. A. Parkyn (L) 2400-1145 
J. Johnston (Soc) 737 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. z^^^^T^ 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



164 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

ASTOM MANOR [77,326] 
10,048 
H. G. Reid (L) 4241 
R. P. Yates (C) 3088-1153 



Atteroliffe— see Sheffiel 
Aylesbury— see Buckinoha 

AYR DISTRICT [50,2J 
5449 
R. F. F. Campbell 



1886 

10,048 
G. Kynoch (C) 3495 

H. G. Reid (L) 2713-782 I 

Mr. Kifnoch died. 
March 20, 1891 (9950) :— 
Capt. Grice-Hutr 

ohinson (C) 5310 

W. P. Beaie, Q.C. 

(L) 2332-2978 

D. 

MSHIRE. 



(L) 

M.LOW 



(C) 



2118-342 



JLTRSHIRB, NORTH [87, 

Hon. H. F. i^lMbt 

<L) 6700 

R. W. C. Patrick (C) 4740-960 



ATRSHIRB, SOUTH [95, 
15,109 
Eugene Wason (L) 7357 
Gen. C.Alexander 
(C) 5946-1411 

Banbury— «ee Oxfordshire 

BJLNFFSHIRR [52,846] 
7018 
R.W.Duff(L) 3740 
M. T. S. Darling (C) 2008-1732 

Barkston Ash— see Yorksh 
Barnard Castle— see Durh 
Barnsley— see Yorkshire. 
Barnstaple— ^see Devonshi 



BARROW-INFURNBSS 

6063 
D. Duncan (L) 2958 

H. W. Schneider (C) 2612-346 
Mr. Duncan unseated. 
April 6, 1886 (6063):- 
W. S. Caine (L) 3109 
Gainsford Bruce, Q.C. 

(C) 2174-fl35 

W. M. Edmunds (I) 15 

Basingstoke— see Hampshi 
Bassetlaw— see Nottinoha 



5449 
R. F. F. Campbell 

(LU) 2673 

Capt. J. Sinclair (L) 1498-1175 
Mr. Campbell died. 
June 15, 1888 (5458) :- 
Capt. J. Sinclair (L) 2321 
Hon. Evelyn Ashley 

(LU) 
Capt. Sinclair resigned. 
March 25, 1890 (5798) :- 
J. Somervell (C) 2610 
E. Routledge (L) 2480-130 

916] 

12,465 
Hon. H.F. Elliot (LU) 

Unop. 



455] 

15,109 
Hon. G. R. Vernon 

(LU) 6123 

Eugene Wason (L) 6118-5 



7018 
R. W.Duff(L) 2583 
Sir C. Grant (LU) 1394-1189 

IRE. 
AM. 



[57,586] 

6063 
W. S. Caino (LU)^ 3212 
J. S. Ainsworth (L) 1882-1330 
Mr, Caine resigned. 
July 2, 1890 (6034) :- 
J. A. Duncan (L) 1994 
H. H. Wainwright 

(C) 1862-132 

W. S. Caine (LU) 1280 

RE. 
M8HIRB. 



1892 

10,431 
Capt. Grice-Hutr 

cninson (C) 
I. Ward (Lab) 



5300 
1313-3987 



6245 
W. Birkmyre (L) 
J. Somervell (C) 



2760 
2753-7 



12,261 
Hon. T. H. A. E. 

Cochrane (LU) 5346 
Sir W. Wcdderburn, 

Bt. (L) 4898-448 



14,912 
Eugene Wason (L) 6535 
SirW. Arrol (LU) 6338-197 



7185 
R. W. Duff(L) 2293 

M. M. Barry (C| 1424-889 
Mr. Duff appointed Gover- 
nor of New South Wales. 
March 15, 1893 (7241) :— 
Sir W. Wedderbum, 

Bt. (L) 3166 

J. A. Grant (C) 2395-771 



C. W. Cayzer (C) 
J. A. Duncan (L) 



3312 



LIBERAIi YBAB BOOK, 1906. 



Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



165 



1895 

A8TOM MANOR 

10^2 
Capt. Grice-Hut- 

oninson (C) 
J. Lawson (Lab) 



1675-3^8 



AYR DISTRICT. 

6494 
C.Ii.Orr.Ewing (03057 
W. Birkmyre O.) 2722-335 



ATRSHIRB, NORTH 

12,837 
Hon. T. H. A. E. 

Cochrane (LU) 6612 
W. Robertson (L) 4902-710 



ATRSHIRB, SOUTH 

15,463 
SirW.Arrof(LU) 6875 
Eugene Wason (L) 6325-^50 



BANFFSHIRB 

7520 
Sir W. Wedder- 

bnrn, Bt. (L) 2977 
J. A. Grant (C) 2467-610 



BARROW IN-FURNBSS 

6665 I 

C. W. Cayzer (C) 3192 
W.C.Bonnei3ee(L) 2355-^37 I 
P. Curran (Lab) 414 , 



1900 

12,339 
Evelyn Cecil (C) 



Uruyp, 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



C. L. Orr-Ewing (C) 3101 
Col. E. C. Browne (L) 2511^590 



Mr, Orr-Bwing c 

January 29, 1904 (7240) :- 



J. Dobbie (L) 
G. Younger (O 



3177-44 



13,657 
Hon. T. H. A. E. 



Cochrane (LU) 
A. WiUiamson (L) 4791-1194 



5965 



15,941 
Sir W. Airol (LU) 
A. Johnson-Fergu- 
son (L) 



6615 
575a-862 



8156 
A. W. Black (L) 2768 
G. Watt, Q.C. (C) 2470-298 



7755 
Sir C.W. Cayzer (C) 



Unop, 



LIBERAL 



YEAR BOOK, ^^^QoO^ 



166 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



BATH [52,773] 
2 seats. W3fl 
R. S. Blaine (C) 3208 
E. R. Wodehouse (L) 2990 
Col. R. P. Laurie (C) 2971-19 
SlrA.D.Hayter,Bt. 
(L) 2853 



BATTBRSB A [102,469] 
10.019 
O. V. Morgan (L) 4250 
J. B. Cooke (C) 3547-712 

BEDFORD r35,144] 

Samuel Whitbread 

(L) 1588 

J. H. de Ricci (C) 1286-302 

BBDFORD8HIRB, MORT 

13,322 
C. Mamiiac (L) 6037 
Capt. W. G. Bart- 
telot (C) 4422-1615 

BBDFORDSHIRB, 80UT 



1886 

6637 
B. R. Wodehouse 

(LU) 3309 

Col. R. P. Laurie (C) 3244 
SirA.D.Haytep,Bt 

F. W. Vemey (L) 



10,019 
O. Y. Morgan (L) 3683 
E. C. WiUis, Q.C. (C) 3497-186 



3134 

Samuel Whitbread 



j.*^ 



de Ricci (C) 



1399 
1376-23 



12,106 
Cyril Flower (L) 
S. Gedge (C) 



6080 
3871-2209 



BBIiFJLST, BAST [121,520] 
8666 
B.S.W.DeCobain 

(C) 3033 

Sir J. P. Corry, Bt. ' 

(C) 2929-104 

R. W. Murray (L) 870 



BBIiFJLST, NORTH 

6831 

W. Ewart (C) 3915 
A. Bowman (L) 1330-2585 



BBIiFJLST, SOUTH [73,385] 
6740 
W. Johnston (C) 3610 
J. Workman (L) 990-2620 
Dr. R. Seeds (C) 871 



H, OP BIOOIiBSWJLDB 

13,322 
Viscount Baring 

(LU) 4853 

C. Magniac (L) 4371-482 

H, OP IiUTOM r73,650] 

Cyril Flower *(L) 4275 
Capt. W. G. Bartte- 
lot (C) 3602-673 



E. S. W. De Cobain 

(C) 5055 

R. McCalmont (N) 1239^16 
Mr, De Cobain expelled, 
March 9, 1892 (11,^) :- 
G. W.Wolff (C) 4743 
Sir W.T.Charley. 
Q.C. (C) 2607-2136 



6831 
W. Ewart (C) 4522 

J. Dempsey (N) 732-3790 
Mr. Ewart died. 
August 12, 1889 (6469) :— 
Sir B. J. Harland, Bt. jC) 

Xlnop. 



1892 



Col. Wyndham Mur- 
ray (C) 3198 

E. R. Wodehouse 
(LU) 3177 

T. P. Baptie (L) ,2981-196 

Gen. Sir John Adye 
(L) 2941 



12,381 
J. Bums (liab) 5616 
W. M. Chinnery (C) 4067-1559 



Samuel Whitbread 






uy Pym (C) 



1850 
1732-118 



[62,446] 

13,686 
G. W. E. Russell (L) 5600 
Visct. Baring (LU) 

505&-544 



12,642 
Cyril Flower (L) 5296 
Col. O. T. Duke (LU) 4277-1019 
Mr. Moicer raised to peer- 
age as Lord Battersea. 
September 29, 1892 (12642) :— 
S. Howard Whit- 
bread (L) 4838 
Col. O. T. Duke (LU) 4506-242 



11,339 
G.W. Wolff (C) 



6740 
W. Johnston (C) 
A. M'Brlean (N) 



4542 
657-3885 



Unop, 



8610 
Sir E. J. Harland, Bt. (C) 

Unop. 



7563 
W. Johnston (C) 



Unop. 



LIBERAL YBAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1G7 



1895 

BATH 

7059 
Col. 'Wyndham 

Murray (C) 3446 

E. R. Wodehouse 



IrW.M. 



Sir W. M. Conway 

(L) 2917-441 

J. M. F. FuUer (L) 2865 

BMTTMBLSEM. 

12 880 
J. Bums (La\)) 5019 
C. Ridley Smith (C) 4766-253 

BBDFORD 

4179 
C. GnyPym (C) 1976 
S. H. WMtbread (L) 1810-166 



BBDFORDSHIRB, MORT 

13,744 
Lord Alwyne 

Compton (LU) 5643 
G. W. B. RuBsell (L) 6376-267 

BBDFORDSHIRB, BOUT 

12,760 
T. O. Ashton (L) 6430 
CoL O. T. Duke 
(LU) 6244-186 



BBLFABT, BAST 

13,036 
G. W. Wolff (C) 



1900 



7300 

Col. Wyndham Mur- 
ray (C) 3486 

E. R. Wodehouse 

(LU) 3439 

D. Maclean (L) 2606-834 

A. C. Morton (L) 2649 



14,420 
J. Bums (Lab) 
R. Garton (C) 



4711 
C. Guy Pym (C) 
Percy Barlow (L) 



6860 
5606-264 



2115 

184&-267 



H, or BIOOUBBWADB 

13,607 
Lord Alwyne Compton 
(LU) Unop, 



H, OS LUTON 

13,317 
T.G. Ashton (L) 5474 
G.Emott(LU) 6371-103 



BT-EuEcnoNs, 1900-4 



Unop. 



BBIiFABT, BORTH 

9418 
Sir E. J. Harland, Bt. (C) 

Unop, 
Sir EL J, Harland died, 

Jan. ^1896 (9201):— 
SirJ.H.Hasiett(C)3506 
A. Turner (IC) 3434-161 

BBLFABT, SOUTH 

8192 
W. Johnston (C) 



14.566 
G.W. Wolff (C) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



10,117 
Sir J. H. Hasiett 



(IC) 



r. Harrison 



4172 
1856-2317 



8441 
W. Johnston (C) 



Unop, 



Mr. Johnston died. 
Aug, 19, 1902 (11,246) :— 
T. H. Sloan (IC) 3795 
C. W. Dunbar Buller 
(C) 



LIBBBAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



by Google 



Id8 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1866 



1886 



BBLFAST. WBST [64,480] 

8131 8131 

J. H. Haslett (C) 3780 T. Sexton (N) 

T. Sexton (N) 3743-37 J. H. Haolett (C) 



1882 



8334 
3832 H. O. Arnold'Forster 

3729-103 (LU) 4266 

T. Sexton (N) 3427-^839 



BBRKSHIRB, BAST, or WOKIMOHJLM [67,640] 

8258 9258 10,142 

Sir G. RusseU, Bt. Sir G. Russell, Bt. (C) SirG.Ru88eU.Bt.(C)4966 

(C) 4710 Uruyp, ■ F. J. Patton (L) 2738-2248 

E. Lawrence (L) 3062-1648 | 



BBRKSHIRB. 



P. Wroufirhton (C) 4245 

R. Purvis (L) 2986-1259 

BBRKSHIRB, SOUTH, 

10,453 
W. G. Mount (C) 4631 
G. Palmer (L) 4429-202 

Bermondsey— «ee Southwa 

BERWICK-ON-TWEBD-nSee No 

BBRWIGKSHIRB [30,888] 
5964 
Hon. E. Marjori- 

banks (L) 3758 

Col.D.M.Home (C) 1225-2533 



NORTH, lor ABIMGDOM [46,037] 
8791 



BBTHNJLIi GRBBN, NO 

7102 
G. HoweU (L) 3095 
J. D. Mayne (C) 1844-1251 



BBTHNAIi GRBBN, SO 

E. H. PickeragiU (L)3088 
Capt. J. E. F. Ayl- 
mer (C) 

Bewdley— see Worcesters 
Biggleswade— «ee Bedford 

BIRKBNHBJLD [110,915] 
12,115 
Gen.SirE.B. Ham- 
ley (C) 5733 
W. R. Kennedy, 
Q.C. (L) 4560-1173 



P. Wroughton (C) 3899 

E. C. Keevil (L) 1910-1989 

or NBWBURY [55,772] 

10,453 
W. G. Mount (C) 

Unop. 

RK. 
RTHUMBBRLAND. 



5964 
Hon. E. Maijori- 

bankR (L) 2778 

R. H. EUlot (LU) 1177-1601 



8585 
P. Wroughton (C) 
C. A. Pryce (L) 



10,338 
W. G. Mount (C) 
T. Stevens (L) 



3565 



4588 

3986-650 



RTH-BAST [64.873] 

7102 
G. HoweU (L) 2278 

E. J. Stoneham (LU) 1906-372 



UTH-WBST[64,854] 

E. H. Pickersgill (L) 2560 
Capt. J. E. F. Ayi- 
mer (C) 2001-^9 

HIRE. 

shire. 



12,115 
Gen. Sir E. B. Ham- 
ley (C) 5255 
'RKei 



W.R. Kennedy, Q.C. 
(L) 



4066-1169 



5644 
Hon. E. Maijorl- 

banks (L) 2704 

C. B. Balfour (C) 1966-748 
Mr. Marjoribanks suc- 
ceeded to peerage as 
Lord Tweedmoutti, 
March 29, 1894 (5442):- 
H. J. Tennant (L) 2722 
C. B. Balfour (C) 2157-565 



7438 

G. Howell (L) 2918 

H. H. Marks (C) 2321-507 

H. R. Taylor (Lab) 106 

R. Ballard (I) 23 



7821 
E. H. Pickersgill (L) 3206 
T. Benskin (C) 2171-1035 



13,031 
Visct. Bury (C) 5760 

W. H. Lever (L) 5156-004 
Visct, Bury succeeded to 
peerage as Lord Albe- 
marle. 
Oct. 17, 1894 (14,293):- 
Elliott Lees (CJ 6149 
W. H. Lever (L) 6043-106 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-19C4. 



169 



1895 

BBIiFAST, WBST 

9019 
H. O. Arnold-Foreter (LU) 
Unop, 



BBRKSHIRB, BAST, or 
10,722 
Sir G. Russell, Bt.(C) 

Unop. 
Sir O. Bttsaell, Bt., died, 
March 30, 1898 (11,189) :— 
CaptO. Young (C) 4726 
G. W. Palmer (L) 3690-1036 

BBRKSHIRB, NORTH, 

8615 
A.K.Loyd,Q.C.(C)4064 
C. A. Pryce (L) 3019-1046 



WOKINGHAM 

11,465 
Capt. O. Young (C) 



BBRKSHIRB. SOUTH, 

10,621 
W.G. Mount (C) 4895 
Sir J. Swinburne, 
Bt. (L) 3766-1129 



BBRWIGKSHIRB 

5509 
H. J. Tennant (L) 2673 
C. B. Balfour (C) 216^-507 



BBTHNAL GRBBN, NO 

7431 
M. M. Bhownag- 

gree (C) 2S91 

G. Howell (L) 2431-160 



1900 



9552 



H. O. Arnold-Forster (LU) 
Unop. 



By-Elections, 1900-4 

, Mr. Arnold -Forater ap- 
vointed Secretary for 

I Oct 23; 1903 (8617) :— 
H. O. Arnold-Forster 
^(LU) 3012 

P. Dempsey (N) 3671-241 



Unop. 



Capt. Young resigned. 
July 12 1901 (11,489) :— 



E. Gardner (C) 



Un^p. 



OS ABINGDON 

8696 
A. K. Loyd, Q.C. (C) 



or NBWBURT 

10,595 
W. A. Mount (C) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



BBTHNAL ORBBN, 

7855 



5492 
H. J. Tennant (L) 2518 
I^rd Dunglass (C) 1968-^50 



RTH-BAST 

8012 
Sir M. M. Bhownag- 

gree (C) 2988 

H. li. W. Lawson (L) 2609-379 



E. H. Pickersgill (L) 2603 
W. A. Statham (C) 2324-279 



BIRKBNHBJLD 

14,277 
ElUott Lees (C) 6178 
W. H. Lever (L) 5974-204 



SO UTH-WBST 

8128 



S. F. Ridley (C) 

E. H. Pickersgill (L) 2514^348 



15,486 
Sir Elliott Lees, Bt. (C) 

Unop. 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



I by Google 



170 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



BIRMIMOHAM, BORDB 

11,178 
H. Broadhurst (L) 5362 
W. ShoweU (C) 4019-1343 

BIRMIMOHJLM, GBMTR 

10,923 
John Bright (L) 4969 
Lord R. Churchill 
(C) 4216-773 



BIRMIMOHJLM, BJLST 



SIiBT [90,018] 

11,178 I 12,876 

Jesse Collings (LU) 4475 ! Jesse Collings (LU) 6380 

Lawson Tait (L) 1040-3435, W. J. Davies (L) 2658-3722 



W. Cook (L) 
F. W. Lowe C) 



4277 
3025-1252 



1886 



1892 



Kti [54,187] 



10,£ 



Unop. 



John Bright (LU) 
Mr. Bright died. 
April 15, 1889 (11,851) : - 
J. A. Bright (LU) 5621 
W.P.Beale, Q.C. (L) 2561-3060 



11 904 
J. A. Bright (LU) 
i J. Herbert (L) 



1522-4003 



[82,557] 

9382 
H. Matthews, Q.C. 

<C) 
W. Cook (L) 



BIRMIMOHAM, BDOBA 

8693 
G. Dixon (L) 4006 

Sir J. B. Wilmot, 
Bt. (C) 29(^7-1191 



8TOM [77,588] 

8G9£ 
G. Dixon (LU) 



3341 
2592-789 



Unop. 



10,404 
H. Matthews, Q.C. 

(C) 5041 

H. C. Fnlford (L) 
D. S. Collin (I) 296 



10,224 
G. Dixon (Ltf) 



BIRMIMOHAM, NORTH [60,328] 

9427 9427 

W. Kenrick (L) 4179 W. Kenrick (LU) 

H. Matthews, Q.C. 
(C) 3661-618 



BIRMIMOHAM, SOUTH 

10,643 
J.Powell Williams 

(L) 5099 

H. Hawkes (C) 3311-1788 



BIRMIMOHAM, WBST 

10,329 
J. Chamberlain (L) 5419 
J. Dmnphreys (C) 2656-2764 



BiRR-nsee King's County. 
Bishop Auckland— sec Du 

BI«AGKBURM [127,6 
2 aeato. 16,329 
W. Coddington 



[72,185] 

10,643 
J. Powell Williams (LU) 

Unop. 



[76,341] 

10,3S 
J. Chamberiain (LU) 



<C) 
Sir Roberi; Peel, 



9168 



Bt.(C) 
W. E. B] 
J. N. Bool 

(L) 



8425 
(L) 6740 1685 

FUl 

5341 



Blackpriars & Hutcheson 
Blackpool— see Lancashir 
Bodmin— «cc Cornwall. 



9615 
! W. Kenrick (LU) 
Unop. ] E. Bloor (L) 



Unop. 



4814 
2089-2726 



Unop. 



RHAM County. 



16,329 
W. Coddington (C) 
W. H. Homby (C) 



Unop. 



TOWN— sec Glasgow. 

E. 



10,814 
J. Powell Williams 

(LU) 5193 

W. J. Lancaster (L) 2270-2923 



11,554 
J. Chamberiain 

(LU) 
Come Grant (L) 
J. W. Mahony (I) 



1879-4418 
31 



W. H. Hornby (C) 9265 
W. Coddington (C) 9046 
W. Taylor (L) 7272-1774 

E. Heyworth (L) 6694 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



171 



BIRMINGHAM, BORDB 

13,824 
Jesse Comng8(LU)eO(H 
W. Cook(Lr 2164-3850 

BIRMINGHAM, CBNTR 

11,806 
E. Parkes (LU) 

Unop. 



BIRMINGHAM, BAST 

11,318 
SirJ.B. Stone (C) 

Unop, 



BIRMINGHAM, BDOBA 

10,791 
G. Dixon (LU) Unop, 

Mr. Dixon died. 
Feb. 15, 1898 (11,087):- 
F. W. Lowe (C) l/wop. 

BIRMINGHAM, NORTH 

9753 
W. Kenrick (LU) 4647 
W.J. Lanca8ter(L) 1213-3334 
Mr. Kenrick resigned. 
Feb. 14, 1899 (10,168):- 
J. T. Middlemore (LU) 

CTnop. 

BIRMINGHAM, SOUTH 

11,604 
J.PoweU Williams 
(LU) 4830 

\ Priestman (L) 1257-3673 



1900 

SIiBT 

16,199 
Jesse CoUings (LU) 



All 

12,010 
E. Parkes (LU) 



Wf 



BIRMINGHAM, WBST 

11.647 
J. Chamberlain 

(LU) 5537 

Dr. B. O'Connor 

(L) 125&4278 



BLACKBURN 

18.275 
W. H. Hornby (C) 9553 
W. Coddington (C) 9150 
T. P. Ritzema (L) 6840-2310 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Unop. 



Unop. 



13,070 
SirJ.B. Stone (C) 4989 
J. V. Stevens (L) 2835-2164 



STON 

12,015 
F. W. Lowe (C) 



Unop. 



9930 
J. T. Middlemore (LU) 

Unop. 



12,564 
J. Powell Williams (LU) 

Unop. 



Mr. Williama died. 
Feb. 26, 1904 (11,984):- 
Visct. Morpeth 

(LU) 5299 

J. Hirst HoUowell 

(L) 2223-3076 



13,035 
J. Chamberlain (LU) 



Unop. 



19,496 

Sir W. H. Hornby, 
Bt.(C) 11,247 

Sir W. Codding- 
ton, Bt. (C) 9415 

P. Snowden (Soc) 7096-2319 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 190§^yGoOQle 



172 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

BOIiTON [190,611] 
2 8eat8. 16,063 
H. Shepherd-CroKS 

(C) 7933 

Col. Hon. F. C. 

Bridgeman (C) 7655 
J. K. Cross (L) 6725-930 
J. P.Thomasson (L) 6228 
H. M. Richardson 

(I) 1191 

BooTLE— see Lancashire. 

BORDESLBY— see BiRMlNOHA 



1886 



1892 



1295 



BOSTON [20,456] 
2718 
W. J. Ingram (L) 
N. Learoyd (C) 



BoswoRTH— see Leicesters 
Bow A Bromley— see Towe 



BRADFORD, CBNTRAIi 

11,297 
W. E. Forster (L) 5275 
G. M. Waud (C) 3732-1543 
Mr. Forster died. 
April 21, 1886 (11,297) :— 
G. J. Shaw-Lef evre 

(L) 4407 

E. Brodie Hoare 

(C) 3627-780 



BRADFORD, BAST [88,237 
10,887 
A. Holden (L) 4713 

J. Taylor CO 4367-346 



16,063 17,772 

H. Shepherd-Cross , H. Shepherd-Cross 

(C) 7780 (C) 8429 

Col. Hon. F. C. Col. Hon. F. C. 

Bridgeman(C) 7668 I Bridgeman (C) 8140 

J. C. Haslam (L) 6462-1216 I F. Taylor (L) 7575-565 

R. C. Richards (L) 6314 I G. Harwood (L) 7536 



2718 
H. J. F. Atkinson (C) 1192 
W. J. Ingram (L) 1144-48 

HIRE. 

R Hamlets. 



[60,957] 

11,297 \ 

G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 

(L) 4410 i 

C. M. Norwood (LU) 3951-459 \ 



3054 
W. J. Ingram (L) 1356 
Hon. G. Wmoughby 
(C) 



11,434 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 

(L) 4710 

Marquess of Lome 

(LU) 424^465 



10,887 
H. Byron Reed (C) 
A. Holden (L) 



4519 
4223-296 



BRADFORD, WBST [79,431] 

9424 I 9424 

A. Ulingworth (L) 4688 i A. Illingworth (L) 3975 

H. Byron Reed )C) 3408-1280 \ A. W. StirUng (LU) 2623-1352 



12,556 
W. S. Caine (L) 
H. Byron Eeed (C) 



5575 
6373-202 



10,911 

A. Illingworth (L) 3306 

E. Flower (C) 3053-253 

Ben Tillett (Lab) 2749 



BRBCKNOCKSHIRB [57,213] 

9520 I 9520 

W. F. Maitland (L) 4784 i W. F. Maitland (L) 

Hon.A.Morgan(C)3282-1502 



Brentford— see Middlese 
Bridgetown— see Glasgow 
Bridgewater— see Somersj 
Brigg- see Lincolnshire. 



Unop. 



10,551 
W.F. Maitland (L) 4676 
Capt T. Wood (C) 3418-1258 



I ^ 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905.Digitized byGoOQlC 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



17S 



BOIiTON 

18,183 
H. Shepherd-Cross 

JC) 8494 

G. Harwood (L) 8453 
Col. Hon. F. C. 

Bridgeman (C) 7901-552 
F. Brocklehurst 

(IL) 2694 



BOSTON 

3299 
W. Garflt(C) 
Sir W. J. Ingram, 
Bt.(L) 



1633 . 
1237-396 



BRADFORD, CBNTRAIi 

10,316 
J. L. Wanklyn (LU)4024 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 
(L) 3983-41 



BRADFORD, BAST 

12,997 
H. Byron Keed(C) 5843 
W. S. Caine (L) 5139-704 
Mr. Byron Reed died. 
Nov. 10, 1896 (13,15?) :— 
Capt. Hon. K. H. F. 

GreviUe (C) 4921 

A. Billson (L) 4526-395 

J.KeirHardie(ILP) 1953 



BRADFORD, WBST 

11,200 
E. Flower (C) 3936 

J. C. Horsf all (L) 3471-465 
''BenTillett(Lab) 2264 



1900 

19,716 
H. Shepherd-Cross (C) 
G. Harwood (L) 



Urwp, 



BY-ELEcnoN8, 1900-4 



W. Garfit (C) 

W. T. Simonds (L) 



1710 
1155-555 



10,442 
J. L. Wanklyn (LU) 4634 
A. Anderton (L) 4007-627 



14,189 
Capt Hon. R. H. F. 

Greville (C) 
W. E. B. Priestley 

(L) 
J. Sheldon (Lab) 



6121 



5514-607 I 
111 ! 



12,340 

E. Flower (C) 

F. W. Jowett (Lab) 



BRBCKNOCKSHIRB 

10,849 
C. Morley (L) 4594 

Col. T. Wood (C) 



i 11,584 

i C. Morley (L) 



4990 
4949-41 



Unjop. 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1905. 



by Google 



lU 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



BRIGHTON ri53,386] 
2 seats. 14,8i& 
W. T. Marriott, 

Q.C. (C) 7047 
D. Smith (C) 7019 
J. W. Probyn (L) 4899-2120 
: (L) 4865 



J. R. HoUond ( 



Briohtsidb — «ee Sheffibl 

BRISTOL, BAST [86,563] 
9506 
H. Ck)88ham (L) 4647 
J. B. BiB8eU(C) 



BRISTOL, NORTH [83,514] 
9002 
Lewis Fry (L) 4110 
C.E.BLA.Ck)l8ton 
(C) 3046-1064 

BRISTOL, SOUTH [83,162 
10,384 
J. D. Weston (L) 4217 
CoLKS. HiU(C) 4121-96 



BRISTOL, WEST [68,706] 
7667 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 
Bt. (C) 3876 

B. De C. Nixon (L) 246^1413 

Brixton— *e« Lambeth. 
Bromley— see Bow * Brom 

BUCKINOHAMSHIRB, 

10,535 
Baron F. de Roths- 

chUd (L) 5476 

F. Charsley (C) 2624-2852 

C. J. Clarke (R) 296 



BUCKINOHAMSHIRB, 

11^7 
Capt. E. H. Vemey 

(L) 6462 

Sir S. Wilson (C) 4006-1456 



1886 

14,848 
D. Smith (C) 5063 

W. T. Marriott, 

Q.C. (C) 5875 

W. HaU (L) 
Mr. Smith died. 
Nov. 29, 1886 (14,848) :— 
Sir W.T. Robertson (C) 

l/nop. 
Sir W. T. Bobertsan died, 
Oct 25. 1880 (15,307) :- 
G. W. K. Loder (C) 7132 
Sir Robert Peel, 

Bt. (L) 4625-2507 

D. 



9506 
H. Cossham (L) 3672 
J. InskipCC) 1936-1736 

Mr. Cossham died. 
May 9. 1890 (10,310) :— 
Sir J. D. Weston 

(L) 4775 

J. InsWp (C) 1900-2875 

J. H. Wilson (Lab.) 602 

9002 
Lewis Fry (LU) 3587 
A. Carpenter (L) 2737-850 



10 384 
Col. E. S.HiU'(C) 4447 
Sir J. D. Weston 
(L) 342^1024 



7657 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 

Bt. (C) 3819 

J. Judd (L) 1801-2018 

LEY. 



MID, OF AYLESBURY [56,991] 

10.535 
Baron F. de Roths- 
child (LU) 4723 
C. D. Hodgson (L) 1680-3043 



NORTH, OF BUCKINGH 

11,307 
E. Hubbard (C) 4460 

Cant. E. H. Verney 

(L) 4389-71 

Mr. HvJbhard succeeded to 

peerage as Lord Adding- 

ton. 
Oct. 11, 1889 (12,565):- 
Capt. E. H. vemey 

(L) 4855 

Hon. E. Hubbard (C) 4647-208 



1892 



16,883 
G. W. K Loder (C) 7807 
SirW. T.Marriott, 

Q.C. (C) nu 

F. W. Maude (L) 5448-1686 
Sir W. T. Marriott re- 
signed 
Dec 14, 1893 (17.095):— 
B. C. Vernon- Wentworth 
(C) Unop. 



10,902 
SirJ. D.Weston (L) 

Unap. 
Sir J. D. Weston died. 
March 21, 1895 (10^) :— 
Sir W. H. Wills, bt 

(L) 3740 

H. H. Gore (Lab) 3558-182 



10,862 
C. Townsend (L) 
Lewis Fry (LU) 



11,887 
CoL Sir E. S. HiU 



J 



■^?k 



Wills (L) 



4409 
4064-345 



4990 
4442-^48 



Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 
Bt(C) 



Unop. 



10,928 
Baron F. de Roths- 
child (LU) 5515 
T. H. Dolbey (L) 



AM [59,280] 

11,618 
H. S. Leon (L) 5153 

W. W. CarUle (C) 4704^449 



Capt. Vemey expelled. 
May 28, 1891 (11,407):— 
H. S. Leon (L) 5013 

Hon. E. Hubbard (C) 4632-381 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 190^,,,ed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



Ill 



1895 

IRIGHTON 

17,083 
G.W.E.Loder (0)7878 
B. C. Vemon- 

Wentworth (C) 7490 
Sir J. Ewart (L) 5082-2408 



BRISTOL, BAST 

11,254 
SirW.H.WiUs,Bt 

(L) 4129 

S. Q. Hobson 

(Lab.) 1874-2255 



BRISTOL, NORTH 

11,490 
Lewis Fry (LU) 4702 
C. Townsend (L) 4464-238 



BRISTOL, SOUTH 

12,281 
CoL Sir E. S. Hill 

(C) 5190 

J. O'Connor Power 

(L) 4431-759 

BRISTOL, WBST 

8144 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 

Bt. (C) 3815 

H. H. Lawless (L) 1842-1973 



BUOKINGHAMSHIRB, 

10,999 
Baron F. de Rothschild 

(LU) Unov, 

Baron F, de Rothschud 

died. 
Jan. 6, 1899 ai.403) :- 
Hon. L. W. Rothschild (LU) 
Unop. 

BUOKINGHAMSHIRB, 

11,395 
W. W. Carlile (C) 5286 
H. S. Leon (L) 4830-436 



1900 

18 634 
G.W.E. Loder(C)7858 
B. C. Vemon- 

Wentworth(C) 6626 
J. Kensit (IC) 4693-1933 



13,181 
C. E. Hobhouse (L) 4979 
R. A. Sanders (C) 3848-1131 



12,157 
Sir F.Wills. Bt.(LU) 4936 
Sir C. Smith (L) 4182-754 



13,206 



5470 



W. H. Long (C) 

W. H. Da^es (L) 4859-eil 



8466 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, Bt (C) 
Unop, 



If ID, or ATLBSBURY 

11,414 
Hon. L. W. Rothschild (LU) 
Unop. 



NORTH, OF BUCKINGHAM 

11,685 
W. W. Carlile (C) 5101 
H. G. Beaumont (L) 4684-417 



BY-ELEcnoN8, 1900-4 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905, 



i-by Google 



176 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



BUCKIirGHJLMBHIRB, 

11 2fl9 
Visct CuTZon (C) 5002 
Hon. R. Carrington 
(L) 42»-853 

Buc?KR08E— »ee Yorkshire. 

BURNIiBTJ^,823] 

P. Rylands (L) .4888 



H. H. Walnwright (C) 



ig»-aB7 



Burton— «e« Staffordshir 



BURT [56,400] 
8214 
Sir Henry James, 

Q.C. (L) 3076 

J. Grant Lawson (0)3787-180 



BURT ST. BDMUNDS 

2292 
Lord F.Hervey (0)1122 
8tle 



J. A. Hardcastle 
(L) 



956-166 



BUTBBHIRB [18,641] 

2943 
J. P. B. Robertson, 

Q.O. (O) 1374 

R. A. Maclean (L) 1090-284 



1886 

SOUTH, OF WTOOMBB 

11,260 
Visct. Ourzon (O) 4620 
A. Gilbey (L) 3637-1083 



P. Rylands (LU) 4209 
J. Greenwood (L) 416643 
Mr. Rylands died. 
Feb. 19, 1887 (10,020):— 
J. SlaggML) 6021 

J. oTalThursby (0) 4481-640 
Mr. Slagg died. 
Feb. 2771*9 (11,421):— 
J. S. Balfour (L) Unop. 



8214 
Sir Henry James, Q.O. (LU) 
Unop, 



[16,255 

2292 
Lord F. Hervey (O) 1135 
Dr. F. Goodwin (L) 800-336 



2943 
J. P. B. Robertson, 

Q.O. (0) 1364 

N. McNeill (L) 819-545 

Mr. Robertson appointed 

Lord JtLStice-OeneraZ. 
Oct. 9, 1891 (3160):— 
A. Graham Murray, 

1335 
990-Si5 



CAITHNBSS-SHIRB [25, 
4320 
Dr. G. B. Olark 

(Crofter) 2110 

0. G. Sinclair (L) 1218-^92 



CAHBBRWBIiL, DULW 

8693 
J. M. Howard, 

Q.O. (0) 4406 

G. Collins (L) 2712-1694 



CAHBBRWBLL, NORTH 

8603 
R. Strong (L) 3137 

W. S. Blunt (C) 2975-162 



J. McCuioch (L) 



741] 

4320 
Dr. G. B. Clark (L) 2034 
R, Nlven (LU) 684-1460 



ICH [97,369] 

8693 
J. M. Howard Q.C. (C) 

Vi 
Mr, Howard made a 

Co. Judge, 
Deo. 1,1887 (8972):— 
J. B. Maple (O) 4021 
' " (L) 2809-1412 



'nop. 



J. Henderson ( 



[93,073] 

8603 
J. R. Kelly (0) 
E. H. Bayley (L) 
W.P.Duff(LU) 246 



2717 



1892 

[76,245] 

11,546 
Visct Curzon (C) 6030 
A. Hope Hawkins 
(L) 3988-1042 



12,619 
J. S. Balfour (L) 6450 
E. Lawrence (LU) 5035-1415 
Mr. BaJfour resigned, 
Feb. 6,^1^ (12,826):— 



Hon. P. J. Stanhope 
L) 6199 

A. Lindsay (C) 6606-693 



^: 



7831 
Sir Henry James, 

Q.O.iLU) 4070 

Dr. J. Parks (L) 



2515 
Lord F. Hervey (0) 1267 
Maj. J. E. Jameson(L)863-404 
Lord F, Hervey resigned. 
Aug. 23, 1892 (2516) :— 
Visct Chelsea (0) Unop. 

3195 
A. Graham Murray, 

Q.O. (0) 1466 

R. E. M. Smith (L) 1013-453 



Dr. G. B. Olark (L) 2134 
Sir W.J. Bell (LU) 693-1441 



11,277 
Sir J. B. Maple (0)5318 
A. Clayden (L) 3138-2180 



11,133 
E. H. BayleyJL) 

>ny (C) 



J. R. KeD 



4295 
3450-845 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 190§,gi,„ed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



177 



1895 
BUCKINGHAHSHIRB, 

12,197 
Visct. CuKson (C) 

CThop. 



BURMLBT 

13,900 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 

(L) 5454 

W. A. Lindsay (C) 5133-321 
H. M. Hyndman 

(Soc) 1496 



BURT 

7966 
J. Kenjon (C) 3890 

J. F. Cheetham (L) 3215^75 



BURY ST. BDMUNDS 

2539 
Visct Chelsea (C) 



BUTBSHIRB 

3251 
A. Graham Murray, 
Q.C. (C) Unop. 



CAITHNBSS- SHIRR 

3976 
Dr. G.B. Clark (L) 1828 
J. Cooper (LU) 528-1300 



CAHBBRWBLL, DULW 

11,960 



1900 

SOUTH, OF WTCOHBB 

13,064 
W. H. Grenf eU (C) 6111 
J. Thomas (L) 



14,303 
W. Mitchell (C) 6773 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 
(L) 6173-600 



8581 
J. Kenyon (CJ 
G. Toulmin (L) 



4132 
3283-«49 



By-Elecjtions, 1900-4 



Sir J. B. Maple (C) 5258 
C. G. Clarke (L) 



2176-3062 



OAMBRRWBLIi, NORTH 

11,064 
Mad. P. Dalbiac(C) 4009 
E. H. Bayley (L) 3316-693 
N. Palmer (Lab) 32 



2581 
Sir E. W. Greene, Bt (C) 

Unop. 



3412 
A. Graham Murray, 

Q.C. (C) 1241 

N. Xai 



amont (L) 



1046-195 



4043 
R. L. Harmsworth 

(L) 1189 

D. P. Henderson (C) 1161-28 
Dr. G. B. Clark (L) 673 
F. C. Auld (L) 141 

ICH 

12,675 
SirJ.B.Maple,Bt. (C) 

Uiu>p. 



12,397 
T. J. Macnamara 

(L) 
J. R. Diggle (C) 



Mr. Kenyon resigned. 
May 10, 1902 (8786) :- 
G. Toulmin (L) 4213 

H. L. W. Lawson 
(LU) 3799-414 



Sir J. B. Maple died 
Dec. 15, 1903 (13,515):— 
Dr. Rutherfoord 

Harris (C) 5819 

C. F. G. Masterman 

(L) 4382-1437 



3485-1335 
LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1905^ byGoOglc 



178 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

CAMBBRWKLL, PBOKH 

0713 
A. A. Baumann (01 
W. Willis. Q.C. (L) 
£. D. Rogrerri (L) 580 

CAMBORNE-«e« Cornwall. 

CAMBRIDOB [47,731] 
6180 
R. U. P. Fitzgerald 

(C) 2846 

W. Fowler (L) 2730-107 

CAMBRIDOB UNnTBRS 

2 seats. 6482 

A. J. Bereeford-Hope (C) 

H. C. Raikes (C) 

Unop, 



CAMBRIDOBSHIRB, BA 

8036 
George Newnea (L) 3031 
E.Hiolw(C) 



2060-071 



CAMBRIDOBSHIRB, NO 



iy.Q.C. (L) 3010 
I.W.Selwyn 



J. Rigby. 
Capt. C. ^ 



CAMBRIDOBSHIRB, W 

10,465 
C.Hall.Q.C.(C) 4246 
N. Goodman JL) 4161-85 

Camlaohie— see Glasgow. 

CANTBRBURY [24,260] 
3107 
J. Henniker Heaton 

(C) 1804 

Dr. W.H.S. Aubrey 
(L) 82&-075 

CARDIFF DISTRICT [167, 

12,605 

Sir E. J. Reed (L) 5560 

H. Harben (C) 5420-140 

Sir E. J. Reed cuxepted 

Feb!^, 1886 (12,^605) :— 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 5706 
J. T. Dillwyn-Llewelyn 
(C) 4845-863 



HM [91,448] 

0713 
A. A. Baumann (C) 3430 
W. Willis, Q.C. (L) 268»-751 



6180 
R. U. P. Fitzgerald 

(C> 2037 

CyrUDoddCL) 2470-458 

ITY 

6482 
A. J. Beresford'Hope (C) 
H.C. Raikes (C) 

Unop, 
Mr. Bereaford-Hope diea. 
Nov. 17,lfe7(630O):- 
Prof. G. G. Stokes (C) 

Unop. 
Mr. Baikes died. 
Oct. 0. 1801 (6582) :— 
Prof. R. C. Jebb (C) Unop. 

ST, or NBWMARKBT [48, 

8036 
George Newnes (L) 3405 
Marquess of Car- 
marthen (C) 3105-300 
W. H. HaU (LU) 208 

RTH, or WISBBCH [51,282 

0532 
Capt. C. W. Selwyn 

(C) 4160 

J. Rigbv Q.C. (L) 3082-1087 
Capt. Selwyn resigned. 
Ju& 23, 1801 (11,725):- 
Hon. A. Q. Brand (L) 3070 
S. W. Duncan (C) 3719-260 



BST, or OHBSTBRTON 

10,465 
C. Hall, Q.C. (C) 4248 
C. Smith (L) 3272-076 



3107 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 

Unop. 



502] 

12,605 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 
Hen. H. R. Brand 
(LU) 



5307 
4065-342 



1892 



10,861 

F. G. Banbury (C) 3847 

E. Jones (L) 3664-183 

B. Ellis (Lab) 95 



7362 
R. U. P. Fitzgerald 

(C> 3299 

R. C. Lehmann (L) 3044-255 



6667 
Prof. R C. Jebb (C) 
Sir John Gorst, Q.C. (C) 
Ut 



nop. 



0881 
George Newnes (I A 4391 
H. A. GiiTard, Q.C. 
(C) 3168-1223 



11,775 
Hon. A. G. Brand (L) 4311 
S. W. Duncan (C) 4189-122 
Hon. A. O. Brand accepted 

office. 
April 3, 1894 (10.514):— 
Hon. A. G. Brand (L) 4363 
CoL S. G. Stqpford- 

Sackville (C) 4227-136 

[43,317] 

10,880 
H. B. Hoare (L) 4350 
Sir C. HaU, Q.C. (C) 3952-398 



3721 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 

Ui 



16,886 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 
J. Gunn (LU) 



nop. 



7*226 
6540-686 



I 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 19(^g,,ed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



17 



C AMBBRWBIiIi, PBCKH 

11,388 
F. G. Banbury (C) 4495 
C. Clements (L) 3472-1023 



CJ&MBRIDOB 

7796 
R. U. P. Fitzgerald 

(C) 3674 

A. J. David (L) 2920-664 

I GAMBRIDOB UNIYBRS 

6726 



Prof. R. C. Jebb (q 
Sir John Gorst, 



, Q.C. 



Jnop, 



1900 

AH 

11,835 
F. G. Banbury (C) 4463 
Capt. F. Hemphill 
(L) 3061-1382 



8186 
Sir R. U. P.Fitzgerald (C) 
Unop, 



ITY 

Sir R. C. JebFjC] 



» ! CAMBRIDOBSHIRB, BA 

' 9738 

Mai. H. L. B. 

McCalmont (C) 4210 
Sir G. Newnes, Bt 

(L) 3867-343 



I 



CAHBRIDGBSHIRB, NO 

10,496 
C. T. GUes (C) 4368 

Hon. A. G. Brand 
(L) 4146-223 



CAHBRIDGBSHIRB, IH 

10,661 
W.R. Greene (C) 4432 
H. E. Hoare (L) 4012-420 



CANTBRBURY 

3764 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 

Unop. 



CARDIFF DISTRICT 

19,368 
J. M. Maclean (C) 8386 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 7562-^24 



Bt-Electioks, 1900-4 



Sir John Gorst, 



%c. 



nop. 



ST, or NBWHARKBT 

9477 
CoL H. L. B. McCal- 
mont (C) 4295 
C. D. Rose (L) 321&-1077 



RTH, OF WISBBCH 

10,232 
Hon. A. G. Brand (L) 4007 
C. T. Giles (C) 3846-161 



BBT, or CHBSTBRTON 

10^ 
Capt. W. R. Greene 

(C) 4190 

H. E. Hoare (L) 3061-229 



3966 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 



22,361 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 
J. Lawrence (C) 



Tiop. 



9342 I 

8541-801 I 



CoL McCalmont died, 
Jan. 2, 1903 (9650):— 
C. D. Rose (L) 4414 

H. L. Brassey (C) 3907^607 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



by Google 



180 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



CARDIGAMSHIRB [00,240] 
12,306 
D. Davles <L) 5907 

M. Yaoghan Day- 
iesiC) 



CARUSI<B [43,689] 
R. Ferguson (L) 



Unop, 



CARIiOW COUNTY [96, 
6801 
E. D. Gray (N) 4801 
Sir T. P. Butlep, 

Bt. (C) 761-4050 

Mr. Gray elected to sit far 
Dublin, St. Stephen's 
Oreen, 
Jan. 29. 1886 (6891):- 
J. A. Blake (N) 

Unop, 



1886 



12,306 
W. B. Rowlands, Q.C. 

(L) 4252 

D. Davles (LU) 4243-9 



5726 
W. C. Gully. Q.C. (L) 2448 
F. C. Bentinck (C) 215S-293 



793] 

6891 
J. A. Blake (N) 

Unop. 
Mr. Blake died. 
Autf. 24, 1887 (7643) :- 
O'Gforman Mahon (N) 

Unop. 
The O'Q. Mahon died. 
July 7, 1801 (7016) :- 
J. Hammond (N) 3755 
A. Kettle (P) 1539-2216 



CARMARTHBN DISTRI 

5399 
Sir J. J. Jenkins 



Tregoning(C) 1281-1603 



.!k}. 



GARMARTHBNSHIRB, 

8669 
D. Pugh (L) 4487 

Sir m! lioyd, Bt. 
(C) 2122-2365 



CARMARTHBNSHIRB, 

0969 
W. R. H. Powell 

(L) 4568 - 

Visct. Kmlyn (C) 

2942-1626 



1892 



13,155 
W. B. Rowlands, 

Q.C. (L) 5233 

W. Jones (LU) 3270-1963 



6195 
W. C. GuUy, Q,C. (L) 2729 
S. P. Foster (C) 258fr-143 



6874 
! J. Hanunond (N) 
I R. M. McMahon 
(LU) 



3738 
8ia-2925 



CT [35,879] 

5399 
Sir A. C. Stepney, 

Bt. (L) 2120 

Sir J. J. Jenkins 
(LU) 

BAST [54.438] 

D. Pugh (L) Unop. 

Mr. Pugh died. 
Aug. 8, 1890 (9308):— 
Abel Thomas (L) Unop. 

WBST [45,011] 

W.R.H. Powell (L) 4181 
Sir J. C. Lawrence 

Bt. (LU) 1916-2265 

Mr. Powell died. 
July 17, 1889 (9379) :- 
J. Lloyd Morgan 



H.%. 
(C) 



Drummond 



4252 
[ 
2533-1719 



CARNARYON DISTRICT 

4476 
T. L. Jones-Parry (L) 1923 
E. Swetenham, Q.C. 
(C) 1858-65 



CARNARYONSHIRB, N 

9136 
W. Rathbone (L) 4662 
Col. H. Piatt (C) 2838-1724 



[32,503] 

4476 
K. Swetenham, Q.C. 

(C) 1820 

T. L. Jones-Parry (L) 1684-136 
Mr. Swetenham died. 
AprillO, 1890 (4366):— 
D. Lloyd-George (L) 1963 
Ellis Nanney (C) 1945-18 

ORTH, or ARFON [50,455] 
9136 
W. Rathbone Oj) 4072 
CoL H. Piatt (C) 2950-1122 



Maj. E. R. Jones 

(L) 
Sir J. J. Jenkins 

(LU) 



2412 
2187-225 



9136 , 

Abel Thomas, Ci.C 

(L) 4439 

Capt T. Davies 

(LU) 1223-3216 ! 



J. Lloyd Morgan (L) 



Unop. 



4723 
D. Lloyd-George (L) 2164 
Sir J. H. Puleston 
(C) 195&-196 



9354 
W. Rathbone (L) 



Unop. 



ULBSRAL YEAR BOOi^ 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL'BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1895 

GARDIOANSHIRB 

12,9M 
M. Vaugh£kn Da- 

viesJL) 4927 

J. C. Harford (C) 374&-1179 

CJLRLISI<B 

6796 
W. C. GuUy, Q.C. 

(L) 3167 

S. P. Foster (C) 2853-314 



OARLOW COUNTY 



J. Hammond (N) 
S.Duckett<C) 



3091 
685-2106 



CARMJLRTHBN 

5370 
Sir J. J. Jenkins 

(LU) 2443 

Maj. £. R. Jones (L)2391-52 



1900 



13,299 
M. Vaughan Davies 

(L) 4568 

J. C. Harfqrd (C) 3787-781 



7218 
W. C. Gully, Q.C. (L) 



8132 
J. Hammond (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



DISTRICT 

5557 
A. Davies (L) 837 

Sir J. J. Jenkins (LU) 2047-790 



CARMARTHBNSHIRB, 

9217 

Abel Thomas, Q.G. 
(L) 4471 

Capt. E. Richard- 
son (C) 2466-2005 

CARHARTHBNSHIRB, 

9097 
J. Lloyd Morgan 

(L) 4143 

W^ J. Buckley 



(LU) 



3103-1040 



i CARNAR YON DISTRICT 

4881 
D. Lloyd-George (L) 2265 
Ellis Nanney (C) 2071-194 



CARNARYONBHIRB, N 

8821 
W. Jones (L) 4488 

Prof. A. Hughes 
(C) 2860-1628 



BAST 

9967 

Abel Thomas, Q.C. 
(L) 4337 

Capt. E. Richard- 
son (C) 2155-2182 



WBBT 

93% 
J. Lloyd Morgan (L) 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Unop, 



D. Lloyd-George (L) 2412 
CoL H. Piatt (C) 2116-296 



ORTH, or ARFON 

9473 
W. Jones (L) Unop, 



LIBBBAL YBAB BOOK, 1906. ^ 

Digitized byVjOOQlC 



182 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



CARMARYOMSHIRB, S 

8878 
J. Bryn Roberts 

(L) 4585 

Ellis Nanney (C) 2573-1962 

OAYAN COUNTY, BAST 

8920 
T. O'Hanlon (N) Ufuyp, 

CAYAN COUNTY, WBS 

10,100 
J. G. Biffgar (N) 6485 
a Saunderson (C) 1779-4646 



1886 

OUTH, OF EIFION [43,925] 

8978 
J. Bryn Roberts 

G. Farren (LU) 



[46,942] 

8920 
T. O'Hanlon (N) UTiop. 

T [50,509] 

10,100 
J. G. Biggar (N) Unop, 

Mr, Biggar died. 
March 26, 1890 (11,496) :- 
E. F. Vesey Knox (N) 



CHATHAM^,755] 

Sir John Gorst, Q.C. 

(C) 3396 

Hon. R Collier (L) 2610-786 

Chelmsford— see Essex. 

CHBLSB A [95,086] 
11,104 
Sir C. W. Dilke, Bt 

(L) 4291 

C. A. Whitmore 
(C) 411^-175 

CHBLTBNHAM [52,858] 
6464 
J. T. Agg-Gardner 

(C) 3504 

R. C. Lehmann (L) 2700-804 

CHBBTSBY— «Ce S0RIUEY. 

CHBSHIRS, AJUTRINCH 

10,497 
J. Brooks (C) 4796 

I. S. Leadam (L) 404&-752 
Mr. Brooks died. 
March 26, 1886 (10,497) :- 
Sir W. C. Brooks, 

Bt (C) 4508 

L S. Leadam (L) 



CHBSHIRB, CRBWB [74, M8] 

10,815 ^ 
G. W. Latham (L) 5089 
■ I C 



O. L. Stephens (C) 4281-808 



CHBSHIRB, BDDISBUR 

10,436 
H. J. Tollemache 

(C) 4285 

L. Irwell (L) 4164-121 

CHBSHIRBjaYDB [60,98|9] 



T. G. Ashton (L) 
W. J. I^egh (C) 



4546 
3990-556 



4244 
1267-2977 



Unop. 



Sir John Gorst, Q.C. 

(C) 3187 

Gen. Sir A. Clarke, 

(L) 2422-765 



11,104 
C. A. Whitmore (C) 4304 
Sir C. W. Dilke, Bt. 
(L) 4128-176 



6464 
J. T. Agg-Gardner 

(C) 3323 

R. H. W. Biggs (L) 2260-1063 

&H [78,8U] 

10,497 
Sir W.C. Brooks, Bt. 
(C) Unop. 



10,815 
W. S. B. McLaren 

4690 
Twemlow (C) 4045-645 



p<t. 



Y [54,296] 

10,436 
H. J. Tollemache 

(C) 
J. Tomkinson (L) 



J. W. didebotham 
T. G. Ashton (L) 



4357 
3678-679 



3885-443 



1892 



9630 
J. Bryn Roberts (L) 4567 
W. Humphreys (C) 1973-2504 



9606 
S. Young (N) 0024 

H. B. Clements (C) 136(M664 

10,856 
E. F. Vesey Knox 

(N) 6458 

Maj. Eyerard (C) 1950-4508 



CoL L. V. Loyd (C) 3777 
Gen. Sir A. Clarke, 



(L) 



3400-377 



12,585 
C. A. Whitmore (C) 4993 
B. F. C. Costelloe 
(L) , 4427-566 



J. T. Agg-Gardner 

(C) 
F. Debenham (L) 



11.048 
C. R. Disraeli (C) 
L S. Leadam (L) 



3241 
2610-631 



5056 
4258-798 



11,412 
W. S. B. Mcliaren 

<^ 
H. W. Chatterton 
(C) 



10,232 
H. J. Tollemache 

(C) 
J. Tomkinson (L) 



J. W. Sidebotham 
T. G. Ashton (L) 



5668 

3000-1568 



4578 
4042-^36 



4525 
4220-906 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1006. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



183 



1895 

OARNJLRYONSHIRB, 

J. Bryn Roberts (L) 



Unop. 



1900 

OUTH, or EIFION 

9119 
J. Bryn Roberts (L) 



BY-£LEcnoK8, 1900-4 



OAYAN GOUNTT, BAST 

9S70 
a Young (N) Unop, 

CAYAN COUNTY, W. 

10,439 
E.F.Ve8eyKnox(N) UnoP' 
Mr, Knox elected to ait 
for Londonderry CHty, 
Aug. 22, 1896 (10,439) :- 
J. P. Farrell (N) Unop. 

CHATHAM 

9199 
H. D. Davies (G) 4062 
R. H. Cox (L) 3499-583 



CHBIiSBA 

13,406 
C. A. Whitmore 

(C) 5524 

O. Beatty (L) 3004-1920 



CHBLTBNHAH 

7100 
Col. F. S. Russell 

(C) 3409 

W. T. Blavdes (L) 2940-409 
A. W. mien (Lab) 23 

CHBSHIRB, AIiTRINCH 

11,647 
C. R. Disraeli (C) 6264 
A. M. Latham (L) 3889-1376 



CHBSHIRB, CRBWB 

12,018 
Hon. R. A. Ward 

(C) 6413 

w. a B. McLaren 

(L) 486^^660 

OJteSHIRB, BDDISBUR 

10,262 
H. J. ToUemache 

(C) 6176 

R. Bate (L) 3371-1806 

OHBSHIRB, HYDB 

10,206 
J. W. Sidebotham 

(C) 4786 

O.W. Rhodes (L) 3844-891 
Q. a Christie (Lab) 448 



Unop, 



9872 
S. Young (N) 



9944 
T. McGovern (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



10,730 
Sir H.D. Davies (C) 



Unop, 



12,736 
C. A. Whitmore 

(C) 4637 

J. Jeffrey (L) 3306-1331 



7584 
J. T. Agg-Gardner (C) 



13,061 
C.R. Disraeli (C) 
B. F. Alf ord (L) 



Unop, 



5686 

4177-1608 



13,447 
J. Tomldiiaon (L) 6129 
J. B. Reiss (C) 4921-1191 



10,584 
H. J. Tollemache (C) 



Unop, 



10.486 
B. Chapman (C) 4774 
J. F. L. Brunner (L) 4196^79 



Mr, McOovem died. 
June 10, 1903 (9219):- 
V. P. Kennedy (N) Unop, 



LXBBRAL YBAB BOOK, 190RbyGoOgle N 



184 



TBE B0U8S OF COMMONS 



1886 

CHSBHIRB. KMUTBVOS D 

931i 
Hon. A. de Tatton 

Efforton (C) 4063 
J. sSnmott Barlow 

(L) 341&-1244 



CHBSHHUB, MAGOIiHSF 

7211 
W. C. Brocklehurst 
L) 8311 

. C. Brooks (C) 2846-465 



W^ 



CABSHIRB, NORTHWIC 

10,577 
J. T. Bronner (L) 5023 
W. H. Verdin (C) 3986-1028 



W. Bromley^Daven- 
__port (C) 8288 

W. C. Brocklehurst 
(L) 2756^527 

H [69,102] 

10,677 
R. Verdin (C) 4416 

J. T. Brunner (L) 
Mr. Verdin died, 
Auff. 13, 1887 (10,868):- 
J. T. Brunner (L) 6112 
Lord H. Grosvenor 
(LU) 3963-1129 



CHBSHIRB, WIRRAXi [1 

9772 
Capt B. T. D. 

Cotton (C) 4756 

J. Tomkinson (L) 8261-1485 

CHBSTBR^207] 

Dr. B. W. Foster 

(L) 2740 

R. A. Yerburgh (C) 2440-800 

CHK a T EKFU BLD— gge DBRBY 
CHBSTEBrLB-STRBBT— see D 

Ghbstbrton— «ee Cambrid 

CHICHB8TER^-«ee SUSSEX. 

Chippbnram— «ee Wiltbh 
Choblet— see Lancashib 

OHRISTOHUROH [67»924] 
4626 
C. B. R Young (C) 2184 
Horace Davey, Q.O., 
(L) 2006-178 

CtRBNOESTERr-see GLOUCE 

OIiAOKlfAHNANSHIRR 



00,845] 



J. R Balfbur, Q.C. (L) 



^nopn 



OL APHJLM^O 761] 

J. Fletcher Moul- 
ton, Q.C. (L) 3076 

Hon* A. H. BourlLc 
(C) 8650^326 



1886 

[60,2081 

9ffll4 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
Bgerton (C) Unop* 



9772 



Capt. E. T. D. Cotton (Cj 



w)p. 



R. A. Yerburgh (C) 2548 
Dr. B. W. Foster (L) 2488-66 

SHIRB. 

URHAM County. 

OBSHIRE. 
IRE. 



4626 
C.E.R Young (C) 2072 
A. C. Morton (L) 



and KINR088.8HIRR [43, 

6880 
J. R Balfour, Q.C. 

Oj) 3158 

C.C.Bethune(LU) 1844-1315 



8454 
J. S. Gilliatt (C) 8816 
J. Fletcher Moulton, 
Q.a (L) 3847-469 



1892 



9348 
Hon. A. de Tatton 

Egerton (C) 4754 

A. M. Latham (L) 2782-1962 



8858 
W. Bromley-Daven- 
port (C) 4382 
J. C. McCoan (L) 



11,750 
J. T. Brunner (L) 5580 
G. Whiteley (C) 4326-1265 



11,610 
CoL K. T. D. Cotton- 

Jodrell (C) 5508 

B. C. de Lisle (L) 8051-! 



6747 

R. A. Yerbuxgh JO 3148 
Baron Halkett (L) 



Abel H. Smith (C) 2808 
R Fletcher (L) 2600-203 



815] 

^ 7535 

J. R Balfour, Q.C. 

(L) 3541 

Dr.J. E.T.Aitohl. 
son (LU) 1927-1614 



12,124 
P. M. Thornton (C) 6170 
R. McKenna (L) 4626-644 



imSRAL YBAR BOOK, 1906.DgitzedbyGoOgle 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1^ 



1895 

OHBSHIRB, KNUTSFOR 

9795 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
£^erton (C) Uwop. 



OHBSHIRS, MAGOI<BSF 



1900 

D 

10,119 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
Bgrerton (C) 



Unop* 



UBLD 



8540 



W. Bromley-Davenport (C) W. Bromley-Davenport (C) 
Unop, ' CTnop. 



CHBSHIRB, NORTHWIO 

11,788 
Sir J. T. Brunner, 

Bt. (L) 5706 

T. Ward (C) 4068-1638 



OHBSHIRB, WIRRJLIi 

12,512 
CoL B. T. D. Cotton-Jodrell 
{C\ Unop. 



CHBSTBR 

6007 
R. A. Yerbnrgh (C) Unop. 



CHRISTOHUROH 

7477 
Abel H. Smith (C) 3198 
Hon. T. A. Brassey 
(L) 3114-84 



OUiOKKANNANSHIRR 

7561 
J. B. Balfour, Q.C. 

(L) 3133 

Q. Younger (C) 2588-545 
Mr. BaffpuT appointed 

Lord Justice-CfeneraZ. 
Dec 20, 1889 (7609):- 
Sngene Wason (L) 3489 
G. Younger (C) 2979^516 

OIiJLPHAM 

13,872 
P.M. Thornton (0)6925 
J. Kempster (L) 3804-2021 



12,067 
Sir J. T. Brunner, Bt. 

(L) 5377 

C. L. Samson (C) 467ft-689 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



14,899 
J. Hoult (C) 
W. H. Lever (L) 



6064 
6079-1005 



7257 
R. A. Yerburgh (C) 3303 
H. Idrifl (L) 2574-729 



8116 
Mai. K. R. Balfour 

(C) 8411 

Hon. T. A. Brassey (L) 3408-3 



and KIMROSS-SHIRB 

7609 
Eugene Wason (L) 3284 
G. Younger (C) 2933-351 



16,572 
P.M. Thornton (0)7504 
F. D. Perrott (L) 3084-4420 



oogle 



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86 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

lliJLRB CM>., HAST [08,585] 

10.128 
J. R. Ck)x (N) ( 

Hon. L.W. O'Brien 
(C) 

lliJLRB CtO., WB8T [57,140] 

9813 
J. Jordan (N) 6763 
R. W. C. Beeves 
(C) 289-6474 

jlbveland— see Yorkshire 
/LTTHEROB-^eee Lancasuirb 
/OCKBRMOUTH— eee Cumber 

tOIiGHHBTHR [38,373] 

4241 
H. J. Trotter (C) 2044 
R. K. Causton (L) 1878-166 



:;OLLEOE GRBEN--8Ce DUBU 

IJoLNE Valley— «ee Yorksh 

30RK GITT [100,022] 
Isiats. 14.5% 
C. S. Pameli (N) 6716 
M. Healy (N) 6536 

J. Pike (Q 1464-5072 

Capt J. H. Bain- 
bridge (C) 1401 



1886 

10,128 
J. R. Cox (N) 



9613 
J. Jordan (N) 



Vntips 



Un9p, 



4241 
H. J. Trotter (C) 1908 
R K. Causton (L) 1701-296 
Mr, Trotter died, 
Dec. 18, 1888 (4417) :— 
Lord Brooke (C) 2126 
Sir W. B. Gurdon (L) 1687-430 



N. 

IRE. 



14,569 
C. S. PameU (N) 
M. Healy (N) 

Mr, PameU died, 
Nov. 6, 1891 (10,276) :— 
M. Flavin (N) 3869 

J. £. Redmond (P) 2157-1512 
Capt Sarsfield (C) 1161 



30RK, HAST [45,373] 
6034 
W. J. Lane (N) 4314 
H. V. Stuart (I) 266-4048 

DORK, MID m863] 

Dr. C. K. Tanner 

(N) 5033 

A. Patton (C) 106-4927 

DORK, NORTH [43»333] 

7827 
J. C. Mynn (N) 4982 
T. Walsh (L) 102-4880 



DORK, NORTH.RA8T [44,653] 
8175 
K Leamy (N) 

Unop, 



Unop. 



6934 
W. J. Lane (N) 



Unop, 



7409 
Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) 



Unop, 



7827 
J. C. Flynn (N) 



Unop. 



8175 
E. Leamy (N) 



Mr. Leanvy resigned. 
May 16, 1^ (8812) :— 
W. O'Brien (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



1892 
11,198 

W* ttedmoxtd (P) 
J.RiCoX(N) 



2758-444 



^ 11,077 
J. R. ll^Mulre (F) 8878 
Dr. B. O'Connot 

(N) vm-mn 



5000 

Capt. Naylor-Ley- 
land (C) 2173 

Weetman Pearson 
(L) 2112-61 

Cai^, Naylor-Leyland re- 
signed. 

Feb. 19, 1895 (5257) :- 

Sir Weetman Pear- 
son, Bt (L> 2559 

Captb J. M. Yereker 
(C) 



10,276 
W. O'Brien (N) 
M. Healy (N) 
W. Redmond (P) 



5273 
4759 
3186-1573 

3077 



D. Horsan (P) 
Mr, O'Brien resigned. 
June 27, 1895 (13,3&):- 
J. F. X. O'Brien (N) 4309 
A. Roche (P) 4132-177 



Capt A. J. C. Donelan (N) 
Unop, 



9965 
Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) 



9008 
J. C. Flynn (N) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



8781 
W. O'Brien (N) Unop, 

Mr, O'Brien elected to sit 

for Cork City, 
Feb. 8, 1893 (fflW) :- 
Michael Davitt(N) Unop. 
Mr, DavUt resigned. 
June 28, 1893 (8790) :-r 
W. Abraham (N) Unop, 



LIBBBAX« YSAB BOOK, 1905. 



Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1904. 



18 



1895 

OIiJUIH CO.. HAST 

10,780 
W. Redmond (P) 8S16 
P. A. McHugh (N) 3268-67 



CULRB CO., WB8T 

10,488. 
Moj. J. E. Jameson 

(N) 3376 

J.R.Mafiruipe(P) 2973-403 



OOIiGHHBTBR 

6257 
Sir Weetman Pear- 
son. Bt. (L) 2475 
E. S. Norris (C) 2270-205 



CORK city: 

13,362 
J. F.X. O'Brien (N) 6327 
M. Healy <N) 6169 

A. Roche (P) 4994-176 

J. C. Blake (P) 4966 



CORK, RA8T 

6756 
Capt. A. J. C. Donelan (N) 

CORK, MID 

9056 
Dp. C. K. Tanner (N) 

C/fiop. 

CORK, NORTH 

9270 
J. C. Flynn N) 

CORK, NORTH-EAST 

8356 
W. Abraham (N) 

Unop, 



1900 

12,028 
W. Redmond (N) 

10,683 
Maj. J. E. Jameson (N) 



Uiiop, 



IMP. 



6663 

Sir Weetman Pear- 
son. Bt^O.) 2548 

Col. T. J. Holland 
(C) 2274-274 



13,163 
W. O'Brien (N) 6812 
J. F.X. O'Brien (N) 6613 
J. C.Blake (N) 2235- 
M. Healy (N) 1966 



Capt A. J. C. DonelanjN) 
Unap, 



Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) 



C/nop. 



7463 
J. C. Flynn (N) 



7398 
W. Abraham (N) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Mr. W, O'Brien resigned 
AnffURt 19, 1904 (13,103) :— 
W. O'Brien (N) 

Unot 



Dr. Tanner died. 
May 17. 1901 (7420) :- 
D. D, Sheehan (N) 



Unop 



ttl6ER4L TPHAR BOOK, 1905, OOgle 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

BOBK» SOUTH [41,7)0] 
7S8B 
Dr. J. E. Kenny 

(N) 4828 

F. McC. Ckmnor 
(N) 10Ma28 

30RK, BOUTH-HABT [42, 
8007 
J. HooperjN) 4620 
Sir A. R. Warren, 
Bt. <C) 661-9060 



8007 
J. Hooper (N) Unop. 

Mr. Hooper reaigntd, 
JaneS,l&0(10,l»):— 
J. Morrogh (N) 



BORK» WB8T [43,567] 
6126 
J. Gilhooly (N) 9020 
J. W. Payne (C) 979-9547 

SORHWJU^MID, or 8T< 

W. C. Borlase (L) 4164 
J. H. Johnstone (C) 218^-2281 



SORMl 



9207 



NORTH.R 



C.T.D.Ac]and(L)4600 
T. N. Lawrance (C) 2687-2109 



1886 

7280 
Dr. J. E. Kenny (N) 



Unop, 



619B 
J. GUhooly (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



AII8TRI<I<j^975] 

W. C. Borlase (L) Unop. 
Mr. Borlase remaned. 
May 18, 1887 (8883^-. 
W. A. McArthur (L) 9540 
£. B. WiUyams (LU) 3329-211 



A8V. or 

C. T. D. Acland (L) 



ULUMORBTON [45,96^ 



Unop. 



E. Barry (N) 



8738 



Unop. 



10,602 
J. Horroffh (N) 4100 
J.W.P.SheareslC) 692-3417 
Mr. Morrogh resigned. 
June 28, iwl (10,541ft:— 
A. Commins (S) Unop, 



8155 



J. Qilhooly (N) 
S. Payne (G) 



9005 
W. A. HoArthnr 

(L) 4201 

J. WestlalEe, Q.G. 

(LU> 260^1608 



8178 



T. Owen (L) 
Sir L. Holesworth, 
Bt(LU) 



9887 
2919-084 



30RN WJLXili, NORTH- W 

7139 
C. A. V. Conybeare 

(L) 2926 

A. P. Yivian (C) 2577-949 



R8T, or GAMRORNR [52,090] 

7199 
C. A. V. Conybeare 



. Gay (LU) 1969-1187 



30RN WAI«I<, BOUTH-R AST, or RODMIN [54,796] 



9158 

L.H. Courtney (L) 4254 
Hon. C. E. Edgr- 
ciimbe (C) 3101-1158 

30RNWJLX«I«, TRURO [49, 

W. Bickford-Smith 

(L) 3816 

W. M. St Aubyn (C) 2883-033 

SORNWAIili, WR8T, or 

Sir J. St Aubyn, 

Bt (L) 3313 

C. C. Ross (C) 2576-787 



0158 

L.H. Courtney (LU)3763 
J. Abraham (L) 2101-1662 



576] ^^ 

W. Bickford-Smith 

(LU) 3622 

T. Lough (L) 1546-1976 

ST. lYRS [51,379] 

7006 
Sir J. St Aubyn, Bt 

(LU) 3395 

S. Barrow (L) 888-2607 

Sir J. SH. Aubyn raised to 
as Lord 8t. 



July 9. 1887 (7637): 
T. B. BoUtho (LU] 



) Unop. 



7611 
C. A. Y. Conybeare 

(L) 3073 

A. Strauss (LU) 2635-438 



L. H. Courtney (LU) 3809 
J.MoDougalKL) 3578-231 



8556 
J. C. Williams (LU) 40S9 
J. H. LUe (L) 2518-1511 



7190 
T. B. BoUtho (LU) 



Unop. 



]4999AL YEAR BOOK, 19Q5, 



Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



18fi 



1885 

OORK, SOUTH 

74T2 
E. Barry (N) 



Unop. 



OORK, BOUTH-BABT 

10,674 
A. Commins (N) 

Unop. 



OORK, WB8T 
flOOS 

J. GUhooly (N) 

Unop, 

OORN WKUu MID, OV ST. 

W. A. HoArthnr 

(L) A198 

M. Williams (LU) 3003-1101 



OORNWAXtli, NORTH-l 

T. Owen Oj) XSS 

F. Wills (LU) 2W&-668 



Ans. 3. 1806 (9508) :- 
J. fletoher Moul- 



ton, Q.C. (L) 
Sip F. Wills, Bt. 
(LU) 



8051 
2883-1068 



OORNWKIiIi. NORTH-V 

WO 
A. j^trauss (LU) 3106 
C. A. V. Conybeare 
(L) 270i-4fl2 



OORNWKIiIi. ■OUTH.R 



wSfi 



L.H. Courtney (LU)40S6 
J. MoDongall (L) 3i82-543 



CORNWKIilf, TRURO 

9067 
E. Lawrence (LU) 3282 
H. T. Waddy (L) 3012-270 



OORHWKIiI^^WRBT, or 



T. B.BoUtho(LU) 



Unop. 



1900 

7611 
E. Barry (N) 



Unop, 



B. Crean (N) 9097 

H. C. Hidcey (N) ISO^-m 



J. Qilhooly (N) 



Unop, 



KUBTBIiIi 

9042 
W.A.McArthiir(L) 



Unop. 



K8T, or ULUNORBTON 

9616 
J. Fletcher Moul- 

ton, Q.C. (L) 3831 
F. H. m. Cimliffe 

(LU) 2737-1094 



RBT, or OKMBORRB 



W. & Caine QJ 
A. Strauss (LU) 



3101 
9W3-106 



K8T, or BODMIR 

10,026 
Sir L. W. Moles. 

worth, Bt (LU) 4280 
T. Snape (L) 3246-1032 



9290 
Sir E. Dumiiis-Law- 

renoe, Bt (LU) 3869 
Charles Thomton(L)3051-818 



8T.IVR8 

83( 

E. Hain (LU) 



Unop, 



BT-EtEcnoKs, 1900-4 



Mr» Caine died, 
April 811903(8669) :- 
Sir W.Lawson, Bt 



i.St 



A. Strauss (LU) 



3568 



LIBBRAL YRAB BOO«, l^^gyGoOgle 



190 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

COYHMTRT ^3,918] 

H. W. Eaton (C) 4577 
T. Courtenay War- 
ner (L) 432g-24» 



CRBWS-^fee Chsshibx. 
CRiOKLADB-^aee Wiltbhibx. 
Cromartt— «ee Ross. 

GROTDOH riS3,8a5] 
12,619 
W.Orantham,Q.C. 

(C) 6484 

J. a Balf onr (L) 4315-1168 
Mr, Orantham made a 

Judge, 
Jan. 27, 1 



,1886(12,619):- 

Hon. S. Herbert (C) 5205 
Sydney Buxton (L) 4458-747 



GUI 



CMXJKB 



flRULHD, 

9638 

C. J. Valentine (C) 3845 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt 
<L) 3835-10 



GUMBBRIiAirD, MID, or 

9123 
H. C. Howard (L) 3921 
J. W. Lowther (C) S44» 



1886 

9736 

H. W. Eaton (C) 4201 

W.H.W.Ballantine 

,) 3796-405 

'r. Eaton raised to peer- 
age as Lord Cheylesmore. 

Jnly9, 1887 (9867):- 

W. H. W. Ballantine 
(L) 4229 

C6L Hon. H. F. Eaton 
(C) 421M6 



A^'. 



12,619 
Hon. a Herbert (C) 



Unop, 



S44&-473 

GUMBRRLAHD, NORTH 

10,000 
R. A. AlliBon (L) 4740 
S. P. Foster (C) 3163-1586 

GUMBRRLAND, WR8T, 

9043 
Lord Muncaster (C) 3860 
D. Ainsworth (L) 3453-537 



DARIiINGTON [44,487] 
5007 
T. Fry (C) 3302 



RMOUTH [gm] 

Sir W. Lawson, Bt 

(L) 4130 

H. F. Curwen (LU) 8126-1004 

PBNRITH U3,377] 

J. W. Lowther (C) 3676 
W. Lawson (L) 3032-644 



CaptW.H. Wilson 
Todd (C) 



2096-1206 



Dartford— see Kent. 
Darwen— aee Lancashire. 

DBNBIGH DI8TRIGT [27, 
3414 
Hon. G. T. Kenyon 
(C) 1761 

lir R. A. CunliiTe, 
~ ~ 1455-306 



Sir R. A. CunliiTe, 
Bt.(L) 



[46,308] 
4112 



10,000 
R. A. Allison (L) 
J. Lowther (C) 



OP RORBMONT [52,268] 

0043 
Lord Mnnoaster (C) 3583 
D. Ainsworth (L) 3419-164 



5007 
T. Fry (L) 2620 

H. O. Amold-Forster 
(LU) 2S6S-57 



050] 

8414 
Hon.G.T.Kenyon(C) 1657 
J.EmmottBarlow(L)1446-211 



1882 



10,838 
W.H.W.Bfi&ntine 



c.<^ 



Murray (C) 



4754 
4611-143 



14,837 
Hon. S. Herbert (C) 6528 
E. W. Grimwade (L) 4834-1694 
Mr. Herbert succeeded to 

peerage as Lord Pem- 

oroke, 
Maj 24,, 1805(16^152) :- 



C. t. Ritchie (C) 



CTnop. 



10,906 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt 
(L) 4509 

Hon. J. S. Napier (C) 3829-770 



8733 
J. W. Lowther (C) 3549 
Dr. T. a Douglas (L) 3424-125 



9402 
R. A. Allison (L) 3976 
H. C. Howard (LU> 3168-813 



D. Ainsworth (L) 3849 
Lord Muncaster (C) 3378-471 



6045 
T. Fry (L) 
A. Pease (LU) 



2810-^ 



Hon. G. T. Kenyon (C) 1664 
T. H. Williams (L) 1566-86 



LI8BIUI- TBA* POOK. X90^^„,^^^^^Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



191 



1895 

COVBNTRT 

10,926 
C. J. Murrav (C) 4974 
W.H. W. Ballantine 
(L) 4624-350 



CROTDOH 

16,152 
C. T. Ritchie (C) 6876 
C. C. Hutchinson 
(L) 4647-2229 



GUMBBRIiJUID, COOKB 

10,242 
SirW.Lawson,Bt 

T. Milvain, Q.C. (C) 4018-241 

GUMBBRLAND, MID, OP 

8914 
J. W. Lowther (C) 3868 
Dp. T.S. Douglas (L) 3268-600 

GUMBBRI<AND, NORTH 

9603 
R. A. Allison (L) 3745 
H» C. Howard (LU) 3608-147 

CUMBBRLAND, WB8T, 

10,424 
Hon. H. V. Dun- 
combe (0) 3717 
D. Ainsworth (L) 3586-131 

DARIilNGTON 

6560 
A. Pease (LU) 3354 
Sir T. Fry, Bt. (L) 2697-667 
Mr. Pease died. 
Sept. 17, 1898 (6952) :- 
H. Pike Pease (LU) 2497 
O. PhiUpps (L) 



DBNBIOH DI8TRIGT 

3751 
W. T. Howell (C) 1833 
W. H. Morgan (L) 1604-229 



1900 

12,145 
C. J. Murray (C) 6257 
L. Cowen (L) 4188-1080 



18,567 
C. T. Ritchie (C) 



Unop, 



RMOUTH 

10,807 
J. S. Randies (C) 4276 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt. 
(L) 4067-5 



PBNRITH 

J. W. Lowther (C) 



Unop, 



, OP BSKDAIiB 

10,054 
Claude Lowther (C) 4052 
R A. Allison (L) 3349-703 

OP BGRBMONT 

9303 
Col. J. R. Bain (C) 3917 
D. Ainsworth (L) 3377-^540 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



7331 
H. Pike Pease (LU) 



Unop. 



4137 
Hon.G.T.Kenyon(C) 1862 
Clem Edwards (L) 1752-110 



LIBBBAL TEAR BOOK, 1906«byGoOgle 



192 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

DBMBIOHBHIRB, BAST [54,681] 
8887 
O.O. Morgan, Q.C. 



1886 



Sir W. W. Wynn. 
Bt(C) 



3438-888 



DBNBIOH8HIRB, WB8 

8888 

CoL Comwallis 
West <L) 4586 

MaJ. C. a Main- 
waring (C) 286^1684 



DBPTFORD[110422] 



W. J. Evelyn (C) 
L. Ghoae (L) 



3560-367 



T [48,211] ^^ 

Col. Comwallis We^it (LU) 
tJnop, 



8871 
W. J. Evelyn (C) 3682 
L. Qhoee (L) 3055-627 

Mr, Evelyn resigned. 
Feb. 28,1% (10,473):— i 

C. J. Darling, <i.C. 

WC) 4345 

. a Blunt (L) 4070-275 I 



DBRBT [105,912] 
2 seats. 14,825 
T. Roe(L) 7813 

Sir W. Haroourt 

(L) 7630 

W. B. HextaU (C) 4943-2687 
A. a Dyer (I) 1251 



DBRBT8HIRB, GHBBTBRFIBIiD ^,435] 



A. Barnes (L) 3408 

J. C. Macdona (C) 2136-1272 

J. Haslam (Lab) 1907 



DBRBT8HIRB, HIGH 

9414 
Capt. W. Sldebottom 

(C) 4190 

J. F. Cheetham (L) 4190-9 



DBRBT8HIRB, II<KB8T 

10,600 
T. Watson (L) 6780 
W. N. Drury-Lowe 
(C) 3793-1987 



8297 
O. O. Morgan, Q.C. 

(L) 8536 

Sir W. W. Wynn, Bt 

(C) 3510-26 



1892 

8941 
O. O. Morgan, Q.C. 

(L) 
Sir W. W. Wynn, 

Bt.(C) 



4180 
342^766 



8915 
J. H. Roberts (L) 4612 
CoL Comwallis 
West (LU) 227»-233S 



13,066 
. J. Darling, Q.C. 



(C] 

Lord B. Fitzmaurice 
(L) 



473»-565 



14,925 
T. RoeJL) 6571 

Sir W. Harconrt QL) 6431 
T. W. Evans (LU) 4346-2085 



A. Bames (LU) 
T. Bayley (L) 



[83,273J 



3567 
3453-114 



273] 
9414 



Ca^t. W. Sldebottom 
HJ Rhodes (L) 



JC 



4162 
4001-161 



4621 



ON [84,896] 

10,660 
T. Watson (L) 
S. Leeke (C) 
Mr. Watson died. 
March 24, 1887 (10,M8) :~ 
Sir Walter Foster 

(L) 5512 

a Leeke (C) 4180-1332 



15,754 
Sir W. Haroourt (L) 7507 
T. Roe (L) 7389 

W. B. Hextall (C) 5546-1848 
Sir A. Haslam (C) 5363 
Sir W. Harcourt accepted 

ojffUse. 
Aug. 24, 1892 (15,757) :— 
Sir W. Harcourt (L) 6506 
H. J. F. Atkinson 

(C) 161&-4S89 



10,313 
T. Bayley (L) 
A. Bames (LU) 



42^ 
406&-180 



11.122 
CoL W. Sldebottom 

(C) 460O 

J. F. Cheetham (L) 4243-^66 



13,541 
Sir Walter Foster 

(L) ^ 6185 

a Leeke (C) 4402-1783 



U9BBAL TSIAR SOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



103 



1885 

DBMBIOHBHIRfl, B. 

9662 
Sir O. O. Morgan, 

Bt.(I4 1809 

H. St J. Raikes 

(O 3115-17M 

Str a. O. Morgan died. 
Sept 28, 1807 (9601):- 
aM(M8(L) 6175 

Hon.O.T.Kenyon 

(C) 



DBHBIOH8HIBB, W. 

89A1 
J. H. Roberts (L) 4481 
T. W. EdwMrds 
(C) 287&-l(»3 



DBPTFORD 

13315 
C. J. Darling, Q.a 

(C) 6654 

T. J. Macnamara 

jL) 4425-1229 

Mr, DarUng made a 

Judoe, 
Nov. 15, 1897 (13,888) :— 
A. H. A. Morton (C) 5817 
J. W. Benn (L) 499^4124 



DBRBY 

17,379 
H. H. Bemrose (C) 7907 



OeoiBreyI>rage(C) 7076 
Sir W. Haroonrt 

SirT.Roe(L) 



6785-291 
6475 



DBRBT8HIRB, 

10,418 

T. Bayley (L) 4572 

A. W. Byron (LU) 4325-247 



DBRBT8HIRB, HIGH 

10,397 
CoLW.Sidebottom 

(C) 4671 

A. a. Symonds (L) 4164-^07 



, IIiKBBT 

13.175 
Sir Walter Foster 

(L) 6215 

Capt E. P. Baum- 

S^n (C) 6254-961 



a Moss (L) 



1900 
10,242 



Unop, 



9290 
J. H. Roberts (L) 



Unop, 



15,000 

A. H. A. Morton (C) 6236 

B. Jones (Lab) 380&-2430 



18,270 

Sir T. Roe (L) 7922 

R. BellJLab) 7640 
Sir H. H. Bemrose 

(C) 7S97-' 

GeoflYey Drage (C) 6775 ' 



GHBBTBRFIBIiD 



12,069 
T. Bayley (L) 
A. W. Byron (C) 



10,420 
O. Partington (L) 
S. Roberts (C) 



5418 
4729-689 



4601 
4482-169 



ON 

14,519 
SirWaltor Foster (L) 6633 
H. F. Wright (C) 6696-935 



BT-EuxmoKs, 190tf-4 



WPBRAL YEAR POOK, 1905,dbyGoOgIe 



194 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

DBRBT8HIRH, MID \fSlJi 
9571 
J. A. Jaooby (L) 6447 
J. B. Barrow (C) 3067-2380 



DHRBT8HIRB, HORTH 

9907 
Adm. Hon. F. 

Barerton (L) 4900 
C. Gould (C) 



DRRBT8HIRR, SOUTH 

11.676 
H. Wardle (L) 6186 
Hon. Q. N. Curzon 
(C) 4094-2092 



1886 

9671 
J. A. Jacoby (L) 
C. H. Seely (Ltf) 



, WB8T 

10,310 
Lord E. Cavendish 

(L) 6020 

Capt. F. C. Ark- 

Wright (C) 



Devizes— see Wiltshibb. 

DRYONPORT [79,028] 
2 seats. fiSN 
Capt. G. E. Price 

(C) 2968 

J. H. Pule8ton(C) 2944 

G.W. Medley (L) 2653-291 

T. Terrell (L) 2636 



DRVON8HIRR, RAST.Oi* 

9012 
Sir J. Kennaway, 

Bt. (C) 4540 

Sir J. B. Phear(L) 2957-1583 



DRVON8HIRR, MID* or 

9300 
C. Seale-Hayne (L) 4433 
W. J. Harris (C) 3182-1251 

DRYON8HIRR, NORTH, 

9343 
Visct. Lymington 

(L) 4926 

Col. Hon. W. Tre- 

f usls (C) 2924-2001 



DRirONSHIRR, NORTH 

9349 
CoL W. H. Wal- 

rond (C) 4663 

S. J. Stem (L) 8460-1103 



4660 
S70&-863 



T. D. Bolton (L) 3879 
C. Markham (LU) 3168-721 



[76,489] 

11.676 
H. Wardle (L) 6102 
Hon. E. Coke (LU) 3949-1163 
Mr, Wardle died, 
March 4, 1892 (14,162) :— 
H. Evans Broad (L) 6803 
B. V. Melville (LU) 4553-12S0 

[68,463] 

10,310 
Lord E. Cavendish (LU) 

Unop. 
Lord E, Cavendish died. 
June 2, 1891 (13,441):— 
Victor Cavendish (LU) 

unop. 



J, H. Puleston (C) 2964 
Capt. G. E. Price (C)2943 
C. W. Ford (L) 1963-980 

Gen. C. L. Showers 
(L) 1918 



HONITOH ^1.617] 



Sir J. Kennaway, Bt. (C) 

Ui 



^nop. 



A8HBURTON [63,319] 

9300 
C. Seale-Hayne (L) 3413 
R. B. Martin (LU) 3007-406 

or SOUTH MOI<TON [42, 

9343 
Visct Lymingrton 

(LU) 4041 

W. H. Walker (L) 2382-1689 
Visct. Lymington succeeded 
to peerage as Lord Ports- 
mouth, 
Nov. 13. 1891 (8712):— 
G. Lambert (L) 4222 
C. Buller (LU) 3010-1212 

R AST, or TTITRRTON [50, 

9849 
CoL W. H. Walrond (C) 

unop. 



1892 



11,069 



J. A. Jacoby (L) 
J. S. Sandars (C) 



4809 
3907-992 * 



10,642 
T. D. Bolton (I^ 
F.T}. Barnes ((J) 



^643 

r, 5208 

(d) 3084-2172 



14,162 
H. Evans Broad (L) 



Uhop. 



11,956 
Victor Cavendish 

(LU) 
The MaeDeimot* 

Q.C. (L) 



S961 
276S-8198 



I 



H. E. Kearley (L) 3354 

(L) < 



E. J. C. Morton (^, »,^ 
Capt. G. E. Price (C) 3012-313 
R. Harvey (C) 2972 



9167 
Sir J. Kennaway, 
Bt.4Cr . 4591 



Dr. W. H. S. Aubre; 
(L) 



2666-21 



C. Seale-Hayne (L) 4361 
C. R. Collins (C) 3850-711 



8737 
G. Lambert (L) 4278 
A. Moore-Stephens 
(C) 



666] 

8972 
Sir W.H. Walrond, 

Bt (C) 4438 

Sir J. B. Phear (L) 3101-1332 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1905, dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



105 < 



1895 

DBSRBT8HIRB, MID 

10,479 
J. A. Jacoby (L) 4826 
W. C. Bridgeman 
(C) 4351-675 



DBRBT8HIRB, HORTH- 

11,006 
T. D. Bolton (L) 4737 
Dr. J, Court (LU) 4210-527 



DBRBT8HIRR, SOUTH 

13,347 
' J. Gretton (C) 6104 

H. Evans Broad (L) 5217-887 



DRRBT8HIRB, WB8T 

10,706 
Victor Cavendish (LUj 

Xfnop» 



DBYONPORT 

7911 
H. E. Kearley (L) 3570 
E. J. C. Morton (L) 3511 



1900 

11,347 
J. A. Jacoby (L) 5323 
H. St. J. Raikes (C) 4004-1229 



5251 



RA8T 

12,732 
T. D. Bolton (L) 
Dr. J. Court (LU) 



14.499 
J. Gretton (C) 6073 

H.H.Raphael(L) 5707-386 



P. H. P. WhippeU 

(C) 
T. U. Thynne (C) 



3303-206 



I>RirON8HIRR, RA8T, or 

9263 
Sir J. Kennaway, Bt (C) 
Unop, 



DRYON8HIRB, MID, or 

9726 
C. Seale-Hayne (L) 4380 
J. A. Nix (d) 3976-404 

I>RirON8HIRR, NORTH, 

G. Lambert (L) 4283 
Prof. J. Long (LU) 2023-1360 



I>RirON8HIRR, NORTH 

9203 
Sir W. H. WabH)nd, Bt 
(0) Unop, 



10,969 
Victor Cavendish (LU) 



^nop. 



8351 
H. E. Kearley (L) 

E. J. C. Morton (L) 
J. Lockie JC) 

F. McC. Goodheart 
(C) 



3538 
3458-80 



HONITON 

Sir J. Kennaway, Bt. (C) 

tJiuyp. 



A8HBURTON 

9777 
C. Seale-Hayne (L) 
J. A. Nix (C) 



4487 
3716-771 



or 80UTH MOIiTON 

8714 
G. Lambert (L> 

Unop, 



RA8T, or TIVBRTON 

9067 
Sir W. H. Walrond, Bt 
(C) Unop. 



By-£lectiok8, 1900-4 



Mr, Morton died, 
Oct 22, 1902 (8946):- 
J. Lockie (C) 3785 

Hon. T. A. Brassey 

(L) 3757-28 

Mr, Lockie resigned, 
June 20, 1904 114,379):— 
J. W. Benn (L) 6219 
Sir J. Jackson (C) 617»-1040 



Mr, Seale-Hayne died, 
Jan. 7,1904ilO^):- 
H.T.feve,K.t!.(L)5034 
Sir R. Harrison (C 3558-1476 



LIBBRAL TBAR BOOK, 1906,dbyGoOQle 



196 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

DBVOHSHIRH, MORTH' 

10.180 
G. Pitt Lewis, Q.C. 

(L) 4577 

A. Kekewich, Q.C. 

(C) 3734-843 

DBVOHSHIRH, SOUTH, 

9188 
F.B. MUdmay(L)4S80 
H. Y. B. Lopes (C) 3252-1137 



DRYOHBHIRB, TORQU 

7738 

Lewis Mlyer (L) 3500 

R. Mallock (C) 3161-348 



DRVON8HIRR, 

10,851 
Visct. Ebrixu^n 

(L) 53B0 

H. M. Imbert- 

Terry (C) 3172-2218 

DRW8BIIRTr74,363] 

Sent J. Simon (L) 6124 

J. Fox (C) 3864-2460 



DoNc ASTER— see Yorkshire. 



DONROAIi^AST [41,309] 

A. O'Connor (N) 4089 
T. Lea (L) 2902-1097 



WB8T,or BARNBTAPXiR 

10,180 
G. PittrLewis, Q.C. 

(LU) 4222 

L S. Leadam (L) 



or TOTNR8 ^796] 

F. B. MildmayJLU) 4652 
£. R Pearce-Edg- 
cumbe (L) 1141-3511 

AY 150,407] ^^ 

R. Mallock (C> 3135 

Lewis Mlyer(L) 3055-80 



OP TAinSTOOK [57,704] 

10,851 
Yisct Ebrlngton 

(LU) 3917 

Sir J. B. Phear (L) 2722-1195 



11,439 
Sent J. Simon (L) 5118 
J. S. Colefax (C) 2759-2359 
Sir J. Simon resigned, 
Nov. 16. 1888 (11,7©) :— 
M. Oldroyd (L) 6071 
H. O. Arnold- 
Forster (LU) 3969-2102 



7840 
A. O'Connor (N) 
T. B. Stoney (C) 



3972 
2551-1421 



DONBOAIi,jroRTH [43,353] 
4597 



J. B. O'Doherty 

(N) 
Col. H. H. A. Stew- 



art (C) 



952-3645 



DONBGAIi, SOUTH [42,296 

B. KeUy (N) 5055 

A. H. Foster (C) 1369-3686 



DONROAIi, 

7377 
P. O'Hea (N) 



[46,762] 
Unop. 



J. E. O'Doherty (N) 4283 
Col.H.H.A.Stew- 



914-3349 



art(C) 
Mr, 0*£k>herty resigned. 
Jnne 25, 1890 (7198):- 
J. R. Maguire (N) Unop, 



7854 
B. KeUy (N) 4905 

A. H. Foster (C) 1399-3506 
Mr, Kelly died. 
Feb. 2, 1887 (7837) :- 
J.G.SwiftMacNeiU 

(N) 4604 

H. Munster (LU) 953-3651 



7877 
P. O'Hea (N) Unop, 

Mr. 0*Hea resigned. 
May 80, 1890 (5^):— 
J. J. Dalton (N) Unop, 



1892 

[62,663] 

10,442 
A.Bill8on(L) 
L. White (LU) 



4383 
4236-147 



F. B. Mildmay (LU) 4815 
A. H. Lush (L) 2384- 



2384-2431 



M04 
R. Mallock (C) 4157 

SirA.D.Hayter,Bt 
(L) 3763-394 



11,720 
H. F. Lnttrell (L) 4458 
CoL R. T. White- 
Thomson (LU) 4241-217 



11,768 
M. Oldroyd (L) 
H. a CauUey (C) 



5759 
3670-2069 



7051 
A. O'Connor (N) 3546 
E. T. Herdman (LU) 2783-763 



6065 
J. Mains (N) 3819 

D. B. McCorkell (P) 1106-2711 



6710 
J.G.SwiftMacNeiU 

(N) 3030 

H. Stubbs (C) 1400-2530 



5279 
T. D. Sullivan (N) 



Unop. 



LIBBRAI. YBAR BOOK, 1905. byLiOOgle 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



197 



1896 

DBYOHSHIRB, NORTH 

10,885 
SirW.C.GuU,Bt. 

(liU) 4825 

A. Billson (L) 



DBYONSHIRB, SOUTH, 

9131 
F. R MUdmay 

(LU) 4690 

A. J. Sparke (L) 



DHYOH8HIRH, TORQU 

10^ 
Comr. A. S. Phill- 

pottfi <C) 4205 

F. Liayland-Barratt 

(L) 4090-175 

DBYON8HIRR, WR8T, 

12,154 
H. F. LuttreU (L) 4970 
Col. a T. White- 
Thomson (LU) 4507-378 



DBW8BURT 

12,187 
M. Oldroyd <L) 5379 
H. S. Cautley jq 8875-1504 
E. R.HarUey <Lab)10eO 



DONBGAIf, BA8T 

OBOl 
A. O'Connor (N) 3902 
£. T. Herdman 
(LU) 2K9-668 

I>ONBOAIi, NORTH 

8622 
T. Cuiran (N) 



1900 

WB8T, or BARNBTAPIiB 

11,916 
E. J. Soares (L) 5007 
SirW. C.GuU,Bt 
(LU) 4660-347 



OP TOTNB8 

9678 
F. B. Mildmay (LU) 



Unop, 



I>ONROJLX«, 80UTH 

6380 
J. aSwiftMac- 
NeilLQ-CiN) 9614 
H. StSbbs (C) 1313-2901 



DONHOJUL, WB8T 

6254 
T. D. SuUivan (N) 



Unop, 



AY 

9313 
F. Layland-Barratt 

(L) 4020 

J. R. L. Rankin (C) 3891-129 



OP TAYI8TOCK 

12,202 
J. W. Spear (LU) 4746 
Hon. John WaUop (L) 4731-15 



13,296 
M. Oldrofd (L) 6045 
F. St. J. Morrow(C) 3807-2148 



Unop, 



3113 
2660-453 



7950 
E. McFadden (N) 
J. Cooke, Q.C. (C) 



8095 
W. 0'Doherty(N) 
A. O'Connor (N) 



8370 
J. O. Swift MacNeiIl,Q.C. 
(N) Unop, 



J. Boyle (N) 



9475 



Unop, 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Mr, Oldroyd resigned, 
Jan. 28, 1902 (13,476);— 
W. Runclman (L) 5069 
J. Haley (C) 4512-1157 

H. (^eloh (Soc) 1597 



Unop, 



LIBBRAL YEAR BOOK, 1005»dbyCoOgIe 



108 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

DOR8BT, HAST [02,887] 

HoiLP.C.01yn(L)4543 
G. H. Bond (C) 384^-087 



DORSET, HORTH [43,104] 

Hon. K. B. Port- 
manJL) 4520 

Hon. H. N. Sturt 
(C) 3031-1488 

DOR8RT, SOUTH [00,937] 
7316 
H. P. Stnrgis (L) 3128 
CoLC.J.T.Hambro 
(C) 300&-33 



DORSET, WEST [36,006] 
7914 
H. R. Ffiirquharson 

(C) 3507 

H. C. G. Batten (L) 3306-141 



DOYBR [39.536] 

Mai. A. G. Dicluon 

(C) 2066 

R. M. Lawes (L) 1418-648 



DOWN, RAST [47,390] 
9605 
Capt. R. W. B. Ker <C) 

Unop, 



DOWN, NORTH [55,718] 
9277 
Col. T.WarinK(C) 4315 
J. S. Brown (L) 2841-1474 



DOWN, SOUTH [48,318] 
10,335 
J. F. Small (k) 4985 
W.H.Ki8bey.Q.C.. 
(C) 3743-1252 



0758 
G. H. Bond (C) 4317 

Hon. P. C. Glyn (L) 38e2-«55 
Mr, Bond died. 
Nov.27, 189laO,175|:- 
Hon. H. N. Sturt (C)4421 
Hon. P. C. Glyn (L) 4074-347 



Hon. E. B. Portman 
(L) 3571 

Hon. Evelyn Ashley 
(LU) 



Col. C. J. T. Hambro 
(Q _ . _. 3477 



2486-991 



3278 



H. P. Stnrgis (L) 
Col, Hanibro died. 
May 7. 1891 (7757) :- 
Ma}. W. E. Brymer 

E. R. Pearce-Edg- 
cmnbe (L) 



7914 
H. R. Farqnharson 

(C) 3672 

H. C. G. Batten (L) 2467-1205 



1892 

10,573 
Hon. H. N. Sturt (C) 



Z/hop. 



8714 
J. K. Wingfleld- 

Digby {€) 
A. Arnold (L) 



3061 
3io6-525 



4885 
Maj. A. G. Dickson 
Mc^, Dickson died, 
Julyl2, 1889 (5173) :- 
G. Wyndham (C) 



8310 
Maj. W. E. Brymer 

(C) 3657 

E. R. Pearce-Edg- 

cumbe (L) 348&-168 



7747 
H. R. Farquharson 

(C) 3691 

C. T. Gatty (L) 2813-878 

Mr. Farquharson died. 
May UjySs (7713) :- 
Col. R. Williams (C) 3538 
G. W. Homer a) 2326-1213 



Unop, 



Unop, 



9605 
Capt. R. W. B. Ker 

(C) 5093 

H. McGrath (N) 2561-2582 
Caxit, Ker resigned. 
May 25, 1890 (9903):- 
Dr. J, A. Rentoul (C) Unop, 



mi 

CoL T. Waring (C) 
R. McNabb (S\ 



964-3995 



10,335 
M.McCartan(N) 4786 
R. S. Corbett (LU) 3816-970 



5156 
G. Wyndham (C) 2231 
MaJ.E. G.Edwards 
(L), 97&-1253 



8767 
Dr. J. A. Rentoul (C) 



Unop. 



Col. T. Waring (C) 



Unop, 



M. McCartan (N) 
J. W. Craig (LU) 
E. Magenis (P) 



4207 
3636-671 
42 



LIBERAL YEAR &OOK, 1905, 



'^d by Google 



POLL^BOOK, 1886-1004. 



100 



1895 

DOR8BT, HAST 

11,018 
Hon. H. N. Sturt (C) 



Unop, 



DORSHT, MORTH 

8518 
J. K. Wingfleld-DiflTbx <C) 



DOR8RT, SOUTH 

8544 
Maj. W. E. Brymer (C) 



'nop. 



DOR8RT, WB8T 

7718 
CoL R. Williams (C) 



Unop. 



DOYBR 

5383 
O. Wyndham (G) 



Unop. 



DOWM, BAST 

8804 
Dr. J. A. Rentoul, Q.G. (C) 
Unop. 



DOWM, NORTH 

9496 
Col. T^WariM (C) 
ring died. 



Col. Waring c 
Sept. 7, 1888 (9702) :~ 
J. Blakiston-Hous- 



UTwp. 



ton(C) 
T. L. Corbett (O 



8101-280 



DOWN, SOUTH 

8715 
M. McCartan (N) 1057 
Dr. Rowan (C) 8378-079 



1900 

11,616 
Hon. H.N. Start (O 4776 
A. A. AUen (L) 4680^ 



8318 
J. K. Wingfield- 

Digb7(d) 3705 

Hon. G. Gordon (L) 8165-540 



9011 
CoL W. E. Brymer 

Capt. A. L. Ronton 



(L) 



8519-865 



7448 
CoL R. WilliamB (C) 



Unop. 



G. Wyndham (C) 



Unop. 



8489 
Dr. J. A. RentouL Q.C. (C) 
Unop. 



T. L. Corbett (C) 4498 
CoL Sharman- 
Crawford (C) 3230-1263 



8944 
M. HcCartan (N) 



Unop. 



Bt-Elechoks, 1900-4 



Jlir. Siurtoueeeeded to peer- 

age ae Lord Alington. 
March 1& 1904 (12.686) :— 
C. Lyell (L) 5029 

C. van Raaite (C) 5109-820 



Dr. Bentoul made a Judge. 
Foh. 5, 1908in[84) :— 
J. Wood (Lt^ 8576 
C6L Wallace (C) 3429-U7 



Mr. MeCartan resigned. 

Feb; 19. 1902 (8799) >- 

J. MaoVeaffh (N) Unop, 



UBBHtAL TBAB BOOK» 1W6. dbyGoOglc O 



200 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

raST [44,806] 
90B6 
Lord Arthur Hm<C) 



Unop. 



Droitwich— «ee Wobobstbr shibb. 



DUBUll, COIiUiOH OR 

10,786 
T.D.Sumyan(N)6M8 
D. Sherlock (L) 151»-fiOaO 



1886 

MB6 

Lend Arthur HUl 

J. a MoHogh (N) utt^^aoo 



T. D. SnUlyan (N) 



Vnap. 



DUBIilH, HARBOUR [74,022] 
11,004 _ I 



T. Harrington (N) 6717 
SirR Blennerhas- 
sett, Bt. (L) 

DUBIiIN, 8T. PATRIGK*8 160,132] 
8044 
W.N.Murph7(N)fi3aO 
':<C1 1162-4168 



11,282 



T. Harrington (N) 



M. £. Dockrel 



DUBMN, ST. 8TRPHRN 

10,277 
K. D. Gray (N) 5877 
Sir E. C. Guinness, 
Bt. (C) 3334-1043 



DUBIiIN COUNTY, NOR 

12,336 
J.J. Clancy (N) 7560 
Capt R. Caldbeck 
(C) 1425-6135 



DUBIiIN OOUNT7, BOUrTH 
11,814 
Sir T. Esmonde, 

Bt. (N) 6114 

I. T. Hamilton (C) 8736-1378 



DUBLIN UNnnBRBITT 

2 seats, 4155 
H. Holmes, Q.C. (C) 
Hon. D. R. Plunket, Q. C. (C) 
XThop. 



W. M. Murphy (N) 
3B4] 



Unop. 



lU* 
K D. Gray (N) 
Sir E. SulliTan, Bt. 



5006 

2565-2443 



Mr, Gray died. 
May 12, 1888 (10,530) :- 
T. A. Dickson <N) 4810 
R. Sexton (C) 2032-1887 



TH I 

12.320 
J. J. Clancy (N) 



Unop, 



[81,110] 

11,314 
SirT. Esmonde, Bt. 

(N) 5022 

J.T.Pim(LU) 8264-1768 



4155 
Hon. D. R. Plun- 
ket, dC.(C) 1871 
Seijt. H. Holmes, 

Q.C. (C) 1867 

H. Johnson (N) 57-1810 

B. P. Counsel (N) 56 
Mr. Holmes made a Judge, 
Julyl2, 1887 (4002):- 
D. H. Madden (C) 1376 
Hon. R. C. Parsons 
(C) 712-«4 



1892 

10^ 
Lend Arthur Hm(C) 



Unop. 



6781 
Dr. J. E. Kenny (P) 2568 
Sir H. Cochrane 

(LU) 1441-1127 

T. D. SuUlvan (N) 1116 



11,370 
T. Harrington (P) 4482 
J. McDonnell (N) 1376-3106 



7261 
W. Field (P) 3S04 

W. M. Murphy (N) 1110-2584 



W. Kenny, Q.C. (LU) 2893 
Dr. J. M. Meade (P) 2878-15 



W. Pearson (N) 



615 



1L400 

J.J.C]ancy$>) 3001 

J. Mooney (N) 2906-1296 

E. H. Woods (C) 1638 



10^ 
Hon. Horace Plun- 

kettlO 4371 

Dr. F. Mullen (P) 2261-2110 
SirT. Esmonde, Bt 

(N) 1452 



Hon. D. R. Plunket, 

Q.C. (C) 2188 

E. Carson. Q.C.(C) 1609 
CoL J. C. Lowry (C) 807-712 



IJBBBAL YBAR BOOK. im,,n.e..yGoOg\^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



201 



1895 

DOVN, VB8T 

9662 
Lord Arthur HiUiC) 

Unop. 
Lord A rthur Hill resiffned, 
July 19, 1898 (9304) :- 
Capt. A. Hill (C) UfMp. 



1900 

8815 
Capt A. HiU (G) 



DUBLIN, OOLLBOX ORBBH 

7696 
Dr. J. B. Kenny (P) 

Unop, 
Dr, Kenny resigned, 
April 6, 1896 (10,127):— 
J. L. Carew (P) Unop, 

DUBLIN, HARBOUR 

11,018 
T. Harringrton (P) 



DUBLIN, ST.PJLTRIOK'S 

9691 
W. Field (P) 

Unop, 

DUBLIN, ST. 8TBPHBN 

8097 
W. Kenny, Q.C. 

(LU) 9661 

Count Plunkett(P) 3205-456 
Mr, Kenny accepted office, 
Sept. 2, 1886(8697) :- 
W; Kenny, Q.C. 

(LU) 3325 

P. Mahony (P) 2893-432 
Mr. Kenny made a Judge, 
Jan. 21. 1M8 (8735):- 
J. H. M. Campbell, 

Q.C.(C) 3525 

Count Plunkett (C) 3387-138 

DUBLIN COUNTY, NOR 

11,378 
J. J. Clancy (P) 4520 
D. J. Wilson (C) 2280-2240 



DUBLIN COUNTY, SOU 

10 949 
Hon. Horace*Plun- 

kettlC) 4901 

E. H. Burke (P) 296SM989 



DUBLIN UNnnSRSITT 

4506 
Hon. D. R. Plunket, Q.C. (C) 
B. Carson, Q.C. (C) Unop. 
Mr, PlvmJcet raised to the 

peerage as Lord Hath- 

more, 
Dec. 6, 1895 (4506):- 
W. B. H. Lecky 

(LU) 1767 

G. Wright* Q.C. (C) 1011-746 



10,223 
J. P. Nannettl (N) 
J. L. Carew (N) 



T. Harrington (N) 



W. Field (N) 



S ORBBN 

8714 
J. MoCann <N) 
J. H. M. Campbell, 
Q.C. (C) 



Unop, 



2467 
2173-294 



Unop. 



Unop, 



287^^556 



TH 

J. J. Clancy 



12,429 

r(N) 



TH 



10,702 



J. J.Mooney(N) 
Hon. Horace Plu 

kett (C) 
F. B. Ball (C) 



Unop. 



8410 



2906-504 
1539 



Sir B. Carson, Q.C. (C 
W. E. H. Lecky (LU) 



Unop, 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Mr, MeCann died. 
Maroh21, 1904 (8018):— 
L. A. Waldron (N) 3457 
C. L. Mathleson (U) 2821-636 



Mr, Lecky resigned, 
March 5, 1903 (4558) :— 
J. H. M. Campbell, 

K.C.(C) 1491 

A. W..Samuels, K.C. 

<C) 1428^ 



J by Google 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



iQ2 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

DUDUDT [g6j91(q 



H. B. Sheridan (L) 6877 

a RoMnson (C) fi8U-1166 

DuLwioH— «e< Cambbbwxll 



DUMBARTONSHIRB P0,722] 
10,068 
A. Orr-Ewing (C) 4514 
R. T. Raid, Q.C. (L) 4357-167 



DUMFRnS DISTRICT [S 

8148 
E. Noel Oi) 1546 

M. W. MatUnson 
(C) 1868-188 

DUMFRDB88HIRB [58,586] 
9480 
SirR.Jardine,Bt 
(L] 4857 

larlof- 



Earl of Dalkeith 

(C) 

DUHDBB [150.068] 
2 seats, 17,420 
C. C. Laoaita (L) 
E. Robertson {ij} 
A. H. Moncnr (It) 
Edward Jenkins 
(C) 



8506-1201 



8261 
7187 
e27»-906 



5149 



14,018 
R Robinson (C) 6475 
H. a Sheridan (L) 4545-1S80 



10,068 

Sir A. Orr-Ewing, 
Bt(C) 4249 

R. C. Munro Fer- 
guson (L) 4217-« 



7,799] 

8148 
R. T. Reid, Q.C. (L) 1547 
M. W. Maitinson 
(C) 1217-880 



9489 
Sir R. Jardine, Bt 

T. McKie (L) 



17,420 



DURHJLM OITT [15,122] 
2010 
T. Milvain <C) 1114 
T, C. Thompson (L) 998-121 



2010 
T. Milvain (C) 
O. Brooks (L) 



4106 
8262-654 



4671 



nop. 



1120 
855-274 



DURHAM, BARHARD G A8TLB [60,^ 

SirJ. W^Peaee* 

Bt(L) 5062 

Hon. P. Bowes- 

Lyon (C) 2457-8605 



SirJ.W.Pea8e,Bt<L) 



DURHAM, BISHOP AUOKULHD [66,232] 
0658 9^8 

J. M. Panltott (L) 5007 J. M. Paulton (L) 

M. D'A. Wyvill(C)2280-8e27 



'nop. 



Unop, 



1892 

15,808 
R Robinson IC) 
H. Spensley <L) 



5619-1048 



11,789 
Cant J. Sinclair 04 5249 
A.W7]ie(C) 4956-293 



R. T. Reid, Q.C. (L) 1608 
Sir A. N. Agnew, 
Bt (LU) 1106-532 



W. J. MaxweU (LU) 4123 
T.McEieOi) 3849-274 



18,214 
J.Leng(L) 8484 

E. Robertson (L) 8191 
W. O. Dalgleish JC) 5660-2532 
W. C. Smith (LU) 5066 
J.Maodonald(Lab) 354 



2i. A. Fowler (L) 1076 
T. Milvain, Q.C. (C) 1000-75 



10,960 
Sir J. W. Pease, 

Bt.(L) 5337 

W. Rolley (C) 2924-2418 



11,243 
J. M. Pftulton (L) 5784 
B. Waddington (Q 2607-3177 



T.TBHRAL YBAB BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



20 



DUDIiBT 



1895 

14,831 
B. Robinson (C) 
C.J. Fleming, Q.C. 
(L) 



6596 
579^741 



DUMBARTOHSHIRX 

12.292 
A. WyKe (C) 5875 

Gapt J. Sinclair (L) 5342-33 



DUMFRIB8 DISTRICT 

3456 
SirR.T.Reid, 

Q.C. (L) 1786 

W. Mnrray (LU) 118ih«)0 

DUMFRIB88HIRB 

9135 
R. Souttar (L) 3965 

W. J. Maxwell (LU) 3952-13 



DUNDBB (2) 

18,011 
E. Robertson (L) 



SirJ. Leng(L) 

W. C. Sndth (LU) 6390-2202 



7002 
7592 



Edward Jenkins 

(C) 
J. Macdonald 

(ILP) 1313 



4318 



DURHAM OITT 

2482 
M. Fowler (L) 
Hon. Arthur KUiot 

Mr. Fowler died, 
June 30, 1896 (2548):— 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

(LU) 1167 

H. F. Boyd, Q.C. (L) 1102-65 



1111 
1110-1 



J BARNARD G 

11,194 
Sir J. W. Pease, 

Bt.(L) 4924 

CaptHon. W. L. 

Vane (C) 384^1076 



DURHAM, BISHOP AU 

10,979 
J. M. Paulton (L) 5032 
G. K Markham 
(C) 3736-1297 



1900 

16 859 
a Robinson (C) 6161 
W. Belcher (Lab) 



13,731 
A.Wylie(C) 6083 

P. R Buchanan (L) 6303-690 



3717 
SirR.T.Reid,Q.C. 



y^% 



urray (LU) 



1847 
1300-647 



9178 
W. J. Maxwell (LU) 4124 
R. Souttar (L) 367&-449 



18,656 
E. Robertson (L) 



SirJ. Lena (L) 
A. D. Smith (C) 
J. E. Graham (LU) 6152 



7777 
7650 
6181-2169 



2607 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

(LU) 1260 

Sir W.N. Geary, Bt. 

(L) 781-469 



ASTIiB 

11,046 
Sir J. W. Pease, 

Bt.(L) 
Maj. Hon. W. L. 

Vane (C) 



6036 
3646-1491 



OKULND 



11,341 



J. M. Paulton (L) 4872 
W. H. Hopkins (C) 3641-1231 



Bv-ELExmoKs, 1900-4 



Sir J, W, Pease died, 
July 24, 1903 (11.228) :— 
A. Henderson (Lab) 8370 
CoL Hon. W. L. Vane 

H. Beaumont (L) 2809 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905.. OOgLC 



204 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

DURHJUt, GHBSTBR-Ii 

11,830 
J. Joioeir (L) 4408 

R Lloyd-Jonee 

iL) aaofksos 

.ABhworth(C) 2018 

DURHAM, HOUGHTON- 

12,902 
John Wilson (L) 6511 
N. Wood (C) 47(rr-1744 



1886 

H-STRBIST [93,211] 

,11,830 
J. Joioey (L) 



yn 



IJD.8PRIMO^,40fif] 

N. Wood (C) * fi870 

John WllHon (L) OOSS^ll 



DURHAM, JARROV [91, 
12,887 
a M. Palmer (L) 5702 
J. Johnson (I) 1731-^071 



DURHAM, MID [74,573] 
11.146 
W. Crawford (L) 5790 
F. A. Vane-Tem- 
pest (C) 8245-2564 



DURHAM, HORTH 

9543 
L. Athorley- Jones 

(L) 5061 

Col. A. R Wilbra- 

ham (C) 3065-1866 

DURHAM, SOUTH-HAS 

13.176 
Gen. Sir H. Havelock- 
Allan, Bt. (L) 5003 
SirO. EUiot, BC: (C) 4864-748 



Unop. 



9S5] 

12,807 
Sir C. M. Pahner, Bt jL) 

t7nop. 



11,146 
W. Crawford (L) Unop. 
Mr. Orav^ara died, 
July 17, 1890 (11,382):- 
John Wilson (L) 6469 
F. A. Vane-Tem- 
pest (C) 3375-2004 

ST [82,261] 

9643 
L. Atherley-Jones (L) 



Unop. 



T [70,189] 

13,176 
Gen. Sir H. Havelock- 

Allan, Bt. (LU) 4864 
H. F. Boyd (L) 4016-999 



Ealino— see Miodlbsex. 
Eastbourne— see Sussex. 
East GiuNSTEAD-^ee Susse z. 
£ccLEs->see Lancashire. 
Ecx;le8al.l— see Sheffield. 
Eddisburt— see Cheshire. 
Edgbaston— see Birminqha 



BDIHBUROH. GBHTRA 

8260 
John Wilson (L) 2930 
J. H. Renton(L) 1683-1247 
MaJ. J. S. Napier 
(C) 1606 

A. W. Black (L) 770 

BDINBURGH. BAST [73, 

G. J. Goschen (L) 4337 

B. F. C. Costelloe 

(L) 1929-2408 



M. 

L [62,262] 

8269 
W. McEwan (L) 3760 
John Wilson (LU) 2236-1524 



7638 
Dr. R. Wallace (L) 3694 
G. J. Goschen (LU) 2253-1441 



1882 

13|169 
J. Joioey (L) 6453 

SirE.Siilliyan,Bt. 
(LU) 4006-2387 



11,716 
Capt H. T. Fen- 

wlck (L) 6256 

N. Wood (C) 482S.1433 

J. Hargrove (IL) 814 

14,231 
Sir a M. Palmer, 

Bt (L) 7343 

E. D. Lewis (Lab) 2416-4S27 



11,789 
John Wilson {U 5661 



C. E. Hunter ( 



10, 



8089-1902 



L. Atherley-Jones 

(L) 5121 

J. D. Dunville (LU) 2891-2230 



14,199 
J. Richardson (L) 6560 
Gen.SlrH.Havelock- 
Allan, Bt (LU) 5396-164 



7725 
W. McEwan (L) 3733 
A.K.Connell(LU) 175&-1975 
John Wilson (Lab 434 



8840 
Dr. R. Wallace (L) 3869 
R-W.M.Fullarton 
(LU) 2800-lieO 



HBKRAL YEAR BOOK, 1006,,^,,,, .^GoOgle 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-^1004. 



206 



DURHJLM, GHBSTBR-Ii 

14,618 
Sir J. Joicey, Bt. 

(L) 7S70 

Visct. Morpeth 

(LU) 41ia-3267 

DURHJLM, HOUGHTON. 

13,967 



1900 

B-STRJBBT 

16s356 
Sir J. JoiceyTBt (L) 5630 
Capt J. Nioholson 
(C) 53»l-430 



R. Cameron (L) t 
V.C.aW.Corbett 

(C) 



5711-881 



UD-SPRIHG 

U.317 
R. Cameron (L) 6865 
R. W. Jackson (C) 4817-1918 



DURHJLM, JARRO V 

14.431 
Sir C. M. Fahner, Bt. (L) 
Ifnop, 



DURHJLK, MU> 

12,519 
John Wilson (L) 5037 
A. Wilkinson 
(LU) 4295-1642 



DURHAM, HORTH-WB 

11^ 
L. Atherley-Jones 

(L) 5428 

J. Joicey (C) 3869-1550 



DURHAM, SOUTH-BA8 

14j702 
Qen. Sir H. Havelock- 

Allan, Bt (LU) 5078 
J. Richardson (L) 5864-114 
Cfen. Sir H. Havelock- 

Allan died, 
Feb. 3, 1888 (14,853):- 
J. Richardson (L) 6286 
Hon. r. W. Lamb- 
ton (LU) 6011-275 



BDIMBURGH,OJBHTRAI« 

7580 



15,739 
Sir C. M. Palmer, Bt jL) 
ur 



12,816 
John Wilson (L> 
C. B. Hunter (C) 



^nop. 



4105-1400 



13.725 
L. Atherley-Jones, 



j.%^'^' 



oicey (C) 



5158 
5137-21 



14,819 
Hon. F. W. Lamb- 
ton (LU) 6106 
J. Richardson (L) 5524-674 



W. McEwan (L) 



Unop, 



BDIKBURGH, 

9437 

Dr. R. Wallace (L) 3189 
H. Q. Younger 

(LU) 3050-449 

Dr, WaUace died, 
June 23, 1890 (10,730):— 
G. McCrae (L) 4891 
H. O. Younger 

(LU) 2961-1930 



7630 
G. M. Brown (L) 
A. 0>nan Doyle 

(LU) 



11,025 
G. McCrae (L) 
R S. Brown (C) 



2459-569 



4461 
3170-1291 



BY-EuBcnovs, 1900-4 



LIBBRAL TBAB BOOK, 10Q6. dbyGoOglc 



206 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



18B6 



SOUTH 



XDIHBUmOH, 

8754 

SirO. Harrison (L) 4278 
T. BaMgh (L) 2874-iaW 
Sir a. Marri»<m died, 
Jan. ffi. 1886 (8754):- 
H. C. B. Childers 

(L) 4088 

Master of PM. 

warth(C) 1780-»8 



1886 

[107.808] 

8754 
H. C. B.Childers(D 8778 
R.PiirYi8(LU) 8181-1587 



XDIMBUROH, 

7565 
T. R. Baohanan 

(L) 8800 

G. A. Jamiason (C) 9085-U75 



T. R. Buchanan <LU) 8088 
R. Wallace <L) 8388- 
Mr, Bwehanan rettigned. 
Feb. 18. 1888 (774«i >- 
T.R.BachananCL) 8288 
T. Raleigh (LU) 8244-54 



BDIMBUBOH mnd BT. JL 

flBSS 
J.H.A.Macdonald 

(C) 2840 

J. S. Erichsen (L) 245!MB7 



1802 

10,784 
Herbert Paul (L) 
L.Mlyer(LU) 



4981-431 



Viflot Wolmer 

(LU) 3728 

T. R. Buchanan (L) 32ie^l2 
Vitet, Wolmer sttoeeeded to 

veerageasLordSelbame. 
Il£r28, 1885(8452):— 
L-MlverOiU) 8988 
Master of Elibank 

(L) 8076-706 



NDBBV8 UNIYBB8ITIB8 

6800 



HDIMBUROHBHIRB, MI 

12.824 
W. E. Gladstone 

(L) 7879 

C. Dalrymple (C) 3248-4681 

EoRSMONT-«ee Cumbbrlan 
EiFiON— see Carnabyonbhib 

BI«OIM DI8TBI0T [33,488] 
4290 
A. Asher, Q.C. (L) 

Unop. 

BI«OIH and HAIBH [87,975] 
5796 
Sir G.M. Grant, Bt. 

(L) 1612 

H. Brodie (C) 1556-56 

C. H. Anderson, Q.C. 
(L) 1435 



Elland— see Torkbhire. 
Enfield— see Middlesex. 
Eppmo— 4ee Essex. 
Epsom— see Surrey. 
EsKDALB — see Cumberland. 



J. H. A. Macdonald (C) 

Vnop. 

Mr, Macdonald appointed 
Lord Justice Clerk, 

NoY. 6, 1888 (7682) :— 

T. a Darling (C) Unop. 

Mr, Darling made a Judge, 

NOY. 12, 1800 (8223):- 

Sir C. J. Pearson, <).C. (CT) 

Unop, 
DX<OTHIJL]imL887] 

W. E. Gladstone (L) 



4250 
A. Asher, <).C. (L) 



H8SHZ, BJLST, or MAIi 

A.G.Kitohinff(L) 4509 
C. W. Gray(C) 3878-^1 



Unop, 



Unop, 



5796 
C. H. Anderson, <). C. 

(L) 1901 

Sir G.M. Grant, Bt 

(LU) 1872-119 

Mr, Anderson died, 
Oct & 1889 (5844) :— 
J. S.Keay(L) 2573 

C. B. Logan (LU) 2044^529 



DOH [58,030] 

8600 
C. W. Gray (C) 
E. B. Barnard (L) 



4143 
3686-457 



8408 



Sir C. J. Pearson, Q.C. jC) 
UiWi 



^nop. 



18,284 
W. E. Gladstone (L) 5845 
CJoL A. G. Wau- 
diope (C) 5155-600 



4182 
A. Asher, <).C. (L) 
J. A. Grant (LU) 



1668 
1127-541 



J. S. Keay (L) 
Sir W.C. Gull, 
(LU) ^ 



Bt 



1978-545 



10,160 
C;yrilDodd,Q.C.(L)4S21 
C.W.Gray^) 4158-168 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 190g^, ,ed byGoOglc 



POLIrBOOKy 1886-1904. 



207 



BDIMBURGH, BOU!rH 

12,053 
R. Cox (LU) i802 

Herbert Paul (L) i1(»M 
Mr. Cox died, 
June 19, 1899 (13,891) :— 



A. Dewar (L) 
Gen. A. G. Wi 
hope (C) 



auo- 



4869-831 



BDIMBUROH, WB8T 

8492 
L.M1ver(LU) 

Vnop. 



HDINBUROH and BT. A 

9195 
Sir C. J. Pearson, Q.C. (C) 
Unop, 
Sir C. J. Pearson made a 



Judge, 
May 12. 1896 (9195) :- 
SirW.Ptie8tiey(C) 



Sir W, 



iC^^Unap, 



tied. 



May 3. 1900 (99871 :— 
SirJ.B.TTie(C) Unop. 

BDIMBUROHSHIRB, MI 

13,750 
SirT.D.G.Cap- 
michael, Bt. (L) 6090 



MaJ>Hon 

rymple (LU) 



5631-459 



BIiOIM DISTRICT 

4441 
A Asher, Q.C. (L) 1853 
C. T. Gordon (LU) 1161-892 

ELGIN and HAIRN 

5669 
Hon. J. E. Gordon 

(C 2147 

J. S. Keay (L) 2019-128 



BSSBX, BAST, or MAIi 

10,(^1 
Hon. C. H. Strutt 

(C) 4618 

CyrUDodd, C^C. (L) 400fr4n2 



1900 

14,794 
Sir A. N. Agrnew, 

Bt. (C) 5766 

A. Dewar (L) 5655-111 



8926 
SirL.M*Iver,Bt. 

(LU) 
E. Adam (L) 



4180 
2645-1535 



UNIYBRSITI 

9987 
SirJ.B.Tuke(C) 

Unop, 



DIiOTHIAN 

13 991 
Master of EUbank 

(L) 5804 

CoL Hon. N. Dal- 

rymple-Hamilton 

(C) 5490-314 



4535 
A Asher, C^C. (L) 
J. Moffi&tt (O) 



5974 
Hon. J. £. Gordon 



1744 
1187-557 



J% 



A. Williamson (L) 



2334 
2159-175 



DOH 

10,018 I 

Hon. C. H. Strutt 

[C) 4649 

J. Ml Henderson (L) 3301-1348 ! 



BT-£LEcnoKs» 1900-4 



BB 



LIBKBAL YBAB BOOK, 1906t byGoOgie 



208 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

BSSBZ, MID, or OHBIiM 

9277 
W.J.Beadel(C) 4321 
R. B. Martin (L) a07»-1242 



1886 
SFORD [<Q,6^ 

W. J. Beadel (C) 
Mr. Beadel died. 
April 30, 1882 (9333): 
T. Usbome (C) 



B8BBX, HORTH, or SAP 

8306 
H. C. Gardner (L) 4755 
Hon. C. H. Strati 
(C) 3006-1748 

JB88BZ, HORTH-BA8T, 

10,141 
J. Round (C) 4584 

' ~ ■ ML) 3824-760 



FRON VAIiDBH [43,090] 



J. Jackson (L) 



BSBBX, SOUTH, or RO 

12,581 
J. WesUake, Q.C. 

<L) 4370 

J. Theobald (G) 430&^ 



BSSBX, SOUTH -BAST [07, 

8367 
CoL W. T. Makins 

(C) 3707 

W.H. Wills (L) 3600-207 



BSSBX, SOUTH-WBST, 

11,233 
E. N. Buxton (L) 4300 
T. C. Baring (C) 412£h-175 



BSSBX, WBST, or BPPI 

8239 
Sir H. J. Selwyn- 

Ibbet8on,Bt. (0)4658 
E. B. Barnard (L) 2815-1744 

EVBBTON— see LrVBRPOOL. 

Evesham— ^ee Worcbstebs 

EXOHANGB— iSee LiVBRPOOL. 

BXBTBR [53,141] 
6963 
Hon. H. S. North- 
cote (C) 3315 
E. Johnson (L) 3074-241 



C/fiop. 
Unop, 



H. C. (Gardner (L) 
G. W. Brewis (C) 



or HARWICH 

10,141 
J. Round (C) 
J. Wicks (L) 



4058 
3318-740 



2322-2301 



MFORD [217,08^ 

J. Theobald (C) 4233 

J. H. Webster (L) 1756-2478 
J. Westlake, Q.C. 

(LU) 1467 



;057] 

9367 
Maj.F.C.Rasch (0)3758 
W. H. Wills (L) 2816-842 



or WAI«THAM STOW [185, 

11,233 
Col. W.T. Makins 

(C) 4461 

A. Spicer (L) 



NO [58,790] 

9239 
Sir H. J. Selwyn-Ibbetson, 
Bt. (C) 

Unop. 



Hon. H. S. North- 
cote (C) 
E. Johnson (L) 



2878-343 



1892 



T. Usbome (C) 4168 
Dr. W. E. Grigsby 
(L) 2799-13G9 



H. C. Gardner (L) 
P. V. Snaith (C) 



10,824 
J. Round (C) 
R. Varty (L) 



4fi64 



4112 

3807-305 



16,750 
J. Theobald (C) 6724 
H. H. Raphael (L) 5542-1182 
Mr. Theobald died. 
April 2, 1884 (18,040) :— 
A. Money Wigram 

(C) 7573 

J. H. Bethell (L) 6880-683 



11,960 
Mai. F. C. Rasch (C) 4901 
E. W. Brooks (L) 4359-542 



548] 

15,323 
E. W. Byrne, Q.C. 

W. B. Whltting- 
ham (L) 



8476 
CoL Mark Lock- 
wood (C) 
S. B. Heward (L) 



6115 

4965-1150 



4536 
2738-17S6 



7872 
Hon. Sir H. S. 

Northcote, Bt (G) 3884 
A. E. Dunn (L) 3329^555 



PBBBAL YEAR BOOK, 190& 



d by Google 



POLL^BOOK, l886-i904» 



209 



1896 

BSBBX, MID, or OHBIiM 

T. Usbome (C) 

Unop, 



1900 

SFORD 

10.311 
Mai. F. C. Rasch 



Henry (L) 



BSSBX, HORTH, or 8AF 

8920 
C. Gold <L) 
C. W. Gray (C) 



FRON VALDBH 

8556 
Hon. A. Wodehouse 



BSSBX, HORTH-BJLBT, 

11.296 
J. Round (C) 4566 

R. Varty (L) 2685-1881 

BSSBX, SOUTEl, ov RO 

20,779 
A. Money Wigram 

(C) 8257 

J. H. BetheU Qi) 6130-1827 
Mr. Money Wigram re- 



ar HJLRWIOH 

12,186 
J. Round (O) 



Feb. 1, 1807 (23,475) :- 
L. Sinclair (C) 8156 

H. H. Raphael (L) 8031-125 

BSSBX, SOUTH-BAST 

13,640 
Mai. F. C. Rasch 

(G) 5160 

D. M. Watson (L) 3520-1940 



BSSBX, SOUTH 

17,747 
E.W. Byrne, Q.C. 

(C) 6876 

Arthur Pollen (L) 4523-2353 
Mr, Byrne maae a Jvdge, 
Feb. 3, 1897 (19,846) :- 
Sam Woods (L) 6518 
T. R. Dewar (C) 6239-279 

BSSBX, WBBT, or BPPI 

9771 
CoL Mark Lockwood (C) 
llnop. 



BXBTBR 

8196 
Hon. Sir H. S. 

Northcote.Bt. (0)3857 
A. S. HoM (L) 3363-494 
Sir H, S. Northcote ap- 
pointed Oovemor of 
Bombay, 
Nov. 6jl899 (8506) :— 
Sir £. Vincent (C) 4030 
Allan H. Bright (L) 8371-650 



c'i 



4978 
1849^129 



,%. 



Gray (C) 



8137-110 



CTitop. 



MFORD 

29,316 
L. Sinclair (C) 10,450 
Hon. L. R. Hol- 
land (L) 7388-3062 



15,169 
Col. K. Tofnell (C) 5815 
R. Whitehead (L) 4461-1354 



or WJUiTHJLMSTOW 

24,187 
D. J. Morgan (C) 9607 
Sam Woods (L) 7342-2465 



HO 

10,129 
CoL Mark Lockwood (C) 

tinop. 



8706 
Sir E. Vincent (C) 4001 
Allan H. Bright (t) 3388-613 



By-£lectiok8, 1900-4 



Mr, Wodehou8e died. 
May 31, 1901 (8550):- 
J. A. Pease (L) 3904 
C.W.Gray(C) 8202-792 



LIBERAL YEAR 



BOOK, 1905. d by Google 



210 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
Etb— «ee Suffolk. 

FAIiKIRK DISTRICT [78,981] 
7U1 



J. Ramsay (L) 



3104 
2204-400 
8U 
U 



S. L. Mason . 
J. G. Weir CL) 
J. Roskill (I^ 

Falmouth— «ee Penryn. 
Farbham— Aee Hamfshirx. 
Favkrsham— «ee Kent. 



1886 



7U1 
W. P. Sinclair (LU) 2712 
Harry Smith <L) 2QB8-19 



FBRMAHAOEl, 

0687 
W. Redmond (N) 3256 
J. C. Bloomfield (C) 2822-433 



NORTH [33,535] 

0887 
W. Redmond (N) 3128 
W. H. Archdale (C) 2802-208 



FJBRMAHAGH, SOUTH 

0855 

H. CampbeU(N) 3574 

F. T. Brooke (C) 2181-1368 



FIFB, BAST[51,477] 

J. B. Kinnear (L) 4533 

J. Oilmour (C) 2577-1950 

FIFB, WBST [77,087] 
8429 
Hon. R. P. Bruce (L) 



Unop. 



FIHSBURT, CHHTRAL 

7402 



H. Spensley (L) 
S. Isaac (C) 



2314^547 



FIHSBURT, BAST [39,827] 
0105 
J. Bisrwood (C) 2055 

J. Rowlands (L) 2035-20 



FINSBURT, HOLBORN 

9602 
CoLF. Duncan (C) 4047 
C. Harrison (L) 2473-1574 



FLINT DISTRICT [21,541] 
3773 
J. Roberts (L) 1835 

P. P. Pennant (C) 1713-122 



3553 



[31,895] 

0855 
H. Campbell (N) 
F. T. Brooke (C) 



H.H.Asquith<L) 2803 
J. R Kinnear (LU) 2489-374 



8429 
Hon. R. P. Bruce (L) Unop, 
Mr, Brtux resianed, 
July 5, 1888 (8812):— 
A. BiiTeUJL) 3551 

R. G. E. Wemyss 
(LU) 2758-793 

7482 
Capt F. T. Penton (C)2245 
Hon. H. Spensley (L) 2240^ 



0105 
J. Rowlands (L) 1973 
J. Bigwood (C) 1912-01 



[01,904] 

9602 
CoL F. Duncan (C) 3051 
D. Naoroji (L) 1950-1701 

Col, Duncan died, 
Nov. 29, 1888 (11,383):— 
Oainsf ord Bruce, 

Q.C. (C) 4388 

Earl Compton (L) 3433-805 

3773 
J. Roberts (L) 1827 

Sir H. M. Jackson, 
Bt. (C) 1403424 



1892 



8402 
Harry Smith (L) 3816 
W. P. Sinclair (LU) 3177-839 



2879 
2502-317 



2941 



R. M. Dane (C) 
J. Jordan (N) 



5788 
P. McQilligan (N) 
A. PattonlLU) 



9133 
H. H. Asquith, Q.C. 

(L) 3743 

J.Gilmour(C) 3449-2M 

9800 
A. Blrrell (L) 5215 

R. Yellowlees(LU) 1633-3382 



8311 
D. Naorqii (L) 2959 

Capt. F. T. Penton (C) 2950-3 



0079 
J. Rowlands (L) 
W. L. Shadwell (C) 



12,2U 
Oainsford Bruce, 

Q.C. (C) 4949 

G. Bateman (Lab) 2477-2472 
Mr. Bruce made a Judge, 



Auk. 12, 1892 (12.214):— 
SirCharles HaOl Q:C. (C) 
unop. 



3710 
J. H. Lewis (L) 
P. P. Pennant (C) 



1524-359 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



POLIrBOOK, 1886-1004. 



211 



1885 



FJUiKIMK DI8TBI0T 

8963 
John Wilson (LU) 4075 
Harry Smith (L) 



FBRMAMJLOH, HORTH 

5632 
R. M. Dane (C) 2782 
G. R. Leeper (L) 2106-^6 
Mr. Dane made a Co. Co, 

Jtulot, 
NovTl, 1898 (5325) :- 
KM.lrchdale (0)2568 
Dr. E. C. Thomp- 
son aC) 2001-477 

FBRMAHJLOH, SOUTH 

5519 
J. Jordan (N) 2792 

Sir A. D. Brooke. 
Bt (C) 200a-606 



361fr-716 



FIFE, 

M32 
H. H. Asqnith, 

Q.C. (L) 
J. Gilmour (C) 



FIFB, WBBT 

10.637 
A.BirrelLQ.C.(L)4719 
R. G. B. Wemyas 
(LU) 2065-1754 



FINBBURT,OBinnLUi 

Hon. W. F. Massey- 

Mainwarinflr(C) 3588 
D.NaorcdiO? 2783-805 

FINBBURT.BJLBT 

5840 
H. C. Richards (C) 2280 
J. Rowlands (L) 1900-270 

FIH8BURT, HOItBORN 

1U17 
Sir Charles Hall, <).C. (C) 

Unop, 
Bir a HaU died. 
March. 23. 1000 (10.003) :— 
J. F. Renmant (C) 

Unop. 

FlilNT DIBTRIOT 
3853 

J. H. Lewis (L) 1828 
P. P. Pennant (O 1663-165 



1900 



10.388 
John Wilson (LU) 
J. A. M. Macdonald 



(L) 



4022-200 



K M. Archdale (C) 



Unop. 



Bt-Elechoits, 1900-4 



Mr. Archdale resigned. 
March 20. 1903 (521$:- 
£. Mitchell (IC) 2407 
Capt. J. Craig iC) 2255-152 



J. Jordan (N) 2758 

T. & Battersby (C) 1982-771 



9505 
H. H. Asqtiith. 



l.H.B.C( 



(C) 



lonstable 



4141 
2710-1431 



J. D. Hope (L) 
G.W.RcOstO] 



11.206 

L) 4362 

»n(LU) 2374-1978 



Hon. W. F. Massey- 

Mainwaring (C) 2872 
J. Benson (L) 



5678 
H.C. Richards. <).C. 

(C) 2174 

J. A. Baker (L) 1827-347 



10.903 
J. F. Remnant (C) 



Unop. 



3581 
J. H. Lewis (L) 1760 
J. L. Price (C) 1413-347 



LTBBRATi TEAR BOOK, 1006. 



by Google 



212 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 


1885 


1886 


1892 


FUNTSHIRH [56,863] 
10,081 
Lord R. Grosvenor 

(L) 4756 
Hon. H. L. Mostyn 

(C) 8132-1026 

Lard R, Grosvenor raised 

to peerage as Lord Stal- 

March I; 1888 (10,081):- 
S. Smith (L) 4248 
P. P. Pennant (C) 2738-1510 


10,081 
a Smith (L) 

Unop. 


10,075 
S. Smith (L) 4507 
Sir R. A. Cunliffe, 
Bt. (LU) 314^1452 






Forest of DsAN-nsee Glouc 


BSTEBSHIRB. 




FORFARBHIRB [60,615] 
11,232 
J. W. Barclay (L) 6157 
W. A. Lindsay (C) 1851-4306 


11,232 
J. W. Barclay (LU) 3839 
D. C. Guthrie (L) 3432-407 


J. Rlgby, Q.d. (L) 4943 
J. WTBajfolay (LU) 40n-«6 
Sir J. Riglw appointed 

Lord of Appeal. 
Nov. 17, 1894 (12,010):— 
Hon. C. M. Ramsay 

(<3 6145 
H. Robson (L) 4859-286 


Fromb— see Sombbsbt. 




FULHAM [11^249] 

W. Hayea Finher (C) 2642 
G. W. E. Russell (L) 2d60>^ 


W. Hayes FteherC) 2567 
G. W. k Russell (L) 2247-310 


11 ^M 
W. Hayes FisW (C) 4365 
W. D. Bamett (L) 4154-211 


Gainsboroijoh— «ee Linool 


N8HIRB. 




OALWAT ^257] 

T. P. O'Connor (N) 1335 
T.G.P.HallettOC) 164-1171 
Mr, O'Connor elected to sU 
for Liverpool, Scotland. 
Feb. 11, 1886 (2»5):- 
Capt. ^. H. O'Shea 

M. A. Lynch (N) 54-888 


J. Pinkerton (N) 

Unop. 


1900 
J. Pinkerton (N) 644 
A. Lynch (P) fi0»-51 


OALWAT, OOHHBMAR 

5842 
P. J. Foley (N) 

Unop, 


A [46,608] 

5842 
P. J. Foley (N) 

Unop. 


6815 
P. J. Foley (N( 2637 
J. A. Joyce (P( 598-2039 


OALWAT, BAST [44,392] 

M. Harris (N) 4866 
Hon. R A. Nugent 
(C) 352-4514 


M. Harris (N) Unop. 

Mr. Harris died. 

May 14, 1800 (8191):- 

J. Roche (N) Unop. 


8034 
J. Roche (N) 3382 
J. Lynan (P) 974-2408 


OALWAT, HORTH [46,403] 
5010 
CoL J. P. Nolan (N) 

Unop. 


5919 
CoL J. P. Nolan (N) 

Unop. 


Col. J. P. Nolan (P) 2040 
Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) 1651-389 


OALWAT, SOUTH [41,300] 
7220 
D.Sheehy(N) 

Unop, 


7220 
D. Sheehy (N) 

Unop. 


6708 
D. Sheehy (N) 2623 
J. P. M'CTarthy (P) 1411-1212 



LIBBRAL TBAR BOOK, 190$,git,edbyGoOgle 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



219 



1895 

FIiIirVSHIRB 

10,S02 
a Smith (L) 4376 

Col. H. Howard (C) 3025-151 



1900 

10,774 
S. Smith (L) 4528 

CoL H. Howard (C) 3822-606 



FORFARBHIRB 

12,010 
J. M. White (L) 5150 
Hon. G. M. Ramsay 

JC)^^ . . *718-441 

Mr, White resigned, 
Jan. 30, 1887 (12,200):- 
Capt J. Sinclair (L) 5423 
Hon. C. M. Ramsay 

(C) 4065-458 



FULHAM 

12,716 
W. Hayes Fisher 

<C) 5378 

E. A. Cornwall (L) 3915-1463 
W. PameU (Lab) 186 



12 313 
Capt J. Sinclair (L) 4062 
Hon. C. M. Ramsay 
(C) 4714-248 



OALWAT 

1750 
J. Pinkerton (N) 
E. Leamy (P) 
M. Morris (C) 



506 

465-131 

385 



OALWAT, OOHNBMAR 

7155 
W. O'Malley (N) 

Unop, 



OALWAT, BAST 

7288 
J. Roche (N) 



Unop. 



OALWAT, NORTH 

10,034 
D. KUbride (N) 2600 
Col. J. P. Nolan (P) 2025-565 

OALWAT, SOUTH 

7265 
D. Sheehy (N) 



16,600 
W. Hayes Fisher 
„(C) ^ 6541 

E. A. Cornwall (L) 4247-1 



Hon. M. Morris (C) 882 
£. Leamy (N) 763-110 



By-£lectiox8, 1900-4 



W. O'Malley (N) 



J. Roche <N) 



10.475 
Col. J. P. Nolan (N) 



Unop 



Unop, 



Unop, 



Mr, Morris succeeded to 
peerage as Lord Killanin, 

Nov. 21, 1001 (2166):— 

A. Lynch (N) 1247 

Hon. Horace Plun- 
kett (C) 473-774 

Mr. Z/ynch convicted cf high 
treason. 

March 0,1003 (2347):— 

C. R. Devlin (N) Unop, 



Unopt 



8148 
W. J. Duffy (N) 



Unop, 



LIBBRAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. dbyGoOQlc 



214 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
O JLTBHHBJUL [108^888] 

Hon. W. H. J a 



xfe>; 



SIX 
Bottomleyi C) 8024-2788 



OUUfOmOAMBHnUB, H 

8544 
Alfred Thomas (L) 4886 
G. L. Clark (C) 

OUlMOmOANBHIRH, II 

C. R. M. Talbot (L) 

Unop, 



OIiAMOBOANSHIRB, M 

8210 
W. Abraham (L) 8850 
F. L. Davis (C) 



OUlMOmOAMSHIRB, 8 

A. J. Williams (L) 8945 
J. T. Dillwyn- 
Llewelyn (C) S351-.594 

OLAMOROAH8HIRB, W 

10,568 
F. A. Yeo (L) 5660 

H. N. Miers (C) 210^-3457 



0IJI.800V. BIiAOKFRI 

0725 
Mitchell Hemr <L) 8750 
W. C. Mauffhan (CJ SlS7-«22 
' '"■ Maxwell 



ID [82,7881 ^^ 

C. R M. Talbot (L) Unop, 
Mr, Talbot died. 
Feb. 20, 1890 (10,580):— 
S. T. Evans (L) Unop, 

HOM DDA [88,068] 

8810 
W. Abraham (L) 



OUTH [103,1 



J. Shaw 
(Crf.) 



1156 



0IJI.800W, BRIDOBTON 

10.068 
E. R. Russell (L) 8001 
E. V. A. Maitland 

WC) 8478-123 

. Forsyth (Lab) 078 



OIJI.8QOW, GAKIiAOHI 

9220 
H. Watt (L) 4047 

T. A. Reid jC) 2883-1164 
J. Martin (L) 177 



1886 

18,906 
Hon. W. H. James (L) 



Unop, 



Alfred Thomas (L) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



A. J. Williams (L) 8407 

J. Mowatt (LU) 2in-1820 



BST, or OOWBR [62.540] 

10,562 
F. A. Yeo (L) Unop, 

Mr. Yeo died. 
March 27, 1888 (10,896):— 
D. RandeU <L) 8964 

J. T. DiUwyn- 
Llewelyn (C) 835fr406 

AR8 [76,122] 

9725 
A. D. Provand (L) 4201 
MitohellHenry (LIT) 8337-864 



[91,242] 

10,058 
E. R. RnsseU (L) 4864 
C. Mackenzie (C) 3567-797 
Mr. Russell resigned. 
Anff. 2. 1887 (10.096):- 
SirG. O. Trevelyan, 

Bt (L) 4654 

Hon.Evelyn Ashley 
(LU) 8253-1401 



B [78,011] 

9220 
H. Watt (L) 
K Burleigh (LU) 



3467 
3306-159 



1892 

18,581 
Hon. W.H. James (L)5898 
P. RalU (LU) 50iS-2a3 

Mr. James succeeded to 

as Lord North- 



Feb. 24, 1893 (14,000):- 
W._Allan (L) 6434 



P.RaUK 



5506-868 



11,741 
Alfred Thomas (L) 5764 
H. C. Lewis (C) 2707-2967 



1L878 
S. T. Evans (L) 5041 
F. G. Grove (C) 172(M1216 



0457 
W. Abraham <L) 



Unop. 



12,481 
A. J. Williams (L) 4743 
Sir M. Morgan (C) 3825-818 



11,037 
D. RandeU (L) 



Unop, 



0406 
A. D. Provand (L) 4146 
A. Stuart (C) 3065-1061 



10,512 
Sir G.O. Trevelyan, 

Bt (LJ 4720 

W. C. Maughan (C) 3851-1378 



0716 
A. Cross (LU) 8456 

J. M'Culloch (L) 3084-371 
R. R Ounnlngfaiame 

Graham (Lab) 006 
H. Watt (IL) 170 



LIBBRAIi TBAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



215 



1895 

OATBSHBJLP 

14,383 
'W. Allan CL) 
J. Lucas (LU) 



6137 
5654-483 



OIiAlfOmOAMBHIRB, B 

12061 
Alfred Thomas (L) 6055 
C. J. Jackson (C) 3909-2146 

OI^lfOROAMBHIRB, M 

12,584 
a T. Evans (L) 5612 
J. B. Vanghan (C) 2986-2677 



OIiAMOROANSHIRB, 1 

10,476 
W. Abraham (L) 

Unop, 

OIJI.MOROAMBHIRB, I 

14,227 
Maj. Wyndham- 
Quin (C) 6747 

T.Williams" " 



AST 

15,315 
Alfred Thomas (L) 6094 
Maj.H.Lindsay(C) 4060-2914 

ID 

13,666 
S. T. Evans (L) 7027 
H. Phillips (C) 2244-4783 



HONDDA 

12,549 
W. Abraham (L) 8383 
R. Hughes (C) 1874-6509 

OUTH 

17,979 
Wyndham- 



A. J. 



ML) 



OUIMORGAHSHIRB, W 

12,150 
D. Randell (L) 6074 
C. H. Glascodine 
(C) 2256-3818 



0LA800V, BliAOKFRI 

10,064 
A D. Provand (L) 8106 
A Stuart jC) 2727-381 

J. Shaw Maxwell 
(ILP) 448 

0LA800W, BRIDOBTON 

10.481 

SirG.O.Treve^an, 
Bt.(L) 3161 

C. S. Dickson (C) 2719-442 

J. R. Watson (ILP) 609 

Sir O. O, Trevelyan re- 
signed, 

Feb. 15, 1807 (10,980):- 

Sir C. Cameron, Bt. 
(L) 4506 

C. S. Dickson, Q.C. 
(C) 4881-125 

OLASOOW, OAMIiAOHI 

10,046 
A Ooss (LU) 8196 

S. Chi8ho)m(L) 2407-701 
R. Smillie (ILP) 696 



1900 

16,635 
W. Allan (L) 
J. Sherbum (LU) 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



6657 
6711-946 



Maj. Wyndham- 

Quin (C) 6841 

W. H. Morgan (L) 6322-519 

BST, or OOWBR 

12,267 
J. A. Thomas (L) 4276 
J. Hodge (Lab) 



10,304 
A. Bonar Law (C) 
A. D. Provand (L) 



4180 
3140-990 



11,706 
C. S. Dickson, Q.C. 

(C) 5032 

A. F. Murison (L) 4041-401 



10.479 
A. Cross (LU) 4345 

AE. Fletcher (Lab) 8107-1288 



Sir W, Allan died, 
Jan. 20. 1904(17,951): 
J. Johnson (Land 

Lab) 
Visct. Morpeth 



(LU) 



7015-1205 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905.J byGoOglc p 



216 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



0IJI800W, OBMTRAIi 

13,208 
O. Beith JL) 0846 

J. O. A. Baird <C) I77»-1067 

OLASOOW, OOLIAOB 

11.034 
Dr. C. Cameron (L) M82 
Sir W. Cunliig- 
hame, BMC) 4ia&-1523 



[74,801] 

18,206 
J. O. A. Bi£d (C) 
O. Beith (L) 



[112,492] 

11,034 
Dr. C. Cameron (L) 4880 
R. V. Campbell (LU) 4225-655 



OLASOOW, ST. ROIiIiOX 

11 928 
J. McCnllock (L) 4960 
J. N. Cuthbertson 
(C) 4824-126 



OLASOOW, TRJLDB8TO 

9222 
A. Cameron Cor- 

bett (L) 4354 

J. Somerrell (C) 3240-1114 
W. McQ. Greaves^ 

(I) 86 

OLJLSOOW JLND JLBBR 

6018 
J. A. Campbell (C) Unop, 

OLOUOBSTBR [45,146] 
4547 
T. Robinson (L) 2222 
W. K. Wait (C) 1726-496 

OLOUCB8TBRSHIRB, B 

10,157 
A. B.Winterbotham 

(L) 4782 

J. K. Dorinirton (C) 4037-745 



5780 
4423-1357 



[118,626] 



ILl 



J. Caldwell (tU) 
P. a MaoUyer (L) 



M [71,278] 



4788 
4609-119 



A. Cameron Cor- 

bett (LU) 3878 

J. M. D. Meikledohn 

(L) 3174-704 



DBBN UNIYBRSITIBS 

6018 
J. A. Campbell (C) Unop. 



4547 
T. Robinson (L) 
J. Ward (C) 



1908 
1713-195 



14,542 
J. G. A. Baird (C) 
W. Menzies (L) 



6121 

5245-876 



13.809 
Dr. C. Cameron (L) 5804 
Sir J. S. Maxwell, 

Bt (C) 4758-1046 

R. Brodie (Lab) 225 



13,785 
Sir J. M. Car- 

michaeL Bt (L) 
Hon. H. F. Elliot 

(LU) 



6247 
4891-1356 



A. Cameron Corbett 
(LU) 3366 

J. CaldweU (L) 3197-169 

B. Barleigh (Lab) 783 



J. A. Campbell (C) Unap. 



T. Robinson (L) 
C. J. Monk (LU) 



2800-85 



JLST, or OIRBNCBSTBR [49,557] 

10,157 
A. B. Winterbotham (L) 

Unop. 



OLOUCB8TBR8HIRB, F 

9458 
T. Blake (L) 5143 

Hon. J. W. Plun- 
kett (C) 2421-2722 



ORB8T OF DBJLN [53,267] 

9458 
T. Blake (L) 3822 

F. L. Lucas (LU) 2415-1407 
Mr. Blake resigned. 

July 29, 1887 (10.032):— 

G. B. Samuelson 

(Li 4286 

B. Wyndham (C) 2738-1650 



10,095 
A. B. Winterbotham 

(L) 4207 

CoLT.W.C. Master 

(C) 4054-153 

Mr. Winterbotham died. 
Oct 13, 1892 (10,095) :— 
Col. T. W. C. Master 

(C) 4277 

H. L. W. Lawson (L) 4274-3 
On Petition and ScriUiny, 

votes found equal and 

election declared void. 
Feb. 23, 1893 (10,048):- 
H. L. w . Lawson (L) 4687 
CoLT.W.C. Master 

(C) 4445-242 



10,782 
SirC.W.Dilke,Bt. 



I. W. 
(C) 



M, 



C. Wemyss 



5360 
I 
2942-2418 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOlC, lOOSi^t^ed byLiOOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



217 



1895 

0IJI800W, CENTRAL 

15,107 
J. G. A. Baird (C) 6621 
£. Adam (L) 3792-1829 

OLASOOW, COLLBOB 

14,987 
Sir J. S. Maxwell, 

Bt. (d) 6964 

Sir C. Cameron, 

Bt (L) 4219-1145 

0IJI800W, ST. ROIiliOX 

14,724 
F.FaithfaUBegg 



(C) 
5irJ.] 



4661 



Sir J. M. Car- 

michaeLBt. (L) 4200-961 
J. B. Woolacott 

(ILP) 



1900 



15,181 
J. G. A. Baird (C) 



Unop. 



15,976 
Sir J. S. Maxwell, 

Bt. (C) 6629 

R. Paterson (L) 5160-1469 



Br-£LCCTioN8, 1900-4 



I 



16,896 
John Wilson (C) 
T. MoKlnnon Wood 
(L) 



6049-183 



405 



OLJLSOOW. TRJLDBSTO 

10,172 
A. Cameron Cor- 

bett (LU) 3373 

G. Green (L) 2668-805 

F. Smith (ILP) 368 



OUISOOW AND ABBR 

8789 
J. A. Campbell (C) Unop, 



OLOUCBSTBR 

6900 
C. J.-Monk(LU) 
A. S. Wells (L) 



9671 
A. Cameron Cor- 

bett (LU) 4389 

W. Maxwell (L) 2785-1604 



DBBN UNHTBRSITIBS 

9397 
J. A. Campbell (C) Unop, 



3264 
2791-473 



OLOUCBSTBRSHIRB, B 

9625 
Hon. A. B. Bathurst 

(C) 4609 j 

H. L. W. Lawson 

(L) 4294-215 | 



7496 
Russell Rea (L) 
P. Ralli (LU) 



3044-223 ; 



AST, or CIRBNCB8TBR i 

9487 
Hon. A. B. Bathurs (C) , 
Unop. ! 



OLOIJOBSTBRSHIRB, F 

11,002 
Sir C. W. Dilke, Bt. (L) 

Unop, 



ORBST OF DBAN 

9993 
Sir C.W. Dilke, Bt 

(L) 4972 

H. Terrell, Q.C. (C) 2620-2462 



LIBBRAL YEAR BOOK, ^1905.^ ^^ GoOglC 



218 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



tSLOUCBSTKRSHIRB, M 

10.371 
Hon. H. R. Brand 

(L) 4646 

G. HoUoway (C) 433^^3 

BItOUOESTKRSHIRB, N 

11,665 
J. R. Yorke (C) 4666 
O. B. Samuelson (L) 4484-182 



1886 



ID, or STROUD [54,542] 

10,371 
G. Holloway (C) 4620 
W. J. Stanton (L) 3011-709 



1892 



11,069 
D. Brynmor Jones 

G. Holloway (C) 



4611 
4410-201 



ORTH, or TRWKB8BUR 

11.665 
Sir J. E. Dorington, Bt (C) 



QLOUORSTRRSHIRR, S 

11,388 
£. S. Howard (L) 4834 
B. St. J. Ackers (C) 4689-145 

Gorton— see Lanoashibe. 
GOYAN— see Lanarkbhibb. 
GowEB— «ee Glamoroanshi 

ORAirTHAM[18,001] 

J.W.Mellor,Q.C. 

(L) 1377 



CaptA.C.B.Welby 
(C) 



1131-246 



Y [51,2691 

11,519 
Sir J. E. Dorington, 

Bt(C) 6028 

G. B. Samuelson (L) 4125-903 

OUTH, or THORNBURyI [72,717] 

11.333 t 11,867 

Hon. J. W. Pliinkett C.K.H. A. Colston (C) 5202 

(O) 4835 ; K. S. Howard (L) 4078-224 

E. S. Howard (L) 4054-881 



M. Low (C) 1197 

J. W. Mellor, Q.C. (L) 1161-36 



H. Y. B. Lopes (C) 
T. C. Clarke (L) 



ORATRSBND [39,833] 
4200 
J. B. White (C) 1916 
T. Bevan (L) 1850-66 



Great Yarmouth— see Yar 



GRBBNOCK [67,672] 
7131 
T. Sutherland <L) 3057 
J. Scott (C) 2954-103 

J. M. Davidson (I) 65 

ORBBNWICH [95,578] 

T. W. Boord (C) 3317 
Dr. H. Watney (L) 2961-366 



GRIM8BT [78,198] 

E. Heneage (L) 3711 
Col. A. Campbell- 
Walker (C) 2897-814 
Mr. Heneage accepted 



2330-1060 



GuiLDFOKD— aee Surrey. 



4200 
J. B. White (C) 
E. S. Pryce (L) 



1938 
1430-508 



7131 
T. Sutherland (LU) 2905 
H. Wright (L) 2208^697 



T. W. Boord (C) 3240 
G. C. Whiteley (L) 2551-689 



E. Heneage (LU) 
T. Sutherst (L) 



2649-333 



FeB. 13, 1886 (8660):- 

E. Heneage (L) 3 

Col. C. walker 

(C) 



1296 
1263-33 



4821 
CoL J. D. Palmer (C) 2370 
J. G. Shipman (L) 1619-751 



6991 
Sir T. Sutherland 

(LU) 
J. Bruce (L) 



10,266 
T. W. Boord (C) 
G. C. Whiteley (L) 



2887-65 



4200 
3877-^323 



10,315 
H. Josse (L) 4202 

E. Heneage (LU) 3566-636 
Mr, Josse resumed. 
March 6, 1883 (10,662) :— 
E. Heneage (LUJ 4427 
Q. Broadhurst (L) 3463-964 



LIBERAL YEAIi BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



219 



1895 

OLOUOBSTBRSHIRB, M 

11,588 
C. A. Cripps, Q.C. 

(C) 6175 

C. P. Allen (L) 4514-061 

OLOUOBSTBRSHIRB, N 

11.796 
Sir J. E. Dorington, Bt (C) 
Unop. 



1900 I 

ID, or STROUD 

10,474 
C. P. AUen (L) 4682 | 

C. A. Cripps, Q.C. (0)4379-313 

ORTH, or TRVKBSBUR 

12.801 
Sir J. K. Doplngton, Bt (C) 
Unop. 



Bv-ELEcriON8, 1900-4 



GIiOUOBSTBRSHIRB, 8 OUTH, ov THORNBURY < 

m96 12,646 I 

C. E. H. A. Colston i C. £. H. A. Cfolston (C) | 

(C) 5727 i tin 

A. A. Allen (L) 4638-1069 : 



Jnop. ! 



H. Y. B, LopesjCJ 1507 



S. D. Waddy, Q.< 

(L) 



1107-340 



GRAYB8BND 

5001 
Col. J. D. Palmer 

(C) 2405 

li. M. Johnson 

<L and Lab) 1218-1187 
Col, Palmer resigned. 
July 13. 1898 (527$:~ 
J.H.D.Ryder(C) 2372 
W. Rnnciman (L) 1955-417 



3046 




A. Priestiey (L) 


1347 


H.Y.B. Lopes (C) 


1309-38 



5600 
Gilbert Parker (C) 2542 
H. Harmsworth (L) 1804-738 



GRBBNOOK 

7570 
Sir T. Sutherland 

3571 
letcher (L) 2753-818 



LE. lie 



ORBBMWIOH 

10J09 
Lord Hugh 



7590 
J. Reid (C) 
J. Maoonie (L) 



3165 
2886-279 



12,247 

: LordHugh Cecll(C)5454 

{CS 4802 ! R. S. Jaduon (L) 3484-1970 

O. C. Whiteley (L) 3564-1238 



GRIMSBY 

11,558 13.292 

G. Doughty (L) 4347 ! G. Doughty (LU) 
£. Heneage (LU) 4166-181 i 
Mr. Doughty resigned. I 
Aug. 2, iSs (12,317) :- ' 

G. Doughty (LU) 4940 
T. Wintringham 

(L) 3189-1751 

R. Melhuish (IC) 204 ! 



Unop. 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 



• i^y^^oglz 



220 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

HAOKNBT, OBllTRAI<[67, 

Sir W. G. Hunter 

<C) 2941 

J. Holms (L) 274ft-193 



BJLOKNBY. NORTH [84, 
8068 
Oen. BirLuPelly (C) 3327 
M. J. Mlntyre (L) 291M16 



221] 

8068 
Gen. Sir L.Pell7(C) 3351 
Dr. W.H. S.Aubrey 

(L) 1848-1503 

Sir L. Pellv died. 
May 11, 1882 (10,080):- 
W. R. BouBfield, 
Q.C. (C) 4480 

r.M.N< 



EULOKNBY^OUTH [101, 

Charles Russell, 

Q,C. <L) 3544 

G. J. Darling, Q.C. 

Sir C. Rwsell etc- 

oeptedoMoe. 
Feb. 11, 1888 (8684):- 
Sir G. Russell, 

Q.G. (L) 8174 

A. R. Scoble, Q.G. 

(G) 1979-1195 

H. Munster (I) 17 

HADDINOTONSHIRB, B 

6487 
R.B.Haldane(L)3473 
Lord Blcho (C) 1945-1528 



344] 

8684 
Sir G. Russell, Q.C. 

(L) 
C. J. DarUng, Q.C. 
(C) 



HA0OBB8T0N— see Shoredit 

HAI^IFAX [88,912] 
2 seats, 12,269 
T. Shaw (L) 6269 

J. Stansfeld (L) 6053 
A. Morris (G) 3888-2065 



Sallam— «ee Sheffield. 

HJLMMBR8MITH [111,970] 
9611 
Gen. W. T. Golds- 
worthy (C) 4264 
T.Ghatfield Clarke 
(L) 3095-1169 

HAMPSHIRB, BAST, or 

8202 
Visct. Wohner (L) 3414 
W. Nicholson (L) 3253-161 
D. Henty (IG) 179 



.728] 

7381 
SirW.G. Hunter (03047 
Maj. Sharp Hume 
(L) 1961-1086 



T.A. 



«feate8(L) 3491-969 



2800 
2700-100 



AST LOTHIAN [38,798] 

6487 
R. B. Haldane (L) 2677 
P.A.Myburgh,Q.C. 
(LU) 1714-963 

OH. 



12,269 

T. Shaw (L) 5427 

J. Stansfeld (L) 5381 

A. Morris (C) 3612-1769 



9611 
Gen. W. T. Golds- 
worthy (G) 3991 
F. Dethridge (L) 2362-1629 



1882 



8951 
Sir A. R. Scoble, Q.C. 

(C) • 3478 

J. Fyfe Stewart (L) 3193-285 



W. 



10.069 
R. Bousfield, 



A?--"^» 



ioCali (L) 



4799 
3280-1519 



11,048 
SirC.Russell,Q.C. 

(L) 4440 

T.H. Robertson (C) 3294-1146 
Sir C. Russell amwinted a 

Lord of AppeaXi 
May 7, 1*4(11,688) :- 
J.Fletcher Moulton, 

qLc (L) 4530 

T. H. Robertson (C) 4338-192 



6250 
R. B. Haldane, (^C. 

(L) 2551 

Master of Polwarth 

(C) 225^298 



13,177 
T. Shaw (L) 6481 

J. Stansfeld (L) 6361 
A. Arnold (C) 4663-1698 

Mr. T. Shaw died. 
Feb. 9, 1893 (13,317):- 
W. R. Shaw (L) 4620 
A. Arnold (C) 4251-369 

J. Lister (ILP) 3028 



11,534 
Gen. W. T. Golds- 
worthy (C) 4387 
F. Smith (L) 3718-669 



PBTBR8FIBLD [50,250] 

8202 8431 

Visct Wohner (LU) 3188 I W. Wickham (C) 3912 
W. Nicholson (L) 3077-111 I J. Bonham-Carter 

I (L) 3008-904 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. Digitized by GoOglC 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



221 



HJLOKMET, CBNTRAI^ 

8S35 
Sir A. R. Scoble, 

Q.C. (C) 3278 

Hon. C. BoaseU (L) 2966-312 

HJLOKNBY, NORTH 

11444 
W. R. Bouadeld, 

aC. (C) 4725 

S. Mayer (L) 



HJLCKNBT. SOUTH 

12,360 
T. H. Robertson (C) 4681 
J. Fletcher Monl- 
ton, Q.C. (L) 4362-319 



HADDINOTONSHIRB, B 

6320 
R. B. Haldane, 

Q.C. (L) 2774 

Master of Pol- 

warth (C) 2194-580 



HALIFAX 

13,844 
A. Arnold (C) 5476 

W. R. Shaw (L) 6085 
J. Booth (L) 4283-^02 

J. Lister (IIP) 3818 
Mr, Shaw res 
March 3, 1897 (1- 
A. BUlson JL) 
Sir Savile Crossley , 

BtjLU) 6262-412 

Tom Mann (ILP) 2000 



HAMHBRSMITH 

12,378 

Gen. W. T. Golds- 
worthy (C) 6017 

W. C. Steadman 
(L) 323&-1779 

HAMPSHIRB, BAST, or 
8496 
W. Wickham (C) Unop. 
Mr, Wickham died, 
June 8, 1897 (8474) :- 
W.G. Nicholson (C) 3748 
J. Bonham-Carter 
(L) 3328-420 



1900 



A. H. Allhusen (C) 3747 
SirI.Hart(L)i 2243-1504 



11.747 
W. R. Bousneld, 

Q.C. (C) 
H/W.W.Wilber- 

force (L) 



6005 

2437-2568 



13,146 
T.H. Robertson (C) 4714 
H. Bottomley (L) 4376-338 



BY-EixcnoKs, 190(M 



AST LOTHIAN 

6484 
R. B.Haldane,Q.C. 

J. Kerr (LU) 



2290-378 



14 879 
Sir Savile Crossley, 

Bt (LU) 6931 

J.H.Whitiey(L) 6643 
A. Billson (L) 6326-218 

J. Parker (ILP) 3276 



13,064 
W. J. Bull (0) 
M. B. Lange (L) 



5458 



PBTBRSFIBIiD 

8761 
W. a. Nicholson (C) 



Uhop. 



LIBERAL YBAB BOOK, lOOSibyGoOgle 



!22 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



IJLHPSHIRB, ISIiB OF 

11,983 
Sir R.B. Webster, 

Q.C. (C) 6486 

Hon. Byelyn Ashley 

(L) 6068486 



9AMPSHIRB, NBW FO 

8353 

F. Compton (C) 4281 
H.M.Boinpas,Q.C. 

(L) 8611-770 

SAHPSHIRE, NORTH, o 

7720 

G. Sclater-Booth 



RB8T [52,8871 
F. Compton (G) 



R. Bye (L) 



231»-1579 



SAHPSHIRB, SOUTH, o 

12,162 
Gen. Sir F.W.J. Fltz- 

wygram, Bt (C) 6177 
R. Q. VTilberforce 



(L) 



4618-658 



SAHPSHIRB, WEST, or 

8175 
W. W. B. Beach 

(C) 4558 

F. W. Buxton <L) 3108-1461 

SAMPSTRJID [82,328] 
6881 
Sir H. T. Holland, 

Bt. (C) 2785 

Marquis of Lome 

Oj) 1810-876 

J. E. Williams (Soc) 27 



flAIfDSWORTH— sec StAFFOR 

EIANLBT [100,365] 
10,970 
W. Woodall (L) 6136 
Col. V. Wright <C) 2738-3397 

StARBOROUGH— see Leicestb 
EIarrow— see Middlesex. 

EIARTIiBPOOIi [86,305] 

8500 
T. Richardson <L) 3668 
Dr. T. H. Tristram, 
Q.O. (C) 2629-1040 



1886 



WIGHT 



Sir R. B. W(Bi)8ter, 

CLC. (C) 6271 

J. Stuart (L) 



4018-1258 



1892 

12.957 
Sir R. B. Webster, 

%C.(C) 6689 

.Mendl(L> 



Unop. 



V BASINOSTOKB [82,868] 

7720 
G. Sclater-Booth <C) Unop, 
Mr, Sclater-Booth raised to 
peerage as Lord Basing, 
July 18, 1887 (8021):- 
A. F. Jeffreys (C) 3168 
R. Bve (L) 2426-732 

r FARBHAM [81,663] 

Gen. Sir F. ^, J. Fitz- 
wygram, Bt. (0) ^^ 

Unop, 



ANDOYBR [i 

8176 
W. W. B. Beach (C) 



Unop, 



6661 

ShrH. T.Holland, 
Bt. (C) 2707 

W. R. Scott (L) 84^1762 

Sir H, T. Holland suc- 
ceeded to peerage as Lord 
KnvJttford, 

Feb. 28, 1888 (6985):- 

B. Brodie Hoare (C) Unop. 

DSHIRE. 



10.870 
W. WoodaU (L) 



Unop, 



8500 
T. Richardson (LU) 3381 
M. L. Hawkes (L) 2468-912 
Mr. Richardson died. 
Jan. 21, 1891 (10,378):- 
Chris. Furness(L) 4608 
Sir W. Gray (LU) 4306-286 



10,126 
Hon. J. Scott-Mon- 

tuni (C) 4481 

J.^ng (L) 3726-755 

8110 
A. F. Jefl&reys (C) 4046 
O. Judd (L) 2566-1491 



13,816 
Gen. Sir F.W.J. Fitz- 

wygram, Bt (C) 6066 
J. G. Niven (L) 4647-1638 



8065 
W. W. B. Beach (C) 



Unop, 



8272 
B. Brodie Hoare 

(C) 8848 

J. C. Swinbume- 

Hanham (L) 2239-1608 



12,742 
W. WoodaU (L) 5825 
A. H. Heath (C) 3883-1832 



10,513 
Chris. Fumess (L) 4626 
T. Richardson (LU) 4550-76 



LIBBRAL YEAR BOOK, 1905^gitzed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1895 



1900 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



HJLMP8HIRB, ISLB OF WIGHT 

13,816 I 14,491 

Sir R. E. Webster, Capt. J. E. B. Seely (C) 

Q.C. (C) 5809 , Unop. 

Hon. A. Wode- 

house (L) 5363-446 

Sir R. Webster appointed 

Master cf Rous and 

raised to peemge as 

Lord Alverslone, 
May23,1900(U,494):- 



Capt.J.E.B.Seely 
(C) 



Godfrey Baring 
(L) 



5370-1062 



HJLHPSHIRB, NEW FO 

10,184 
Hon. J. Scott-Montagu (C) 
unop, 

HAMPSHIRE, NORTH, o 

9488 
A. F. Jeffreys (C) 

Unop. 



MaJ, Seely resigned, 
AprU6, 1904 (14,840):- 
Maj. J. B. B. Seely (lU) 
1/1 



^nop. 



REST 

10,495 
Hon. J. Scott-Montagu (C) 
Unop, 



V BJLSINOSTOKJB 

10,506 
A. F. Jefflreys (C) 



Unop, 



HJLHPSHIRB, SOUTH, or FARBHAM 

1^887 16,050 

Gen.SirF. W. J.Fitz- A. H. Lee (C) 7375 

wygram, Bt. (C) R. T. Smith (L) 3828-3547 | 

Urwp, I 



HAMPSHIRE WBST, or 

9131 
W. W. B. Beach (C) 

Unop. 



HAMPSTEAD 

8937 
E. Brodie Hoaro (C) 



Unop, 



HANIiBT 

12,887 
W. Woodall (L) 
A. H. Heath (d) 



5653 
5367-286 



HARTLEPOOL 

10 900 
T. Riohardflon (LU) 4853 
Sir C. Fumess (L) 4772-81 



ANDOYBR 

9383 
W. W. B. Beach (C) ' Mr, Beach died, 

a. Judd (L) 3473-223 



E. Brodie Hoare (C) 



Unop, 



15,983 
A. H. Heath (C) 
E. Edwards (L) 



12,849 
Sir C. Fumess (L) 
Sir T. Richardson 



5044-642 



(LU) 



6491 
4612-1879 



Mr, Hoare resigned, 
Jan. 24, 1902 (10^):-- 
T. Milvain, K.C. 



g!?. 



Rowe (L) 2118-1725 



LIBBRAL TEAR BOOK, 1005. 



J"b^oogIe 



224 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
Harwioh— «ee EssBX. 

HJLSTIHOSra2.913] 

SirT.BrasseyiL) 2712 
W. Noble (C) 2560-162 

Haverfordwest— 6ee Pbmb 

HJLWIOK DISTRICT [35. 
fi679 
G. O. Treyelyan (L) 

Unop. 



Henlet— see Oxfordshire. 

HERBFORD f21,382] 
9002 
J. Pulley (L) 1380 

W. H. Bameby (C) 1296-64 



1886 



5672 
W. Noble (C) 
Capt. Hon. T. S. 
Brand (L) 



2765 
2230-535 



1882 



' 6576 

W. Noble (C) 
Seijt. Hemphill, 
Q.C. (L) 



3077 
2Q2a-i49 



5679 
A. L. Brown (L) 
Sir G. O. Trevelyan, 
Bt (LU) 



2493-30 



I T. Shaw (L) 3004 

R. F. Wataon (LU) 2630-365 
Mr. Shaw appointed Scot- 
tish Solicitor-CfenernL 
March 27, 1804 (6302):— 
T. Shaw, Q.C. (L) 3203 
R. W. M. Fullarton 
(LU) 2556-«47 



3002 

Sir J. R. Bailey, Bt 

(C) 1401 

J. Pulley (L) 1136.265 



RTH, or LROMIN8TBR 

93U 
J. Rankin (C) 4287 
it) 



E. S. Lucas (t 



2394-1893 



W. H. Grenfell (L) 1507 
SirJ.R.BaUey,Bt. 

(C) 1380-127 
Mr. CfrenfeU resigned. 
Aug.15, 1803 (3415):- 
C. W. R. Cooke (C) 1504 
Sir J. Pulley (L) 1460-44 


r44,603] 

9778 
J. Rankin (C) 
J. T. Southall (L) 


4318 
2918-1400 



HBRRFORDSHIRB, NO 

9314 
T. Duokham (L) 3871 
J. Rankin (C) 3750-121 

HBRBFORDSHIRB, SO UTH, or ROSS [48,395] 
10,179 10,179 

M. Biddulph (L) 4415 t M. Biddulph (LU) 3968 
Sir J. R. Bailey, Bt. i T. Duckham (L) 1670-2298 

(C) 3643-772 i 

HBRTFORDSHIRB, BUST, or HBRTFORD [59,424] 

8840 8840 9355 

Abel Smith (C) 4283 Abel Smith (C) j Abel Smith (C) 

Hon. H. F. Cowper i Unop. E. R. Speirs (L) 

(L) 3072-1191 



I 10,968 

I M. Biddulph (LU) 
I J. Pulley (L) 



3860-457 



4276 
2818-1458 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, MI 

8741 
Visct. Grimston 

(C) 4108 

J. Coles (L) 3037-1071 



D, or ST. ALBANS [63,027] 

8741 I 9672 

Visct. Grimston (C) i Vicary Gibbs (C) 3417 

Unop. I T. M. Harvey (L) 257S-844 
I W. H. Bingham Cox 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, 

8996 
Baron Dimsdale 



(C) 4419 

H. G. Fordham (L) 2860-1550 



NO RTH, or HITCHIN [47,490]i 
8996 
Baron Dimsdale (C) 



Unop. 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, WB ST, or WATFORD [80,211] 
10.029 10,029 

T. F. Halsey (C) 4032 T. F. Halsoy (C) 

G. F. Phillips (L) 3712-320 Unop. 

Hexham— «ee Northumberland. 
Hbywood— 8ee Lanoashirb. 



(C) 



G. B. Hudson (C) 
J. Wattridge (L) 



11,037 
T. F. Halsey (C) 
J. Marnham (L) 



1580 



4187 
2728-1459 



4802 
3827-1175 



UBBRAL YBAB BOOK, 1906* dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



225 



HASTINGS 

7292 
W.L.ShadweU(C) 3205 
Cecil Inoe(L) 2863-342 



HAWICK DISTRICT 

6357 
T.Shaw.Q.ajL) 3033 
J. Sanderaon (LU) 2531-502 



HBBJBFORD 

3328 
C. W. Ra4olifre 
„ Cooke {C) 1669 

Sir R. Pearoe-Edg- 
oumbe (L) 1356-313 



HBRBFORDSHIRB, NO 

9954 
J. Rankin (C) 

Unop, 

HBRBFORDSEtlRB, SO 

11,249 
M.Biddulph(LU)4673 
A. Withey (L) 2828-1745 

HBRTFORDSHIRB, BJL 

9646 
Abel Smith (C) Unop. 

Mr. SmUh died. 
June 22, 1898 (10,301):- 
Evelyn CecU (C) 4118 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 
(L) 3850-268 

HBRTFORDSHIRB, MI 

rrz 10,205 

Vicary Qibbs (C) 

Unop. 



1900 



8142 
F. Freeman-Thomas 



E. B< 



toyle, Q.a (C) 3191-208 






5869 
T. Shaw,Q.C.(L) 
J. Sanderson (LU) 



2611 
2386-225 



J. S. Arkwright (C) 



Unop. 



RTH, or I<BOHINSTBR 

9631 
Sir J. Rankin, Bt.(C) 

Unop. 

UTH, OF ROSS 

10,489 
Capt P. A. CUve (LU) 

Unop. 



ST, OP HBRTFORD 

10,402 
Abel H. Smith (C) 



Unop. 



D, or ST. JLLBANS 

11,104 
Hon. Vioary Gibbs (C) 

Ui 



nop. 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, NO 

n « ^ 9195 
«. B. Hudson (C) 

Unop. 



RTH, or HITCHIN 

9275 
a. B. Hudson (C) 



By-Euctioks, 1900-4 



Mr. Oibbs resigned, 
Feb. 12, 1904 (11.518):- 
J. Bamf ord Slack (L) 4757 
Hon. Vicary Gibbs 
(C) 4625-132 



Unop. 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, WB ST, or WJLTFORD 

13,450 

T. F. Halsey (C) 
Unop. 



T.F.HalslJ^lc) 



Unop. 



IJBERAIi TEAR 



BOOK, 1905. by Google 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 I 

HlOU PEAK~«ee DERBYSmRE^ 



1886 



HiTOHiN — see Hertfordshi 
HoLBORN— see Finsburt. 
HoLDSRNESS— aee Yorkshir 
Holland — set Lincolnshir 
HoLMFiRTH — «ee Yorkshir 
HoNiTON— «ee Deyonshirb. 

HORNOASTLE— «ee LlNOOLNS 

HoRNSBT— ^8ee Middlesex. 
HoRSHAM--8ee Sussex. 
Houghton • lb • Spring —see 
Houghton West— see Lano 

HOWDENSHIRE— see YORKSH 

HoxTON— see Shoreditoh. 

HUDDBRSFUBIiD [96,218] 
U,901 
E. A. Leatham (L) 0900 
J. Crofiland (C) 6191-706 



HUIiXi, OBMTRAIi [00,474] 
11327 
H. S. King (C) 4193 
C. M. Norwood (L) 4027-106 
N.B.Billan7(Lab)735 

HUIili, BJL8T [71,181] 
8063 
W. Saunders (L) 3625 
F. B. Grotrian (C) 2980-665 



Durham Co. 

ashire. 

ire. 



14,991 
W. Summers (L) 
J. Crosland (C) 



HUIiIi, WBST [107,862] 
11,617 
O.H.WU8on(L) 5247 
Sir A. K. Rollit (C) 3897-1550 

HUNTINODONSHIRB, N 

5889 
Capt W. H. Fel- 

lowes (C) 2775 

LordE. Gordon <L) 2410-365 



HUNTIHODON8HIRB, 8 
5655 

T. Coote (L) 2354 

Col. Hon. O. Mon- 
tagu (C) 2208-146 

Hyde— see Cheshire. 
HTTHB [46^619] 



Sir Edward Wat- 
kin, Bt (L) 2247 
A. C. Morton (L) 797-1450 



6210 
6026-184 



11,627 
H. S. King (C) 4968 

R. C. Lehmann (L) 3861-1107 



8053 
F. B. Grotrian JC) 
W. Saunders (L) 



11,517 
C. H. Wilson (L) 
A. K. Dibb (C) 



3139 
3102-37 



3045-1578 

ORTH, or RAM8BT [31, 

5989 
Capt. W. H. Fellowes (C) 

l7nop. 
Capt. Fellowes stuxeeded to 
peerage a^ Lord De Rani' 
sey, 
Aug. 30, 1887 (6057):- 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

(C) 2700 

J. H. Sanders (L) 2414-286 

OUTH, or HUNTINODON 

5655 
A. H. Smith-Barry 

(C) 2302 

T. Coote (L) 2141-161 



3737 
Sir Edward Watkin, Bt. 
(LU) Unop. 



1892 



15,466 
W. Summers (L) 7098 
Sir J. Crosland (C) 6837-261 
Mr. Summers died. 
Feb. 4, 1893 (15,550).:— 
Sir J. Crosland (C) 7068 
J. Woodhead (L) 7033-35 



-I 



12,350 
H. S. King (C) 
F. Maddison (L) 



4462-476 



9677 
Clarence Smith (L) 4570 
F. B. Grotrian (C) 3738-832 



13.929 
C. H. Wilson (L) 
Col. G. Smith (C) 



3500-2783 



65-15 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

(C) 2842 

J. P. Sheldon (L) 2446-397 



[22,918] I 

5479 1 

A. H. Smith-Barry (C) 2251 I 

S. H. Whitbread (L) 2220-22 i 



I 



4215 
Sir Edward Watkin, Bt. 
(LU) Unop. 



LIBBRAI. YEAR BOOK, IQO&t^ed bydOOglC 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



227 



1896 



HUDDBRSFIBIiD 

16,832 
SirJ.T.WoodhoTise 

(L) 6765 

Sir J. CroBland (C) 586»-887 
H. R. Smart (ILP) 1504 



HULL, GBNTRAL 

11,250 
Sir RaKinflr (0)5476 
F. MaddiaonlL) 3515-1961 



HULL, BUST 

10.419 
J. T. Firbank (C) 4306 
Sir Clarence Smith 
<L) 4152-163 

HULL, WBST 

14,520 
C.H.Wilgon(L) 6637 
T. McCarthy (ILSP) 140(W2S7 



HUNTIMODONSHIRB, ] 

6630 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

(C) 3012 

H.Heldmann(L) 



HUNTINODONSHIRB, 8 

. ^ «86 

A. H. Smith-Barry 

, (C) 2410 

J.J.WilksOi) 2068-361 



1900 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



16.770 
SirJ.T.Woodhouse 

(L) 7896 

Col. W. W. Carlile 

(C) 6831-1065 



10,378 
Sir H.S. King (C) 8257 
G.G.Greenwood (L) 2465-2792 



12,066 
J. T. Firbank (C) 6264 
T. R. Ferens (L) 4428-836 i 



16.757 
C. H. Wilson (L) 6364 
J. R Willows (C) 4419-1945 I 



N ORTH, or RAHSBT 

6683 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

(C) 2898 

G. PhiUips (L) 1742-1151 



OUTH, or HUNTINGDON 



a. C. Mom 
C. Adeane 



Lta£u 
ML) 



(C) 2118 



HTTHH 

46B6 
Gen. Sir B. Edwards 

(C) 2189 

Sir I. Hart (L) 1726-463 

Sir B. Edtoards resigned, 
March 1,1899 (5224) :— 
Sir £. A. Sassoon, 
^Bt.(C) 2425 

Sir L Hart (L) 1896-627 



5502 
! Sir E. A. Sassoon, Bt JC) 

t/nop. 



] by Google 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1906. 



228 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
Ilkeston— see Debbyshike. 
lscE,—8ee Lancashibe. 

INYBRNBSS DISTRICT 

3556 
R. B. Finlay, Q.C. 

(L) 1709 

W. a B. McLaren 

(L) 1516-163 



[30,882] 

3556 
R. B. Finlay, Q.C. 

(LU> 1619 

Sir R. Peel, Bt.(L) 1346-273 



INYBRNBSS-SHIRR [67,700] 



C. F. Mackintx)8h 

(Crf) 3556 

R. MacLeod (C) 2031-] 
Sir K. Mackenzie 
(L) 1897 



IPSWICH [66.6301 

2 8eat8, 8867 
H. W. West, Q.C. (L) 3795 
Jesse Collingrs (L) 3777 
E. M. Ind (C) 3717-«) 

Sir W. T. Charley, 

Q.C. (C) 3649 

Mr. West and Mr. CoHings 

unseated on petition. 
April 14, 1886 (W60):— 
C. Dalrymple (C) 3687 
Lord Blcho (C) 3882 

Lord W. Hervey (L) 363^27 
Sir H. Davey, Q.C. 

(L) 3627 

Isle of Thanet— see Kent. 
Isle op Wight— see Hamps 

ISUNOTON, BUST 

8092 
H. B. Ince, Q.C. (L) 3296 
C. Lambert (C) 



3941 
G. Beith (L) 
R. B. Finlay, Q.C. 
(LU) 



1615 
1562-63 ; 



C. F. Mackintosh (LU) 



^nop. 



Dr.D.„ 

C. F. Mac 



8480 

regor(L)3035 

intosh 

2706-329 



(LU) 
Dr. Macgregor resigned. 
June 13, 18te (8229):- 
J. E. B. Baillie (C) 3164 
D. Macrae (L) 2514-650 



8867 9384 

Lord Elcho (C) 3846 sir C. Dalrymple, Bt. 

C. Dakymple (C) 3838 i (C) 4350 

& i- ?*^^ <^> .T . !S?-*^2 I Lord Elcho (C) 4277 

B. T. L. Thomson (L) 3334 ' d. F. Goddajd (L) 4054-223 

I A. W. Soames (L) 3888 

I 



349] 

8092 
C. Lambert (C) 3732 
H. B. Ince, Q.C. (L) 2336-1396 



ISLINGTON, NORTH [99, 

7774 
G.C.T.Bartley(C)3546 
S. D. Waddy, Q.C. 
(L) 2972-573 

ISLINGTON, SOUTH [71, 
7024 
H. Spicer(L) 3050 

H. W.Wright (C) 2502-548 

ISLINGTON, WBST [74, 
7276 
R. Chamberlain 

(L) 3470 

Dr. G. Danf ord 
Thomas (C) 2256-1214 

Jabbow— aee Dxtbham Co. 

KSIGHLEY^See YOBKSHIBB. 

Kendal— 0ee Westmobland 
Kennington— see Lambeth. 



9672 
I B. L. 0)hen (C) 
Percy Bunting (L) 



3975 

3510465 



7774 
G.O.T.Bartley(C)3456 
P. W. Clayden (L) 1976-1480 



7024 
SirA.K.Romt(C) 2774 
H. Spicer (L) 2208-566 

171] 

7276 
R. Chamberlain 
[LU) 2793 

. A. Macdonald 
(L) 1501-1292 



10.782 
G. C. T. Bartiey (C) 4456 ^ 
J. HiU (L) 3646^10 



Sir A. K. RoUit (C) 
W. Digby (L) 



3194 

2873-321 



# 



8365 
T. LoTigh (L) 
R. Chamberlain 
(LU) 



2655-730 



LIBBRAL YBAB BOOK, 1005. byGoOgle 



1895 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904 
1900 



229 



INYBRNBSS DISTRICT 

3974 
R. B. Finlay, Q.C. 

(LU) 1846 

H. Bell (L) 1506-250 



IMITBRNBSS-SHIRB 

8229 
J. E. B. BailUe (C) 2991 
N. J. Kennedy (L) 2891-100 



IPSWICH 

9619 

D. F. Goddard (L) 4396 
SirC. Dalrymple, Bt. 

(C) 4293 

A. W. Soames (L) 4250-43 

Lord Elcho (C) 4219 



ISLINGTON, BUST 

10,191 
B. L. Cohen (C) 4383 
T. McKinnon 
Wood(L) 3150-1224 

ISLINGTON, NORTH 

10,803 
G.C.T.Bartley 

(C) 4628 

Dr. T. B. Napier (L) 3317-1309 

ISLINGTON, SOUTH 

8244 
SlrA.K.Rollit(C)3563 
Dr. Heber Hart (L) 2342-1221 

ISLINGTON. WBST 



T. Longh (L) 
G. BaSam (LU) 



3494 
3031-463 



4065 
Sir R.B. Finlay, Q.C. 
(LU) 3 

J. A. Duncan (L) 



146&-360 



9081 
J. A. Dewar (L) 3168 
The Mackintosh (C) 2867-301 



10,646 

D. F. Goddard (L) 4557 
SirC. Dabrymple, Bt. 

<C) 4527 

Noel Buxton (L) 4283-244 
J. F. P. Rawlinson 

(C) 4207 



By-Elections, 190O-4 



10,395 ! 

B. L. Cohen (C) 4205 
A. M. Torrance (L) 2586-1619 | 



11 964 
G.C.T.BartIey(C)4881 
E. C. Rawlings (L) 2567-2314 



8796 
SirA.K.Romt(C)3881 
J. A. Strahan (L) 1665-2216 



T.Loi 
F.H. 



9074 

j) 3178 

Lurst(LU) 3150-19 



CXBERAL TBAR BOOK, 190^, dbyGoOglc 



230 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
KBIISIIIOTON, NORTH [87,706] 



1886 



1892 



Sir Roper Leth- 

bridffeJC) 
J. F. B. Firth (L) 



3619 
3011-606 



KBNSINOTON, SOUTH 

88G0 
8irA.Borthwick 



M. M. Cookson, 
Q.C. (L) 



4602 
21S8-2464 



8S97 
Sir Roper Leth- 

bridge (C) 
E. RoutledRe (L) 

[85,365] 

8850 
Sir A. Borthwlelc 

(C) 
MaJ. H. F. Speed 



KHNT, BJL8T or ST. JLU 

12,157 
A. Akers-Doiiglas 

A. SimmonB (L) 



KHNT, ISIiB OF THANE 

7M1 
Col. E. R. E^ng- 



OUSTINH'S [76,350] 

12,157 
A. Alcers-Douglas (C) 



Harman (C) " 
E. F. Davis (L) 



2870-711 



, MID or MBDWJ 

13,482 
Hon. J. 8. Oathome- 

Hardy (C) 6212 

Sir S. H. water- 

low, Bt <L) 5118-1004 



; 9017 

I F. C. Frye (L) 



3503 



2443-051 



4156 
1022-3134 



W. E. T. Sharpe <C) 3298-210 



8871 
Sir A. Borthwlck, Bt. (C) 

UlUJip, 



Unop. 



T [71,631] 

7941 
Col. E. R. King- 

Harman (C) 3399 

E. G. Banks (L) 1311-2068 
Col. King-Harman died. 
June 29, 1888 (8228):— 
J. Lowther (6) 3547 

Hon. E. KnatchbuU. 

Hugessen (L) 



Y [65,997] 

13,482 
Hon. J. S. Oathome-Hardy, 
(C) 

Unop. 



15,260 
A. Akers-Donglas (C) 



Unop. 



9913 
J. Lowther (C) 3001 
! Dr. Heber Hart (L) 2857-1044 



I 14,484 

Mai. C. E. Warde 

Zw) eaan 

W. C. Steadman 
<Lab) 4381-1946 



KENT, NORTH- WBST or DJLRTFORD [109,889] 
11,173 llj?fe 

Sir W. Hart Dyke, ~* 

Bt.(C) 4488 

J. E. Saunders (L) 4006-482 



KHNT, NORTH-HJLST or FJLYHRSHJLM [76,887] 

11,370 

H. KnatchbuU. 

Hugessen (C) 5067 
F. F. Belsey (L) 4123-944 



KHNT, SOUTH, OV JLSH 

13,380 
W.P.Pomfret(C)6020 
G. C. Whiteley Oi) 4805-1125 

KHNT, SOUTH-WBST, o 

10,708 
R. Norton (C) 4533 

F. W. Yemey (L) 421(V-S23 



KHNT, WEST. 

11,008 
C.W.Mills to 
Patteson Niokalls 
(L) 



or SETE 

4651 
30C6-606 



Sir W. Hart byke, 
Bt. (C) 4196 



J. E. Saunders (L) 2965-1233 



11.370 
H. Knatchbuil-Hugessen 
(C) 

Unop. 

FORD [66,053] 

13,389 
W.P.Pomfret(C) 



Unop. 

r TUNBRIDGE [80,250] 

10,703 
R. Norton (C) 

Unop. 

NOAKS [94,7^ 

Hon.C.W.BiiJl8(C) 

Unop, 



14^ 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, 

Bt. (C) 
J. Lyon (L) 



4722-572 



14.219 
H. KnatchbuU- 

Hugessen (C) 4846 

Sydney HaUifax (L) 4640-206 



14,314 
L. Hardy (C) 
J. U. Bugler (L) 



5512 ; 

4281-1231 



12,494 
A. S. Grifflth-Bos- 

cawen (C) 
Capt F. Pavy (L) 



4821 



13,916 
H. W. Forster (C) 
T. Johnston (L) 



6096 
8908-2128 



UBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1906. 



j by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



281 



1896 

KBN8IKOTOK, NORTH 

8482 
W.B.T.Sharpe (0)3829 
F. C. Frye (L) 2913-916 



KBNSIKOTOK, SOUTH 

8801 
Sir A. Borthwiok, Bt. (C) 

Unop, 

Sir A . Borihwick raised to 

jfeercLge as Lord Olenesk, 

Nov. M, 1895 (8801):- 

Lord Warkworth (Earl 

Percy) (C) Unop, 

KBNT, BAST or ST. AU 

13,742 



A. Akers-DouglAs (C) 
Ui 



flop. 



KBNT, I8LB OF THANB 

9301 
J. Lowther (C) 

Unop, 



KBHT, MID or MBDWAT 

13 796 
CtoL C. B. Warde (C) 

Unop. 



KBHT, KORTH-WB8T or DARTFORD 

15^798 



Sir W. Hart Dyke, 
^Bt.(C) 6099 

Sir Patteson 
Nickalls (L) 4667-1142 

KBNT, KORTH-BA8T or 

13,701 
F. G. Barnes (C) 6738 
8. Barrow (L) 4667-llSl 



KBNT, SOUTH, [or ASH 

13»031 
L. Hardy (C) 

Unop, 

KBNT, SOUTH.WBST, o 

12,171 
A. S. Grifflth-Boscawen (C) 
Unop, 

KBNT, WBST, or BBYB 

18,777 

H.W.For«tep(C) 

Unop. 



1900 



W. E. T. Sharpe (C) 3267 
Rufus Isaacs, Q-C. 
(L) 2627-730 



8830 
Earl Percy (C) 



Unop, 



OUSTINB'S 

14,211 
A. Akers-Douglas (C) 



10.017 
J. Lowther (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



13,965 
CoL 0. B. Warde (C) 



Unop, 



Sip W. Hart Dyke, Bt. (C) 
Ut 



FAYBRSHAM 

14,795 
Capt J. Howard (C) 



'nop. 



Unop, 



FORD 

12,714 
L. Hardy (C) 5896 

R Nicholson aC) 2343-3556 

r TUNBRDIOB 

13,619 
A. S. Griffith-Bos- 

caweniC) 6676 

Clifford Cory (L) 3494-2082 



NOAKS 



14,861 



H. W. FoTSter (C) 

M. Richardson (L) 1793^12 



6604 



By-Eixchovs, 1900-4 



Mr, Lowther died, 
Oct 7, 1904 (10,823) :— 
H.H. Marks (C) 4048 
Joseph King (L) 3006-382 



Mr, Forsier CLjapointed a 
Lord of the Treasury 



Ang. 21. 1902 (16,420):— 
H.vSr. Fo " — 



^or8ter(C) 

B. Morice (L) 



4448-891 



T.TBBRAT. YBAB BOOK, 1006. d byGoOglc Q 



232 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

KBRRY, BAST [40,090] 
5071 
J. D. Sheehan (N) 3109 
C.H.deQ. Robert- 
son (C) 30-3130 



KERRY, NORTH [30,075] 
5072 
J. Stack <N) 

Unop. 



KERRY, SOUTH [42,061] 
4520 
J. O'Connor (N) 2742 
D. O'Connell (C) 133-2809 



KERRY, WEST [43,871] 

E. Harrington (N) 2807 
CoL W. Rowan (C) 282-2345 



1886 

6071 
J. D. Sheehan (N) 



Unop. 



J. Stack (N) 



5072 



Unop» 



J. O'Connor (N) 

Unop. 
Mr. O'Connor resigned. 
Sept. 21, 1887 (4267):-- 
D. Kilbride (N) 

Unop, 



5668 

E. Harrington (N) 



Kestevbn, North— «ee Linc olnshire. 
Kesteven, South— «ee Linc.olnshire. 

KIDDERMINSTER [20,263] 

4506 4506 

J. Brinton (L) 2172 A. F. Godson (C) 



A. F. Godson (C) 2014-158 

KIIiDARE, NORTH [30,473]i 
5108 
J. L. Carew (N) 3168 
Baron D. Robeok 
(C) 467-2701 

KIU>ARE, SOUTH [33,008]! 
5070 
J. Leahy (N) 

Unop. 

KII<KENNYg3,242] 

J. F. Smithwick <N) 



W. S. Blunt (L) 



5108 
J. L. Carew (N) 



J. Leahy <N) 



5070 



Unop. 
KIIiKENNY, NORTH [31,'855] 



T. Quinn (N) 



E. M. Marnin (N) 4064 
Hon. C. B. Beliew 
<C) 174-3010 



Unop, 



2061 
1706-285 



Unop, 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Unop. 



1892 



J. D. Sheehan (N) 2000 
J.McGillycuddyiC) 25^-2347 



5855 

T. Sexton (N) 
E. H. Burke (P) 



776-2082 



D. Kilbride (N) 2006 

J. D. Foley (P) 225-1871 

R. G. A. Winn (0) 86 



SirT.E8monde,Bt. 



(N) 
^. Harrinfirf»n(F 
R. B. Pahner (C) 



E. 



TringtonjV) 114S-1347 



A. F. Godson (C) 2066 
R. Eve (L) 1801-265 



5901 
P. J. Kennedy (N) 2153 
J. L. Carew (t>) 1707-446 



I 5073 

I M. J. Minch (N) 2642 
J. Leahy (P) 075-1687 



B. M. Marum(N) 
Mr. Marum died. 
Deo.22.1890<5675):— 
Sir J. P. Hennessy 

(N) 2827 

V. SculeyJP) 1366-1162 

Sir J. P. Hennessy died, 
Oct 20, 1801 (5873);— 
P. McDermott (N) Unop, 



1806 
T. B. Curran (N) 744 
John O'Connor (P) 604-140 



5870 
P. McDermott (N) 2808 
W. McM. Kava- 
nagh (C) 314-2584 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, lOC^.,,,, .^GoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



23S 



1895 

KERRY, BAST 

5763 
Michael Davitt (N) Uinxyp. 
Mr, Davitt elected to sit 

for Mayo, S. 
March 27, 1896 {i^ 
Hon. J. B. Roche 

<N) 1961 

J. McGiUicuddy 
(C) 680-1281 

KBRRT, NORTH 

5744 
T. Sexton (N) Urvop, 

Mr. Sexton resigned, 
April 24, 1896 (5«S)):— 
M, J. Flavin (N) UTiop. 

KBRRT, SOUTH 

S472 
D. Kilbride (N) Unop. 

Mr. Kilbride elected to sit 

for N. Galway, 
Sept. 4, 1895 (3472) :- 
T.J. Farrell(N) 1209 
W. M. Murphy (N) 474-735 

KBRRT, WBBT 



Sir T. Esmonde, Bt. (N) 



^nop. 



KIDDBRMIKBTBR 

4195 
A. F. Godson (C) 2006 
R. Eve (L) 1713-295 

KIIiDARB, NORTH 

6007 
G.J.Engledew(N)1944 
J.L.Carew(P) 1712-232 



KIIiDARB, SOUTH 

0011 
M. J. Minoh (N) 



Unop. 



667-14 



KHiKBNNT, NORTH 
5560 

P.MoDermott(N) 

Unop. 



KILKBNNT 

1769 
P. O'Brien (P) 
J. P. Farreil (N) 



1900 

6005 
J. Murphy (N) 



By-Elbctions, 1900-4 



Unop. 



5675 
M. J. Flavin (N) 



5758 
J. P. Boland (N) 



5845 
T. O'Donnell (N) 
J. Julian (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



1065-1399 



4289 
Sir A. F. Godson (01960 
E. B. Barnard (L) 1804-146 



6541 
E. Leamy (N) 1461 

C. J. Engledew (N) 122&-232 



7673 
M. J. Minoh (N) 



2556 
P. O'Brien (N) 



6170 
P. McDermott (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Unop. 



I 



Mr. Minoh resigned. 
May 22, 1903 (54®):- 
D. Kilbride (N) Unop. 



Mr. McDermott resigned. 
Feb. 26. 1902 (5484):- 
J. Devlin (N) 

UTVOp. 



LIBBBAL TEAR 



BOOK, l906.d by Google 



234 



TEE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

KILBJBKinr, tOVTH [33, 

P. A. Chance (N) 
R. Do la Po©p (Ci 



4068 



1886 

7471 

5647 
P. A. C!hance (N) 



KILMARHOOK DIBTRIO T [96,433] 
10,475 ' 



P. Sturrock (C) 
J. D. Peddle (L) 
Visct. Dalrymple 

(L) 
J. S. Storp(IC) 



8645 
3513-182 



1862 
55 



846] 



KINGARDINBBHIRB [39, 
5580 
Qen. Sir G.Balfour 

(L) 8160 

D. a PorteouB (C) 1267-1898 

KINO'S GOUKTT, BIRR (30.764] 



B. C. Mollqy <N) 3406 
Capt T. S. W. Ber- 



nard(C) 



760-2648 



KIKO'9 OOUNTT, TUIiL 

5162 
Dr. J. F. Fox (N) 8700 
W.H. Walsh (C) 

KiN0*8 Lynn— «ee Ltnn Re 
KiNQeros—aee Surrey. 
Kingston- UPON • Hull— see 
ELiNOSWiNFORD— «ee Stapfo 

KIRKOAIiDY DISTRICT 

Sir Q. Campbell (L) 2180 
J. M. IngUB 0) 1504-676 
H. T. Munro (C) 746 



Capt. T. a ^ 
nard(C) 

AMORR h 



KIRKGUDBRIOHTSHIR 

5720 
Mark J. Stewart (C) 2526 
A. Young (L) 2492-34 

KiRKDALE— «ee Liverpool. 
KNUTSFORD-^ee Cheshire. 

liAMBRTH, BRIXTON [7 

7963 
E. Baffffallay (C) 3427 
Dr. W JBlake Odgers 
(L) 2762-666 



10,475 
S. Williamson (L) 
P. Sturrock (C) 



Unop. 



4664 

3780-884 



5580 



Gen. Sir G. Balfour <L) 



^nop. 



P. A. Chance (N) SSifi 
R. De la Poer (C) 253^083 
Mr, Chance resigned. 
Sept 7, 1894 (5065) :- 
S. Morris (N) Unop. 

11,216 
S. Williamson (L) 5110 
C. S. Dickson (C) iSS^TIb 



5719 
J. W. Crombie (L) 2444 
J. Stephen (LU) 1376-1068 



5236 



B. C. MoUoydg 8266 



0,4^ 
5162 
Dr. J. F. Fox (S) 



711-2555 



Unop, 



Hull. 

RD8HIRK. 

[43.877] 

6282 
SirG. Campbell (L) 2014 
T. Barclay (LU) 911-1108 
Sir O, Campbell died. 
March 11, 1^ (5274) :— 
J. H. Dalziel (L) 2567 
R. Cox (LU) 1531-1038 

B [31,503] 

6720 
Mark J. Stewart (C) 2471 
A. Young (L) 2406-65 



5,366] 

7968 

E. Baggallay (C) 3300 

M. H. Cookson, Q.C. 
(L) - 188ft-1414 

Mr. BagaaZlay resigned. 

July 19, 1887 (8*55):- 

Marq. of Carmar- 
then (C) 8307 

J. Hill (L) 2569-738 



B. C. MoUoy (K) 3279 
W. T. Trench (C) 



670-2009 



5295 
Dr. J. F. Fox (N) 



Unop. 



5274 I 

J. H. Dalaiel (L) 2741 ^^ 
J. Chisholm (LU) 989-18(8 , 



5700 
Mark J. Stewart (C) 2486 
A. Young (L) 2454-31 



9789 
Marq. of Carmar- 
then (C) 
R. Stapley (L) 



4061 



LIBBBAL YBAB BOOK, 1006. 

Digitized byVjOOQlC 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



235 



1895 

KIIiKBKNY, BOUTH 

6794 
S. Morris (N) 

Unop, 



KIIiMARKOOK DI8TRIG 

12,027 
Col. J. M. Denny (C) 6482 
S. WiUlamson (L) 6061-881 



KIM0ARDINB8HIRB 

6897 
J. W. Crombie (L) 2808 
Hon. C. J. Trefusls 
(C) 



KINO*8 OOUNTT, BIRR 

6003 
B. C. MoUoy (N) 

Uriop, 

KIMO*8 GOUNTT, TULL 

6081 
Dr. J. F. Fox <N) 

Unop, 



KOLKCMIaOY DI8TRIGT 

, « ^«34 

J. H. Dalzlel (L) 9078 

C. Kekewich (C) 1122-1956 



KIRKOUDBRIOHT8HIR 

6812 
Sir Mark J. Stew- 
art, Bt (C) 2064 
J. A. Duncan (L) 2494-170 



IiAMBBTH, BRIXTOH 

10,263 

Marq. of Carmar- 
then (C) 4198 

Sir R.a Head, Bt. 
(L) 2199-1999 

Marq, of Carmarthen imc- 
ceeaed to peeraga as 
Duke of Leeds. 

Jan. 30, 1896 (10,327):- 

Hon. E. Hubbard 
(C) 4493 

E. W. Nunn (L) 2131-2362 

Mr, Hvbbara resigned. 

March 20, 1900 (10,«6) :- 

Sir R. G. C. Mowfcray, Bt. 
(C) Unop. 



1900 

6141 
J. O'Mara (N) 



BY-ELBCTiours, 1900-4 



Unop, 



13,621 
Col. J. M. Denny (C) 6076 
A. R. Rainy (L) 6692-384 



6410 
J. W. Crombie (L) 3092 
J. Mowat (C) 1638-1566 



4792 
M. Reddy (N) 
B. C. MoUoy (N) 



AMORH 

4939 
B. H. Burke <N) 



6872 
J. H. Dalzlel (L) 
M. B. Nairn (LU) 



1461 
1181-270 



Unop. 



3364 

2013-1341 i 



6846 
Sir Mark J. Stewart, 

Bt. (C) 2784 

R. H. Cox (L) 2181-603 



10,666 
Sir R. G. C. Mowbray, Bt. 

Unop, 



LIBBBAL TSAR BOOK, 1005. 



rd.hy Google 



236 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



LUIBBTH, fl 

sns 



R. Oent-DaviB (C) 8S51 
J. O'CJonnor Power 

(L) 2801-800 

J. Fielding (Soo) 32 



O] 



1892 



>virOKTH [00,542] 

Qen.C. FraseriO 2524 
W. Wren (L) 2846-178 

Sir J. C. Lawrence, 
Bt (L) 802 

LAMBBTH, NORWOOD|[85,780j 

T. L. Bristowe (C) 3496 
P. W. Clayden (L) 
KOLKARKBHIRB, GOYA 



iM [78,813] 

8813 

R. Gent-Davis (O 3222 
M. H. Beaufoy (L) 2792-430 
Mr, Oent-Davia resigned. 
Marchl5, 1880 (8820) :— 
M.H. Beaufoy (L) 4060 
P. Beresford-Hope 

(C) 343fr^80 

<J 

7930 
Gen. C. Fraser (C) 2723 
W. Wren (L) 2311-412 



W. Pearce (C) 
B. Burleigh (L) 
D. G. Hoey (I) 



3677 W. Pearce (C) 3674 

3522-156 T. A. Dickson (L) 3212-382 
11 Sir W, Pearce died. 

Jan.l8.1880<9240):- 
John Wilson (L) 4420 
Sir John Pender 
(LU) 3340-1071 

IJUIARKBHIRB. MID [90,066] 



0348 
M. H. Beaufoy (L> 
F. FaithfuU Begg 
(C) 



3860 
3253^07 



F. M. Coldwells (L.) 2524 

H. M. Stanley (LU) 2394-130 , 



7601 
T. L. Bristowe (C) 33^ 
Oscar Browning (L) 1606-1728 
N [103,078] 



8884 
C. E. Tritton (C) 
Dr. Verdon (L) 

11,151 
John Wilson (L) 
N. Spens (C) 



S. Mason (L) 2876 

W. R. Bousfield (C) 267^286 
J. C. Forrest (L) 1013 



LANARKBHIRH, HORT 

10,814 
D. Crawford (L) 4664 
J. C. Cuninghame 
<C) 4406-160 



S. Mason (L) 3770 

J. W. S. Harvey 

(LU) 2000-870 

Mr, Mason resigned, 
April 27, 1888 (0143):- 
J.%. Phlllpps (L) 3847 
W. R. Bousfield (C) 2817-030 
J. Keir Hardie (Lab) 617 

H-BABT [110,340] 
10,814 
p. Crawford (L) 4209 
"jora , 

8000-270 



CJLKARKBHIRB, HORT 

0878 
J. Baird (C) 4646 

R. B. Cnnninghame 
Graham (L) 8442-1103 



JiHJLRKBHIRB, 

8046 
A. C. Sellar (L) 
Lord Lennox (C) 
J. Murdoch (I) 



PART 

3726 
3385-341 
74 



4147 
2584-lo63 



382a-iono 



10,496 
J. W. Philipps (L) 4611 
Col, H. Stuart (C) 3489-1122 
Mr. Philipps resigned, 
April 6, 1^(11.284):— 
J. Caldwell (L) 3066 
CoL H. Stuart (C) d63&-330 
R. Smillle (Lab) 1221 



Sir T. E. Colebrook, 
Bt. (LU) 



12,645 
D. Crawford (L) 
A, Whitelaw (C) 



5184-07 



H-WBBT 



R. B. Cunnlnghame 
Graham (L) 4030 

J. Baird (C) 3808-332 



11,406 
G. A. L. Whitelaw 

(C) 
Col. J. R. C. Rcade 

(L) 



4770 
4680-81 



IGK [116,628] 

8946 
A. C. Sellar (LU) 3745 
R. A. McLean (L) 2944-801 
Mr. Sellar died. 
Feb. 11, 1890 (9429):— 
J.ParkerSmith(LU)4148 



3020-210 



Sir C. Tennant, Bt. 



11,453 
J. Parlcer Smith 



E. P. Tennant (L) 



6006 

4878-787 



LIBERAL THAR BOOK, 1005, dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



237 



1895 



IiAMBBTH, KEMKINQTON 

10.117 



F. L. Cook (fc) 3764 
M. H. Beaufoy (L) 27e&-805 
W.Wlghtman(TL) 730 



LAMBBTH, NORTH 

7338 
H. M. Stanley (LU) 2878 
C. P. Trevelyan (L) 2473-405 



UUffBBTH. NORWOOD 

9635 
C. E. Tritton (C) 

Unop. 
IiANARKBHIRB, GOYA 

11,416 
John Wilson (L) 4290 
G. Ferfiru8on(LU) 4029-261 
A. Haddow (ILP) 430 



KOLNARKBHIRB, MID 

11,302 
J. Caldwell (L) 4447 
C. K. Mackenzie 
(LU) 4376-71 



IiANARKBHIRB, NORT 

14,083 
J. Colville (L) 6288 

A. Whitelaw (C) 5751-687 



IiANARKBHIRB, NORTH-WBBT 

12,371 13,568 

J. Q. Holburn (L) 5244 Dr. C. M. Douglas 

G. A. L. Whitelaw (L) 

(C) 6147-07 L. Edmunds (LU) 

Mr, HoWum died, 
Feb. 21. 1899 (13,337);- 
Dr. C. M. Douglas 

(L) 5723 

G. A. L. Whitelaw 

(C) 6364-359 

LANARKBHIRB, partigk 

13,162 15,921 

J. Parker Smith J. Parker Smith 

(LU) 5551 I (LU) 

W. L. Mackenzie I R. Lamble (L) 

(L) 4344-1207 i 



1900 

10,432 



F. L. Cook (C) 
K W. Essex (L) 



4195 
2309-1886 



7090 
F. W. Homer <C) 
Col. C. Ford (L) 



11,204 
C. E, Tritton (C) 



2677 
1795-882 



Unop. 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



14,807 
R. H. Craig (L) 5744 
R. Duncan (LU) 5580-164 



12 996 
J. Caldwell (L) 
C. K. Mackenzie 
(LU) 



6267 
6075-192 



H-BABT 

16,001 
J. Colville (L) 7120 

Sir W. H. Rattigan, 
Q.C. (LU) 5667-1553 



5505 
5214-291 



6950 
4717-2233 



Mr, Colville died, 
Sept. 26, 1901 (16,894):- 
SirW.fc Rattigan, 

K.C. (LU) 5673 

C. B. Harmsworth 

(L) 4769-904 

R. SmiUie (Lab) 2900 
Sir W, H, BatHgan died, 
Aug. 10, 1904 (18,^) :- 
A. Findlay (L) 5619 
G. H. Touch (C) 4677-942 
J. Robertson (Lab) 3984 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 



lOOS^git zed by Google 



238 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

IiANARKBHIBB, BOUT 

8081 
J. G. C. Hamilton 

(L) 4583 

J. H. C. Hozier <C) 3245-1338 

LJLNGA8HIRB, AOORIM 

10,797 
F. W, Grafton (L) 6320 
R, T. Hermon- 
Hodge (C) 4842-478 



IiAKGABHIRB, BIiAGKP 

11,903 
CoL Hon. F. A. Stanley (C) 
C/nop. 



XJUrOABHIRB, BOOTLB 

14,663 
Col. T. M. Sandys 

(C) 6715 

S. H. Whitbread 

(L) 3083-2782 

IJUIGA8HIRB, GHORI^B 

9881 
Gen. R. J. Feilden 

<C) 5867 

H. Wright (L) 2808-3059 



- 1886 

H [56.504] 

8961 
J. H. C. Hozier (C) 3577 
J. G. C. Hamilton <L) 3550-18 



OTON [84.8071 

10,797 
R. T. Hermon- 

Hodge (C) 
J. F, Lease <L) 



4971 
4751-220 



OOL [111,6141 

11,903 



Col. Hon. F. A. Stanley (C) 
Unop. 

Col. Stanly raised to peer- 
age as Lord Stanley of 
Preston, 

Aug. 20J886 (11,903) :- 

SirM. W. Ridley, 
Bt.iC.) 6263 

J. O. Pilkington (L) 2513-3750 

[121,105] 

14,663 
CoL T. M. Sandys (C) 

Unop, 



Y [77,053] 

9681 
Gen. R. J. Feilden (C) 



IiANGABHIRB, GI^ITHB ROB [110,8581 
12,698 -^ 

SirU.Kay-Stuttle- 

worth, Bt (L) 6821 
J. O. S. Thnrsby 
(C) 4462-2350 



XiANCABHIRB, DARWB 

12,629 
Visct. Cranbome 

{C) 5878 

J. G. Potter (L) 5873-6 



Uhop, 



»1 
12 696 

Sir U. Kay-Shuttleworth, 
Bt. (L) 

Unop, 



H [78,795] 



Visct Cranbome 
J. Slagg (L) 



5350-726 



KOLKGABHIRB, BCCIiBS 

9781 
Hon. A. J. Egerton 

(C) 4550 

Y. K. Armitage (L) 4312-247 



[92,830] 

9781 
Hon* A. J. Egerton 

(C) 4277 

£. D. Gosling (L) 3965-292 
Mr* Egerton died, 
Oct. 22, 1890 (11,136) :— 
H. J. Rob7(L) 4901 

Hon. A. F. Egerton 

(C) 4696-205 



1892 



8818 
J. H.C. Hozier (C) 4082 
T. C. H. Hedder- 
wick (L) 3664-368 



12 300 
J. F. Leese, q'.C. (L) 0019 
R. T. Hermon- 

Hodge (C) 5472-547 

Mr, Leese appointed Be- 

corder of Manchester. 
Deo. 21, IMS (12.361):— 
J. F. Leese. Q.C. (L) 6822 
R. T. Hermon- 
Hodge (C) 5664-258 



13,124 
SirM. W.Ridley, 

Bt. (C) 6536 

T. Walker (L) 3487-3049 



15,772 
Col. T. M. Sandys 

(C) 6532 

A. McDougall (L) 4400-2072 



10,599 
Gen. R. J. Feilden (C) 

Unop. I 
Oen. Feilden died. \ 

June 7, 1895 (11,396) :— 
Lord Balcarres (C) Unop. \ 



15,212 
Sir U. Kay-Shuttle- 
worth, Bt. (L) 7667 
W. E. Briggs (C) 6506-2161 



13,844 
C. P. Huntington 

(L) 6637 

Visct. Cranbome 

(C) 6423-214 

12,040 
H. J. Roby (L) 5340 

O. Leigh Clare (C) 5071-289 



LIBBRAI^ YEAR BOOK, lOOS^tzed byGoOgTc^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



239 



1895 



BOUT 



liANARKSHIRB. 

9136 

J. H. C. Hozler (C) 4053 
R. Lamble (L) 



liANOABHIRB, AGGRIN 

12,832 
Sir J. F. Leese, 

Q.C. (L) 6168 

W. Mitchell <C) 5828-340 



liANCABHIRB, BIiAGKP 

13 600 
Sir M. W. Ridley, Bt. (C) 
Unop, 



IiAHOABHIRH/ BOOTLB 

16,273 
CoL T. M. Sandys (C) 

Vnop, 



IiANGABHIRB, GHORUB 

11,386 
Lord Balcarres (C) 

Unop, 



ULNCABHIRB, OIiITHB 

16,168 
Sir U. Kay-Shuttleworth, 
Bt.(L) 

Unop. 



IiANG ABHIRB,' DAR WB 

14,220 
J. Rutherford (C) 7058 
C. P. Huntington 
(L) 6217-841 



IiANCABHIRB, BCGI^BS 

12,917 
O. Leigh Clare (C) 6722 
H. J. Roby (L) 6302-420 



1900 

a 

9134 
Hon. J. H. C. Hozier 

ICj\ 3968 

W. Menzies (L) 3516-462 

GTOK 

14,221 
Sir J. F. Leese, Q.C. 

(L) 6686 

E. Micholls (C) 
J. Hempsall (Soc) 



OOIi 

16,807 
SirM. W.Ridley, Bt. 
(C) Unop. 



433 



17,439 
Col. T. M. Sandys (C) 



12,288 
Lord Balcarres (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



ROB 

18,684 
SirU. Kay-Shuttleworth, 
Bt. (L) 

Unop. 



16,308 
J. Rutherford (C) 
C. P. Huntington 
(L) 



6768-470 



14,674 
O. Leigh Clare (C) 
J. P. Ay (L) 



6153 
6934-219 



I 



Bt-Electioks, 190O-4 



Sir M. W, Ridley raised to 
peerage as Lord Ridley, 

Dec. 21 JL900 (16,807) :- 

H. W, worsley- 
Taylor, Q.C. (C) 7059 

J. Heap (L) 6589-1470 



Lord Balcarres appointed 
a Lord of the Treasury. 
Nov. 4. 1903 (12,836):- 



Lord Balceures 
J. Lawrence (L) 



4798-1428 



Sir U. Kay-ShvUleworth 
raised to peerage as Lord 
ShvUleworth. 



Aug. 1, 1902 (19,461) :— 
D. J. Shackleton (Lab) 
Ui 



^nop. 



y Google 



LtBBBAL TBAB BOOK, 1905. 



240 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



LAKGABHIRB. OOBTOH 

10JS4 
R Peacock (L) 5300 
D. I. Flatteley (C) 3462-1848 



XJUrOABHIRB, HBTWOOD [67.894] 

Isaac Hoylo JL) 4688 
J. Kenyon (C) 3865-583 



1886 

[96,617] 

10,834 
R. Peacock Oj) 4680 

ViBct Grey de Wil- 
ton (C) 4135-467 
Mr, Peaoock died. 
March 22, 1889 aO,674) :- 
W. Mather (L) 5165 
E. F. G. Hatch (C) 4309-846 



Isaac Hoyle (L) 

J. Grant Lawson (0)3762-444 



4206 



1892 

1L782 
W. Mather (L) 
E. F. G. Hatch (C) 



5255 



9251 
T. Snape (L) 
Sir H. Lawrence, 
Bt. (LU) 



4366 
3746-621 



XJLHOABHIRB, INOB [79, 
9157 
Col. H. B. H. Bhin- 

deU (C) 4271 

C. M. Percy (L) 3725-546 

IiANGABHIRB, LANGA 

8861 
Maj. G. B. H. Mar- 
ton (C) 4387 
J. C. McCoan (L) 3530^7 

liANGABHIRB, IiBIGH [ 

8572 
Caleb Wright (L) 4621 
Lees Knowles (C) 3275-1346 



336] 

9157 
Col. H. B. H. Blun- 

delllO 4306 

G. P. Taylor <L) 3228-1080 

8TBR [78,6^ 

J. Williamson (L) 3886 
Maj. G.B.H. Mar- 
ton (C) 3891-195 

79,466] 



IiANGASHIRB, MIDDLB 

11,748 
Col. Salis-Schwabe 



,%, 



T. Fielden <C) 



4885-997 



XJLNGA8HIRB, BBBTCO 

9344 
SirR. A. Cro88(C) 4414 
CoL G. McCorquo- 
dale (L) 4031-383 



IiAKGABHIRB, HORTH 



W. G. Ainslle (C) 
Sir F. Herschell, 
Q.C. (L) 



4166 
3944-222 



IiAKOABHIRB, ORM8KI 

. 8714 
A. B. Forwood (C) 6133 
J. P. Sheldon (L) 2343-2790 



10,069 
Sam Woods (L) 4579 
CoL H. B. H. Blun- 



dell (C) 



4352-227 



8572 
Jhta 
W. H. Myers (C) 



Caleb Wright O-) 



4297 
3134-1163 



TOH [74,647] 

11,748 
T. Fielden (C) 5126 

C.H.Hopwood,Q.C. 
(L) 4806-318 



N [80,408] 

9344 
SirR. A. Cross (C) 4302 
Sir G. Krrington, Bt 

(L) 3486-816 

Sir R. A, Cross raised to 

peerage as Lord Cross. 
Aug. 16, 1886 (9344):- 
T. W. Legh (C) 4062 

D. O'C. French, Q.C. 

(L) 3355-707 

LOH8DALB [60,430] 

9219 
W. G. Ainslle (C) 4063 
W. M. Edmunds (L) 3263-800 



RK [76,003] 

8714 
A. B. Forwood (C) 



9995 
J. WilUamson (L) 4756 
Sir T. Storey (LU) 4075-^80 



Caleb Wright (L) 4890 



W. C. Jones (C) 



11,961 
C. H. Hopwood, 

T. Fielden (C) 



9993 
T. W. Legh (C) 
W. Neill, Q.C. (L) 



5389 
5273-116 



4713 
3819-891 



Unop, 



W. Smith (L) 4203 

W. D. Crewd8on(C) 3426-777 



I 9563 

A. B. Forwood (C) 4618 
' J. Middlehurst (L) 2101-2517 



k 



LIBBJRAL YEAR BOOK, 190§,g,„ed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



241 



1896 

liAMOABHIRB, OORTOH 

12,961 

E. F.G. Hatch (C) 5865 
R. M. Pankhurst 
(L) 4261-1601 



liJLNOABHIRB. HBTWO 



Capt. O. Kemp 
T. Snape (L) 



4489 
9983-566 



OD 

10,022 
Capt. G. Kemp 

(LU) 4667 

E. H. Holden (L) 4431-226 



liJUIOASHIRB, INGB 

10,935 
C6L H. B. H. Blmi- 

delliG) 5285 

Sam Woods (L) 4790445 

lOLMOABHIRB, IJUIOA 

10.778 
CoL W. H. Foster 
(C) 5028 

LS.Leadam(L) 4394-634 

IiANOABHIRB, IiBIOH 

10.763 
C. P. ScobtJL) 5130 
W. W. A. Fitz- 
gerald (C) 4453-677 

IiANOASHIRB, MIDDIiB 

12,446 
T. Fielden (C) 5026 

C. H. Hopwood, 

Q.C. (L) 5061-865 

Mr, Fielden died, 
Nov. 4. 1807 (12,945) :— 
J. Duckworth (L) 5064 
W. MitcheU (C) 5664-300 

I«AHGABHIRB, HBWTO 

11,073 
Hon. T. W. Legh 

(C) 5358 

J. Moon (L) 3854-1504 

Mr. Legh atuxeeded to 
peerage as Lord Newton, 
Jan. 16, 1899 (12,076) :- 
Col. R. Pilkington (C) 

tlivop, 

LANOABHIRB, NORTH 

9458 
B. F. Cavendish 

(LU) 481S 

Baron Halkett(L) 3610-708 

LANGA8HIRB, ORM8K 

10,107 
A.B.Forwood(C)4780 



1900 

14.511 
B. F. G. Hatch (C) 6761 
W. Ward (L) 6241-^620 



11,781 
Col. H. B. H. Blundell (C) 
Unop, 

STBR 

12,334 
N. W. Hehne (L) 5113 
Col. W. H. Foster (C) 5069-44 



11,907 
C. P. Scott (L) 5239 

W.W. A. Fitzgerald 
(C) 5110-120 

TON 



By-£lections, 1900-4 



I 



13,707 



£. B. Fielden (C) 6147 
J. Duckworth (L) 6011-136 



12,062 
CoL R. Pilkington (C) 



Unop, 



IiONBDAIiB 

9537 
R. F. Cavendish (LU) 



Unop, 



IRK 



11,062 



T. Stonor (L) 
Sir A. B. Forwood died. 
Oct. 20, 1898 (10,561):- 
Hon. Arthur Stanley (C) 
Unop, 



Hon. Arthur Stanley (C) 

Unop. 



I906»i by Google 



UBBRAL TBAB BOOK, 



242 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

IiAMOABHIRB, 

11,156 
A. Buckley (L) 
R. O. C. Mowbray 
(C) 



FBBBT 

5iU 



1686-728 



LAMOABHIRB, RADGLI 

10,438 
R. Leake (U 5008 

W. W. B.Hiilton 
(C) 4579-^13 



1886 

inOH [103,1171 
11456 
R. G. C. Mowbray 

(Q 1813 

A. Buckley (L) 4704-138 

FFB -GUM -FARMWORT 

10,438 
R. Leake (L) _ 4085 
^ "llni 

4550-136 



LAMOABHIRB, ROBBBN 

U.450 
Marquees of Hart- 

ington (L) 6060 

wTf. Eckroyd (C) 4228-1832 



lOLHOABHIRB. BOUTH 

8487 
Dr. G. A. PiUdng. 

tonjL) 3741 

J. E. Edwards- 

Moes (C) 3581-160 



DAIiB [71,480] 

11J50 
Marquess of Hart- 

in^n (LU) 5399 

T. Newbigglng (L) 3040-1450 
Lord Harttngton succeeded 

to peerage aa Duke of 

Devonshire. 
Jan. 23, 1892 (11,679):- 
J. H. Maden (L) 6066 
Sir T. Brooks, Bt. 

(LU) 4841-1225 

FORT [90,2201 

Hon. G. N. Curzon 
(C) 3723 

Dr.G.A.PUkin8ton 
(L) 



XiANGABHIRB, BTRBTF 

1U40 
W. Agnew (L) 4866 
J. WTMaclure (C) 4676-190 



IiAHQABHIRB, WB8T 

1CL625 
F. Hardoastte (C) 6011 
E. Ooss (L) 3741-2270 

XJLNGABHIRB, ITIDNB 

8223 
T. C. Edwards-Moss 

(C) 4327 

E. K. Muspratt (L) 2650-1677 

Lancaster— «ee Lanoashir 
Launoeston— flee Cornwal 
Lbaminqton— flee Warwick 



H [78,297] 



SirF.G.Milner, Bt 
(C) 



1892 



12,827 
R. G. C. Mowbray 

V) 
Agnew (L) 



w: 



6718 
5563-155 



10,686 



R. Leake (L)' 

Col.J. J.MeUor(G) 4904-«5 



11,679 
J. H. Maden (L) 6058 
A. G. Sparrow (C) 4334-1724 



10,614 



Hon. G. N. Curzon 

(C) 4752 

Dr. G. H. Pollard (L) 4148-604 



J. W. Madure (C) 
W. Agnew (L) 



15,425 
4750 , J. W. Maclure (G) 6623 
4011-730 i S. Hall, Q.C. (L) 6278-1345 



HOUGHTON [97,316] 

10,625 
F. Hardcastle (C) 



12 979 
j Hon. B. Stanley (C) 6711 



Unop, L. Haslam (L) 4871-1840 



B [67,661] 

8223 I 9014 

T. C. Edwards-Moss i J. S. Gilliat (C) 

(C) 8719 H. W. Deacon (L) 

A. Birrell (L) 2927-792 ' 



3866 
3661-205 



i 



E. 
I* 
AND LEABCINQTON. 



^ 



niBBRAL TBAR BOOK, 100<!^:" 



d by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



243 



X«ANOA8HIRB, 

13.812 
F. Cawley (L) 
R. G. C. Mowbray 

(C) 



PRB8T 



5038-101 



ULNOASHIRB, RADGIiI 

11,259 
Ck>l. J. J. MelloriC) 5523 
Dr. G. H. Pollard 
(L) 4823-600 

IfANOABHIRB, R088BH 

11,618 
J. H. Maden (L) 

Unop, 
Mr. Maden reaianed, 
Feb. 13, 1900(12,148);- 
W. Mather (L) 6836 
Dr. Kingsbury (C) 4564-1872 



LAMOA8HIRH. 80UTHP 

11,523 
Hon. Q. N. Curzon 

(Cy 6162 

Sir H. Naylor-Ley- 

land, Bt. (L) 4398-763 

Mr. Curzon appointed 

Viceroy of India. 
Aug. 24, 1898 (12,386) :- 
SirH. Naylor-Ley- 

land. Bt. (L) 6100 
Lord Skehnersdale 

(C) 4828-272 

Sir H. Naylor-Leyland 

died. 
May 30, 1899 (12,656):— 
Sir G. A. Pilking- 

ton(L) 5635 

C. B. Balfour (C) 



DAIiB 

12,148 
W. Mather (L) 



I<AN0A8HIRB, 8TRBTF 

16,177 
J. W. Maclure (C) 

Unop. 



I«AH0A8HIRB, WBST 

13,987 
Lord Stanley (C) 

Unop. 

£ANCA8HIRB, WIDHB 

8996 
J. S. Gilllat (C) 3973 
H.W. Deacon (L) 3456-517 



1900 

inoH 

15,732 
F. Cawley(L) 
Capt. H. H. Houlds- 
worth (C) 6406-721 



7127 



FFB-OUM- 

T. C. Taylor 
J. C. Cross 



FARHWORT 

,244 

6487 
6437-60 



12,24^ 



Unop. 



By-Elechoks, 190(M 



Sir W. Mather resigned. 
March 15, 1904 (12,667) :— 
L. Harcourt (L) 

Unop 



ORT 

13464 
S. Marshall Hall, 

Q.C. (C) 6S22 

SirG.A.Pilkington 



(L) 



631»-209 



ORD 

18 909 
Sir J. W. Maclure, 

Bt. (C) 7591 

H. Nuttall (L) 



Sir J. W. Maclure died. 
Feb. 26, 1901 (19,706):— 
C. A. Cripps, K.C. 

(Q 7088 

F. Thomasson (L) 6791-1297 



HOUGHTON 

16,827 
Lord Stanley (C) 7989 
F. Thomasson (L) 4949-3040 



9447 
CoL W. H. Walker 

(C) 4716 

M.aMoInemey (L) 2062-2654 



LIBBBAL TBAH BOOK, 1906. 



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244 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



I 



1886 



IiBBDB, GENTRJLL [64,15i7] 

11,135 11,135 

Gerald Balfour (C) 4589 Gerald Balfour (C) 1225 

J. Barran (L) 4275-314 i Sir J. Kitson, Bt. (L) 4212-13 



1892 

10,215 
Gerald Balfour (C) 
J. Lawsou Walton, 
Q.C. (L) 



i448 
4335-113 



LBBDS, BAST [65,874] 
88S1 
R. Dawson (C) 3849 
J. L. Gane,Q.C. (L) 3504-345 



IiBBDS, HORTH [116,086] I 
10,128 i 

W. L. Jackson (C) 4494 
A.W.Rttoker(L) 4237-257 

IiBBDB, BOUTH [82,094] 
10,931 
Sir Lyon Playfair 

(L) 5206 

S. C. Macaskie (C) 286^2330 



IiBBDB, WBBT [100,147] 
12,068 
Herbert J. Glad- 
stone (L) 6130 
SlrW.SiJ.Wheel- 
house, Q.C. (C) 3804-2326 

Leek— see Staffordshire. 

IiBIOBBTBRri51,489] 
2 8eat8. 21,671 
J. A. Plcton (L) 11,480 
A. McArthur (L) 11,121 
W.MiUican(C) 6,751-4370 



J.L.Gane,Q.C.(L)3930 

R. Dawson (C) 2820-1110 



10,128 
W. L. Jackson (C) 4301 
A. O. Butson (L) 



10,931 
Sir Lyon Playfair 

(L) 4665 

T. H. Bracken <C) 2924-1741 



9134 
J. L. Gane, Q.C. (L> 4024 
A. H. A. Morton (C) 3197-827 
Afr. Oane died, 
April 30, 1895 (9044) :— 



T.'R.Leuty(L| 
J. D. Power (C) 



2868-1131 



12,294 
W.L. Jackson (C) 5790 
T. R. Leuty (L) 4776-1014 



11,290 
Sir Lyon Playfair 

(L) I 

R. J. N. Neville (C) 3294-1635 
Sir L, Playfair raised to 

peera^eas Lord Playfair. 
SeDtffi,18Will,290):— 



awson Walton, 
Q.C.(L) 4414 

R J. N. Neville (C) 3466-948 



UJOSS 
Herbert J. Glad- 
stone (L) 
C. WiUiams (C) 



21,671 
J. A. Pioton (L) 9914 
A. McArthur (L) 9681 
R. Bickersteth(LU)5686-3995 



I 13,510 

I Herbert J. Glad- 
stone <L) 
A. Greenwood (C) 



5974 
5621-353 



IiBIOBBTBBBHIRB, BA 

10,190 
Lord J. Manners 

<C) 5150 

D.R.Ratcliff(L) 3868-1282 



IiBIOBBTBRBHIRB, MI 

9313 
J. E. Johnson-Fer- 

ffuson <L) 4738 

Maj. Hon. M. Cur- 

zon (C) 3663-1040 



22^0 

; J. A. Picton (L) 
Sir J. Whitehead, Bt. (L) 

I ,^ Unop. 

Mr. Picton and Sir J. 

Whitehead resigned, 

\ Aug. 29, 1894 (23,125):— 

I H. Broadhurst (L) 9464 
W. Hazell (L) 7184 

J. F. L. RoUeston (C) 6967-217 
J. Burgess (Lab) 4402 



ST, or MBIiTOH [76,383] 

10,190 
Lord J. Manners (C) 

Unop. 
Lord J. Manners stuxeeded 
to peerage as Duke of 
Ruilafid, 
March 21, 1888 (10,577) :- 
Marquess of Granby (C) 

Ifn/op, 

D, or IiOUOHBORO' [65 

9S18 ^ 

B. J. L. De Lisle (C) 4075 
J. £. Johnson-Fergu- 
son (L) 3940-135 



1L350 
Marquess of Granby (C) 

Ufi 



^nop. 



,763] 

10,060 
J. £. Johnson-Fergu- 

sonjL) 4715 

B. J. L. De Lisle (C) 3694-721 



LIBBRAL TBAR BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



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POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



245 



1895 

XiBBDB, OBNTRAIi 

10,353 
Gerald Balfour (C) 4631 
Leif Jones <L) 3977-664 



IiBBDB, BAST 

OOii 
T. R. Leuty (L) 
J. D. Power (C) 



3857 
8147-710 



IiBBDB, NORTH 

13,563 
W.L.Jackfion(C)5802 
H. S. Baines (L) 4484-1506 

I^BBDS, SOUTH 

11,921 
J. Lawson Walton, 

ac. <L) 4606 

R. J. N. NeviUe (C) 4447-161 
A. Shaw (ILP) 622 



I<BBD8, WB8T 

14,358 
Herbert J. Glad^ 

Btone (L) 6314 

CoL J. T. North (C) 6218-86 



LBIOB8TBR 

24,113 
H. Broadhurst (L) 9792 
W. Hassell (L) 7753 

J.F.L.RoUe8ton(C) 7654-99 
J. Burgess (ILP) 4009 



IiBIOBBTBRSHIRB, BA 

11,894 
Lord Edward Man- 
ners (C) 5636 
A. Wakerley (L) 4283-1353 



1900 



Gerald Balfour (C) 4144 
Sir S. Montagu, 
Bt. (L) 3042-1102 



H. S. CauUey (C) 3453 

J. R. Maguire (L) 1586-1867 
W. P. Byles <L 

and Lab) 1266 



17,387 
W. L. Jackson <C) 7512 
J. C. Hamilton (L) 4995-2617 



13.442 
J. Lawson Walton, 

Q.C. (L) 4952 

R. J. N. Neville (C) 4718-234 



16,867 

Herbert J. Glad- 
stone (L) 7043 

Col. T. W. Harding 
(LU) 



24,962 
H. Broadhurst (L) 10,385 
SirJ. F. L. RoUe- 

ston (C) 9,066 

W. Hazell (L) 8,528-538 : 

J. R. Mcbcdonald I 

(Lab) 4,164 i 



By-Elbctions, 1900-4 



Mr, Jackson raised to peer- 
age as Loird AUerton. 

July 29, 1902 (1%0W):- 

R. H. Barran (Li 7539 

Sir A. Lawson, Bt. 
(C) 6781-758 



I 



ST OP MBLTON 

13,470 
Lord Cecil Manners 



IiBIGBBTBRBHIRB, MI 

10,274 
J. B. Johnson-Fer- 
guson (L) 4732 
R. L. Tooth (C) 4360-872 \ 



sl%> 



akerley (L) 



5585 
5193-392 



D, o» liOUGHBORO' 

11,428 
M.LeTy(L) 4897 

H. Packe (LU) 4830-6 



LIBBBAL YBAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



246 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



SO 



iiBioaMBRaHma, 

12.476 

T. T. Pftget (L) 5002 
T.K.TapUiig(C) 5896-166 



LBI0B8TBR8HIRB, WB 

9019 
James Ellis (L) 5648 
S. G. Stopford- 
SaokviUe (C) 9061-2597 

Leigh— «ee Lancasuikb. 

UBITH DI8TRI0T [97,664] 
11,779 
W. Jacks a! 6356 
W. D. Thorburn 
(C) 2485-3870 



liBITRm, HORTH [84,460] 
6478 
M. Conway (N) 4686 
G. L. Tottenham 
(C) 541-4145 

LBITRm, SOUTH [34,883] 
6270 
L. P. Hayden (N) 4525 
J. O. Lawder (C) 48&4036 

LEix-^ee Queen's County, 
Leominster— see Hereford 
Lewes— see Sussex. 

LBWISHiUM[128,346] 

Visot Lewlsham 

(C) 4244 

B.Whif 



hitworth (L) 9O10-1225 



LiOHFiBij>— «ee Staffordbh 
LiMSHOUBE— «ee Tower Ha 

LIHBRIOK [46,170] 

H. J. Gill (N) 3008 

J. Spaiffht(C) 635-2468 



1886 

UTH, OP HARBORO* [73,075] 

12,476 
T.K.TapUng(C) 5706 
J. H. Sanders (L) 4570-1138 
Mr, Tapling died. 
May 8. 1891(13.291) :- 
J. W. Ix>gan it) 5082 
G. H. Hardy (C) 5483-489 

ST, or BOS WORTH [67,309 

9919 
James Ellis (L) 4732 
H. A. H. Hulton 
(C) 3440-1292 



11,779 
W. £. Gladstone (L) 

Unop, 
Mr, Oladstone elected to sit 

for Midlothian, 
Aug. 20, 1886 (11,779) :- 
R.C.M'u 



Feranison (L) 
W. Macgregor 

W. Jacks (LU) 
H. Munster (I) 



6478 
M. Conway (N) 



6270 
L. P. Hayden (N) 



4204 

1528-2676 
1499 
3 



Unop, 



Unop, 



Visct Lewlsham 

(C) 
George Offer (L) 



1688-2161 



eoive 

Visa, Lewisham succeeded 
to peerage oa Lord Dart- 
mouth. 

Aug. 26, 1891 (11,650):- 

John Penn (C) 4585 

G. S. Wannington 
(L) 2892-1693 

IRE. 
MLET8. 



6006 
H. J. Gill (N) 

l/nop. 
Mr. aai resigned, 
April 17. 1888 (4908) :- 
F. A- O'keefe (N) Unop. 



1882 

13,678 
J. W. Logan (L) 
F. W. Lowe (C) 



0244 



10,686 
C B. B. McLaren 

H. A. H. Hulton 
(C) 


6370 
3846-1524 


13,196 
R. C. Mimro 

Ferguson (L) 5738 
W. A. BeU (LU) 40O5-1643 
Mr, Ferguson appointed 

a Lord of the Treaaury. 
Mar. 28, 1894 (13,685):- 
R. C. Munro 



Ferguson (L) 
W. A. Bell (LU) 



4692-1131 



P. A. MoHugh (N) 4502 
C.L. Tottenham (C) 645-3857 



J. Tully (N) 
R. O'Brien (C) 



11.834 
John Penn ((j) 
Q. A. Harvey (L) 



4241 
616-3725 



5300 
289e^2414 



5084 
F. A. O'Keefe (N) 
P. O'Brien (P) 



1878 
1490-888 



LIBBRAL TEAR BOOK, 



1006. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



247 



1895 



SO 



I^EICBSTBRSHIRB, 

14,440 

J. W. Logan (L) 0899 
C. Powney (C) 5673-1026 



liBICESTBRSHIRB, WB 

10,854 
C. B. B. McLaren 

(L) 5327 

T. Cope (C) 4207-1120 



liEITH DISTRICT 

13,982 
R. C. Munro 

Ferguson (L) 5819 
John Wilson (LU) 4494-1325 



1900 

UTH, or HARBORO* 

16,128 
J. W. Logan (L) 7260 
C. H. Dixon (C) 5946-1323 



By-Elechons, 1900-4 

Mr. Logan resigned, 
June 17, 1904 (16,829) ;~ 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 

(L) 7843 

C. H. Dixon (C) 6110-1733 



LBITRIM, NORTH 

6515 
P. A. McHugh (N) 



Unop, 



LBITRIM, SOUTH 

7136 
J. TuUy (N) 



Unop, 



LBWISHAM 

12,639 
John Penn (C) 



Unop. 



UMBRIOK 

6407 
J. Daly (P) Unop. 

Mr. Daly diamuUified* 
Sept. 11, 1896 (5407) :— 
F. A. O'Keefe (N) 1861 
J. Nolan (P) 1764^7 



ST, OP BOSIHTORTH 

11,721 
C. B. B. McLaren (L) 



Unop. 



15,484 

R. C. Munro Fergu- 
son (L) 6043 

E. T. Salvesen, Q.C. 
(LU) 5226-817 



7670 
P. A. McHugh (N) 4025 
C. J. Singleton (C) 383-3642 



8242 



J. TuUy (N) 



15,254 
John Penn (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



M. Joyce (N) 2S21 

F. E. Kearney (C) 474-2047 



Mr. Penn died. 
Dec. 15, 1903 (18,708):— 
Maj. E. F. Coates 

(C) 7709 

J. W. Clelaiid (L) 6697-2012 



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1886 



1886 



I 



1892 



LIMBRIOK COm bast [49,641] 

8474 I 8474 

J. Finuoane (N) | J. Finucane (N) 



IiIMBRIOK CO., 

7827 
W. Abraham (N) 

LIMCOIiH [51,751] 
7444 
J. RuBton (L) 
F. H. Kerans (C) 



Unop, I 
WB8T[ 50,284] 



Unop, 



8726 
2701-1025 



7827 
W. Abraham (N) 



7444 
F. H. Kerans <C) 
W. Crosfleld (L) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



8158 
2851-306 



LIMCOIiMaHIRB, BAST LIMDSBT, op liOUTH [43, 

4801 
3591-1207 I 



8144 
J. Finucane <N) 
W. Nnnan (P) 

7118 
M. Austin (N) 
H. Harrison (P) 

7358 
W. Crosfleld (L) 
F. H. Kerans (C) 



F. Otter (L) 
J. Lowther (C) 

LIMCOUISHIRB, HOIiL' 

11,507 
Hon. M. Finch- 

Hatton <C) 4658 

Halley Stewart (L) 4580-78 



LINOOIiMSHIRB, MORT 



A. R. Heath (C) 



H. ChapUn (C) 
C. Sharpe (L) 



4761 
3460-1301 



Unop, 

AMD, or SPAIiDIMO [48, 
11,507 

Hon. M. Finch- 
Hatton <C) 4561 

Halley Stewart (L) 4273-288 

Mr. Finch- Nation suc- 
ceeded to the peerage 
as Lord Winchilsea, 

July 1, 1887 (12,188) 

Halley Stewart (L) 5110 

Adm.feirG.Tryon(C)4363-747 

H KBSTBYBN, or SUBA FORD [44, 

0863 
H. Chaplin <C) 

Unop. 
Mr. Chaplin appointed 
President of Board qf 
Agriculture, 
Sept. 26, 1888(0793):— ' 
H. Chaplin (C) 4386 
F. Otter (L) 3078-1306 



R. W. Perks (L) 
A. R. Heath (C) 



1174-1729 



3257 
616-2741 



3410 
3186-224 



4284 
344^^639 



700] 

13,054 
Halley Stewart (L> 4680 
H. F. PoUoclc (LU) 4334-326 



LINCOLMSHIRB, MORT 

10,323 
Sir H. Meysey-Thomp- 

son, Bt. (L) fi643 

H. J. F. Atkinson 

(C) 3006-2637 



H IiIMDSBT, or BRIOO 

10,323 
S. D. Waddy, Q.C. 

(L) 3887 

J. M. Richardson (C) 3722-165 



H. Chaplin (C) 
W. S. Fox (L) 



4157 
3250-907 



LIMCOLMSHIRB, BOUT 

9741 
J. C. Lawrance, 

Q.C. (C) 4647 

J. S. Cudlip (L) 3514-1133 



MNCOLMSHIRB, BOUT 

9041 
Hon. E. Stanhope 

(C) 4824 

T. Throlfall (L) 38QO-865 



[52,308] 

10,341 
S. D. Waddy, Q.C. 

(L) 4448 

J. M. Richardson (C) 4021-427 
Mr. Waddy appointed Re- 
corder of Sheffield, 
Dec. 7, 1894 (10,478):— 
J. M. Richardson (C) 4377 
H. J. Reokitt (L) 4300-77 



H. J. C. Cust (C) 
A. Priestley (L) 



H KBSTBYBN, or STAM FORD [45,308] 

J. C. Lawrance, Q.C. (C) 

Unop. 
Mr. Lawrance made a 

Judge. 
March 7, 1890 (10,526) :- 
H. J. C. Cust (C) 4238 
A. Priestley (L) 3951-282 

H LIMDSBY, or HORMC 

9941 
Hon. E. Stanhope (C) 

Unop. 



4150 
4026-124 



I 



ASTLB [43,572] 

I 9555 

I Hon. K.Stanhopo(C) 4438 

F. Otter (L) 3700-738 

Mr. Stanhope died, 

Jan. 11, 1804 (9528):- 

Lord Willoughby 
dc E^resby (C) 4582 

H. J. Torr (L) 8744^^38 



tilB&RAI. TBAB BOOK) 100£^, ^ . 

Digitized by LjOOQIC 



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249 



BAST 

Unop. 
WBST 

Unop, 



1895 

JLiIMBRICK CO., 

7678 
J. Finucane (N) 

JLiIMBRICK CO., 

7157 
M. Austin (N) 

I^INCOLM 

8068 
C. H. Seely(LU) 3808 
W. Crosfleld (L) 3590-218 

I^INCOLNSHIRB, BAST 

10,863 
R. W. Perks (L) 4191 
Col. F. A. Lucas (C) 3779-412 

I^INCOIiMSHIRB, HOLL 

12,775 
H. F. PoUock (LU) 4823 
Halley Stewart (L) 4274-349 



lilMCOLNSHIRB, MORT 

9671 
H. ChapUn (C) 4653 
W. S. Fox (L) 2687-1966 



1900 

8422 
W. Lundon (N) 



Unop. 



8851 
P. J. O'Shaughneasy (N) 

Unop, 



8846 
C. H. Seely <LU) 
C. Roberts (L) 



4002 
3835-07 



LIMD8BT, OP liOUTH 

9621 
R. W. Perks (L) 4188 
Maj. E. Coote (O) 3286-902 

AND, or SPALDING 

12,550 
H. R. Mansfield (L) 4352 
E. M. PoUock (LU) 4295-57 



H KBSTBYBN, or SLB 

9870 
H. Chaplin (C) 4228 
Dr.C.E.Reinhardt 
(L) 2785-1443 



AFORD 



I^INCOLNSHIRB, NORT H LINDSBY, or BRIGG 

11,656 I 10,713 

H. J. Reckltt (L) 4886 H. J. Reckitt (L) 4899 

J. M. Richardson G. H. Peake (C) 4077-822 



(C) 



4110-776 



SOUT 



LINGOLNSHIRB, 

9657 

W. Younger (C) 4203 
A. Priestley (L) 3814^389 



a KBSTBYBN, or 8TA 

9634 
W. Younger (C) 4292 
L. Haslam (L) 3396-897 



LINCOLNSHIRB, SOUT H LINDSBY, or HORNO 



11,642 
Lord Willoughby 

de Eresby (C) 4663 
J. B. Wallace (L) 3022-1541 



9488 
Lord WiUoiighby 

de Eresby (C) 4302 
T. Wallis (L) 2962-1340 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



MFORD 



ASTLB 



.IiIBKRAI. TBAR BCM>K« 190S* 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



11,107 
CoL H. Eyre (C) 
J. Bennett (L) 



1886 

IiIMCOLMBHIRB, WMBT 

11,107 
J. Bennett (L) i955 
Gen. C. A. Sim 
(C) 3850-1105 



LiNDSET, East— see Lincoln shire. 
LiNDSET, North— see Lincolnshire. 
LiNDSET, South— see Lincolnshire. 
LiNDSEY, West -see Lincolnshire. 



LIMLITHOOW8HIRB [58 

6806 
P. McLaffan (L) 3801 
Capt. TTHope (C) 1006-2196 



LIYBRPOOL, JLBBRORO 

9137 
W. F. Lawrence (C) 3780 
S. Smith (L) 2962-807 

lilYBRPOOL, BJL8T TOX 
8003 

Baron H. de Worms 
(C) 3508 

J. C. Bigham, Q.C. 
(L) 2606-990 



667] 

6806 
P. McLagan ih) 
Capt. T.Hope (C) 



M BT [52,440] 

9137 
W. F. Lawrence (C) 3583 
Sir T. Brassey (L) 2844-739 

TBTH [70,427] 

Baron H. de Worms (C) 

ifnop. 



LIYBRPOOL, BYBRTON 

9139 

E. Whitley (C) 4535 

F. Davies (L) 206^2472 



LIYBRPOOL, BXOHANO 

8171 
L. R. Baily (C) 2964 

Capt. W. H. O'Shea 

(N) 2900^ 

T. E. Stephens (L) 36 



LIYBRPOOL. KIRKDJLL 

834iS 
G. S. Baden-Powell 

<C) 3391 

J. Samuelson (L) 1981-1410 
J. £. Kedmond (N) 765 



1886 



LIMDBBY, OP OAIMBBO ROUGH [52 



1892 



4123 
4038-85 



2543 

1810-733 



[83,567] 

9439 
E. Whitley (C) Unop. 

Mr, Whitley died, 
Feb. 16, 1892 (9179);- 
J. A. Willox (C) Unop, 

B [41,990] 

8171 
D. Duncan (L) 2920 

L. R. BaUy (C) 2750-170 

Mr, Duncan died, 
Jan. 26, 1887 (7911):- 
R. Neville (L) 3217 

G. J. Goschen (LU) 3210-7 



B [81,915] 

8346 
G. S. Baden-Powell 

(C) 3064 

R.N 



^:eville (L) 



2172-912 



LiIYBRPOOL, SCOTI«AMD [52,966] 
7076 



T. P. 0:Connor (N) 2724 
rard 



M. N. Woodwan 
(C) 



1474-1250 



7076 
T. P. O'Connor (N) 2911 
A. Earle (LU) 1431-1180 



11,546 
J. Bennett (L) 
CoL H. Ej-re (C) 



4915 

4037-1 



7042 
P. McLagan (L) 2870 
Capt. T. Hope (C) 2709-161 
Mr, McLttgan resigned. 
June 16, 1893 (7315) :— 
Capt. T. Hope (C) 3240 
A. Ure (L) 3071-169 



9054 
W. F. Lawrence (C)3677 
W. B. Bowring (L.) 2846-831 



8544 
Baron H. de Worms 

(C) 3708 

E. Paul (L) 2201-1507 



9179 
J. A. WUlox (C) 
P. W. Atkin (L) 



3954 

2165-1789 



7518 
R. Neville, Q.C. (L) 
J. C. Bigham. Q.C. 



(LU) 



2721 
2655^ 



9567 
Sir G. S. Baden- 
Powell (C) 3750 
T. R. Threlfall (Lab) 2773-977 



«121 
T. P. O'Connor (1 
J. V. V. Fitzgerali 
(C) ^ 



^a 



2587 
1347-1190 



MB BBA t TBAB ftOOK| 1906« 



d by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1904. 



1896 

X^INCOLNSHIRB, WB8T 

13,067 
E. Bainbridge (L) 5077 
E. Pearson <C) 4301-776 



I^INIiITHOOWSHIRB 

7823 
A. Ure (L) 3760 

Capt. T. Hope (C) 3153-e07 



1900 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



LIMDSBT, or OAINBBOROUOH 

12,328 
Hon. S. Ormsby-Gorel 

(C) 4661 

K Balnbrldfire (L) 4024-37 



84aO 
A. Ure, Q.C. (L) 3827 
D. Dundas, Q.C. (C) 3034-7S3 



I^IYBRPOOIi, ABBROROMBT 



W. F. Lawrence (C) 



C/nojo. 



W. F. Lawrence (C) 



Unop, 



LiIYBRPOOIi, BJLBT TOXTBTH 

8627 
Baron H. de Worms 

(G) 3628 

C. Y. C. Dawbarn 

(L) 1706-1922 

Baron H. de Worms raised 

to peerage as Lord Pir- 

bnght. 
Nov. 29, 1895 (8627):- 
A. F. Warr (C) Unop, 



lilYBRPOOL, BYBRTON 

9719 
J. A. Willox (C) 

Unop, 



9295 
A. F. Warr (C) 



Unop, 



10,291 
SirJ.A.Wmox(C) 



Unop, 



LiIYBRPOOIi, BXCHAMOB 

7063 



6718 
C. McArthur (LU) 2811 
F. W. Vemey(L) 1514-1297 



J. C. Bigham, Q.C. 

(LU) 2884 

W. B. Bowring (L) 2630-254 
Mr. Bigham ma^ a Judge, 
Nov. 1(K 1897 (7060):- 

C. McArthur (LU) 2711 
RusseU Rea (L) 2657-54 

lilYBRPOOIi, KIRKDALB 

9631 I 10,695 

Sir G. S. Baden- ! D. Maclver (C) 

Powell (C) 3818 R. R. Cherry, Q.C. 

B. S. Johnson (L) 2468-1350 (L) 
Sir G. S, Ba.den-Poioell 

died. 
Dec. 9, 1898 (10,509):— 

D. Maclver (C) Unop. 



1738-2595 



LIVBRPOOL, SCOTLAND 

5780 
T. P. O'Connor (N) 2089 
W. E. Macartney 
(C) 1452-637 



5859 
T. P. O'Connor (N) 2044 
W. W. Rutherford 
(C) 1484^560 



Mr. Warr resigned, 
Nov.6, 1902(W8o):- 
Austin Taylor (C) 3610 
H. R. Rathbone(L) 3233-377 



LIBBRAL YEAR BOOK, 1005. 



by Google 



252 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



IiIYBRPOOIi, 

7683 
J. G. Gibson, Q.C. 

A. BirreU (L) 



WJLLVOM 



3192 
2d00-80si 



lilYBRPOOIi, WB8T DB 

Lord Claud Hamil- 
ton (C) 4213 
M. Guthrie (L) 3068-1145 



1892 



90(M 
J. H. Stock (C) 3707 
Dr. B. W. Richard- i 

80n (L) 2493-1211 



LIYKRPOOIi, 

7684 
T. B. Royden(C) 3754 
T. Sutherst (L) 1771-1983 



1886 



J. G. GibHon, Q.C. 

(C) 2872 

C. H. Bromby (L) 1681-1191 
Mr. Gibson made an Iriah 

Judge, 
Feb. 3, 1888 (7778):— 
M. W. Mattinson (C) Uiwp. 



RBT [86,694] 

8873 9971 

Lord aaud Hamil- j Hon. W. H. Cross 

ton(C) 3604 I (C) 4107 

Seijt HemphiU, ! F. R. Smith (L) 2925-1182 

Q.C. (L) 2244-1360 I Mr. Cross died. 

Lord Clavid HamiUon re- Jan. 10. 1893 (10,093) :— 
W.H. Long(C) 3632 
D. S. ColUn (L) 2275-1357 



signed, 
Aug. 10. 1888 (8799):- 
Hon. W. H. Cross (C) 



WBBT TOXTBTH [65,803J 
7684 
T. B. Roydcn (C) 



liONDOM, CITT I 

2 seats. 29,152 
Sir R. N. Fowler, 

Bt (C) 12,827 

J. G. Hubbard (C) 8,802 
S. P. Low (L) 5,817-! 
W. J. R, Cotton 

(C) 5,563 



liONDON UMIYBRSITT 

2579 
Sir John Lubbock, Bt. (L) 
Unop, 



LONDONDBRRT [39,892] 
3879 
C. E. Lewis (C) 1824 

JuRtin McCarthy 
(N) 1792-32 



Unop. 



Unop. 



I 



I 



8118 
R. P. Houston (C) 36(^ 
Ellis J. Griffith (L) 2479-1125 



29,152 
Sir R. N. Fowler, Bt. (C) 
J. G. Hubbard (C) Unop. 
Mr. Hubbdrd raised to peer- 






.J A J^i^.^^ 



32,664 
Sir R. Hanson, 

Bt (C) 
Alban Gibbs (C) 
J. T. Ritchie (C) 



10.556 
9,258 

4,207-5051 



U7Wp. 



2579 
Sir John Lubbock, 

Bt (LU) 1314 

F. Harrison (L) 51(^798 



3879 
C. E. Lewis (C) 1781 

Justin McCarthy (N) 1778-3 
Mr. Lewis unseated on pet- 
it ion^ and seat axoarded 
to Mr. McCarthy. 



Sir John Lubbock, Bt. (LU) 
Unop. 



3161 
J. Ross, Q.C. (C) 1966 

Justin McCarthy (N) 1960-26 



LIBERAL YEAR 



BOOK, 1005. ,,y Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



263 



lilYERPOOIi, WALTON 

9764 
J. H. Stock (C) 

Unop. 



1900 

11,341 
J. H. Stock (C) 



Unop, 



lilYBRPOOL, WBST DERBY 

10,556 
W. H. Long (C) 4622 
Oscar Browning 
(L) 1686-2936 



11 799 
S. W. Higginbottom (C) 
Ut 



'nop. 



LIYBRPOOL, WBST TOXTETH 

8067 I 8614 

R. P. Houston (C) 3610 I R. P. Houston (C) 

W. MulhoUand, \ 

Q,C. (L) 1653-1957 ' 



Unop, 



LONDON, CITY (2) 

33,348 
Sir R. Hanson, Bt. (C) 
Alban Gibbs <C) 

Unop, 



LONDON UNIYBR8ITY 

3822 
Sir John Lubbock, Bt. (LU) 

UfMp, 

Sir John Lubbock raised 
to peerage aa Lord 
Aveoury, 
Feb. 10, 1900 (4103) :— 
SirM. Foster (LU) 1271 
Dr. W. J. Collins (L) 863-108 
E. H. Busk (LU) 586 



LONDONDERRY 

4191 
E. F. Vesey Knox 

(N) 2033 

J. Ross, Q.C. (C) 1991-39 
Mr, Knox resigned, 
Feb. 16, 1899 (4855):— 
C;ount Moore (N) 2343 
E. Herdman (LU) 2301-42 



33,364 
Hon. Alban Oibbs (C) 
SirJ.C.Dimsdale(C) 



Unop, 



4103 
SirM. Foster (LU) 



Unop, 



By-Elechons, 1900-4 



Mr, Higginbottom died, 
Jan. 20. 1903 (11,824):— 
W. W. Rutherford 

(C) ' 5455 

R. D. Holt (L) 3251-2204 



Mr, Oibbs r^iffi 
Feb. 9, 1904 (32,91 
Hon. Alban Gibbs (C) 



Unop, 



5056 
Marquess of Hamil- 
ton (C) 2361 
Count Moore (N) 2294-67 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905,d byGoOQlc 



254 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



liONDOMDBRRT CO., NORTH [a3,787) 



11,188 
H. L. Mulholland 

(C) 5180 

S. Walker, Q.C. 

(L) 3017-2163 

liONDOMDBRRY CO., B 

10,790 
T. M. Healy (N) 1723 
Col. Hugh McCal- 

mont (C) 2311-2382 

W. Findlater (L) 1816 



11,189 
H. L. Mulholland (C) 



OUTH [50,725] 

10,790 
T. Lea(LU) 4737 

T. M. Healy (N) 4629-108 



LONGFORD CO., NORTH 

3714 
Justin McCarthy 

(N) 2549 

J. M. Wilson (C) 163-2386 



liONGFORD CO., SOUTH 

1126 
L. Connolly (N) 3046 
J. Wilson (L) 321-2725 



42] 



23,468) 

3714 
Justin McCaithy (S) 

Urwp. 
Mr, McCarthy elected to sit 

for Londonderry. 
Feb. 5. 1887 (3820) :- 
T. M. Healy (N) Unop. 

[[23,204] 

4426 
L. Connolly (N> 

Unop. 
Mr. Connolly resigned, 
June 30, 1888 (4590):— 
J. G. Fitzgerald (N) Unop. 
Lonsdale, Nokth— sec Lancashire. 
Loughborough— see Leicesitershire. 

LOUTH CO., NORTH [35,2 
5035 
J. Nolan (N) 2581 

P. Callan (N) 1451-1130 

LOUTH CO., SOUTH [30,5 
5796 
T. P. Gill (N) 

Unop. 



Louth— see Lincolnshire. 
Ix)WE8TOFT— see Suffolk. 
Ludlow— see Shropshire. 
Luton— see Bedfordshire. 

LYNN RBGIS [20,288] 
3094 
Hon. R. Bourke 

(C) 1472 

Sir W. H. B. 
Ffolkes, Bt. (L) 1302-170 



5935 



J. Nolan (N) 



5798 
T. P. GiU (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



3094 
Hon. R. Bourke (C) 1417 
J. J. Briscoe (L) 114(>-271 
Mr. Bourke appointed Gov- 
ernor of Madras. 
I Aug, 25, 1886 (3094):— 

A. W. Jarvis (C) 1423 
! J. H. Sanders (L) 
Macclesfield— see Cheshir e. 



1168-255 



MAIDSTONB [33,516] 
4273 
Maj. A. H. Ross 

(C) 2184 

Mai. Sharp Hume 
(L) 1839-345 



4273 
Mai. A. H. Ross 

(C) 1917 

T. P. Baptie (L) 1603-314 
MaJ. Boss died. 
Dec. 15, 1888 (4519) :— 
F. S. W. Cornwallis 

(C) 2050 

J. Barker (L) 1865-185 



Unop. 



1892 



11,443 
H. L. Mulholland 

(C) 5490 

Dr. T. Greer (L) 2300-3190 



9306 
T. Lea (LU) 4554 

S. Walker, Q.C. (L) 4053-501 



Justin McCarthy 
! (N) 2741 

J. M. Wilson (C) 203-2538 



4614 
K. Blake, Q.C, (N) 2544 
G. H. Miller (LU) 347-2197 



5534 
T. M. Healy (N) 
P. Callan (I) 



1569-699 



5418 
Dr. D. Amhrose 

(N) 2451 

J. Nolan (P) 1126-1325 



2970 
T. Gibson Bowles (C) 1319 
T. R. Kemp, Q.C. (L) 1308-11 



4729 
F. S. W. Corn- 
wallis (C) 
T. W. Nuflsey (L) 



2443 

1627-816 



LIBERAL YBAR BOOK, 



^^g-it zed by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



25S 



I^ONDONDBRRYCOm n. 

10,139 
J. Atkinson, Q.C. 

{C) 4763 

Dr. A. HouRton 

(L) 2538-2225 

IX>NDONDBRRY CO., B. 

9247 
Sir T. Lea, Bt. 
(LU) 4485 



Sent. Dodd, Q.C. 



seni 
(L) 



liONGFORD CO. 

4442 
Justin McCarthy (N) 



4068-417 
NORTH 



Unop. 



LONGFORD CO., SOUTH 

4604 
E. Blake, Q.C. (N) 

Uiwp. 



LOUTH CO., NORTH 



T. M. Healy (N) 
J. Nolan (P) 



2294 
1433-S61 



LOUTH CO., SOUTH 

5221 
Dr. D. Ambrose (N) 2006 
Dr. J. G. Fitzgerald 

(P) 1044-962 

Dr. Ambrose died. 
March 19, 1896 (5156) :— 
R. McGhee (N) 1626 
Col. J. P. Nolan (P) 1249-377 
P. Callan (I) 469 

LYNN RBGIS 

2979 
T. Gibson Bowles 

(C) 1395 

H. G. Beaumont (L) 1326-69 



MAID8TONB 

4861 
Sir F. Seager Hunt, Bt, 

(C) Unop. 

Sir F. S. Hunt resigned. 
March 26, 1898 (4865) :— 
F. S. W. Corn- 

wallis (C) 2214 

J. Barker (L 2036-178 



1900 

10,843 
J. Atkinson, Q.C. (C) 



J. Gordon, ac. (LU) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



4395 
J. P. Farrell (N) 



4212 
E. Blake. Q.C. (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



5869 
T. M. Healy (N) 
E. H. Burke (N) 



5480 
J. Nolan (N) 
R. McGhee (N) 



3209 
T. Gibson Bowles 



1604 
1285-319 



1233 
934-299 



By-ELECTioNs, 1900-4 



r.'i 



Booth (L) 1332-167 



5068 
J. Barker (L) 2201 

F. S. W. CornwalUs 
(C) 216^-38 



Mr. Barker unseated on 

petition. 
Murch 1,1901 (5170):— 
Sir F. H. Evans (L) 2375 
T. Milvain, K.C. (C) 2182-193 



LIBBRAL YBAB BOOK, 1005. 



by Google 



256 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

Maldon— see Essex. 

M ALTON— «ce THIRSK and Mi ALTON. 



1886 



If AN0HB8TBR, BJLST 
9779 

A. J. Balfour (C) 4536 

A. Hopkinbon (L) 37ri-«24 



MANCHBBTBR, NORTH 

8703 
J. F. Hutton (C) 4003 
C. E. Schwann (L) 3118-975 



If ANCHBSTBR, NORTH 

8579 
Sir J. FergU88on, 
Bt (C^) 4341 

K. P. Blennerhas- 
sctt (L) 2893-1448 



9779 
A. J. Balfour (C) 
J. H. Croufield (L) 



[82,511] 

8703 
C. E. Schwann (L) 
J. F. Hutton iO 



4100 
3516-«44 



1892 



11,118 
A. J. Balfoui* (C) 5147 
Prof. J. E. C. Munro 
<L) 4719-398 



9747 

3476 C. E. Schwann (L) 4^258 
3380-96 J. M. Yates (C) 3053-305 



-BAST [71,760] 

Sir J. Fersrusson, Bt 
(C) 3680 

C. P. Scott<L) 

Sir J. FergusHon appointed 
PostmoMcr-OeneraL 

Oct. 9, 1891(9288):— 

Sir J. Fersrusson, Bt 
(C) 4058 

C. P. Scott (L) 3808-150 



WANOHBSTBR, NORTH -WB8T [67,959] 



12,685 
W.H.Hould8worth 

(C) 5834 

J. Slagg (L) 5111-723 



12,685 
W. H. Houldsworth 

<C) 5489 

H. Lee (L) 4453-1036 



MANCHBSTBR, SOUTH [91,711] 

85^ ! 8534 

Sir H. Ro8coe (L) 3791 | Sir H. Roscoe (L) 3407 

Dr. P. lioyle (C) 3121-670 CoL T. Sowler (C) 3072-335 



MANCHE8TBR, SOUTH -WB ST [66,916] 



Loi-d F. Hamilton ' 

(C) 3929 

Jacob Bright (L) 3362-567 ' 



Jacob Bright (L) 3570 
Loi-d F. Hamilton 
(C) 3459-111 



Mansfield— see Nottingha mshire. 

I 

MARYIiBBONB, BAST [58,677] 
6884 
Loi-d C. Bcresf oi"d 

D. Grant (L) 2186-944 



6884 
Lord C. Beresford 

(C) 3101 

Prof. E. S. Beesley 

(L) 1616-1485 

Lord C, Beresford resigned. 



July 19, 1889 (6990):- 
E. Boulnois (C) 2679 

G. G. Levcson-Gower 
(L) 2066-493 



9449 
Sir J. Fergu88on, Bt. 

(C) 4239 

C. P. Scott (L) 4129-110 



12,256 
SirW.H.Hould8worth. Bt. 
(C) Unop, 



10,228 
Sir H. Roscoe (L) 4245 
Viact. Emlyn (LU) 4064-181 



9674 
Jacob Bright (L) 3924 
A. Hopkinson, Q.C. 
(LU) 3776-148 



7564 
E. Boulnois (C) 
G. \\Tiale (L) 



3122 

2300-822 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905, 



'Digitized by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



25'3 



MJLNCHBSTBR, BAST 

11,991 
A. J. Balf oup (C) 5386 
Prof. J. K C. Mun- 
ro (L) 4610-776 



MANCHESTER, NORTH 

10,179 
C. K. Schwann (L) 4327 
A. H. A. Morton (C) 3872-455 



MANCHESTER, N.E. 

9698 

Sir J. Fer^usson, 

Bt. (C) 3961 

K. Holt (L) 3720-241 

J. Johnston (ILP) 546 



MANCHESTER, N.W. 

11,741 
Sir W. H. Houlds- 

worth, Bt. (C) 4997 
T. F. Byrne (L) 3526-1471 



MANCHESTER, SOUTH 

10,945 
Marquess of Lome 

(LU) 4457 

Sir H. Roscoe (L) 4379-78 

Marquess of Lorne sue- 

ceeaed to peerage as Duke 

of Argyll. 

May25, 1900 (11,788) :— 
Hon. W.R.W. Peel 

(LU) 5497 

Leif Jones (L) 3158-2039 



MANCHESTER, S.W. 

9496 
W. J. GaUoM'ay (C) 3994 
J. M. Asthury, Q.C. 
(L) 3496-496 



MARYLEBONE, EAST 

7670 
E. Boulnois (C) 3379 
Col. Alan Gardner 
(L) 1845-1524 



1900 



12,727 
A. J. Balfour (C) 
A. H. Scott (L) 



5803 
3350-2453 



10,770 
C. E. Schwann (L) 4258 
W. Joynson-Hicks(C) 4232-26 



9947 
Sir J. FergruBson, Bt. 

(C) 4316 

A. Birrell (L) 3610-706 



11,721 
Sir W. H. Houldsworth. 
Bt. (C) Uiwp, 



11,788 
Hon. W. 11. W. Peel 

(LU) 5122 

E. Holt (L) 3850-1272 



9102 
W. J. Galloway (C) 4017 
F. Brocklehui'st 
(Lah) 2398-1619 



6972 
E. Boulnois (C) 
J. P. R. Lyell (L) 



310($ 
1126-1980 



By-Elecitons, 1900-4 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. d byGoOglc 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

If ARYLBBOMB, WB8T 

7506 
F.SeagerHunt (03093 
H. S.Trower(L) 1.tOS-1498 
Sir H. Kniirht UL) 701 
Rev. J. R. Diggle 
{I) 101 



If ATO, BAST [48,236] 
8149 
John Dillon (N) 

Unop. 

MAYO, NORTH 119,077J 
7413 
D. Crilly (N) 

Unop, 

MAYO, SOUTH [49,761] 
7960 
J. F. X. O'Brien 

(X) 49o3 

G. O'Malley (C) 75-4878 



MAYO, WEST [52,a89J 
8009 
J. Dcasy <N) 4790 

R. V. Stoney (C) 131-4659 



HBATH, NORTH [34,286] 
6652 
K. I. O'Doherty (X) 

Unop. 



HEATH, SOUTH [33,211] 
6324 
E. Shell (X) 

Unop. 



1886 

[73,618] 

7566 
F.SeagerHunt (0 3064 
H. S. TVower (L) 1942-1122 



8149 
John DiUon (X) 



Unop. 



D. CrUly (X) 



7413 



Unop. 



7960 
J. F. X. O'Brien (X) 



8009 



J. Deasy (X) 



6652 
P. Mahony (X) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



Unop. 



£. Shell (X) 



6324 



Unop. 



Medway— »ee Kent. 
Melton— «cc Leicestershi he. 

I 
VBRIONBTHSHIRE [49,1 49] 
9333 
H. RohertHon (L) 3784 
W. R. Wynne {C) 2209-1575 
M. Lloyd, Q.C;. (I) 1907 



9333 
T. E. Ellis (L) 
J. Vaughan (C) 



4127 
2860-1267 



1892 



F. Seager Hunt (C) a913 
J. C. Foulger (L) 2476-437 



6387 
John Dillon (X) 24^4 
J. Fitzeribbon (P) J557-2207 



D. Crilly (X) 
B. Egan (P) 



22m 
1397-804 



9723 
J. F. X. O'Brien (S) 



Vnop. 



10,644 
J. Deasy (X) 3456 

J. O'Connor Power 

(I) 611-2845 

Mr. Deasy resigned, 
Aug.8, 1893(11,§62):— 
Dr. R. Ambrose (X) 

ZTnop. 



5990 
Michael Davitt(X) 2549 
P. Mahony (P) 2146-403 

Mr. Davitt unseated on 

petition. 
Feb. 21, 1893 (6059):- 
J. Gibney (X) 2835 

P. Mahony (P) 2376-259 



6538 
P. Fullam (X) 2212 

J. J. Dalton (P) 2199-13 

Mr. Fiillam unseated on 

petition. 
Feb. 17, 1898 (6983):- 
J. Jordan (X) 2707 

J. J. Dalton (P) 



9137 
T. E. FJlis (L) 
H. Owen (C) 



5175 
1937-323S 



ULBBRAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



digitized by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1895 

HARTLBBONB, WBST 

8508 
Sir H. Farquhar, 

Bt. (LU) 3734 

B. S. Stxauss (L) 2273-1461 
Sir H. Farquhar rained to 
peerage aa Lord Far- 
quhar. 

Feb. 3, 1808 (8880):- 
Sip S. E. Scott, Bt (C) 

Unop. 

MAYO, BAST 

7966 
John Dillon (N) 

Unop. 

HATO, NORTH 

7029 
D. Crilly (N) 1937 

B. Egan (P) 1316-621 

MAYO, SOUTH 

10,033 
Michael Davltt(N) Vnop. 
Mr. Davitt reaiffned. 
Feb. 27, 1900 (9055):- 
J. O'DonneU (N) 2401 
Maj. M'Bride (N) 427-1974 

MAYO, WEST 

10,900 
Dr. R. Ambrose (N) 

Uriop. 



MBATH, NORTH 

5721 
J. Gibney (N) 2324 

J. Sweetman (P) 2292-32 



MBATH, SOUTH 

5978 
J. H. Parnell (P) 2380 
J. Jordan (N) 2337-43 



MBRIONBTHSHIRB 

8983 
T. E. Ellis (L) 6173 
C. E. J. Owen (C) 2232-2941 
Mr. Ellis died. 
May 2, 1899 (9371):— 
O. M. Edwards (L) Unop. 



1900 



8792 
Sir S. E. Scott, Bt. 

(C) 3487 

W. H. Sands (L) 1532-1955 



John Dillon (N) 



Unop. 



7686 
O. O'Kelly (N) 2604 

W. M. Murphy (N) 1116-1388 



9055 
J. O'DonneU (N) 



Unop. 



9436 
Dr. R. Ambrose (N) 



6064 
P. White (N) 
J. Gibney (N) 



J. L. Carew (N) 



Unop. 



1453 
1316-137 



Unop. 



9437 
A. Osmond Williams (L) 

Unop. 



By -Elections, 1900-4 



Mr. Carew died. 
Oct. 9, 1903 (5980) :- 
D. Sheehy (N) 
J. H. Parnell (I) 



2245 
1031-1214 



IXBVnAL YBAB BOOK, lOOfi^ 



j by Google 



200 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

M ERTHYR TTDYIL [122,'iVld] 
2 Heat8. lo,196 
H. Richard (L) 
('. H. JameR (L) 

Unop. 



1886 



15,196 
H. Richard (L> 

C. H. Jame8 (L) Unop. 
Mr. Jamts resiffned. 
March 14, 1888 (15,411) :— 

D. A. Thomas (L) Unop. 
Mr. Richard died. 

Oct. 2R 1888 (15,411) :— 

W. Pritchard Morg^an 

(L) _ 7149 



R. F. Griffiths (L) 49»^2193 



MIDDLE8BOROUOH [116,5461 
13,864 
Isaac Wilson (L) 6961 
R. Dixon (C^) 4035-2926 



13,864 
Isaac Wilson (L) 



Unop. 



MIDDIiBBBX, BRBNTFO RD [90,660] 



7971 

O. K. Coope (C) 
J. Haysoian (L) 



3d63 
2267-1296 



7971 
O. E. Coope (C) 



9043 

^ ^_ 1409-1631 

Mr. Coope died. 

Dec. 23, 1886 (7971):- 

J. Bigwood (C) 2572 

J. Haysman (L) 131f^-1256 



J. HajTsman ^L) 



MIDDLB8BX, BAIjIHG [101,294] 
9283 
Lord George 

Hamilton (C) 4353 
Dr. Gordon H( 
(L) 

MIDDLBBBX, BNFIBLD [125,291] 



iogg 



Lord George Hamilton (C) 
Unop. 



Visct. Folkestone 

(C) 3644 

J. Kempster (L) 2684-960 



MIDDLBSBX, HARROW 

10,438 



W. Ambrose, Q.C. 

(C) 
A. Milner (L) 



4214 
3241-973 



Visct Folkestone 
(C) 3287 

J. T. Kdgcome (L) 1067-2220 

Visct. Folkestone succeeded 
to peerage cw Lord Rad- 
nor. 

March 30, 1889 (10,993):- 

Capt. H. F. Bowles 
(C) 5124 

W. H. Fairbairns 
(L) 3612-1512 



[167,392] 

10,438 
W. Ambrose, Q.C. 



1892 



17,271 
D. A. Thomas (L) 11,^8 
W. Pritchard 

Morgan (L) 11,756 
B. F. Williams, 

g.C. (C) 2304-9lo2 



15,192 
J. H. Wilson (Lab) 4691 
W. S. Robson, <3.C. 

(L) 
H. Bell (LU) 



(C) 



Unop. 



MIDDLESEX, HORN8BY [109,752] 
10,648 I 

SirJ. M'Garcl- 



Hogg, Bt. (C) 
ord Kensington 



Lord 
(L) 



4619 
3299-1320 



10,648 
Sir J. M'Garel-Hogg, Bt. (C) 
Urwp. 

SirJ. M*Oarel-Hogg raised 
to peerage as £ord Ma- 
gheramorne. 
July 19, 1887 (10,814):- 
H. C. Stephens (C) 4476 
H. Bottomley (L) 2488-196S 



9975 
J. Bigwood (C) 
H. Hcldmann (L) 



4417 

2825-1792 



12,081 
Lord George 

Hamilton (C) 6547 
S. Holman (L) 2112-3433 



12,674 
Capt H. F. Bowles 

(C) 5491 

A. S. H. Jones (L) 3660-1831 



13,966 
W. Ambrose. Q.C. 

(C) 6047 

T. Sadler (L) 3428-2619 



13,451 
H. C. Stephens (C) 6192 
Dr. T. R. Jones (L) 2913-3279 



J^JBBRAXi TEAR BOOK, lOOS. 

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by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



261 



1895 

MERTHYR TYDYIL 

17,024 
D. A. Thomas (L) 92S0 
W. Pritchard 

Morwan (L) 8554 

H. C. Lewis (C) 6526-2029 
A. Upward (Lab) 659 



MIDDLBSBOROUGH 

15,077 
J. H. Wilson (L 

and Lab) 6755 

Col. S. A. Sadler 

(C) 4735-2020 

MIDDLBSBX, BRBNTFO 

10,754 
J. Bigwood (C) 

Unop, 



MIDDLBSBX, BALING 

13,419 
Lord George Hamilton (C) 
Unop, 



MIDDLBSBX, BNFIBLD 

14,023 
Maj. H. F. Bowles (C) 

tlnop. 



1900 

15,400 
D. A. Thomas (L) 8596 
J. Keir Hardie 

(Lab) 5745 

W. Pntchard 

Morgan (L) 40(M-1741 



17,307 
Col. S. A. Sadler 

(C) 6760 

J.H. Wilson (L and 



Lab.) 

RD 

12,489 
J. Bigwood (C) 



6705-55 



Unop. 



14,497 
Lord George Hamilton (C) 
Unop, 



17,044 
CoL H. F. Bowles 

(C) 
C. S. Crole (L) 



3655-3268 



MIDDLBSBX, HARROW 

16,021 20,067 

W. Ambrose, Q.C. (C) I. E. B. Cox (C) 

n^ A ^ .«7iiop. Unop, 

Mr, Ambrose appointed a \ 
Master in Lunacy, | 

Aprils, 1899 (18,444):— 
I. ifl. B. Cox (C) 6303 I 

Con-ie Grant (L) 5198-1105 ! 

MIDDLB8BX. HORNSBT 

14,622 16,127 

H. C. Stephens (C) \ Capt. C. B. Balfour (C) 

Unop. Unop. 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



.LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1006. dbyGoOglc 



^2 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



H IDDLBBBX, TOTTBNH 

10,887 
J. Howard (C) 4441 

W. S. Caine (L) 3700-735 



1886 

AM [136.774] 

10,887 
J. Howard (C) 3041 
C. Bretherton (L) 2002-1879 



M IDDLBSBX, UXBRIDG B [83.145] 

0B02 I 9002 

F. D. Dixon-Hart- F. D. Dixon-Hartland (C) 

land(C) 5008 I Unop. 

J. P. Rickman (L) 2615-2478 

MiDDLETON— 8e« LANCASHIRE. 

Midlothian— «ee Edinburo iishire. 
Mile End - see Tower Ham lets. 



MONAGHAN, NORTH [38.206] 
7525 I 

T. M. Healy(N) 4055 
Sir J. Lcalie. Bt. (C) 2685-1370 
Mr. HecUy elected to ait for 

Londonderry, South. 
Feb. 11. 1886 (7525):— 
P. O'Brien (N) 4015 
J. C. HaU (C) 2551-1464 



7525 
P. O'Brien (N) 3982 

Sir J. LesUe. Bt. (C) 2491-1471 



MONAGHAN, SOUTH [36. 403] 
7474 
Sir J. N. McKenna 

(N) 4735 

S. E. Shirley (C) 963-3772 



7474 
Sir J. N. McKenna 

(N) 4715 

Capt. Hon. P. C. 

WeRt«nra (C) 1009-3706 



MONMOUTH DISTRICT [68.036] 
6485 
E. H. Carbutt (L) 2932 
T. Cordcs (C) 2921-11 



6485 
SirG.Elliot, Bt. (C)3033 
E. H. Carbutt <L) 2668-465 



MONMOUTHSHIRB, NO RTH [68.671] 

10.705 10,705 

T. P. Price (L) 5693 T. P. Price (L) 

J. A. Rolls (C) 3236-2457 E. Jones (C) 



MONMOUTHSHIRB, 

11.069 

Col. Hon. F. C. Mor- 
gan (C) 4890 

Sir H. Jackson, Bt. 
(L) 4293.597 



3285-1403 



SO UTH [73.437] 

11,069 
Col. Hon. F. C. 

Morgan (C) 5235 

O. Bryant (L) 2950-2285 



MONMOUTHSHIRB, WB 

9770 
C. M. Warmington. 

Q.C. (L) 6730 

B. F. Williams, 

Q.C. (C) 1341^5389 

MONTGOMBRT DISTRI 



P. Pryce- Jones (C) 
Honi F. Hanbury^ 
Tracy (L) 



1409 



ST [82,173] 



9770 



C. M. Warmington. O.C. 



(L) 



CT [17.791] 

2909 
Hon. F. Hanbnry- 

Tracy (L) 
P. Pryce-Jones (C) 



nop. 



1424 
1251-173 



1892 

15.716 
J. Howard (C) 
T. H. Chance (L) 



57^ 

4074- 



1720 



11.739 
F. D. Dixon-Hart- 
land (C) 5172 
L. l»robyn (L) 202&-3143 



7047 
C. Diamond (X) 3697 
H. W. Jackaon (C) 226D-1137 



7120 
F. O'DriscoU (S) 4243 
M. M. Rutherford 
(C) 1007-3236 



7697 
A. Spicer(L) 3430 

Sir G. Elliot, Bt. (C) 3137-293 



12.130 
T. P. Price (L) 
J. A. Rolls (C) 



5020 
3863-1157 



13,211 
Col. Hon. F. C. 

Morgan (C) 5421 

Baron Prof umo (L) 4700-721 



11.251 
C. M. Warmington, 

Q.C. (L) 7019 

W. H. Meredy th (C) 1700^5319 



Sir P. Pryce-Jones 

(C) 
Hon. F. Hanbury- 

Tracy (L) 



1406 
128^118 



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by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-.1904. 



I 1900 

MIDDIiBSBX, TOTTBNH AM 

17,346 I 19,412 

J. Howard (C) 6388 J. Howard (C) 6721 

Clem Edwards (L) 3817-2571 I G. Hay Morgan (L) 1009-2712 



MIDDI«BBEX, UXBRIDO B 

12 d02 
Sir F. D. Dixon-Hartland, 
Bt. (C) Unop. 



MONAOHAN, NORTH 

6815 
D. Macaleese (N) 3377 
Capt. Hon. P. C. 
Westenra (C) 2091-1283 



MONAOHAN, SOUTH 

6004 



J. Daly (N) 
Maj. W. Tenison 
(C) 



1017-2870 



MONMOUTH DISTRICT 

8391 
A.Spicer(L) 3743 

E. M. Underdown, 
Q.C. (C) 3589-154 



MONMOUTHSHIRB, NO 

11,674 
R. McKenna (L) 4965 
W. B. Hume- 
Williams (C) 4203-762 



13,701 
Sir F. D. Dixon-Hartland 
Bt. (C) Unop. 



7014 
D. Macaleese (N) 



Unop, 



J. Daly (N) 



6705 



Unop, 



9835 
Dr. Rutherfoord 

Harris (C) 4415 

A. Spicer (L) 3727-^88 



RTH 

11,150 
R. McKenna (L) 5130 
F. de Pennefather 
(C) 3740-1399 



MONMOUTHSHIRB, SOUTH 

14,137 
Col. Hon. F. C. 

Morgan (C) 5815 

Clifltord Cory (L) 5203-612 



lONMOUTHSHIRB, WB 

11,475 
Sir W. Harcourt 

(L) 7243 

W. B. WilUams(C) 1956-5287 



14,303 
Col. Hon. F. C. Morgan {C) 
Unop, 



ST 

11.150 
Sir W. Harcourt(L) 5076 
I. W. H. Gardner 
(C) 2401-3575 



MONTOOMBRY DISTRICT 

3030 
Mai. E. Pryce- Jones 

<C) 1435 

Owen Philipps (L) 1351-84 



3229 
Col. E. Pryce-Jones 

(C) 1478 

J. A. Bright <L) 1309-169 



By-Elechoks, 1900-4 



Mr, Macaletse died, 
Dec. 21, 1900 (7014):— 
Dr. E. C. Thompson (X) 
Ui 



'nop. 



Mr, Daly res ^ 
March 4, 1902 (6005): 
J. McKean (N) 



Unop, 



Dr, Harris unseated on 

petition, 
MSy7, 1«01(0803):-- 
J. Lawrence (C) 4001 
A. Spicer (L) 4261-343 



Sir W, Harvourt died, 
Nov.3, 1904 (15,127):— 
T. Richards (Lab) 7995 
Sir J. Cockburn 
(Tariff Reform) 3360-4625 



I 



UBEKAL YEAB BOOK, 1905. d byGoOglc 8 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



1885 I 

MONTOOMBRYSHIRB [37410] ^^ 

8870 8^0 

Stuart RendoUL) 4M4 I Stuart Rendel (L) 3790 
C. W. W. Wynn (C) 3380-6&5 Capt D. H. My tton ^220,579 



MONTROSB DISTRICT 

8067 
J. Shiress WiU. 

Q.C. (L) 3532 

A. Gordon (L) 2770-753 

A. Mackie (C) 763 



1^.3211 8987 

J. Shiress Will, 

Q.C. (L) 
A. Patton (LU) 



3357 
2068-1209 



MoRLEY— «e€ Yorkshire. 

MORPBTH|^,(^] 

Thomas Burt (L) 

Unop, 

Nairnshire— «ee Elqin. 
NEWARK^»ee NarriNOHAMS 
Newbury— 8€e Berkshire. 

NBWCABTLB - UNDBR - 

7837 
W. S. AUen (L) 4081 
A. R. Scoble, Q.C. 
(C) 2848-1183 

MBWCASTLB-UPON-TY 

2 aecUa. 30,314 
J. Cowen (L) 10,489 
John Morley (L) 10,129 
C. F. Hamond (C) 9,500-fl29 
Mr. Morley accepted office, 
Feb. 12, 1886 (30,314):— 
John Morley (L) 11,110 
C. F. Hamond 
(C) 8,449-2661 

New Forest— see Hampshire. 



6846 
Thomas Burt (L) 



Unop, 



LTMB [60,6661 

7837 
D. H. CoghlU (LU) 2876 
J. B. Brindley (L) 2752-124 



MB [215,328] 

30,314 
John Morley (L) 
J. Craig (L) 
Sir W. G. Arm- 
strong (LU) 
Sir M. W. Ridley, 
Bt. (C) 



NBWINOTON, 

5506 
L. H. Isaacs (C) 1885 
A. G. Henriques (L) 1816-60 
W. Malthouse (I) 246 



WALWO RTH [60,893] 

5598 
L. H. Isaacs (C) 
J. S. Balfour (L) 



10,681 
10,172 

9,657-515 

9,580 



1963 
1748-235 



NB WINGTON, WBST [61, 279] ^^ 

6377 6377 

C. W. Radcliffe C W. RadclilTe 

Cooke (C) 2419 , ^^^JP> ,, , 

J. S.Keav(L) 1774-^45 J. F. B. Firth (L) 

Sir W. McArthur 
(IL) 821 

Newmarket— see Cambridgjeshire. 
Newport— see Shropshire. 



2447 
2065>382 



1892 



Stuart Rendel (L) a9»2 

Capt D. H. Mytton 
(C) 2847-815 

Mr. Rendel raised to peer- 
€Me OS Lord Rendel, 

March 29, 1894 (8092) :— 

A. C. Humphreys- 
Owen (L) 3440 

R.W.W.Wynn(C) 3215-225 

8436 
J.ShiressWill,Q.C. 

(L) 3941 

R. A. Lockhart 

(LU) 2090-1851 



Thomas Burt (L) 



Unop. 



W. Allen (L) 
D. H. Coghil] 



4024 

(LU) 2996-1088 



32,117 
C.F. Hamond (C) 13,823 | 
John Morley (L) 10,905 
J. Craig (L) 10,68&-219 ! 

Mr. Morley acceptect office, 1 
Aug. 25, 1892 (32,117) :— ' 

John Morley (L) 12,963 
P. Ralli (LU) 11,244-1739 
I 



6798 
W. Saunders (L) 2514 
L. H. Isaacs (C) 2218-296 
Mr. Saunders died. 
May 14, 1805 (7430):— 
J. BaUey (C) 2676 

Col. Reade (L) 2105^71 

G. Lansbury (Soc) 347 



7579 
Capt. Cecil Norton 



0%. 



Tallento (C) 



3421 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



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POLL-BOOK. 1885-1904. 



261 



1895 

MONTGOIIBRTSHIRB 

7969 
A. C. Humphreys- 
Owen (L) 3442 
R. W. W. Wynn (C) M15-27 



MONTROSB DISTRICT 

8484 
J. Shiress WiU, 

Q.C. (L) 3504 

G. W. Baxter (LU) 2465H132 
Mr. Shiress Will resigned. 
Feb. 22, 1896 (8892) :— 
John Morley (L) 4565 
John WUson (C) 2572-1993 



MORPBTH 

7627 
Thomas Burt (L) 
M. M. Barry (C) 



3404 
1235-2109 



NBWCASTLB - 

8281 
W. Allen (L) 
A. M. Lee (LU) 



1900 

7915 
A. C. Humphreys- 
Owen (L) 3482 - 
R. W. W. Wynn (G) 321&-264 



UNDBR . 



3510 
339&-111 



8881 
John Morley (L) 
J. B. Don (LU) 



8490 
Thomas Burt (L) 
M. M. Barry (C) 



LYMB 

9095 
Sir A. S. Haslam 



2390-1570 



J:\ 



AUen (L) 



3117 
2707-410 



3750 
356&-182 



NBWCASTLB-UPON.TT NB 

34,690 
W. R. Plummer 

(C) 
G. Renwick (C) 
S. Storey (LK 
Capt Hon. H. 

Lambton (L) 



C.F.Hamond(C) 12,833 
W. D. Crudda8(C) 12,170 
John Morley (L) 11,862-306 
J. Craig (L) 11,154 

F. Hammill (ILP) 2,302 



NBWINGTON, 

7430 
J. Bailey (G) 2822 

Russell Spokes (L) 2269-553 
G. Lansbury (Soc) 203 



15,097 
14,752 
10,488-4264 

10,463 



WALWORTH 

7770 
J. Bailey (G) 
Russell Spokes (L) 



NBWINGTON, WBST 

7971 
Capt. Cecil Norton 

(L) 3219 

G. W. Tallents (G) 2769-450 



2233-865 



8491 
Capt. Cecil Norton 

(L) 3559 

F. Ricarde-Seaver 

(C) 2403-1156 



By-elections, 1900-4 



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266 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

MBWRT [13.1371 
2163 
J. H. McCarthy <N) 

Unop. 

NEWTON-^e Lancashire. 

MORFOIiK, BAST [60,607] 
11,161 
K Birkbeck (C) M82 
P. Falk (L) 4410-212 



MORFOIiK, MID [46,154] 
8602 
R. T. Ourdon (L) £275 
A. E. FeUowes (C) 2872-2403 



MORFOIiK, MORTH [53,738] 
9742 
H. H. Ck)8eiis- 

Hardy, Q,C. (L) 5028 
S. Hoare (C) 3342-1686 



MORFOIiK. NORTH- WB 

10,444 
Joseph Arch (L) 4461 
Lord H. Bentinck 
(C) 3821-640 

MORFOLK. SOUTH [46,61 
10,141 
F. Taylor (L) 4530 

Sir R. J. Buxton, 
Bt(C) 



MORFOIiK, SOUTH 

9301 
W. A. Tyssen- 

Amherst (C) 4006 
SirW.aGurdon 

(L) 377&-320 

NoRMANTON— «ee Yorkshire, 

MORTHAM PTOM [76,070] 
2 seats, 9582 
H. Labouohere (L) 4845 
C. Bradlaugh (L) 4315 
H. C. Richards (C) 3880-425 



1886 



2163 
J. H. McCarthy (N) 1183 
R, C. Saunders (LU) 71ft-167 



11,161 
Sir £. Birkbeck, Bt. 

(C) 4578 

H. Lee -Warner (L) 4000^78 



9002 
R. T. Gurdon (LU) 
J. ToUer (L) 



9742 
H. H. Cozens- 

Hardy.Q.C.(L) 
A. £. Fellowes (C) 



2825-407 



4064 
3324-760 



ST [51,380] 

10,444 
Lord H. Bentinck 

(C) 
Joseph Arch (L) 

1] 

10,141 
F. Taylor (LU) 



1892 

1847 
P. CarviU (N) 
H. Thompson (C) 
R. Johnston (P> 



907 
744-163 



0812 
R. J. Price (L) 4743 

Sir £. Birkbeck, Bt. 
(C) 4303-410 



■urdbn(LU) 3609-470 



8601 
C. Hij - ~ 

R.T 

Mr. Higgina resigned, 
April SS, 1895(9509):— 
R. T. Gurdon (LU) 4112 
F. W. Wilson (L) 3904-206 

8713 
H. H. Cozens- 

Hardy, Q.C. (L) 4561 
J. Cator (C) 3278-1283 



4064 
4064-20 



Unop, 



ST [43,500] 

9301 
W. A. Tyssen- Amherst (C) 
Unop, 



H. Labouchere (L) 
C. Bradlauffh(L) 



4570 
4353 
3850-503 
3856 
Mr. Bradlaugh died, 
Feb. 12, 1891 (10,895):— 
M. P. Manfleld (L) 5436 
R. A. Gennaine (C) 3723-1713 



R, Turner (LLf) 
T. O. H. Lees (C) 



10,019 
Joseph Arch (L) 
Lord H. Bentinck 
(C) 



4911 

3822-1089 



8848 
F. Taylor (LU) 
A. G. Kitching (L) 



4288 
3535-753 



8499 
T. L. Hare (C) 4077 

H. Lee- Warner (L) 373&-338 



11,180 
H. Labouchere (L) 5439 
M. P. Manfleld (L) 5161 
H. C. Richards (C) 3651-1513 
A. Drucker (C) 3235 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1004. 



267 



1895 

HBIVRT 

1872 
P. CarviU (N) 
H. Thompson (C) 



NORFOIiK, BAST 

10,830 
R. J. Price (L) 4606 

H. Rider Haggard 
(C) 4408-188 

NORFOLK, MID. 

9509 
F. W. Wilson *<L) 4220 
R. T. Gnrdon (LU) 4086-m 



NORFOLK, NORTH 

9924 
H. H. Cozens- 

Hardy,Q.C. (L) 4264 
Sir Kenneth Kemp, 

Bt. (C) 3738^526 

Mr, Cozena-Hardy made 

a Judge, 
March 16, 1899 (10,017) :- 
Sir W. B. Gurdon 

(L) 4779 

Sir Kenneth 

Kemp, Bt. (C) 3610-1169 

NORFOLK, N.W. 

10,916 
Joseph Arch (L) 4817 
E. K; B. Tighe (C) 3620-1297 



NORFOLK, SOUTH 

'9647 
F. Taylor (LU) 4281 
T. H. l>olbey (Lj 3445-838 
Mr. Taylor resigned. 
May 12, 1896 (9625):— 
A. W. Soames (L) 4626 
S. Hohnes (C) 3296-1330 

NORFOLK, S.W. 

9119 
T. L. Hare (C) 9968 

R. Winfrey (L) 3762-200 



NORTHAMPTON 

11,442 
H. Labouchere (L) 4884 
A. Drucker (C) 3820 
K. Harford (L Sc 

Lab) 3703-117 

J. Jacobs (C) 3304 

F. G. Jones (Soc) 1216 
J. M. Robertson 

(XL) 1131 



1900 



1789 
P. Carvill (N) 



10,791 
R. J. Price (L) 
Capt. W. Prioleau 
in 



F, W. Wilson (L) 
W. L. Boyle (C) 



Unop, 



4563 

3733-830 



3422-674 



10,261 
Sir W. B. Gurdon 

(L) 4490 

Mai. H. S. FoUett 

(C) 3493-997 



10,811 
G. White (L) 
Sir W. H. Ffolkes, 
Bt. (LU) 



9654 
A. W. Soames (L) 
E. Mann (C) 



8740 
T. L, Hare (C) 
R. Winfrey (L) 



4287 
3811-476 



3566-420 



363^^ 



12,180 
Dr. J. G. Shipman 

(L) 5437 

H. Labouchere (L) 6281 
R. R. B. Orlebar (C) 4480-801 
H. E. Randall (C) 4124 



Bf-Electioks, 1900-4 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. 



d by Google 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

NORTHAMPTOMSHIRB, 

9fl01 
F. A. Channing 

<L) 5414 

R. Ramsden <C) 335»-20&5 



MORTHAMPTONSHIRB, 

11,306 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 

(L) 5440 

P. Phippfi (C) 4317-1009 



1886 

BAST [87.^ 

F. A. Channing (L) 4428 
Hon. L. Agar-KlliR 



3012-1416 



NORTHAHPTOHSHIRB, 

mi 
Lord Bupghley (C) 4467 
Sip J. M. Car- 
michael, Bt. (L) 4296-171 

NORTHAMPTONBHIRB, 

9636 
Sir R. KnighUey, 

Bt (C) 4074 

Sir M. Fitzgerald, 

Bt. (L) 4012-62 

North Shields— «ee Tynkm'outh. 



HID [55,301] 

11,306 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 

(L) 4887 

W. C. Cartwright 

(LU) 3981^936 

HORTH [47,303] 
9741 
Lord Burghley (C) 

Unop. 



SOUTH [43,7^ 

Sir R Kniglitley, 
Bt (C) 4003 

Sir J. M. Carmichacl, 
Bt (L) 3687-316 



HORTHUM BBRLAND, B 

9691 
Sir R. Grey, Bt(L) 4929 
Earl Percy (C) 3613-1316 



NORTHUHBBRLAND, 

10,237 
M. MacInnes(U 5193 
SirM. W.Ridley, 
Bt (C) 3663-1530 



HORTHUMBBRIiAND, 

11,852 
A. H. G. Grey (L) 5782 
GainHford Bruce, 
Q.C. (C) 3440-2342 

HORTHUMBBRIiAND, 

10,392 
C. Fenwick (L) 5858 
J. B. Cookson (C) 2703-3155 

NoRTHWicH— see Cheshire. 

NORWICH [111,733] 

2 8eat8. 15,323 
H. Bullard (C) 7279 
J. J. Colman (L) 0666 
R. S. Wright (L) 6251-415 
Mr. Bullard unseated on 

petition. 
April 7, 1886 (15,323) :— 
S. Hoare (O Unop. 

Norwood— «ee Lambeth. 



BRWICK-ON-TWBBD 



1892 

11,559 
F. A. Clianning <L) 5832 
W.'Potter, Q.C. (C) 4348-14^ 



10,808 ' 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 

(L) 4731 

James Pender (C) 4300-131 



Lord Burghley (C) 4506 
J. T. Stockbum (L.) 3836-069 



9251 
D. C. Guthrie (L) 3030 
T. L. M. Cartwright 
(C) 3882-48 



9691 
Sir E. Grey, Bt(L) 4131 
Hon. F. W. Lambton 
(LU) 3407-724 



[50,191] 

9141 
Sir E. Grey, Bt (L) 4002 
W. A. RobertHon (C) 3560-412 



HBXHAM [55,044] 

10,237 
M. MacInnoR (L) 4177 
Visct Melgund (C) 3220-957 



TTNBSIDB [100,887] 

W. B. Beaumont (L) 4112 
A. H. G. Grey (LU) 3990-122 



WANSBBCK [80,639] 

10,392 
C. Fenwick (L) 6235 
W. Wight (LU) 1710-3525 



15,323 

J. J. Colman (L) 6295 

S. Hoare (C) 6156 

J. H. Tillett (L) 611ft^7 

C. S.Read(C) 5564 



9954 
N. G. Clayton (C) 4092 
M. Maclnnes (L) . 4010-82 
Mr. Clayton unsedted on 

ration. 
17, 1893 (10,494) :— 
M. Maclnnes (L) 4804 
R. CUyton (C) 4338-446 

13,727 
J. A. Pease (L) 5468 

Arnold White (LU) 5018-450 



11.304 
C. Fenwick (L) 
S. McC. Hill (C) 



5696 

2920-2776 



16,623 

S. Hoare (C) 7718 

J. J. Colman (L) 7407 

J. Bedford (L) 6811-^596 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1895 
northamptonshirbJ 

12,506 
F. A. Channing 

(L) 6177 

H. LuRh- Wilson, I 

Q.C. (C) 4961-1216 i 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRB, MID 

11,714 
James Pender (C) 5064 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 
(L) 4802-282 



1900 

BAST 

14,865 
F. A. Channing (L) 7003 
J. C. D. Parker (C) 5563-1440 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRB, 

9962 
E. P. Monckton (C) 

Unop, 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRB, 

9134 
Hon. E. S. Douglas- 
Pennant (C) 4563 
D. C. Guthrie (L) 3324-1229 



12,175 
Hon. C. R. Spencer 

(L) 5399 

Sir James Pender, 

Bt. (C) 4605-794 

NORTH 

10,209 
Col. S. G. Stopford- 

Sackville (C) 4559 
F. Barlow (L) 3308-1266 

SOUTH 

8976 
Hon. E. A. Fitzroy 

<C) 4174 

Archibald Grove 

(L) 3166-1006 



NORTHUMBBRIiAND, B BRWICK-ON-TWBBD 



9277 

Sir E. Grey, Bt. (L) 4378 
Lord Warkworth 
{Earl Percy) (C) 3503-785 

NORTHUMBBRLAND, 

10,316 
W. C. B. Beaumont 

(L) 4438 

C. E. Hunter (C) 4008-435 



MORTHUMBBRLAND, 

14,982 
J. A, Pease (L) 6066 
Arnold White (LU) 5631^35 



NORTHUMBBRLAMD, 

12,234 
C,Fenwick(L> 5629 
J. J. Harris (C) 2422-3207 



NORWICH 

17,494 
S. Hoare (C) 8166 

Sir H. BuUard (C) 8034 
T. Terrell, Q.C. (L) 7330-704 
F. W. Vemey (L) 7210 



9303 
Sir E. Grey, Bt. (L) 



Unop, 



HBXHAM 

10,310 
W. C. B. Beaumont 

(L) 4197 

VisctMorpeth (LU)4011-186 



TYNBSIDB 

18,460 
H. C. Smith (LU) 7093 
J. A. Pease (L) 6730-363 



WANSBBCK 

14,179 
C. Fenwick (L) 6474 
J, S, Appleby (C) 4283-1191 



18.738 
Sir S. Hoare, Bt (C) 
Sir H. Bullard (C) 



Vnop. 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



Sir H, Bullard died, 
Jan. 15, 1901 (19,728):— 
L. TiUett (L) 8576 

E. E. Wild (C) 6756-1820 

G. H. Roberts (Lab) 2140 



ja^ERAL TEAR BOOK, 19(^, odbyGoOglc 



270 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

MOTTIMOHAlf , BAST [73 

12,749 
Arnold Morley (L) 5299 
Hon. H. Finch- 
Hatton (C) 4248-991 



NOTTINOHAlf , SOUTH [73,195] 
12,761 
J. Carvell WillianiB 

(L) 4963 

H. S. Wright (C) 4620-363 



NOTTINOHAlf , 

14,929 
CoL C. Seely (L) 
K. Cope (C) 
J. Burns (Soc) 



,211] 

12,749 
Arnold Morley (L) 
Hon. H. Finch- 

Hatton (C) 4418-166 



4584 



12.751 
H. S. Wright (C) 
J. Carrell W'"" 



4586 
%317-269 



■ST [93,337] 

14,929 
6669 Henry Broadhurst 

3797-2872 (L) 
598 CoL C. Seely (LU) 



NOTTINOHAMSHIRB, B 

9479 
W. Beckett-Denison 

(C) 4367 

F. J. S. Foyambe 

(L) 4072-295 



NOTTINGHAHSHIRB, 

9662 
C. O. S. Foljambe 

(L) 6120 

J. H. Payne (C) 2305-3815 



NOTTINGHAlf SHIRK, N 

10,214 
Visct. Newark (C) 5283 
T. Karp (L) 3529-1754 



NOTTINGHAHSHIRB, B 

11,132 
J. E. SUisiD 5944 
J. H. B. Warner 
(C) 3306-2636 

NUNBATON— «e« WaRWICKS 



5458 
4609-849 



ASSBTLAW [57,117] 

W. Beckett (C) 

Unop, 
Mr. Beckett died. 
Dec. 16, 1890 (10,268):- 
Slr F. G. MUner, Bt. 

(O) 4381 

J. W. Mellor, Q.C. 

(L) 3653-728 



If ANSFIBIiD [86,530] 

9662 
C. O. S. Foljambe 

<L) 4876 

L. Rolleston (C) 2832-2044 



BWARK [50,9691 
10,21i 
Visct. Newark (C) 



Unop. 



US9CLIFFB [80,219] 

J. E. Ellis (L)' 4784 

G.S.Foyambe(LU) 3337-1447 



1892 

11,204 
Arnold Morley (L) 
Hon. H. Finch- 



Hatton (C) 



4861 

4284-^n 



11,010 
H. a Wright (C) 4570 
J. Flet/Cher Moulton, 
Q.C. (L) 4487-83 



13,411 
Col. C. Seely (LU) 6610 
Henry Broadhurst 
(L) 530&-d01 



9606 
Sir F. G. Milner, Bt. 



r.'g. 



YoxaU (L) 



4446 

4044-402 



11,539 
J. Carvell WiUiams 

(L) 5731 

D. Warde (C) 3235-2496 



I 



10,342 
Visct. Newark (C) 



Unop. 



11 946 
J. K. Ellis (L)' 
C. H. Seely (LU) 



5380 
4588-792 



WBKRAI, TEAR POOK, 1905, 



j by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



271 



1895 

NOTTIMGHAH, BAST 

11,818 
E. Bond (C) 4900 

Arnold Morley (L) 4735-165 



1900 

12409 
E. Bond (C) 
E. H. Fraser (L) 



4927 
4148-779 



NOTTINOHAH, SOUTH I 

11,377 12,442 

Lord H. Bentinck Lord H. Bentinck 

(C) 4802 (C) 

F. W. Maude (L) 4399-433 ; H. Y. Stanger. Q.C. 



NOTTINOHAH, WBST 

14,510 
J. H. YoxaU (L) 0068 
A. G. Sparrow (C) 5575-513 



(L) 



14.873 
J. H. YoxaU (L) 
Sir Lepel Griffin 
(LU) 



3914-1384 



5639-384 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRB, B ASSBTIiAW 



9900 
Sir F. G. MUner, Bt. 

(C) 4874 

R. K. Leader (L) 3621-1253 



NOTTINGHAHSHIRB, 

12,845 
J. CarveU WiUiams 

(L) 5670 

Col. H. Eyre (C) 4285-1385 



10,423 
Sir F. G. Milner, Bt. {O 

Unop. 



MANSFIBLD 

14,456 
A. B. Markham (L) 6496 
1 Col. H. Eyre (C) 4127-2389 



NOTTINOHAM SHIRB, N B WARK 



10,310 

Sir C. G. E. Welby. Bt. (C) 
Unop. 



10,485 
Hon. H. H. Finoh- 

Hatton (C) Unop, 

Mr, Finch - Hdtton re- 
signed. 
May 11, 1898 (10,419):- 
Visct Newark (C) Unop, 
Visct. Neivark succeeded 
to peemge as Ijord Man- 
vers. 

Feb. 16, 1900 (10,310) :- 
SirC.G.E. Welby, 

Bt. (C) 5162 

H.Y.Stanger,Q.C. 
(L) 2871-2291 



NOTTINOHAHSHIRB, R USHCLIFFB 

12,808 ' 14,906 

J. E. Ellis (L) 5752 J. E. Ellis (L) 6359 

Q. M. Smith (LU) 5119-633 I J. Robinson (C) 591S-446 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Z4IBERXL, YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



272 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

OLDHAM [191455] 
2 seats. 25,000 

J. T. Hibbert (L) 12/2S0 

J. M. Maclean (C) 11,992 

Hon. K. L. Stan- 
ley (L) 11,847-145 

S. T. Whitehead 
<C) 11,491 



1886 



25,000 
J. M. Maclean (C) 11,006 
Elliott Lees {C) 11,484 
J. T. Hibbert (L) 10,921-563 
J. M. C^heetham (L) 10,891 



ORKNBT AND SHBTLA ND [ol,803] 



7391 

L. Lyell (L) 3352 

Hon. C. T. Dundaa 
((^) 1940-1412 



Ormskirk— Aee Lancashire. 

OSOOLDCROSS— «e« YORKSHIR E. 

OssoRY— ««« Queen's Count y. 

08WESTRY^»C€ SHROPSHIRE. 

Otley— n«c Yorkshire. 



7391 
L. Lyell (L) 
H. Hoare (LU) 



2353 
1382-971 



OXFORD [49,285] 
6764 
A. W. Hall (C^) 3212 
C. A. Fyffe (L) 2891-318 



OXFORD UNIYBR8ITT 

2 seats, 5575 
Sir J. R. Mowbray. Bt. (C) 
J. G. Talbot (C) 

Unop, 



OXFORDSHIRB, HID, or 

10,012 
F.W. McLean (L) 4327 
Visct. Valentia (C) 4138-189 



6764 
A. W. Hall {C) 



Unop. 



5575 
Sir J. R. Mowbray, Bt. (C) 
J. G. Talbot (C) 

Ufwp, 



WOODSTOCK [46,476] 
10,012 

F. W. McLean, Q.C. (LU) 

Unop. 
Mr. McLean appointed a 

Master in lAiiiacy. 
April 21, 1891 (9725):- 

G. H. Morrell (C) 4448 

G. R. Benson (L) 3760-688 



OXFORDSHIRE, NORT 

8478 
Sir B. Samuelson, 

Bt. (L) 4436 

L.M. Wynne (C) 2944-1492 



H, or BANBURY [40,615] 

8478 
Sir B. Samuelson, 

Bt (L) 3677 

L. M. Wynne (C) 3184h198 



1892 

27,929 
J. M. Cheetham <L) 12,619 
J. T. Hibbert <L) 12,541 
KUiott Lees (C) 12,205-336 
J. M. Maclean (C) 11,952 



7064 
L. Lyell (L) 2624 

W. Younger (LU) 1617-1007 



7476 
Gen. Sir G. Chesney 

(C) 3276 

R. Souttar (L) 3156-120 

Sir O. Chesney died. 
April 20, 1895 (7637):— 
Vlsct. Valentia (C) 3745 
J. F. Little (L) 3143-602 



6011 
Sir J. R. Mowbray, Bt. (C) 
•J. G. Talbot (C) 

Unop. 



9756 
G. R. Benson (L) 
G. H. MorreU (C) 



4278 
4167-111 



Sir B. Samuelson, 

Bt. (L) 
L. M. Wynne (C) 



3640 
3453-187 



I^IBERAL TBAR BOOK, 1906, 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



273 



1895 

OI^DHAlf 

28,783 

R. Ascroft (C) 13,085 

J. F. Oswald, Q.C. 
(C) 12,465 

Adam Lee (L) 12,24»-216 

Sir J. T. Hibbert 
(L) 12,002 

Mr. Ascroft died and Mr. 
Oswald resigned. 

July 6, 1899 (28,476):— 

A. Emmott (L) 12,976 

AV. Runciman 
(L) 12,770 

Winston Church- 
ill (C) 11,477-1293 

J. Maudsley (C) 11,449 



ORKNB Y AND SHBTLA ND 



1900 

29253 
A. Emmott- (t) 12,947 
Winston Churchill 

(C) 12,931 

W. Runciman (L) 12,709-222 
C. B. Crisp (C) 12,522 



7053 

Sir L. Lyell, Bt. (L) 2381 
R. W. M. *\illarton 
(LU) 1580-781 



OXFORD 

7637 
Visct. Valentia (C) 3623 
T. H. Kingcrleo (L) 2975-648 



OXFORD UNIYBRSITT 

6154 
Sir J. R Mowbray, Bt. (C) 
J. G. Talbot (C) Unop. 

Sir J. Mowbray died. 
May 11, 1899 (6186):— 
Sir V. R. Anson, Bt (LU) 
Unop. 



OXFORDSHIRE, If ID, or 

9767 
6. H. Morrell (C) 4609 
G. K. Benson (L) 3740-929 



OXFORDSHIRB, NORT 

8145 
A. Brassey (C) 4057 
C. Thornton (L) 3074-983 



7420 
J. Cathcart Wason 

(LU) 
Sir L. Lyell. Bt. (L) 



2057 
2017-40 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



8185 
Visct. Valentia (C) 



Unop. 



J. G. Talbot (C) 
Sir W. R Anson, Bt. (LU) 
Unop. 



WOODSTOCK 

9663 
G. H. Morrell (C) 



Unop. 



H, OF BANBURY 

7853 
A. Brassey (C) 3632 

Hon. K. Fiennes (L) 2821-511 



Mr. Wajion resumed. 
Nov. 18 and 19, 1902 (7572):— 
J. Cathcart Wason 

(XL) 2412 

T. McKinnon Wood 

(L) 2001-411 

T. V. S. Angrier (LU) 740 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOQlc 



274 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
OXFORDSHIRB, SOUTH , or HBNLBY [48,650] 



8555 
Col.K.W.Haroourt 

(C) 3778 

F. W. Maudo (L) 3258-520 

PADDINOTON, MORTH 

5345 
L. L. Cohon (C) 2182 
AV. Digby (L) 17i>7-685 



8555 

Hon. F. Parker (C) 3674 
Sir W. G. F. PhiUi- 
more, Bt. (L) 2600-1074 



[72,214] 

5345 
L. L. Cohen (C) 
J. Kempstor (L) 
Mr. Cohen died. 
Julys. 1887 (5628):- 
John Aird {V) 
K. Routlcd^e (L) 



PADDINOTON, 

5193 
Lord Randolph 
Churchill (C) 
J. E. H. Skinner 



SOUTH 



2731 



2300 
13S&-011 



1812^18 



(L) 1025-1706 

W. Lawrence (IL) 290 

PAISLBY [79,354] 

W. B. Barbour (L) 3390 
R. M. McKerroll 
((') 2523-867 



[55,114] 

5193 
Lord Randolph 
Churchill (C) 
J. P. Hopps (L) 



2576 
789-1807 



6794 
W. B. Barbour (L) 
J. Parker Smith 

jLU) 
Mr. Barbour died, 
June 1, 1891 (8107) :— 
W. Dunn(L) 4145 

R. M. McKerrell (C) 2807-1338 



3057 
2491-566 



PARTICK— S«e LANARKSniRR. 

Pkckh AM — see Camberwel u 
Peeblesshire — see Selkir k. 

I 



PBMBROKB AND HAY BRFORD WBST [36,873] 
_ 5474 _ 6474 



H.G. Allen, Q.C.(L) 2418 
Adm. R. C. Mayne 

(C) 2150-268 



5474 
Adm. R. C. Mayne 

(C) 
Lewis Morris (L) 



2305 
2033-272 



PBMBROKBSHIRB [51,859] 
10,883 
W. R. M. Da vies 

(L) 4990 

C. E. G. PhiUpps 
(C) 3738-1261 



Penrith— ace Cumberland. 

PBNRTN AND FALMO 

2562 
D. J. Jenkins (L) 1170 
W. G. C. Bentinck 

(C) 106^101 

PBRTH [32,8661 

C. S. Parker (L) 1652 
J. Chisholm (C) 1009-553 
A. McDougall (IL) 967 



10,883 
W. R. M. Da vies 

4099 
Philipps (C) 3983-116 



<ko. 



UTH [16,312] 

2562 
W. G. C. Bentinck 

(C) 1089 

D. J. Jenkins (L) 998-91 



4369 
C. S. Parker (L) 
W. Fowler (LLf) 



1573 
1120-453 



1892 



8731 
Hon. F. Parker (C) 3688 
Sir W. G. F. Philli- 
more, Bt. (L) 3269^19 



John Aird (C) 
T. Terrell (L) 



2591 

2281-310 



5168 
Lord Randolph Churchill 

(C) Unop. 

Tjord R. Churchill died. 
Feb. 10, 1895 (5338) :— 
T. G. Fardell (C) Urvop. 



W. Dunn (L) 4262 

C. N. JohnMt<on (LU) 2441-1821 



C. F. E. Allen (L) 
Gen. J. W. Laiu'ie 
(C) 



2385-195 



10,805 
W. R. M. Da vies 

(L) 4800 

SirC.E.G.Phaipp8, 

Bt. (C) 3701-lOGO 



2580 
W. G. C. Bentinck 



V. 



Serena (L) 



1218 

880-338 



4184 

W. WhiteUw (C) 1398 

C. S. Parker (L) 1171-227 

J. Woollen (I) 907 



X-I^BRAL yBA» BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



275 



1895 

OXFORDSHIRE, SOUTH 

8832 
R. T. Hermon- 

Hodge (C) 3831 

Herbert Samuel (L) 3470-361 

PADDINGTON, NORTH 

6972 
John Aird (C) 2849 

G. H. Maberley (C) 1862-997 



PADDINGTON, SOUTH 

5338 
T. G. FardeU (C) 

Unop, 



PAISLBY 

10,844 
Sir W. Dunn, Bt. 

(L) 
A. Moffat (C) 



44(Ml 
3062-1342 



1900 

or HRNLBY 

9039 
R. T. Hermon- 

Hodge (C) 3622 

Herbert Samuel (L) 3450-172 



8197 
John Aird (C) 3364 

E. W. Fordham (L) 1518-1846 



6750 
Sir T. G. Fardell (C) 



Unop, 



10,758 
Sir W. Dunn, Bt. 

(L) 4632 

Capt.G.S.C.Swin- 

ton (C) 3474-1058 



PBMBROKE AND HAVRRFORD WEST 

: ^ 6598 

Gen. J. W. Laurie 

(C) 2719 

C.F.r 



.E. Allen (L) 2550-169 



PEMBROKESHIRE 

11,119 
W. R. M. Davics 

(L) 4550 

A. S. Davies (C) 3970-^«0 
Mr. W. B, M. Davies ap- 
pointed Attorney 'Gene- 
ral of Bahamas, 
Feb. 15, 1898 (11,061):- 
J. W. PhiUpps (L) 5070 
Hon. Hugh Camp- 
beU (C) 3400-1670 



PENRTN AND FALMOUTH 

2616 
F. J. Homiman (L) 1150 
W. G. C. Bentinck 
(C) 1101-49 



Gen. J. W. Laurie 



<9 
T. Tc 



2679 



Well, Q.C. (L) 2667-12 



11,083 
J. W. Philipps (L) 



Unop, 



PERTH 

4456 
R. Wallace, Q.C. 

(L) 2137 

W. Whitelaw (C) 1763^74 



2756 
F. J. Homiman (L) 
N. L. Cohen (C) 



1184 
1164-20 



4873 
R Wallace, Q.C. (L) 2171 
W. WTiitelaw (C) 1827-344 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



LIBKRAL YEAR BOOK, 1900^zed byGoOglc 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 


1886 


1892 




PBRTHSHIRB, BJI8T [42, 


330] 






7851 


7851 


7585 




R. S. Menzies (L) 1222 


R. S. Menziea (L) 3504 

J. R. Holland <LU) 2195-1309 

Mr. Menzies died. 


SirJ. Kinloch, Bt. 




A. Graham Mur- 


W. L Boase (C) 


3533 


ray (C) 2421-1801 


2484-l(M.q 




Feb. 19, 1889 (7790) ;- 








SirJ.Kinloch,Bt. 








(L) 4005 
W. L Boase (C) 2289-1716 












PBRTH8HIRB, WB8T [4 


7.399] 






8284 


8285 


7966 




Sir Donald Currie 


Sir Donald Currie 


Sir Donald Carrie 




(L) 3786 


(LU) 3289 


(LU) 


3422 


CoL H. D. Moray (C) 3290-498 


G. W. T. Omond (L) 2329-940 


A. Ure (L) 


3033-369 


PBTBRBOROUOH [32,205] 








3882 


3882 


4559 




Hon. W. J. W. 


Hon. W. J. W. Fitz- 


A. C. Morton (L) 
R, Purvis (LU) 


2037 


FitzwiUiam (C) 1853 


wiUiam (C) 1780 


1879-158 


Sydney Buxton (L) 1505-258 


G.G. Greenwood (L) 1491-289 
Mr. FitzwiUiam died. 
Oct 7, 1889 (4056) :- 
A. C.Morton (L) 1893 














R. Purvis (LU) 1642-251 






PETERSFTRr.D— see Hampshi 


RE. 






PLYMOUTH [104,543] 
'I seats. 10,130 








10.130 


12,431 




Sir E. Bates, Bt.(C) 4354 


Sir Edward Clarke, 


Sir Edward Clai-ke, 


Edward Clarke, 


Q.C. (C) 4137 


Q.C, (C) 


5081 


ac. (C) 4240 
P. S. Macliver (L) 4132-108 
Hon. R.B. Brett (L) 3988 


Sir E. Bates, Bt. (C) 4133 


Sir W. G. Pearcje. 




T. E. Stephens (L) 3255-878 


Bt. (C) 


5061 


E. Strachey (L) 3175 


C. Harrison (L) 


4921-ieO 






G. Lidgett (L) 


4861 


PONTBFRACT [20,745] 








2465 


2465 


2518 




Hon. R. Winn (C) 1111 


Hon. R. Winn (C) 1156 
C. J. Fleming (L) 947-209 


Hon. R. Winn (C) 
Cant H. S. L. Wilst 

Hon. R. Winn «i 


1132 


H. C. E. Childers (L) 1075-36 


>n 

1002-40 
MCceedecL 










to peerage as Lord St, 






Oswald. 








Feb. 13, 1893 (2575) :- 








H.J.Reckitt(L) 


' \23S 






J. Shaw (C) 


1165-^ 






Mr. BeckUt unseated on 






petition. 








June 26, 1803 (2575):- 
T. W. I^ussev (L) 
Elliott Lees (C) 


— 






1191 






1159-32 


*OPLAR— see Tower Hamle 


rs. 







LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1005. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1004. 



27T 



PBitTHSHIRB, BAST 

7641 
Sir J. Kinloch, Bt 

<L) 3410 

W. L. Boase (C) 253^75 



PBRTH8HIRB, WB8T 

7964 
Sir Donald Currie 

(LUJ 3379 

J. D. Hope (L) 3067-292 



PBTBRBOROUOH 

4787 
R. Purvis (LU) 2250 
A. C. Morton (L) 2020-239 



PLYMOUTH 

13,460 
Sir Edward Clarke, 

OC. (C) 5575 

C. Harrison (L) 5482 
Hon. Evelyn Hub- 
bard (C) 545^28 
S. F. Mendl (L) 5296 
Mr, Harrison, died, 
Jan. 12, 1898 (13,223):- 
S. F. Mendl (L) 5966 
Hon. IvorGuest (C) 5802-164 
Sir Edward Clarke re- 
signed, 
Feb. 16, 1900 (13,666) :- 
Hon. Ivor Guest (C) Unop, 



PONTBFRACT 

2721 
T. W. Nussey (L) 1245 
J. Fitzalan Hope (C) 1188-57 



1900 

7463 
Sir J. Kinloch, Bt. 

(L) 3185 

J. G. Stewart (C) 2143-1042 



8078 
J. Stroyan (LU) 
C. S. Parker (L) 



3596 
2913-685 



5300 
R. Purvis (LU) 2315 

HaUey Stewart (L) 2155-160 



13,566 
H. E. Duke, Q.C. (C) 6009 
Hon. Ivor Guest (C) 6005 
a F. Mendl (L) 5460-545 

H. de R. Walker (L) 5264 



3004 
T. W. Nussey (L) 1385 
Sir F. Ripley, Bt. (C) 128^116 



By-Elecitons, 1900-4 

Sir J. Kinloch resigned, 
Feb. 26, 1903 (7514):— 
T. R. Buchanan (L) 

Unop, 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



by Google 



278 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

PORTSMOUTH [U8,0e5] 
^ seats, 20,279 
CoL Sir W. Cross- 
man (L) 8367 
P. Vanderbyl(L) 82U 
Hon. T. C. Bruce {V) 7($50.56i 
«irH.D. Wolff (0 7505 



PRB8TON [118,227] 

'l8e€U8, 14,876 

W. E. M. TomUn- 

80n (C) 8450 

R.W.Hanbury (0)7971 
T. W. RusHOll (L) 5491-2480 



20,279 
Col. Sir W. Cross- 

man (LU) 8432 

Sir a Wilson (C) 8323 
P. Vanderbyl (L) 7l9ft-1129 
J. Baker (L) 7060 



14,876 
W. E. M. TomUn- 

8on (C) 7497 

R. W. Hanbury (C) 7298 
Capt. J. O. PUking- 

ton (L) 4062-2314 

G. Potter (L) 4771 



PRKSTWICH— «e« LANCASniRK. 

PuDSET— Aee Yorkshire. I 



1892 



23,237 

J. Baker (L) 96i3 

W. O. aough <L) 9148 
Gen. Sir G«Willi8 (C) 0135-313 
Hon. Evelyn Ashley 
(LU) 9000 



15,958 
R. W. Hanbury (C) 8070 
W. K M. Tomlln- 

8on(C) 7764 

C.J.Weld-BlundeU 

(L) 6182-15Sf 



QUBBN'S COUNTY, IiBI X [29,281J 



5472 

R. Lalor (N) 3750 

Capt. R. G. Cosby 
(C) 507-3243 

QUBBN'S COUNTY, 088 

5617 
A. O'Connor (N) 3059 
R. Caldbeck (I) 293-3606 
Mr, O'Connor elected to sit 

for East Donegal, 
Feb. 12, 1886 (5617):— 
S. O'Mara (N) Unop, 

RaDCLIFFE - CUM -Farnwort 

RADNOR8HIRB [23,281J 
4539 
Hon. A.H. Walsh (C) 1880 
C. C. Rogers (L) 181»-«7 

RAM8E7— see HUNTINODONB 

RBADINO [64,922] 
7515 
C. T. Murdoch (C) 3518 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 
(L) 3389-129 



Reigate— see Surrey. 



5472 



R. Lalor (X) 
Capt. R. G. Cosby 



406-3122 



ORT [29,091] 

5617 
W. A. Maodonald (N) 



Unop, 



H— see Lancashire. 



4539 
Hon. AH. Walsh (C) 1910 
Sir R. Green-Price, 
Bt. (L) 1668-242 

HIRE. 



7515 
C. T. Murdoch (C) 
W. B. Monck (L) 



3378 
3202-116 



RBNFRBW8HIRB, BJIOT [84,773] 

8295 8295 

J. Finlayson (L) 3642 M. H. Shaw-Stew- 

A. Gilmour (C) 3144-498 art (C) 

J. Samuelson (L) 



3806 
2438-1368 



Dr. M. A. MacDon- 

nell (N) 3261 j 

Col, R. G. Cosby (C) 513-27^8 



7007 
E. Crean (N) 
R. Staples (C) 



3666 
523^113 



4535 
F. Edwards (L) 1973 

J. A. Bradney (C^ 1740-233 



8438 
G. W. Palmer (L) 
C. T. Murdoch (C) 



3900 
37OQ-290 



9792 
M. H. Shaw-Stew- 
art (C) 4484 
J. G. Murdoch (L) 3397-1067 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



I by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



279 



1895 

PORTSMOUTH 

24,057 

Sir J. Baker (L) 10,451 

W. O. Clough (L) 10,256 

A.C. Harms worth 
(C) 9,717-588 

Hon. Evelyn Ash- 
ley (LU) 9,567 

Mr. Clough resigned, 

May8,19S0(26,6S):— 

T. A. '^ 



(C) 



Bramsdon 
A. Majendie 



10,287 
9,708-579 



PRB8TOH 

16,305 
B.W.Hanbiiry(C)8928 
W. B. M. TonUin- 

fion (C) 7022 

J. TattersaU (Lab) 4781-2841 



QUBBH'S OOUHTT, USl 

5128 
Dr. M. A. MaoDonnell jN) 
Ifnop, 



QUBBH'8 OOUNTY, OSS 

5401 
KCreanjN) 2986 

Col. W. H. Po6 (C) 630-2366 
W. A. Macdoiuald 
<P) 383 



RADHORSHIRB 

4838 
P. C. J. Millbank (G) 19i9 
F. Edwards (L) 1870-79 



RBADIHO 

9104 
C.T. Murdoch (C) 4278 
Q. W. Pahner Oi) 3927-351 
Mr, Murdoch died, 
July 25. 1898 (9573) :— 
G.W. Pahner Oi 4600 
C. E. Keyser (C) 3006-694 
H. Quelch (Soc) 270 



RBHFRBWSHIRB, B« 

10,811 
M. H. Shaw-Stewarb p 

unop. 



1900 

26,096 
J. H. A. Majendie 

(C) 10,818 

B. J. Lucas (C) 10,383 
Sir J. Baker (L) 10,214-160 
T. A. Bramsdon (L) 10,031 



16,867 
R.W.Hanbury(C)8944 
W. B. M. TonoOin- 
^sonjC) 8067 

J. Keir Hardie 
(ILP) 



Dr. M. A. MaoDonnell (N) 
Uhop, 



ORT 

6521 
W. Delany (N) 



Unap. 



5219 
F. Edwards (L) 
C.L. D.V.Llewelyn 
(C) 



19ie-166 



10,152 
G. W. Pahner (L) 
C. E. Keyser (C) 



4353-239 



12.464 
M, H. Shaw-Stewart (C) 

Vnop, 



BY-EixcnoKs, 1900-4 



Mr,m 



died. 



Mayl4,19p3ri7.973) 
J. Kerr (C) 
J. Hodge (Lab) 



8630 
6480-2149 



C. E. Keyser (C) 



4770 
4540-230 



LIBERAL YEAR 



BOOK, 1905. d by Google ^ 



280 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



7746 
Sir A. Gampbdl, Bt 

(O 3818 

Biarj Smith (L) 



Rhondda— «ee Glamoroans hibs. 

RlOHMOND-«ee TORKSHIIUL 

RiFON— «ee ToBKBunuB. 



ROOHDJUiB rmi24] 

T. B. Potter *(L) 5658 
EmottLeeB(G) 4417-1135 



ROOHBSTBR [30,5B0] 
3304 

Col. F. C. Hiighes- 
HaUett (C) 1827 

J. Paasmore Ed- 
wards (L) 1388-241 



ROMFORD-^ee ESSKX. 

R08C0MM0H, NORTH 

J. J. 0*KeUy (N) 4084 
P. MuUanv (N) 1488-3228 
Col. C. Robertson 
(C) 388 

ROSCOMMON, SOUTH 

9351 
A. Commins (N) 8033 
... ^^ S3^,sm 



1886 

n [08,160] 

7746 
Sir A. Campbell, Bt 

(Q 8434 

w. Dimn " 



i(L) 



T.B. Potter (L) 4738 
J. A.R. Marriott (C) 8481-1257 



3304 

CoL F. C. Huffhea- 

HaUett (C) 1602 

F. F. BelBey (L) 1353-240 
Col, Hughes 'Hallett re- 

Ap^m'l880(S550):-. 
Hon. E. Knatchbull- 

Hugessen (L) 1655 

H. D. Davies (C) 1580-75 



W. J. Talbot (C 



Ross— see Hbbbfobdshibb. 

ROSS JIND CROMARTY 

9078 
Dr. R. Macdonald 

(Crofter) 4942 

R. C. Monro 

Fer^roson (L) 2025-2017 



ROSSENDALB-->«ee Lanoashirb. 

RoTHERHAM— «ee Yorkshire. 

ROTHBRHITHE-nSee SOUTHW ARK. 



[48,830] 

8682 
J. J. O'KeUy (N) 



[51,328] 

9351 
A. Commins (N) 



Unop 



Unop. 



[08,006] 

9978 
Dr. R. Maodonald 

(L) 4283 

J. P. Grant (LU) 1197-3088 



,702] 



ROXBUROHSHIRH [31, 
6180 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

(L) 3419 

C.B. Balfour (C) 1954-1465 



RuQBY—see Warwiokshirb. 

RUSHOLIFFE-^ee NOTTINOH 



6180 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

(LU) 2670 

Hon. M. F. Napier 



(L) 



2142^28 



1892 

8192 
C. B. Renshaw (C) 
R. Wallaoe (L) 



3773 



T.B. Potter fti) 
C.M.Royd8(Q 



5400 

4480-960 



4211 
H D. Davies (C) ^19 
F. Maddison (L) 1712-407 
Mr, Davies unseated on 

petition. 
Feb. 8, 1893 (4374):— 
Visct. Cranbome (C) 

Unop. I 



9730 
M. Bodldn (N) 
J. J. O'KeUy (3P) 



9417 
L. P. Hayden (P) 
A. Commins (N) 



8988 

J. G. Weir (L) 
N. McLean (LU) 



3251 
819»-52 



3815 
2244-1571 



3171 
2413-758 



0015 
Hon. M. F. Napier 

(L) 2872 

Hon. Arthur Elliot 

(LU) 2514-158 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK. 190§rg.zed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



281 



1895 

RBNFRBWSHIRi:, W. 

8386 
C. B. Renshaw (C) 9900 
Capt D. V. Pirie (L) 3306-603 



ROGHDAIiB 

11,782 

CoLC.M.Royds(C)4781 
W. L. Bright (L) 43» 
Q. Barnes (ILP) 1251 

ROOHB8TBR 

4378 
Vifict. Cranbome 



3ecU 



GrenfeUOi) 1673-479 



ROSCOMMON, NORTH 

9379 
J. J. O'KeUy (P) 3411 
T. Condon (N) 2935-476 



ROSCOMMON, SOUTH 

94(^7 
L. P. HavdenjP) 3388 
John Dillon (N) 2444-954 
Mr, X. P. Hayden died, 
July 15, 1897 (ffill):— 
J. P. HAyden (P) Unop. 



ROSS JIND CROMARTY 

3272 



J. G. Weir (L) 
Maj. R. Jackson 
(LU) 



2409-863 



ROXBUROHSHIRB 

5088 
Earl of Dalkeith (C) 2929 
Hon. M. F. Napier 
(L) 2368-561 



1900 

9661 
C. B. Renshaw (C) 
Sir T. Glen-Coats, 
Bt. (L) 



4053-270 



12,968 
CoL C. M. Royds (C) 5204 
A. G. C. Harvey (L) 5185-19 
C. A. Clarke (Soc) 901 



Visct. Cranbome (C) 



Unop, 



8905 
J. J. O'Kelly (N) 



J. P. Hayden (N) 



UiMyp, 



Unop, 



7909 
J. G.Weir(L) 3554 
J. W. Fletcher (LU) 1651-1903 



5931 
Earl of Dalkeith (C) 
SlrJ. Jardine(L) 



By-elections, 1900-4 



Visct, Cranbome stuxeeded 
to peerage a« Lord Salis- 



Sept.23, 1908 (5206):- 
C.Tuff(C) 2504 

Sir H. Johnston (L) 196»-521 



LIBBBAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. byCOOgle 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

RUTIiJLirDri8.709] 

O. H. Flnoh (C) 2386 
M.C.Biisnra,Q.C. 
<L) 1110-12S6 

RYs-«ee Sussex. 
Saffron Waldbn— «ee Essi. 
St. Albans— «ee Hbbtfords 

ST. JLHDRBWa DI8TRI 

2837 
Sir R. Anstnither, Bt. 

(L) 1296 

S. WiUiamson <L) 1256 

A tie— seat awarded to 

Sir R, Anatruther, Bt., 

on aerutiny, 

St. Auou8TiNB's-^€e Kent. 
St. AusTELL-^ee Cornwall. 



z. 

HIRE. 

CT [19,300] ^^ 
2837 
H. T. Anstaruther 

(LU) 1132 

Sir T. Brassey (L) 716-416 



ST. OBOROB'S, HJINOY 

10,fiOO 
Lord A. Percy (C) 0296 
SirW.G.F.Philli- 
more, Bt (L) 2S03-2753 



St. Oeoboe's-in-the-East— 

ST. HBIiBN'S (IiJLNCS.) 

H. Seton-Karr (C) 3790 
CoL D. Gamble (L) 3083-^7 

St. IvEs-^ee Cornwall. 

ST. PAMCRJIS, BJIST [60 

9013 
T. £. Qibb (L) 2416 

R. a. Webster (C) 2170-246 



ST. PJINCRA8, NORTH 

5447 
T. H. Bolton (L) 2380 
Hon. C. Cochrane- 
BaiUie (C) 1915-465 



ST. PANCRA8, SOUTH 

5370 
Sir Julian Gold- 



1886 

4166 
G. H. Finch (C) 



Unop. 



BR BQUARBr76,734] 

Lord A. Percy (C) Unop. 
Lord A. Percy resigned, 
Feb. 9. 1887 (11,079) :- 
G.J.Goflohen(LU)5702 
J. Haysman (L) 1645-4157 

see Tower Hamlets. 
[80,678] 



H. Seton-Karr (C) 
A. Sinclair (L) 



276] 

9013 
R G. Webflter (C) 
T. E. Gibb <L) 



3621 

3404-217 



1826-601 



8mid,Bt.(L) 
J. B. Maple (C) 



[50,375] 

5447 
Hon. C. Cochrane- 

BaiUie <C) 2074 

T. H. Bolton (L) 18ia-261 
Mr, Cochrane-BaiUie suc- 
ceeded to peerage as Lord 
Lamington, 
March 4, 1880(6332):— 
T. H. Bolton (L) 2867 
H. R. Graham (C) 2549-106 
J. Leighton (L) 29 

[55,495] 

5370 
Sir Julian Qold- 

smid, Bt (LU) 1915 
£. J. Beale (L) 897-1018 



1882 



4206 
G. H. Finch (C) 



Unop. 



H. T. Anstruther 

(LU) 1066 

J. M. White (L) 964-112 



10,307 
G. J. Goechen (LU) 



Unop, 



9370 
H. Seton-Karr (O 4268 
W. R. Kennedy, Q.C. 
(L) 4190-59 



R.G. Webster (C) 2621 ! 
T. E. Gibb (L) 2180-441 



6784 
T. H. Bolton (L) 2643 

E. R. P. Moon (C) 
J. Leighton (I) 35 



6106 
SirJuUanGold- 
smid, Bt (LU) 
E. J. Beale (L) 



2470 



UBBRAL TEAR BOOK, 190$. dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



283 



1895 

RUTULHD 

4285 
G. H. Finch (O) 



Unop, 



ST. AMDRBWS DISTRI 

2679 
H. T. Anstruther 

(LU) 1185 

J. Paton (L) 96&-196 



1900 

4207 
G. H. Finch (C) 



CT 

2051 
H. T. Anstruther 

(LU) 
J. Annand (L) 



Unop. 



1148 
1084^ 



By-Eleciion8, 1900-4 



ST. OBOROB'S, HAMOY 

10,170 
G. J. GoBchen (LU) 

Unop. 



ST. HBI<BN*S (LJINCS.) 
9950 
H. Seton-Karr (C) 4700 
J. Forster (L) 4001-609 



ST. PAMCRA8, BAST 

6968 
R. G. Webster (C) 2812 
B. F. C. Costelloe 

jL) 2323-280 

Mr. Webster resigned. 
July 12, 1890 (7191):- 
T. Wrightson (C) 2810 
B.F.cr Costelloe 

(L) 2423-187 

ST. PANCRAS, NORTH 

7256 
E. R. P. Moon (C) 2834 
H. H. Raphael (L) 2623-211 
J. Leighton (I) 29 



ST. PANCRAS, SOUTH 

5542 
Sir Julian Gold- 

smid, Bt. (LU) 2433 
a M. Harris (Li 1223-1210 
Sir Julian Oolasmid died. 
Jan. 28, 1896 (5544) :- 
Capt. H. M. Jessel 

(LV) 2631 

G.M. Harris (L) ^375-1256 



BR SQUARB 

9620 
Col. Hon, H. Legge 
JC) 3852 

W. Everitt (L) 1278-2574 



10,763 
H. Seton-Karr (C) 5J 
C. A. V. Conybeare 



(L) 



3402-1898 



7248 
Sir T. Wrightson, 

Bt (C) 3016 

J. M. Astbury, Q.C. 

(L) 2106-910 



7582 
E. R. P. Moon (C) 3056 
W. H. Dickinson (L) 2345-711 



5894 
Capt. H. M. Jessel 

(LU) 2273 

N. P. Hamilton (L) 1113-1160 



Mr. Anstruther appointed 
a Director of Suez Canal. 

Sept. 17, 1903 (3162) :— 

Capt. E.C.Emoe(L) 1324 

Maj. Anstruther- 
Thpmson (C) 1288-36 



_ 



LIBERAL YBAB BOOK, 1905. 



j by Google 



»4 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

IT. PAMCRA8, 

7103 
H. li. W. LawBon 

<L) 2964 

Capt W. H. James 

<C) 2485-468 

}T. PATRICK'8-^ee DUBUN. 

)T. RoLix>z-<Me Glaboow. 
{T. Stephen's Qrbbn— «ee D 



lAIiFORD, NORTH [68,750] 
7728 
£.Hardca8Ue(C) 8518 
K. A. Arnold <L) 3343-176 



1886 

ST [518,768] 

^ 7108 

H. L. W. Lawson (L) 2S07 
H. R. Graham (C) 2503-64 



iAIiFORD, SOUTH [64,875] 
8717 
W. Mather (L) 8761 

T. Gibson Bowles 
(C) 8706^ 



lALFORD, WRST 

8187 

B. Armita^ (L) 8755 
Sir W. a worsley, 

Bt. (C) 8481-274 

Jalop, Countt or— see Shr 
iAIiISBURT [18,421] 

W. H. Grenf ell (L) 1144 

C. J. Kennard (C) 1104^0 



iCARBOROUOH [38,161] 
4666 
SlrG.R.Sitwell,Bt 

(C) 2185 

J. Glover (L) 2048-137 

Scotland— «ce Liyekpool. 

iBLKIRKSHIRB and P 

3250 

Sir C. Tennant, Bt 
(L) 1746 

Sir G. Graham- 
Montgomery, Bt. 
(C) 1038-708 

iKYKNOAKa—aee Kent. 

iHBFFIRLD, ATTBRCL 

8751 
Hon. B. Coleridge 

(L) 4881 

E. Brodie Hoare 



8187 
Lees Knowles (C) 8388 
B. Armitage (L) 3283-116 

OP8HIRE. 



(C) 



3633-1258 



7728 
E.Hardca8tle(C) 
R. A. Arnold (L) 



3168-157 



8717 
H. H. Howorth (C) 3815 
W. Mather (L) 3488-126 



K H. Hulse (C) 1258 
W. H. Grenf ell <L) 810-348 



4666 
J. Rowntree (L) 2122 



SirG.RSitwe 
(C) 



2020-102 



BBBIiBSSHIRB [18,608] 



W. Thorbnm (LU) 
Sir C. Tennant, Bt 
(L) 



1375 
1325-50 



IFFB [81,70 



1751 



Hon. B. Coleridge 

(L) 4365 

F. W. M&XLde (LU) 2858-1407 



1892 

7754 
H. R. Graham (O) 2864 
H. L. W. Lawson (L) 2842-42 



W. H. Holland (L) 
A. A. Baumann <G) 



8060 
Sir H. H. Howorth 



A. Forrest (L) 
W.K.HaU(Lab.) 



3406 
3ae&-37 
563 



Lees Knowles (C) 4152 
B. Armitage (L) 4U2^ 



2708 
S. H. Hulse (C) 
W. R. Brown (L) 



1374 
1136-238 



4877 
SirG.R.Sitweil,Bt 

(C) 2293 

J. Rowntree (L) 212^171 



3400 
W. Thorbum (LU) 1603 
Sir T. D. G. Car- 
michael, Bt (L) 1367-236 



11,313 
Hon. R Coleridge, 

OC. (L) 6107 

G. H. Smith (C) 3863-1144 
Mr, Coleridge succeeded to 
peerage as Lord Cole- 
ridge. 
July 6. 1884 (11,684) :- 
Batty Langley (L) 4486 
G. H. Smitti (C) 3485-881 
F. Smith (Lab) 1248 



LIBBRAL TBAB BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized byVjOOQlC 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1004. 



285 



ST, 



PANCRA8, 

72» 

H. B. Graham (C) 
Dr. W. J. Collins 
(L) 



8104 
2273-831 



SAIiFORD, HORTH 

8828 
F. Hatt-Hifisins (C) 3787 
W. H. Holland (L) 8781^ 

8AI<FORD, SOUTH 

9215 
Sir H. H. Howorth 

(C) 8384 

A. Forvest (L) 3310-74 

H.Hobart(ILP) 813 

SAIiFORD, WBST 

10,439 
LeesKnowlesiC) 4354 
Y. K. Armitaere (L) 4254-100 



SAIiISBURT 

2790 
E. H. Hulse (C) 1404 
Sir W. R. Brown 

(L) 1187-217 

Mr, HuUe resigned. 
Jan. 27, 1897 (28ffi) :— 
A. H. Aimusen (C) 1425 
J.M.F.FuUer(L) 1278-147 

SCARBOROUGH 

5284 
J. Compton Rickett 

<L) 2415 

SirG.R.Sltwell,Bt. 

(C) 2391-24 



SBIiKIRKSHIRJB and P 

3504 
W. Thorbtim (LU) 1563 
Master of Elibank 
(L) 150&^ 



SHRFFIRIiD, ATTBRCIi 

11,915 
Batty Langley (L) 

Unop* 



1900 

7431 
H. B. Graham jC) 3220 
G. R. Benson (L) 1553-1687 



9432 
F. Flatt-Higgins (C) 4970 
J. E. Lawton (L) 3197-873 



9109 
J. a Groves (O) 4207 
A. Mond (L) 2960-1227 



12.213 
Lees Knowles (C) 5503 
C. E. Mallet (L) 4841-1162 



W. Palmer (C) 
F.Low(L) 



1309 
1160-239 



5730 
J. Compton Rickett 

/T \ 2548 

SiraR.Sitwell,Bt. 

(C) 2441-107 



■RBIiRSSHIRB 

3603 
Sir W. Thorbum 

(LU) 1698 

E. P. Tennant <L) 1387-2U 



IFFB 

13,674 
Batty Langley (L) 



Unop, 



Br-ELEcnoKs, 1900^ 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1005. 



I by Google 



286 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

BUMTWIMU^, BUOHT8 

9208 
A.J.MundeUa(L)l616 
Lord E. Talbot \C) 33»-1284 



1886 

»■ [78,088]^^ 

A. J. Mundella (L) 4280 
Lord E. Talbot (C) 8808-882 



BHSr FUUX OUTTR All 

0023 
CJoL Howard Vin- 
cent (C) 4633 
S. PUmsoU (L) 8484-UI8 
M. L. Hawkes OL) 140 

SHBFFIBIiD. BOOIiBBA 
80OI 

E. Afihniead Bart- 

lettjC) 4171 

Cyril I)odd(L) 3402-e7O 

BHBFriBIiD. HAIiULM 

78m 
C. B. Stnart- 

Wortley (C) 3784 
Sir C. Warren (L) 3156-600 

SHBTLAMD—see Orknet an 

SHIPLET-^ee TORKSHIRB. 

SHORBDITOH, HAOGB 

6737 
W. R. Cremer (L) 2736 
R. D. Urlln (C) 12S0-1477 

8HORBDITOH, HOXTON 

8480 
J. Stuart <L) 3084 

R. A. Qermaine (C) 2047-1037 



8HRBW8BURT [28,305] 
4131 



Iili [76.6841 

8004 
E. ABhmead Bait- 

lett (C) 3000 

W. Owen (L) 288&-1242 

P^^217J 

7846 
C. B. Stuart- 

WorUey {Ci 8581 
T. R. ThreUali (L) 2611^^09 

D Shetland. 



J. Wateon (C) 
C. Waring (L) 



1512-732 



8HROP8HIRB, MID, or 

8648 
A. H. Brown (L) 4801 
CoL W. Kenyon- 
Slaney (C) 2571-2230 

BHROP8HIRB, NORTH, 

10,636 
R. Bickersteth (L) 4694 
Visct. Newport C) 433a-361 



BHROP8HIRB, 80UTH, 

10,735 
R. Jasper More (L) 4642 
Sir B. Lelghton, 
Bt. (C) 4078-564 



Ck>L Howard Yin- 
c«it (Q _ 4688 



J. Hawk 



i(L) 



8888-1196 



R8TON [56,! 



67Sr 



2064 



W. R. Cremer <L) 

K Lawrence (LU) 1677-^ 

8460 

J. Stuart (L) 2324 

R.A.Germaine(C) 2079-246 



4131 
J. Watson (C) 
M. Jones (L) 



WBIiIiINOTON 

8648 
A. H. Brown (LU) 



1269-567 



Unop* 



or NBWPORT [52,386] 

10,636 
Col. W. Kenyon- 

Slaney (C) 4460 

C. Higgins, Q.C. (L) 2884-1576 

or LUDI<OW [55,906] 

B. Jasper More (LU) 

Unop, 



1892 

10,400 
A. J. Mundeda (L) 4808 
H. Bargray e Deane 
(O 8081-1277 



0728 
CoL Howard Vin- 
cent (C) 4i74 
B. Cameron (L) 3618-856 



8747 
S. Ashmead Bart- 

lett(C) 45S8 

R.E. Leader (L) 3008-840 



8561 
C. B. Stuart- 



Wortley (Q 
R. Hammond (L) 3114-643 



4057 



2543 



6351 
W. R. Cremer ffi) 
J.T.Firbank(C) 



8011 
J.Staarii(L) 8410 

Hon. Claude Hay 

(C) 2114-1296 

A. K. Donald (Lab) 19 



H. D. Greene, Q.C. 

(C) 1979 

J. B. Batten (L) 1573-406 



A. H. Brown (LU) 3063 

J. H. Sanders (L) 2880-1283 



11,887 
Col. W. Kenyon- 

Slaney (C) 4815 

W.H. Lander (L) 8530-1285 



11,276 
R. Jasper More 

(LU) 5065 

F. S. Morris (L) 2146-3819 



k 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



287 



ia96 

SHBFFUIiD, BRIOHT8 

10.7e2 
A. J.MundeUa(L) Unop, 
Mr. MfmdeOa died, 
Aiwr. (8,1897(11,321) J- 
F. Maddison <L) 4289 
J. Fitzalan Hope 
(C) 410fr-183 

8HBmBIJ>, OBNTRJU* 

971ft 
Ck>l. Howard Yin- 
cent (C) Unop, 



1900 

IDS 

11,700 
J. Fitzalan Hope (C) 4992 
F. Maddison <L) 402&-964 



SHBrrUIiD. BOOIiBBAIili 



Sir B. Ashmead 
Bartlett(C) 



BHBFraiiD, 

9014 
C. B. Stuart- 
Wortiey, ac. (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



BHORBDITGH, HAOOB 

flflSl 
J. Lowles (C) 2209 

W.B.Cre]iier(L) 2229-40 

8HORBDITOH, HOXTON 

8789 
J. Stuart <L) 2990 

Hon. Claude Hay 
(C) 



8HRBW8BURT 

4382 
H. D. Greene, Q.C. (C) 

unop. 



8HROP8HIRB, MID, or 

8249 
A. H, Brown (LU) 



Unop. 



8HROP8HIRB, NORTH, 

10,632 
Col. W. Kenyon- 
Slaney (C) Unop. 



8HROP8HIRR, 80UTH, 

10,672 
R. Jasper More (LU) 

Unop. 



9621 
CoL Sir Howard 
Vincent (C) 



Unop. 



11,357 
Sir B. Ashmead 

BarUett (C) 
R. F. Vaile (L) 



5069 



10,700 
C. B. Stuart- 
Wortley, Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



R8TON 

6781 
W. R. Cremer (L) 
J. Lowles (C) 



2S0^2i 



7780 
Hon. Claude Hay 

(C) 2806 

J. Stuart (L) 2595-271 



4550 
H. D. Greene, Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



WRIiUNOTON 

8427 
A. H. Brown <LU) 3480 
R. Varty (L) 2318-1162 



or NBWPORT 

10,629 
CoL W. Kenyon- 
Slaney (C) Unop. 



or IiUDIiOW 

10,384 
R. Jasper More (LU) 



Unop, 



Br-ELECno»B, 1900-4 



JSHr K Ashmead Bartlett 

died. 
Feb. 3, 1902 (12,501) :- 
S. Roberts (C) 5231 
R. F. Vaile (L) 4119-1112 



Mr. More died. 
Dec. 22, 1908 (10,382) :— 
Rowland Hunt (C) 4393 
Fred Home (L) 3423-970 



LIBERAL YEARBOOK, 190^. dbyGoOglc 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



WBST 



SHROPSHIRB, 

10,063 

S. LeiRhton iC) 4753 
H. Jephson (L) 3772-961 



SKIPTON— 8e« YORKSRIRK. 

Sleaford— see Lincolnshi 

BIiIOO, NORTH [44,6161 
7867 
P. McDonald (N) fi216 
CoLJ.Ffomott(C) 772-4444 



SIiIOO, SOUTH [42,806J 
7603 
T. Sexton (N) 6151 
A. Perceyal (C) 541-4610 



1886 

or 08WBSTRT [53,060] 

101063 
S. Lelghton <C) 

Unop. 



SOMBRSBT. BRIDOWJI 

0061 
E. J. Stanley (C) 3035 
E. B. Trevman (L) 3835-100 



80MBRSBT, BAST [47,423] 

H. Hobhouse (L) 4732 
Sir H. A. Hoare, 
Bt. (C) 8280-1452 

SOMBRSBT, FROMB [56, 
10^ 
L. J. Baker {L) 4735 
Viflct. Weymouth 
(C) 3W2-763 



7867 
P. McDonald (N) 

Unop. 
Mr, McDonald died, 
April 2, 1801 (8476):— 
B. Collery (N) 3261 

y. R Dmon (P) 2403-768 



7603 
T. Sexton (N) Unop, 

Mr. Sexton elected to ait for 

West Belfast. 
Feb. 7, 1887 (8200) :- 
E. J. Kennedy (N) Unop, 
Mr. Kennedy resvgned, 
July 6, 1888 (&47):- 
E. Leamy <N) Unop, 



TBR [48,402] 

0661 
E. J. Stanley <C) 



0344 
H. Hobhouse (LU) 



UlMp. 



Unop, 



10,406 
Visct. Weymouth 

(C) 4^8 

6. B. Samuelson (L) 3645-703 



SOMBRSBT, NORTH [50,231] 
10,200 
Capt.E.H.Iilewel- 

lyn (C) 4170 

E. Strachey (L) 3401-670 



10,200 
Capt. E. H. Llewel- 
lyn (C) 4252 
J. D. MarshaU (L) 2067-2165 



1892 



S. Leifirhton 



10^4 



Uwp, 



R CJollery (N) 
O. Wynne (C) 



0S8-33(M 



8055 
T. Curran (N) 4300 

CJoL J. Ffolliott (C) 548-378 



10,220 
E. J. Stanley (C) 4556 
J. Douglas Walker, 
Q.CT1L) 8382-1198 



0206 
H. Hobhouse (LU) 
C. Morley (L) 



4330 

3575-755 



11,031 
J. Emmott Barlow 

Visct Weymouth 
(C) 



4747 
4260-187 



rr ^ ^ 10,086 
T. Courtenay 

Warner (Lf 3020 

Mai. E.H. Llewellyn I 

(C) ^ 3001-19 I 



UBBRAL YBAR 



BOOK, 1905. ^, ^Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



1895 

SHROPSHIRB, WBST, 

9058 
S. Leiffhton (C) 4606 
Capt.Owen 
lliomas <L) 3d0&-1007 



BIiIOO, NORTH 

7764 
B. CoUery (N) 3274 
H. Harrison (P) 1281-1903 
SirM.Cpofton,Bt. 

(C) 772 

Mr. CoUery resigned, 
March 7, 1900 (8^) :- 
J. ODowd (N) Unop. 



3717 



8UOO, SOUTH 

7203 
T. Cnrran (N) 
J. Campbell (C) 



80MBRSBT, BRIDOWA 

10,234 
E. J. Stanley <C) 

Unap, 



BOMBR8BT, BJI8T 

0268 
H.Hobhoii8e(LU)4406 
J. C. Swinburne- 
Hanham (L) 3334r-1074 

80MBR8BT,*FR01fB; 

11,633 
Visct. Weymouth 

(C) 5043 

J. Emmott Barlow 

(L) 4600-383 

Visct. Weymouth succeeded 

to peerage as Lord Bath, 
June 2, 1^(11,736) :- 
J. Emmott Barlow 

(L) 5062 

Lord A. Thynne (C) 476^290 

SOMBR8BT, NORTH 

10,206 

Maj. B. H. Llewel- 
lyn (C) 4652 

T. Courtenay 
Warner (L) 



1900 

or 08WB8TRT 

9001 
S. Leighton (C) 



Unop, 



W. McKillop (N) 



Unop, 



J, O'Dowd (N) 



Unop, 



TBR 

10,437 
E. J. Stanley (C) 



0047 
H. Hobhouse (LU) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



12,317 
J. Emmott Barlow 

W. E. Hume-Wil- 
liams, Q.C. (C) 4708-^58 



5066 



10,682. 
Maj. E.H. Llewellyn 

(C) 4530 

W. H. Bateman 

Hope (L) 401i^l6 



By-£lec2ioks, 190(M 



Mr, Leighton died. 
May 34, 1001 (9098):- 
Hon. G. Oimsby- 

GoreiC) 4518 

Allan H. Bright (L) 3430-1068 
Mr, OrmshV'Oore succeeded 

to peerage as Lord Hdr- 



July 2». 1004 <10,076):— 
AllanH. Bright (L) 4542 
W. C. Bridgeman (0)4157-385 



LIBBBAL YBAR BOOK, 1905. 



d by Google 



290 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
aOMBRSBT, SOUTH [19, 

Visct-Kilooursie 
(L) 4534 

J. K. Wingfleld- 
DlKby <C) 8268-1266 



1886 

588] 

9840 
Yisct KilooTiisie 

<L) 3739 

H. M. Imbert-Teny 
(C) 3512-227 



BOMBRBBT, WBIiIiB [59,630] 
9501 
CoL R. H. Paget (C) 4200 
P. RaUi (L) 333^^65 



9501 
CoL Sir R. H. Paget, Bt. (C) 
Unop. 



aOMBRSBT, WBST, or 

9537 
SirT.D.Acland,Bt. 

(L) 4299 

C. I. Elton, Q.C. (C) 3760^539 



SOUTHAMPTON [120^15] 
2 8€€U8. 12,061 

A. GUes (C) 5595 
Adm. Sir J. Com- 

mereU (C) 5307 

H. Lee (L) 4566-741 

E. Jones (L) 4535 



Southampton County— see 
South Molton— «c€ Devon 
SOUTHPORT-nSee Lanoashir 



SOUTH BHIBIiDB [97,2 
11,928 
J. C. Stevenson (L) 4064 
W. D. Seymoiir, 
Q.C. (C) 



BBRMO 



30UTHWARK, 

9433 

Prof. J. E. Thorold 
Rogers (L) 3469 

■ ' ' 16(6] 



A. Lafone (C) 



lOUTHWARK, 

8455 
Col. C.E. Hamilton 

(C) ; 

R. M. Pankhurst 

(L) 



3386-^ 



ROTHB 



2800^527 



WBLLINOTON [48,166] 

9537 
C.I.Elton,Q,C. (C) 4117 
SirT.D.Acland,Bt. 
(L) 



12,061 



A. Giles (C) 
Adm. Sir J. Com- 

merell (C) 
J. H.Cook8ey(L) 



5023 



4726 
4384-342 



J. C. McCoan (L) 
Sir J. Commerell resiofied. 
May 50,1888(12,596):- 
F. H. Evans (L) 6151 
A. £. Guest (C) 426&-«85 



Hampshire, 
shire. 

E. 



11,928 
J. C. Stevenson (L) 



Unop. 



NDSBT [82,1501 

A. Lafone (C) 
Prof. J. E. Thorold 
Rogers (L) 



3356 



RHITHB [70,248] 

8465 
Col. C.E. Hamilton 

SirW.B.Giirdon 



(L) 



2115-1087 



1892 



E. Strachey (L) 4330 
H. M. Imbert-Terry 
(C) 3925-405 



10,230 
CoL Sir R. H. Paget, 

Bt. (C) 4335 

Beaumont Morice 

(L) 3395-9iO 



9472 
Sip A. F. Acland- 

Hood. Bt. (C) 4369 

W. Latham, Q.C. (L) 3484-^5 



13,717 
T. Chamberlayne 

(Q 5449 

F. H. Evans (L) 5182 

C. Burt (L) 4820-263 

A. GUes (C) 4734 



13,259 
J. C. Stevenson (L) 4965 
H. H. Wainwright 
(C) 3968-1007 



10,702 
R. V. BajTow (L) 
A. Lafone (C) 



4390 
3732-^58 



J. C. Maodona (C) 3005 

H. J. Glanville (L) 2765-1230 



LIBBRAL TEAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904, 



291 



SOMBRfiUBT. SOUTH 



E. Strachey (L) 
H. G. Turner (C) 



4167 
8827-<340 



SOmRfiUBT, WRLLS 

10,771 
Hon.Q.H. JoUiffe 

(C) M96 

Beaumont Morice 
(L) 828S-1410 

an JoUiffe succeeded to 
peerage as Lord Hylton, 
Dec. 7. 1899 (11,095) :— 
R.E. Dickinson (C) Unop, 



Mr. 



SOMBRSBT, WRST, OF 

9712 
Sir A. F. Acland- 
Hood, Bt (C) Unop. 



SOUTHJLMPTON 

14,726 
T. Chamberlayne 



(C) 
SirJ. S. R Simeon, 



5990 



BtOAJ) 
Sir F. H. Evans (L) 5181-209 
H. G.Wilson (Lab) 4178 
J. R. Macdonald 

(ILP) 867 

Mr, Chamberlayne tm- 
seated on petition, 
Feb. 28, 1^8(14,919) :— 
Sir F.H. Evans (L) 6667 
G. Candv, Q.C. (C) 6622 
C. A. Gibson (Soo.) 273 



SOUTH SHIELDS 

14,307 
W.S.Robeon,Q.C. 

(L) 6057 

H.H.WainwriKht 

(C) 4924-133 



1900 

9462 
E. Strachey (L) 
W.J.PeakeMason 



(C) 



4349 

3671-678 



11,137 
R. E. Dickinson (C) 



Unop, 



WRLLINOTON 

9787 
Sir A. F. Acland- 
Hood, Bt. (C) 



Unop, 



16,506 
T. Chamberlayne 
(C) 6888 

Sir J. S. B. Simeon, 

Bt (LU) 6263 

Sir F. H. Evans (L) 6576-678 
C. G. Hyde (L) 4662 



16,033 
W.S.Robson,Q.C. 

(L) 7417 

T. Readhead (C) 4119-3296 



SOUTHWARK, BBRMONDSBT 

10,935 
A. Lafone (C) 4182 

R. V. Barrow (L) 



SOUTHWARK, 

9188 
J.C.Macdona(C)4092 
A. Pomeroy (L) 2246-1846 



11,211 
H. J. C. Oust (C) 4017 
J. W. Bonn (L) 3717-300 



ROTHBRHITHB 

9669 
J. G. Macdona (G) 3038 
T. H. Davies (L) 236^1682 



By-Eleccions, 1900-4 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. JbyGoOgic 



202 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

SOUTHWARK, WB8T 

7776 
A. Cohen. Q.C. (L) 2851 
A. BeddBUTC) 3611-240 



1886 

Ke2.687] ^^ 

7776 
A.Cohen,Q.C.(L) 2986 
A. BeddAllTc) 245»-llS 

Mr, Cohen resigned, 
Feb. 17, 1888 (8M6) :- 
R K. Canston (L) 36S8 
A. BeddaU (C) 21I4-I19i 



SOWXBBT— «ee TOBKBHUtB. 

Spaldino— 'see Limoolnbhib|b. 

SPBN VALLBT-^Bee YORKSHI RK. 

STAFFORDr20,8B6] 

C. B. B. McLaren (L) 1532 
T. Salt (C) 1485-47 

STAFFORD8HIRB, BUR 

9463 
SirM.A.Ba88,Bt 

(L) 5306 

G. a Hardy (C) 



STAFFORD8HIRB, HAN 

14.968 
H. Wiggin (L) 7057 
H. R. Graham (C) 4107-2050 



T. Salt (G) 1528 

C. R B. McLaren (L) 1435-03 

TON [61,787]^^ 
9463 
SlrM.A.Ba88,Bt.(L) 

Vnop. 
Sir M, A, Baas raised lo 
peerage as Lord Burton, 
Aiu:.20, 1886 (9463):— 
S.ETer8hed<L) 4702 
G. H. Hardy (d) 2319-2473 

DSWORTH ri26,294] 

14 968 
H. Wiggin (iU) 

Unop, 



STAFFORDSHIRB, KIN 

12^2 
A. StaveleyHlll, 

OC. JC) 5161 

G. K. Harrison (L) 4530-631 

STAFFORD8HIRB, LBB 

10,234 
C. Crompton, Q.C. 

(L) 4225 

H. T. Davenport (C) 4063-162 

STAFFORDSHIRE, LIC 

8842 
Sir J. Swinburne, 

Bt. (L) 4128 

T. MoBley (C) 3013-1113 



OSWINFORD 

12 272 

A. Staveley mil, Q.C. (C) 
C/1 



'91029. 



K [61,850] 

10,234 
H. T. Davenport (C) 4324 
C. Crompton, Q.C. 

(L) 3669-655 

HFIBLD [56,720] 
8842 
Sir J. Swinburne, 

Bt. (L) 3388 

Visct. Anson (LU) 2765-633 



STAFFORDSHIRE, NOR 

13,222 
G. G. Leveson- 

Gower (L) 5757 

Capt. J. M. B. 

Heathcote (C) 4720-1037 



TH-WRSTr68,961] 



Pr68 
13,2! 



Capt. J. H. B. 

Heathcote (C) 
G.G.Leveson- 

Gower (L) 



4459-793 



1892 

8048 
R.K. Canston (L) 
E.Bond<C) 



3409 

C. E. Shaw (L> 

D. Straight <C) 



10,076 
S. Evershed (L) 



1684 
1322-362 



Unop. 



16,325 
Sir H. Meysey- 

Thompson, Bt. 

(LU) 
H. G. Beid (L) 



llj757 
A. Staveley HUl, 

Q.C. (C) 
T. Parker (L) 



7370 
643a-1937 



6371 

3800-1571 



10,061 
C.Bill(C) 4676 

J. O. Nicholson (L) 4213-363 



8768 I 

Maj. L. Darwin (LU) 3576 
Sir J. Swinburne, Bt. 

(L) 3S72-4 

On a recount the majority 
was 11. 



14,011 
J. Heath (C) 
L. K. H. Shoobridge 



(L) 



5406-2^ 



LIBBRAL TBAB BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1004. 



1895 

SOUTHWJUtK, WBST 

8113 
R. K. Causton (L) 2969 
F. W. Homer (C) 2870-119 



STAFFORD 

3361 
C. E. Shaw (L) 
T. Salt (C) 



1568 
1566-12 



1900 

T9I5 
R. K. Canston (L) 2893 
Sir A. J. Newton, Bt 
(LU) 2763-130 



BTAFFORDSHIRB, BUR 

10,4iO 
S. Evershed (L) 

Unop. 



STAFFORDSHIRE, HAN 

17,856 
Sir H. Meysey-Thompson, 
Bt (LU) Unop, 



STAFFORDSHIRB, KIN 

11,957 
A. Staveley Hill, Q.C. (C) 
Unop. 



STAFFORDSHIRE, LBB 

11,182 
C. BiU (C) 4705 

R. Pearce (L) 4091-6U 



8534 
G. E. Shaw (L) 
G. CawBton (C) 



1528-105 



TON 

10,852 
Maj. R. F. Ratcliir 

(C5) 5592 

J. E. Johnson- 

Fergruson (L) 8421-2171 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



DSWORTH 

21,023 
Sir H. Meysey-Thompson, 
Bt. (LU) Uruyp^ 



OSWINFORD 

12,365 
Col. W. G. Webb (C) 



STAFFORDSHIRB, LIC 

9123 
H. C. Fulf opd (L) 3002 
Maj. L. Darwin (LU) 3858-44 
Mr. Fulford unseated on 

petition, 
Feb. 26, 1896 (9848):— 
T. Conrtenay 

Wamer (L| 4483 

Mai.L.Darwln 

(LU) 395^28 

STAFFORDSHIRB, NOR 

14,657 
J. Heath (C) 6206 

L.K.H.Shoobridge 
(L) 



11,006 
C. BiU (C) 
R. Pearce (L) 



Unop. 



4800 
4041-759 



HFIBLD 

9608 
T. Conrtenay Wamer 

(L) 4300 

W. B. Harrison (LU) 3485-815 



TH-WBST 

14,626 
J. Heath (C) 
J. Lovatt (L) 



6205 
4594-1611 



<LIBfiBAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOgle 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

STAFFORDSHIRE, 

10,636 

Hamar A. Bass (L) 4890 
F. Monckton (C) 410a-7U 



1886 

^r [60,449] 

10,636 
Hamar A. Baas (LU) 



STJLLTBRIDOB [46,507] 
6424 
T. H. Sidebottom 

(C) 8160 

w. Summers (L) 2960-219 

Stamford — see Linoolnshi 
Stepnbt— «ee Towbr 



HAMLBT& 



STIRIiINO DISTRICT [44, 536] 



H. Campbell-Bamierman 
(L) Unop. 



STIRLIKOSHIRB [105,637] 
12,486 
J. C. Bolton (L) 6454 
M. H. Shaw- 
Stewart (C) 3938-2516 



STOCKPORT 178,897] 
2 aeaia. 9660 

L. J. Jennings (C) 4855 

W. TippingTC) 4498 

J.Leieb(L) 4486-12 
C. H. Hopwood, 

Q.C. (L) 4132 



STOCKTON . ON . TBBS 

8761 
J. Dodds (L) 4237 

T.Wright80n(C) 8133-1104 



STOKB - UPON - TRENT 

9213 
W.L. Bright (L) 4790 
H. CorserlO 2800-1990 



STOWMABKET-^ee SUFFOLK. 



Unop. 



6424 
T. H. Sidebottom 



Probyn (L) 2638-682 



H. Campbell- 

BannermanJL) 2440 
John Pender (LU) 1471-M9 



12 48 
J. C. Bolton (L) 
K. Noel (LU) 



,486 



5067 
4360-707 



9560 

Ij. J. Jennings (C) 4702 

S. Gedge (C) 4495 

J. Leifi^ (L) 4184-Sll 
Sir HTDavey, Q.C. 

(L) 3938 



^71,815] 

8761 
J. Dodds CL) 8822 

T. Wrighteon (C) 2820-1002 
Mr, Dodda resigned, 
Dec. 21. 1888 (9094) :— 
Sir H. Davey, Q.C. 

3889 
rightflon (C) 3494-895 



T.W] 



[89,0151 

9213 
W. L. Bright (L) 3255 
H. Corser (C) 2098-1162 

Mr. Bright resigned, 
March 14, 1890 (9649) :— 
G. G. Leveson- 

Gower (L) 4157 

W. S. Allen (LU) 2926-1231 



1892 

10,305 
HamarA.Ba88 

(LU) 
J. Kempster (L) 



5827 



6703 
T. H. Sidebottom 

J. M. Wright (D 



2948437 



5500 
H. Campbell- 

Bannerman(L) 
W. Hughes (LU) 



18,112 
W. Jacks (L) 
E.Noel(LU) 
R. G. Roberteon 
(Lab) 



2791 
1695-1096 



5296 

455(^746 I 



4966 

4876-110 
4681 



5264 
4799465 



10,422 
T, Wrightson (C) 4788 
Sir H. Davey, Q.C. 
(L) 4477-811 



10,880 
G. G. Leveson- 

Gower (L) 4629 

S. Waters (C) 2816-1783 



LIBBRAL TBAB BOOK, 1905» 



I by Google 



FOLIrBOOK, 188&-190I. 



1885 



WB8T 



8TAFFORD8HIRB, 

10,612 
Hamar A. Bass (LU) 

Unop. 
Mr, Basa died. 
May 10, 1806 (10,580) :— 
A. Henderson (LU) 4796 
W. Adams (L) 380^-803 

STALTBRIDOB 

6060 
T. H. Sidebottom 



Wright (L) 2767-632 



,.<a 



BTIRIiINO DISTRICT 

6007 
Sir a Campbell- 

Bannerman (L) 2783 
S.G.Maca8kieQ 1656-1127 

STlRIilNOSHIRR 

U,329 
J, McKillop (O 5016 
W. Jacks (L) 5489-427 



STOCKPORT 

11,062 

G. Whlteley (Q 6410 

B. V. Melvfile (C) 5067 

Sir J. Leigh (L) 483^-134 

J. Ro8kiir(L) 4562 



STOOKTOH - OH - THHS 

10,256 
J. Samuel (L) 4786 

T. Wrlghtson (G) 4314-472 



STOKR • UPON . TRHHT 

11.107 
D. H. CogUU (LU) 4396 
G. G. Leveson- 
Gower(L) 4196-200 



1900 



10,744 
A. Henderson (LU) 



Unop, 



7461 
M. White Ridley (C) 3321 
J. F. Cheetham (L) 3241-80 



Sir H. Campbell- 

Bannerman (L) 2716 
CoL O. T. Duke (LU) 2086-630 



16,179 
J. McKillop (C) 
Sir G. S. Robertson 
(L) 



12,386 



Sir J. Leigh (L 
B. v. Melville (C) 



5666 

5377 

G. Green JL) 5200-177 

Dr.A.P.HiUier(C) 5006 



11,306 
CoL B. Ropner (C) 
J, Samuel (L) 



13,074 
D. H. CoghiU (C) 
G. Baring (L) 



4873-389 



4732-200 



BT-ELEcnoN8, 1900-4 



LBKBKAL YSAB BOOK, 4005. dbyGoOglc U 



THS HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

STRAMD [58,207] 
11,264 
W. H. Smith (C) 6645 
£. G. Johnson (L) U»M» 



Stratford - on - Avon — see 
Strbtford— Me Lanoashir 
Stroud— see Glouobstbrbh 
SuDBURT— «ee Suffolk. 

SUFFOLK, HORTH, OF 

10,056 
SirSaYileCroesley, 

Bt (L) 4324 

Col. H. C. Bagot- 

Chester (C) 8743.581 

SUFFOLK, NORTH-BAS 

10,903 
F. S. Stevenson (L) 53S6 
B. B. H. Rodwell, 
Q.C. (C) 3300-1906 



1886 

1L2S4 
W.H.Smith(0) 5004 
H. iSLoner <L) 1508462B 
Mr. amUk died. 
Oct 27, 1801 (11,061):— 
W.F.D. Smith (G) 4858 
Dr. Gutteridge (L) 1946<8006 

Warwioksbibx. 

B. 
IRB. 



IiOWRSTOFTr60,871] 

Sir Savlle Croesley, 
Bt (LU) Uhop. 



T, OP BYV r51,401] 

F.S. Stevenson (L) 4544 

J. C. Reade (LU) 2838-1606 



SUFFOLK, NORTH 

10,587 

F. T. Cobbold (L) 4006 
SirT.Thomhill, 
Bt. (C) 8475-1131 



SUFFOLK, SOUTH, of 

10,522 
Ciithbert Quilter 

(L) 4818 

T. W. Foley (C) 8461-1462 

SUFFOLK, SOUTH-BAS 

12,126 
K.L. Everett (L) 4878 
Lord Rendlesham 
(C) 4810-168 

SUNDBRLAND [158,8n] 
2eeato. 18,078 
S. Storey (L) 8285 

E. T. Gonrley (L) 7768 
S. P. Austin (d) 6708-1056 



SURRBT, KmOSTOH [103,084] 
11,102 
SirJ.W.m8,Bt. 

(0) 4915 

C. D. Hodgson (L) 3206-1708 



S0RRBT, MID, OF BPSO 

0000 
G. Cubitt (C) 4621 

R. Harris (L) 



ST, OF STOWMARKBT 

10,587 
E. Greene (C) 3806 

E. N. Buxton (L) 3368-548 
Mr, Greene died. 
May 6. 1881 (11,376):- 
S. J. Stem (L) 4846 

E. W. Greene (C) 4132-214 

SUDBURT [62,148] 

10,622 
CuthbertQudlter(LU) 



w>p. 



T, OF " 



OODBRIDGB [67,8 OQ 
12,128 
Ck)I. R. H. Lloyd- 

AnstrutherO 4864 
R. L. Everett (L) 4641-313 



18,078 

S. Storey (L) 6071 

E.T.Gourley(L) 6840 

W. Stobart (LV) 6027-813 



11,102 
SirJ.W.Blli8,Bt(C) 



M [86,790] 

8000 

G. Cubitt (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



1802 

11,011 
Hon. W.F.D. Smith . 
(O) Vnop. 



11,827 
H. S. Foster (C) 6080 
J. Judd (L) 3808-1190 



10,321 
F. a Stevenson (L) 47Q1 
Hon. L. R. HoUand 
(C) 3431-1270 

[64,884] 

11,045 
S. J. Stem (L) 4630 

Vifiot. Chelsea (C) 4486-144 



10,638 
Cuthbert Quilter 

(LV) 6111 

A. G. Ogilvie (L) 2806-2206 



11,828 
R. L. Everett (L) 
CoL R H. Lloyd- 
Anstmther ((3) 4485-738 



a Stoorey (L) 



8711 



E.T.Qourley(L) 8554 



Hon. F. W. Lamt 

tonJLU) 
J. S.G.Pemberton 

(O) 



8384-1160 
8002 



12,825 
Sir R. Temple, Bt. 

(C) 5100 

C. D. Hodgson (L) 4357-743 

10,354 
T.T.BuQkniltaC 

(O 5123 

Hon. T. A. Brassey, 

(L) 2720-2403 



tIBBBAL YBAR BOOK, 1005. 



d by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



297 



1895 

STRAND 

10,996 
Hon. W. F. D. Smith 
(O) Unop, 



SUFFOLK, NORTH, or 

12,153 
H. S. Foster (C) 5199 
A. Singrton (L) 3820-1379 



SUFFOLK, NORTH-BAS 

10,339 
F.S. Stevenson (L) 4437 
F. J. W. Isaacson 
<G) 3603-834 

SUFFOLK, NORTH- WB 

10,942 
Ian Malcolm (C) 5144 
H. de R. Walker 
(L) 3701-1443 



1900 



9691 
Hon. W.F.D. Smith 



(C) 



Unop, 



SUFFOLK, SOUTH, or 

10,644 
CiithbertQuilter(LU) 

U^nop, 



SUFFOLK, SOUTH-BAS 

12,053 
Capt. B. G. ftety- 

man (C) 5410 

R. L. Everett (L) 4778-632 

SUNDBRLAND 

22 406 
W. T. Doxf ord (C) 9833 
Sir E. T. Gonrley (L) 8232 
S. Storey (L) 8185-47 



SURRBT, KINGSTON 

13,631 
T. Skewes-Cox (C) 5745 
C. Burt (L) 3600-2145 



SURRBT, MID, or BPSO 

10.960 
T.T.Bucknlil,Q.C. (9 

unop, 
Mr. Bucknill made a 

Judge. 
Jan. 23, 1899 (12,233):- 
W. Keswick (C) Unop, 



LOWBSTOFT 

12,678 
Col. F. A. Lncas (0)5077 
A. Adams (L) 3348-1729 



T, OF BYB 

10,162 
F. S. Stevenson (L) 4664 
H. D. Harben (C) 2947-1717 



ST, OF STOWMARKBT 

10,651 
Ian Malcolm (C) 4431 
J. C. Horobin (L) 3068-1363 



Bt-£lections, 1900-4 



SUDBURT 

10,234 
Sir Cnthbert Quilter, Bt. 
(LU) Unop, 

T, OP WOODBRIDOB 

12,077 
Capt. E. G. ftety- 

man (C) 5069 

F. T. Cobbold (L) 4437-«62 



24,423 
Sir W. T. Doxf ord 

(C) 9617 

J. S. G. Pemberton 

(C) 9566 

G. B. Hunter (L) 9370-196 
A.Wilkie(L&Lab)8842 



15,139 
T. Skewes-Cox (C) 



M 

12,596 
W. Keswick (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



LIBBRAL YBAB BOOK, 190& dbyGoOglc 



208 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

8UBBBT, HORTH-BAS 

14,086 
H. Cosmo Bonsor 

(C) 6189 

J. Cooper (L) 374^2414 

8URRST, HORTH-WBS 

F. A. Hankey (O 4540 
Sir H. D. le Mar- 
chant* Bt (L) 3560-1980 



1888 

T, OF WIMBUBDOH [g9»112] 

14,086 
H. Coemo Bonsor (C) 



T, OF OHRRTSBT [79,886] 

9220 
F. A. Hanke7 (C) 

Unop, 
Mr Hankey died, 
March 8, 1892 (10,239) :— 
C. H. Combe (C) 4589 
La wrence J. Baker 
(L) 2751-1838 



SURRRT, BOUTH-BAST 

9600 
Sir J. T. Lawrence. 
Bt (C) 4728 

A. Carpenter (L) 2762-1964 

SURRBT, SOUTH -WB8 

9978 
Hon. St. J. Brod- 
rick (C) 4485 

B. D. QoslinK (L) 8750-735 



SU88BX, BAST, or RTB 

10,304 
Col. A. M. Brook- 
fleld (C) 4526 

• * IncU 



F. A. Inderwick, 
Q.C. <L) 



4303-223 



SUSSBX, MID. OF LBWB 

10,586 
Sir H. Fletcher, 

Bt. (Q 6312 

W. B. Hubbard 

(L) 3181-2131 

SUSSBX, NORTH, of BA 

7660 
G. B. Gregory (C) 3530 
C.J.HeaJdCL) 2579-951 



SUSSBX, HORTH-WBST 

8582 
Sir W. B. Bartte- 

lot, Bt. (C) 4488 

S. Barrow (L) 2467-2016 



, OF RBIOATB [78,280] 

9600 
Sir J. T. Lawrence, Bt (C) 
Unop, 



T, OF GUILDFORD [77,291] 

Hon. St. J. Brodrick (C) 

unop. 



[64,096] 

10,804 
Col. A. M. Brook- 

field (C) 4502 

G. J. de Renter <L) 8091-1496 



S [76,276] 



10,586 



Sir H. Fletcher, Bt (C) 



"nop. 



ST ORINSTBAD [56,956] 

7660 
Hon. A. B. Gathome- 



Hardy (C) 
C. J. Heald (L) 



1877-1412 



, OF HORSHAM [58,757] 

Sir W. B. Barttelot Bt (C) 
Unop, 



SUSSBX, SOUTH, or B A STBOURNB [79,425] 



8504 

CaptB. Field (C) 3561 
G.A.Wam8 (L)3487-64 



Adm. B. Field (C) 8760 
CoL J. C. Brown 
<L) 2501-1259 



15,582 
H. Cosmo Bonsor 

(C) 7397 

T. A. Meates (L) 2002-4795 



10,239 
H. Combe <C) 



Unop, 



11,061 
H.Cubitt(C) 
F. B. Barnes (L) 



4786 
3097-: 



11,248 
Hon. St J. Brod- 
rick (C) 5191 
G. P. Lawrence (L) 3720-1471 



11,159 
Col. A. M. Brook- 
field (C) 4099 
G.M.Bail(L) S96&-711 



5621 



11,832 
Sir H. Fletcher, 

Bt(C) 
Henry Prince (L) 



8754 
Hon. A. B. Gkkthome- 

Hardy (C) 3987 

Sir B. Jenkinson 

(L) 234&-1638 



SirW.B. Bartte- 
lot Bt (C) 4303 

R. G. Wilberforoe 
(L) 

Sir W. Barttelot died, 

Feb. 24, 1893 (9157) :— 

J. H. Johnstone (C) 4150 

R. G. Wilberforce 
(L) 26e&-1484 



10,029 
Adm. B. Field (C) 
Capt Hon. T. S. 
&and(L) 



UUSt 
3674-363 



LIBKRAL YEAR BOOK, 190§,g,,ed byGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



1895 

SURRBT, NORTH - BA8 

17,325 
H. Cosmo Bonsor 
(C) Uftop. 



1900 

T, or WIMBLEDON 

19,059 
C. Eric Hambro (C) 

Unop, 



SURRBT, NORTH-IVRS 

11,070 
C. H. Combe (C) 

Unop. 
Mr. Combe resigned. 
Feb. 18, 1897 (11,678) :— 
H. C.Leigh-Bennett 

(C) m5 

Lawrence J. Baker 
(L) 3977-868 

SURRBT, SOUTH-BAST 

11,409 
Hon. a Cubitt (C) 

Unop. 



SURRBT, SOUTH -ISrBS 

12,130 
Hon. St.J.Brodrick(C) 

unop. 



SUSSBX, BAST, or RTB 

11,460 
Col. A. M. Brookfleld (C) 
Unop. 



SUSSBX, MID, OF LBWB 

12,283 



T, or CHBRTSBT 

12 299 
H. C. Leigh-Bennett 

(C) 5367 

H. H. Longman (L) 3080-2287 



, or RBIOATB 

12,078 
Hon. H. Cubitt (C) 



Sir H. Fletcher, Bt. (C) 
Urt 



^nop. 



SUSSBX, NORTH, or BA 



6. J. Goschen, 

jun. (C) 
C. H. Corbett (L) 



3731 
2874-857 



SUSSBX, NORTH- WBST 

9296 
J. H. Johnstone (C) 

Unop. 



Unop. 



T, or GUILDFORD 

12,477 
Hon. St. J. Brod- 

rick (C) 5816 

A. W. Chapman 

(L) 3609-2207 



11,856 

Col. A. M. Brook- 
field (C) 5376 

Dr. C. F. Hutchin- 
son (L) 2887-2489 



13,591 
Sir H. Fletcher, Bt,(C) 

Ui 



'nop. 



ST ORINSTBAD 

9596 
Hon. Q. J. Goschen 

(C) 3890 

C. H. Corbett (L) 3003-887 



, or HORSHAM 

9594 
J. H. Johnstone (C) 



Unop. 



SUSSBX, SOUTH, or BA STBOURNB 



10.563 
Adm. E. Field (C) 
Capt. Hon. T. S. 
Brand (L) 



4139 
4079-60 



11,248 
Lindsay Hogg (C) 
Adm. Hon. T. S. 
Brand (L) 



4948 
4245-703 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



Col. Brookfleld tuxepted 
Crown appointment, 

March 17, 19te (12,543) :— 

Dr. C. F. Hutchin- 
son (L) 4910 

E. Boyle, K.C. (C) 4376^534 



Mr. Johnstone died. 
Nov. 11, 1904 (10,183):— 
Visct. Tumour (C) 4388 
L. R. Ersklne (L) 3604^784 



'^^PBRAI^ ySAR ^OOK, 1905, J by Google 



900 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
SUSUBX, SOUTH. WB8T, or OHIOHB0nBm («,4S8) 



Earl of liarch (0 4760 
F. W. OibbB (L) -- 



2470-2290 



SUTHBRLM HDSHIRB 

3185 
Marquess of Staf- 

foid (L) 1701 

A. Sutherland 

(Crofter) 1068-643 



SWAHSBA DISTRICT 

8026 
Sir H. H. Yiyian, Bt. (L) 
Unop, 



Barl of Maroh <0 

Unop, 
Lord March resigned. 
March 14. 1888 (898):- 
Lord W. Ck»don-Lennox (C) 

Uhop, 



[20,666] 

3185 
A. Sutherland (L) 1463 
R W. M. FuUarton 
(LU) 



Sir H. H. Vivian, Bt (L) 

C7fiop. 



SWANSBA TOWN [64,213] 
7507 
L.L. Dillwyn(L) 3660 
W. H. Meredyth 
(C) 2520-1140 



7597 



L. L. Dillwyn (Lj 

A. J. Lambert (C) 1740-1300 



3040 



Tamworth— 8ee Warwioks hirb. 



TAUNTON [19,723] 
2541 
S. C. AUsopplO 1361 
Sir C. Jessef Bt. (L) 978-383 



2541 



Hon. S. G. Allsojyp (C) Unop. 
Hon, S. C. Athopp auo- 

ceeded to peeraae as Lord 

Hindlip. 
April 23, 1887 (2591):— 
Hon. A. P. Alisopp 

(C) 1426 

J. H. Sanders (L) 890-536 



Tavistook— see Devonshire. 
Tewkesbury— see Olouobstershirb. 
Thanet, Isle of— ^ee Kent. 
Thirsk and Malton— ^ee YjOrkshire. 
Thornburt— see Gtx)U0E8t ershirb. 



TIPPBRART, BAST [40, 

T. J. Condon (N) 4064 
Maj. F. Trant (C) 



192-3872 



TIPPBRART, MID [40,675] 
6517 1 

3804 
255-3549 ! 



T. Mayne (N) 
G. Ryan (C) 



6809 
T. J. Condon (N) 



6517 
T. Mayne (N) 

Mr, May 

May 15, 1800 (72751 

H. Harrison (P) 



Uhop. 



Unop, 



Uhop. 



1892 

9146 
Lord W. Gordon- 
Lennox (C) 4236 
H. J. Reid (L) 2361-1875 
Lord W. Chrdon- Lennox 

resigned. 
Auff.Te, 1894 (9217) :— 
Loxd £. Talbot (C) Untyp. 



2745 
A. Sutherland (L) 1453 
J. Mackav (LU) 607-846 

Mr. Sutkeriand cuxepUd 

Crown appointment. 
Oct 26, 1804^606) :— 
J. McLeod (L) Unop. 



10,047 
Sir H.H. Vivian, 

Bt.(L) 50se 

H. MongerJUU) 983-5026 
Sw H. H. Vivian raised to 

peerage as Lord Swaoisea. 



rV&i^*J£f*>=-, 



Unop. 



R. J. D. Bumie (L) 3W3 
Sir J. T. DillwyA- 
Llewelyn, Bt. (C) 3011-722 



Hon. A. P. Alisopp 

H. H. Bridgman (L) 921-481 



7180 
T. J. Ck>ndon (N) 2006 
P. R, Dennehy (P) 891-21(ff 



7596 
J. McCarthy (N) 
M. Conway (P) 
W.C.H.AiinfitronK 

(C) 346 

Mr. McCarthy died. 
Feb. 24, 1803 (7482):- 
J. F. Hogan (N) 



887-23^ 



Unop. 



.Jffi^i^L TBAB BOOK, 1906. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



301 



1896 

SUBBBX, BOUTH-WBST 

9279 
Lord K Talbot <G) 

Unofp, 



SUTHBRLJlllDSHIRB 

2498 
J. MoLeod (L) 1066 
J. A. Swanston 
(LU) 690406 



BWAX8BA DISniGT 

10,287 

D. Brymnor Jones, 
QXJ. JL) 8860 

E. H. Hedley (XL) 2018-1832 
CJoL J. R, Wright 

(LU) 1861 



SWAX8BA TOWH 

9001 
Sir J. T. Dillwyn- 

Llewelyn, Bt. (C) 3077 
R. J. D. Burnie (L) 3666-421 



TAUHTOH 



1900 

, OF OHIGHBSTBR 

9806 
LordE.Tfeabot(C> 



2990 
CoI.A.C.E.Welby(C) 



WJiP, 



TIPPBRART, BAST 

fiSSl 
T.J.C5ondon(N) 



ZJnop. 



TIPPBRART, MID 

7127 
J. F. Hogan (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



F. a Leveeon-Gower 



J. MoLeod 



(L) 



1224 
752-472 



11,066 
D. Brynmor Jones, Q.C. (L) 
Unop, 



0070 
Sir G. Newnes, Bt 

(L) 4318 

SirJ.T.DiUwyn- 

Uewelyn, Bt. (C)3203-1U6 



CoL A. C. fi. Welby 
-JC) 1387 

W. King (L) 1024-363 



6306 
T. J. Condon (N) 



UnoP'^ 



6776 
K. E. O'Brien (N) 2316 
F. ODriflcoU (N) 687-1729 



BY-ELEfclWJNS, 1900-4 



l^BRAi' T??A» PPOK, 1906, d by Google 



802 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

TIPFBHART, HOHTH 



7fiOO 

P. J. O'Brieii (N) 
H. Eustaoe (C) 



4780 



1886 
p. J. O'Brieii (N) 



TIPFBHART, BOUTH [87» IM] 

«41 I 



John 0'Ck>nnor (N) S872 
C!oL G. Barton (C) 122-S4W 

TivsitTON— «ee Dbvonbhirb. 
ToRQUAT— «ee Dbvonshibk. 
ToTNBS— «ee Dbyonshhub. 
Tottenham— see Middlbsb 

TOWam HAMUDTS, BO 

8887 
W. aRobflon(L) S419 
Capt J. R. Golomb 
(C) 2738^081 



5841 



John 0*Ck>nnor (N) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



HAMUBTB, lil 

fi064 

E. S. Norrls (G) 2S06 
J. O. G. Minohiii (L) 1676-880 



TOWBB HAMIiBTS, MI 

6804 
S. Gharrington (G) 2001 
B.Hart(Lr 1442^t40 

A. a Ayrton (IL) 420 

TOWBR HAM LBTS, PO 

9041 
H. Green (L) 4000 

D.aOnfllow(G) 211S-1977 



LB BUD [i 

Gharrington (G) 2110 
H.WhiEe(D 



TOWBR HAMIiBTS, ST. 

4317 
G. T. Ritohie (G) 1744 
Sir D. L. Salomons, 
BU(L) 1180-664 



TOWBR HAMIiBTS, ST 



2141 
211»-22 



2045 
2035-10 



J. G. Durant (L) 
F. W. Isaacson (G) 
On a scrutiny ;— 
J. G. Durant (L) 
F. W. Isaacson (G) 



rOWBR HAMUDTS, 

6140 

S. Montagm (L) 2353 
P. Gowan (G) 1972-381 



W AND 



[90, 



BROMUDT 

8887 

Gapt. J. R. Golomb 
-JQ. 2967 

W. a Robeon (L) 2396^71 



MBHOUSB|^9Bl] 

B. a Norris (G) 2830 
T. E. Somtton (L) 1428-802 



PIiAR 



Sydney Buicton (L) 2903 
Kal. A. G. E. Welby 
(C) 2827-76 



OBOROB'S-IN-THB-BA 8T 

4317 
G. T. Ritohie (G) 1561 
R Eve (L) 1076-485 

Mr, RUdiieaeoepted qjUtoe, 



Aug. 12, 1886 (4317) :— 
G. T. Ritchie (G) 1546 
-^ " 889^57 



R. Eve (L) 
BPNBT [63,( 



F. W. Isaaoson (G) 2237 
R. a Wright (X.) 173CMS02 



ITBGHAPBIir78,634] 

a Montagu (L) 2179 

Gol. Hon. W. Le 
Peer Trench (G) 1592^587 



4084 



1882 

7029 
P. J. O'Brien (N) 
Gapt Hon. G. G. 
Tronch (G) 



5064 

F. MandevlUe (N) 2Sn 
John O'Gonnor <P) 773-1796 



554] 

10,687 I 

J. A. M. Maodonald 

<L) 4072 

Sir J. B. Golomb (C> 3149-423 



6456 
J. Stewart WaUaoe 

(y 2475 

H. a Samuel (G) 2306-170 



5738 
S. Gharrington (C) 2204 
J. Haysman (L) 1981-273 



10,348 
Sydney Buxton Oi) 5007 
Clol.A.G.E.Welby i 

(G) 2875-2082 



[5Ua8] 

3755 
J. W. Bonn (L) 
G. T. Ritohie (G) 



1061 



F. W. Isaacson (G) 2292 
B. T. L. Thomson (L) 2208^ 



5813 
S. MontaguJL) 
GoL HonTw. Le 
Poor Trench (G) 



1800-^ 



k 



UBBRAI4 TSAR BOOK^ 1006« 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLIrBOOK, 1886-1004. 



903 



1885 

TIPPBRART, HORTH 

6il9 
P. J. O'Brien (N) 

Z/hop, 



TIPPBRART, SOUTH 

5644 
F. MandeviUe (N) 1723 
€k>unt Moore (IN) 122^^1 



TOUTBR HAMIdSTS, BO 

10,588 
Hon. L.R. Holland 

(C) 4339 

J. A.M. Macdonald 

(L) 8178-1161 

Jon, L, R, HoUand re- 

signed. 
Oct 27, 1889 (11,401) :- 
W.M. Guthrie (C> 4238 
Harold Spender(L) 2123-2115 



(I 
JEtm 



TOUTBR HJLMUDTS, U 

6309 
H. S. Samuel (O) 2061 
W. M, Thompson 
(L) 2071-580 

TOWBR HAMIiBTS, MI 

5551 
S. Charring:tx)n (G) 2383 
J. Haysman (L) 1516-867 



MBHOU8B 

6835 
H. S. Samuel (C) 
W. Pearce (L) 



TCVBR HAMIiBTS, PO 

8684 
Sydney Buxton 

(L) 8939 

W.P.BuUlvant(C) 3110-829 

TOVTBR HAM LBTS, ST. 



H. H. Marks (C) 
J. W. Benn (L) 



1583 
157&4 



TOWBR HAMIiBTS, ST 

6048 
F. W. Isaacson (G) 2346 
W. H. Dickinson (L) 187&-470 
Mr, Isaacson died, 
March 9, 1898 (6387):— 
W. C. Steadman (L) 2492 
Maj. W. E. Evans- 
Gordon (C) 2472-20 

TOWBR HAMI<BTS, WH 

5864 
Sir S. Montagru, Bt. 

(L) 2009 

SirW.H.Porter,Bt. 

(C) 1977-32 



1900 

6226 
P. J. O'Brien (N) 



5695 
J. Cullinan (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



W AND BROMUDT 

11,278 
W. M. Guthrie (C) 4403 
G. Lansbury (Soc) 2558-1845 



2006 
2070-^38 



IiB BND 

5915 
S. Charrington (C) 2440 
C. G. Clark (L) 1280-1160 



PIiAR 

10,009 
Sydney Buxton (L) 3992 
W. P. BuUivant (C) 2840-1152 



OBOROB'S-IN-THB-BA 

3518 
T. R. Dewar (C) 1437 
B. S. Straus (L) 1141-296 



BPNBT 

5878 
Maj. W. E. Evans- 
Gordon (C) 2783 
W. C. Steadman (L) 1718-1065 



ITBGHAPBIi 

5004 
S. M. Samuel (L) 
D. H. Kyd (C) 



1679 
1608-71 



BY-EiJxrnoNs, 1900-4 



ST 



]49BR4I« YBAB BOQKi 1906^ byCiOOgle 



804 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



TOXTBTR, BA8T^-«ee LXVSRPOOL. 

ToxTETH, West— «ee Liyerp ool. 
Traokston— «ie Glasgow. 
TRUiu>-«ee Cornwall. 
TuLLAMORB-«ee Kino's Cou i 

TUNBRIDGB-«ee BISNT. 



TYNBM OUTH AND HOR 



R. S. Donkin (C) 3087 
J. Spenoe (L) 2380-756 

Tynbside — see Northumbe 

TTRONB, BAST [SII.{aS] 
7916 
W.J. Reynolds (N) 8819 
J. M.Stuart (C) 3361.^568 



TTRONB, MID [37*969] 
8063 
M. J. Kenny (N) 4299 
H. H. Moore <C) 2667-1642 



TTROHB, NORTH (38,261] 
6810 
Lord B. Hamilton 

(C) 3345 

John DiUon (N) 



TYRONE, SOUTH [34,824] 
7720 
W. O'Brien (N) 3435 
Capt. Hon. S. Max- 
well (C) 

UxBRiDOE— see Middlesex. 

WAKBFIRLD [41,190] 
4801 
E. Green (C) 2874 

W. C. Beaiiinont(L)2049-825 



WAIiSAIili ^,430] 

Sir C. Forster, Bt. 

(L) 6112 

F. James (C) 3436-1677 



Walthamstow— see Essex. 
Walton— see Liverpool. 
Walworth— see Newinoto 

WANDSWORTH [179,877] 
10,088 
H. Eimber (C) 4460 
R. Wallace (L) 8283-1176 

Wansbeok— see Northumb 



TH SHIRIiDS [61,886] 

R. a Donkin (C) 2796 
W. T. Raymond (L) 2277^18 



1886 



NTT. 



7946 
W. J. Reynolds (N) 8818 
M. G. Megaw (LU) 8375.468 



M. J. Kenny (N) 4145 
H. H. Moore (G) 2475-1670 



6810 
Lord E. Hamilton 

(C) 8219 

J. O. WyUe (N) 



7720 
T. W. Russell (LU) 
W. O'Brien (N) 



4801 
Sir B. Green, Bt. (C) 2258 
J. J. Ckmsins (L) vm^ffl 



10,742 
Sir C. Forster, Bt (L) 

Unop, 
Sir C. Foster died, 
Aug. 12, 1801 (11.712):- 

E. T. Holden <l) 4899 

F. James (C) 4860-689 



10,068 
H. Kimber (C) 



Unop, 



1802 



8121 



7800 
R. 8. Donkin (C) 
J. Annand (L) 



7188 
W. J. Reynolds (N) 3430 
T. L. Corbett (C) "^ 



7678 
M. J. Kenny (N) 3867 
Dr. E. C. Thompson 

(C) 2se8-ioa 

Count Q. N. Finn 
kett(P) 123 



6481 
Lord F. a Hamilton 

(CJ 3015 

Prof. J. B. Don^rberty 

(N) 290^9 



7070 
T. W. RuBseU (LU) 3468 
T. A. Dickson (N) 309647! 



5274 
A. H. Charlesworth 

T. Y. Straohan (L) 2178-4M 



11,915 
F. James (C) 5296 

E. T. Holden (L) 4969-2S7 
Mr, Jamea vnaeaied on 

petition, 
Feb. 9, 1893 (11,888) :— 
Sir A. D. Hayter, Bt. 

(L) 5235 

C.T. Ritchie (C> 6156-79 



14,996 
H. Kimber (C) 6913 
W. M. Crook (L) 8890-223 



WIBRAI, T|BA» BOOK, 1905, 



I by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



305 



1895 



>rYNBM OUTH AND NOR 

7650 

3168 



R. S. Donkln (C) 
F. D. Blake (L) 



TYRONE, BAST 

7113 
P. C. Doogan (N) 
T. li. Corbett (C) 



3413 
3361-152 



VYRONB, MID 

7531 
O. Mumaf^n (N) 3759 
Dr. E. C. Thomp- 
son (C) 2252-1507 



TYRONE, NORTH 

6171 
Sergt. Hemphill, Q.C. 



W.Wi 



ilson (C) 



2918 
2857-91 



TTRONB, SOUTH 

6730 
T.W. Russell (LU) 3239 
T. Shillington (L) 3046-193 



IHrJLKBFIBLD 

5748 
Visct. Milton (LU) 2864 
H. a L. Wilson (L) 2165-699 



VJLI<SAI<I< 

11,015 
S. Gedge (C) 5145 

Sir A. D. Hayter, 
Bt. (L) 4828-317. 



WANDSWORTH 

17,075 
H. Klmber (C) 6487 
M. Mayhew (L) 324^^3239 



1900 



TH SHIBIiDS 

8041 
F.L. Harris (C) 
F. D. Blake (L) 



3501 
3094-407 



6760 
P. C. Doogan (N) 
CoL J. L. Sand with 
(C) 



7560 
G. Mumaghan (N) 



3126 
3050-76 



Unop, 



6168 
Sergt. Hemphill, Q.C. 

(D 2869 

D. J. Wilson <C) 2814-55 



T. W. Russell (LU) 2499 
Dr. E. C. Thompson 

(N) 2409-90 

Maj. R. Howard (IC) 303 



6055 
Visct. MUton (LU) 



Unop, 



12,851 
Sir A. D. Hayter, Bt. 

(L) 5610 

S. Gedge (C) 



20.790 
H. Kimber (d) 



Unop. 



By-Electioks, 1900-4 



Visdi, MiUon sttcceeded to 
the peerage as Lord Fitz- 
wiliiam* 
March 25, 1902 (6103):- 
K. A. Brotherton (C) 2960 
P. Snowden (ILP) 1979-981 



I^^BAIf yBAB BOOK, 1905, JbyGoogle 



306 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



WARRINGTON [64,701] 
7730 
Sir G. Greenall, Bt 

(C) 4010 

W. Croafleld (L) 3234-776 

WARWICK AND liRAM 

5486 
A. W. Peel (L) 2644 
£. M. Nelson (C) 2272^2 



1886 

7730 
Sir G. Greenall, Bt 

(C) 3717 

J. Croafleld (L) 321&^1 

INOTON [38.(y75] 

5486 

A. W. Peel (LU) 



WARWICK8HIRR, NOR 

10,016 
P. A. Muntz (C) 4338 
W. P. Beale (L) 3858-480 

WARWICK8HIRB, NOR 

10,061 
J. W. Johns (L) 4445 
J. S. Di^sdale, Q.C. 
(C) 416B-276 

WARWICK8HIRR, SOU 

9700 
H. P. Cobb (L) 4877 
J. DarUnfirton (C) 3533-1344 



TH, OF TAM WORTH [72,361] 

10,046 ^ 

P. A. Muntz (C) 

Unop, 



TH-RA8T, OF NUNRATO 

10,061 
J. S. Dugdale, Q.C. 

(C) 4626 

J. W. Johns (L) 3608-1018 

TH-RA8T, OF RUGBT [56 

9700 
H. P. Cobb <L) 4006 

M. C. Buszard, Q.C. 
(LU) 3528-478 



WARWICK8HIRR, SOU 

9631 
Lord W. Compton 

(L) 4639 

S. S. Lloyd (C) 3738-001 



WATRRFORD [28,153] 
3946 
R. Power (Nj> 2420 
F. G. Bloomfleld 
(C) 27^2144 



WATRRFORD, RA8T [2( 

5678 
P. J. Power <N) 3291 
W. DelaPoer(C) 314-2977 



WATRRFORD, WRST [32,365] 



J. D. Pyne (N) 3746 
Sir R. F. Keane (C) 359-3387 



Watford— «ee Hebtfordsh 



Unop. 



TH-WRST, OF 8TRATFO 

9631 
F. Townsend (C) 3833 
Lord W. Compton 
(L) 3344-489 



3946 
R. Power (N) 

Unop, 
Mr. Power died. 
Dec 23, 1891 (4046) :— 
J. E. Redmond (P) 1725 
Michael DaYitt(N) 1229-496 

,002] 

5678 
P. J. Power <N) 



Unop. 



J. D. Pyne (N) Unop. 

Mr.Pyne having been acctd- 

entaily drovmed, Nov. lU, 

1888. 
Feb. 24, 1890 (6353):— 
A. Wetb (N) 

Unop. 

IBB. 



1892 

7906 
R. Pierpoint JC) 3^ 
A. Houston, Q.C. (L) 3258-585 



5089 
A. W. Peel (LU) Unop. 
Mr. Peel raised to peera^ 

as Lord Peel. 
May 23, 1895 (5858):— 
Hon. A. Ljrttelton 

(LU) 2815 

J. Duckworth (L) 



P. A.Mmit«(C) 
W. Johnson (L) 



5128 
2708-2426 



N [68,968] 

10,336 

F. A. Newdigate (O 4880 
C. Vero (L) — 



9785 
H. P. Cobb (L) 4519 

W. J. GaUoway (C) 3831-^ 



RD-ON-AYON [46,672] 

9505 
A. B. Freeman-Mit- 

ford(C) 4157 

G. S. warmington 
(L) 3293-864 



3974 
J. B. Redmond (P) 
D. Sheehy (N) 



1676 
1293-383 



6411 
P. J. Power (N) 
£. Leamy (P) 



6967 
A. Webb (N) 



1043-1519 



Unop. 



UBlSBtXL TEAR pOOK, 1Q06, 



j by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



307 



4001 



1886 

VARRINOTON 

8149 
R. Pierpoint (C) 
P. B. Soott(L) 



WARIVICK AND LEAH 

5858 
Hon. A. Lyttelton 
(LU) Unop. 



1900 



R. Pierpoint (C) 4468 

A» H. Crosfield (L) 3903-1165 



INOTON 

5920 
Hon. A. Lyttelton, 

Q.C.(LU) 2785 

H. J. Mackinder (L) 1954-831 



WAR'flnCKSHIRX:, NOR 

10,613 
P. A. Muntz (C) 

Unop, 

WARVIGK8HIBB, NOR 

11,114 
F. A. Newdigate 

(C) 6572 

J. Tomkinson (L) 4175-1397 

WARWICKSHIRE, SOU 

9777 
Hon. R. G. Vemey 

(C) 4354 

Corrie Grant (L) 4070-284 

WARWIGKSHIRB, SOU 

9745 
Col. V. MUward 

(C) 4506 

T. Sadler (L) 2827-1771 



WATERFORD 

3027 

J. E. Redmond (P) 1788 
T. J. Farrell (N) "^ 



WATNRFORD, ■• 

5704 
P. J. Power (N) 



TH, OF TAM WORTH 

12,072 
P. A Muntz (C) 

Unop, 

TH-NAST, or NUNEATO 

12,894 
F. A. Newdigate 

(C) 5736 

W. Johnson (L) 4432-1304 

TH-EA8T, or RUOBT 

10,284 
Corrie Grant CL) 4349 
F. E. Muntz (C) 4130-219 



Bt-Elections, 190O-4 



Mr, Lyttetton accepted 

Office, 
Oct. 23, 1903 (5089):- 
Hon. A. Lyttelton, 

K.C. (LU) 2689 

J.H. D. Berridge (L) 2499-190 



N 



TH-WEST, or 8TRATFO 

10,050 
Col. V. Milward (C) 

Unop, 



RD-ON-AYON 

Col, MUward died, 
June 25, 1901 (10,063):— 
P. S. Foster (C) 4755 



Unop, 



WATERFORD, 

5285 
A Webb (N) 
Mr, Webb 



Sept. 12. 1895 (5235):- 
J. J. 0»lShee (N) 



Unop, 



Unop» 



394 
J. E. Redmond (N 



Unop, 



P. J. Power (N) 



5067 
J. J. O'Shee (N) 



Vnop, 



Unop, 



Bolton King (I 



2977-1778 



LIBBBAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. dbyGoOglc 



308 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

WBDNB8BURT 

10,806 

W. Lloyd (C) 1628 

Hon. P. J. Stanhope 
(L) 443S-1&5 

Wblunoton— 8ee Shrop8HI 
Wsixa— «ee SoiixitSBT. 

WB8T BROMWICH [65,1 
8749 
J. H. Blades (L) 3068 
£. Spencer (C) 8171-817 

Wkstbuby— «ee Wiltshire. 
West Dbrbt— «e« Livbrpoo 



WB8T HAM, NORTH [105, 
10,026 
£. R. Cook (L) 4219 
J. Forrest Fulton 
(C) 8500-719 

WRST HAM, SOUTH [16 

8942 
J. Leicester (L) 3527 
A. J. Pound (C) 2545-962 

West HouoHTON--«ee Lanoabhibb. 



WR8T MRATH, NORTH 

5507 
J. Tuite (N) 3648 

J. Wilson (C) 255-3393 

WR8T MEATH, 80UTH 

5419 
D. Sullivan (N) 3618 
H. S. Smith (C) 200-3418 

WE8TMIN8TER [50,790] 
7670 
W. Burdett-Coutts 

(C) 3991 

Prof. Beesley (L) 1736-2255 



WB8TMORLAND, NORT 

6022 
Hon. W. Lowther 

(C) 2094 

J. Whitehead (L) 2684-10 

WR8TMORI<AND, 80UT 

5630 
Earl of Bectiye<C) 2090 
J. Cropper (L) 2427-263 



WRXFORD, NORTH [51,2 
9768 
J. E. Redmond (N) 6531 
ViBCt.Stopford(C) 917-5614 



1886 

10,806 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 



W.Llo 



ioyd (C) 4221-W2 

BE AND SOMBBSBT. 



UJ 



8749 



E. Spencer (C) 
T. J. Moore (L) 



3000 
3091-509 



719] 

10,026 
J. Forrest Fulton 

(C) 3920 

K R. Cook (L) 8U&-727 

1,639] 

8942 
Maj.G.E. Banes (C) 2878 
J. Leicester (L) 2572-^06 



[29,876] 
J. Tuite (N)' 



5507 



[28,567] 

5419 
D. Sullivan (N) 



7670 



Unop. 



Unop. 



W. Burdett-Coutts (C) 



nop. 



H, or APPI^RBT [31,480] 

6022 
Hon. W. Lowther 

(C) 2748 

J. Whitehead (L) 2562-186 



H, or KBNDAI^ [3 

5630 
Earl of Bective (C) 



Unop, 



9768 
J. E. Redmond (N) Unop. 
Mr. Redmond resigned, 
March 11, 1892 (9690) :— 
T. J. Hea\y (N) Unop. 



1892 

11,201 
W. Lloyd <C) 4986 

Hon. P. J. Stanhope 

(L) 499^60 



9174 
B. Spencer (C) 
T. L. Roberts (L) 



4474 
3429-101) 



13,334 

Archibald Grove (L) 4976 
J. Forrest Fulton, 
Q.C. <C) 494^ 



15,548 
J. Keir Hardie 

(LLP) sass 

Maj. G. E. Banes (C) 4036-123? 



J. Tuite (S) 
A. Blane <P) 



5347 



379-2498 



5304 
D. Sullivan (N) 2535 
C. O'Donoghue (P) 1060-1455 



7971 I 

W. Burdett-Coutts : 

(C) 3548 ' 

Leif Jones (L) 1916-1633, 



6481 
Sir J. Savory, Bt 
(C) 2963 

Hon. A. C.Tufton(L) 2256-707 



6000 
Capt J. F. Bagot 

(C) 2838 

J. A. Farrer (L) 2209^29 



9690 
T. J. Healy (N) 5723 
CoL J. R. Magrath 
(C) 859-4864 



LIBERAL YBAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



809 



1895 

10,855 
W. D. Green (C) 4924 
a H. Roberts (L) 478^191 



VBST BROM WICH 

9211 
£. Spencer (C) 

Unop* 



VEST HAM, NORTH 

14,294 
E. Gray (C) 5635 

Archibald Grove 
(L) 4881-704 

VTRST HAM, SOUTH 

15,746 



d< G. E. :^nes 
J. Keir Hardie 



T. Ke _ _ 
OLP) 



4750 
3975-776 



VTRST MRATH, NORTH 

5270 
J. Tulte (N) 

Ufhop, 

WEST MRATH, SOUTH 

6280 
D. Sullivan (N) 

Unop» 



WESTMINSTER 

7942 
W. BTirdettrContte (C) 



'nop. 



WESTMORLAND, NORT 

Sir J. Savory, Bt 
^(CV 2950 

T. W. Fry (L) 2077-873 

WESTMORLAND, SOUT 

0095 
Capt J. F. Bagot 

<6 ^^ 2771 

H. Stephenson (L) 2040-722 

WEXFORD, NORTH 

8013 
. T.J.Healy(N) 4689 
J. B. Falconer (C) 780-3903 



1900 



U,856 
W. D. Green (C) 
£. Horton (L) 



10,096 
E. Spencer (C) 



15,844 
E. Gray (C) 
J. H. BetheU (L) 



4733 
4558-175 



Unop, 



0613 
^133-2480 



19,631 
Mad. G. E. Banes 

(C) 5615 

W. Thome (Lab) 4439-1176 



R J. Kennedy (N) 1763 
li. GinneU (N) 1418-345 



6600 
D. Sullivan (N) 



Uhop» 



7367 
W. Bnrdefcb^outts 

(C) 2715 

H. H. Montague 

Smith (IC) 439-2276 

H, or APPLEBT 

6744 
R. Kigg (L) 2835 

Sir J. Savory, Bt.(C) 2256^79 



H, OF KBNDAIi 

6252 
Capt J. F. Bagot (C) 



Unop, 



9183 
Sir T. Esmonde, Bt. 

(N) 2823 

T.J.Healy(N) 1163-1670 



UBERAL TEAR BOOK, lOOfifeigitized byGoOglc 



810 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



J. Barry <N) 



1886 I 1886 

>, SOUTH [fl^575] 

8677 9677 



Unap, 



Whitby— 8ee Yorkbhiiue. 

WHITBCHAPBL-^ee TOWER 

WHITBHAYBN [19,107] 

2887 
G. C. Bentinck (C) 1S36 
W. C. GuUy, Q.C. 
(L) 1121^211 



WIGK DISTRICT [17,483] 
2015 
J. McD. Cameron (L) 913 
John Pender (L) 868-45 



Unop» 



J. Bury (N) 



Hamlets, 



2667 
G. C. Bentinck (C) 1216 
H. G. Shee (L) 1110-106 

Mr. Bentinck died, 
Aprll24, 1891 (2718) :— 
Sir J. Bain (C) 1338 

H. G. Shee (L) 1105-233 



2015 
J. McD. Cameron (L) 910 
John Pender (LU) 



I 



WIGKLOW, BAST [31,275] 
5569 
W.J. Corbet <N) 3385 
CoL C. G. Totten- 
ham (C) 1000-2385 



WICKLOW, WBST [27,132] 
5226 
G. M. Byrne (N) 3721 
W.F.H. Diok(C) 871-2850 



WiDNEs— see Lancashibb. 



WIOAN [60^^ 

F. S. Powell (C) 

G. H. Lea <L) 



3637 
2721-916 



Wight, Isle of— see Hamps 

WIOTOWNSHIRB [32,593] 
0004 
Sir Herbert Max- 

welL Bt. (C) 2704 

Hon. H. DaJrymple 
(L) 282^79 



5569 

W.J. Corbet (N) 
Col. C. G. Totten- 
ham (C) 



3101 
984-2117 



G. M. Byrne (N) 



W. F. H. Dick 



F. S. Powell (C) 
C. M. Percy <L) 



3531 

856-2675 



3371 
2780-591 



0004 
Sir Herbert Max- 
well, Bt. (C) 2920 
J. P. Coldstream (L) 1719-1201 



189S I 

9B72 ' 

J. BaiT7<N) S104 

Capt S. B. Hamil- 
ton (C) 554-ISdD 
Mr, Barry resigned. 
Not. 30, 1898 (9^:— 
P. Ffrenoh (N) ITiwp. 



270O 
T. a little (L) 
Sir J. Bain (C) 



1306 

1088-21S 



2191 
Sir John Pender (LU) 
J. McD. Cameron (L) 



4583 
J. Sweetman (N) 1433 
Capt.R.C.Halpin (C) 1225-206 
W. J. Corbet (P) 1115 
Mr. Sweetman resigned. 
April 28, 1895 (4401) :— 
E. P. O'kelly (N) 1253 
J. Sweetman (P) 1191-82 ' 
CoL C. G. Tottenham 
(C) U65 



4853 
James O'Connor 

(N) 
Col. R. P. Saunders 



j.<a 



PameU (P) 



784-1798 . 
546 



730O 
Sir F. a Powell. Bt. 

(C) 3422 

T. Aspinwall (L and 

Lab) 8812-110 



5613 I 

Sir Herbert Max- 

weU, Bt. (C) 2895 

J. P. Coldstream (L) 1670-12S5 



UBBBAIi YBAR BOOK, 1906. 



d by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904, 



311 



WmXWdKD, SOUTH 

flOMl 
OVUV 



P. FfrenchiN) 



Unop, 



VrHITBHAYEN 

2746 
A. Helder<C) 

T. S. T^ittle (L) 



1380 
llU-266 



"VICK DISTRICT 

2278 
Sir John Pender (LU) 913 
T. C. H. Hedderwick 

<L) 
Sir J. Pender resigned, 
Juno 2, 1806 (2277):— 
T. C. H. Hedder- 

wiok <L) 1054 

W. C. Smith (LU) 842-212 

WIOKI«OW, EAST 

4461 
W.J. Corbet (P) 1295 
CoL C. G. Totteniiam 

(C) 1208-87 

F. A. 0*Keeflfe (N) 1127 



WIGKIiOW, WEST 

I 4576 

. James O'Comior (N) 

Unop, 



1900 

8027 
P. Ffrench (N) 



BY-ELEcnoirs, 1900-4 



Uiiop, 



A. Holder (C) 
W. McQowan (L) 



1553 
876-677 



2746 
A. Bignold (C) 1154 

T. C. H. Hedderwick j 

(L) 1041-113 ! 



4827 
D. J. Cogan (N) 



Unop* 



4671 
James O'Comior (N) 



Unop. 



VIOAN 

7864 8050 

Sir F. a PoweU, Bt Sir F. S. Powell, Bt 

(C) 3949 (C) 3772 

T.Aspin wall (Land I Col. W. Woods (L) 3130-642 

Labi 3075-874 



I VIOTOWNSHIRB 



5615 



SlrHerbertMaxwell,Bt(C) , Sir Herbert Maxwell, Bt.(C) 
Unop I Unop. 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. ^ byGoOQlc ^ 



112 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 I 

¥lLTON— «ee WiLTSHIRB. . 

■UASHIRB, n&ST, OF 'dBYIZBS 



1886 



W. a LongiC) 
W. Barber, 4c 



(L)37fi0^ 



VUiTSHIRB, NORTH, OF CRICKIiADB [70,900] 



[^^1] 



W. H. LoDff (C) 

J. W. Philippe (L) 2897-1728 



4123 



9«d 
M. H. N. Story- 

Maskeljme Oi) i541 
W. Stone (C) 2770-1771 



9081 
M. H. N. Story- 

MaskelTiie (LU) 3401 
B. F. C. Costelloe 

(L) 1683-1718 

Sir J. Bennett (L) 1247 



VIIiTSHIRB, NORTH - WBST, of CHIPPRNHA 



B. Fletcher <L) 
Lord A. Somerset 
(C) 



3574-306 



Lord H. Bruce (C) 
B. Fletcher (L) 



3667 
8120^537 



1892 



9067 
C. £. Hobhouue (LA 
W. H. Long (C) 



10,561 
J. Husband (L) 
M. H. N. Story. 
Maskelyne (TX') 



3758-138 



4569 
3571-flK 



If [44,719] 

9069 
Sir J. Dickson-Poyn- 

der, Bt. (C) 3684 

J. M. F. Fuller (L) 3455-229 



VIIiTSHIRR, SOUTH of WIIiTON [42423] 

8675 i 8675 > 8951 

Sir T. F. Grove, Bt. Sir T. F. Grove, Bt (LU) i Visct. Folkestone 

<L) 4151 i Unop, (C) 3743 

« ^ , I gjj,,j, p QpQ^^j 3j^ 

I I (L) 3336-407 



Hon. S. Herbert (C) 332&.822 



VIIiTSHIRR, WRST or WRSTRURT [50,046] 

10,566 I 10,566 

G. P. FuUer (L) 5333 I G. P. Fuller (t) 468. 

Lord H. F. Thynne T. G. P. Hallett (LU) 3670-993 

(C) 3639-1694 

IVlMBIJEDON— <ee SUBRET. 



iSlNCHRSTRR [19.001] 
2326 
A. L.Tottenhani (C) 1153 
Visct. Baring (L) 982-171 



2326 
A. L. Tottenham (C) 1119 
Archibald Grove (L) 783-336 
Mr, Tottenham died, 
I Jan. 5, 1888 (2455):- 
i R. Moss (C) 1364 

P. Vanderbyl (L) 84ft-615 



10,969 
G. P. Fuller (U 4554 

W. H. Laverton (C) 3890-624 



W. H. Myers (C) 1213 
C. W. Mathews (L) 859-3M 



VINDSOR^MSO] 

Col. R. Richardson- 
Gardner (C) 1431 

Hon. H. E. Butler 
(L) 966-465 



WiRRAL— «ce Cheshire. 
Wisbech— «ee Cambridoesh 
WoKiNOHAM— «ee Berkshir 



2612 
Col. R. Richardson-Gardner 

(C) Unop. 

Col. Richardaon-Cfardna* 

resigned. 
April 2, 1890 (2755):— 
F. T. Barry (C) 1522 

W. H. Grenfell (L) 972-^o0 

ire. 

E. 



F. T. Barry (C) 



Uhop, 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1905. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1904. 



318 



1895 



Wn^TSHIRE, BAST, or 

9156 
£. A. Ooulding (C) 4114 
C. E. Hobhouse (L) 3637-477 

mi^TBHIRE, NORTH, 

10,994 
A. Hopkinson, Q.C. 

(LU) 4679 

Lord £. Fitzmatirice 

<L) 4580-99 

Mr, Hopkinson resiffned, 
Feb. 24, 1898 (11,911) :- 
Lord E. Fitzmaur- 

ice (L) 5624 

Visct. Emlyn (C) 5135-489 

WII^TSHIRB, NORTH - 

8291 
Sir J. Dickson- 

Poynder, Bt. (C) 3898 
J. Thornton (L) 3390-508 

WII^TSHIRR, SOUTH or 

8511 
Visct. Folkestone 
(C) 3828 

L. E. Pyke, Q.C. (L) 3565-283 
Visct.FolkestoTie sttcceeded 
to peerage as Lard Rad- 
nor. 
July 17. 1900 (8205) :- 
J. A. Morrison (C) Unop. 



1900 



DRYIZR8 

8807 
£. A. Ooulding (C) 3738 
F. B. N. Rogers (L) 3111-627 

or CRICKI^ADR 

12,441 
Lord E. Fitaamaur- 

ice (L) 5751 

Miki. E. St. C. Pem- 

berton (C) 4290-1464 



WR8T, or OHIPPRNHAI 

8446 i 

SirJ.Dickson-Poyn- I 

der, Bt. (C) 3863 I 

J. Thornton (L) 327a^ i 



WILTSHIRE:, 

9777 
Capt R. G. Chal 

oner (C) 
G.P.FuUer(L) 



WINCHRSTBR 

2449 
W. H. Myers (C) 



WINDSOR 

2901 
F. T. Barry (C) 



WRST or 



4497 
4331-166 



Uhop* 



Unop. 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



3733 



WILTON 

8205 
J. A. Morrison (C) 
J. M. White (L) 



WRSTBURY 

9782 
J. M.F. Fuller (L) 4520 
CoL R. G. Chaloner I 

(C) 3961-559 



I 



2681 
W. H. Myers (C) 1342 
E.G.Hemmerde(L) 846-496 



3125 
Sir F.T. Barry, Bt.(C) 

Unop. 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. dbyGoOglc 



su 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



WOIiVBRHAMPTON, 1 

7917 
H.H. Fowler (L) 8B85 
W. Bird (C) 9^-1287 



AST [58,2821 

7917 
H. H. Fowler ?L) 3752 



WOI^YBRHJUIPTON, SO 
8836 

C. P. ViUiera (L) 

Unop, 



WOI^YSRHAM PTON, W 

8391 
A. Hickman (C) 3722 
W. C. Plowden (L) 3569-153 

WooDBRiDOE— ^ee Suffolk. 
Woodstock -«ee Ozfordbh 



J. UnderhiU, 
(C) 



2629-1123 



UTH [58.888] 

8636 
C. P. Villlers (LU) 



■8T [75,611] 

8391 
Sir W. C. Plowden 

A. Hickman (C) 

IRB. 



Unop, 



3708 



WOOLWICHril7470] 

9769 9769 

CoL B. Hu^es (C) 4768 j Col. E. Hufirhes (G) 4647 

Col. H. M/Hozier G. H. Kvatt (L) 2811-1836 

(L) 3569-1189 



WORCB8TBR [46,624] 
6714 
G. H. Allsopp (C) 2974 
T. R. Hill (U 289(^84 , 

I 



6714 
Hon. G. H. Alisopp 

<C) 
T. R. Hill (L) 



2892 
2749-143 



WORORSTRRSHIRR, 

8187 
G.W. Hastings (L) 3685 
F. A. Bosanqueu, 
Q.C. (C) 3194-491 



R AST [96,087] 

8187 
G. W. Hastings (LU) 
I Unop. 

, Mr. Hastings expelled, 
I March 30, 1892 (9^) :— 
j J. Austen Chamberlain (LU) 
I Unop. 



WOROBSTRRBHIRR, M 

9484 
J. Corbett (L) 

Unop. 



ID OP DROITIBTIGH [50,341] 

9484 
J. Corbett (LU) 4031 
A. J. Dadson (L) 2761-1270 



WORCRSTRRSHIRR, II 

10.673 
B. Hingley (L) 5774 
J. wTWiUis-Bund 
<C) 2155-3619 

WORGRSTRRSHIRR, S 

9522 

Sir R. Temple, Bt. 
(C) 4080 

Arthur Chamber- 
lain (L) 



ORTH [77,647] 

10,573 
B. Hingley (LU) 



Unop. 



OUTH OP RYR8HAM [49, 

9522 
Sir R. Temple, Bt. 

(C) 4127 

D. Pidgeon (L) 2391-1736 



1892 

8359 
H. H. Fowler (L> 



8752 
C. P. Villiei-s (LIT) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



$H24 
Sir A. Hickman (C) 4772 
Sir W.C. Plowden 
(L) 3656-1116 



12.317 
Col. E. Hughes (C) 
Ben Jones (Lab) 



.i992 
4100-1892 



69^ 
Hon. G. H. Allsopp 

(C) 33j;i 

K. W. Howard (L) 2540^13 
J. T. Rushton (I) 79 



9827 
J. Austen Cham- 
berlain (LU) 5111 
Oscar Browning (L) 2517-2594 



9786 
R. B. Martin (LU) 3960 
T. E. Stephens (L) 3410-570 



10.744 
B. Hingley (L) 
W. C.Bridgeman 
(C) 



5329 
3171-2138 



784] 

Sir E. Lechmere, Bt. 
F. Im 



4170 

3590-580 



mpey (L) ._ 

Sir E. Lechmere died, 
Jan. 22, 1895 (9914) :— 
Col. C. W. Long (C) ^60 
F. Impey (L) 3685-1175 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1906. 



Digitized byVjOOQlC 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 



316 



1895 

VOIiVBRHAM PTON, ■• 

8146 
Sir H. H. Fowler 

CL) 4011 

R. K. C. Kettte (C) 2977-1084 

"VOIiYllRHJUf PTON, S. 

8828 
C. P. ViUiere (LU) Unop, 
Mr. ViUiera died, 
Feb. 3, 1886 (9194) :— 
J. L. Gibbons (LU) 4115 
G. R. Thorne (L) 4004-111 

VOIiYBRHAM PTON, W. 

10,070 
Sir A. Hickman (C) 4770 
G. R. Thome (L) 3947-823 



1900 



9254 
Sir H. H. Fowler (L) 



UTlOp, 



9414 
Henry Norman (L) .^01 
W. Oulton (LU) $532-1 



By-Elections, 1900-4 



11,483 
Sir A. Hickman (C) 



Unop, 



VrOOLWIOH 

13,458 I 14,562 

CoL E. Hughes (C) 6062 I Col. E. Hufirhes (C) 

Ben Jones (Lab) 3857-2803 i Utnop, 



VORCESTBR 

7617 7780 

Hon. 6. H. AUsopp Hon. G. H. AUsopp (C) 

(C) 3530 Unop, \ 

J. T. Hincks (L) 2328-1202 



Col, BughM f 
April25. 1902( _ , 
Lord C. Beresford (C) 

Unop, 
Lord C, Beresford resigned, 
March 11, 19% (16,136) :- 
W. Crooks (Lab) 8687 
Geoffrey Drage (C) 5458-3229 



WORCR8TRR8HIRR, R.I 

10,698 ; 13,799 

J. Austen Chamberlain J. Austen Chamberlain (LU) ; 
(LU) Unop, 

Unop, ' 



VORORSTRR8HIRB, M ID of DROITWIOH I 

9779 I 10,175 ' 

R. B. Martin (LU) ; R. B. Martin (LU) 4020 , 

Unop. Cecil Harmswortli 

; (L) 3752-268 I 

WORCRSTRRSHIRR, N. 

11,206 12,726 

J. W. Wilson (LU) 5012 i J. W. Wilson (LU) 
R. Waite (L) 4024-868 , Unop. 

i 
WORCR8TRRSHIRR, SO UTH or RYRSHJUf 

6914 j 10,073 

Col. C. W. Long (C) Col. C. W. Long (C) 

Unop. ! Unop, 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. dbyGoOglc 



816 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
WOBCBSTBRBHmK, W 



Sir E. Lechmero, 
J. Fell (L) 



4fiS5 
8015-1510 



1886 



[54,082] 



Sir E. Leohmere, Bt (C) 

Unop, 



WTOOMIUB-nMe BUOBINOHAM 8HIRE. 

TARM OUTH. ORB JLT [51, 316] 

0040 8018 

Sir H.W. Tyler (C> 2977 



Sir H.W. Tyler (C) 9661 
Capt Cecil Norton 
(L) 2488-196 

TORK 175,521] 

2seat9. 12,415 
A. E. Pease (U SSS& 
F. Lockwood, Q.C. 

<L) 5980 

SirF.G.Milner,Bt 

(C) 450(MrrO ' 

Capt J. D. Legard 

(C) 48n 



Capt Cecil Norton 
(L) 



2011-886 



12,415 

A. £. Pease (L) 4616 
F. Lockwood, Q.C. 

(L) 4810 
Maj. J. D. Legard (C) 4352-458 
Hon. J. C. Dundas 

(LU) 4295 



10,001 
A. Baldwin (C) 



7947 
J. M. Moorsom, Q.C. 

Sir H. W. Tyler (C) 



Unop. 



2072 
2704-398 



11,005 
J. G. Butcher (C) 
F. Lockwood, Q.C. 

A. E. Pease (L) 



5076 



5030 
4846-184 



TORK8HIRR» 

8411 

CoLR.Giinter(C)4600 
T. Baylej (L)2604-1906 



OR JL8H [53,292] 

8411 
CoL R. Guntcr (C) 



TORK8HIRR, 

11,034 
C. S. Kenny (L) 
B. C. V. Went- 
worth (C) 



Unop, 



6706 



BARRSIi RT [101,087] 

11,034 
C. a Kenny (L) 5125 
B.C. Vernon- Went- 

worth (C) 2917-2508 

Mr, Kenny resigned, 
March 11, 1889 (12,593) :— 
Earl Compton (L) 6232 
B. C. Vernon- Went- 

worth (C) 3781-2451 : 



CoL R. Gunter (C) 4161 
A. W. Scarr (L) 2920-1241 



13,613 
Eai*l Compton (L) 6739 
F. J. S. Fo\jambe 
(LU) 3496-3241 



TORK8HIRR, 

9113 
Chris. Sykes (C> 
J. J. Cousins (L) 



BUCKROBR [53,265] 

9113 
4081 W. A. McAvthur (L) 3742 

3785-296 Chris. Sykes (C) 3741-1 

On a scrutiny :— 
Chris. Sykes (C) 8741 

W. A. McArthor (L) 3735-6 



9035 

Angus Holden (L) 
F. W.Fison(C) 



TORK8HIRR, CIJBYRI^'AND [60,010] 



11,788 

H. F. Pease (L) 8948 
Hon. Guy Dawnay 
(C) 2846-4103 



TORK8HIRR. OOLNR 

10,881 
H. F. Beaumont jL) 5396 
Col. T. Brooke (C) 4541-857 



11.788 
H. F. Pease (L) 



Unop, 



Y JLIiIiRT [58,377] 
H. F. Beaumont (C) 



Unop, 



11,076 
H. F. Pease (L) 
A. J. Dorman (C) 



4294 
3642-4S8 



4397 
4049-348 



11,710 
Sir J. Kitson, Bt. <L) 4967 
J. Sugden (LU) 4281-706 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, 1005. 

Digitized 



by Google 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1904. 



317 



1885 

VOROB8TER8HIRE, V 

10,329 
A. Bsadwin (C) 



YJLRM OUTH, GRBAT 

8139 
Sir J. K. Colomb (C) 3928 
J. M. Moorsom, 
Q.C. (L) 



YORK 

11,807 
J. G. Butcher (C) 5616 
Sir F. Lockwood, 

OC. (L) 5309 

A. E. Pease (L) 6214-95 

Sir F. Lockicood died. 
Jan. 13, 1898 (12,157):— 
Lord C. Bercsford 

(C) 5699 

• Sir C. Furness (L) 5648-11 
Lord C.Bere^oraresigned, 
Feb. 6, 1900 (12,582):— 
G. D. Faber {6) 6248 
The Master of Eli- 

bank (L) 4818-1430 

TORK8HIRR, BARK8T 

9035 
Col. R. Gunter (C) 



1900 

■8T, OF BBWDIiBT 

10,396 
A. Baldwin (C) 

Unop. 



Sir J. R. Colomb (C) 



Uiwp. 



12,582 
J. G. Butcher, Q.C. (C) 
G. D. Faber (C) 

Uvvop, 



BT 



Unop. 

TORK8HIRB, BARN8L 

14,181 
Earl ComptonfL) 6820 
Capt.Hon.R.H.F. 
GreviUe (C) 4653-2167 
I Eari Compton aticceeded 
to peerage as Lord 
Northampton, 
Oct. 28, 1897 (14,805):- 
Joseph Walton (L) 6744 
I J. Kyth (C) 3454- 

! Pete Curran(ILP) 1091 

I TORK8HIRB, BUCKR0 8B 

9284 
! Angus Holden (L) 4076 
TrC.E.Goff(C) 3986-90 



ON JL8H 

9279 
CoL R. Gunter (C) 



TORKSHIRB, CLBYBI^AND 

10989 

H. F. Pease (L) 4762 A. E. 

Col. R. Ropner (C) 4175-587 
Mr. Pease died. 
Jan. 12, 1897 (11,454):— 
A E Pease ]u 5506 
CoL Ropner {C) 4060-1428 

T0RK8HIRB, COLNB Y 

10,712 
SirJ.Kit8on,Bt.(L)4276 
H. Thomas (C) 3737-639 
Tom Mann (ILP) 1245 



BY-Ei^cTioys, 1900-4 



UrVop. I 



15,918 



Joseph Walton (L) 7549 
A W. Groser (C) — 



4356-3193 



9662 



Luke White (L) 
B. C. Meysey-Tnomp- 
son (LU) 



4063 
3992-91 



12,177 
e(L) 



Unop. 



AIiLBT 

11,081 
Sir J. Kiteon, Bt. (L) 4699 
W. G. Bagnall (C) 4176-583 



Mr. Pease resigned. ' 
Nov. 6, 1902 (12,360):— 
Herbert Samuel (L) 5834 
Geoffirey Drage (C) 3798-2096 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, 1905. 



by Google 



818 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



TORKSHnUB, DOllCJLSTn [gB,«171 

ia;i57 13,157 
... ^ g^ ShlrleyJL) 



W. a Shirley (L) 
Hon. A. S. Ga- 
thorne-Hardy (C) iTOO-OBO 



TORK8HIRB, BIAJUID 

11,851 
T. Wayman (L) (1516 
Capt. F. C. Rasch 
(C) 3i57-30de 



Hon. W. H. W. f^te- 

william (LU) 4792-268 

Mr, Shirleu ret 
Feb. ^UHBB (IS, 
Hon. W. H. W. Fitz- 

william (LU) 5684 
J. S. Balfour (L) 5423-211 

[08.1251 

I 11,851 

T. Wayman (L) 
I Unop. 



TORK8HIRR, HAIiUUI 8HIRB [90,108] 



F. T. Mappin Oi) 6454 
Hon,W.C.W.Fitz- 



wimam(C) 



4451-2003 



TORK8HIRR, HOKiDRR 

9143 
Gomr. G. R. Bethell 

(C) 4166 

CoL G. Smith (L) 3537-429 

TORK8HIRB, HOLMFli 

10,770 
H. J. Wilson (L) 6206 
CoL Hon. H. Legge 
(C) 3164-3044 

TORK8HIRR, HOWDRN 

9502 
A. Doncombe (C) 4525 
A. G. ShieU (L) 3334-1191 

TORK8HIRR, KBIGHL 

10,072 
Isaac Holden (L) 5644 
W. H. C. Dimhill 
(C) 



13,176 
Sir F. T. Mappin, Bt. (L) 

Vnop, 



NR88 [42,150] 

9143 
Comr. G. R. Bethell (C) 
1/1 



'nop. 



RTH [65,1801 



SHIRR [50,065J 
A. Duncombe (0) 



■T [70,426] 

10,072 
Isaac Holden (L) 



TORK8HIRR, MORLRT 

11,467 
C. Milnes Gaskell 

(L) 6684 

J. J. D. Jeflterson 

(C) svnssfn 

TORK8HIRR, NORMAN 

11.479 
B. Pickard (L) 5615 
Itfaj. A. H.Charles- 
worth (C) 3706-1900 

TORKSHIRR, OSOOIiDC 

10,332 
SirJ.W.Ramsden 

Bt (L) 5153 

R. Hardy (C) 3053-2100 



,770 



H. J. Wilson (L) 

W. Armitage (LU) 278(^2542 



Unop. 



Unop. 



[70,929] 

11,467 
C. Milnes Gaskell (L) 



Unop. 



TON [80,296] 

11.479 
R Pickard (L) 4771 
Maj. A. H. Charles- 
worth (C) 3724-1047 



R088 [81,2221 



221 
10,S 



J. Austin (L) 4006 

Sir J. W. Ramsden, 
Bt. (LU) 3010-996 



1892 

14,521 
C. J. Flemii^ (L) 5831 
Hon. W. hTw. Fitz- 
william (LU) 5552-279 



13.437 
T. Wayman (L) 5497 
J. FitzalanHope (C)a67&-1821 



14,605 
Sir F. T. Mappin, Bt. (L) 

t/nop. 



9670 
Comr. G. R. Bethell 

(C) 4158 

J. II. Anderson <L) 3eS»-465 



12,197 
H. J. Wilson (L) 
H. Thomas (C) 



5640 
3317-2S 



9499 
Capt. W. H. Wilson- 
Todd (C) 3988 
J. T. Woodhouse (L) 3648-350 

13,064 
Isaac Holden (L) 



13,343 
A. E. Hutton (L) 
W. Carr (C) 



13,000 
B. Pickard (L) 
P. Tew (C) 



12,615 
J. Austin (L) 
C. B. Dobson (C) 



Unop. 



5818 
365&-2i68 



6134 



5160 
3284-1878 



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819 



1895 

TORK8HIRB, 

14.247 
F. W. Fison (C) 0006 
Joseph Walton (L) 5057-141 



1900 



DONGAS TBR 

16,278 
F. W. FisonTC) 
C. W, Black (L) 



6512 
6147-565 



BY-ELEcnoNS, 190(M 



TORK8HIRB. Rlil^AND 

12,526 13,146 

T. Wayinan (L) 5387 C. P. Trevelyan (L) 6151 

A. T. Clay (C) 5081-306 Maj. £. F. Coates 
Mr, Wayman resigned. (C) 4512-1642 
March 8, 1889 (12,926) :- 
C. P. Trevelyan (L) 6041 i 
P. S. Foster (C) 5057-964 ; I 

TORK8HIRR. HAI^LAM SHIRR 

14,483 I 15,610 

Sir F. T. Mappin, Sir F. T. Mappin, 

BLOi) 5949 ; Bt(L) 6888 

F. S. Hatohard (C) 5054-895 . F. S. Hatchard (C) 4988-1750 \ 

TORK8HIRR, HOIiDRr'nRSS 

9920 I 9710 

Comr. G. R. BetheU I A. 8. WUson (C) 4507 

<C) 4512 I A. J. La^xTie (L) 2810-1787 

B. F. Hawkflley (L) 3485-1027 



TORK8HIRR, 

11,103 
H. J. Wilson (L) 
G. £. Raine (C) 



HOI^MFI 

5001 
3459-1542 



RTH I 

11,223 I 

H. J. Wilson (L) 4505 
Maj. Hon. E. M. 
Stuart-Wortley (0)3738-767 i 



YORKSHIRR, HOWDRNi SHIRR 

9548 I 9467 

Capt. W. H. Wilson- | Capt. W. H. Wilson- 

Todd (C) Unop, \ Todd (C) 

YORKSHIRR, KRIOHiJrt 

11,977 12,470 

J. BrifiKJL) 5096 | J. Brigg (L) 



Unop. 



W. 



ow (C) 4196-840 W. Bairstow (C) 4792-640 



YORK8HIRR. MORI<RT 

13,300 
A. E. Button (L) 5834 
W. Carr (C) 4166-1668 



YORKSHIRR. NORMAN 

12 998 
B. Pickard (L) 5499 
DA. B. Wilson (C) 3941-1558 



TON 

13,100 

B. Pickard (L) 

C. L. Kaye (Q 



YORKSHIRR. OSGOLDG 

13,083 
Sir J. Atistin,Bt.(L) 5119 
J. HarUng (C) 4054-1065 
Sir J. Austin^ Bt. resigned. 
July 5, 1899 (14^):- 
Sir J. Austin, Bt. 

(XL) 5818 

C.H. Roberts (L) 2893-2925 



14,049 
A. E. Hutton (L) 6428 
W.B.BoydCarpen. 
tor (C) 



5025 
3606-1419 



Mr. Pickard died. 
March 1, 1904(14.898): - 
W. Parrott (L) 8855 
M. Doniian (C) 2909-3946 



ROSS 

r4,689 
Sir J. Austin, Bt. 



Dr. V. H. 
ford(L) 



Ruther- 



5609 
3025-2584 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 
1886 i 



rORKSHIRB, OTUiT [<B,775| 
068S ^ 

Sir A. Fairbairn 

(L) fiOfiO 

F. W. Fison (C) 364&-1407 



rORKSHIRB. PUDBRT 

11,9W 
B. Priestley (L) 636S 
a W. Duncan (C) l08»-2324 



J. Barran (L] 
Sir A. Fairbairn 



(LU) 



4215 



11JM9 



5207 



1892 



11.567 



! J. Barran (L) 



4713 



i R Priestley (L) 
A. W. RUcker (LU) 409&-1171 



13,964 
B. I>iiestley (L) 
E. Woodhouse (C) 



6627 



rORKSHIRE, RICHMO ND [50,780] 

11,2^ 11,237 

Sir F. A. Milbank. Q. W. EUiot (C) 

Bt. (L) 4800 K. R Turton (L) 

G. W. Elliot (C) 4320-549 | 

rORKSHIRB, RIPON [68 ,448] 

9049 I 9049 

W/EA^ee (L) 3085 j J. L. Wharton <C) 

<L) 



4810 
3859-951 



4113 



J. L. Wharton (C) 3820-185 ' C. A. Ponsonby <L) 3125-968 



10,000 
G.W. EUiot fc) 
E. R. Turton <L) 



10,190 
J. L. Wharton (C) 
H. Leetham (L) 



rORKSHIRB, ROTHRRiHJUf 



[101.0«^ 



A. H. D. Acland 



10,730 j 

A. H. D. Acland ' - 

Maj. W. Hoole (C) 225M043 i F. J. S. Foljambe 
(LU) 



5155 
2070-3085 



4340 
4181-156 



4268 
3657-611 



13,551 
A. H. D. Acland (L) 8567 

G. S. Foljambe (LU) 2839-3728 



rORKBHIRB. SHIPIiRT [65,689] 

J. Craven (L) 7022 J. Craven (L) 

L. Hardy (C) 4825-2197 

rORKSHIRR. 8KIPTON [64,017] 

10,7& I 10,796 

Sir M. Wilson. Bt. I W. Morrison (LU) 4423 

(L) * 5050 I Sir M. Wilson, Bt. 

S. C. Lister (C) 4280-790 (L) 4289-134 



rORKSHIRR, 80WRRB 

11.364 
E. Crossley (L) 6427 
SirF.G.Milner, 
Bt. (C) 2960-3467 



(L) 

T [06,024] 

1L364 
E. Ci-oasley (L) 

I^IiRY [58,0(m 



14,759 
W. P. Byles (L) 
Uiwi). T. Peel (LU) 



12,087 
(\S. Koundell(L) 
W. Morrison (LU) 



Unop, 



11,963 
J. W. MeUor, Q.C. 

(L) 
H. T. Crook (C) 



rORKBHIRR, SPRN YA 

9645 
J. Woodhead (L) 5828 - ^ -- 

J. E. Gladstone (C) 2782-3044 S. C. Uoulter 



J. Woodhead (L) 

(LU) 2200-2342 



4542 



11.038 
T. P. Whittaker 



i'. El] 



rORKSHIRR, THIR8K |AND M AIjTON [57,915] 



12,637 
CoL Hon. L. P. 

Dawnay (C) 5966 
E. R. Turton (L) 4508-1463 

rORKSHIRR, WHITBT 

11,350 
E. W. Beckett (C) 5049 
A. Pease (L) 4700-340 



12^ 

Col. Hon. L. P. Dawnay 
(C) t/Wp. 



[51,204] 

11,350 
E. W. Beckett (C) 6078 
CoLJ.M.Clayhm8 
(L) 3040-1138 



[lis (C) 



12,220 
J. Grant Lawson 

(C) 
H. J. Reckitt (L) 



10,804 

E. W. Beckett (C) 

F. Pyinan (L) 



5746 
5464-2£ 



4700 
4608^ 



5754 
3324-2430 



4a52 

3174-1478 



5890 
3541-2349 



4900 
3826-1083 



I 



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1895 

YORKSHIRE, OTLEY 

11,038 
M. D'A. Wy vlU (C) 4670 
Sip J. Barran, Bt. 
(L) 4622-48 

YORKSHIRE, PUDSBY 

13,774 
B. Priestley (L) 5540 
Sip A. Fairbairn 
(LU) 5070-470 

YORKSHIRE, RICHMO 

10,669 
J. Hutton (C) 4556 

K. R. Turton (L) 3971-584 



YORKSHIRE, RIPON 

10,219 
J. L. Wharton (C) 4435 
R. C. PhiUimope (L) 373»-702 

YORKSHIRE, ROTHER 

14,227 
A. H. D. Acland (L) 

Utiop. 
Mr. Adand resianed, 
Feb. 23, 1899 (14,763):- 
W. HTHolland (L) 6671 
R. H. V. Wragge 
(C) 4714-1957 

YORKSHIRE, SHIPI<EY 

14,353 
J. F. Flannery (LU) 5999 
W. P. Byles (L) 5921-78 

YORKSHIRE, SKIPTON 

11,006 
W. Morrison (LU) 4902 
J. A. Farrer (L) 4763-139 



YORKSHIRE, SOWERB 

11,686 
J. W. MeUop, Q.C. 

(L) 5328 

J. C. Bailey (C) 375»-1675 

YORKSHIRE, SPEN YA 

10,492 
T. P. Whittakep (L) 4700 
F. Ellis (C) S879>821 



YORKSHIRE, THIRSK 

12,475 
J. Gpant Lawson (C) 

Unop, 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1904. 
1900 I 



321 



12,138 
J. H. Duncan (L) 5327 
M. D'A. WyviU (C) 4747-580 



14,573 
G. Whiteley (L) 
E. B. Faber (C) 



ND 

10,369 
J. Hutton (C) 
Hon. G. Howard 



0973 
5424-549 ; 



(L) 



4573 
3117-1456 i 



11,004 
J. L. Wharton (C) 



Unop. 



HAM 



15,3 



W. H. Holland (L) 6926 
R. H. V. Wragge 
(C) 5021-1905 



14 990 
Sii' J. F.Flainiery(LU)e284 
P. lllingworth (L) 622^-61 



11,805 
F. Whitley Thomson 

(L) 5139 

W. Morrison (LU) 5007-132 



11 996 
J. W. Mellor,'Q.C. 

(L) 5528 

J. C. Bailey (C) 4067-1461 

LLiEY 

10,858 
T. P. Whittakep (L)5068 
W. Glossop (C) 3653-1415 



AND MAIiTON 

12,355 
J. Grant Lawson (C) 



BY-ELEcnoNS, 1900-4 



Mr. Mellor resigned. 
July 1, 1904 (12,311) :- 
J. S. Higham (L) 6049 
W.A.S.Hinchc!iffe 
(C) 3877-2172 



YORKSHIRE, WHITBY I 

10,760 ' 



E. W. Beckett (C) 



Unop. i 



10,740 
E. W. Beckett (C) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



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SUBJECT INDEX. 



[77m nam$8 of Principal Sections of the Year Book are printed in hsani&r type. 
For Principal Contents see opposite page 1.] 



PAGE 

AKrioulture, The alleged ruin of ... 138 

Army and Navy Kxpenditnre ... 128 

Balaaoe Sheet, The National .. 128 

Balfour, Mr., and the Fiscal Ques- 
tion 148 

Ballot, the, Seoreoy of 108 

Bills, Parliamentary 71 

Biographies for Liberals ... 112 

Blocking Motions in Parliament ... 71 
Books for Uberala: A Short 
Bibliography for the use of 

Liberals 112 

Brussels Sugar Convention, House 

of Commons Division 82 

Budget, The, in House of CommonH 72 
Business, Parliamentary Arrange- 
ment of ... 72 

By-eleotions 1900-4, Summary 

of 155 

Byeleotions, Contested, 1900-4 151 

By-eleotions, lioss and Gain ... 155 
By-eleotions, Peers whose Death 

causes 69 

Canadian Preference, Working of... 136 
Candidatures, Parliamentary 107 
Chamberlain, Mr., His Case and 
the Reply: the Fiscal Con- 
troversy .. 133 

Cheap Food, The Workers' ... 146 
Chinese Labour in the Transvaal, 

House of Commons Divisions 81 
Church Questions, Books for Liber- 
als on 113 

Citizenship, Democracy and, Books 

for Liberals on 114 

Civil Service Expenditure 128 

Clubs, Principal London 151 

Cobden Club, The 14 

Colonial, Foreign and. Trade ... 134 

Colonial *Oirer,' The 135 

Committees, Parliamentary 73 

Conunerce, Books for Liberals on ... 127 

Commons, The House of 32 

Conmions, the House of. Adjourn- 
ment of 70 

Commons, the House of, Com- 
position of 156 

Commons, the House of, Constit- 
ution of 74 

Conunons, The House of, Poll 
Book, 188S-1904 150-321 



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... r24» 

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PAGE 

Commons, The House of, The 
Principal Divisions, 1904 ... 80 

Commons, The House of. Prin- 
cipal Officials loS 

Commons, The House of. Ses- 
sional Statistics 158 

Condition of Labour, The, at Home 
and Abroad 143 

Conduct, Parliamentary 74^ 

Conservative Members of 
House of Commons 58 

Constituencies, Parliament&py 153 

Constitution, the, and Political 
Science, Books for Liberals on 

Contested By^lections, 190O-4 

Co-operation, Books for Liberals on 

Com Duties and Prices 

Cost of Li\'ing, The Decreased, under * 

Free Trade 

Customs and Inland Revenue Ex ^ 

penditure 

Debate, Parliamentary 74 

Democracy and Citizenship, Books 

for Jjiberals on 114 

Defence and Military Service, Books 

for Liberals on ... 113 

Divisions, Parliamentary 74 

Divisions, The Principal House 

of Commons, 1904 80 

* Dump, ' The, that did not come . . 139 

Economic Science and History, 

Books for Liberals on 1 15 

Education, Books for Liberals on ... 115 
Education (Defaulting Local Author- 
ities) Bill, House of Commons 

Divisions 84 

Education Expenditure (National) 128 

Eighty Club, The 8 

Election Bxpenses, Parliament- 
ary, 1900 155 

Election Offences, Parliament- 
ary 90 

Election Petitions, 1885-1904 ... 92 
Elections, Books for Liberals on ..120 

Electors, Parliamentary 152 

Empire, the, Books for Liberals on 116 

Estimates, Parliamentary 75 

Expenditure, National 128 

Finance Bill, 1904, Hoiise of Com- 
mons Divisions 88 



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PAGE 

Finance, Taxation and Rating, 

Books for Liberals on 

Financial Reform Association, The 

Fiscal Controveny, Tlie: Mr. 

Ohamberlaln's Case and the 

Heply 

Fiscal Policy, House of ComnionH 

DiviBions 

Fiscal Question, Books for liberals on 118 
Fiscal Question, the Political Issue 148 
Foreign Affiedrs, Books for Liberals 

on 

Foreign and Colonial Trade 

Foreign Imports and the Labour 
Market 



117 
10 



133 

80 



117 
134 



PAGE 

76 



Fowler, Sir Henry's, National Bal- 
ance Sheet Return 

Franchise, The Parliamentary 
Franchises, The Local Government 
Free Trade and Protection, Books 

for Liberals on 

Free Trade Union, The 

Front Benches, House of Commons 



141 

128 

85 
86 

118 
14 
76 



Gladstone Benevolent Fund for Lib- 
eral Agents, The 12 

Oovemment Majority, The ... 157 

Government O Aoials, Principal 151 

Heirs to Peerages in House of Com- 
mons ft) 

History, Books for Liberals on ... 119 
Home Counties Liberal Federation, 

The 3 

Hours of Meeting, Parliamentarj* ... 76 

House of Commons, The 32 

House of Commons, the, Com- 
position of 156 

House of Commons Poll BooIk, 

1885-1904 159^21 

House of Commons, Principal 

Divisions, 19M 80 

House of Commons, Principal 

Officials 158 

House of Commons, The, Ses- 
sional Statistics 158 

House of Commons Whips 158 

House of I^rds, The 18 

House of Lords Whips 158 

Houses of Parliament, Admission to 70 

Housing, Books for Liberals on ... 121 
Imports, Foreign, and the Labour 

Market 141 

Income, National, 128 

Income Tax, The Test of the 147 

Income Tax Rates, 1854-1904 ... 157 
Industrial Conciliation, Books for 

Liberals on 123 

Inland Revenue, Customs and. Ex- 
penditure 128 

Ireland, Books for Liberals on . ... 121 



Iving's Speech and Address 



Labour, The Conditions of, at Home 

and Abroad 143 

Labour and Liberal Members 
of House of Commons 32 

Labour Legislation, Books for Uber- 

alson 123 

Labour Market, the. Foreign Imports 

and m 

Labour Market Abroad, The ... 142 

Labour Question, Books for Liberals 

on 121 

Land Law Reform Association, The 15 
Land Questions, Books for Liberals 

on . ... 123 

Land Values (Assessment of Rating 

Bill), House of Commons Division 83 
Land Values, English League for 

the Taxation of, The 16 

Liberal Agents, Gladstone Bene- 
volent Fund for, The 12 

Liberal Agents, Society of Certified 

and Certificates, The 12 

Liberal Central Association, The ... 1 
Liberal and Labour Members 

of House of Commons 32 

Liberal League, The 10 

Liberal Party, the. Chief Or 

ganisations of 1 

Liberal Publication Department, 

The 3 

Liberal Unionist Members of 

House of Commons .. ... 63 
Liberals, Books for: A Short 
Bibliography for the use of 

Liberals 112 

Liberalism, Books for Liberals on ... 120 
Liberalism In Queen Victoria's 

Reitfn 130 

Licensing Bill, 1901, House of Com- 
mons Divisions 83 

Licensing Questions, Books for 
Liberals on ... ... 126 

Lobby, The Parliamentary 76 

Local Government, Books for Liber- 
als on 124 

Local Government Franchises, The 88 
London Clubs, Prlnoipal ... 151 

London Liberal Federation, The ... 5 

Lords, The House of 18 

Lords, House of, Constitution of ... 7S 

Majority, The Government ... 157 

Military Service, Defence and, Books 
for Liberals on 113 

Ministries, 1892-1904 109 

Ministry, The 

Municipal Enterprise, Books for 
Liberals on ^ ... 126 ] 



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SUBJECT INDEX. 



PAOB 

national Balaaoe Sheet, The ... 128 

National Debt, Service Expenditure 128 
National Education Association, 

The 13 

National Expenditure, House of 

Commons Division 83 

National Liberal Club, The 8 

National Liberal Federation, The ... 1 

National Reform Union, The ... 9 
MatlDiudUt Memben of House 

of Commons 67 

Navy, Army and. Expenditure ... 128 
New Reform Club Political Com- 
mittee, The ,. ... 11 

Non-Tax Revenue (National) ... 128 

* Offer,' The Colonial 135 I 

Old Ake Pensions, Books for Liber- I 

alson 125 \ 

Organisations of the Idbeiml 

Party, Chief 1 1 

Parliament, Books for Liberals on 120 i 
Parliament, Houses of. Admission ' 

to 70 ; 

Parliament and Parliament- 
ary Prooedure 70 

Parliamentary Candidatures... 107,! 
Parliamentary Constituenoies 153 
Parliamentary Constituen- | 

oies. Electors, ftc 152 

Parliamentary Election Ex- 
penses, 1900 155 : 

Parliamentary Election Of- | 

fences 90 

Parliamentary Franchise, The ... 85 1 
Parliamentary Vacancies ... 104 
Parliaments since the Reform i 

Act, 1882 103 ! 

Pauperism, The Decline in 146 | 

Payment of Returning Oflaicer's I 

Charges, and of Members, House I 

of Commons Division ....... 84 ' 

Peers, List of 18 ■ 

Peers -vith Heirs In House of | 

Commons 69 ! 

Petitions, Elections 188&-1904 92 | 

Petitions, Parliamentary 77 

Political Science and the Consti- 
tution, Books for Liberals on ... 124 
Poll Book, The House of Com 

mons, 1885-190« 1( 

Poor Law^ Books for Liberals on ... 
Poverty, Books for Liberals on 
Preference, Canadian, Working of 
Prime Ministers since the Re- 
form Act, 1882 



Protection, Free Trade and, 
for Liberals on 

Questions, Parliamentary 



PAGE 

Books 



125 
125 
136 

103 



118 

77 I 



and. 



Rating, Finance, Taxation 
Books for Liberals on 

Registration 

Registration, IVomen Occu- 
piers 

Resi ^nation of Seats in House of 
Commons 

Royal Assent to Parliamentary Bills 

* Ruined ' Trades 

Scottish Liberal Association, The ... 

Scottish Women's Liberal Feder- 
ation, The, .. 

Session, The Parliamentary 

Shipping Trade, Our Growing 

Socialism, Books for Liberals on ... 

Societies and Associations 

Society of Certified and Certificated 
Liberal Agents. The 

Speaker, The 

Straw plait as a ' ruined ' Trade . . . 

Supply, Parliamentary 

Tax-Revenue (National) 

Taxation, and Rating, Finance, 

Books for Liberals on 

Temperance, Books for Liberals o»: 
Trade, Books for Liberals on 

Trade, Oversea 

Trades, 'Rained' 

Trades Unions and Trade Disputes 

Bill, House of Commons Division 
Trades Unions, Books for Liberals 

on 

Trusts, Books for Liberals on 

Vacancies, Parliamentary ... 

Victoria, Queen, Liberalism in 

Reign of 

Wages and Hours of Labour, Books 
for Liberals on 

War Commission Report, House of 
Commons Division 

Watches as a ' ruined ' Trade 

Welsh National Liberal Council, 
The 

Whips, House of Commons 

Whips, House of Lords 

Whips, Parliamentary... 

Women Candidates and Women's 
Disabilities 

Women's Free Trade Union, The ... 

Women's Liberal Federation, The... 

Women's National Liberal Associa- 
tion, The 

Women Occupiers, Registra- 
tion of 

Year Books for Liberals ... ^S^. 



117 
85 



78 
78 
137 



7 

78 
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