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Tyrone, N. (G.L.)



The transference of seats from one wing of the Unionist party to the other affected
five constituencies. Three seatn. Bury, Hythe, and N. St. Pancras, previously held by
Liberal Unionists were filled by Conservatives; and two seats. West Marylebone and
Wakefield, which previously returned Conservatives, returned Liberal Unionists.

In Ireland five seats previous^ held by Anti-Pamellites were captured by the
Pamellites, viz., Kilkenny, South Meath, N. Boscommon, E.Wioklow, and Limerick (since
recovered). The Anti-Pamellites, on the other hand, gained three seats, N. Galway and
W. Clare from the Pamellites, and Londonderry from the Conservatives.



COST OF GENERAL ELECTIONS.

The expenses incurred by candidates at the General Elections, including the
returning officers* charges, are stated in Parliamentary returns as follows: —

♦1880 jei,736,781.

1885 421,026,645.

1886 £624,086.

1892 42958,632.

1896 £773,333.

* Before the operation of the Corrupt Practices Act of 1883.



THE ILLITERATE VOTE, 1896.



Electors who
voted as

" Illiterates."

England 26,610

Wales 2,911

Scotland 4,062

Ireland 40,367

United Kingdom 72,940



Total No.


Proportion of


of votes


Illiterates to


Polled.


Total.


2,976,848


1 m 116


218,978


1 in 73


447,691


1 m 110


220,606 .


1 in 5


3,868,923*


1 in 63



* From Parliamentary Paper 84 of 1896. These figures differ from those given on
page 177, as a different and less accurate method of enumeration has been adopted
in the Parliamentary return.



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180



ELECTORAL STATISTICS — Continued.
BYE- ELECTIONS, 1 868-9 7.



MINISTERIAL GAINS
1— Mb. Gladstone's Ministry, 1868-74.
Losses.
1869— Wareham 1872— Galway Co.

Glasgow University. Londonderry

Stafford " " -



AND LOSSES

2— Lo&D Beaoonsfield's Ministbt.
1874^.



Dumfries Co.

1870— Colchester
Shrewsbury
Southwark
West Surrey
Isle of Wight

1871— Durham
Hereford
Newry
Plymouth
East Surrey
Truro

Gains.

1869— Horsham
Taunton

1870— Bridgnorth
Dublin
Norwich
Nottingham



North Notts.

Oldham

Tamworth

North- West Yorks.

South-West Yorks.
1873— Dover

Exeter

Gloucester

Greenwich

Hull

Kenfrewshire

Shaftesbury
1874— Stroud



Totallosses 30

Total gains 6

Net loss 24 seats.



a— Mb. Gladstone's Ministry, 1880-5.
Losses
1880— Wigtown District 1882— Salisbury

Sandwich ,„_ „ .,

Oxford City 1883-Southampton

Evesham i?'f ,^ . .

Louth MaUow(Nat.)

Buteshire Monaghan Co.

Berwick 1884— Brighton

t Qo, Ji*^®'^^ Cambridgeshire

1881-Coventry Athlone (Nat.)

I*- ^^«1 , South Warwick

Knaresborough

North Durham 1885— West Gloucester

North Lincoln Wakefield

Stafford

Gains.

1880— Bandon

1881— East Cumberland

1882— Liverpool

1883— Ipswich

Hastings

1885— Antrim Totallosses 25

Total gains 6

Net loss 19 seats.



5— Gladstone-Rosebeby Ministbies, 1892-5.
Losses.
1893— Huddersfield
Linlithgow
Hereford
Great Grimsby
1894— Forfarshire

Lincolnshire, Brigg
1895— Norfolk, Mid
Walworth
Inverness Co.
Gains.
1893— WalsaU

Pontefract

Northumberland, Hexham
1895— Colchester

Total losses .... 9
Total gains 4

Net loss 5 seats.



Losses.


1875— Norwich


1877-Oldham


Manchester


Grimsby




1878— Tamworth


Brecon Co.


Newcastle-


1876— Carmarthen


under-Lyme


Cumberland, E. Maldon


Frome


1879— Glasgow


Leitrim


Donegal


Gains.


1874— Northampton


1877-Wilton


Oxford


1878— Worcester


Boston


Co. Down


1875— Tipperary


New Boss


1876-Cork


18S0— Southwark



Totallosses 15

Total gains 10

Net loss 5 seats.



4 — LoBD Salisbuky's Ministry^
1886-92.

Losses.
1886— NiL
1887— Lincolnshire, Spalding

Cheshire, Northwich

Burnley

Coventry
1888— Edinburgh, W.

Southampton

AjT District
1889— Lanark, Govan

Kennington

Rochester

Peterborough

North Bucks.
1890— North St. Pancras

Carnarvon

Barrow

Lancashire, Eccles
1891— Hartlepool

Suffolk, Stowmarket

Leicestershire, Harborongh

Cambs., Wisbech

Devon, South Molton
1892— Lancashire, Rossendale

Gains.
1888— Yorks., Doncaster
1890— Ayr District



Total losses
Total gains..

Net loss



. 2
.. 20 8eato



6— LoBD Salisbuby's Ministry,
1895-97.

Losses.

1896— Southampton

Somerset, Frome

Wick Dt.
1897— Essex, Walthamstow.

Lancashire, Middleton.



Total losses .



5 seats.



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J



ELECTORAL STATISTICS — continued.
BYE-ELEOTIONS, 1895-7.



181



VOTES RECORDED AT CONTESTED BYE-ELECTIONS SINCE THE
GENERAL ELECTION OF 1896.





Polls at Bye-Eloctions.

-


Last Previous PolL


Constituency.


Unionist.


G.L.


Unionist


G.L.


1896— St. Panoraa, South


2,631


1,375


2,433


1,223


Lambeth, Brixton


4,493


2,131


4,198


2,199


Staffordshire, Liohfield


8,955


4,483


3,858


3,902


Southampton


5,522


6,567


6,966


6,167


Montrose District


2,672


4,566


2,462


8,594


Kerry, East


680


1,961


253


2,600


Somerset, Prome


4,763


5,062


5,043


4,660


Wiok District ..,


842


1,054


913


889


♦Bradford, East


4,921


4,626


6,843


5,139


1897— Yorkshire, Cleveland


4,080


5,508


4,175


4,762


Salisbury


1,426


1,278


1,404


1,187


Forfarshire


4,965


6,423


4,718


5,169


Essex, Romford


8,166


8,031


8,257


6,430


Essex, Walthamstow


6,289


6,618


6,876


4,523


Glasgow, Bridgeton


4,381


4,506


2,719


3,161


Surrey, Chertsey


4,846


3,977


4,589


2,761


tHalifax


6,262


6,664


6,475


6,085


Hampshire, Petersfield


3,748


3,828


3,912


8,008


Sheffield, Brightside


4,106


4,289


3,661


4,938


Denbighshire, East


2,848


5,175


3,115


4,899


J Yorkshire, Bamsley


8,464


6,744


4,653


6,820




6,664


5,994


5,926


5,061


Liverpool, Exchange


2,711


2,667


2,884


2,630


Deptford


5,317


4,993
104,799


5,664


4,425


Total


97,670


98,976


94,212



* Exclusive of 1,953 votes recorded
lyye-election.

t Exclusive of 2,000 votes similarly
I Exclusive of 1,091 votes similarly



for an Independent Labour candidate at the

recorded,
recorded.



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182



HOUSE OF COMMONS.



MEMBERS AND CANDIDATES, 1885-1897.



Thb vollowing List contains thb Names or ai^ Meicbebs or the House of

GOMICONS AND CANDIDATES, FROM THE GhNEBAL ELECTION OF 1883 TO THE

16th Novembeb, 1897.

* Members of the existing Parliament ; t Members and Candidates who
became Peers; t Members, &c., since promoted to Non-Parliamentary Offices;
Unsuocessfol oandidatares are in italics; d. signifies decease.



Abraham^ J. OomwaUt 8.E,

^Abraham, W .Glamorgan,Bhondda.

♦Abraham, W Cork, N.E.

„ Limerick, W.

AckerB^ B, St. J, Olouceaterah., 8.

♦Acland, Bt. Hon. A. Yorks, Botherham.

Acland, C. T. Dyke... Cornwall, N.E.

Acland, Bt. Hn. Sir T. Somerset, W.
*Acland-Hood, Sir A. Somerset, W.

Adantf B. A (Glasgow , Central.

^Addison, John, Q.C. Ashton-mider-Lyne.

Adye, Oen. Sir J. M. Bath.
fAgar-EUis, Hon. L. G.

(Vise. Clifden) Northanti, E,

Agg-Gardner, J. T... Cheltenham.

Agnewj Sir A.N.^ Bt, Dumfries Dt.

Agnew, Sir W., Bt... Lanes., Stretford.
„ Lanca.t Preatwich,

Ainslie, W. Q.^d. ...Lanes., N. Lonsdale.

Ainsworth, D Cumberland, W.

Ainsworthj J. 8. ...Barrow.
♦Aird, John Paddington, N.

Aitchiton^ D Clackmaftnan.

♦Akers - Doaglas, Bt.

Hon. A Kent, E.

Alexander, Sir C7., Bt. Ayrshire, S,
♦Allan, W Gateshead.

Allen, A. A Qloucestersh., S.

Allen, O. P Oloiicestersh., Mid.

Allen, C. F. E Pembroke Dt.

Allen, H. G., Q.C. ...
♦Allen, W Newcastle-u-Lyme.

Allen, W. S Newcastle. Stoke.

♦Ailhnsen, A. E. H.... Salisbury.
♦Allison, B. A Cumberland, N.

AUsopp, Hon. A. P... Taunton.
♦Allsopp, Hon. G. H. Worcester.
tAllsopp, Hon. S. C.

(Lord Hindlip), <2...Taunton.

Ambrose, D., M.i>.d. Louth, S.
♦Ambrose, B., M.D...Mayo, S.
♦Ambrose, W., Q.C. ..Middlesex, Harrow.
tAmherst, W. A. T.

(Lord Amherst of H.) Norfolk, S.W.

Anderson, 0. H., (2... Elgin and Nairn.

Anderson, J. H. Yorks, Holdemess.

Annand, J. Tynemouth.

f Anson, Viscount

{E. of Lichfield) Staffs., Lichfi>eld.
♦Anstruther, H. T. ...St. Andrews Dt.

Anstruther, Col. B. L. Suffolk, S.E.

Anstruther, SirB.,^^. St. Andrews Dt.
♦Arch, Joseph Norfolk, N.W.

Archdale, W. H. Fermanagh, N.



Arktoright, F. C. ...Derbyshire, W.

Armitage, B Salf ord, W.

Armitagef V. K Lanes., EccUs.

„ Salford, W.

Armitage, W. Yorks, Holmfirt/t,

Armstrong, W. C, H.Tipperary, Mid.
f Armstrong, Sir W.

{Lord Armstrong) Newcastle-on-Tyne.

♦Arnold, Alfred Halifax.

Arnold, Sir Arthur. Dorset, N. Salford, N.
♦Amold.Forster,H.O. Belfast, W.
„ ...Darlington.

„ ...Dewsbury.

♦Arrol, Sir W., Kt. ...Ayrshire, S.

♦Ascroft, B Oldham.

♦Asher, A., Q.C Elgin Dt.

Ashley, Bt. Hon. E. . .Ayr Dt. Dorset, N.
„ ...Glasgow, Bridgeton.

„ ...Lof Wight. Porttm.

♦Ashmead-Bartlett,

Sir Ellis Sheffield, Ecdesall.

♦Ashton, T. G Bedfordshire, S.

„ Cheshire, Hyde.

Ashworth, Wm Durham, Chester-le-

Aspinwall, T Wigan. [Street.

♦Asquith, Bt. Hon.

H. H., Q.C Fife, E.

Astbury, J. M., Q.C. Manchester, S.W.
♦ Atherley- Jones, L.A.Durham, N. W.

Atkin, P. W. Liverpool, Everton.

♦Atkinson, Bt. Hon. J.Londonderry, N.
Aubrey, W. H S. ...Canterbury. Devon^
„ ...Hackney, N. [B.

♦Austin, Sir John, Bt..Yorks, Osgoldcross.

♦Austin, Michael Limerick, W.

Av>stin, S. P Sunderland.

Ayhner, CaptJ.E.F. Bethnal Green,S.W.
Ayrton, Bt. Hn.A., d.Mile End.
♦Baden- Powell, Sir G. Liverpool, Kirkdale.

tBaggallay, E Brixton.

♦Bagot, Capt. J. F. ...Westmorland, S.
Bagot-Chester, Col. Suffolk, N.

*Bailey, James Walworth.

Bailey, J. C Yorks, Sowerby.

Bailey, Sir J. B., Bt. Hereford.

„ ...Herefordshire, S.

♦Baillie, J. E. B Lavemess Co.

Baily, L. B., d I/pool, Exchange.

Bain, Sir James, Kt. Whitehaven.
Bainbridge, Cavt, ...Cork.
♦Bainbridge, E. M. ...Line, W. Lindsey.
Baines, H. S., d. ...Leeds, N.

♦Baird, J. G. A Glasgow, Central.

Baird, John Lanark, N.W.



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183



BairstoWj W. Yorks^ Keighley .

♦Baker, Sir John, Kt.. Portsmouth.

Baker, L. J Somerset, Frome.

„ SurreyjN.W.

♦Balcarres, Lord Lanes., Chorley.

♦Baldwin, A Worcestershire, W.

♦Balfour, Bt. Hon. A. Manchester, B.

Balfour, G. B Berwickshire.

„ Box burahshire.

Balfour, Sir G., d. ...Kincardine.
♦Balfour, Rt.Hon. G.W.Leeds, Central.
♦Balfour, Rt. Hon. J. B.Clackmannan.

Balfour, Jabez S. ...Burnley. Croydon.

„ Walworth.

„ '. Ywka, Doncaster.

Ball, G. M SuasexjE.

Ballantine, W.H.W. Coventry.

Ballardy B Bethnal Green, N.B.

♦Banbury, F. G Peokham.

♦Banes, G. E West Ham, S.

Banks, Rev. E. G. ...Kent, Thanet.

Baptie, T. P Bath. Maidstone.

Barber, W., Q.C., d. Wilts., E.

Barbour, J. D Antrim, S.

Barbour, W. B., d.... Paisley.

Barclay, J. W Forfarshire.

Barclay, T Kirkcaldy Dt.

Barham, G Islington, W.

Baring, T. C, d London. Essex, S.W.

Baring, Viscount Beds,N. Winchester.

Barker, John Maidstone.

♦Barlow, J. E Somerset, Frome.

„ Cheshire, Kn utsford.

„ Denbigh Dt.

Barnard, E. B., d.... Essex, E. and W.

Barneby, W. H. Hereford.

Barnes, A. . . .'. Derbysh., Chesterfd.

Bai-neSjF.E Surrey, 8. E.

♦Barnes, F. G Kent, N.E.

„ Derbysh., Chesterfd.

Barnes, G. N. Bochdale.

Burnett, W. D Fulham.

Barran, Sir John, Bt.Yorks, Otley.
„ Leeds, Central.

Barratt, F. L Devon, Torquay.

Barrow, J. B Derbyshire, Mid.

Barrow, R. V Bermondsey.

Barrow, 8 Cornwall, W., Kent,

„ Sussex, N.W. [N. E.

♦Barry, E. R. C Cork, S.

♦Barry, F. T Windsor.

Barry, John Wexford, S.

Barry, M. M. Banff shr. Morpeth.

♦Bartley, G. C. T Islington, N.

Barton, Col. C Tipperary, 8.

♦Barton, D. P., Q.C. Armagh, Mid.

♦Bass, H. A Staffordshire, W.

tBass, Sir M. A. (Lord

Burton) Staffs., Burton.

Bate, Boger Cheshr., Eddiabury.

Bateman, G Holborn.

Bates, Sir E.,Bt.. d. Plymouth.
♦Bathurst, Hon. A. B.Gloucestersh., E.

Batten, H. C. G Dorset, W.

Batten, J. B.y d Shrewsbury.

Baumann, A. A Peckham.

Salford, W.

Baufngarten,Capt.E. Derbysh., Ukestqn.

Baxter, G. W. Montrose Dt.

Bay ley, E. H Camberwell, N.

♦Bayley, Thos Derbysh., Chesterfd.

„ Yorks, Barkston Ash.



♦Beach, W. W. B. ...Hants, W.
♦Beach, Rt. Hon Sir

M. Hicks, Bt Bristol, W.

Beadel, W. J., d. ...Essex, Mid.

Beale, E. J. St. Pavcras, 8.

Beale, W. P., Q.C... Aston Manor,

„ ...Birmingham, Centl.

„ ...Warwickshire, N.

Beatty, 0. H. Clielsea.

Beaufoy, M. H Lambeth,Kenningtn.

Beaumont, H. F. ...Yorks, Colne Valley.
Beaumont, H. G. ...King*i Lynn.
Beaumont, W. B. ...North'nd,Tyne8ide.
♦Beaumont, W. C. B..North'nd, Tyneside.
„ „ ...Wakefield.

♦Beckett, E.W Yorks, Whitby.

Beckett, W., d Notts, Bassetlaw.

Beotive, Earl of, (2.... Westmorland, S.

Beddall, A Southwark, W.

Bedford, J. Norwich.

Beesly, Prof. E. 8. Westminsttr.
„ Marylebone, E.

♦Begg, F. FaithfuU... Glasgow, St. RoUox.

„ La}nibeth,Kenningtn .

Beith, G Inverness Bt.

„ Glasgow, Central.

Bell, Henry Inverness Dt.

Bell, Hugh Middlesbrough.

Bell, W.A LeithDt.

Bell, Sir W. J., Kt... Caithness Co.
fBellew,Hn.C.B.{Ld,)Kilkenny, JV.

Belsey, F.F. Kent,N.E. Bochester,

♦Bemrose, Sir H. H... Derby. ,

Benn, J. W St. George's East.

„ Deptfora,

Bennett, Sir John, d.Wilt8,N.

Bennett, Joseph Lines., Gainsboro'.

Benskin, T Bethnal G^een, S.W.

Benson, G. R Oxon, Mid.

Bentinck, F. C Carlisle.

Bentinck, Rt. Hon.

G. C, d Whitehaven.

♦Bentinck, Lord H. .. Nottingham, S.
...Norfolk, N.W.
Bentinck, W. G. C...Penryii & F.
Beresford,Lord Chas.Marylebone, E.
Beresford-Hope, Rt.

Hon. A. J., d Cambridge Univ.

Beresford-Hope, P... Kennintiton.
Bernard, Capt. T. S.King's Co., BiiT.
♦Bethell, Com. G. R... Yorks, Holderness.

Bethell, J. H. Essex, S.

Bethune, C. C Clackinannan andK.

Bevan, Thomas Gravefend.

♦Bhownaggree, Sir M.

M., K.C.I.E Bethnal Green, N.E.

Bickersteth, R Salop, N, Leicester.

Bickford-Smith, W... Corn wall, Truro.

♦Biddulph, M Herefordshire, S.

Biggar, J G., d Cavan, W.

Biggs, B. H. W Cheltenham.

i^Bigham, SirJ. C. ...L'pool., Exchange.

„ E.Toxteth.

♦Bigwood, J Midd'x, Brentford.

„ Finsbury, E.

♦Bill, C Staffs., Leek.

Billany, N Hull, Central.

♦Billson, A HaUf ax.

Devon, N.W.

,. Bradford, East.

Bird, Walter Wolverhampton, E.

Birkbeck, Sir E., Bt. Norfolkj^E.

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MEMBEBS AND CANDIDATES, 1885-97.



Birkmyre, W Ayr District.

♦Birrell, A., Q.C Fifeshire, W.

n Lancs.y Widnes,

M Liverpool, Walton.

Jiisaelly J. B Bristol, E.

JSlack, A. W, Bdinbitrgk, Central.

Blades, J. H West BromWich.

Blaine, Sir B. S., Kt. Bath.
♦Blake, Hon. E., Q.O.Longford, S,

Blake, F,D Tynemouth,

Blake, J. A., d Carlow Co.

Blake, J. C 0(yrk City,

Blake, T .'. Gloucester, Forest.

Blane, A Armagh, S.

n Weatmeath, N.

Blaydes, W. Cheltenham.

XBlennerhaaset, Sir B.Duhlin, Harbour.

Blennerhasset, B. P. Manchester, N.E.

Bloomfield, F. G. ..,Waterford.

Bloomfield, J. C, d... Fermanagh, N.

Bloor, Mi Birmingham, N,

♦BlundeU,Col. H. B. H. Lanes.; Ince.

Blunt, W. 8 Oamherwell, N.

n Deptford. Kiddemi*r

Blyth, James Yorks, Bamsley.

Boase, W. L Perthshire, E.

Bodkin, M. McD. ...Boscommon, N.
♦Bolitho, T. B Cornwall, W.

Bolton, J. C Stirlingshire.

♦Bolton, T. D Derbyshire, N.E.

iBolton, T. H St. Pancras, N.

iBomvas, H. M., Q.C. .Hants, New Forest.

♦Bond, E ^ Nottingham, E.

» M T Southwark, W.

Bond, G. H., rf .Dorset, S.

Bonham-Carter, J... Hants, B.

Bonnerjee, W.C Barrow.

♦Bonsor, H. C. O Surrey, N.E.

Boord, Sir T. W. Bt.Greenwich.

Booth, J. Halifax.

Boothman,J. N. Blackburn.

Borlase, W. Cornwall, Mid.

fBorthwick, Sir A.,Bt.
(Lord Glenesk) Kensington, S.

Bosanquet, F.A., Q.CWorcestersh.^ E.
♦Boscawen, A. S. G...Kent, S.W.

Bottomley, Horatio.. Middlesex, Hornsey.

Bottomley, J. H. Gateshead.

♦Boulnois, E Marylebone, E.

Boulter, S. C Yorks, Spen Valley.

Bovrke, Hon. A.H... Clapham.
tBourke, Bt. Hon. B.

(Ld. Connemara)... King's Lynn.

♦Bou8field,W.B., Q.C.Hackney, N.

„ ...Lanark, Mid.

♦Bowles, H. F Middx., Enfield.

♦Bowles, T. Gibson ...Lynn B. Salford, S.

Bowman, A Belfast, N.

Bowring, W. B L'pool, Abercromhy.

„ „ Exchange.

Boyd, Hugh F Durham, 8.E.

Bracken, T. H. Leeds, S.

Bradlaugh, C, d. ...Northampton.

Bradftey. Capt. J. A.Badnorshire.

Brand, Hon. A. G. ...Cambs, N.
fBrahd, Hon. H. B. Gloucestersb., Mid.
(Vise. Hampden) ..Cardiff.

Brand, Hon. T. S.... Hastings. Sussex, 8.

♦Brassey, Albert Oxon, N.

f Brassey, Sir Thos.... Hastings.

(Lord Brassey) ...L'pool, Abei-cromby.
„ ...St. Andrews^ Dt,



Brassey^ Hon. T, A... Surrey, Mid,
„ ...Christchurch.

BretJierton, C. E Middx., Tottenham

XBrett, Hn. B. B., C.B. Plymouth.

Brewis, O. W. Essex, N,

Bridgeman, Hn. F.C. Bolton.

Bridgemanf W. C. ...Worcestersh. N.
„ ... Derby sh., Mid.

Bridgman, H. H. Taunton.

♦Brigg,J Yorks, Keighley.

Briggs, W. E Lanes., Clitheroe.

„ Blackburn.

Bright,Bt. Hn. Jacob Manchester, S.W.

Bright, Bt. Hon. J., ci.Birmingham,Centr'l.

Bright, John A „

Bright, W. L Stoke. Boehdale.

Brindley, J. B Newcastle-u-Lyme.

Brinton, J Kidderminster.

Briscoe, J. I. King*s Lynn.

Bristowe, T. L., (i.... Norwood.

Broad, H. E Derbyshire, S.

♦Broadhnrst, H Leicester. Orimaby .

„ Nottingham, W.

„ Birm., Bordesley.

Brocklehurst, F. Bolton.

Brocklehurst, W. 0. Ches., Macclesfield.

Brodie, H. F. A., d. Elgin <k Nairn.

Brodie, B Glasgow, College.

♦Brodrick,Bt.Hn.St. J. Surrey, S.W.

Bromby, O. H Liverpool, Walton.

♦Bromley-Davenport,W.Ches.,Macclesfield

Brooke, F. T ...Fennaiutgh, S,

fBrooke, Lord

(E. of Warwick) Colchester.

Brooke, Sir A.D.,Bt.Fennanaqh, S.

Brooke, Col. T, Yorks, Colne Valley.

♦Brookfield, A. M. ...Sussex, E.

Brooks, E. W. Essex, S.E.

Brooks, Bev. O Durham.

Brooks, John, d Ches., Altrincham.

f Brooks, Sir Thos,... Lanes., BossendaJe.
{Lord Crawshaw).

Brooks, Sir W. C.Bt.Ches., Altrincham.

„ „ Macclesfield.

♦Brown, A. H Salop, Mid.

Brown, A. L Hawick Dt.

Brown, Col. J. C. ...Sussex, S.

Brown, J. S ,Down, S.

Brown, SirW.B.,Kt. Salisbury.

Browning, Oscar ...Lambeth, Norwood.

„ [/pool.. West Derby.

„ JVorcestershire,Ea8t.

JBruce, Sir Gainsford Holborn. Barrow.

„ Northd., Tyneside.

tBruce, Lord Henry Wilts, N. W.
(Marq. of Ailesbury)

Bruce, J. Greenock.

Bruce, Hon. B. V.,d. Fife, W.

Bruce, Hon. T. C, d.Portsmouth.
♦Brunner, Sir J. T.,Bt.Che8., Northwich.

Bryant, O Monmouthshire, S.

♦Bryce, Bt. Hon. J.... Aberdeen, S.

♦Brymer, W. E Dorset, S.

♦Buchanan, T. B. ...Aberdeenshire. E.
„ Edinburgh, W.

Buckley, Abel Lanes., Prestwich.

Buckley, W. J. Ca/rmarthensh., W.

♦Buckniil, T. T., Q.C.Surrey, Mid.

Bugler, J. U., d Kent, S.

♦BuUard, Sir H., Kt...Norwich.

Buller, C. W. Devon, N

Bullivant, W. P T. Hamlets, Poplar.

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Bunting, P. W. Islington, E.

♦Burdett-Coutts, W. Westminster.

Burgess, Joseph . ...Leicester.
fBnrghley, Lord (Marq.

of Exeter) Northants, N.

Burke, E. Haviland..Dublin Co., S.

t> Kerry, N.

Burleigh, J, B Lanark, Oovan.

„ OUisgoiP, Tradestou.

,, „ Camlachie.

Burnie, B. J. D Swansea Town.

♦Bums, John Battersea. Nottm..

Burt, Charles Southampton. IW.

„ Surrey, Kingston.

♦Burt, Thomas Morpeih.

tBury, Viscount Birkenhead.

(E. of Albemarle)
Buszard, M. C, Q.C. Butland.

„ „ Warwickshire, S.E.

♦Butcher, J. G., Q.C. York.
Butler, Hon. H. E.... Windsor
Butler, Sir T. P,,Bt.Oarlow Co.

Buxton, E. N Essex, S.W.

Suffolk, N.W.

Biixton,F. W Hants, W.

Buxton, Sir B.,Bt.t d. Norfolk, S.

♦Buxton, S. C Poplar. Croydon.

„ Peterborough.

Byles, W. P Yorks., Shmley.

tByrne, Sir E. W., Kt. Essex, S.W.

Byrne, G. M Wicklow, W.

Byme,T.F. Manchester, N.W.

Byron, A. W. Derhysh., Chester fd.

Oaine, W. S Bradford,E., Barrow.

„ Middx., Tottenham.

Caldheck, Capt. B... .Dublin Co., N.
Caldbeck, Bichard ...Qu€en*s Co., Ossory.

♦Caldwell, J Lanark, Mid.

„ Glasgow, St. RoUox.

„ „ Tradeston.

Callan, Philip Louth, N. and S.

♦Cameron, Sir C, Bt. Glasgow, Bridgeton.

„ ...» College.

tCameron, J. Mc D....Wiok Dt.

*Cameron, B Durham, Houghton.

„ Sheffield, Central.

tCampbell, Sir Arohd.

(La. Blythswood) Eenfrew, W.
Campbell, Sir G., d. Kirkcaldy.

Campbell, H Fermanagh, S

Campbell, James ...Sligo, S.

♦Campbell, J. A., Glasgow, Ac, Univ.

Campbell, B. F. F., d.Ayrm.

tCampbell, B. V. Glasgow, College.

♦Campbell-Banner-

man,Rt.Hn. Sir H.Stirling Dt.
Campbell - Walker,

Col., d Grimsby.

Candy, G., Q.C Southampton.

Carbutt,SirE.H..Bt. Monmouth Dt.

♦Carew, J. L Dublin, Coll. Green.

„ Kildare, N.

Carington, Hon. B... Bucks, 8.

♦Carlile, W. W Bucks, N.

fCarmarthen, Marq. of

(D. of Leeds) Brixton. Cambs., E.

Carmichael, Sir J. M.Glasgow, St. Bollox.

,, ...Northants, S. d; N.

♦Carmichael, Sir T.G.Edinburgh Co.
,, ...Peebles Co.

Carpenter, Dr. A., d. Surrey, S.E.
„ ...Bristol, N,



Carr, W., jr Yorks, Morley.

•Carson, Rt. Hon. E.

H., Q.C Dublin University.

Cartwright, T. M. M. Northants, S.

Carttoright, W. C. ...Northants, Mid.
♦Carvill, P. G. H Newry.

Cator, John. Norfolk, N.

♦Causton, R. K Southwark, W.

„ Colchester.

Cautley, H. S Dewsbury.

Cavan, Earl of Somerset, S.

Cavendish, Ld. E., d. Derbyshire, W.
♦Cavendish, R. F. ...Lane, N. Lonsdale,
♦Cavendish, V. C. W...Derbyshire, W.

♦Cawley, F Lane, Prestwich.

♦Cayzer, Sir C. W. , Kt. Barrow.
♦Cecil, Lord Hugh ...Greenwich.
♦Chaloner, Capt. R. G.Wilts., W.

Chamberlain, Arth. Worcestershire, S.
♦Chamberlain, Ht.Hn. J. Birmiifgham,W.
♦Chamberlain, J. A.... Worcestershire, E,

Chamberlain, Rich'd. Islington, W.

Chamberlayne, T. ...Southampton.

Champion, H. H. ...Aberdeen, S.

Chance, P. A Kilkenny, S.

Chajtce, T. H. Middx., Tottenham.

♦Channing, F, A Northants., E.

♦Chaplin, Rt. Hon. H..Lincolnsh., Sleaford.

Charlesworth, Major Wakefield.

„ ...Yorks, Normantun.

Charley, Sir W. T... Ipswich. Belfast, E.
♦Charriiigton, S Mile End.

Charsley, F., d Bucks., Mid.

Chatterton, H. W.... Cheshire ^ Creice.

Cheetham, J. F Derby sh., High Peak.

» Bury.

Cheetham, J. M Oldham.

♦Chelsea, Viscount ...Bury St. Edmunds.
...Suffolk, N.W.

Chesney, Gen. SirG,,d.Oxford.

Chester- Master, Col. Gloucestershire, E.

Childers, Rt. Hon. H.Edinburgh, S.
C. E., d Pontefract.

Chinnery, W. M. ...Battersea.

Chisholm, J. Kirkcaldy. Perth.

Chisholm, S Glasgow, Camlachie.

Christie, G. S Chesliire, Hyde .

Churchill, Lord R., e^.Paddington, S.

„ ...Birmingham, Centl.

♦Clancy, J. J Dublin Co., N.

♦Clare, O.L Lanes., Eccles.

♦Clark, Dr. G. B Caithness.

Clark, G. L Glamorgan, E.

Clarke, Gen. Sir A... Chatham.

Clarke, C. G Dulvnch.

Clarke. C.J. Bucks, Mid.

♦Clarkei SirE., Q.C... Plymouth.

Clarke, T. C, d Grantham.

„ Hammersmith.

Clay, A. T Yorks, Elland.

Clayden, A Dulwich.

Clay den, P. W. Norwood.

„ Islington, N.

Clayhills, Col. J. M...Yorks, Whitby.

Clayton, N. G., d. ...Northumd.,Hexham,

Clayton, Bichard ... „

Clements, C Peckham.

Clements, W. B Cavan, E.

♦Clough, W. O Portsmouth.

Cobb, H. P Warwickshire, S.E.

Cobbold, F. T Suffolk, N.W.

Cochran-Patrick,B.,d. Ayrshire, N.

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Cochrane jSir H.fKt. Dublin^ Coll. Qreen.
♦Cochrane, Hou. T. H..Ayrshire, N.
t Cochrane - Baillie,
Hon. W. (Ld. Lam-

ington) St. Pancras, N.

*Coddington,SirW., Bt.Blackburn.

*Coghm, D. H Stoke-on-Trent.

„ Newcastle-u-Lyme.

Cohen, A., Q.C Southwark, W.

*Cohen, B. L. Islington, E.

Cohen, L. L., ci Paddington, N.

Coke^ Hon. E. K.,rf Derhy»hirey S.
Colchester - WemysSf

M. W Olouce»ter%h.yF'Of'D,

Coldstream, J. P. ...Wigtownshire.
Coldwells, F. M., ci.... Lambeth, N.
Colebrooke, Sir T., ^.Lanark, N.E.

ColefaXj J. S ..Dewsbury.

tColeridge, Hn. B.(Ld.)Sheffield, AtberolifEe.

Colesy J....\ Herts, Mid.

♦OoUery, B Sligo, N.

fCollier, Hon. R. {Ld.

Monkswell) Chatham.

Collin, D. Shilton ...Birmingham, E.

„ Liverpool, W.Derby,



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