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PREFACE. 






A YEAR ago the Autumn Sitting was responsible for the 
later publication of the Liberal Year Book. It has 
been thought desirable this year to revert to the original date 
of publication, and this, the fourth issue of the Liberal Year 
Book, is accordingly corrected up ta November 15th, and 
published on December 1st. 
i Space has been found in the present volume for a number of 
new features, and the Year Book (like most of its kind) grows 
steadily larger, the growth in three years being exactly 60 pages. 
Every section of the Year Book has been revised and corrected 
with, the utmost care ; and the number of alterations and ' 
coiTcjctions necessary each year would probably astonish all 
except those who have actually had experience in similar work. 

No attempt has been made to tell the political story of 
1907. That will be found in the easily accessible pages of the 
fifteenth volume of the Liberal Magazine, which will be ready 
about the middle of next January. 

To the friends who have in very many ways been good 
enough to assist or criticise us, we are once again sincerely 
grateful. 

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have escaped detection will be much appreciated, as will also 
suggestions for next yearns issue. Corrections and suggestions 
should, for obvious reasons, be sent as early in the year as 

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Other Principal ORGAjriJSATiONa 

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SocnmEs AXD Asstki 

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The House of Oommona ........ 

LiBintAL AXD Labour Members (with Biogrtiphies) , 

COMSERVATIVES 

l^IBERAL UxIONIST:* 

Natiokausts 

Pk£bb wrni Heir.s in the House op Commons 

MuMBERli OK PaRUAMENT WHO HAVE DlCD IN 1907 , , . . 

MlNisiRiRs, 1HJ)5 1!)07 

ParUament and Parliamentary Procedure .... 
Rjboothation— England and Wales 

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UifiTED Kingdom (Tbade^ Commerce^ and CoNDrnoN ov the People) 

Taxation [Mi*ogKn and REMrrjED . , 

Booke for Liberals; a Short Bibliography for the Use 
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ReSOLtTlOVS PASSED B\' THE HoilSE OF CoMMOHl . , , . . 

The Statute Book of 1007 

Principal Liberal Clubs (England and Wales) 

Parliamentary CovsTirirENLiK's. Ei.ErmHs, &c 

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CHIEF ORGANIZATIONS 

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LIBERAL CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. 

41 Parijament Street, W'kstminstkr. 8,\V. 

Pr§9id9ni ... The Rt. Hoh. Sir Hekry Camfbeij-Baknermak, G-CB., M.P. 

Chairman .., *, ,, The Rt. Hon. Geohoe Whiteley\ M.P, 

Hon. Secretttry , Sir Robert Hltii^ok. 

lt»^l AdpUi^r ... Sim Hemry Paoei- Cooke* 

Telegrams: * Animation/ Londoti. Telephone : 2119 Victoria. 

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

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Chief \\Tiip of the Party and for the pernianent officials of the Liberal 
Central Association. 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 iioints and fresh phases of registra- 
tion and election law ; it publishes and circulates gratuitotisly to Liberal Agents 
honk 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 tn-ojlma Chairman of the Association. An 
Executive and a General Committee* consisting of Liberal Peers, Members of 
Parliament, and prominent Lilierals, are elected yearly. 

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

NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION, 

42 Parliament Street, Westminstkk, S.W. 

PrssidmU ... ... The Rt. Hon. A. H* D. Aci anu. 

Chairman of CcmmittM Siu Edwaro Evans, 

Treaturm- ... ... .,. ... .,. Robert Biru. 

S9cr€iary ... ... Sir Robert Hudson, 

Agsisiant Secrifiary ... *.. Frakk Bakteh. 

Tele(frams: * Lf beriLlizo/ LondoiL. Telephone : *il31 Victoria. 

FoiNnED in 107T, the Inaugural Meeting was held at Birmingham, and 
was attended by Mr. Gladstone, who, in an historic speech, welcomed the 
formation of the new organization. 

The Federation is a Union of Liberal Associations established on a popular 
and representative basis. Atl AmoeiafionH^ thttjt ronHlthttmi, arti tUffihh for 
ajitiatimi. No interference with the local independence of the Federated Asso- 
ciations is involved. Eitch Assocmtion arranges the deta.\is of \\s o^tv «t^ii?KMar 
tiflw and administers its own aifarrs ; but from time to time, aivd oxv b3\ wtc»3^«o» 



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I a CHIEF LIBERAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



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 forma! political programme is submitted for general ac- 
ceptance ; but the opinion of Litierals on current questions is* as o<*casion may 
require, promptly and authoritatively ascertained. Thus the whole strength ana 
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 particiiLar measures of reform and progress to which priority shall be given. 
This oDJect can only be secured by the organization of the party upon a repre^ 
sentative basis ; that 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 reprei^sentative basis, throughout the country ; to bring such organiza- 
tions into union, so that by this means the opinionji of Liberals, on measures to 
be supported or resisted, may Ije readily and authoritatively ascerlained ; and to 
aid in concentrating, upon the promotion of reforms found to be generallj 
desired, the whole force, strength, and resources of the Liberal Party,' — [Exiraei 
Jr&m the orighial siutsm^nf- of * tfw propomd ohjsctg of a Natlmml F^rlsration of 
Liheral A m&cia tions. "" ] 

The Constitution of the Federation is as follows : — 

(1) An EjcecutlvB C&mmiitee consisting of the Officers with not more than 
twenty other members (Members of Parliament being ineligible) elected by 
ballot by the General Committee at its first meeting in each year. Its functions 
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 tliese meetings ; and generally to carry on the oflScial 
business of the Federation. I 

(2) A Gmtm-ai CmnmUim^ consisting of the Officers and Executive Committee ' 
together with representatives of cAch of the Federated Associations and all 
Liberal Members of Parliament ; each Liberal Association representing the 
whole of a Parliamentarj'' Constituency appointing three meml>ers, and Associa- 
tions otlier than those representing an entire constituency appointing one 
member. Its functions are : — 

{a) To aid in the formation of Liberal Asso<'iations based on popular 
representation, and generally to promote the objects of the Federation. 

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

(<?) 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 Committee- 

(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 eveiy thousand electors 
or f motion of one thousand electors, and Assm-iations other than those repre- 
senting an entire cou.stituency appointing members not exceeding tJiree for any 
one Association. Its functions are : — 

To express m its discretion by resolution the opinions of the Liberal Part}' 
cf/7 surh guesfions as are deemed by genetal conseivt io \at tsU iVvt ^rst im- 
portance, and ^rent-rally to act as the authorVtatiivc ai^d x«:^x«^a«EDXa»a!^* 
'^Tu^i"^'^ ar the rank nnd £le of the Liberal Patty l\^xo\i%Wut ^w^aaA \ 



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CHIEF LIBERAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



HOME COUNTIES LIBERAL FEDERATION 

fTHK HOME COUXTIBS DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL LIBERAL 
FEDERATION K 

12 Parliament Street, WEaTMiNSTEH, S^W* 

mdMii ..* ... .** Earl CARmrKoxox, K.G,, G,C.M.G. 

Chairntan of Mjp«cutiv€ Commit t^te G. Leve80N Gower. 

Hon, Sefrrefarif ... , .,. Noei- BirxTosr. 

Trmsttrer ... Capt. thk Host. H* S. Stanhope, R.N. 

S*cr^ry .., ,.. - , W. M. Ckook. 

Anistant Seer«tarif ... „, Johx CLAmiti, 

Telegrams: • ARrgretwive/ London. T«irip/icm* : 84'J Victoiia, 

The Home Counties Liberal Federatian is the headqimrters organization 
for the Liberal Party in the following nine counties :— Berkshire, Bucking- 
Uamshire, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey ♦ and 
Sussex. 

The Federation maintains offices in Parliament Street for carrying on the 
work, necessarily m large part done in London, of introdycing candidates and 
LjBcnts to the const it uencien, obtaininji^ spciikers for meetings, &c. The Feder- 
Hton also provides lantern lectures during the winter on subjects of current 
^folitical interest \ circulates large quantities of literature ; keeps a Secretary 
' continually at work visiting the constituencies, and assisting them in improvhig 
'cir organization ; and advises on points of law in regard to registration, &c. 

LIBERAL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT. 

42 Paroamknt Street, AVkstmtnbter, S.M'. 
R. C. Lfjimanw, M.P* 

SiK RotlEHT HUDSOW. 

1% ... CHARLEa GeAJCE. 

Smretary ., .., John Hekderson, 

Trfe^Ttiawts.' *Publ!eola/ London. 3>f«jjAon#.* 861 Vietoria. 

JThe Liberal Publication Department is under the combined auspices of the 
National Liberal Federation and the Liberal Central Association* 

It is the business of the Department to render efficient help to Liberal Assoc- 
iations and Clubs in their Etiucational work, by extending and systematising 
the preparation and produetion 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 quickly supplied to Members of Parlia- 
ment, Candidates, Public Speakers, 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 tlie 
Department, including tliree specially bound annual volume.';. 

The Lih^ral Ma^faztns is publishet! monthly, at an Annual Sub.scription of 5*. 
post free, and is an indispensable record for all Liberal Speakers, Workers, and 
Canvassers. All the bound volumes, covering the years 1893-1907 inclusive^ 
may be obtained. 

The Liberal Mimthty is a popular propagandist publication which costs 1*, 
a year post free. 

The Pamphlets is Leaflets published by the Department can be obtained, 
&s published, for an Annual Suhsf'riptioti of ^*. ti4» 

The I>epartm€nt is prepsLred to supply on modeTa^e leTnv?^ %s<c ^^s» ^"l 
Ljuttern Lectures (with slides). Several of the LecAutes Vitfc Yve.^ ^ ^<£a>ra\% n*^2gc^ 




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ciureixt political questions. All arc brij^htly and atbuctivelj written, and are 
well calculated to advance the cause of Liberalism. 

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

A careful record (|?oing back as far fts lSti6) is kept of the votes of Members 
in all the important Parliamentary divisions. An analysis of the votes of 
any Member, showing in simple phraseology what the signilicance of each rote 
was« can be itinnediately obtained^ at a small charge, by application to the 
Departirient. 

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, S.W. 

SCOTTISH LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Frmident ... The Ut. Hon. Siti H^xav Camphkm.-Bastnehi^ian, GX.B., M.P, 

Chairman of General Council George Greeit, 

JIan. TreoMtrer ... ,. The Master op ELiJBAjric, M.F, 



EASTERN SECTION— 95 Pai7fcF.s Street, EDKretraGH. 



Honorary SecrHar^ 
Sgcretar^ ... 

Telegrams : 

WESTERN 

HonoTfirtf Seersftjrtf 



Jakes Falcoxeh* W.S. 

A. a Woon. 

' Organ isse . ' Erllnburgh. Telephon e : m^,% 

SECTION — T West Georoe S'niEET, GiJisoow, 

NoHiwAN Lamont, M.P, 
William WEftsrrER. 



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7'clrgf^m.s : 'Liberal/ Glasgow. Telephone. : U4d Nalional ; 690 Corporation. 



Association is a Federation of all the Liberal Assoeia- 
is divided into two sections — the hettdqnarters of the 



The Scottish Liberal 
tions of Scotland, It 

Eastern Section l>eing at 95 Princeis 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 constitiiencies, by whom representatives are sent 
to form the General Council and the Executive Council of the Association. The 
former consists of twelve members from eat^h constituency, elected by the local 
Liberal Associations* and the latter of one member from each ccmstituency, 
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 tlie provinces, when questions of 
policy and of the various phases of political action are duly t^nsidered. 

Through means of its agents in the con.stituencies the Association is kept In 
constant touch with the reqtiirements of Scottish Liberalism, and is tbus in a 
position to advi.sc on all que^tion^ which may arise. It gives advice and assist* 
ance in all matters pertaining to Registration and Election law, and is always 
in a position to obtain the opitiion of Coimsel on any points which may arise, 
and carries Registration Appeals through the Superior Courts, 

The origin of the Association goes back to the great davs of 1B80, when Mr. 
Gladstone was carrying through his great campaign in Midlothian. In these 
days it was known as thp AYorfh and i^tiat f^f Srofland Llhand AMormthm^ and 
had its headquarters in Edinburgh. Following upon this, an organiayition was 
started in Glasgow under the title of the Smithk Liberal Ffthnitiou. These two 
bodi^ continued each to carry on jjolitical work within their own spheres until 
IftST, when they were amalgamated under the title of the Smtiinh Liberal 
-^.^0iorM^/mi, and they have continued to carry on their work under that dcHigna- 
t^n ever since. 



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I I Eosebery resigned it in 1900, while the Master of EHbank, the Liberal Whip for 

I! Scotlatia, acts as Honorary Treasurer, Liberal Peers and Members forSootland 
are all Honorary Members of the Association, while all tlie Office-bearers are 
I elected annually. The Annual Subscription to the Association for Honorary 
Members is not leas than one pound* but there is a large number of Subscribers 
who pay less sums, the amount of the Subscription being entirely optionaK 

LONDON LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

41 Parliament Street, WESTMiNaTKR, S.W. 
The Rt» Hoh. Sir Hekry Castpbetx-Banni-bman, G.C.B., M.P> 

W. H. DicKrNsoN, M,R 

¥ia»urer ... Lord Swaythunu. 

on. Secret-arif ... Cohrie GaAsfT, K.C.» M.P. 

fg^Utani SetrreUirt/ W. G. Raitev, 

Telephone : um Victoria. 

The London Liberal Federation consists of the members of the representative 
Liberal and Radicid Association in every London constituenL^y, together with 
the members of snrh Women's Liberal Associations as nuinber not less than ItXi 
TOembers, and are recognised by the Executive Committee of the Federation as 
representative of the women in their respet-tive constituencies. 
ij The Federation is governed by a Council and an Exe<^utive Committee, the 
[*i former consisting of six representatives elected by eac-h of the London Liberal 
r. Associations, and of one representiitive from each afUliated Women's Assof iation, 
1 1 The Officers and the Executive Committee me elected by the Council at its 
Annual Meeting at the beginning of the year. 

The F^cderation aims at co-ordinating and strengthening the Liberal Associa- 
lis throughout the Metropolis. It assists and advises Liberal Associations 
'irith regard to Hecistration and Organization ; it prepares and distributen litera- 
ture on current political questions, and generally acts as the Central Organiswition 
of the Party for London. 

WOMEN^S LIBERAL FEDERATION. 

12* Victoria Strket. Westminster* S.W. 

TnK CorNTl'I.SS OF CaH LISLE. 

f L AD V B a .>r tor u-Slac k , 

\MuH. Broaoi.ky Reid. 

Mrs. Kva McLaren. 

Miss MAHOARtrr Bcknkv. 

Miss Mahharet Epi*s. 
Miss McLaren Ramsay. 
Tetephotie: H70 Victoria. 



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An 
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fcn, SicrHarim 

ion. Trmmirm- ., 

^tiiry ... 

\Hiikianl BecrHary.,. 

TeUftratrvi : ' I^rojmgJviiciR/ London. 



The Women's Liberal Federation was formed in lH8(i by the Federation of 
, Women's Lil>ertd Assoeiutions. The first Council Meeting of representat- 
was held in 1887, when the approximate meniberaUip of tU? VeLds^^aJasitv 
60011. Its past Presidents are: Mrs. W. E. GladstoTLC, \^^*l ^t» \m'^J»%"pc^ 
Counte.s5 of Aberdeen, 1893 to J894; The Countess oi CwrWaVt, V«^^ \o - 
T/je Countess of Aberdeen, 1902 to 1906. 



CHISF LIBERAL ORGANIZATIONS, 



The objet'ts of the Federation are : — 

(I) To promote the adoption of Liberal prindples in the government of \ 
country. 

(3) To promote just le^slation for women (including the IocaI and Parlia- 
mentary' franchise for all women, miirried, single, or widowed, who possess anj^ 
of the legal qualifications which entitle men to vote), and the removal of all 
their tegal disabilities as citiaien*!. 

{3j To protect the interests of children. 

(4) To advance political education by meetings, lectures, and the dLstribution 
of literahjre. 

(5) To promote a Women's Liberal Association in every constituency, and 
also the admission of women to Membership in any existing Liberal Asso<'iations» 

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

The affairs of the Federation are managed hy a CounciU consisting of elected 
delegates from the affiliated Associations, and the Hon. Officers and Executive 
Committee for the time being. This meets annually to discus."! 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 Assot^iations in October, IflOT, 
was 613, with an approximate membership of ft^l,(KX). 

WOMEN^S NATIONAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 
138 Palack CuAMBSRft, Wbstminbtkr, SAW 

Pr^tdt*nt .., ... Hon. Mhb. Heniiy GiJki){«TO»s, 

Chairman of Exscniipe ... ... ... ... ,., ... Mrs. W. P. Byle8. 

(Mrs. Ainswohtu 
Mrs. BtrCHAXAN. 



ViC4t-Chiiirmsn 
Tredaurtir . . . 



Telegrams ; 



HoK, Mas. Martek DniV^ 
I Miss E, SnAw-LEtTiVRE^ 
^Mrs. a* W. So AMES, 

... Miaa MoKci. 

Misa E. E. Paoi 

Equality,' Jjondon. 



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The Women's National Liberal Association is a union of Lot*al Liberal Asso* 
ciations and of individuals de.siring" to co-operate with one another; and with the 
National Liberal Federation, for the ftirtherance of Liberal thought and Liberal 
policy, which naturally includes just legislation for women, and the protection of 
the interests of children. 

There is no interference with the local independenrc of affiliated Asso- 
ciations. Every Association arranges the details of its own organism tion, 
administers it? own uffairs* and iLiitiates its own t>olicy. 

The essential principle of the Women's National Liberal Association is the 
preservation of absohite 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 raaintenance 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 
tnsnsnetion of bu.^mcss^ and the promotion of such k^gislation as is by the 
gl^neml aoBsent of the Libeml Party deemed of tt\c fw^t Im^itta.'wcft. 




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Vice-Presideiits pay a mimmum AotiumI Subscription of one guinen ; Members 
suhscjibe at least one shiiling annually* and all Sub.sfriptions and Affiliation Fees 
are payable on election, and thereafter on 1st January. 






SCOTTISH WOMEN'S LIBERAL FEDERATIOH. 
7 West Gsorgb 9trbkt» Olasoow, 
The Lady Mahjohfe Sikclaih. 

r^pr^4^ {SJr^ ^:'x:r. 

H«..s^u^ - {£. ^w.*;r™''"*"- 

Bon. Tr^eawrm' ... ... ... Mrs. Gilbert Betth, 

^g/reiary ., .., . Misa Axice Youkgeb, M.A. 

IBifWepraww .* * C/o Ldbeml.' Glasgow. Telephone : 4445 National ; 690 PoRt Office. 

I Tele Scottish Woman's Liberal Federation was formed in 1H91 with the 
i following objects : — 

(1) To promote and extend the knowled^^e of Liberal principles. 
(9) To promote the fonnation of Women *s Liberal Associations in 
I Scotland^ and to afford to them a centre from whirh 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 independence or 
in any way interfering with their Constitution, Ilules, or iotal 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 account of sex; and the protection of the interests of 
children. 

(5) To communicate information and arouse interest among women on 
political and social questions l>oth of general and of local interest, by meetings, 
lectures, and individual e^brt. 

The Federation consists of all organizations 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 Wal Women's Liberal Association may 
also join on payment of a .small fee. 

Its affairs are managed 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 year 
and the policy of the Federation discussed. According to the last return, tnere 
are 103 affiliated Associations, with an aggregate membership of H,991. 

The SroUi^h Lihend Womsn^a Mai/azme (price U. a year, or Is. 6d. post free), 
edited by the President, the Lady Marjoric Sinclair^ is issued monthly by the 
Federation. It aims at gathering together points bearing on the chief questions 
before the country, and reminding its reaacrs of notable utterances by public 
inen during the current month, with the object of helping Liberal workers. It 
IB also a useful medium of information, discussion, and suggestion between the 
various Branches of the S.W.L.F, ^ 

A Letutm(7 Lihran/ of works on political and socfisi qAae?fe(i\iS.^\5^>Afe\»Q*5«JSi^ 
Spa, is kept at the ofHce of the Federation, from w\i\eh ail TOemtact^ <ilN5 ot^vecv 
IJ teTA/ Asso ciations throughout Scotland may borrow free oi c\s»x^'&. 

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CHIEF LIBERAL ORQANIZATIONS, 



EIGHTY CLUB. 
S Harb Court, Temflb, BLO, 

Prmidml The Rt. Hon, the Mahquess of Ripon, K,G. 

Trsamrer , J, C. BwixHaasx-HA^rBJiaf, 

Ssersiaty .». ,.» „. .,, „, „, .,. ... R, C. Ha¥ 

Tdegrams: * Octuagrtnta,' London. Tdephone: i745 Holbom, 

The * Eighiy * Club was originally formed in the year IBBO, shortly before tl 
General Election of that year, with the object of promoting Liberal Educatioi 
and of stimulating Liberal organization, especially with reference to the electii 

which was shortly to take place. The necessity for some such body was felt . 

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 country. 

Since that Hrae it has been felt desirable to continue the work for which the 
Club was originally formed, and at a meeting in February, 1581, 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 g^ve assistance 
by speaking at Clubs, Debating Societies, Liberal Associations, Public Meetings, 
and also by delivering Lectures on poUtical subjects. 

Committees of local organizations are invited to communicate with the 



Secretary, stating (1) the subjec^t preferred; (3) the date, time* and place of 
meeting; (3) the number of persons the hall holds; and (4) the probable num' 
present. A series of meetings can be ar ranged for if desired. No fee is charg 



Election to the Club is by ballot, ana candidates must be proposed an 
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. 

Whitekajll Place, S.W. 

Premdent of th« Ckth ami ^ « « v r^ r^ f^ *» r^ 

Chah-min of Gemral CommiUee }- '^*'"- Cabmiioton, K.G.. G.C.M.G. 

Chairman of Political C&mmilim ... , Ric hard St a h i .kt . 

Vke^Chairmm /Rev. W. D. Mobhison, LL.D. 

\Capt. the Hojf. FiTzRor Hemphtix, L.C.C. 

S^ereiary Donald MuBitAV. 

TeUgraTns : ' Enelsee,' London. Telephone ; SlBl Gerrard j 672 Victoria. 

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

The objects of the Club are i-— 

(1) To provide a central, convenient, and Inexpensive Club in London for 
X^iberAls throughout the Idngtiom, at which they may obtain every comfort and 



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Qub advantage, and where they may meet In friendly intercourse and inter- 
I diange information and views ; 

(if To further the interests of the Liberal cause ; and 

(3) To foundt in connection with the Club, a Political and Historical Library, 
I to be caUed the Gladstone Library, as a permanent memoriat of the services 
I which the Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone rendered to his country. 

The Club is the recognised Headquarters of the Party for Dinners, Recep- 
tions, &c., and also for affording active Liberals of all ranks, from every part 
the country, opportunities for Social and Political intercourse. It provides 
; accommodation of a first-class hotel at much less than hotel charges. There 
i i4Ai Bedrooms. 

The Gladstone Library is considered to be one of the best reference libraries 
I the United Kingdom. 
The Annual Club Subscription is 6/. 6g, for Town, and 3/. :^. for Country, 
^mbers. The rates for Junior Members are respectively 2L '^s. and 1/. 1*. 



jjBbn, Tr^wturer 
I Bm, Seeretary 



LIBERAL SOCIAL COUNCIL. 

2 Victoria Strekt, Westmlnstble, S.W. 

.*. The Countess op Cmewe. 
... .« ... Mitij. Hahcourt. 

.« MbS. SyUNEV BlJXTOK, 

♦.. ... .,. Misa M. M. Wills, 

Tdephone : 373 Victoria. 

Tire Liberal Social Council is an organization worked by women* and 
I founded in lJM)i3 to arrange social gathering-ii in different centres for the 
entertainment of all members of the party, in coKjperation with the existing 
bcal Liberal Associations. 



NATIONAL REFORM UNION. 

Cbntral Office : 50 Ha worth's Buildings, Crobs Street, MANOnEaTEH. 
London Office: 50 Pakliamext Stkhkt, WKaTjwiNaTERt B.W. 

d^U ... ... Loan Weardai^e. 



oirman of Ex0cuUm CommittM 

8mr«taty 

Mrmr ... 



J. Heubemt Thkwlis. 

... H. J. OODEN. 

♦,. .., GEfJROE Rhodes. 

Arthur G. SvMONns. 
Ttlegrams: * Polltlos/ Manchewter. 

I The Obje*"ts of the National Reform Umon are :— 

The dissemiiiation of political knowledge* and the fiirtherance of Liberal 
nidation, espc<-ially in the County Constitutncies. 

) The promotion and agitation of any feading question which an important 
on of the Liberal Party may from time to time place before the nation, and 
1 to which it may be thought desirable to move and instruct public 
on. 

National Be form Union was ibimded at a great Coiita^ivtii \\<^^ m ^ 
bestt^r In 1864, over which Mr, George Wilson presided, and at >N\v\e\\ tokss^ 
f Indent of the AnU-Com-Law League were present. T:\ie\t o\j\t<:Xv*as.V*a 
,tr^t^ and focus m one National Organiaation tVve se^eiaX t^c^ ^^^^s^^^ 



i^iBBm^ Ys^ book:/ 



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were working in different parts of the country for the Parliametitary Reform 
whi(*h was ol>tairied by the Reform Aft of 1867. After that the efforts of the 
Union were dire<*ted to many other Reforms, for the areomplishment of which 
the coimtry had to thank the Liberal Administration of IKfiH-lHT*. The defeat 
of the Liberal Party in 1H74, and the necessity of reorganising 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, lft75t at which Mr. John 
Morley was the principal speaker. Numbers of Branches were formed in all 
parts of the country, and a large 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 
directed. 

The terms of Membership of the Union are (a) for individuals, an Annual 
Subscription of 1** and upwards, {b) for Clubs and Associations, an Annual Sub- 
scription of 2l8. Every Branch is represented on the General Council by its 
officers and two delegates appointed annually, and they, as well as every 
subscribing member, are entitled to attend and vote both at the Annual 
Meetings* when the Honorary Officers are elated and the policy of the Union 
is determined for the ensuing year, and at any Special Meetings which raay 
be called at political crises. 



Prssidsnt 

V%€0-Pre8identa 

^ Trsasurer 
Hon. Secretaries 
Secretary 



LIBERAL LEAGUE. 

34 Victoria Stbeet. Wkbtmtnster, S.W. 

The Rt. Host, the Eari. of Rosebery, KX 

(The Rt. Flojf. H. H. AsaiiwH, K-C, MP. 

J The Rt. How. Sir Hekry H. Fowt.er, G.CS.L, MJ 
•"ITme Rt. Hon. Sm Edward Grey, Bt., M,P, 

^Thk Rt. Hok, R. B. Haldaxe, KX., M.R 
R. W. Perks, M.: 

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M. Paltltox, M.P. 
Freeman-Thomas, M. 



Telegrams: * Adherent/ London. 



Tdephofie : 278 Victoria. 



The Liberal League was formed in 190^ for the purpose of bringing togetlier, 
with a view to common action, all those who approve of the policy expounded 
by Lord Rosebery at Chesterfield, It believes that upon those Unes progress 
can best be made with that practical Liberalism which the conditions of the day 
urgently require. 

In the following utterance Lord Rosebery laid down the broad foundations 
of the Liberal League: — 

* The t^iberal League takes its root in no party disloyalty and in no personal 
intrigue, but in a deep and patriotie anxiety as to the condition and as to the 
efficiency of this country. It threatens no one, it proscribes no one, it sets 
itself in antagonism to no one. It offers, in my conscnence and in my judgment, 
the best means of setting the Liberal Party right with the country. It repre- 
sents, at any rate, practical pohtics, 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 
pal/t/caJ truth and on political justice, \t w\\V pteNoW.^ ^tvftlever may be the 
snla^onism against it. If it be not so founded, it doea taoV daafex^^i ^ ^t^sm*^" — 
O^^da^^ijm, March lOth^ LQO^. 




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CHIEF LIBERAL ORGANISATIONS. 11 

■ NEW REFORM CLUB POLmCAL COMMITTEE. 

■■ 10 Adelphi Terrace^ Strand, W,C. 

Wiairman „. ,♦* Lawi) Weahbale. 

VicthChairman .,. ... ... ... ,.. ... ... John A* Hohson. 

Hon. Trstuurtr ... F. W. pEXKitit Lawrknce* 

Sicr»tafy „. ... ,.♦ Houord Kniohtt. 

Telephone : 73B0 CentraL 
The New Reform Club Political Comroittee is the result of the amalgamation 
of the League of Liberals against Aggression and Militarism with the New 
Reform Club* Its finances are distinct IVom those of the Club, a special 
Propagandist Fund being raised for the purpose of advancing Liberal Principles* 
To resist the spirit of Aggression and Mtlitajism is one of the definite objects of 
the Committee^ The Politicid Committee is elected annually by the Members of 
the Club, together with all subscribers of a rainimiun sum of 2s. <JtL to the Special 
Propagandist Fund. 

LEAGUE OF YOUNG LIBERALS. 
New Reform Club. 10 Adelphi Terracs. W.C. 

Pnmdent ... ... . ... Frankon Thomasso^t, M.P. 

ChairTnan of Council • C. W. B. Phebcoit. 

Boh. Tr&€uur&r ... ,. 09Waij> Partinotok, M.P» 

flofi. Secretary ,., .., .., J. Aitbrey HEEfi. 

The objects of the League are i^dS to stimulate the study of questions of 
National importance— historical, social* and industrial ; and (6) to promote pro- 
gressive principles among young men and young women. All young men 
yted young women in agreement with the objects of the I^eague are elij^ible to 
^BCome members upon the acceptance of their application by the Council. 
^^Kning 1TO7 a Federation of London Branches (5 York Buildings, Adelphi, 
W.C. — Hon, Sec, Alexander White) was formed* and Sir WilBam Collins, M.P., 
elected President. The minimum yearly subscription to the Central Body is 
t», 6//,, payable on admission. The League has (November, 1JK)7) 54 Branches 
ID London and the Provinces. 

YOUNG SCOTS SOCIETY, 

Hon. Secretary's A(klrais:—'JSl Wiiax Gkorok Street^ Glasgow. 

Hoji, President .,. ... JoH>r W. Gci-uand, M.P. 

Pr€tidimt ... ... ... Robert Hay. 

Hqu. General K^eer&tari/ und TrmMurer.., ... ... John' M. CitosriiWAiTE. 

The Society was founded in_ Gctob«ri l9iK\ to stimulate interest in 
Progressive Polities, to encourage the study of History, Social and Industrial 
Science, and Economics, and generally to promote Liberal principles. The 

Fmum Annual Subscription is -2*. 6tL The Society has (November, 1907) 
ches in thirty towns throughout Scotland. 

Y CYNGHOR RHYDDFRYDIG CENHEDLAETHOL GYMREIG 1 
(WELSH NATIONAL L10ERAL COUNCIL), 

2Glt:t^N£ S'Wti'irirriSitlNTYPOOL. 

itlenl ... ... * Thk Rt. Hon, D, Lu>yd-Geohoe, M.P. | 

Pr*^i(ienl ... W. Bhace, M.P. j 

•#r ... Chas. E, Bri3E3E. 

lirrmtA of Ex6€utw» ComntHtes ,, ... Ald. E. Thomas. I 

Strr*>(ary ... Vi Kv:v"^\t ^. ^\i^^\a>- 

Teie/zramfi : Walter Hughes, PoiktypooY. 

Tfff: above CornicU is wiade up of representaVives ittim ^Jft^fe ^^^'^^^'^'J^S^^V 
ara/ OiE^maUons of Wales and Monmouthstoe. aiid ttom ^^^^^ 





Ji-nJKBAl. YRAR BOOK, l^OS. 



I 



la CHIEF LIBERAL OBGANIZATIONS. 



Women's Liberal Association, The Council t'onsisU of about 120 Delegates « 
and has an Executive of about 30, called the General Purposes Committee, out * 
of which have been appointed Sub-Comraittces for dealing with (1) Finance, 
(2) Literature, (3) Organization. There is no affiliation fee. The income ig_ 
derived from voluntary subscdptions. ^ ^ 

SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED AND ASSOCIATED LIBERAL AGENTS7 

Ht>n. Sc/^€i(iry\*i Address .*-'27 Btmo 8TKi£ii'i\ Hull. 
Chairimin ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .4.Sih Robkrt Hudson. 

Trea^iir^r ... , T. Palmkr N|n¥raoinjD, 

Hon. Secretary .., ... ..* ... ... ... ... W. Stanpohth. 

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

The Members of the So<.iety are denominated Fellows or Associates. 

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

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

(h) Agents who on 30th June, !900, were Agents of not less than five yearsT 
standings have filled their posts to the satisfaction of their respective Com- 
mittees, and have been duly admitted by the Examining Board. 

(f?) Persons who are professionally engaged in furthering the objects for which 
the Society is established, and who have, after examination^ been duly admitte^ 
Fellows by such Board. 

A^sociaUs are — 

Election or Registration Agents who have not qualified as Fellows, and ' 
may be admitted from time to time by the Members in the several District 
Associates shall not describe themselves as ' Certifif-ated Agents,' or use 
affix which, in the opinion of the Board, implies that they hola certificates, 

GLADSTONE BENEVOLENT FUND FOR LIBERAL AGENTS. 

Hon. Secretary's Address:— fl Bono Stbkbit, Hvlu 

Chdtrman „ Rohert Bird. 

Tr&a»itrer ... ... ... ... Sta Edward Evans. 

Hon, Secretari/ .,. ., ,. .., W. STANFonTH. 

The object of this Institution is the establishment of a Fund (a) For the rehcf 
of necessitous persons, being Meml>ers, who are, or who for five years have 
been. Liberal Agents within ten years of their first applying for relief, and who 
are incapacitated by age or infirm it,v from earning their livelihood, and (h) For 
the relief of the widovirs and orphans of deceased Members, and for no other 
purpoKe (except as provided by Rule 15). 

The Institution is carried on by means of donations and subscriptions, and 
by means of dividend.s from bequests and investments. 1 

All persons who are or have been Liberal Agents are eligible to become 
Members of this Institution, subject to the approval of the Board of Manage- 
ment, The Qoard has power to remove the name of any Member who, in their 
opinion, has ceased to b* a supporter of the Libera] 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. ^a*»h Member is entitled to one vote. 

Siihsctlptions are due the first of January in each year. Subscriptions in ^ 
^ Aij^ear f&t three months nultijy M ember sh\p ', t\ie Bowtd ol ^TaLTa.&:(|.tisie,T\V Wve \ 
j^wer la minstate Membets on payment of aTtears, \ 

LIBERAL TSAJt. HOOK^ IftOa* 



OTHER PRINCIPAL ORGANIZATIONS. 13 I 



The qualification for a Life Patron or Patroness is a donation of not less 
than one hundred guineas; that for an Ordinary Patron or Patroness an Annual 
Subscription of ten guineas. 

That for a Life Vice-President is a donation of not less than fifty ^lineas; 
that for an Ordinary Vice-President^ an Annual Subscription of not less than five 
^iineas. 

That for a Life Governor a donation of not kss than twenty-five ^inean ; 
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 PRINCIPAL ORGANIZATIONS. 

{The membership of these in not ejcclusively cofij^ned, to th<! Liberal p€iHy*\ 

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 
CjLxroN House, Westminster, S.W, 

Prfmd&nl , The Rt. Hon. A. H. D. AciJi^Nn. 

Treasurer ... ... Loin S^rAKi.£v of Aluerlev. 

Chairman of Executive Committee ... Johx Massie, M.P. 

Seeretarjf ... ,„ ,^ A. J. Mukdella. 

Financial SscTBt&rjf ... T. E. Minshall. 

Teff'grams: VZowimuH,' London. 

The National Education Assm-lation consists of persons approvinji^ of its 
objects and subscribing annitalLlj to its funds, Local Branch Assnciations formed 
in different parts of the country, and Affiliated OrjfaiiLzations formed for other 
obQeets but embracing those of the Niitional Education Association. 

The constitution and policy of the Association arc controlled by a Council of 
ree hundred members, representing ail parts of England and Wale.s, which is 
ted annually by the subscribers, branches, and affiliated bodies. 
The Association, which was formed at the beginning of lSHf>, has for its 
jects : — 

(1) To promote a system of national education whicli shall be in ail its 
Ics efficient, progressive, and unsectarian, and shall be under popular 
»ntro1 ; and also to oppose all legislative and administrative profmsaLs liaving 
contrary tendency. 
{^} To secure the universal establishment of representative autliorities in 
lets of suitable area, and having under their control unsectarian schools 
jthin reasonable rea<"h of the population requiring them. 

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

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

The Association seeks to ctTect these objects : — 

(rt) By publications, meetings, and lectures, and fey l\\e. cftViexAxofcw ^s^A. 
diffusion of //i/w/"//! a f /on ; \ 

ffij By watching- Uie proceedings of Parliaraent, o! \ive B«mT^ (A ^tA^siTisictfsvs^ 
^ucntion Authorities, and of other manaKeta oi 



I^IBKHJ^ YBAB, BOOK, 190^. 



14 OTHER PRINCIPAL ORGANIZATIONS, 



with a view to prevent the sacrifice of educational to denoiuiDational or other 
interests ; 

{c) By promotiiig, in Parliament and elsewhere, measures for the 
furtherance of the objects of the Asswiation ; 

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

(^) Bv obtaining the co<iperation 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. 



FINANCIAL REFORM ASSOCIATION. 
18 Hackins Hey, Liverpool, 

Prsiident ... E» K. Muspratt, LLJ 

Hi^n, TrnasuTBr {pro tmn.) Washixgtojt C. Rawu! 

Stferetajy... ... ... ... „, .,, J, W, S, Callib.* 

The Association is probably the oldest political Association in the Kingdom, 
having been established in AprQ, l&i9, to advocate Economical Government, Just 
TaxaHon, and Perfect Freedom of Trade. Its objects are defined to be : — 

(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. 

(9) 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^adjustment of 
the Land Tax. 

(4) The completion of the work of Cobden and the Anti-Com-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 skiD be broken, and the last duty abolished. 

A subscription of 5s. and upwards entitles a member to the various publica- 
tions of the Association, including the Financial Reform Almanac and the 
Financial R^ormer. • 

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



dl 



COBDEN CLUB. 

Caxton House, Totuill Street, WESTMiNerBH, S.W, 

Chairman qf Committee , Lord Wki.8Y. 

Treamr&r , „. Russell Rea, M,P. 

Secretary .., J* A. Murkav Macdonald, M.P. 

Tme Cobden Club was founded in Ifttffi, with the object of encouramng 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 

'' /k^A's, jmniphlets, mid haficts, and tlie orgau\-£at\c>u of iiVLcel^\%v;"^ ^^^ lectures in 

su/nmrt i,fFree Trade, Pmee, Retrenchment, and ^Rjef cirm. "tW C\u\. \% aV«^n^ \ 

re&£/jr ta place Its infotmation at the disposal of Pax\iatQfcYi\iir^ Cwa.^£i^BXjt&^\«iN 




OTHER PRINCIPAL ORGANIZATIONS. 15 



are supporters of Free Trade principles. With the further objet't of enr^ou raging 
the scientific study of economic questions, the Club spends considerable suras in 
giving prizes for political economy at the Universities and elsewhere. The Club 
also oceasionallv organises Club dinners^ to which notable Free Traders and 
cither distinguished men are invited. A quarterly Circular (Id.) Ls issued. 

The annual Membership .subscription to the Club is one guinea, without 
entrance fee* Every meraber is entitled to receive gratuitously ail the publi- 
catioDS of the Club. A new class of Associates has just been formed, with a 
6t. subscription, in order to increase the support of the Club, particuiarlv among 
the working classes. The management of the Chjb is vested in die Com- 
mittee, which reports annually to the gcnerfd body of members. 

FREE TRADE UNION, 
8 Victoria Street, Westminster. S.W. 

Chairman of CommitUs The Rt. Hok, A»No».n Morlkv, 

Vic0-Chair7nan *. ... ,.» ... Reginald McKenna, M.P. 

Hon. TrBcuiurer ... ... ... Alfhed Monih M.P. 

Hon. S^rretary , ... Cmahles MALLET,^flfLP. 

Telegrams : * Reliable," r^nd«Hu Telephone : 1(M Victoria. 

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

!i) To safeguard the free import of Food and Raw Material ; 
i?) To maintain the g^eneral principle that taxation should be imposed for 
revenue purposes only ; and, 

(3) To resist the reactionary Fiscal Policy of Mr, Chamberlain as t;eiiain to 
complicate trade relations with all the Colonies and to endanger the stiibility 
of tne Empire. 

The work of the Union is carried on through t^xistinjaf political and other 
organizations, and where necessary new orfj^anisc^ations are established for the 
promotion of the objects of the Union, General and statistical information is 
fiupphed, pnblie meetings and lectures arc organized, speakers and lecturers are 
provided, and lilerciture is distributed* 

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

The funds of the Union are furnished by voluntary subscriptions » 



WOMENS FREE TRADE UNfON. 

8 Yicn*oRiA Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Chairrnan of CommitUe ... ... ... ,., ... Mrs. Habcoukt. 

Mon, Treamtr^r Mrs. T. R. BueuAXAN. 

Hon. Secr,tar^ [ Ladv BA«mRB-S..ACK. 

Teiei/Tftjns : * Sentsilbltj, * I^na n d on. 



^n Jul 

^Keak 
^Kieh 
^[_Tht 



The principal object of tlie Women's Free Trade Union, which was formed 

July* I9fy.it is to bring knowledge of the principles of Free Trade to the women 

Great Britain. This is being done by meetings, large and smalU by supnlyintt; 

»akers on Free Trndc, and by providing simple \eafte\s ivudWxyLv^t \va\\v\^v\sOvw 

ieh ar^ explained the meaning of the terms RebvUatoi>f T wm-s^ V>vAW\V\fe^^ %aXi, 



The Union f^ entirely nuN-j>art>% and iue\udt;s amm^sl Vt^ ^^«=SLAai««^ 
umttee, V icc-Ptesidents, and Members, merabers ot aiV ^^\Wi\ \«rfW5», J| 




Y^AK BOOK, IQOB, 




16 OTHER PRINCIPAL ORGANIZATIONS, 

LAND LAW REFORM ASSOCIATION. 

31 John Strbet, ADKiiPHi, London, WX, 

President The Rt. Hon. Sir Walt Kit Fostkr* M.P. 

Tmagurer ... .., ... ... Walter }^a7.^\a^ 

Hmi. Secrsiartf . , . ... ... ... ... ... ... Jaai es Ro wi^an ds, M. P. 

The Land Law Reform Associatioo was formed by the amalgamation of the 
Free Land League and the Leaseholds KnfranchiBement Association. 
It has for its objects — 

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

(9) To promote the rating of ground values, including the values of building 
land held vacant. 

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

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

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

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

(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 
perpetual rent-charge, 

(H) Abolition of copyhold and customary tenure and obsolete manorial 
rights. 

f 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. 

(II) Conveyance of land by registration of title \ all interests in the property 
registered to be recorded. 

{12) 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 Assot-iation, 



ENGLISH LEAGUE FOR THE TAXATION OF LAND VALUES. 

m\\-Til Ktrani>. w,a 

Prmkhnt ... ... ... W, R. Lesi'eh. 

Trmhxurer , Lewis H. Berena, 

Smmtar^ , FitEUERicic Ve^rikdei^H 

Tni-: objef't 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 Shilling or more to its Funds. 

The Monthly Paper of the League, Ijaml Vnhim {hL^ post free IJ^J.)* I* 
J published on the first of each month, and is posted to every member who pays 
/' ^/r Annua) SuhscrlpUon of %if. 6d. or more to the League l^'unds. 

T/if Secretary Is .tiwnys g"Jad to hear from Assotm\!wivs t«:t\u\tvi\^\«:<A.\iieT^, 
spt^Arers, or //iemture on the Land Question. Lantern \^e«^\vTe» taa\wt uottiasv^l^ s, 



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SOCIMTIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 17 

SCOTTISH LEAGUE FOR THE TAXATION OF LAND VALUES, 

13 DcNUAS Stkkkt, Gi.asoow. 

President. ..* ,.. .., , James Fairlie. 

Trmrttrer ,. .., David Cassei-s. 

Sseret4iri/ .,. ,,. , ... ... Ja.^ies Brsnv, 

The object of the League is to secure the Taxadoti of Land Values, corre- 
sponding-ly relieving industrj'' of tlie burden of taxation. 

Membership of the Lea^je is open to all who approve of its object and pay 
an Annual Subscription of One Shilling or raore to its Funds. 

The Monthly Paper of the League, Lund Valtws {Id.^ post free l^iL\ is 
published on the first of each ntionth, and is posited to every member who pays 
an Annual Subscription of 2#. fir/, or more to the League l^'unds. 

The Secretary is always glad to hear from associatioDS requiring lecturers, 
speakers, or literature on the Land Question, 



SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 

fBemd^e the foregoing^ thefollottlng are selected aji liJeeljf to be of \me ami intcreM 

to Liberals J 

AsoHiGiifEs PHOTEcnoN SociET^', i Broadwayt Westminster» S,W, 
AciRicuLTUBAL ORGANIZATION SociEn.\DacreHousc,DacreSt., Westrainster,S. W. 
Agiucui^tithe, Centrai. CiiAMBEa OF, Bro4id Sanctuary Charat>ers, Tothill Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 
ALLfmHTENTs AND SaiAi L HoLDixos AssociAiTOK (Secretary's Address — 116 Viviau 

Road, Harborne, Birmingham). 
Avti-Slaveky Society, 284 to 2m Vauxhall Bridge Ro.id, S. W, 
Axn- Vaccination League, National, 50 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. 
AsTI'VI\^sEL■TloN Society, Naiional, 92 Victoria Street, S.W. 
BA1.KAN CoMxrm'EE, U) Ad el phi Terrace, W.C. 
BttiTisH Empfre League, 112 Cannon Street, E.C. 
Charitv OiiGANizATiON SocrEi-Y, 384- Vauxhall Bridge Road, S.W. 
CnrRCK CoMairrrEE vow Cmcrcm Defenxe and Ciickch lN3TRirmo>', Church 

House, I>ean*s Yard, Westminster, S,W. 
Chituch of Enoijvno Lihehal and Phogiiesmive LTnion (Hon. Sec., Rev. D. R. 

Fotheringham), l.'i Maitland Park Road, N.W. 
Co»r»rERCE, A^otiATED CiiAJHBERs OF, Parliament Mansions^ Westminster, S.W. 
Commons a>'u Footpaths Preservation Socfeti', 25 Victoria Street, West- 

minster, S.W. 
CoNSEftVAiivE Central OmcE, St. Stephen's Chambers, Bridge Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 
Co-<>PKRATivE Smau. Holdinos Soci^fy, 10 Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 
Co-orERATivE Union, g Nicholas Croft, High Street, Manehcfiter. 
Democtiatic League, Na'honat.* 57 Chancery Lane, W.C. 
Devon Liber au Feberatioj* (Sec., E. C. Perry), Castle House, Exeter. 
XhsESTABLisHMENT CotrNciT. FOR ScoTi.AND, 13 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh. 
Ea&ly Closino Association, ^1 New Bridge Street, E.C. 

.STERN Counties Liberal FEUERATiOfT, Cumfoergate, Peterborough. 
UntAN Society, 3 Clement's Inn, W.C. 

L ITxTON Committee, 3 iJ Craven Street, Strand, W.C. 

Church Council, National, Memorial Hall, t'aTrlu^dowStt^^V.,^.^* 

►ENT L,ABoim Part\\ 23 Bride Lane, E.C. 
tTATjoNAj. Aebithation League, 11 Lincoln's Inn Fieid^,^ .C'* 

^ATlOJfAZ ARJUTHA-riOff AJ^Jj PeACE ASSOCIATION, AW 0\»X^1tTe\^^e.,^X_. 




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18 SOCIETIES ANB ASSOCIATIONS, 



Laboua Pahty (Laboi™ REPHE8ENTATio>f CoMMTTTEx), ^ Victoria Street, West- 
minster, S.W. 
Lancashihf: FiiuKiiAnoN of Libeiial Ci.vba (Sec, W, R. Box), 193 Croston's 

Road, Bury. 
Land Nationalisation Sociitj'y, 432 Strand, W.C» 
Liberal Social Council, 93 Victoria Street, Westminster, S. W. 
Liberal Unionist Cocncil, (j Great George Street, Westminster, S-W, 
Liberation Socitrrv, C^axton House, Westminster, S.W. 

LiDEHTY AND PiiOPKRT^' Dkfence Lkaouk, 25 Viftoria Street, WestmiDster, S.W. 
London MuNit ifal Society, 1 1 Tothill Street, Westminster, S. W. 
LoNiJON REFORii Union, Trafalgar Buildings, Charing Cross, W.C, 
MAitRiAHE Law Reform AastJciATioN, 2 Dean^s Yanl, Westminster, S,W, 
Methopoljtan Rahical Federation (Hon. Sec., E. Garrity), 4- Hall Street, 

City Road, EX. 
Midland Education League, 14 Quadrant Chambers, New Street, Birmingham. 
National Phoiestant League, 13 and 14 Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C. 
National Society (Church VoluntOfty SchoolaJ^ 19 Great Peter Street, West- 
minster, S,W, 
National Sitnday LEA&irE, The, 34 Red Lion Square, W.C* 
Naitonal Trust (for places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty), ^5 Vietoria 

Street, S.W, 
National Union of Conservative .AjaiociAiiONH, St. Stephen's Chambers, 

Bridge Street, Westminster, S.W- 
Navy Leaovk, i:i Victoria Street, WestminsteT, S.W. 
NiNETY-Fm: Ci.ub (F. Willett, SecJ, 4-9 Spring Gardens, Manchester. 
Ninety-Nine Cluii, ^6 Basinghall Street, Leeds* 

NoRTHEHN Counties Educajton Leaglte, Castlemere, Rochdale, Lanes. 
Northern Liberal Fedehaiion, Caledonian Buildings, Pilgrim Street, New- 

castle-on-Tyne. 
Opiitm Tjiade, Society for the Suppression of the, IBl Queen Victorij 

Street, E.C. 
Peace Sociei y, 47 New Broad Street, London, E.C. 
PiiiMRosE Leaoce, ()4 Victoriti Street, Weiitminster, S.W, 
PaoTKSTANT Ai-iJANCE, 43t) Strand, W.C. 
RirRAL Labourers' Leai-ite, 110-111 Strand, W.C. 
Secular Education LEAGUf:(Sec., H* Snell), 19 Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C. 
Social DEaiociL^Tic Federation, 2iA Maiden Lane, W.C. 
Sir>'j>AV Socifrnr, 7 Pall Mall, London, S-W, 
Tabife Rerirm League, T Victoria Street, Westminster, S,W, 
Teachers, National Union of, fiZ and 71 Russell Square, W.C. 
Technical and Secondary EnircATioN, Naiional Stx^nn'v for Poomotion or, 

10 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 
Tempebance SocTi'rr\% The Church of Engi^nd, 4 The Sanc*tuary, West* 

muister, S.W. 
Trades Union Congress pAHUAMEK^rARY Committ^ee, 42>Efl!ingham House, 

Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. 
Unionist Free Food League, 38 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 
United Kingdom Alliance, '20 Tothill Street, Wesbninster, S.W. 
Women's Liuehai. UKioNurr Associaiton, Parliament Mansions, Victoria St., S.W, 
WojiEx's Local Goyernment SocTEr\% IH Tothill Street, WestmiiLstcr, S.W. 
Women's Sufi raok. Central Societv, ^25 Victoria Street, Westminster, S*W. 
Working Mi':N'fl Lord's Dav Rest Associaitok, 1^ John Street, Bedford 

Row, W.C. 
YoRKjiHiBE Libehal FEDKUAnoN, HiiKtlergatc, Bradford. 
YouNii Bri'iisu Liuerals' Society (Hon. Sec., E. P, Ray), I^iG Newtown Row, 

BirinJn^liam, 



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19 



THE HOUSE OF LOEDS.* 



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

The number of Members of the House of Lords on November 15th, 1907, was 616—512 
Hereditary Peers of the United Kingdom, 5 Life Peers, 26 Archbishops and Bishops, 
16 Scottish Representative Peers, and 27 Irish Representative Peers (the full number 
of such Irish Peers is 28, but there is one vacancy). Of the 542 Hereditary Peers, 12 are 
at present minors, and there is one case of contested succession, the total voting 
strengrth of the House of Lords being; thus 603. 

(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 ; «.fir., the Scottish Earl of Aberdeen sits as Viscount Gordon 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 Commons. 



Abebcorn, (S) Duke 



of 



iMarguesa) 

Abercbomby, Lord... 

L. Abbrdabe, Lord 

L. Abbrdben, (S) Earl of (Viact. 
Gordon) 

Abbboavenny, Marquess of ... 

Abingdon, Earl of 

Abinger, Lord 

L. Acton, Lord 

Addinoton, Lord 

AiLESBURY, Marquess of 

AiUBA, Marquess of 

L. AiREDAo:, Lord 

Alb ANY, Duke of 

AT.nii!T>gART,TB , Earl of 

Axi>ENHAM, Lord 

AUNOTON, Lord 

L. AXLBNBALE, LORD 

AULXRTON, Lord 

L. Axthobp, Viscount 

Alvbrstone, Lord 

Amherst, Earl , 



Family Name. 

1885 Hamilton 

1852 Abercromby 

1895 Bruce 

1870 Gordon 

1868 NevlU 

1884 Bertie 

1903 Scarlett 

1902 Dalberg-Acton .. 

1889 Hubbard 

1894 Brudenell-Bruce.. 

1870 Kennedy 

1907 Kitson 

1884 Prince of the Blood 

1894 Keppel 

1907 Gibbs 

1904 Sturt 

1907 Beaumont 

1909 Jackson 

1906 Spencer 

1900 Webster 

1880 Amherst 



House of Commons 
Constituencies. 

Donegal Co., 18eO<«0 



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



Yorks., Colne Valley, 
1892-1907 

Birkenhead, 1892-4 

City of London, 1892-1906 

Dorset, East, 1891-1904 

Northumberland, Hex- 
ham, 1895-1907 

Leeds, 1880-5; Leeds, N., 
1885-1902 

Northante., N., 1880-5; 
Northants., Mid., 1885- 
95&190Q-6 

Launceston, 1885 ; Isle of 
Wight, 1885-1900 

Kent, W., 185ft^; Mid 
Kent, 1868-80 



* Revised up to November 15tYi, IWl . 



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20 THE HOUSE OF LOEDS. 








Family Name. 


House 0/ Commons 
ConstitTieTicieji. 


Amherst ok Haoitnbt, Lord ... 


1«9* 


Tysaen- Amherst ... 


Norfolk. W., 1880^; Nor- 
folk, S.W., 1JKJ5-92 




Ajhpthill, Lard 


ISS4 


Ruflfiell 






Ancabtkk, Earl of 


1867 


Heatbcote-Drum- 


Boston, 185S-6 : Rutland. 








mofid-Willoughbjr I806-67 




Anglehbv, Mai'quesa of .. 


1905 


Pa«ot 






, Annalf, Lord... 


1388 


White 






1 Annesley, Earl {Irish R, P.) ... 


1877 


Anneslcy .., 


Cavan, 1857-74 




1 Ardilaun, Lord 


ism 


Qiilririe«fl 


Dublin, ISSS^H ; 1874-80 




1 Argyli.. Duke of ... 


1900 


Campbell ... 


ArsryDflhire, 1868-78 ; Man- 
cheHt€r, S., 1895-1900 




L. ARMrraTEAD, Lord ,.. 


ima 


Arnut>Htead 


Dundee, 1880^ 




ARMHTRONat Loi-d ., 


19t)S 


WatBon- Armstrong 






L. Arran, (I) Earl of {L. Budiey\ ... 


1901 


Gore ... 






Arundkll op Wardouk^ Lord , 


1907 


Arandell .,. 






Ashbourne, Lord ... 


18S5 


Gibson 


Dublin Univ., 1875-85 




r« AeHBURNHAM, Earl of 


1878 


Ashbnrnhain 






AamjuRiHJN, Lord *« 


1889 


Baring 






Abhoombb, Lord 


189IS 


Cnbitt 


Surrey, West. 1860-85: 
Surnjy, Epsom, 1883-92 












L. AsHTON, Lord 


ISB5 


Williamson 


Lancaeter, 1886-95 




ATHJ.UMNBr, (I) Lord {L. Mere^ 










dyth] 


1S7S 


Somerville 






Athotj^ ISJ Duke of {E. Stranffe\ 


ism 


StewartMurray,., 


J 


1 


ATKiwaoN, Lord (Life Peer) 


ims 


Atkinson 


Londonderry, K, 189JI.1 
1906 ' 


1 


Auckland, Lord 


1890 


Kdon „ 




AvKBURY, Lord ,. 


1900 


Lubbock 


MaidHtono, 1870-80 : Lon- 
don UMv.. 188ft-iaJ0 




ArLKej^ORD, Earl of 


1S85 


Finch 






Bagot, Lord .« 


1887 


Bagot 






Balfour of Burleigh, Lord 










[ScoUiifh JL P.\ 


1876 


Bruce 






BaNDOK, Earl of {Irinh R, P,} ... 


1881 


Bernard 






Bangor, Bishop of 


1901 


WlUlama ... ... 






BANaoB, Viscount {Ij^ah R. P.) 


1885 


Ward 






Barnard, I^ord ... 


1891 


Vane... 






Barrinoton, (I) Viftcount {L, 










Sh'ide\,. 


1^1 


Harrington 






Barrtmobk, Lord ... 


liMfi 


Smith-Barry 


Cork Co. 1867-74 ; Hunts., 
South, 1886-19G0 




Basing, Lord 


1894 


Sclater- Booth ,.. 






Bateman, Lord 


1901 


Bat-eman-Hanbury 






Bath, Marquesw of .„ 


1893 


Thyniie 


Somerset, Frome, 1886-fl8 
&1895^ 




Bath and Wklls, Biwhop of ,». 


urn 


Kemiion 




± Bathurst* Earl 


imi 


Bathurst 






1 L. Batterbea, Lord 


isy^ 


Flower 


BrecknockHhire, 1880-5; 
BedH., South, 1885-88 




1 I* Bbauchamf, Earl ... 


1891 


Lygon 






1 BKAUFORTt Duke of 


ISiJO 


Somorset ... 






I Bedkoru, Duko of ... 


isna 


HuiiNoU 






1 Belhaven and Stenton, Lord 










f/ ^Scaili^h B.P.\ 

/ IfMi.£^w, Lord (Irtifh Ji,P4 


19U} 


Hamilton ... 






i9r^ 


Belle w 




• 


BEi^Maa^:, Mirl of (Irish Ji.r,\ ... 


1867 


LowTY-Corry 






. £^i^£:r, l,ord 

r— — — ^^^ — ^ 


1880 


Stnitt 




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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



21 



Bebkbley, "Earl of 

BjfiuwiCK, Lord 

Bbssbobough, (I) Barl of {L. 

Ponsonby) 

BiDDULPH, Lord 

Birmingham, Bishop of 

u Blyth, Lord 

Bltthswood, Lord 



FdmUy Name, 

1888 Berkeley .. .. 
1897 Noel-HiU 

1906 Ponsonby 

190S Biddulph 

1905 Gore 

1907 Blyth 

1S9S Campbell 



BOUNGBBOKE AND ST. JOHN, 

Viscount (Jlfinor) 1899 St. John 

Bolton, Lord 1896 Orde-Powlett ... 

BoBTHWiGK,Lord(/8ScottisA12.P.) 1906 Borthwick 

Boston, Lord 1877 Lrby 

BOYNB. (I) Viscount {L, Brance- 

peth) 1872 Hamilton-Russell 



House of Commons 
ConstUuencUs. 



Herefordshire, 1865-85; 
Hereford, Ross, 1885-1900 



Renfrewshire, 1873-i ; 
Renfrewshire, West, 
1885-92 



L. Bbaboubnb, Lord ... 



Bbadfobd, Barl of 


1896 




u Bbassbt, Lord 


1886 


Brassey 


Bratbbooks, Lord 


1904 


Neville 


BRATB,Lord 


1879 


Vemey-Cave 


L. Bbeadalbane, Marquess of ... 


1873 


Campbell 


Bridpobt, Viscount 


1901 


Hood 


Bristol, Bishop of 


1903 




Bristol, Marquess of 


1907 


Hervey 


Brougham and Vaux, Lord ... 


1886 


Brougham 


Brownlow, Earl 


1867 


Cust 


BuccLBUCH, (S) Duke of {E, 




Montagu-Douglas- 


of Vonoaster) 


1884 


Soott 




1885 


Hobart-Hampden- 
Mercer-Henderson 






U BUBGHOLEBB, Loid 


1895 


Gardner 


BuRNHAM, Lord 


190S 


Levy-Lawson ... 


Burton, Lord 


1886 


Bass 




1900 


Crichton-Stuart ... 


Byron, Lord 


1870 


Byron 



... 1883 Knatchbull-Hu- Rochester, 1889-92 



Shropshire, North,1867-85 
Devonport, 1865; Hast- 
ings, 1868-86 



Somerset, West, 1868-80 

Bury St Edmunds, 1906-7 

Shropshire, North, 1866-7 
Midlothian, 1853-^8 & 
1874-80 

Essex, North, 1885^95 

Stafford, 1865-8; Stafik, 
East, 1868-85; Staflb., 
Burton, 188^^ 



Cadogan, Earl 

Cairns, Barl 

Calthorpe, Lord 

Camden, Marquess 

Camoys, Lord 

Camperdown, Barl of ... 
Canterbury, Archbishop of 
Canterbury, Viscount ... 

Carew, Lord 

Carlisle, Barl of 



CjkSifAitvoif, JBarl of 

CAKNWATEi, Skirl Ot 

n, J*,) ... 



(ScotHah 



... 1873 


Cadogan 


Bath, 1873 


... 1905 


Cairns 




... 1893 


Gough - CcJthorpe 




... 1872 


Pratt 




... 1807 


Stonor 




... 1867 


Haldane - Dxmcan 




... 1895 


Davidson 




... 1877 


Manners-Sutton... 




... 1881 


Carew 




... 1888 


Howard 




... 1880 


Herbert 


.. 1892 


DalzeU 


... 



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s'^^-fu. 7v^^^ H&ii^e of Commons , 
Family Name, Otmi^muenei^jf, 




u C^ARRrNGTON, Earl ,., 


I8fi8 


Wj nn- Carrington Wycombe, 1885-8 




Carfsfort, (I) Earl of {L. Carun- 








fort\ 


1872 


Proby 




CjiSTLEMAiNE, Lord {Irish R,r.} 


1898 


Handcock ... 




L>. Casti.btoWxN; Lord 


1983 


FitKPatrick ... Portarlinirton, 1880-3 




Cathcart, Earl 


19CJ5 


Catlicart ♦ 




Cawdor, Earl 


1898 


Campboll Carmarthensliirei, 1874-85 




CHBLMftFORD, Lord 


1905 


ThCKigcr ...... : 




Cmbsham, Lord (nfinor^ 


1907 


CavBodish ... 




Chkstbr, Bishop of 


1891 


Jaync ... ... l 




».. CHESTliRFIKLD, Earl Of 


1887 


So udamore-Sfcaiihope 




CHETI.E8MORE. Loi-d 


1902 


Eaton ' 




h. Chichester* Earl of 


1905 


Peiham 1 




CHOUMOT«>ELEy, MapqiiceH of ... 


1884 


Cholmondeley .», 




Churchill, ViHCountr 


1886 


Sptmcer ... 




Churston, Lord 


1871 


yarde-BuUer 




Claxoari-y, (I) Earl of (F. 








C/fxjifitirfj/) 


1891 


Le-Poer-Treneh „, 




Clakrioarde, UJ Mapquess of 








iL.SomerhUn 


1874 


De- Burgh-Canning Gal way Co. 1867-^71 




Clan WILLI AM, (I) Earl of (Z,. 








Ctunn^Uliam} 


1907 


Meade 




Clarenuon; Ear! of 


1870 


Vllliora Brecknockshire, 1889-70 




L, CLrFi>EN, (I) Viflcounfc (L. Men- 








dip) 


1882 


Agap-Robartes ... Cornwall, East, 1880-3 




Clifford of Chltdleiqh, Lord 


1880 


Clifford 1 




CuNTON, Lord, 


iyo4 


Hepburn - StuflJi; - 
Korbes-TrcfuBig 




Ctx)NBROGK. Lord {Irish J?, P. ) „, 


1895 


Dillon 




Ci^NCiTRRV, Lord ... 


1869 


Lawless ,.,... 




COBHAM, ViriCOUllt 


1876 


Lyttolton Worcestorahire^lL ,1888-71 




Coi/1 HESTER, Lord 


1867 


Abbot 




L. CoLEBROOitEp Lord -. 


imj 


Colebrooko ... ( 




L. COLBRirKJE, Lord 


ISM 


C<derlde:o Sheffield. Attercliffo, 

iaS>4J4 J 




COLLINB. Lord [Life Peer) 


1907 


Henn-CollinB .» , 




CoLVfr.T.R OF CULROSS, ViSCOUJlt 


lfi03 


Colville ... 




COMBERMERE, VlscoTint {Minor) 


1898 


atapletron - C^otton i | 




CoBfOLETON. Lord [Muwr'i 


1906 


Parnell ,i 




Conn AUGHT AND tjTRATHEARN^ 








Dukeof. H.R.H.. 


187U 


Prince of the Blood 




CONTNGHAM, {l^ MorquosB {L. 








Minster) 


1887 


Conynghani 




Cork and Orrery, (I) Earl of 








{L. Boyle) 


1904 


Boyle 1 




CorrENRAM, Earl of 


1381 


Pepya 




CoTTESLOE, Lord 


1890 


Frcman fclo Bucks. , 1876-85 




L, Courtney, I/ord 


19(W 


Courtney Lbkeard, 187^-85 ; Corn- 
wall, Boilmin, 1885-1900 




CouRTOWN, (I) Earl of \L. Salters- 








ford) 


1858 


Stopford 1 




Coventry, Earl of , 


1843 


Coventry 




CowT^Y* Karl 


1895 


WeHesley 




Cranbrook, Earl of 


1006 


Gathorne-Hardy... Rve, 19B8-80; Kent, Mid, 




Cranworth, Lord ... 


1902 


1884-n5 ; Kent, Med way, 
Gurdon 11886-92 ' 




J 3U Craven* Earl of 


1883 


CTraven 


/ Orawfobd, fS) Earl of {L, 






/ fP-^^n^ 


1880 


Liiidsay ... „. Wigan, 1874-«0 


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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



23 



Crawshaw, Lord 

L. Crewb, Earl of 

Crofton, Lord {Iriah R. P.) 

Ckombr, Barl of 

Cross, Yiscoont 

Cumberland and Teviotdale, 



Family Name. 
1899 Brooks 

1885 Crewe-Milnes 
1873 Crofton ... 
1899 Baring 

1886 Cross 



House of Commxms 
Constituencies. 



Preston, 1867-62; Lanes., 
S.W.. 1868-86 ; Lanes., 
Newton, 1885-6 



Duke of, H.RH. ... 



... 1878 Prince of tJie Blood 



Dalhousee, (S) Earl of {L. Ram- 
say) 1887 Ramsay ... 

Darnlet, Barl of (JrisAltP.)... 1905 Bligh 

Dartmouth, Earl of 1891 Legge 

Dartrey, Earl of 1807 Dawson 

DS Clifford, Lord 189i Russell 

Db Frbyne, Lord 1868 French 

Db La Warr, Earl 1898 Saekville ... 

Db LISLB AND Dudley, Lord ... 1896 Sidney 

Db Mauley, Lord 1898 Ponsonby ... 

Db Ramsey, Lord 1887 Fellowes ... 

DE Saumarez, Lord 1891 Saumarez 

Delamere, Lord 1887 Cholmondeley ... 

Denbigh, Earl of 1892 Feilding 

U Denman, Lord 1891 Denman 

Deramore, Lord 1893 de-Tarburgh-Bate- 



Kent, W., 1878-1885; 

Lewishcun, 1885-91 
Monaghan, 1865-8 



Hunts.,1880-5 ; Hunts.,N., 
188^7 



Derby, Barl of 

Derwent, Lord 
Desbobough, Lord ... 



Devon, Barl of 
Devonshire, Duke of 



... 1886 Stanley 



1881 
1906 



... 1904 
... 1891 



Vanden - Bempde • 

Johnstone 
Grenfell 



Courtenay ... 
Cavendish... 



Preston, 1865-8 ; Lanes., N., 
1868-85; Lanes.. Blaek- 
pool, 1885^ 
Scarborough, 1869-60 

Salisbury, 1880-2 & 1885^ ; 
Heref ord,1892-3; Bucks., 
Wycombe, 1900-6 

Lanea,N., 1857-68 ; Radnor 
Dist, 1869-80; Lanes., 
N. E., 1880-5; Lanes., 
Rossendale, 1885-^1 



DiOBY, Lord 


1889 Digby Dorsetshire, 187^^ 


Donboall, (I) Marquess of (Zr. 




Fishervjickh {Minor) 


1904 Chichester 


Donoughmorb, (D Earl of {V, 




Hutchinson) 


1900 Hely- Hutchinson 


Dormer, Lord 


1900 Dormer 


DoWNE,(D Viscount {L. Dawnay) 


1857 Dawnay 








1874 Hill 


Drooheda, Barl of (Irish R,P,) 


1899 Moore 


DuciB,Earlof 


1853 Moreton ^Xa^u^A^^Sftr^ 


'Dui>LMr, lEarl ot 


1885 Ward 


DumsBiN Aim AvA, M/irqueesot 


1902 Hamilton-TempVo- 




Blackwood 


LIBBRAX, 


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24 THE HOUSE OF LORDS. ^^ 






FamUy Name. 


House of Comm^ma 
Condtiiuencits, 




DUNALLEY, Lord {IrisJi R.P,) ... 


1891 


Prlttle 


Ml 




DUNBOYNE, Lord {Irish R.P.'i ,., 


1901 


Butler 


m 




DuNPONALD, Karl of {Scottwh 






■ 




R.P.) 


1886 


Cochrane 


■ 




DupfEDiN. Lord 


10O5 


Murray 


Buteshire, 1891-190S V 




DuNLisAxn, Lord , 


i8a5 


Mulholland 


Londonderry, N., 1885-B5 n 




DUNMORE, IS) Earl of [L. Dttn- 










rnorf) 


liMlT 


Murray 


' 










^^H 




<L Earl of {L. Kenru) 


lari 


Wyndham-Qiiln .. 


■ 


1 


DuRriAM. Bishop of ... 


1901 


Moule 


■ 




L» DiJKiiAM, Earl of 


1879 


Lambton 


■ 




Dyneyor, Lord 


1878 


Riofi ., 


1 




Ebury. Lord , 


1803 


GrosYenor 


WeefcmiuBter, 1885-74 




Effingham:, Earl of 


1898 


Howard ... 






EoERTON OF Tatton, Earl 


1883 


E}jerton 


Cheshire, N., 1858^B&: 
Che^shire, Mid, 1868-83 












ErLINTOUN and WlNTON, (S) 










Ea.T\oHE.(i/JVintim} 


1892 


Montgomerlc .,. 






Eomont, {L\ Earl of {L. Lovel 






, 




andHoUaiid) 


1897 


Perrjcval 






Eldon, Earl of 


18.54 


Scott 






t. Eijoin and Kincardine, <S) 






\\ 




Efurl oti,L,Eloin\ ., 


1863 


Brace 


Jl 




Elleptboroucjh. IjOPcI 


1903 


Law ... 


■ 




KlIiEsmkhe, Earl of,. 


1862 


E^erton 


m 




Eli'UINSTONE, Lord... 


ISDd 


Elphin stone 


T 




Ely, (I) Marquess of {F^. Lofiun) 


1889 


Loftus 


L 




L. Emly, Loi-d 


1894 


Moiifiell 


j| 




Enwiskti.leh. <I) Earl of {L, 






■ 




Grliistead) ... 


1886 


Cole ... 


EnnlBkiUen, 1880-5 ■ 




Ernk, (I) Ejirl {L. Fermanagh) .., 


1885 


Crichton 


Ennmkmeu^SSS-^; Fei^l 
managh, 188l>-d H 




Erroll, (S^ Earl of {L, KUmar- 






m 




notk) ... 


1891 


Hay- 


■ 




EneKiNE. Lord 


1882 


Erskiiie 


■ 




EsHER, Viscount 


1899 


Brott 


Penryn, 188(^-5 1 




E88EX, Earl of 


1892 


Capell 






EsTcocniT, Lord 


1903 


Sotheron-Estcourt 


Wilts., N., 1874-^ 




L. EVERSI-EY, Lord 


1906 


ShaW'LefeYre ... 


Reading, l8«3-a5; Brad- 
ford, Central, 18B6-afi , ., 




KxicTER^ Bisliop of .-, 


1906 


Robertson 


ji 




KxETER, Marquess of 


1898 


CecU. 


■ 




ExjKOUTn, YiBcount {Mino^) ... 


1899 


PcUew 


d 




FABER,Lord 


imr. 


Faber 


Hantg., AndoYor* 1901-^1 




Falkland, Visct. {Scottish UPs) 


18IM 


Gary., 


^ 




Falmouth, Viacount 


1889 


BoHcawen 




/ 


J*lijiQVHAH, Lord 


1898 


Farquliar .,. 


Marylebone, W,, 1895-« 


/ L. ^AJiREH, Lord 


1890 


Farrer 




/ 


F^KHRSRS, Eaii 


18S8 


flbMey 




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THE HOUSE OF LORDS 


25 




FamUy Name, 


House of Commons 
Constituencies. 


Fevbbsham, Barl of 


V9SI Duncombe 


Retford,E.,18fl2^;Yorks., 
N. Riding, 1859-67 


Fife, Duke of 


1879 Duff 


Elgin and Nairn, 1874-9 




1881 Plunkett 




FrrzHARDiNOE, Lord 


1896 Berkeley 


Gloucester, 1862^ 


L. Fttzmauricb, Lord 


1906 Fitsmaurice 


Calne, 1868-85; Wilts., 
Cricklade, 1898-1906 


FrrzwiLLiAM, Earl 


1902 Wentworth-Fitz- 








Wakefield, 1895-1902 


Foley, Lord 


1905 Foley 




Forester, Lord 


18Bi. Weld-Forester ... 


Wenlock, 1874-85' 


FoRTESCUB, Earl 


1906 Forteucue 


Tiverton, 1881^ : Devon- 
shire, Tavistock,1885-92 


Gage, (I) Viscount (X. Gage) ... 


1877 Gage 




Oainsborouoh, Earl of 


1881 Noel 




Gaulowat, (S) Earl of (i. 






Stewart ofCfarliea) 


1901 Stewart 




Galway, (I) Viscount {L. 






Monckton) 


1887 Monckton- Arundell Notts., N. 1872-85 


Gardner, Lord 


Succession contested 


Gerard, Lord 


1902 Gerard 




GiFFORD, Lord 


1872 Gifford 




L. Glantawe, Lord 


1906 Jenkins 


Carmarthen Dist., 1882-6 
& 1895-1900 


GukNXJSK, Lord 


1906 Bailey 




Glasgow, (S) Earl of (i. Fhirlie) 


1897 Boyle 




Glenesk, Lord 


1895 Borthwick 


Kensington. S.. 1885-95 


GoRMANSTON, (I) Viscount (L. 






Cfcrmanston) 


1907 Preston 






1907 Goschen 


Sussex, East Grinstead, 
1895-1906. 


GosFORD, <I) Earl of (L, Worling- 






ham) 


1864 Acheson 




GOUGH, Viscount 


1895 Gougrh 




Graf-ton, Duke of 


1882 Fitzroy 




L. Granard, (I) Earl of (L. Gravr 






ard) 


1889 Forbes 




Grantt^y, Lord 


1877 Norton 




L. Granville, Barl 


1891 Leveson-Gower ... 




Grbnfell, Lord 


190S Grenfell 




Greville, Lord 


1883 Greville 


Westmeath, 1865-74 


Grey, Earl 


1894 QrQy 


Northumberland, S.,188a- 
85, & Tyneside, 1885-6 


Grey de Ruthyn^ Lord 


;887 CliftOW 


L. Grimthorpe, Lord 


1905 Beckett 


Yorks., Whitl>y, 1885- 
1905 


Guilford, Earl of 


1885 North 


GwYDYR,Lord 


1870 Burrell 





Haddington, Earl of {Sco^ish 1874 BaiUie-Hamilton* 

AJP,) Arden ... 

'Hauh}n, Lord. IflOS Palk 

HAurAX, Viscount iggs Wood 



Halbbust, Earl of . 



1S86 Gi£bid 



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28 THE SOUSE OF LOUDS. 




FamUif Naffie. 


Mouse of Cotm 
ConstittieTici 




Hamd^ton, (S) Duke of {D. qf 




^^ 




Bra7idon) ,.. 


1895 DoDglaa-HamiU-on 


'^M 




L. Hamilton of Dalzbw^ Lord ,.. 


IflOO Hamilton 


-»^^l 




Hawpden, Viscount 


IflOft Bi-and 


T^^^H 




Hampton, Lord 


igOfi Pakinifton 


^^^^^ 




HAROlNaK, Vlacount 


184^1 Hardinge 


^^^^1 




Hahi>wicke, Earl of 


mn Yorke ,„ „. 


^^1 




Hare WOOD, Earl of 


imi Lascellee 


^H 




Hablech, Lord 


1904 Orm«br-G(jre 


Shropfllikc, Oawi 










HAitBiNGTON, Earl of 


1881 Stanhope 






Harris, I^ord „, 


1873 Harris 






Harrowby* Earl of... 


190C) Ryder „. „, 


Gravesend, 1SB8-1 




HAfiTiNGS, Lord 


19(H Astky 






Hathbrton, Lord 


1888 Littleton .. 






L. Havbesham, Lord 


1006 Hayter 


Wens, 1865-8: Bal 
8.5; WalBall, 18 














1900-e 




Hawkb, Lord .., 


1887 Hawke 


^ 




Headfort, (I) Marquess of {L. 




^ 




KetUui) 


1894 Taylour „. 


^ 




ju Headlky, Lord ilriah ILP.J „. 


188a Winn 






L. Hemphill, Lord 


1906 HempWU 


Tyrone, N., 1896-: 




Heneace, Lord 


iS96 HeneaRe 


Lincoln, 1865^; C3 
1880-92 & 1898-5 




Henley, (I) Lord {L, N^orthifigton 


) 1898 Henley 






Henniker, (IJ Lord {L. Hartis- 








mere} 


1902 Hcnuiker-Magor... 






Hereford, Bishop of 


1900 Percival .., 






Hereford. Viscount 


1855 DeTeraux ... 






Herries, Lord 


18SU Confttable-MaxwoU 


L 




L. HUBSClfELL, Loi'd 


1899 Horaehell ... 






Hertford, Marquesa of -.. 


1884 Seymour .„ 


Antrim, 1869-74; 
wlckBhire, 8,, 11 










HEYTEaBiTRTT, Lord 


1903 Holmee-a'Court ... 






Hill, Viscount 


1895 Cleffg-Hill 






Hillinodon, Lord 


1898 Mills 


Kent, SevenoakH; 




HtNDLii=', Lord 


1897 AHaopp 






Holm Patrick, Lord 


1898 Hamilton ... 


^H 




Home, {S) Earl of (i. Douglaa^ ... 


1881 Doii^la.B-Homo ... 


fl 




Hood, Viwcount 


1907 Hood 






HOTlcnKLD, Lord ... 


1881 Tufton 


■ 




Howard de Walden, Lord ... 


1889 KIliH 


V 




Howard of Qlossop, Lord 


1883 Fitaalan-Howard 






Howe, Earl ,., 


1900 CurzonHowe 


BuckB., Wycsomt 
1900 




HOWTM, (I) Earl of (L, Howth} ... 


imt St. Lawrence 


Galway, 1868-74 




Huntingdon, Earl of 


1885 Hastings ... 






HuNTLY, (S) Marquees of {L. 








Meldrum) 


1883 Gordon 




1 


HrLTON, Lord 


1890 Jolliffe 


Somerset, WoUb, 




Iddesleich, Earl of 


1887 Northcote ... 


M 


/ iJAmMSTsn, Earl of 


1905 Fox Stmngways... 




/ f^'<f(^^iQUiN^ Lord i/f^h a,P,i ... 


19CJ0 O'Brieu 


^^^^H 


^ I^vv^jiaLrif^, Ijord 


1905 Burna 


'^^^^^ 


t- 


J^^AeJT, VJsooant 


1S91 Qtv^maem .» 




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i 



JAM1B8 or Herbfokd* Lord 



Jmbbkt« Earl of 
i« JotcKV, "Lord .. 



1895 



family Name* 
Jamea 



i&79 ChiM-VilMcrs 
imj Joicey 



House &f Commons 

CoTint it ucnciejt. 

Taunton, 138^5; BtiTF, 

Dorham. Chewtor - le - 
Street, 1885-19(16 



Kjel"vin» Ixjrd , 

Kenmark, (I) Earl of {L, Ken- 
mare) ... 

Kensington\ Lord 

Kbnyon, Lord 

Kesteven, Lord 

KiLLAXiN, Lord 

KrLMORKY, Earl of {Irish JJ.P,) 
KiMBERLEV, Earl of 
KiNNAiRO, Lord 

Kinsf%A&, Lord... ... 

KiNNOXTU {Bj Earl of (L, Haj/) ... 

Kinross, Loi-d 

KiNTORE, (S) Earl of {/^ Kint4}re) 

KlTCHENlLR, viscount 

KNARBSBOROUGM, Lord .., 

K-NOLXVB, Lord 
KjnnsFORD* Viscount 



^ 



1S9S Thomson ... 

1905 Browne 

1900 Edvvardoa 

I80t» Keuyon 

1874 TroUope 

1901 MoniB Gal way. IflOQ-I 

1882 Needham ,. Nevvry, 1871^ 

1902 WcMiehouflo 
1SS7 Kitinalrd ... 

1S97 Kinficap 

1897 Hay ., 

19CS Balfour 

ISaO Ktith-Falooner ... 

1893 Kitchener 

lyofi MeyHey-Tbompsoij LIoch^ Brigg. 1883-6; 

Hatii 



190S KnoHya 
1888 Holland 



I4AMINGTON, Lord ... „, 1890 

Lanoford» Lord (frisft i?,P,) ... 1884 

Lansoowne, Marqoessof ... 1S68 

Lathom, Earl ol 1898 

Laui>£Rdale, Earl of {Scottish 

Itr.r ... 1889 

Lawrence. Lord „, 1879 

Lkcx>kpield. Lord 1901 

Lkedb, Dxike of 1895 

LkicestkH, Earl of 1842 

LEiOH/Lotd ... 1905 

LsiNSTBRt 01 Dako of (F. 

LeinaterHMinor) 1893 

Leith, Lord ... ... li^^ 

Leitrtm» (I) Earl of {L. ClemciUs) 1892 

Lichfield^ Bishop of 1896 

LiCHFiKi^, Earl of ... 1892 

LiLFORD. Lortl 189B 

Limerick, i I ) Earl of (L. Fbjford) 1898 

Lincoln, Bii^hop of .,. ... .., 1880 

LLVDI.EY, Lord {Life Peer) ,„ 190O 

LomsEF, Earl of ... ... 1899 

LiNiJTHOOW* Marqueas of ... WA 

Lister, Lord 189? 

Lara wwL, (I) Karl of (L, ffare). . . 1869 

LtrsRPOOL, BiRhop ot ... .,. i^q^ 



Sta&.. 
1892-1906 



iatidHWorth^ 



MldhurBt, 1S74-85 :Hamp- 



/ 

A LivsRPOOi^ Earl of 



1B07 



Cochrane-Baillio 
Rowley 
Fitzmauricc 
Bootle-Wilhraham 

Maifcland 

Lawrence 

Wyndham .. 
Oaborno 

Coke 

Leigh 

FitzGerald 

Forbes-Leith 

Clementa ... 

Legge 

Anson 

Powya 

Pory ... 

KlnK.. ... 

Lindley 

Bertie 

Hope... 

Lister 

Hare 

Chavaeae .„ 
Foljanibe .. 



St. Panci»s, N„ 1886-90 



I 



Brixton* im-m 



k 



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fnmmmr^. «?-?SS^'" 




Lljindaff, ViBcoimt 


J«95 Matthews Dungarvan, 1S6S-74; Bir- ' 

DlinghaiiJ, E., 1886-1895 




Llano ATTOCK, Lord 


1S9S RoUa Moiimouthfihire, 1880^ 




L. Lock, Lord 


1900 Loch.., I'J 




LON DKSBOROUOH, E&rl of 


IfMJO JJenifion 1 




London, Biishop of ... 


1901 WiiinlDijton-Ingrmm | 




LoNDONUERHT, (I) Marquess of 


J 




{K Van€\ 


1884 VaiiG-TompoBt- J 
Stewart... ... Down, 1878-84 M 




Lon'okorDt (I^ Karl of {L, SU- 


n 




Chester'^,.. 


188T Pakonham 1 




Lonsdale, Karl of 


1882 Lowther ... 




L. LoREBUHN, Lord 


lam Roid.. Hereford, 188ft-5; Dum- 

fries DNidct, IWHS-UKB 




IjOthian, (S] Mat-quesj* of {L. Ker) 


1900 Korr... 




Loudoun (S) E,Q.vl^t{L.Botreaiix\ 


1874 Abney-H&etingB... 




LoYAT. Lord 


1887 Eraser 




LovfcLAeE, Earl of 


1&06 Milbanlce ... ... ' ' 




Luc AN, Earl of Urish HP.) 


1889 Bingham Mayo, 1865-74 




L. LucAH, Lord ... 


1905 Herbert i 




Ludlow, Lord 


1890 Lopea 




LuTtOAN»Lord.„ 


1882 BKiwnlow 




Lytton, Earl of 


1801 Lytton 




L, Lyykdsn, Lord 


1800 Vemoii | 




Macclesfield, Earl of iMmor\ 


1893 Parker 




Macnaghten, Lord {Life Fecr\ 


1SS7 Macnagbtoii ... Antrim. 1880^; An- 
trim. N., 1885-7 








Maghebamorne, Lord .„ 


1903 MGai-^l-Hogg ,., 




MAJ.MESBUUV, Earl of 


1899 Harris 




Manchester, Bishop of ,., 


1907 Knox 




h, Manchester, Diiko of 


1892 Montagu 




Manners, Lord 


1864 Manners ' 




Mansfield, Earl of 


1908 Murray 




Manvers, Karl 


1900 Plerr«i>ont ... Notts., Newark, 1885^ Ifc 
1898-1901) 




Mar, Karl of iScottish R.F4 >*^ 


1886 GkiodeYe-Erskine 




Mar and Kkllie, Earl of iScot- 






tisfi B.r.} 


1892 Ersklne ... 




Marlborouoh, Duke of , 


asm Spencer ChurchiU 




Masham, Lord ... 


19D6 Cunliife-Li«ter ... 




MA»HliSHEENE, (I) YlsCOUIlt [L, 






Oriel) ... 


1905 Skcfllngton 




Massy, Lord (/ri*A E,P.) 


187tt Massy 




Mayo, Earl of [Irish ILP.i 


1890 Bourke 




Meath, (I) Earl of (i. Chaworth) 


1887 Brabjvston l| 




Melville, Viscount 


1904 Dundaa 1] 




Methukn, Lord 


1891 Mcthuon U 




MiCTTEr.iiAM, Lord 


l^m deStAjrn | 




MiDDLETON, Lord 


1877 Willoaghby ... \ 




MiDLETON, {1\ Viscount <£. Brod- 






HcM -^ - 


Um Brodrick Surrey, W.» 1880^: Sur^ 

rey, Guildford, 1885-linB 








Milner, Vlsicount 


1901 Milner 


} MiNTO, Ei^U'J of 


1891 Elliot 


/ MoucK, m Viscount (£. MoncM 


18»4 MoRck .., ,.. 1 


/ MoNCMKiKh\ Lord 


188a Moucreilt J 


f ManTK BnsTTON, Lord 


1BS7 DodiH)ii -^^I 


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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 



L. MONKSWBLL, Lord 1886 

L. MONSON, Lord 1900 

Montagu of Bbauueu, Lord ... 1906 



FUmily Name, 

Ck)mer 
Monson 
Dousrlas-Soott- 

Montaeru 
Spring Rice 



MoNTBAOLE OF BRANDON, Lord 1806 
MoNTBOSS, (S) Duke of {K 

Graham 1874 Graham ... 

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

CaMeStuarfi 1901 Stuart 

MoRLBT, Earl of 1905 Parker 

Morton, Earl of (£lboeet8^ i2.P.) 1886 Dougrlas ... 

M08TTN, Lord 1884 Lloyd-Moetyn 

Mount Edocumbe, Sari of ... 1861 Sdgcumbe... 

Mount Stephen, Lord 1S91 Stephen ... 

Mowbray, Lord 1893 Stourton ... 

Muncaster, Lord * ... 1896 Pennington 

1902 FitzClarenoe 

1892 Deane-Morgan 



Munstbr, Earl of 

Muskerry, Lord (Irish ILP.) 



Napier and Ettrick, (S) Lord 

(L. Ettrick) 

Napier of Maodala, Lord 

Nelson, Earl 

Newcastle, Duke of 

Newlands, Lord 

Newton, Lord 

Norfolk, Duke of 

NoRMANBY, Marquess of 

NORMANTON, (I) EbtI Of (L. 

Somerton) 

North, Lord 

L. Northampton, Marquess of ... 



1896 Napier 

1890 Napier 

1835 Nelson 

1879 Pelham-Clinton ... 

1906 Hozier 

1896 Legh 

1880 Fitzalan-Howard 
1890 Phipps 

1896 Agar 

1884 North 

1897 Compton 



L. Northbourne, Lord 1893 James 

Northbrook, Earl of 1904 Baring 

Nori«C5LIffe, Lord 1906 Harmsworth 

Northoote, Lord 1900 Northcote ... 

NoRTHE8K,Earlof(;ScoMtsAi2.P.) 1900 Carnegie ... 
Northumberland, Duke of ... 1887 Percy 



Norton, Lord 

Norwich, Bishop of 
L. Nunburnholme, Lord 



1905 Adderley ... 
1897 Sheepshanks 
1907 Wilson 



House of Commons 
Conatituenciea, 



Hants., New Forest, 
1892-1905 



Plymouth, 185»-61 



Cumberland, West, 1872- 
80; Cumberland, Egre- 
mont, 188^-92 



O'Brien, Lord 1900 O'Brien 

L. O'Haoan, Lord 1900 Ollagan 

O'Neill, Lord 1883 O'Neill 

Onslow, Earl of 1870 Onslow 

Oranmore and Browne, Lord 

{Irish Ii,P.) 1902 Browne-Gutbrie ,„ 

Obfobd, Earl 0/ 1894 Walpole 

Ormathwajtk, Lord igsi Walsh 



Lanarkshire, S., 1886-1906 
Lanes., Newton, 1885-98 



Warwick8hire,Stratford- 
on-Avon,1885-6 : Yorks., 
Bamsley, 1889-97 
Gateshead, 1874-93 
Winchester, 1880-5; 
Beds., N., 1885-92 

Exeter, 1880-99 

Northumberland, N., 
1868-85 



Hull, W., 1906-7 



Antrim, 1863-80 



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Family Name, 


Hoiutfi of Cammi 
CotmtU\tencies 




Ormon'Db, (I) Marquess of (L. 










Orm(md€\ 


1854 


Butler 


i 




L. OvERTOtTPf. Lord 


IS9S 


White 


\ 




OXFOHD, Bishop of 


1905 


Paget 






L. Peokoveu, Lord 


1907 


Peckover ... 


1 




Peku VlHCOUut 


1890 


Poei 


Warwick. 1865-85: 
1885-95 




PKMBttOKK AND MONTGOMERY* 


1895 


Herbert 


Wilton,1877-S5;CrQ 




Earl of 






1886-95 




Pe*}rhyn» I^rd 


xrni 


DouKlas-Pennant 


Narthantfl-, S., 189^ 




Pet ERBoao troii, Biahop of 


ISOl 


Carr-Glyn ... 






Petbe, Ijoixi 


1893 


Pelre 


1 




L. Pmmic, Lord ... 


r,M}6 


PiiTic ... .., 


' 




Ft-AVFAiR, Lord 


1S»S 


Flayfair 






Plunket, Lord 


\m 


Plutiket 


i 




Plymouth, Ewrl of * 


1869 


Windi^r-Clive ... 


] 


PoLTiMOBE, Lord 


1858 


Banipfykie. 


1 


Portland, D like of 


1879 


Cavondiiih-Bentin ck 




PORTMAN, YlflCOUnt,,, 


188S 


Portnmn 


Shaftesbury, 1832-7; 
set'^bire, 18.>7-85 




u Portsmouth, Earl of 


laoi 


Wallop 


Barnstaple, 1880-5; 
onshlre» South m 


















1S8S4*1 




PouLET^r, Earl 


1896 


Poulett -. 


J 




PowKRgcouRT. (1) Viscount (£^ 






1 




I^otfjerscourt\ 


1904 


Wingfleld 


1 




Powis, Earlof 


1891 


Herbert ... 






Radnor, Earl of 


1900 


Pleydell-Bonvorio 


Wilts., Wilton, 1888 




Radlan, Lord 


1981 


Somerset 


• 




Ranfurly, 11} Eart of {L. Ban- 






1 




fnrly\ 


1875 


Knox 




Rathdonnelt., Lord (JrtsA H.P.) 


1889 


M^Clintock-Bunbury , 




Bath MO RE, Lord 


1S95 


Plunkot ... ... 


DubUn Univ., 18704 




RAVENBWOiiT!!, Lord 


19(4 


Liildell 


J 




Ratlkicsh, JjoM 


1873 


Stnitt 




L. Reay, Lord 


ISSl 


Maukay 






Rkdesdalk, Lord ... 


190S 


Freeman -Mitfoi-d 


Warwickshire, S,lfl 
1892^ 




L. Rendel, Lord , 


mu 


Reodel 


Montgomeryshire, 1 




REVErjiTOKa, Lord 


im 


Barbag: 




r. RiBBLEaD ALE, Lord .., 


187fl 


Lister 






RtoHMOND & Gordon, Duke of 


m& 


Gordon-Lennox ... 


Suaftex.W.. 1869-853 
sex, Chichester, If 












Ridley, Viscount 


1904 


Ridley 


Stalybridge, 1900-4 




RiPON, Bishop of 


1S8& 


Boyd Carpenter ... 


' 




L. Kipon» Marquess of 


1859 


Robinson 


Hull. 1852-3; HodiJ 
flchl, 1855-7 ; Yorkt 
Riding, 1857-9 




RtTcHiE^ Lord 


190fl 


Ritchie 




J liofiEMTs, JS&rL 


189S 


Roberte 




' / JiosKHTso^f, Lord {LifePeer\ .,. 


1899 


RoborteoB 


B^lU»\^Vce.^»»&4^\ 






1SS4 
1800 


Rodney 

RoUo 


•\^_. . . 4 


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RoMiLLY, Lord (ilfinor) 

ROMNKY, Earl of 

L. RosEBERY (S) Earl of (L. JBose- 

bery) 

RosMBAD, Lord 

RossE, Earl of {Irish JR.P.) 

RoesLYN, Earl of 

RossMOBB, Lord 

Rothes, Earl of {Scottish R.P,) 

I Rothschild, Lord 

RoxBUROHE, (S) Duke of (JS. 

Innes) 

L. Russell, Earl 

Rutland, Duke of 



Family Name. 

1905 Romilly 

1905 Marsham 

1868 Primrose 

1897 Robinson 

1868 Parsons 

1890 St. Olair-Brskine 

1874 Westenra 

1906 LesUe 

1886 Rothschild 

1892 Innes-Ker 

1878 RusseU 

1906 Manners 



House of Commons 
Constituencies. 



Aylesbury, 1865-85 



Leicestershire, Melton, I 
1888-95 I 



Sackvillb, Lord 

St. Albans, Bishop of 

St. Albans, Duke of 

St. Aldwyn, Viscount ... 

St. Asaph, Bishop ot* 
St. David's, Bishop of 
St. Germans, Earl of 
St. John of Bletso, Lord 

St. Leonards, Lord 

St. Levan, Lord 

St. Oswald, Lord 

St. Vincent, Viscount ... 
Salisbury, Bishop of 
Salisbury, Marquess of 

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

Sanderson, Lord 

L. Sandhurst, Lord 

L. Sandwich, Earl of 

Sandys, Lord 

Sayile, Lord 

L. Saye and Sele, Lord 

I 

Scarbrouoh, Earl of 

ScARSDALE. Lord 

Seafield, (S) Earl of {L. Strath- 
spey) 

Sbaton, Lord 

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

Selborne, Earl of 



1888 Sackville-West ... 

1901 Jacob 

1898 Beauclerk 

1906 Hicks-Beach 

1891 Edwards 

1903 Owen 

1881 Eliot 

1887 St John 

1875 Sugden 

1887 St. Aubyn 

1893 Winn 

1885 Jervis 

1890 Wordsworth 

1903 Cecil 

1890 Fraser 

1906 Sanderson ... 

1876 Mansfield 

1884 Montagru 

1904 Sandys 

1896 Lumley-Savile ... 

1907 Twisleton-Wyke- 

ham-Fiennes ... 

1884 Lumley 

1856 Curzon 

1888 Ogilvie-Grant ... 

1888 Colbome 

1901 Molyneux 

1895 Palmer 



Glos.,E., 1864-85; Bristol, 
W., 1885-1906 



Cornwall, West, 1858^85 ; 
Cornwall, St. Ivea, 1885-7 
Pontefi-act, 188^93 



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



Huntingdon, 1876-84 



L, Selby, Viscount 1905 Gully 

Shaftesbury, Earl of 1886 Ashley-Cooper 

Shannon, (I) Earl of {L. Carleton) 

{Minor) 1906 Boyle 

Sheffield, (I) Earl of {L, Shef- 
field) ... 1876 Holroyd ... 

Shbrbornb, Lord 1883 Dutton 

8HRKWBBUBT AND TALBOT, Karl 

1877 Talbot 



Hants., Petersflcld, 1885- 
92 ; Edinburgh, W.,1892^ 
Carlisle, 188&-1905 



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32 THE HOUSE OF LORDB, \ 


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F^ntiln Nantf' Home of Cowimcm. 




L. Shuttle WORTH, Loni 


1902 Kay-Shuttilo worth HastiiigH, 1S8B-8(I ; Laii 
Clitheroe, 1885-1902 




Si DMOOTU, Viscount 


18&1 Addinffton IteviKOK, 186a-i 




SiNCi^Am, Lord {ScoULnh H.P.} ... 


1885 StClftir ^1 


1 


Sligo, (I^ Marquoas of {L. Mont- 


4 


i 


Eagle) 


1903 Browne ^d 


1 


SOMKHS, Lord {Minor) 


IBim Cocks ^^H 


1 


Somerset, Duke of 


1391 St. Mart ... ... ^^M 


1 


Sqndbs, Karl 


mn MtlleB '^H 


n 


Southampton, Lord 


lBT-2 Fibzroy .., ,., ^^M 




SotTTREBK:, (S) Karl of {L. Bolin- 


^H 




hard) 


1905 CarDegrie ^^| 




SouTiiWAitK, Bishop of ... 


1900 Talbot ... ^ 




\» Spencer. E*vrL, , 


im Spenoer Northants., S., 1857 




Stakforp, Lord 


1892 Staffortl-Jorningham 




Stair, (SJ Earl of \L. Oxejtfoord) 


1903 Dalrywiple 




Stalbridge, Loni 


imi QrosTOuor FHntshlire, 1881^88 




Stamford, Earl of ... 


ISyO Grey 




Stain? aopE. Earl 


1905 Stanhope , 




1,. Stanlkv ov AldkrlkTp Lord ... 


1903 Stanley ... ,.. Oldham/lS8()-5 




Stan MORE, Lortl 


1893 Gordon Beverley, 185.1-7 


J 


Stradbrokik. Earl of 


18BB Rous 1 




Strafford, Earl of ... 


1899 Byng.,. ... ... 4 




Stbathcona and Mount Rotal, 


J 




Lord ... ... 


189? Smith ... *., m 




Stratheden and Campbei.!,, 


^m 




Lord ... 


1893 CampboE ... ... ^H 




Strathmore and Kinghorj^, 


^^ 




(S) Earl of {L. Bowof) ... 


1904 Bowee-Lyon ... " 




SuDBSLBV, Lord 


18T7 Hanbnry-Traoy ... Montgomery. 18R3-7T« 




SuFFiELD, Lord 


18.T3 HarlKjrd 




SurFOi.K AND Berkshire, Earl of 1888 Howard 


jl 


Sutherland, Duko of 


1892 Sutherland-Leire- Sutherland, 1874-86 t 
fion-Qower ] 


1 


SWANSKAt Lord 


imi Vivian 




T* SwAYTin^iNG, Lord 


1967 Montagu Tower Hamlets, Wh 


■ 




chai>el, 1S85-190O 


Talbot db MALAHroE, Lord „. 


1883 Talbot «. .* j 




Tanksrvillh, Earl of 


iBflfl Bennet ... ^^| 




L. Temple of Stowe, Earl 


imi Temple-Qortt-Lan^on ^^H 




Testplemore, Lord ... 


lOOS Chiohe^ter... „. ^^M 




Templetown, Viscount ilriah 


^^^H 




R.r.\ 


ISM Upton ^^M 




TENNiraoN. Lord 


l^e Tennysou ^^H 




L, Tentkrdkn\ Lord 


1882 Abbott r ^^| 




Teynha.m. Lord 


1892 Roper-CurKon ... ^^^H 




Thurlow, Lord 


1874 CumniluK'-Bruco... fJ^^^H 




ToLLEM ACHE, Lord 


1901 ToUemache ... ^^^1 




ToRPFTiOHBN, Ijord {Scottish 


^^^H 




R.P.) 


13^ SandilandHi ^^H 




ToBRi KO rtj N, Vi Hcou n t ... 


1889 Byng... ^^M 




TfiWNaHENJj, Marqiicss 


18m> Townshend 


/ 


Tredegar* ViBcoimt 


1875 MoiT^an BreeknookBhiro, 1858- 


/ Trkvor^ Lord 


1894 HUl-Tcevor 


/ TwjsEDF^ALK, (S) Ma^qums of {L. 


1881 Hay Tw-unNja^, V«ttV8; Hiw 


/ Ttme(t(ia/ei 


iiw^iuti^, \aj;% 


t 


TwsKnMovTM, Lord 


Wdi MaiioribaivVft ... BfeTVf\Ofts?tv\3M&,%MSv* 


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THE HOUSE OF LORDS. 


33 






FamUy Name, 


House of Commons 
Constituencies, 


Vaux of Harbowdbn, Lord ... 


1883 


Mostyn 




YWTB.Y, IjOT^ (Irish RJP,) 


isn 


Eveleigh-de-Moloyns | 


Vernon, Lord (Miruir) 


1886 


Venables- Vernon 




Verulam, Earl of 


1885 


Grimston 


Herts., St Albans, 1885-92 


Vivian, Lord 


1893 


Vivian 




Wakefield, Bishop of 


1904 


Eden 




Waldegrave, Earl 


1850 


Waldegrave 




Waleran, Lord 


1906 


Walrond 


Devon, E., 1880-5; Devon, 
Tiverton, 1885-1906 


Wales, Prince of, H.R.H. 


1892 


Brincecf the Blood \ 


Walbinoham, Lord 


1870 


de Qrey 


Norfolk, W., 1865-70 


L. Wandsworth, Lord 


1895 


Stem... 


Suffolk, Stowmarket, 

1891^ 
Somer8et,E.,1879-85; Col- 


Warwick, Earl of (E. Brooke) ... 


1893 


Greville 








chester, 1888-92 


Waterford, (I) Marquess of (L. 








Tyrone) 


1893 


Beresford 




L. Wkardale, Lord 


1906 


Stanhope 


Wednesbury, 1885 - 92 ; 
Burnley, 1893-1900; 
Leicester, Market Har- 
boro', 1904-6 


L. Welby, Lord 


189U 


Welby 




Wellinoton, Duke of 


1900 


WeUesley 




Wemyss and March, (S) Earl of 


1883 


Wemyss-Charteris- 


Glos.,E., 1841-6; Had- 


<i, WeAvyaa) 




Douglas 


dingtonshire, 1847-83 


Wenlock, Lord 


1880 


Lawley 




Westbury, Lord 


1875 


Bethell 




Westmeath, Earl of Uriah 








R.P.) 


1901 


Nugent 




Westminster, Duke of 


1899 


Grosvenor 




Westmorland, Earl of 


1891 


Fane 




Weiarnot.iffe, Earl of 


1899 


Montagu-Stuart- 








WorUey-Maokenzie | 


WiCKLOW, Earl of (Irish R.P.)... 


1905 


Howard 




Wn.ijOiraHBY db Broke, Lord... 


1902 


Vemey 


Warwickshire, Rugby, 
i8flL<>-iflnn 


Wilton, Earl of 


1896 


Egerton 


XOiKr-XoUU 


u WiMBORNE, Lord 


1880 


Guest 




Winchester, Bishop of 


1903 


Ryle 




1 Winchester, Martiuess of 


1899 


Paulet 




Winghilsba and Nottingham, 








Earl of 


1898 


Finch-Hatton ... 






1906 


Wills 


Bristol, E., 1895-1900 


WoMBLEY, Viscount 


188g 


Wolseley 




WOLVERTON, Lord 


1888 


Glyti 




Wrottbsley, Lord 


1867 


Wrottesley 




Wynford, Lord 


1904 


Best 




Yarborough, Earl of 


1875 


Pelham 




YoliK, Archbishop of 


1882 







Zetla2V2>, MarquesB of 

ZOUCHK OF SaBTNOWORTH, 



Laid 



1873 Dundaa 
1873 Cnrzon 



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WPBRAL YBAK BOOTt, W», 



THE HOUSE OP COMMONS' 

(670 MEMBERS). 



LIBERAL AND LABOUR MEMBERS (427). 

[Those t-o vvhofte names a dagger (f) la attached did not stand as official Liberal 
Candidaben, but are now reckoned as MlniHtorialistfl. 

The oonstituonciotJ at tho right of tho name show tho Parliamentary record of tho 
Member. hi« present constituency boinj^ given la^t.] 



B. 18i2, Hon of Thomaiji and Mary Abra- 
ham. Ed, ('wmavon, Glam.» National 
School. M. 1860, Sarah WilliamB (d. 19001, 
Cwmavon. Collier bo;^ at about ten ; 
Miners' Agent, 1S73; vice - Chairman 9* 
Wales Slidiug: Scale Committee from its 
coalmen cement in 1S75 to ita close in 1898 ; 
Tiee-Pres. &, Wales Joint Conciliation 
Board Bince it*i establishment; ProH. 
3. Wales Mind's' Federation ; Treas. 
Miiiei^i' Federation of Great Britain ; a 
son of Wales, of tho Sunday School, and 
of the Welsh Einteddfod. of w^hich he la 
considered one of the most emiuent con- 
ductors - very fond of music* and best 
known by the Biudio name *Mabon'* 
Labour Member. 

We«tminster Palace Hotel, Victoria 
Street, S,W. ; Bryn-y-Bean, Pentrep Qlam. 



AGl«nd, FranoiB Dyke. "^gg-. lu^mond, 

B. 1874, son of Rt. Hon. A. H. D, Acland 
and Alice Sophia Cunuing^ham, Ed. Kugby 
and Balliol Coll., Oxford. M. 1905, Meaner, 
dau* of C. J. Cropper, KUergreen, KendaL 
ExamlDcr under Board of Education, 
1900-9 ; Assist. -Director of Secondary JBdu- 
cation, Yorks., W,R., 19(^; member Exec, 
(•■ottimittee National Liberal t'ederation, 
1904-6: Pari. Ptif. Sec. to Mi'. Haldane, 
1906 : Lieut. Civil Service VoL Rifloe. 

118 Qroavenor Hoad, S.W. ; Colby HaD, 
Askrigg, Yorkd, 0£uiw— Brooke's, Trav- 
ellera'. 



iMtitA., mMMxm, laoe. 



AdMnm, IHTIlllajn 
Ryl&nd ll«iit> 

B. 1882. son of W. Adkins, Ed. Mill mil. 
University CoU^London(B,A.h and Balliol 
Coll., Oxford. Called to the Bar^ member 
Exec. Committee National Liberal Federa- 
tion, 1903^tf; member Nor thant^CC. ; J. P., 
Northampton. 

3 Paper Bulldingfl, Temple, E.C. ; Spring- 
flald* Northamptou. CCwd^r— Reform, Bath, 



ftrilliam. 



SikUoird, W., 1906. 



S, Bolton, Oulton Hall, Aylsham, Norfolk. 
Formerly partner in Thomas Agnew & 
Sonii, flne-art dealers, Londoiu Manchester, 
and Liverpool ; formerly Pres* Printseilers' 
Association ; member of Court, Victoria 
University, Manchester; member of Bosatd 
Manchester Children's Hospital; J.P.» 
Lanes. 

Rougham Hall, Bury SL Edmunds. 
Clubs — Reform, Devonshire, National 
Liberal, 

Alnswi»Ftli, Joim ^ „ ^, ,_, 

B. 1844, son of Thomas Ainsworth, Tho 
Flosh, Cleator, Cumberland, and Mary 
Laurie, dau. of Rev. John Stirling, D.D„ 
Craiffie, AjTshire. Kd. Univ. Coa School 
and Univ. CoIL, London tM,A. and LURf. 
M. 1S79, Margaret Catherine, dau. of Robert 
Reid Macrftdie. Commanded 3rd V.B, 
Border Hogt. ; High Sherlir Cumberland, 
1893 ■ J.P.. Argyllshire and Ciunbcrland; 
Chairman Cleator and Workington Ry. 
Co. ; Director Whitehaven Joint Stock 
liank. UnHuecessfuUy contested Barrow- 
in-Furness (1886) and Argyllwhiro (1900^ 

Ardanaiseig, Kilchrenan, Argyllshire; 
Haiecroft, Gosfortlii CiimberlandL Clut^— 
Reform. 

Alden, Percy. mAfiamex. Touonh^m. ism. 

B, laea Ed. BalUol ColL, Oxford, M. 
1896, IJr. Margaret Pearse. Warden Maua- 
fleld House University Settlement, 1881- 
1901 (Hon. Warden, IWOl ; Vlcc-Prefi,, 190^; 
member Borough Council, West Ham, 
18R2-1901 (Don. -Mayor. 1898) ; editor EdM, 
liJOl- 2 ; Hon. Sec. Settlements Aasioc. ; Sao. 
Friends' Social Union ; co-opted membtir 
London School Board, 15103; lectured in 
the United States, Australia, and Now 
Zealand on social and labour probleniH. 
Published works— Tft* Unempli>jfed : A 
National Question; Housing, &a 

1 Woburn Square, W^.C, CIm5j?— Na- 
tional Liberal, New Reform. 



* B&vlsed up to Novemlmr 15th, 1901. On that dnto tSaeitft Vfeiwi Vw^> NMSROi^i 
Hull, W. (L), and WotoeatiOT <G>. 



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35 



All«ni ArthtUF Aoland. abzyutnurch. i«os. 
B. 1868, 80D of Poter Allen, pubUnber of 
the Manchester Guardian, and Sophia. 
Russell, dan. of John E. Taylor, founder 
of the Marieheifter Q-uardiaiu Kd. Hutrby 
and University Coll., Oxford (Scholar ftnd 
M,A.>. M. 19»J0. Gladys Hop«, dau, of 
J. DotiMas Walker. K.C. Called to the 
B&r, 18^ but doeif not practise ; member 
London G.C- eiiic© !»». Unsuoocaefiilb^ 
contested Glou., S. (1S95) and DorBet, E. 

mm. 

la Queen's Gate Gardens, 8.W. ; South- 
borne HoiiHe. Chrietchurch. CIttiw— Re- 
form. National Liberal, 

JLllan, Cliiikrl«a Peter, aion., Bir^tid, looa. 

B. 1861, son of Peter and Sophia Russell 
Allen. Kd. Rygby and Univectflty Coll., 
Oxford. M- 1890, Evalina. dau. of Alfred 
Barker, Constantinople. CaUed to the 
Bar, 1888 ; newspaper proprietor. Un- 
fiuooeaafully contei$ted Glouccstershiie, 
Stroud (1895), 

FarmhiU Park, Stroud, Glot^. Cluba— 
Xattonal Liberal, Union iManohester), 
Royal Amglescy Yacht. 

Armltage, Robert. Leedi, Centna looe. 

B. 1886, 8on of William James Armitagc* 
Farnley, Leeds. Ed. Westminster and 
Trtoitv Con., Cambridge. M. ISJil, Caro- 
line Kathcrine, dan. of Dudley H. Ryder, 
Weetbrook Hay, Hemel Hempstead. 
CftUed to the Biir, 188» ; Director of vari- 
ous Iron, Steel, and Colliery Com.mnie« ; 
member Leeds Oty Council, 1904 (Lord 
Mayor. 1901-5 ; Deputy Loi-d Mayor, 1905-^7). 

Farnley Hoiifie, Eton Avenue, N.W. ; 
Farnley Hall, Leed^, Clubs — National 
Liberal, Liberal (Leeds). 



OtaeabLre. Hyde, 1S6&^. 
Bed*., Liitan,18Se. 



ABlitoiL, Tliomae 

B. 1865, son of Thomns A«ht<iu, J, P., 
D.L., LL.D., Hyde, Ciberihlre, aud Ford 
Bank, Didsbury, Lanc«., and EHstabeth, 
dan. of S. S. Gair, Penketh Hall. Liver- 
Ed. Rngbv and Univorsity Colt, 
(M.A.). M. 1886, Eva Margaret, 
of J. H. James, J, P., ICinsrawoodp 
Hor(^. Member Choshiro C.C. 
einoe 1895; J. P.. LancaahiJ*, Cheshire, 
and Sussex. UnsucceHsfully oontented 
Cheshire, Hyde (1886 and 1882). 

30 Prince's Gai-dens, S.W. ; Hyde, Che- 
shire; Vinehall, KobertsbridKe, Suwjcie. 
^^Ot*b«— Brooks's, Reform, New University, 
^^^ilational Liberal. 

^K&sQultli, Rt. HoTi* HeFbert Fifo, e., 

^m B. 1852. son of J. Dixon AHcniith, Cro(^ 

^ Hou>*e, Morley, VorkHhircitnd Kiiiily,rtau. 

of W. %Viila/>^. Jluddvr^nekl Ed. City of 

Loadon School ami BaiUol Coll.. Oxford, 

of whJcb be wmt & Scholar and afterwords 



Fellow, having taken a first -claset in 
Classics and gained the Craven Scholar- 
ship. M. (1st) 1877, Helen Kelnall (d. 189l>, 
dao. of Frederick Melland, Manchi'Ster ; 
and (2ndJ IfilM, Margaret, dau. of Hir 
Charles Teniiant, Bt, Called to the Ba,r^ 
1876; Q.C., 1890; Bencher (Lincoln's InnU 
mHi Homo SecretJirj', liS»l^; ClianooUor^ 
of Uic Exchequer. lHfk5 ; hon. LUD., Edin- 
burgh; hem. D.C.L, Oxford : hon. LLP., 
Glaiigow. 

20 Cavtndish Snuarc. W. ; 1 F^per 
Buildings, Temple, kA\ C/it6»— Brooks's, 
Athenfeuui, Reform. 



Lancn., South^>i-Hrt, lOW. 



Astbury, Jolin 
Meiri iLO* 

B. 1960, son of F. J. Astbnry, J, P.. F^rest- 
vsrlch, LHnc*^. hjd. Trirdty t oU., Oxford 
(M.A. I BXX. ; l«t Vlmm Hens. Civil Liw, 
i8KS; Vlm^riaii St-holar. 1884). M. 1888. 
Eveljn, dau. of Paul Susmann, Manches- 
ter. Called to the Bar, 1884 (Senior Middle 
Temple Law ScholarHhIp, 1884); Q.C„!896; 
Bencher {Middle Temple), IW^ Unsuc- 
cettsfully conteste<l Manchester, S.W. 
(1895) a!id St. Pancraf^, E. (MM)). 

IfiOrenville Place, S.W. Clnbs-Bctorm, 
National Liberal, Aii(4)niobile, lianeh^h. 

AtMeflear^Jones^ t^leiireilyii Durham, 

B. 1851, son of Erne>*t Jones, the well- 
known Chartist leader. Ed. Manchester 
GiTira. School and BrascnoHc Coll., Oxford* 
Mk 1870, E. F. t^ambert, dau. of Jamea 
Lambert, Durham. Caltel bo the Bar, 
1875; Q.C,, 1896; Bencher (Inner Temple), 
1907. Recorder Newca,'^tle-OD-Tync. 1908^ 
Published workH—Cotnmerce in ITfir, a 
treati^ on International Law ; The faU 
of Lord Paddm:kslea^ and other novels 
jsriuod anouyrnously ; The Imw of Mineft 
and Minerals t The Miner's Gnuie; and 
articles on political and social sulyecti* in 
the NiTieteenth €€ntu}i/ci.nd other Reviews, 

25 Pembroke Road, Kensington, W, ; 
Kimhersoote, Bray, Berks. Ciito— Devon- 
shire. 

portranoxith, nss-nwo. 

Portsmouth, 190B. 

B. 1828. M. 1870, Loui»a (d. 1890), diiu. of 
R. Crispin, Payma-stor - in - Chief, R.N, 
Woollen merchant, I*ort4tmouth, South- 
ampton, and Liverpool; twice Mayor of 
Portsmouth ; tlrst L hairman Portsmouth 
School Hoard (held pOHltion 21 years) ; Kt., 
1895 ; J.P„ Portamouth. Unsuccessfully 
contested Portsmouth (1886 and 1900). 

North End House, Portemouth ; 4 
Queen's Gardens, Hove. CI«5— National 
Liberal. 

BafceFi Jo»epb Allen. Fixiabury. £..i9o&. 

B. 1852, TOi\ ot Jw^^tv Uakftt^ T\e\\^w, > 
OnlariQ^CanujeLa. ¥iV.U\.^L^^'^^^5»^^"^^*«'^- \ 
ton. M. \KI^, m:im\iftVX\ ^^^s^P^.J^^SSL. 
battle, Ke\ao. ^iwrnQ Xft 'Sx\:^«sA.^ >S5K^ 



Baker, 81r Johiii 



LIBEBAX YBAK B001£, 1^^. 



86 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 



ObaArmtin Joscpb Baker Be Sons, Ltd.» 
engineers ; member Lonrlon C'.C, 1895-1SJIJ7 
(CKttlrmAn HiK^hwayH Coiuniiftt n, lons-fii 
Publinhed works— reports un TnnHway 
Tracfion; Keto Vork Eiertric Suhimiy 
Spstem ; Efertric Candnit lYftrtion, Itc, 
U II HUcctiHH fully con tested FinsTburyf BL 



DonninKtOft, Harlewden, X.W, 
Nationftl Liboml. 



CS«6— 



B&lfOUFf MobeFt. Twamrk, ParUelc, ItDoe, 

B. 18^W. Koii of James Ft+ilfoiir, farmer. 
Ed. Madras Coll., St. Andrews. M. 1881. 
Jortephintj Maria Beazley. Partner Bal- 
fotin WiLliamBon & Co., morchnntj^, Liver- 
pool and London, 

1 Melbnry Road, Ketisin^on, W. Cljths 
—City of London, Hath, Reform, National 
LiberaU Hanelagh. 

Baring, Godfray. HnntJi., THiearwi^ht, looa. 

B. 1H71, f^on of Lieut. - Gen. Charles 
Baring, Coldstrinim GiiardH. Kt\. Kton. 
M« 1SH8, Eva Heiniione, daiL of the lat-e 
Mackintosh of Maekintosh. Chairman 
Ifll© of Wight C.C. ; J.P„ Hante. ; U.L. 
lalo of Wight ; High Sheriff, Hant*^.. 18Si7. 
UnHUceesmtilly contest-ed Hants., lale of 
Wight {mm and Stoke tI900K 

186 QuaeTi'fl Gate, S.W, ; Nubia HouBe, 
Cowee» L of W. Clnbs — Tmv^U^m\ 
Brooks'fi, Bticholorfi^ NatioDal Liberal, 
Royal Yacht Squadi'on. 



^M: 



R iStt, son of Joseph Barkert Looae, 
Maidstone. Ed, privat^elv. Founder and 
head of John Barker & Co., Kensington ; 
Chairman M. Paquin. Ltd., London and 
E'aris; P&at Preft. Polo Pony Society, 
Elsaex Agricultnral Soeietr, Es«tex News- 

S»por PfesM Fund, WarehoiiKemen and 
lerkB' Schools, and Linen and Woollen 
Drapem* Infltitntion ; member Council 
Ro3"al Agricultural, Hackney Hor>ie, and 
other J^jcietieK; has the larjgcjAt ntud of 

Iiolo ponias in England ; Alderman ilrnt 
jondon V. C ■ J. P., HertH. UntiuoceBafully 
cont'eBtcd Maidstone (t8S8 and 18881 : un- 
seated on petition. Maid j^ tone (11K>1>. 

Old Court Mansions, Kensington. W. ; 
The Grange, Bishop's Btortford, Hertw. 
CJufi.»f— l>evonnhire. National Liberal. 

B&floW, Sir Jolm S<ciiEieinM<'t, Frc)ro«, vm-b. 
BSmmott, Bt> Botuumst, Froine, 18^. 

U. 1857, aon of Thomas Barlow, J, P., 
Torkington Lodge, Hazel Grove, t-henhire, 
and Bryn Eirias, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales, 
and Mary Ann. dau. of George Kmiiiott, 
iJiwlf.v, Cheshire. KcL Tottonhaui and 
Tr/y/itt'/r. M /ii(5, the Hon. Anna Maria 
Te\yivot}tf fk'nmnn. tuMGr of the presfsnt 
^^/^'"'^^"/'* f rt/Jefi to the Bar. 1884, 
»y£ dom not pmctSse; senior partner 



Thomas Barlow & Brother, Manchester 
and London, and Bitrlow & Co., Calcutta* 
Shanghai, and Singapore ; Btv, 1907 ; J»P., 
Somerset and Cheahire; member Cheshire 
C.C. : eX'Pres. Manchester He form Club. 
UnsuccijRsfully contested t'hcshire, Knutti- 
foni (18851, Denbigh District (18»6|, and 
Frome, Somerset (1895). 

Torkington Lodge, Haael Grove, Che- 
Khire ; Bryn Eirias, t'olwyn B^iy, Kortli 
Walea Clubs — Brooka's, Devonshire, 
National Liberal. 

Barlow, PePOy* Bedford, litM. 

B. 1SB7. son of Thomas Barlow, J. P.. of 
Torkington Lodge and Brad well Hall, 
Cheshire, and Bryn EirLas. Colwyn Bay, 
N, Wales. Ed, privat<;ly and Pembroke 
and Downing Colls., Cambridge ^M.A.I. 
M. 1^2, C lara F.unces, dau. of W. S, Lee 
Midelton of Komerwct, t ailed to tho Bar, 
1892; joined S.E. Circuit; J. P.. Middlesex. 
UnsnccesHfuUy contested Bedford <1»OOI. 

6 Essex Courts Temple, E.C\ ; Torkln^"^ 
ton House, Acton, wl Cf tf^s—NationS 
Liberal, Bath, Eighty, Royal Automobile. 



JadderminRtar, IflOS, < 



BaimaFaH, ESdmund 
Broufhton. 

B. 1856, son of William Raniani, of H< 
ton Mill, Esgex. and Fair Green, Sa\ 
bridge worth, Hert*., and Marguretv dai,^ 
of John Bixjughtoiii of CHIT House, Crickle- 
rttone. Yorka. Ed, Brighton College, and 
Downing Coa, Cambridge jM.A.) M. 1887, 
Alice Maude (d. Wmh dau. of Charles 
Richardi^on, Tor wood, Wimbledon Pork. 
For many years malt«tor and flour miller ; 
member Metro piditan Water Board, Lee 
Conner vaney, and Thames Conservancy ; 
member HerLn, C.C* since 1888; J.P., Hert«. 
Unsuc^resftfidly contested Essex, iCpping 
0883), EHsex. Maldon (1886K and Kldder- 
minstor (1900). 

Westminiiter Palace Hotel, S.W. ; Fair 
Green Houmo^ Sawbridgeworth, Herts. 
C/iAfrj*— Reform, National Libernl. 



Olueow. Dlnrktriim, 1«0(S. 



MM. 1^1 

field ^ 
imo^ 

in a I 



Hlooll. 

R 185SI, Koit of James and Cathei . 
Barnes, Ed. Natioual School, Enfield 
Highway. M. 1882, Jesnie, dau. of Thomas 
and Mary Langlandi^. Started work in a 
Jute Mill when eleven; apprentleed Littr 
to an engineer ; Aj^lfit Gen. Sec. Amal^rmu 
ated Society of Engineers, 188^-6; i»ua. 
Sec. A.S.E. since ISSIB; member Manage- 
ment ComTnitteeH Buskin College, National 
Housing Council, and Co-operative Prints 
ing SH3cTet;r ; Editor A.S.E. Monthly Jour- 
ntiL Published works — if ii9fc»i^ of the 
Afmttffamate^ Socitiy €if Enointers ; lU- 
ttort of the Moaelii Inaustriai Oommisaton 
to ylaiertcia. \iTtfn.\iH'«»RCully oontMtMl 

108 PticWiMn BjockA, %,¥!». 




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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



BaFPan^ Howland Hlpst. Uedi^ k.. isoi. 

B. 1858, son of Sir John Barran, Bt. Kd. 
privato achooL Member I>eecls School 
Board, 1897 ; member fx-Hidiii City Conn oil, 
Wfi ; Goromor Leeds Gram. School : Mem- 
ber of Court, Leed»* Univ. 

Boochwood, Roundhay. Le«dR. Ctuhs^ 
Reform* Riinehigh, Bath. 

Barpy, Redmond^ K.0» T>Tone. n., iw. 

B. ISfifi, 8on of P. Barry. Cork. Ed. Royal 
Univ., Ireland I B. A.K M. ISfJ^'V, Etholbn i^a. 
dftu- of Kdward Pvke, South port. Calkd 
to the IriHh Bar, 1888; Q.C,, 1891*; Bencher 
ilCinj»A lans, Dublin L \Wy\ Solidtor- 
' M i.cral for Ireland, 1905l 

'I Lower Baggot Street, Dtiblin> Clubs - 
Reform, Stephen's Green, (Dublin). 

B«ae, WUllam Phipfton, Ay«hi«. 8 . ifl«. 

B. 183R, Hon of William John Bcalo, 
fornittrly of BlrminKham. Ed. HcidelberK: 
and PariH, M. 1869. Mary, dau. of William 
Thompson, formerly of Sydney, N.B.W. 
AHHifttod in Management of Parkffate 
Ironworlw and Collieries of S. Beale & Co., 
Yorkshire and Dijrbysihire, ISK^-o; called 
M rjift B*ir, 18fi7; CjX-., 1888; Bencher 
Lincoln's Inn), 18iil2. LTnsucceMwfiilly ffni- 
K^u^ War %vicke hire. Tain worth 0SS5K 
Birmingham, Central (1889^ and Agton 
Manor TlSBlK 

10 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. ; 
Drumluiiiford. BaiThill, Aj'rshlre. dubs— 
Reform, National Liberal, Albemarle, 
Sa\'ilo. Oarrick, 



B«»ucliamp, Edward, a^i'- lo*^'**^^'^' 

B. 1849, son of Rev. W. H. Beauchamp. 
Ed, privately and in Roval Navy. M. UhlJ 
Frances Mary (d. ISSRh daiL of Jame^i 
Stephen, LL,D, ; and r2iid» imx Bottv 
i I Campbell, dau. of Aj-cbihald WocxL^, Col- 
^^nnbuj^ Ohio. Served as midi^hipman In 
^■Ruyai Navy ; member Lloyd'n aince 1873 
^^■Chairxuaii, 1905|. 

^K. ^ Gloncest-er Place. W, : TCldertoo Lmlg«, 
^■punton, Norfolk. C/i*t^-Union. 

"b©j 



!i 



Sussex, East- 
baiiTD«, 1006. 



Beaumontt Hon. Bubept 

B. 18ft4, Hon of Ijord Allendale (formerly 
M.F, Northumberland, t^., anil TynoHide). 
and Lady Margaret Bean monU luL Eton. 
Cheltenham, and BaUiol Coll.. Oxford 
(B.A.K M, 19U0 Elisa Mercede?*, dau. of 
M. P. Grace. Battle Abbey, SuHj^ex. Un- 
BUCoeedTully conte»t-ed Lynn RegiK {i^^}. 
Biiokai, N. (lyoGflf and Durham, Barnarirl 
CaaUe (19(0). 

6 Buckingham Gate, S.W, Cluba — 
Brooks's, Reform, Qarrick. 



Jtrthui' Cecil 
Typpoll. 

I± JS/H soa of Aj'thur WUlmm 
H&Ueybury and Jesus CoU., 



CjwnlM., WUhceh. 1006. 

Beck, 

Cani- 



M. Florence Mary, dau, of W. F. 
C^allod to the Bar, 1»)8; J.P., 



m 

. F. ■ 
P..V 



bridge. 
Cooper, 
Huntft. 

Queen Aiine*H ManHiofis, S.W, ; Hairrold 
Hall. Bodftird, C/mIw— Devonshire, New 
Oxionl and Cambridge, 

Bell, Rlobard. TmhT. ifloa 

D. 1850, son of Charles Boll, late Police 
Sergt. in GlamorgaTi Constabulary. Mcr- 
thyrTydvil. I<ki. British Hehrjok M. (2nd> 
1805, widow of Mr, Wooscley, Borough En- 
g^lneer'rt Ofllt-'e, Swansea, Bc^m work 
at thiilieon at Cyfarthfa Iron Workn, 
Merlhyr Tydvil ; entered Ori^at WeRlern 
Railway t*ervice 187H; worked through 
gradeH of porter, ^hnnU^r, and under- 
guard to head gootiR guard and left, in 
1891 : took active part in movement which 
reunited in the shortening of railway 
workern' hours, and alwo in movement fnr 

freventlon of aoetdonU* to railway men: 
district See. Amalgaomted Society of 
Railway Bervant>i, ISJii liud General Sec,» 
IBlff ; J. P., Middlesex. Labour Member. 

115 Brownlow Kojvd, New Southgafee, N, 
CKwb— National Liberal (hon. menibcrK 

BdllafFft, Ifleut. Caplycia Lynn Resli). 
WUriwy. wotL 

B. 1S71, ^on of Lieut. -General Sir William 
BellairH, K.C.M.G., €.B., of Clevedon, 
SomeraeL Ed. Navy Preparatory School, 
Stubblngton Houhc, Fareham ; H.M*S. 
Brilanuia at twelve. EnteiNwi Royal 
Navy, 1881 ; obtained special proinr>tion to 
Lieutenancy for pansing examinatiouir! wit h 
nrHt-('la.HH ce^ti(UJat^3H in all HubjiK^t^ ; re- 
tired on account of defective eyesight, 14K>2; 
lecturer for tbt^ war eoiiivie for senior 
olMcerti at Greenwich on questions of com- 
merce, .shipping, and aecoiumodation of 
ports fi'om the point of view of their 
poe^ition in war; Society of Art** silver 
medal for jjaper on the Coj^l Problenu 
Puhlitihed work.H— articles in the Euca- 
d.op(Bdia Briiannica^ Naval Anmmf, 
Monthly RetH€W, Narth American Mc- 
view, Btc. 

1 Morpeth Terrace, Westminater, S,AV. 
Ci«ibj¥— SavUe, Eighty. 

B. 1870f son of Louiri Swan ton Bcllocand 
Elizabeth Rayner Farken. Kd. Mrn. Casp's 
Preparatory School, Hanipytead, Oratory 
School, Edglmfiton, and BjilJiol Coll., Ox- 
ford (Bra eke ri bur Y Sch. and 1st tJlai^K His- 
toi-y, 18&5I. M. 189fi, Elodie Agnew, dau. of 
.lobn Smethwick Hogan, California. Spent 
his nineteenth j'ear working on a Sussex 
farm; hi^ twentieth in London journaliisim ; 
his twentyflrst in the we^t of Arnericn, 
and later aa a gunner in the French army ; 
since leaving Ox fortl hiui livwl hv writing 
and ItLCturiixg. V\i\i\\ft\vcft. ^^Yto — T^W. 
End Child's^ BooU oj BeaRl«, DaT^^t^. 
Pariii : Robeauitrrc; Ttie VaUito V\wm^\ 
Caiibttit'8 Otude to LfttcT«. Axtx\-> 



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mT. 



LIBERA.!, YKAJl BOOK, IWft, 



as 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Bwt^den; The Old Road; Esto Perpdtia; 
HUU and the Sea : The Historic Thames. 
Artillorj' Mftn«ioiifl» Victoria StredU 
8.W. ; King's Larsd, Sliiploy, Horsham, 
Sosaox. Club—Hvlona. 



B«iui» Sir John 
WlUlama* 



Tower Haiolett, Bt 



B, 1835, son Of Rev. Julius Beun, Conjrre- 
gational MiniHter, and Ann Taylor, uer- 
rar^cli*, Cheflhiro. Ed- privately. M. 1874, 
ElisMiboth Pickstone. dftu. of John Fick- 
wtofie, Silver HJUl, Hyde, CheHhire. 
Foynded tho buf^incBs of Bcdd BrothoD^, 
publiBherfl, 1880; member London C,C. 
fjince creation in lESH (Cbairmaii, 19(Mr-5); 
Hflrved aa Chnirman of tin le^adinR 
Oommitteefi : fLrat moved in Houso of 
Comiuona with regard taa L'niflcatlon of 
London : t-ook active part tn the jSquali- 
sation Bill ; larg[oly nwponsible for IntrO' 
ducLion of Municiiial Electric Tramways 
into Ixindon; Kt., 1906; J. P. and D.U, 
London. PubUKhfd work.s— articles on 
i*mfial questions. Unsucceesfally coot«stcid 
Tower Hamlet*^, 81. George'n (1896J, Dept- 
ford (1897), and Bermondscy (1900). 

Tho Old KnoU, Blackheatb, 3,E. dub— 
National Liberal 



isoe. 



WcHadatock, U0&. 



Bfinn, Iflrilllam 

B. 1877, Hon of Sir J. W. Benn, M,P. Ed. 
Lyc6e Condorcet, Parian, and Univerwity 
ColL, London (Fielden Prize. 1397 ; B.A., 
London, iSOtS, liit place in Hone, and Univ. 
PriBc in French J. Tn^de n©wnpaper pro- 
prietor; ParL Priv. Sec. to Mr, McKenna,. 
1906. 

Christopher Sti'eet, Finsbury Square^ 
E.G. ; Tho Old KnoU, Blackheath, S.E. 



Nathaniel. 

B. imi *!on of Rev. George Bennett, 
M.A,. lat« Rector of Rede. Suffolk. Ed. 
DurhaiJii Hchool. smd Hertford ColL, Ox- 
ford (t^cholar of Hertford, 1896: 1st clafts 
Olii-sfl. Mods., 1K87; Iwt t:iaH,H Lit Hum., 
1880; IstclaHHTheologT. 18M0: Hall-Hough- 
ton Pri^'.o. 1891 ; PriKe l-eUowiship, Hertford 
Coll., 1891). Lecturer of varfoua ColleKeH; 
Mftftt-ercif the Schools. 1891^5 and 1904 ; war 
correflpondent for Times in Oetan insur- 
reotion. 1897, and for Wejutmitister Gazette 
in Sudan Expedition, 18U8 (Khedive'^ medal 
with clasp) ; explored Sokotra with Theo- 
dore Bentv 188B ; served in Volunteer 
Ambulanoe Corps with Methueu'w Column 
in a. Africa, 18^l9fK) (bronze medal) ; in 
command of Oxfordshire Volunt-eorji in 
Oniiig'e River Colony, 19Lri (medal with 
four vkh'ipH^ ; forinviiy tiu offlcer in Oxford 
/ Uiihi'tHitx Volunteer Corp«; holds com- 
/ ^/'^I'^i' J^^ ^^^ ^"oL BiLtL Oxfordrthire 
/ J^i^rmiiifantry; 0tiardJan of the Poor lor 



Oxford City; member Council PHyohical 
Research Society. Published works-- 17»« 
DoinifaJl of the Derrisheji (18S^) ; Pagan- 
mm and (TiriMianitv in the 3j\i and ith 
CenturiiH (1900^ : With Afethiten'A Cofumn 
o^tt. an A mbuiafice Train {VMi} ; articles in 
NintiteeiUh Centur-u, ConU'tnjmrat^y Mc- 
vievy. Blackivood, OlatiHical Revi£u% Ex^ 
poHiior, &c* 

Hertford C^ollege, Oxford, C^u&«— Bat 
Oxford County. 



BeFPldg^e.Th oinas Wnnrklc and 

Henry Devei*«ux. ii»mingtcn,u 

B- 1857, Kon of Rev. W. BerHdKe, Ho 
master of Upholland Gram. School i 
Vicar of Ijowimi SL Mary's, Lati^ash. 
Ed. Upholland Orani^ School and private 
M. 1887. j\^< ncH:, dau. of Frederick Campia 
Redhill, Biirrey. Admitted a fioUcit 
1878 ; partner Burn & Berridure since l« , ^ 
Unsucce!4Hfully cont^tcd Warwick and 
Leamington (lIMtt). 

m Rutland Oate, S.W. CVitds— Nation 
Liberal, Automobile. 



Bertram, Julina* H«ft«., 9., u 

D. 1866, son of Juliua A. Bertram i 
Martha Janet, dan. of CapU Jamea Gii 
mell, Ardifftrry. Kd. Repton and Mew 
Coll., Oxford ^3rd class C'lafiMical Mods., 
1887 ; 2nd class Modern Hirtttiry. 18S9 i RA,. 
18891, Admitted a soUcitor, 1893. 

U SuffoUc ati-eet. Pall Mall, S. W. ; Sisha 
Stevenage, Herts. C/mA— Reform. 



Bethall, Blr Johit 
Henry* 

Son of George BotheU. South Wo-odfo^. 
Esi^ex, Kt. 1906; presented ¥rith Freedo 
of East Ham, mm ; J, P., Emex, Tuki 
cofisfully contested Ertsex, Romford (11 
and 189iS) and West Ham, N. USOOK 

Park House, Wunstead, Krisex. 



Bethell, Thomaa 



£^MX,MftMo«,tOIM, 



B. 18n7, son of George Bethel 1. South 
Woodford. Ed. Hever»ham Gram. i5<*hool 
and King's ColL, London. fJalled to tho 
Bai", 1897 ; joined South- Eastern Circuit; 
member Select Committoo on Rural 
Housing Bill 

2 Garden Court, Temple. B.C. ; Tho Fin*» 
Soul h Wood ford, Kftsox, CI ubs—Na t iontd 
Liberal, Eighty* 



Birrell, Rt. Hon. 
Augustine, K.G. 






B. leai. nou of Rev. Charlen Birrell. Liver 
pooL ft,vn\ Hfl.ni*:t Jane, dan. of He v. Dr. 
11» Ot<5y,T£flin>iwv^v ¥A, h.'^vecy^V\l^mHAU 
8c>kOo\ avkdlrVoiX^ TELaft., CwKCcfev\ifi!i ^Rjaob. 



UBSHAL TBAR BOOTL, 



\m%. 



TfcUow). 3 



THE ROUSE OF COMMONS, 



Fellow). M. iUt) 1878, Margaret {d- 1879). 
dau, of Archibald Mirrieloa*; and l2Fxd) 
1S88, Eleanor, dau. of F. Lockcr-Lampson, 
and widow of Hon. Lionel Tennynon, 
Called to the Bar. 1S73 : Q,C.. 1895; Bencher 
(Inner Templet. 1903; Qoain Proft^^sor of 
Law. UniversitF Coll., Ixundon, 1806-9: 
Member Exec. Committer Natumal Liberal 
Fedemtion, 1901 4J (Pre^. liie-fi) : Clifkirrnan 
liberal PnbUcation Dcpnrtraeiil , 189^2-1906; 
Pres. Board of I^^lueatinn, 1905 7: Chief 
See. for Ireland^ 19l>7. Published works— 
Gbiter Dicta, 18i^ (8t.cond SeriOH. 1887); 

•^ JiidicatiF ; Men, Women, omi Bookft; 

isccUanit^ji ; In the Namf of tbf Bod- 

Liceft of Charlotte Broni^^ WiUiifni 

::litt^ Andrew MarrtU, and Sir Frank 

'kxrood : Duties and Rf^xponjiUnlUics 

TruMecJi : Copyright L€fu\ Un^ucceRfi- 

__Jy conte^itcd Livt^rpDol, Wiilksn (1885), 

lancB., WidntjH (1886J, and Manchei^tor, 

N,K. (IWO). 

70 Elm Park Road. S.W. ; The PTghtle, 
Sherinffham, Norfolk. Cfw&s— Atheufeuni, 
New Univorsity, National LIbeml. 



Black* Arthur B«dB., 

WUUam. BigitUwpride, iDOfl 

B. 1863. Ed. NottlnKham, M, 1887. 
Helen, dau. of John Spence of I'nifiley. 
s manafacturer; member Not tmgbam 
_ Council since 18»5 (Bhcriif. 18118; 
ayor, iy(J2; Chairman Education Com- 
littee): J. P., Nottingham. Unfiircce^a- 
Uy conteet'ed Yorkfl.. Don caster (ItNWi 
prinsfleld, Alexandra Park, Nottinj?- 
OZubs^Kational Liberal, Kighty. 



HACkii«y, S., IflOfi. 



Dinley, Horatio 
William. 

B. 1800. aon of W. King Bottoniley and 

I StijAbeth Bottomley, siBter of George 

^ I I Jftoob Holyoakc. Ed. piivat«ly and mk- 

' on's Coll. M. 1880, KlUe Norton. Jour- 

^list and flnandcr; founder of the 

^nanHal Times ; for several yeari^ pro- 

fietor of the 8un : then eal^bli^hcd John 

lilt, of \irhich he is acting editor; founder 

Hansard Union : prineipfii pioneer of 

Australian Mining. Published 

'Horatio BottowJey — Hiit^ Booke, 

cesfifully cnnt-ested Middle-sex, 

ey (1887) and Hackney. 8. UWO), 

. Pall Mall, aw. ; The Dicker, Sussex. 



I 



Boulton* Alexander „ „ _ 

C laud e Fors te r, HiuitB. , Ramsey, IDCW, 

Son of Jainea Forster Boulton, barrister^ 
Moulton, Linci5,. and Ottawa. Canada, and 
grandHon of Hon. Barey Boulton, a Judge 
of the King'H Bench, Upper Cjinada. Ed. 
Trinity Coll. School, Port Hope. Ontario, 
and Trinity CoU., Toronto. M 1891, 
Florence (d. 1903>, dan. of Henry Harms. 
HorHbtiin. A CanHdiBu by birth and mlw- 
c^oa, damJcUed In Kneiand. since ISJAT' 
£iaoU part in Canadian PaciBc Limd Kx- 



ploring Expedition to Rooky Mountains, 
1885; »iometinie Lieut^ Royal GrcniwiierH, 
Canada ; called to the Canadian Bar, 1887. 
and to the English 14tir, 18flo; appoiniod 
Counriel t^ the Porit OftU u. 1906. Published 
works— rA*- I^nr oiul J Practice of a Case , 
Stated; Liberal ijun ami thr Empire: 
Canadian editiant; of l^ndt^rhilt on Tortn; ■ 
B tale on BailmftUH: Smith s Ma*<ter ami 
Servant; Coote and Ti*istrftin*it Prolmte 
Practier ; Datrbfint on Etnpfom-rs^ Lifi- 
bHity; and O rant's Tmw of Bankina* 

2 Pump Court. Temple. E.C. ; St. Ivcj*, 
Iliintri. £?ii&H— Nation al Liberal, Eighty. 



Ppptjonl. KKW, 



Bowerinaii, Cbarles 
I wuiiam. 

' B. 1851, iton of Charles Alfred Bowerman, 
Hon i ton, Dcvnn. Compositor; Pari. Sec 
l^ondon .^rwiety of Compos! tors ; Prea. 
Trader I'nion Congress. 1901 ; Aldcmmn 
Ijondon C.C, mtU\. L.R.C. Member. 
4 Battledean Fioad. Highbury* N, 

Bracfii wniiam. GLaiiioirg&QBh{n<,««..iD(Mt. 

B. 186.^, Bon of Thomaa and Ann Brace of 
Hisea. Monmouthshire. Ed. Ri^cji Board 
School. M. 1891, Nellie, dau. of William 
and Harriet Hiimnhreys, of C"wTncarn, 
Mon. From twelfth to twenty-flfth year 
workc^d in collieries in Mon, : elected aecnt H 
MoniooutJi Valleys Miners' Assoc: Vice- ■ 
Pros. South WftloiJ Miners' Fcderiitiaii ; [■ 
member Royal Commissi oo on Coal Sup- 
ply ; member Monniouthshirc C.C. Lii- 
bour Member. 

Devonfleld, Newport. Mon. 

Bramsdon, Thomas Portsmontb, louo {By v 

Arthur* PartHniOmtll. MOC. 

B. 1857, son of John Brnmstlon, of Ports- 
mouth. Ed. Esplanade House. Ports- 
mouth. M. 1880. Mary Adelaide, dan. of 
Capt. t;. A. Reid, mih Bengal NaUre In- 
fantry. Admitted a solicitor, 1878; elected 
Coroner of Portsmouth. 1881; Chairman 
Sehool Boarfl. 1892-^; J. P., Portsmouth. 
Unsncc^HSfully cont«8ted PortBmoutb 
(1900). 

St. Ermines Hotel, Westminster, S.W. ; 
St. Heliew. Elm Grove, Southeea. Clut>is 
—National Liberttl, Royal U*ort»mouth), 
Corinthian Yachts 



Branch, James. stitititfiwx, EnfleU, law. 

B. 1845. Ed. Cambridge Heath Aeadomy. 
M. {\m 1865, Tamar Smith, and (2nd) l9Dt, 
Selina Kbben. Boot Tiianufactiirer, Lon- 
don and Norihampton ; member Ijondon 
C.t:. tiince 18H9. 

24 Fountayno Road, Stoke N e wing- 
ton, N, 



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Brlgg, John. ^ot>fc^-,iE.<A»!t^«iA^sfe* 



I-JBERAX. YEAR BOOK, 1908, 



40 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Dewsbury Moor, M, 1860, Maty, rtn.u. 
of W. Anderton, Bingley. Engaged in 
worsted trade ; active in county, nmnid- 
uaL erUicational, and masristerial work. 
Piibllfihcd wnrkH — sundrj' tjaniphletH on 
natural science, 

Kildwick Hall, Kefghley. a«ft— Na- 
tional Liberal. 



Brtflit. John 



Oldham, ifloe. 



Albert:* 

B. 18+3, aon of the Rt. Hon. John Brigfht 
and Margaret EliKabeth. dan. of William 
I/eath^m, Wakefield. Ed. Qrov© House 
School, Tottenham, and University Coll., 
Loudon. M. 1883, Mith Eckerley, dAU, of 
W. T. Shawcross, Rochdale. DiTe<3tor 
John Bright & Sons, Ltd., cotton KpinnerH, 
Rflchdal© ; M.P. for Central Birmingham 
oa L-U. Unsuccei^fifully conteKt<ed Mont- 
gomery District (IftD). 

One Aah, Rochdale. Clubs — lHotGrnK 
Cobden. 



ObesMre, Mbccleftflcld, IdOtk 



I BFOokleliiiFst. 
I WlUlam 

Bpockletiurst. 

I B. 18*il, son of W. C. Brocklehurst, sorao- 
' time M.P. for MaccleBfleld. Kd. Ohelteu- 
, ham and Mjigdalen CotL, Oxford (B.A.). 
Head of Biticklohurst & Sons^ silk manu- 
facturer*!. Maccleslielrt ; meuiber of 
Cheshire O.C. ■ Lt.-Col. Cheahire Imp. 
Yoomanry; J. P. Cheshire. 
; 33 Milk StreeU Chtjapside, E.C. ; Butley 
HalU Maccloafleld. CZub^Natloual Lib- 
eral. 



Snjiey, Bel{{At£>. iflOG. 



Tower Hamleta. B«w uid 
Bramley. ISCKk, 



Brodfe, Happy 
Ouniilii^liaiiii 

B. 1875, son of John Henry Brodi© and 
Florence Edith Cunningham, Ed. Win- 
chester and abroad. Partnor Findlay, 
Ihirham. & Brodie, colonial merchantn; 
Major Middlesex Imp. Yeomanry. 

9 Little Stanhope Street, W. ; Shrub- 
hurat» Oxfced. Sm-rey ; IjOrne Houae, Red- 
hill, Cluba ~ Cavalry, National Liberal, 
LTnion, City of London, 

Brodka, Stopfopd 
HiTllllam 
Wentwortli* 

B. 1850, won of Rev. Stopford A. Brooke, 
LL,D., and Emma THana, dan. of T. Went- 
worth Befiumont, formerly M.P. for 
North uniberlaufi, i^, Ed, WincheHt^r and 
Univei-fiity Coll., Oxford. M. hKKJ, Helen, 
daii. of Charles Kllifl. BoHton, U.i:*.A. 

34 De Yore ardent. Ken Ring ton. W. ; 
Hi(fh Wetherseh, Craidelgh, Surrey. Ciubs 
SL. Jamea'^t Hav^ile, 

BmniieFt J&hn ^ t^ .. ,«,. 

Fo wle p I^eeoe« ^''*^- ^^^' ^^' 

B. 1865, eldest .-^on of Sir John Brunner, 

JiL, M.R EtL Cbelteiiham and Trinity 

mui y&inbndm. M. im, Lucy Marianne 

Vau^han, dan. of OctAvim Vaughaii 

sometime M.P. for Bfttterwa. 



M&i^gnti, 



Manajirlner Director Brunner, Mond, & Ca, 
Ltd. ; member Exec. Committee National 
Liberal Fwleration, 1901-6; member 
C'heahire C. C\, 18Jf2-5- UnHUCC€«afully eon- I 
tested Cheshire, Hyde \mm. 

43 HarHiigton Gardens, H. W, - Sandi^iiiy 
House, North wich. C?h&s— RofoiTo, Na- 
tional LlbeniL 



BFiiiin«r, Rt. Hon. 
81p Jolm Tomlln- 
son, Bt. 



CThimhlre, Northwlcb, 

i«e7. 



B. 1842, son of Rev. John Bruuner, Zurich, 
Switzerland, schoolmaster at Evorten. 
Ed. prUately. M, |1^t) 16tH, Salome (d. 
1874J, dau. of James Da vies. Liverpool^ 
and ('2nd^ 187S, Jane. dau. of Dr. Wyuiau, 
Ketteriner* Entered mercantile hfe at 
Liverpool, lRo7 ; established (with Dr. 
Ludwig Mond, F.R.S4 the Alkali Work^ 
at North wich, \WW now the largest in the 
country; Chairman B runner, Mond & Co.. 
Ltd. ; member Royal Commisaion for Plans 
Exhibition, 1900 ; member Civil List Com- 
mittee, ItiOl : Bfc., 1895 ; P.C., 1906 ; raembw 
Uoyal CoomiiBjjiou on Canals and Water- 
ways, I90fi; J*P., Cheshii'e: IXL., I^acv 
shire, PubUshed workw— //amfbooAsj oJi 
Public Edwsation in ChfishiTr (189L and 
189HJ : EUjfit NottrM Qite^timi. UnsuocesH- 
fully contested Cheahire, North wich {ISSS^. 

y Enniftmore Gardena, S. W. ; Winning- 
ton Old HaU, Xorthwich. C7w-fw— Reform, 
National Liberal, Arts, 



I 

II 



Invomeu IHstrlrt, UJoB, 



BrynA, John 
Ajinan< 

Son of James Bryce, LL.D., Glaggow. 
Ed. GlasEow HiKb School and Univ., 
l^klinhurgh Cniv., and Balliol Coll, 
Oxford (Brackenhury History Scholar; 
1st Cliifis Hons. in Classics). "M, Violet, 
dan. of Captain L' Estrange, R,A. Partner 
Walliieo Brothers, East India Men'^hanis; 
Director London and County Bank, Bom- 
bay-Bar oda Railway Co,j &c» 

35 Bryanston Square, W. CZmIui— SaYtle, 
City of London. 

Bdlnlraif b. iaSl-«. 

Biiohanan, Thomaa fS°J?'^'*jZ i^SS: 
By bttPH. ^^SS"""^' ^' "* 

Fenliatalr», E.,19«M. 

B. 15H5, son of John Buchanan, Do wan - 
hill, near Glasgow. Ed. High School, 
Gla*!:gow; Sherborne; and Balliol ColL. 
Uxfonl (Kellow, All SouIk' Coll.). M. 1888. 
Emily Octavia, dau- of T. 8. Bolitho, 
Trengwainton, Cornwall. l«lnancia.I Se<-. 
War OtHce. I9(li5. Unsuct &Ksfully con- 
tested Haddingtonshire (1880K Edinburgh. 
W. a8tK»,ami Aberdeenshire. E. a90i))v 

12 .South Street, Paik Lane, W, Clubs 
Reform, Bmoks's. National Liboral 



.1 



IM&^^ 



BuokmaitflPi Stanley ^ .^^ 

Owen, ICC, OAmbrWge.U 

B. \mu R<ii\ of J. C. BttckmaRter. Or- 
'i gamz^uig ^\'i;Tvc?i'^\'*»M5t ^ "fe&V'fetkco and Art 



ki 



XJBKBAI^ ^KAK BOOK^ VW5S. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



TH 



ham School and Chrint Church. Oxford. 
M. 1889. Kdlth Augusta Lewin. Called to 
the Bar» 1881 ; ILt\» imL 

9 Old Square, Lmcoln's Inn, W.i '. ; I 
Port'hest^r Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 



Rmnkft, Rt< Hon, John« 

B.18Sa Ed. National Schools, Battereea, 
M, 188S!» Martha C harlott-c Galo. Appren- 
ticed at fourteen b» an engineer ; worked 
at hlB trade id variouH parts of England, 
on board ship, and on the Niger for a 
year; a leader in the Dock Strike^ 1889; 
member London C.C., 1889-1907 ; fomicrly | 
member Council Workmen's Pea«e 8o- i 
cietyjOf the Social Domoeriitic Federation. 
and ExfMJUtive AmalKiiiuftted EniJ^ineers' 
Trade Union ; Pre*. Liocal Govt. Board, 19U6. 
Publirthod worki^— paniphb^ts, rtrtft.leri, und 
«»eechea>. UnsuceeHrsfiilly conte-iUnl Xtjt- 
tfp^aT", W. (1886). Labour Metnber. 

37 Lavender Gardens, S. W, 



Bitmyeat, VUUam 
4ohn DalxelL 



B. 1871. snn of 
SarHii H urn y eat. 



Wbitehiiven, J006. 
William and Frances 



Ed. Rufcfli> und t 'urpnw 
Cliristi < olL. U.xfoptl (Exhibitioner; 2nd 
€hv-« in Mo<iK and in Final Sehoel ; IklAJ. 
('lineal to the Bar, 1899; J. P.. Cumberland, 
Millgrove, MoreHbv, Whitehaven. Ctub» 
— Keforrn, National LiberuL 



Burt, Rt. Ran. Thomas. Mofpetii, isTc 

B. 1837, sou of Peter Burt coptl miner* 

and Rebecca, dau. of ThoniaH Weather 

burn. Ed. various dame and colliery 

I iichools Uwo reiirs in alU, and subaequont 

«tiidy of books and men. M. 1880, Mary, 

I dau. of ThomaH Weatherbum. Worked 

in variouii coal minCiD in Nor thuoiborland 

I and Durham, lSi7-6&; General Sec. North- 

— i^'f iftnd Minern' Association mnco 18B&; 

ly PrcH. Afinern' National Union ; 

ii Representative at Berlin Labour 

vin!n lence, i89L>; Prurf. Traden Union Con- 

^et^, 18ai ; Parly. Sec. Board of Trmie. 

iJSe-o : P.C. IWiTj. Published work^ — 

LX^rUcleiS in the Nineteenth t'etiturif, J^'ort- 

^^Biffhtlif Revidw, Conleotprn'ttty Jieruu\ 

^Hpid other Reviews Lahonr Alember. 

^^ Reform Club. Pall MiUl S.W.; 20 

Butdon Terrace, Newcastle -on- Tyne. 

' Ctubs — Reform, National Liberal, New 

Reform, Kig:hty. 



Tower Butotota, ^pliir, 



Buxton, Rt, Hon. 
Sydney GharleS' 

M. iH.'iS, 8011 Of Cbarle« Buxton. M.P* for 
K, ??urrev, and Emily, dan. of Hir Henry 
H.i.Uand. Bt. Ed. Clifton Coll. and Trinity 
LolL. Camb. M. (IhtJ 1882, Constance 

iliS»I), dau. of Sir John Lubbock 
rd Avebuiyh and f*2nd) 18aJ. Mildred, 
u of Htijfh Colin Smith. .Member 
idon School Boai-d. 187tHi3; Hou. S<ic. 
[r. Tvkt^'s yujitf," ISS:^'S; LfndGf -ticc. 
oni&a* iSif:i-^; mvmbev Treasury Uoiii- 



niittoe on Income Tax, iyi>l, l't>stniJi-^tor- 
(Jcneral, 19(»5. Published workn -/■Ynaiuao 
ft mi Potiikff, an Histarical Sttulv, J7Hi~ 
liyfi:^; Hamlboak to the 7*-./^' h'Hes; 
Mr. GiiniHtort^ an Cha< tht 

Exchequer: Handbook to « .nt^- 

tions: Polituxtt Manual: Th> A.i,.istu:ntf 
Oil eUher ttuJr of th^. Flncxii Quest ion ; 
J^^ishing and .S/iooftn^; and matfajtintj 
artielen, pamphlet**. &c Unsuocesafullv 
contested Bot^ton U880), Peterborough 
(1885), and Croydon (1888). 

7 OroHvenor Crcwcent, SwW. • Xowtimbcr 
Place, Ha^*e>ck>*, Bu»Aex. CfwHw— Athen- 
«3Um, Brook-i's, 



BylQfl, WlUlam 
PoUnj^. 









B. 1830, son of Wiliiam Bylea, founder of 
the Mnttlfitrtl C^bhtreer. Kd. urivate 
8chool8. AL 18ft% duo. of Ht-ephen Un win- 
Colcbeeter. Fonnerly journalist and eliiel 

troprietor Bratl/ard Ob^terirr; member 
nterparliamcntary Union for Peace and 
Arbitration nince ISife. UnHUOceHrtfuOy 
contetHted Yorkij., Shipley (18951 and Leedri, 
KawOO). 

e Cha!oot Oardens, Hainmtead, N.W. 
C?itir#- National Liberal, Reform (Man- 
chester), Liberal (Brtulfordj. 



Calma, Thomafl. Newcs«u«aiMMi-Tyi». uot. 

B* 1851, Hoii of Thoinns Cairns, Forfar- 
Rhire. Ed. privately. M. 1S8(>, Isabella, 
dan. of William Biion, i^liipowncr, Xew- 
castle-mmn-Tyne, Chief partner CuimM, 
Noble. & Co., sliipown«r*i nutl nierchantrt* 
NeweaHllu, London, and Carditf; member 
Newcastle ISchool Board, 188^9; meuiber 
Ncwtsiu^tle City Council sinoe 1886* Vice- 
Pret^. rfUipownei-«' International Asaoc. ; 
Vice - Chairman Executive t'oiuiulttee 
Northern Libeml Federation ; J.P., New- 
castle. 

8t. Jame>i'H Court, Buekluffham Gate, 
S.W. ; DilKton Hall, Corbridge-on-Tyne. 
VI II 6— National Libci-al, 



J 



B. 1839, son of F. 
Ed. Gla^ifow and 



Caldwell, Glasgow. 

Edinburgh Unh'K, 
Member Faculty ef ProcuratorB, (IhiHi^ow, 
1884 ; formerly Lecturer on Law, CoUcKe 
of Science jiiid Arfe, Glasgow ; retired 
calico printer ; J.P.,ljinarkHhrre; UnioniHt^ 
li^, became Liberal, liSSti; Dcputy-i hair- 
man House of Commons, IMKI. Unnuccefw- 
fally contcHtod Gla8gow, TradeMton (181121. 

lOT Holland 
Terrace, 



lelland Road, W.j 12 GrOHvenor 
!, Glasgow. Club — National Liberiit. 



GBJaieron, Robert. 






B. 1825, Win ot l\vft BjfcV,T»\mciwci^^TXsffiKstt. 
and Cbrlstine Cmiwitotu ^A-^t^TVftXi.***^***.^ 



iXBBRAl- YEAli BOOK., IW^^ 




THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Fortingall. Perthshire, aiitl Boro' Road 
Cnllctfe, LoTitlon, M. 1881. Alice A. Ptitton. 
daiu of John Patkiri. ('i*oft Spsi, Diii-hanj. 
HeodmaHtcr FHcnd?*" School, Himderland, 
Ig-iO-Ra; has bocii Guarilian, Member of 
School Boarrl (Chairtuaii niiiti years), 
Chuirnian Free Library and Mu8uum, 
Sunderland ; Alxlennan and J.P., Sunder- 
land; Itictufei* on literary and Hcicntiflc 
«ubjecti*. Published workti—maicaziii*j and 
nowsmayier articles. UnsnccoHirifully oon- 
tuHUjd .Sheffield, Centra] Wmil 

3B Qnecn'H MiinHioni^, Victoria Street. 
S.W, 

Bt* Hon* Sir Henry, O.CB, I'iKtrict, iteie. 

B, lfl;ifl, Hon of Sir James rampbell, 
i^tracathrn, Forfarshire. Fd, GhiHgow 
Univ. and Trinity ColL, Cauib. M. 188U. 
C^harlottc (d. 190B1. dfiii. of General Sir 
Charles Bruce, K.C,B. Aa>^umed addi- 
tional name under will of mat<.^riial uncle, 
18T2 ; Fioancial Sec. War Omce. 1871-4 and 
1880-2; Sec. Adiniraltj, 1882-1; Chief Sec. 
Ireland, 18SI-5 ; Sec. War, ISSfi and 1892-^ ; 
G.C.R, 18il4: elected Liberal Leiuler In 
House of Commons. 18,99; PriTne MiniJ^fcer 
and First Lord of the Treasury. IflOi; 
hon* D.C.L., Osrford. UnHUrces.-*fuIly con- 
tested Stirling PiKtrict {1883- By). 

lODo^^nirij? Street, S.W.; Belmont Ci%8- 
tlo, Meisrle, Scotland. eZM&H— Athenaeum, 
Brooks's, Reforth. Oxfnrtl and Cambridge, 



liithe. 1906, 



Carr-Oomnii Hubert 
William Culling. 

B. 1S77, son of F. C. Can'-Gomm, J, P., 
D.L. Ed. Eton and OHel Coll., (^xfoid 
^M. A.K M. I9(J6, Kathleen, dan. of WUIiani 
Rome* Liveriiool- Hon. Sea London Lib- 
eral Federation, l«<>i-7 ; AKsiwt. Pi'iv. 
Sec. to Sir H. Campbcll-Bannerraan. 1903 ; 
Capt. 3rd V.B. The Queen's R. W, Surrey 
Kegt. 

in Westminster Mansions, 8.W. Chtbs 
— Brooks'a, National Libeml Eighty, 
Eanolagh. 



HouthWttTli, \\\, 1888. 



Oauston^ Rt, Hof!* 
Rlcliard Kni^lit. 

B, 18^3, HOP of Sir Joseph Causton. M. 
1871, Soltna Mary. dan. of Sir Thomas 
Chambers. QA\, M.P., Recorder of Lon- 
don. Director Sir Joseph (.'auston & Sons, 
Ltd. ; meniber Fxecutive CoinmittHeeH 
Afisociated Chambei^ of C'ommerce and 
London Chamber of Commerce ; member 
Company of Skinners (Master, 1877-81 ; 
a Lorn of the Treasury, 1832-.T ; Pay m aster- 
General (unpaid). 1906; P.(\, 1906; DJj., 
Loudon ; First Chairman London L. & K. 
Union and Homo Counties L. Fed. I'n- 
succefisfully contested Coltihc^stor 11874, 
JM% and ISmi 
/ ^I^Dwojifiht-e Place, \S\ Chfbs—li^tmm^ 
/^g^^w^/TO, National Liberal, L^lty Liberal, 



Cawley, Sir Fred e pick, 
Bt< 



Prtfltwich, IBM. 

B. I&jO. son of Thomas Cawley, Priest- 
land, Tarporlin-. Ed. Alderley Gram. 
School. IM. 18X6. Elizabeth, dan. of John 
S rii ith, Ky nsial Lml^e, A \ idlem. A bleacher 
and calico print-er; Bt., 1906; XP., Lanes, 
and Herefordshire. 

BrooklnndK, Prestwich : BerringtouHaU. 
Leomi nstcr. CI ubs — Reform, N atio o al 
Liberal. 



Carlisle. 1905. 



J 

^1 



Chance* FFederloli: 

WlHlam. 

B, 18.5.i!, son of Edward Chance, Malv* 

and Maria, dau. of Joseph Ferguson, soi 

time M.P. for Carlisle. Ed. Harrow arid 
(^alu8 Coll., Cambridge. M. I88t>, Mary 
Id. 19CIOJ, dau. of G, B. Seton-Karr. Indian 
Cu'il Serrice, Managing Director Fer- 
guson Bros., cotton manufaeturers, ( 'ar^ 
lisle; Director Carlisle and Cumberland 
Bank ; member CarliBl© City Council siui-e 
1893 ; me m ber Cumberlajid County C'duucU 
since formation; Chairman Cumberland 
and Westmorland T^unaey Conmiittee; 
J. P. ; D.L. 

Morton, Carlisle. C/wb— Reform. 



Channin^, SIf Francis itorUiuite.. s., 

AllStOn, Bt. 1885. 

B. 1B41, son of Rev. W. H. Channing. 
Ed. Kxctcr CoE.. Oxford (Chancellor* 
English Essay and Arnold Historical 
Prizes; Fellow, Lecturer, and Tutor of 
University CrolL, Oxford). M. Klimbef 
dau, of Henry Bryant Called to the 
1883 ; member Royal CommiKsion on Aj 
cultural Depression, imi-^: Chain 
Chambers of Agi'icnltiirc. 1894 ; Pr««. L 
Law Reform Association. 189i-9; Bt., IJ 
J,P,, Northants. Published works — _ . 
stiiiH; The Greek Ornfors as HiMorityjl 
A itthorities ; The Secotid Baflot : The 
Tntth abotit Agrieulturai Ih'presaion, ' 

iO Ejit-fvn Place, S,W. e?Mi»,«*— Reform, 
National Liberal, Oxford and Cambridge, 

Cheetliam^ John Derbvalilr^, ts. iaaiI'&. 

B. 18.35. son of John Cheethaiti, East- 
wood, Cheshire IM.P. for S. Lanes., 1853-8. 
antl Sill ford. l8aT-8), Ed. Cniv, Coll., Jjon- 
don (B.A. in honours, London Univ.). 
M. 1887, Beatrice Emma, dan, of F. D. P. 
Astley, I^.L,. Dukinrtcld, Cheshire, and 
Ariftaig, InverncKB-shiro. J.P, counties of 
Chester and Ijiucjvsl^jr ; Aldernmn 1 he- 
ahiro C. C. ; Governor Victoria Univ,. 
Manchester; Director Manchester and 
Liverpool District Bank: received honor- 
ary freedom of StAlybridge on prcHi^ntlne 
to that tonsil Public Free iJbrary as Royiii 
Jubilee Memorial, 1897. UnrtuecrjHsfnlly ' 
cont43sted Derbyshire, High Peak (ISS5, 
\mi\ BMty {Xm^\, citid StalyT>ridffe ll9fN»>. 





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Rt. Hon. RlCh&Pd Uit^rpool. 

;, K.O., LIi.D* EtthiLnije. 1006. 

ison of K. W. Ch!3[Ty, solicitor. 
by Coll., Dublin (b.A.. 18T9). M, 
holmina Marj% dan. of Robert 
!;ollliisto\\Ti HotiHe. Leixlip, co. 

Called t« Iriwh Bar, IS81 ; Q.C, 
ofestsor of Conj5titutionai and 
haw, Univemty of Dublin, 18S9 
?tioy- General for Ireland^ HWS : 
X ItJOo, PubllHhcd vrork^-Thi 
nd Law and Land PttrchdHc 
%nuai of Crimimil Law; Lpc- 

the &roit*lh of tYiminal 1a tu* in 
fHiminUieit, Un>*ycro&aftilly con- 
irerpool, Kirkdale {limi 
tepnen'8 Greon, Dublin. ClttbH — 
Liberal, Roforiii < Liverpool J. 






CanjtrfrWiuU, 
Perkhiitu, lEKJG. 



W., JftOfi. 



ill, Rt. Hon. 
on Lieonard 
Br. 

Bon of Rt* Hon- Lord Ran- 
hurchill and Jennie, datu of 
Jerome, New Vork. Ed. liar- 
Bandbnrst. Entered Aniiy, IS95; 
h Queen's Own Hu^ssarn; sorvttl 
ininh Korce;^ in Cuba, 18yo (1st. 
Einisb Order of Militikry Meritj ; 
[akand Picltl Forec (attached SUA 
Infaiitryj. 1897 ; present sit opera- 
Bajaur (dewpatehefi, medal ^^ilh 
BPdetly officer to Sir W. Lockhart 
rah Expeditionary Force, 1898 
nith Nile Expeditionary Fone 
I 2lHt Lant.ersK 18J1H ; present itt 
' Khartoum (medal with cla^pli ; 
\ f^outh Afriimn War (LieuL S, A. 
jrsel; t^iken pdrt^oner, but uHCJEipod; 
a( actions or Acton Hyniei*, Ven- 
uit. Hussar Hill, Cinjtolo, Monte 
ittles of Spion Ivop, Vwil Krtint/.» 
irs, operations round DuwettidortJ. 
of Sand River, cnwi-KemcntH of 
ibuFff and Diamond llill, and cap- 
^GtA)r\H ^ medal with nix ehuiipe): 
jorrcspondent of Mornina Pom 
' Africa, 1899-11*10 ; left L^tiionliil 

I: Undor-Sec, for the Coltuiies* 
:\, 19CVr. PiibH>ihed works-Thc 
the Malakaud Ficfd Force ; The 
'or; Sarrola : Lomh>n to Ladif- 
ia Prrtcrrin; htn IfamiJton s 
Life of Lord Rand of ph VhnrvhilL 
^fidly I ont*^t<.^d Uldbani {\m\}. 
>n Street, W. Club—lMvi. 



Cluu-les 

donof Richard and Mary Clarke. 
iverpooL M. 1873, Kebecca, dan. 
Potter, Partner Potter &; Clark*?. 
* dragfiistK, London ; iHend>er 
[ .r,. lSikH-UN37 (Chairman Dnild- 
' r<:e for two yt+arH and 

rnuiitteelf; Ma^'or^, Cam- 
; > I 1.1*,, London, I nnuccei^- 

uU-^U'd tiitiihvt'%yt'U, J>ijJvvif"ij 
7\i\\ vtHiittilH.^, Mik'Kftd Oiitl*n. 
?dge, i'lmujpion HiU. S.K f^/tth 
JJbeml. 



del and, J&mea Qhagv 

WlUiam* i»»- 

B, 1S74, son of Chnrlef< Clcland, paper 
manufacturer. Efl . * 3 lafi^ow Academy ivnd 
Univ*. and llalUoJ ColL, Oxford. Called 
to the Bar, ls"ii!i ; member ijondon C.C, 
19t>l-7 iCbainnan Establishment and Parks 
( omniitbt esl ; member Inns of Court Hiflo 
VoIh. ; Hon. Tread. Paesmoro Edwards 
Settlement, UnHuccesHfuily conte^^tad 
Le win ham {11K)3L 

4 Hurconrt Buildings, Temple, E.G. ; 
Bonville, MaivhiU, Glasgow. Ctubs^ 
Union, National Liberal Libei-al (Glaa> 
gow). 

Clongta, urilli&At. Yoriu. Hidputtawe. 

B. l«62. sioii of Thomas and Hannah 
Clough. Ed. Steoton Provident School, 
KciK^iltiV Trade School, and Pannal Coll., 
Hari-ogatc. M. I84tfl, Louisa, tlau. of Wil- 
liam Clapham, lveig:blcy. Member Yorkti,, 
W.R.. C.t:. fitnco mM. 

Whitley lle^id, St«cton, tieai* Keif^hioy. 
Cfi<i>— NatiuTtal Liberal 

Clynei, John Robert. jsur. 

B 1H^». Etl. eh^mtnt.ary sicbool. Began 
work in a cotton factory: Organizing !dec. 
Jjancashirc DisUict or the tiasworkers 
and Gcnoi-al LbLbom-cnj' Union siinco 11J06 
^Organirter, 18ai-(i); Sec Oldham and Dis- 
tnct Trader Council; Patjfc (.'hairman 
Federalion of Trudt^s Councils; J. P., 
t>klham. L.R,C. Mcmbur. 

176 Union Street. Oldham. 

Cobbold^ FeliJc Sufloik. stowiBarkEt, iB85-a 

B. 1K41, »on of J. V, Cohbold. formerly 
M.P. for IpHwlch, and Luf y, dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Patt-cHon, l>nnki*t,one and 
Withnm Rcetorlew. Siitfolk. Ed. Eton and 
Kind's Cq]U Cambridge <B.A„ WiA ; M.A,. 
186S; Mentor FeUovvi. Called to tho Bar, 
laeS; ha8 been Mayor, IpsHndi; J. P., Suf- 
folk. UnsueccsHfully contcRtod SuHolkt 
WoodbridMcdJMKJ). 

The Lodge. FcliXHtowe. Bnifolk. Ciitbs 
— He form. New Univernity, National 
LiberaL 

GoUlna, Steptien. LeiuMJi, K«mibigti>n, iDoe. 

B. 1847, son of William Collins, Bwanage, 
and Ann, dau. of E. Walpole, HuthweU, 
Northants. Etl. British Scliool, .Swanage. 
M. (Itit) 1872, Fnmctis UL mm, dan. of H. 
VV^ebber, and ilntl} IWl, Jnne, dan. of 
William Russell, Marswtirth, Hertj*. 
Wt'tJine merchant and contnictor; foraicrly 
member Lambeth Borough Council ; mem- 
ber London t X\. UKH-7, 

Harhoruo. St. Aiin » Hill. Wandswortb, 
S. W . Cfui/— National Libfcrfi\ . 



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rlHca. flAU. of Kfiward Treacher. Ei3. 
UnivertsHy Coll. School St. Bartholoiiiow's 
HoHpifcal, and I^ndon Univ. (J^cholAmhlp 
and two Gold Medals: Double lat Clasm 
Hon**, at M.B, Degree; B..Sc. with HoiiK i 
1^1.8.; M.D.. DP^.h F.R,C.K. M- 1888, 
Juan 8!«vonHOn, di4u, of John WilMon, 
Honietime M.P. for Govnn. Formerly 
tcftcher of Anatomy at St. Bartholo- 
Tiiew'M ; Surgeon Royal Eye Hospital and 
London Toihperaneo HoKpital ; ni ember 
Koyal C'fHiiiiifKHioni* on Vaeei nation {1888- 
y*!) and Vivisection (M*) : Life Governor 
University Coll. ; Vice Chancellor, Fellow, 
and Senjitor Loutlnu Univ.; member Lon- 
don CX\, imi-vm (Chflirman, imi-H; 
Chairman Education Committee. ia03-*H ; 
Kt., imi. PuWinhod vfQTkH—The Man v. 
thf Mif^obe: The r?n/j*£a/;f/te Ijens; 
physic ami Mftaphysic ^^^ Ratio no I (xm in 
AiediHtu' t Sninoza ; Efof uti&ii in Dweane. 
Uii*tucce>isfiulv eon tented St. Pancras, W. 
(189(5) and Univ. of London \ims\. 

1 Albert. Terrfvoe, Regents Park, N.W, 
Cf«^— Reform. 



B. lUL Ed. Leedfl Gram. School. 8iir- 
ifeon practMnj? in Bermondsey; member 
London C,C. 18S9-1906 (Chairman Public 
Heal til Committ-eo for six yeai^), 

Kf South wark Park Road, S.E, 

B. Wm, Hon of ( 'harlea J. and Elizabeth 
Corbe 1 1 , Thames Ditton . Kd, Ma rl borough 
and New ColL, Oxfonl (M.A„ B,C.L.j. M. 
1881, Mario dau. of Geor^o Gray, Tun- 
briduro Woll«. Called to the Bar : J. P., 
SuHHcx. UnHnecoHafully eontet*ted Sue4^ex, 
East GrinHtca*! 0895 and HKXIJ. 

2 llarcourt Build hig^;. Temple, E.C. ; 75 
Vict-nria iritrcct, S.%V. ; Woodgate, Bane- 
liilL Siis.^ex. 

Cornwall, 8tr Bdwlii iietlmiil Grctm, N.E., 

B. 1863, HOn of /Vndrew and Ijaura Corn- 
wall, LajifoifU North De^fin. E(L el omen - 
lary achook and privately. M, 1884, Ellen 
Mary Day» Member London VX\ since 
1^'2 (Vice -Chairman, ll*J3-5; Chairman, 
IflOd^J ; flrnt Mayor, Fulham. 1900 and 19Q1 : 
Member Thame+^ Coni^erv^aney ; Officer 
t^t^on of Honour; Kt, If*^; J, P. and 
DX., London Oo. UnHuceeHsfnUy con- 
t-csted Fulham (ISMS and 19(K)K 

3 Wliiteliail C<iiirt, S. W. CTi^i^J—Reform, 
National Liberal. 



Copy, 3lF Clifford 
John. 



.Be. 



Cornwall, SL Iwn, 

B. JKM Avj// or John Cory. J. P.. D.L. Ed, 
/ i^^iV^^H^' ^- ^^^ -fii^nv. daih of Albert 

^^Aif,/£' JSF'^ ^«^ sKerfJf, Moil- 



C.C. ; J. v., Glamorgan Kb ire and Men- 
raoiithBhlre. UnaucceRBfnIly contested 
Monmouthshire, S. (18951 and Kent, 
Ton bridge I1900K 

LlanUirnani Abbey, MonmouthMhirc. 
C'hibH ~ Dtn'i>nKhire. National Liljeral, 
Eighty, Itsthmian, National, 

Cotton, Bi]« Henry Jotm Notunifium, e., 
Btedman, KX.S.t. iw^ 

B- lS4o, Hon of J. J. Cotten, Madra?? Chil 
Service* Ed. Mi^Kdalen College tStlMiol. 
Briifht/an LloHeKe, antlRifi^f'H < ylL, London. 
M* l8fi7, Mai'y, dan. of James Ryan. Served 
in Indian Civil Serviee 18B7-I9l>2 ; < oia- 
mifiHioner of Police and Coairman CaleiiUa 
Municipality, 1887; Chief Sec. Bengal 
Goveiimient, Isyi-tJ: Acting Home Sec 
Government of India. liMi; Chief Coni- 
mlHHloner, Awxam, 18B5-1902, Published 
work.— New India^ or fjidia in Trtinsition, 

4o St. John^H Wood P^rk, N. W. Ciubt^- 
Sa\ile, National LiberaL 

Cowan, WlllllUn Sux?#>y. OaUiUonl 

Henry. ivw, 

B. iae2, son of WilHam Covmn, Edin- 
biinrh* Ed. Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh Collegiate Sf hool. and Ediih 
burgh Univ. M. mHi, Winifrede, dan. of 
Daniel Smith, Edinburgh. Director Pftrk* 
ini^on and W. & B. Cowan, Ltd*. Londoa, 
Edinbui^fh, Sydney, 8lc. : J. P.. Suhscx. 

7 Hanover Hou^e, Regent's Park, N.W. ; 
The Crow's Neat, Fab- warp. Sussex. 
C^lw&s— Reform, National Liberal, Aato- 
mobile. 

Cox, Harold. PrMt(ni,19M. 

R. 1854*, son of Homersham Cox, Coi 

Court Judge. Ed, Tonbriilge and J. . 

ColL, Cambridge (St^holar; B*A.. Mat _ 

TripoH, 188J ; Pre«. Lin ion I. M. 18I«1, Helen 

I Cle^g. Univcrnity ExteuHion Lecturer on 

' PoUtiejil Eeonomy : Hpent nearly a year 

working a*! an agricultural labourer in 

Kent and Surrtjy in order to gain an In- 

night into the life of Englinh labourers: 

I Professor of Matbematics Mahonmnedan 

I CoUcgo at AligjLrh for two yearH j rexid for 

I the Har^studenL of Gray'n Inn), but adopteil 

journalirtm n>i a nrofesHion ; See. Cobdoti 

Club, 18J]M^imi. Publinhed work»— /^mf 

; XatiotioHsai t'on^ and various |)ampblot« 

on Free Trade and other economic ■fub- 

I jert*«, 

Q Ilaymond BuildingH. Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Oiii^— National Li bend* 

Craig, Herbert James. lynemnuth.iftjr 
B. 18(19, Hon of James Craig, fonnerly 
M.P* for .VwwcaHtlcon-Tyne. Ed. RuKb) 
and Trinity Coll.. Cambridge |LL.B., 18JJ1K 
Called to tho Bar, lHtr2; joined N.K, Cir- 
cuit; \uirtnin- HorHt^^, Cnilg, &: i^o,. Now , 
cartUft-mvTYUc ; \,\fc\\\,.\\it>Y«^Xii!LV».l Vols, I 
PiiAare C\vwLU\\*vbVvs, ^,\N .% \\ VxVci^v* Tv»- ^ 

race, T^neTOouOa. Ctuba— ^w^oviiQ^ "&*r 

tioivaV llbexoA- 




T.WTtV.n A T -VW^ 



« Tt flOK: . IW^^ 




THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 



aep, 81i» 
wmi^m Randal. gbo«4it,i,^H*Bg«i^n. 

1900. 

^ son of G. M. Cremer, a heraJd 
Fareham. Kd. chiefly by hib 
M- nat> Charlotte, dau. of JameH 
, SpftidlnK; and (2iid| Lucy (d. 
, dau. of J. Coomb ea^ Oxford. Begun 
at twelve in a nhii^buildinif yard ; 
a carpenter and joiner for twenty 
; first Oen* See. Int^jrnutional Work- 
■ ' ' '. ; Founder Inter-Parlia- 
ncew; See, Intemaiioual 
i^ne Kinee 1ST2 ; ha« four 
sitiHi the U.8. and preaented 
U* from MemberM of House of 
_JEionB to the Prcaidont and Conijreaw. 
ftvour of a Treaty of Arbitration be- 
tween Groat Britain and the U,B. ; moved 
and cani'd imanimoualy wiLh tho help 
of Mr cie and the Governmont 

a re^' favoiir of such treaty, 

18B3; t with Lord Panneefotc In 

ppomot inig^ 1 rcaty ; Chevalier de la Leifion 
a^Honncur, 18^2; awarded Xobcl Gold 
Medal and Prize (of which he gavo £HO00 
as an endowTUent lo thti lotematioDftl 
Arbitration League), lim-, KL, l^fn. Pub- 
work*?— editor Artfitrator since 
1 1 . I to the people of Europe in 
of Arbitration. UnsncceKgfully 
_" Warwick (1888 and 18741 and 

Jtch^ Hagger^ton (18861. Labour 

llffember. 

11 Uneoln's Inn Fielde. W.C, Citdb^ 
Nalioual LiberaL 

^Gromble, John Wtlliam. *^«»^d^«»ixije. 
B, 185S. tton of John C.*ronibie. D*L., Bal- 
ownie Lodg^» Ala-rdet-n, and Jane, dau. 
Z John Sanic. HoliciLor, Edinburifh. Ed. 
Iberdoen GyniiittKiuin im^l Univ. ^(M.A., 
"IT?) and abroad. M. l^U\ Minna^ dau. uf 
RU Hon, Eugene Wanon, M.P. Director 
J. & J. Cronibiti^ Ltd*, woollen, nianu- 
faiiturers; Priv. Sec. to Kt. Hon. J ami's 
"i-R. Board of Tmde. lS93-o : 
ri>r Prevention of tho Sale 
^t Liquurn lo Children, IflOl ; 

id Chairman .Seottieh Un- 
ALRV, lyOft; J.P. ami Ji.U, Aber- 
l^bliflhed works— .S'o7?j.e PiMtn 
i Pe^pie in Foreign LantU; various 
r articlCH in magaAiines, 
i^tialow iSquaro, S.W. ; Balgownie 

„., near Aberdeen, Clubs—U^f orm. 

Liberal ( Edit! buiTjh), Northern (Aberdeen), 

I Crooks, llif lUlani. woaiwicb , looa, 

B. ISlj'i, Jion of George and Caroline 
Cfook«j. Jild. George Green Schook, Pop- 
M. (iHtl 1871, Matilda South- and 
__.d» liftWi KUzabutIi Coulter. Began work 
tt nine : apprenticed to a cooper, 1S6U ; 
I ' Topmr Hoard of UuardiariH tilnce 
1 raaii sinco It^M) ; nieiubcr Lon- 
irice lali'i; itu'itthvrMvtrtifHilitRii 
iftMirff : mejiibrr Pophiv BoVitugh 
rJirtte jours (Mayor, 1WI-2L 
.:. . jjfter. 

j^j trxjuf'f dlrtMfC, PopjATt K, 



GPOBflald» Arthur 
Henry. 

K. li>65, son of John CnwHfteld, Kd. Up-J 
pinKham, Chairman <'rotitield A: SonSfl 
Hoap manufaciurern, Warrintfton. Unsuo^ i 
ceKsfnlly contcfitcd WoLrrington (ISOO). 1 

Harreininan. llovlake. Cbejihire. Clntt8 | 
—National Liberal, Atlantic, 

GrOflSleyi William Chealiiro, AltHndHam, 

John. woe. 

B. 1844, won of Mmlor Frauds Crosslwy. 
Ed, Royal School, Duitj^aunon, and B<:>nn. i 
F'l-usHia. M. 1K7»J, Mabel Gordon, ilau. of j 
Kmncis Anderson^ c^ooietimo Inspector- 
Gen. of HoripitJilH, Indiii, Chairman Crass* ^ 
lev Brothers, Lid,, Entfiuoors, Manchehter r 
J,F,. Che^shiro and Mancheyler; received 
freedom of ManchfjHter, lUOi 

Qtieen .Vnnes Ma nitons, St. Jame*4'fl 
Park, H.W. ; Glen Held. jUtrincham, 
Cheirfhirc ; Pull Woods Anible«ide. Clubis 
—Reform, Reform (ManeheftterK Claren- 
don (Manchester)* Union (MancheaberK 
Royal Windermere Yacht. 

Gurran^ Pat«r* Durhoja, J^rruw. ido7. 

B. 1SIJ(.>. Hon of Jame^ and Mary Curraiu,^ 
Ed. Kinoing Park* UiasROw. M. (Lst) 188U 1 
May Mclntyrc ; and (2ndt 1897, Marian 
lUirry. HaH been in Ivabour movement 
Bince he waw IK ; |»rincipal organiser Gas- 
workoni and Gen<?ra,l Labourers U^^ion; 
C'hairman General Federation of Trade 
Unions J T6|ireHent*i Trade I'uions on Ki- 
ecntive of (he Jj^ibour Rcprieficntation 
Commitlee ; I^ahour delegate to America, 
^>ance, Germany, BelKiuoi, and Holland. 
Un?*ucce>wfully contcHted Barrow -in- Fur- 
nesft (18Wd), BarnHley (lH9i)), and Durham, 
Janow (19n6». L.B.t.. Member. 

1 Prctorhi Avonue, Walthamstow. 

SalinvDyi Liord. MidiuUikn^ime. 

11. 1882, eld est nou of Lord Rosebery. 
Kd. Eton and R.M.C., Sandhurst For- 
merly LicuL Grenadier GuanlH. 

38 Berkeley Square, W. : The Dui-dans, 
Ejxsom ; Dalmeny, .Scotland, 

Dalalal, Jamei Henry. ^{^^ ^"^^^ 

B. 1S6S, HOii of JaincK Dahsiel. liki, 
Horgue Acadcmv, Kirk curl bright, Shj-ews- 
bury High School, and Ivlng'.s CoJL, 
London, JournallKt and newspaper pro- 
prietor. 

Hotel Cecil, Strand, \V.C» Clubs— 
Reform, National Liberal. 

Davies, David. Mii»tiii,romGr>Mijire, leoc. 

B. imi .son of Edward Da view, Llan- 
dlnam, Montgomery*»hirc. and Mary, dau. 
of Rev, EviiU Jones Brynhufreu, Ed* 
Mci'chi.ston Catatle School, Ivdijihurgh. and 
Ivlng'K Coll., CambridKe (2nd Llasb Hons. 
HiHtorical Trirjcjy. Director Cambrian 
Railwaya, Bivn-y UaVlN^a.^, asi^i ^'ocasi<:^^3^- \ 
iiery Compantet^ ; u\tim\>*5t ^wwvc:SiSi. «!L \ 
University Ct^U. ot WbAg^ at\^ftA.\3wV*fc"t- 
sitv C:olL of BoutAi %Nft\^s, tk-TX^L ^GrmsiN 
Coll.. BanKOT-, TnomXifcic Cqvm\» ol y.w««3 



LIBMBJLX. YEAR BDOK. 190S. 



m 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



of North Walti.4; Capt. 5fch V.B. South 
Wales Bordorors ; J. P., MontgoincryHhire, 
29 St, Jamen's Street, ii.\W ; Plas Dinam. 
Lliuidinani^ MontigomeryKhLrp. Cittbs — 
Reform. Bath, Koyal yocietien, Welsh. 



Gi,TiiiLrvoii0]iiT&, S. V306 iByh 



Davles. Bills 

IVllliam. 

B. 1871, aon of Dtivid and C'athorinc 
DavieB, Bethesda. Ed. private school and 
Liverpool Collogo. M. IfWU Minnie, dau. 
of Eicnartl Hughes. Portmadoc. Admitted 
a Solicitor, ISSBJ (ist Classi Hoiw. mid Law 
Society Prize); member Carnarvonshire 
CC- tCliaii'iima Unoraijlo^ cd Caniinlttoe 
and member EdiujiiVtioo Committee) ; fto- 
ortJHentative Qoi,ernor Baogor Univemitj' 
College and Univeraity C'ollege of Wales. 

Bodlondeb, Carnarvon. (7f«6»— National 
Liberal. Welsh. 



C&idlsaasiiire, 1B86. 



ItairleB, MatfcbQW 
Lewli ITautflieui. 

B. %M0, son of Matthew Davies, Tan-y- 
Bwlch, Cardi^anshirw, FA. Harrow. M. 
1889, Mary, vvulnw of Alexander Jenkins. 
Hiffh Sheriff Cardiganshire, Wo ; J. P. and 
D. j1_, CarrliffJinshire. 

17 Hyde Park Gardens, W. : Tan-y-B wlch, 
Aberyetwlth. CVitb."?— Brooks's, Hurling- 
ham. 

DanieHi Timothy. FiOham. i9o«, 

B. 1857, son of Henry Davfeg. Ed. 
Llanpuxtipsaint School, M. 1893, dau. 
of John Jenkins, a draper. Learned hiri 
hujjlness in Liverpool ; eommcnccd busi- 
nesH in Fulham, ISSrt; rnetuber Fulham 
Borough Council (Mayor, U)i)l -it Aldorman 
since 1903); member London CO., UWl-7; 
J.P-, London Co. 

Pantyeelyn. Ea.st Putney, S.W, Club - 
National LibemL 

Da vies, urilllanit Howell. Biistov b.. uxw. 
B, 1851, HOn of Thomas Da\i68. Ed. 
private school. M. 1882, Ada Mary, dau. 
of Obod Hosogotirl, Bri.-*tol. Leather mer- 
chant and tanner ; l-'ros. Bristol Chamber 
of Commerce. lS8i-.*i; elect-ed to Bristol 
f :ity Council, 1885 (Alderman, 1807 ; Miiyor. 
ISftrlMi); Chairman Bristol Docks Com- 
mittee ; member Exec Conmiittoe Na- 
tional Liberal Federation, 1 895-1 flOfl ; J. P., 
Bristol. Unwiiccossfully cont-e.*fted Bristol, 

H. mm- 

4 ^Vliitehall Co\irt, S.W. ; Down House, 
Sloke Bishop, Bristol. C7ubti— Natlotial 
Liberal, Liberal (Brlt^lulf* 

KtUnbiinjih. S., 
Edinburgh. S., looe. 



Dewar, ArtliuPi ]£.C> 



B. imx son of John Dewar, distiller. 
Perth. Kd. Perth and hldhiburgh Univ. 
(M.AJ. M. imi, Letilia Dalrviiiplj, rlati. 
of Robert Bell. Clifton Hall, Midlothian. 
/^r/Av/ A3 tJie SrnitJsh Jiar, ISSJ : K.C., 
jm/; Purl Prfv. Sec. to Mr. Thomas 
MS?f^lL\.JS?^^ ^^f/n.yuct"es«/ii2Jy cord'estod 



24 Walker Street, Kdlnbiirgh. Chibs^ 
R^^form, National Liberal, t/niveraity 
{l^dinburKhK Liberal (Edinburgh). 



irgh. CitxAs— 
I, t/ niveraitj ^ 

mrgh). ■ ^m 



lov^RteKB-ntiire, WoO. 



D^wFar, SLf John 
Alexander, Bt. 

B, 185<J, son of John Dewar, diatiUer< 
Perth. Ed. Perth Academy. M. \im 1884, 
dau. {ih 1899> of William Tod. Gos petty* 
Kinrofi.^-Hhir© ; and (2nd) 1905, Mari^ret> 
dau. of Henry Holland. Chairman John 
Dewar and Sons, Ltd., diBtiilers, Perth ; 
Lord Provost Perth, 1893-9; Bt., 1907. 

Abenmimy, Crieff, Perthshire. Clubff— 
Reform. Brooks's^, National Liberal, Lib- 
eral <Edinbura:hh Royal (Perth). 



St. Pancraa, II^^H 

.ewart DieklSP 
*. for Stroud^ i ) 
L, Cambridge \ 



DldklnsQn, Willoughhy 
Hydtt. 

B. 1859, i^on of Sebastian Stewart Did 

son, Pains wick, Glos., M.P. for StrowL* 
Ed. Eton and Trinity Coll,, Cambridge 
{B. A,. Matli. Trii»os, 1880). M, 1891. Mioia© 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Richard Meade, 
IC. C.S.I. CaHeti to the Bar, 1SS4; prao- 
tiae« at Parliamentary Bar; member 
London C.C, ia3S-19C»7 (Deputy- Chairman, 
1892-189(5; Chairman, 1900J : Chairman Lon- 
don Liberal Federation since formation in 
1901 ; meniber Exec, Committee National 
Liberal Federation, 1897-1906; J. P. and 
D.L., London Co» Published works— 
various pamphlet** and papers deallnig 
with London adminifttration. L'nsucceas* 
fnllv contested Tower Hnmleta, Btepner 
(1895) and SL PancrrtJ^. N. (IflOOK 

12 Parliament Street, S.W. ; 51 Campdeix 
Hill Roarl, W. 0/w&>i-Ne\v University, 
National Liberal. 

DicKaoti-Pciiyiider, Sip wiitji.,chipp«&ii4m, 
John Poynder, Bt* ift^A 

B. ISfifi, eon of Rear- Admiral BoumiaAter 
Dickson, C.B.. and Sarah Matilda, diau. 
of Thoma« Poynder, Hartham. Ed. Har- 
row and Christ Church, Oxford. M. 1886, 
Anne Beanclerk, dan, of Mr. and Hon. 
Mrrf. Henry Dunrlas. AftKuniod name of 
Poynder on Hiicfv to maternal uncle's pro- 
perty, 1881 ; formerly Lieut. 3rd Royal 
Heot« I Major Wilt^*. Yeomanry ; fserved on 
Lord Methuen'a Staff in Houth Africa: 
member London C.C, 1898-19f>4 ; J.P,, 
WiU.s.; High Sheriff, Wllt*i., 1890. 

8 Chesterfield Gardens, Mayfair. W.; 
Hartham Park, Corsham, wilt**. ; Hilmar- 
ton Manor, Calne. C/itii,^— Marlhor«U(fh, 
Turf. 




Dllke, Rt. Hon. Sir ai«. Fa»^ 

Gharlea Wentwoilh, Bt, ^ISii^n^'iS 

B. 1813, eldest mn of Sir Charles Went 
worth Dilke, Bt, and Mary, dau. of 
Captain W. Chatflold. Madms Cavalry. 
Ed. Trinity Hall, C&m bridge {of which 
he was a scholar J ; bead of Law Trjti " 
\^^■. twice NVt^Pie^sA. w,ud twice Pi 



LIBJSHAL YEAR BOOK, 1^0%, 



■Iry 
Hc h I 

I 



I 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



47 



Arthur Gore Shcil ; and (2nd) 1885. Emilia 

FVancis <d. l\mh claa. of Mwor Strong, 

KEJ.C.8., and widow of Mark Pattisou. 

Re< tor of Lincoln ColL. Oicford, Callod to 

th** Har. IStW: snca father as Bt,t l!*89; 

T - ^ c - ForcigTi AlTairs, 1880-2; I^es. 

Hoard, 18S2 6; Chairman Royal 

Mi for Negotiations with France, 

^ nairrnan Hoyal Coniiaission on 

i^mslng' of the Working Class, 18S4-5* 

'tor of Alhrttfruvir Notes and 

uti'rir.f, &c. Published Workt^^Qrcater 

Bn'tain; Fall of Prince FloreMan of 

MoffJiny; 7%* Present Position of Earo- 

P'rnn Potitics (1S87); The British Armj/: 

problem'^ of Greater Uritain ,' Imperial 

Lkfenec (Mith Mr. Spenser Wilkinson}. 

Unrjuctc^;^ fully €onti3Htcd Chekea, 1886. 

76 Slounci ytreet. B.W,i F^ifi>rd Rough, 
Wokltiif ; Dockett Eddr, Shepporton. 
C/f»bs— Reform, National LiberaU 



Plymoalb, U»fl, 



p Otley, IBOO. 



Duncsui, Jamea 
Hastings. 

K. 18.55, t*on of Jnmefi Duncan, Otley, 

VA. privatvl)^ M. 187W, Janott-o» day. of 

Thmria'^ Hiint«r, Nowall C'ltitto. %Voi"sfced 

1 inanufaeturer; foi-merly mem- 

t Guardian-i, and mcDibcr and 

. }|(jt3l Boiird; Aldoniiati Went 

\^ 1 .1 . ; niembtir West Ridin/,'' Rivera 



Uaehohih 
UonaJUt 



'mehohih Otivy, 
ttmAl Libesnl, 



Yorkshire, CI ab- 



Dobson, Thomaa 

B. 18r*3. son of Thomau DobHon. Ha^knoy. 
|£d. Concrregational School, Hacknay* 
w. 1875, Caralino Jane, dan, of WilHain 
^otU^ni' eld. Hackney. Chairman Godson A: 

E>ohBon, Ltd., coal and timber merchaotH, 
■ Croydon ; member Croydon School Board, 
11881-6; member C^ydon C.C. since 1885; 

7.P., Croydon. 
124 George Street, Croydon, Ctub^ 

National Liberal 

U Ck wo Ft h , lAQCi , . M'lddleton, 18B7-i»0O. 

James. BtockpDrt looo. 

E 1840, son of Ralph Duckworth. Ed. 

privately. Chairman J. Duckworth, Ltd.. 

Lwochdale ; Dircct4>r Boots, Ltd.; J*rc«. 

iTnit^ Methodist Free Cliurehert, \mi; 

ayor, Rochdale, 1801-2-3; J.R, Roch- 
We. Un.sncceSxSfuHy cjont'CHtcd Warwick 
Hd Ij4»4imiii>?'t'On (1885— By) and Lanes.. 
Iliddleton mm. 
[ CiisLle field, Rochdale. C7i/f>— Xatlonwl 



acan, Charles. Burrow-in FimiHRR, lEKW. 
!.B. 1«65, 8on of Alexander Duncan, pilot, 
lliiMI* slMnnuKb. Ed. St. Hildas School, 
Sf uirii. M. imy. Lydia Copo- 

I h ixineGT : (ieneral 8ec. Workers' 

I I • I l^ftl; member Mid dlesboro ugh 
Town Co unci!, 1895-1900. L.R.C*. Member. 

16 AKin^^^^'t' Road, HaiupHt-eiul. X, W, 



Dunn, Albert Edward. 



C<iriiWidl, Gu&- 

B. 1864, pon of Wlllfani Henry Duod.XR, 
Kxet^r. Ed, Hal lam Hall ColJege, Clovo- 
don. AdmUtcd a Stdu itor, 1887 ; number 
Exeter City Co until i^ime ISS8 (Mayor, 
lS0f>'2); Hon. Town Clerk Exot^jr, 1905, 
Unsu CO e?*fl fully contested Exeter (189'iK 

70 Vict<Jria Street, S.W. ; Mount Riid- 
ford, Ext:t«)r; Tlie Battery, PenLrt-titb, 
CoiTiwftll. Clubs — National Liberal, 
Eighty, Ikilian. 



WalMil,i9wr. 



DuTine, Major 

IBdward Marten* 

B. 18*^1, son of Thomas Dunne, J.P.^D.L., 
Hirchcr Hall, Ixtnminster. Ed. Wellinirton 
and R.M.C., Siuidhurst, M. iK'.ftl. Hon* 
Umee Daphne, dau. of Lord Hen del. 
Entered Army (Bonier Rcginicntl 188^ 
(rolirerl. IKytth Rorvtd on ^*ta^f of tlio 
Aldershot Cominand durinij 8. A. War; 
Brigade - Major Bedford Vol, Brigade. 
UnrtUcresHftilly conterited Stalft^., KiugB- 
winford (lUH^K 

23 I'rince'B Gate, S.W,; Oatley I^ark, 
KingHland, Herefordrthiro. C^wJ^Naval 
and Military. 



Denbigh District J 900. 



EdwardSf Allen 
CleKnQnt« 

B. l&^k Hon of Benjamin KdwanlH, 
Knii^hton, li^idnorshire. Ed. National 
Schools, Knighton. M. IS9(\ b'anny, dan. 
of C^antAin Emorwm. Super! ntciulent Tri- 
nity House, Great Yarmouth, Called Uy 
the H^ir, 1899; Jnunmli.Ht ; AswiHt. See. 
1 ^ockei-8^ Union, lS«i* *.M) ; Gen. Sec. l< edera- 
tion of Cairying TriyltnH, 1891-2; 8pncial 
Coinrnisrtlontjr />Hti?y ^etm, I89&-19fJ2 (dur- 
ing that time mediated nettlemcut of Kn- 
Kineen^', I'lastcrcrs', Great Eastern, and 
otlitJr tlisputcs). Published Work>5— /ftuV- 
wa^ Naiion€Lli^ati&n : Talcs of Toilers; 
CktUlriin*fi iMbQur Qn^stion^, and many 

SamphleLs. Unsuccessfully contented 
liddlCHex, Tottenham (189.5> and Denbigh 
District (llKKl). 

4 Pump Court, Tomplo, E.C. ; 50 Parlia- 
ment Mansions, Highgate Road, N. ; Ains- 
dale Holt, Denbightihii'c. CYm&— National 
Liberal. 



EdiHrardat Enocli. Baniuy, idw. 

B. 1852, Hon of Jaiues and Eliza Edwards, 
Ed. elementary j^chooL M. 1S75, EliKaheth 
Alice, dau. of Henry Hathbone, Bogan 
work in coal mine in tenth year ; Sec, 
North St^ftk Miners!' Union, 1877: Pres. 
Midland MincrM' l<'edcmtioii, 1SK*J; Tre^s. 
Miners' Federation of Great Britain, 1889 
(Pres., 19011 ; menibcr Bui-!<lem School 
Board for 10 ycAr"^ and Town Council for 
19 years (Mayor, lKfl9-I9lK»J ; member StalTs. 
C. C . ; J . P , , Bui-slwu . U i^t^ULc.^iijj^fttwll^- ^-.wv- 
tested Haulvy \^m\\. ^J.'^^Wi.\^^\siti^, 

Hall, Bm'a\eTQ,B\;a.tt^. 



i 



LinmtAi. YKAa book, 190^. 




/_ 






B. 1852. Ed. ShrowHbury andJe*UH Coll., 
OxfortL M, 1881^ Katlierhie. da\i. of D. 
DaviB. Maeayffj-Tion, Aberdarc. Bt., 1907 ; 
J.R and D.L.. Radnor: High SheHtfjUd^ i 
nor. 1896. UnBucc45BHfullyooiite4*ted Radnor i 
ilSRo). 

Ill Ashley Gardens, S.W. : The Cottage, 
tCiught-on, Ktidnor. Chtba—Rafovm, Nft- I 
tioual Liberal. I 



Germany. Qualified m Chartered Ac- 
countantln Edinbnrgh; on Staff of Lord 
Aberdeen when Governor - Gen nral of 
Canada, 1893-8 ^Sec., 1897-8) ; ParL Priv. 
.Sec. to Mr. Smclair. 1906; J, P., Forfar- 
whire. 

Linlathen, flroiighty Ferrv. Clubs — 
Wellington, New (Edinburgh). Scottliib 
Liberal j Edinburgh), Eastern ^Dundee), 



Blibanls, Tli« Maatav 

of {Hon. AfejTfinder 

OUphdnt Mttrraji/), 

B. 187{V, eldest son of lOth Baroti 
Eli bank, OarnhaE, Peeblesshire. Ed. 
d'heltenhani and R*M.C., Sandhurst^ IVJ. 
18^, Hilda, dmu of J. Wolfe Murray. 
Crlngeltie, Peebleenhire. AssiHtant Sec. 
to Sir Robert Mc<ide, Under-iSecj. Colonial 
Office. 1882; Priv. Sec. and A.D.€^ to 
Governor Leeward I>^landH, 1883; ABHlst- 
antlMv. Sec. to Lord Ripon when Colonial 
Sec., 1S84, and to Mr. Sydney Buxton 
when. Undor-Hee. for the Colonies, 1805; 
Compti^ller of the Household, 1905. Un- 
rtuccesrtfully i!ont«Hteil Eflinbiirgh, W. 
0885), Peebloa and Selkii'k {im5), and York 
tmiO). 

Diimhall Eddleston. N.B. Clubs- 
Brook«'H. Bi^chelor:*', National Liberal, 
Scottitih Liberal (Edlubui-gb), 

John EdwaiHl. Motti , Bujihdilfe. 1685. 

B. 1811. Kon of Edward Shipley ELIIj^, J. P., 
of The \'evvilrkt^ Leieeriter, jind Enuna, 
dan. of John Biu'gossi., of Wigtaii Grantfe, 
IjelceHt-erwhire. Ed, Friends' Schools'. Hert- 
ford and Kendal. M. 1867, Maria, daii* of 
John Row n tree, S<?arboroiigh. Trained 
as engineer; engaged in developing and 
Tiuinaging conierie« in Nottf^., 1^1-^; 
Director and Chairman Joint Stock Bank 
up to 1886; Under-Sec. for India, 1905^; 
PC".. 1903: J. P., County and Borough of 
Nottingham ; J. P. and D.L., Yorks., North 
Riding, 

37 Prince 8 Gate, S.W. ; Wrea Hfeid, 
Scalby, R.S.O,, Yorkw. C/kIj— Reform. 

Emmott, Alfred. okiham, it(fi», 

B. I8.18. son of ThoiDiis Enimott. Brook- 
fleld, Oldham, andAnchomholnie. Poulton- 
Ic-Fylde, and Hannah, dan, of John Bjir- 
low, Chorley, Cheshire. Ed. Grove Uouiio, 
Tottenham, and privat'Oly. M. 1887. Mai-y 
Gertrude, dan. of J. W. LeeK, WatcrheaiL 
Member for 12 yeai'H Oldham Tow^n 
Council (Mayor, 18§l-'2); ex-Pren. Oldham 
Chamber of Commerce: Chairman of 
L"onuidtt:cos, lIou«e ol: CoinuionH, 1906 ; 
J.P.t Oldliam and Lancashire. 

30 Enni?imoro Gardens, S.W. Cluha^ 
Reform, Xatloniil Liberal. 



IRTaiteri tilfw.. CiJtJnceBter, ISXW. 

B. 1857. Ed. privately. M. (l«t) II 
Marie Talbot^ dau, of J. Cbinchcn, Wan< . 
worth; and (2nd) ISSri, Lixzie, dan. of John 
Benson, NcwcAstle-on-Tync. Formerly 
wall-paper 1 nan 11 f acturer* V risiicceBsfuIly 
cont*i?ted Lambeth, Kennington (liWCt), 

Streafcham Park, S.W. C^w6s— Natioaal 
Liberal, Eighty. 



aLtUiiarg&n, Mid, ISOO, 



^jvlujie, David 




J 

ohn I 

erty 

iiDy 



MBBlomoiit, George ^j,,,^ 

B. 1360, son of Peter Es.slemont, A'. 
deen {M,P, f or Abenieenshire, E„ 1885-1 
Ed. Aberdeen Gram, School. M. 1L__. 
Clementina, dau. of Ranald Macdonald^ 
Cluny. Merchttiil; ha« had 15 years' ex- 
perience on Local Boards in Aberdeen ^ 
Pres, Aberdeen Liberal Assiociation aince ' 
1839. , 

Kings Acre, Aboi-deen. C?«fci.s— National 
Libemi, Scottii^h Liberal (Edinburgh). 



Evans, Samuel 
Thomas, K.C. 

B. 1859, !*on of John and Margaret 
Evans, Skeweu, Neath, Glam. Etl, Swan- 
HUi* Collegiate School, Abcryst^'yth Col- I 
lege (schol,^r), and I^ondon Lniv, M. (1st) , 
1887, Rachel (d. 188J)), dau. of William 
Thomas, Kkewen ; imd (2nd) 1905, Blanche, 
dan. of Charles Ride, Cincinnati* U.B.A* 
Konnerly a HOii(;itor; caBed to the Bar. 
imii Q.C., February, 1001, the hist Q.C. 
appointed in the lawt reign ; Roccirdor of 
Swansea, liMJB; J. P., GlamorKan shire. 

VI King's Bench M%ilk, Temple. E.C. ; 1 
,*i Whitehall Comt. S.W. ; Neath, Glflnicir- 
ganshii^e. C^ubs— Reform, Bath, NationAl 
Liberal. ( 

Bvfif Harry Trelavrney, Devrtn.uid, ' 

B. 1856. son of Thomas Eve. Ktl. pri- I 
vat«Jy and Exeter CnlL, Oxford. M. 1879* | 
BeatiicG Wrijtfht, dau. of Dr. Henry 
Strang ways llr>iinsell. Torquay. Called 
toBar,1881: Q.C\, 1893; Bencher (Lincoln's , 
Inn). 189»; J. P., Devonshire. j 

i Xew Square, Lincoln « Inn; SoAddisou ! 
Road, W. ; Yarner, Bovey Tmeey, S. 
Devon. C/it5»— DevonHhire, Farmei-s', ! 



jL*ac«y« Suffolk. Woodbn^J 

B. iS6i.i, t!ion of jAme^ Erskine Krakine, . B, 16351, non of Joseph David E^ 
I*inJathejhr £kL Harrow, France, and \ X«jmaiU,13tuj^^ii&t*iA\!ftswitth. Kd.pri\,4tc 



LHiKR-AL YKAuK BOO^, \^%. 



F 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



40 



School Ipewich, M. 18©, Klisibeth, dau. 
of Obadian Niueoy. J. P., Leedfi. Yeoman 
farmer ; formerly Hon- Sec Ipswich Far- 
rriers" CI lib and of East Suffofk Chamber 
of Agriculture; for many yuar^ repr&B«nt- 
ii( ivc at Central Chamber of Agricttlturo ; 
member Royal CoainiiHHion on A&ricul- 
Lure» 1898; Alderman East Suffolk CX'. 
from commencoment: Trtti^ SulTolk 
Bapti^it Union; Ba|>tl8t local preacher. 
Pnoliahed workH— Prisso ISeiBXkf on Repeal 
of th^ Malt Tax : PriBe Essay on The 
Silver Question. Unsucoessfally conte:*tod 
SnfTolk, E, 11880) and SnfTolk, WoudbridKe 
(1886 and 1%»5). 
Ruflhm^ore, Ipswich, 

Fab«r, Georife Henry. BcmtoD. 1000. 

B, 1839, Htm of Geowe H. Smith. Ed. 
Mi^i^i Pace's Preparatory SohooL Camber- 
well, Mcrohanl Tfiy lorn' i^ehool, and Paris. 
M, IHm, Kmma, dau, of Richard Thoina*^ 
Pu^h. Hampr!te4id- Bej^an life aH under- 
writer : member of Lloyd'w Kince 187'i ; 
imember of Committjco ; refused Chair- 
manship, 19fH. for j*tike of candidature); 
ifivwiieci name of Faber. 

Klnloch, Fox^jrovc PwOad, Bt3irkenham, 
Kent* f7i4iK — Thatched Bouse, Junior 
Atheneeum, National Lili«TaL 

Fcnwick, CbapieB. WBni,b«k, 1*6. 

B, 1850, son of John au J Jane Fen wick, 

l^Bobflide. Ed. two or three years at a 

.., school M. 1888, Jane, dau. of 

Bunry and Jane Ganloen A working 

IDiner from the ivffo of it till 35, when 

elected for Wandbeck Bi vision ; member 

Xorthuniberlund Miners" Trade Union 

■iifl ce it^ formation in 1862, and of its 

^'agoft Hoaiil t^lnv.a lU* eiit.ij.hliHhnient ; 

ParliaTnentary Committco Trade 

Djijon CongrvsK, 1.S1K>-1 ; serve^l on throe 

"oyaJ Commissiotir+ - 1 'oal Dn^t, 15ocond- 

■y Education [England and Walcs(, and 

ttilway At'cidentN ; mem bur Home Oftice 

DejiartmenUil (Jommitt^jc to connider Elce- 

tridty in IVtinuM, l^bcmr Mendjor. 

t© Vjtuxhall Bridfe'o Road, H.W, i U Tan- 
ker vil le Tu rnwce , X e wcastle - on - Tyn e. 
Club — National Liberal. 



Hull^E,, 1110(1, 



FepenSp Thomas 
Rablnson. 

B. 1847t son of Goorjfo Waller Ferens, 
DurhajD. Ed* Belvedere Acadcmj% Bishop 
Auckland. M. 1873, hjithav Ellen, dau. of 
William Field, Hull DiroLtor Reekitt & 
Hons, Lttl.,Kt>irch mid bhnj numufaclurcrs, 
Hull ; Birector Star Life AsRuranee Soe. 
Unfiuecoftyfully con ten Led Hull, E. U90f». 

3 Whibeball Court. S,\V.; Wilton 
House, Hull. C/U&— National Llberat 



F^rtfuaon* It on aid 



Horn JSi CroiuHity, 18£4 A. 
Loiih Diatrivt, imti. 



B. iSBLl sou of Col. Hoboit Munru Fer- 
^, iri«o/A At'P' for Kirkcaldy, and Emma, 



dau. of J. H. Mandeville, Merton. 8un"ey, 
Ed. IJS^indhurrtt. M. 1889, Lai^ly Helen Her- 
mione Blackwood, dan, of the late MarquiH 
fif fJufTeri!! and Ava. Formerly Lieut. 
GrouadiorGuaitlH ; Priv,Sec. to Lortl Ros4e- 
bery wlien Foi-eij/n i*ec., I88(j, and again in 
18t« ; a Loiil of Oie Treawury. 1894-5, and 
one of the Liberal \Miip« ; J. P. and D.L,, 
Fifewhiro. Fubli«hed works — articles on 
Forctttru and LatuL Uusucoetwfully con- 
tcHted RosH antl Croimuty (1885) and Dum- 
barton^ihiro (I8ii«), 

W) Ciidoifan Square, B.W, ; Raith, 
Kirkcjildy; Novar, RoiiH-tjhire. Ci«6»— 
Brooks H, AthencEiim. 



Oxford^liipp, 
0*iil»ur>-, 15*00. 



I 



Fi«ii£ies» Hon* BuiCaoA 
SdwaPd Twisleeon 
Wykeham, 

B. 1801, (-on of Mth Lord Saye and 8ole. 
Kd. Malvern College. M. imi, Florence 
j\gTic8, widow of Arthur Flel<?her and 
dau. of Jolin Ha thf elder, Cape Town. 
Served with French't* ScouU, liiel Kebel- 
llon of 1885 (medal and clasp K sciied In 
Egypt latttwhed to Mounted lnffintr>), 
lw7-9. m;ted a^^ correspondent to Morninif 
Poitt and reeeivetl medal and clasp 
and Klietlive^ Star: received commit- 
Kion in South Afric^m Police and werved 
in Pioneer Expedition to Miinhonaland; 
served with Oxfordrtbire Yeomanry in 
S.A. War^ 15)0(3-1 juitsntiotied in dcHpatcheH, 
modal nnd three clasps I ; came homo on 
j^ick leave ; Major Oxfordshii-e Yeotiianry ; 
ition. Tilent. in the Army : member Stock 
Exchange ; partner Blllctt, Campbell. Sc 
Grenfeli, HtnuHckbrokerH. Uuhiuccet^Hfully 
contorted Ox foi-^lnhi re, Banbury \l\MX^). 

8 CroiTkweil Place, 8.W, ; Kza Land, 
Studiand Bay. DorneU C7u&«— Orleann, 
Cavalry^ National Liberal. 

Flndlay, Alezandep. LunaTk, N.E,, i«m. 

B. IHi i. I'ltl. ^>u blic and technical schools. 
In, inc. A\Tshii"c» and GhiHj^ow. M. 18T1, 
iKJibella, dau. ef William Cameron, Kil- 
marnock. Apprenticed at thirteen im 
a jiuttero maker ti» tho Irvine Foundry 
and Bridk'e Work.** ; HubKetiueutly wont to 
United states, where he remained lor 
tive ye4ii*s; returned to Glasgow, 1871; a» 
Alexander Findlay & Co., startetl in buBl- 
neea on hm own account as a manufac- 
turer of t^teol i-oofi^ and britlge« and all 
kinds; tjf jdjuneral structural work. 1888; 
became Manai^lng Birector on firm beiuK 
turned into a limited company, liXXi ; Prtv 
voMt of llotliervvell, MH 4 ; ujcniber Instit- 
ution of Kng^ineer;^ and Shipbutldem 
^Scotland); ChairiiULU ycottinh Xatioual 
Council Y.M.C.A.'n. 

HelUleld House, Motherwell, acoiland. 
C^(£»w— Reform, National Liberal, i^cottinh 
Liberal (EdinburifhK Liberal (Glas^KOW), 






\ 



Foateip, Kt, B.011. %\^ 

Son ot B.Fo¥>\>i\:,\^^^^^'a-^ ^^^^l*^!^ 



J^MMA^L YKAR BOOK, V^%. 




m 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 



and Trinity Coll., Dublin. M. Eniilj* 
Martha, dati. of W» L. Sarsrant* Kdgbaston. 
A conHnltiiig physician; F.B.C.P., Ijondon ; 
M.D., Erlan^en Univ. ; D.C.U, l)iirh!im ; 
LL*D., Mnntroal ; Gold Modallisit for 
* EHstiDgiiished Merit' and VlC'e-PreB. 
British Medical Association ; Emeritus 
ProfesBor of Medicine in (sineen'i! College ; 
Consulting Physician to the General 
Hospit4il, Birmingham; Kt.. 1886; See. 
Lo*.^l Govt BoaM, 1S92 5 ; p. a. lyOa ; 
Chatmian General Committee Xational 
Liberal Ftjderation. I88ft90; Vres. Allot- 
ments and Small Holdings Assocmtion ; 
Pros. Land Ijavv Reform AKHOiriation ; J,P*, 
Warwickshire. PnblighGd vfovk^ -^Method 
arul Medicine ; ClinicaJ Medicine. ; Pubiw 
A upeett of Medicine, Unnuceefifif ully con - 
tested Chester {umi 

m GrOKV'onor Road* iiA\\ 0/iiA.?— Re- 
fomit National Liberal, 



Chalcot, Westbury, WilU AJ>.C. VioB* 
rtiy of India, 1SJN^5; a Junior Lord of ttie 
Treaanry (iiiipaitl), mMJ-7 ; Vice-ChamL. 
lain of thi' HVm soli old and a Liberal W hi, 

Chippenham |l«iri), Bath (IKUo), and Sidis- 
bury (18tffj. 

47 Rutland Gate, 8.W. ; Jagg-ard-sHouBo, 
OorHharn, VV'iltH. dfufts— Brooks's. \^Tiito's, 
Pratt's, Xational Liberal, Alpine. 






Fowlei*, Rt. Ho Hi 
Sir He^ry, 
G.C.S.I. 

B, 1830, son of Re\% Joseph Fowlor, Wos- 
Icyan MiniKter. Ed. Woodhouso Grove 
and St. Sarioiir's Gram. ftchooL M, 1K57* 
Ellen, dau. of G. B, Thorney croft, Hadley 
Parki, Salop. Mayor Wolveriia mpton, 
1863 ; First Chairman Wolverhampton 
Scliool Board. 1S70 ; Under -Sec. Home 
Department, 18SA-^ ; Financial Sec. to 
TrciLsury. 188B: Prei?. Locja^l Govt. Botirtl 
(in Cabinet!. ISSrl - 4 ; Sec, for India, 
le&t-o ; G.C.S.L, 1895 ; a member of various 
Royal Commii^flions and Departmental 
Committees.; Chairman Indian Currency 
tiornmitt'ee ; Chancellor of the Dnchy, 19D5. 

Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. ; Wood- 
thorne, Wolverhampton. C/i«6.s— Athen- 
muni, Reform. 

^° ^ - '^°™^^' Cornwall, BcKlmiii, 

Fr eem an . isog ( uj, j, 

B. imi won of Freeman F. Tlioinas. Rat- 
ton, Su^tsex, and Mabel, dan, of Lst Yi«ct. 
Hampden, Ed. Et.on and Trinity ColL^ 
Canibrldgo. M. IBH-l, Marie Adelaide, dan. 
of Lord Bi'asHcy. In Eton Ekuen, 188iJ-5 
(Capt. 188^)). and Cjim bridge Eleven, lS86-a ; 
in bUKRCx Artillery, 18JJ6-1B00; since then 
Major So ssex Imperial Yeomanry; A.D.tX 
to Lord Bnusney when Governor of Vic- 
toria, 1RII5-8 ; a Junior Lord of the Trea- 
sury. 1905-«; formerly Hon. Sec Home 
Cmintiew LEbei*al Federation ; Hon. 8co* 
Liberal League. Un«ncce.SHfulIycontej*tod 
Hatftingw (hOi). 

76 Ashley GardonH, S.W. j Eatton. 
Willingdou. Sussex. Claim — Brooks's, 
Bachelors'. 

Fuller, John Michaol wubi..\VG«t- 

Fleetuvood. tmrs. iwo, 

M. 18fil. sou of G. P. Fuller, Xestor 

Park, WiltK. Ed. Winchester ami Chrint 

, I'hnrch. Oxford (M class Modem History i. 

/ JK imi Nomh, dau. of C. N. P. Fhippa, 



I 

he I 



Fullartan, Hu^h. 



Cnml>erliuiil, Egre- 
moiit, lOOG. 



B, 1831, i!^on of Samuel and Mary Puller- 
ton. Manchester. B]d, National Schools. I 
M. I8S)L Ada, dau. of Joseph Cmjley, Birk- 
ley. Has been engaged in the ' Mancho^tcr 
tradeaft workman, foreman, and em in 
has taken an active part in many 
political, and educiitional niovcfii 
formerly member Manchct^ter Boaril i>r 
Guardians ; member Exec. Committee 
Xational Libeial Fedei-sttlon. 1899-ltiit«; 
J*F.. Cumberland and Manchoster. 

Bluckenhoe. &i{tlo, (Jheshire. Cluim— i 
Xational Liberal, Heform (Manche*«ter). 

Furnees, Sir The Hartiepooin, Vf»\*, 

ChriatopheF. ^e Hurileiiciolii. 1900. I 

B. 1852, 80 n of John Furness and AverilL 
dau. of John Wibson, Naiwbet Hall, Dur- 
ham. Ed, privately. M. 1B76. Jane An- 
nette, dau. of Henry Suggitt, BrlertoTi, 
Co. Durham, Head of the 'Furness Ijlne ' 
of steam en^. and C'hairman of other com- 
panies^, principaU^v ship-owiiioK. s^sbip- 
building, and engmc-buiiding^ ; Kt.. liii»; 
J, P. and 1>,L,, l>urbam co. and Yorks.. 
North Riding. Unsuccei^sfnlly contested 
The Hartleponls {\^% and York J1898K 

23 Upper Brook Street, W. ; TuosUdl 
Cotirt, we«t Hartlepool; Grantley Hall. 
Ripon. Yorks. CV^*b,s — Reform, Devon- 
shire. Royal Thames Yacht. 






Q&rdliAl', CoL Aia.tt 
Caulstoan. 

B. 18lfi. M. \m\ dan. of Lord BIyth. 
Served in 11th and 11th Hnewars ; paMsed 
Stntl' tkjlloge, 1872; present at battlc>i of 
iRandhlvvaria. Zlobane Mountain, and 
Kambuia Isevorely wounded), in Zuln 
War. I87il (twice mentioned in despatch©*!, 
medal mth elaspl ; A.D.C. to Lord- Lieut, 
of Ireland. 1880; served In Boer War. 1881 : 
J. P. and D.L,. Essex ; J, P., Glos. Cnsur 
cessfuily contested Marylcbone, E. Usai). 

Clear well Castle. Coleford, Clw 
White's, St. JamoH'«, Turf. 






B, IS-y. son of James Oibb. Edinbm 
and Maricrarot. dau. of William WilsoB? 
Manufactui'er. Hawick. Ed. private st>hooL 
M, 1873. Helen, dau. of Rev. David Ximmo, 
{^onj^rugational minister. Insumnue 

broker and underwrit<»r at. Lloyii'i*, 

51 Lad broke Grove, W. 6'i u^— Xatioaul 
Liberal. 



LJBKilAL YEAH BUOK, \W^. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMOXS, 



Otll, Alfred Henry. Boitim, uos. 

B. 1850, son of John and Mtiry GiU. Ed. 

dL Mar3 'n School. Balderwtone, RochdJilo. 

X. .Sarah Kllen. datj, of John < greenwood, 

Rochdale Regan work an a hAlf-UrniT in 

cotton mill at Uochdalo at tun ; hecame 

operative Hpinuer; Chalrnian Crompt-on 

Co-operative Sotiety» 188.>7: Sec. Bolton 

Opcrativfi Spinners' AyHOOiation since 188(7 ; 

I member Exec. Committee United Textile 

\ Fu' f"iT3 ^V^^rkers' AHKixirttion ; Chairnian 

P iry rommittec Triidt's Union 

I I mbcr British Cotton O rowing 

I A> Holtonaiid Mancht^stcr Cham- 

j ber.H of CuLiimerco ; J. P., Bolton, L,R,C. 

I Member. 

Sj»encor House» W Kennington Road, 
S,E. ; Itl Hampden Street, Bolton. 



LMds. w., IWft. 



Gladstone, Rt. Hon. 
Herbert John. 

11 IS.M, son of Rt. Hon, W, E. GladFt-one, 

I and < atherine, dnu, of Sir Stephen Glytine, 

iBt Fa\. Kt,on and Univ. Coll., Oxford llJrd 

f class ClasHic*t» 18T4, and iKt clasf* HiHtory 

School, 1870K M. mn, l>orothy, ilaii. of 

RL Hon. Sir Richard Paifot. Bt. HiKtory 

lecturer Keblti Coll., Oxford. ISu 8() ; 

Priv- Sec, to Mr. Gladstone when l*riinc 

Minister, 1880-1 ; a Lord of th^^ TreHsnry, 

1(^-^; Deputy -ConimLs.'iioner Bonrd of 

18fe; Financial Sec. War OtUce. 

Jnder ' Sec. Home Office, Mf2-4; 

bmmiiisioner of Works. l8fM-o : 1*.U, 

; GLlef Whip Liberal Party IMl-llKXi ; 
Secretarv, 19Q5; Pres. National 
' Recrealion Society. UnHuccesi.'i- 
Uy contested Middlesex (1880). 

Downing Street, S.W. : Sandy crofts 
lilttlestone-on-Sea. C/ii?m— Reform, Na- 
^oiml Liberal, Bath. 

lien -Goats, Sir 

Thomas Glen. Bt. KanfrewJiijre, W.. liWO. 

14. IK4«I. rton of Thmiuv? CoAt«, FerffvisUe, 
tad Marjrarct, dan. of ThomaK Glen. Thorn- 
hill, Renfrewshire. Ed Qn eon wood Col- 
lege, Hants. M. lH7(i. Kiirie A>?nos. dan, of 
AMaander Walker, Montreal. Dircrtror 
J.&P. Coats, Ltd.; Hon. Colonel iV.D.J 
ftid VoL Batt. Argyll ivnd Sutherland 
Higtilanders ; ai^Humcd atldtUonal sur- 
name of Glen, 18^; lit., 1%^1 : D.L.. Ren- 
frrrtTRhirp, UnHnc'cc88fnlly contented Ren- 
fr W. (IMOOK 

ve Square, S.W. ; Fer^unlie 
i' li y : Achnamani, LochKilbeart, 

8c4Hlaiid, ChdiH — Reform. National 
Liberal Western (Glasgow). 



Olend inning, Robert , ^ „ . 

Graham. Anixim,s,.w(3&. 

B. 1844, i^on of WiDiam and Martha 
Glendinninjr, Braka>?h, co. IjondoniJerry. 

K^i. for biisinesH life, M. (Iftt) 1871, Eliza- 

r n uL 1882); and i2ml} J88G, Mnry 

u'i- A linen morchant and 

' « ?*^ ..^- yeiim; partner 

fjvmimning, McL&tsb, Sc Co., Belfast ; re- 



1 

ned H 



I Timed IW4 a Libeml LTni<inif*t but joined 
liberal Party. ll»fi. 

Glongjde, Windi^or Aveimo, Belfast. 
CZm^i-^ Ulster Reform (Belfast). 

Glover, Thomas. &t n«kai. wofi. 

B. 18/52. Krin of William And IsabeUft 
Glover. Kd. HrttiMh School. St. Helena* and 
nljjhfc HchooL M. 1872, Fanny, dau of 
Wdliani SeddonH. Aston. Heicran work in 
a coal mine at nine ; Secretary of a Union 
Branch at Hiixtfen ; coal-getter at eiifhteen : 
Chcckwel^hinan, 1878-85; Miners' Agent, 
1H84; member Board of Guardian.'?, St. 
Helena. 18ir»-rJ01 ; Treaj*. I^\ncashlro and 
Cheshire Minora' Fedonition wince 190S; 
J.P., Si. Hclciw. UR.tr. Member. 

Hoii>«o of Conimnnf*. WeKtmlnHtcr, S.W.: 
108 PrcHcot Road. St. Helens. 

GcMidard, Sir Dantel Ford. ip«^cii, iw>. 

B. ia.«, son of Ebenejser Goddard, J.P., 
Il>Kwich. Ed, privately at IpHwich and 
lia-itiogH : HtUfllod Cbemirttrv with Pro- 
ff'ssfirs SihHon and He inch , l,,<5ndin]. M. 
(1st) 1871, Lucy (d. 1875), dau. of Thomas 
HnrwofHl, Bel^t*j\fl Hall. Sutfnlk ; and (2ndl 
Elizab^'th. <hiM. uf K. Ilitcbrork, T?nnnford, 
SnlTolk- Civil En^jrineer; J*]n- 

ffinoer. IpKwirb Gas Co.. i iioer 

and Sea (in HUC'coHHion to is who 

held the poHt forty years), ixs^i ; .\--oiiatc 
Member lnHtltntlon of Civil EnBinuerH; 
KL, lfl( 17 ; member Ipswich Town Coun- 
eil. 18804*5 (Mayor. lfi9l-2; Alderman, 
IRa^il : J, P.. Ipswich. lTn«*uocesRfnlly oon- 
t<srited Ipj^wicli (18921. 

National Libeml Club. IVhitehall Placo. 
S.W. : Oak Hill. Ipswich. C/ »/b— National 
Libonil, Reform. 

Gooch, George Feabody. DkUi.iow. 

B. 1873, HOn of C. C. Gooeh. Bd. Kingr*« 
Coll,, London, and Trinitv Coll. Cam- 
bridj=re. M. 1903, ELne. dan. of Julinri Schon, 
Berlin. Anthor. Published Work« — 
Engliah Democratic fdttjs in the l?th cch- 
tnry; AnnalH of FolitUn and CnUurt ; 
contributor to The fiftirl of the Empire^ 
The €-amhn'dffe Modern JIiKfrtry, &c. 

South Villa, ("avnpden Hill Road. W. 
OlubH — National Libeiul, Eii^hty, New 
Reform. 

Grant. Corrle, K.O. ''^^■. 

B. IRV), Hon of JameH Brififhton Grant, 
brewer and raalt^^tcr. Kettlobui^h, Suf- 
folk, who wa."^ imprisoned for non-pay- 
ment of Church Rabeit. and Fi-ancos Anne 
Gmnt, Ed. City of London School. M. 
1885, Ann Mary Adams. Called to the 
Bar, 1877; K.C„ 15)06; on N.E. Circuit ; 
Hon. Sec. London Libeiul Federation, IflOT. 
UnHUccessfnlly contest^id Woodstock 
(1885), Birmingham, W, (IHS-ii. %Varwiek- 
sbire. Rngby U89fi), and Middlesex. Har- 
row {\mi\. 
I 2 t:^\owdGii B^aS\ek3mss«S lewv^ft^^ '^*,J..\ 
I 2«lTheA.vouu©,BfeciiQTAViaiV^. <iWXi*- 
1 ElgMy/NaUciTieXlAXjfcT^ 



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62 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 



Oi*eeiiwoodi Granville PetorborouNb, 
O«oftfe. IBM- 

B* ISiiO, Ron of John Greenwood, Q,C- 
formerly Solicitor to the Treasury. Ed. 
Et/on uiid Trinitv ColL, CambridKtt (Scho- 
lar ; iRt ClaH<^ Clit8Hical Tripos, 187:JK M, 
1878, IjAUrentia Trentt dau. uf I>n L. T, 
Cumbertrnt-eli- Called to the Bar, 1876 j 
joined Westorn Circuit. UnBucc43H«fiill}r 
eon tested Peterborough (188ti) and Hull, 
Central (1900). 

33 Iiinden Gardens, W. Clubs— United 
University, National Liberal, Eij^hty. 

Opeenwood, Hainan York, 1906. 

B. 1870, son of John Hamar Green wood, 
barrister, Whitby, Cimada. Ed. Public 
School and C'ollfej^ate Institute, Whitby, 
and Toronto Univ. (U. A. , 18B5), Barrister ; 
for aome time in DeiKLrtrneut of AKrieiil- 
ture, Ontario ; officer Canadian Militia 
for eight yearn ; Captain King's ('olonlala, 
I.V\. Kince format Eon; one of the fonndei"rt 
of the (!-anadian Society in London (Pre^.l ; 
ParL Priv. J^ee, to Mr. Churchill llMlfi, 

1 Crown Omce Kow, Temple, E.C. 
Clifhs'- Reform, National Llhend, it]ighty. 

Orey, Rfe. Hon, Sir NortbMnberlaiid, 

SdWHird, fit. Berwick on -I weed, Idea, 

B. 18^2, Hon of Tit.-CoL George Grey, 
and gi'andson of Rt. Hon, Sir George 
Gi'cv, 2nd Bt., who was nephew of :ind 
Karl Grey. I'M, Winchcater and BalHol 
Colh, Oxford. M. 1885, Kmucc« Dorothy 
(d. i9il6K d»u. of a. V. Widdrinffton. Hucc. 
grandfather, 1882; Under- Bee. Foreign 
^ViTftirs, 1892-5; RC, liKffl; Sec. Foreigni 
Affain*, loai; hon. D.C.L., Oxford; won 
M.C.C. and Qucen'i* Club tenniH prisje, 1896* 
FubliHhecl work— Fty Mshing. 

Fallodon, ChriHton Bank, R.S.O., Xorth- 
timberland. C'^tfft'*— Athenapuni, BrookH'e, 
Oxford and Cambridge. 

OHfflth» Ellis Jonea. Angicaoy. ie$s. 

B, 186Ct, Fion of T. M. Grimth, Anglesey. 
Ed. Univ. Coll. of Walen, Abe ry at with, 
and DoAvning Coll., Cambridge (of which 
he la a Fellow) ; B.A,, Lond. ; M. A. and 
LL.B., Camh. M. Mar\', dan. of Kev. R. 
Owen, Mold. Pnew. Cambridgo Union, 
1886; called to the Bar, 1887; on North 
Wales, Chester, and Glamorgan Circuit; 
Recorder of Birkenhead, I9r>7. Muniher 
Council Univ. ColL, North Wales. Unsuc- 
rewj? fully contet-ted Liverpool, Toxt«th 

3 (North) King's Bench Walk, Tomplo, 
EX-. ; Newlands, Wimbledon Common, 
9,W, ; Ty Coeh, BrjrnslencjTi, Anglesey, 
Club — Natioi tn 1 Li berul 



Grove, TtaommB New^- 
come& Archibald* 



-fSsv/ fff r&pL Edwnrd Gmve and Ellza- 

^ he/A, dHti. of CoL l^nmnbv Wattfl. Ed, 

MPiw»ie/r &nd Oiiel College, Oxford 




(double Hon.s.. 1879-30). M. 1889, Kate Sara, 
dati. of Henry Jame« Sibley. Founder, , 
Proprietor, and Editor (till 1884) A'ewJ 
Metrieir; J.P„ Buck.^ and f^snex. Uneu"^ 
cefisfullv contested Winchester (1886), Wa 
Ham, N^. (18J*5b and Northants, S. (190(3). 

Pollards Park, Chalfont St. Glle*, 
Bucks. CVub—Wh lire's. 



Ww!tHaTii,y..lfleS-5. 
NoTtlittiit?i..8.,1906, 



Gardifi Dulrict, 1906. 



Gue&t, Hon, iTor 
Churchill. 

B. 1873. eldest Bon of Lord Wimborni 
and tjady Cornelia Henriettsv Maria, dm 
of 7th Duke of Marlborough. Ed. Etoe 
and Trinity ColL, Cambridge. M. 11112,1101), 
Alice Grosvenor, dau. of Lord Ebury. 
Captain Dornet Imperial yeomaiirj'; 
served in South Africa: left LTniomst 
Party, liKH. Unsucoessfnlly contested 
Pljiiiouth a898). 

22 Arlington Street. S.Wj Ashbv 
Le<lgers, Rugby. C^u6»=Whit^3's. Ms 
borough, Garrick. 



IhunMei BMrfot. UOfi. 



Oulland, John 
WlLllam, 

B. 1861. son of John Gulland, J. P., Edll 
burgh. Ed. Royal High School, Edij 
burgh, and Edinburgh Univ. Corn Me 
chant; member Edinburgh School T 
and Town Council ; Director Edinba _ ^ 
Chamber of Commerce ; tnember Kxeo." 
Committee Scottish Liberal Aaaoc ; Prea. 
Young Scots Society; rnembor AdvLsory 
Comniittee United l<Vee Church of Scf"" 
land. Published works— T/ir Nai?igatu 
Laivs ; How Edinburuh i» GoverntuL 

8 Clareniont Creaeenc, Edinburgh. Clu 
—National Liberal, Scottish Liberal (Is" " 
bm-gh). 

OnrdoiiT Rt. Hon. Sir 
Wmiam Brampton, Norfolk. k, M». 

B. 1840, son of Brampton Gurdon, M.P, 
for West Norfolk, and Hon. Henrietta 
Susannah, dau. of Lord C ol bo rne. Ed. Eton 
and T ri n i ty Coll . , t -a m b. M . I Hits, K vtllne 
Camilla (d. IBJW), dau. of 5th Earl of Ports- 
mouth. Clerk in Treasury, lH(i3 ; Priv. 
Sec. to Mr, GlMstone when ChaticoHorof 
the Exchequer, l»fj6H3,and when First Lord 
of the Treawury, ism^li ; C.B., 1871 ; served 
on International Monetary Conference at 
Paris, 1878; Special C'onimlKsioner in 
South Africa, l«73)-8(), and again In 1881: 
K.C.M.G., 1882- Chairman Committee of 
Selection, umi PX\, 1SJ07 ; Lord LieutonAnt 
of Sutfolk, 1907. Unsuccetisf uUy oonteat«d 
Norfolk, S,W, {IBSo). RotherbJtiie ilSSS^ 
and Colchester (1888). 

1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W,; A^ington 
Hall, Boxford, Sulfolk, C7i*f^-BrookB"*i. 



Hal dan e, Rt* Hon, 

Rl chard Burdot!, HjuidbiBtoniihJiv.mt. 
K,C.» t.I-*D*, D.C.1*. 

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2 1 Soo. War Ofllee, 1905; Hon. 
>xfard, 18t«. Published works- 
Adavi Stniih; Educa.tion ami 
' Thf BathitHiy to Reality, &c. 
^aa AnneVi Gate* S,W. ; Cloan, 
Mier. Porthi»hire, Cluhit — 
flB^onieumi National IJbenU, 

federlClE. Torln^, N<^vmantnn, lOCA. 
, son of John and Hannah HalL ! 
it-6cbool (one year); *5elf -taught i 
[. IM78, Ann Moriaj tlan. of William i 
t Beg&n work m coal mine in 
ar; miner till IS7S; check- weigh- i 
78^98; Treai*. Yorkshire Miners' ! 
Ion* 1878-1904 (AKent hIitco liJM) ; 1 

KawniarHh School Boa I'd for IS ' 
fhairiiian for 6 yearn) ; inuruber | 

W. Riding, C.C. for 13 yearr^. 
Member. I 

kuniM H«tel, Co vent Garden, W.C. ; 
mrmh HilL Parkgat*j> near Rotiier' 

W* 'I 

t, son of Rt, Hon. Sir WilHam 
rt. and Maria Thert^'Hc, dau. of 
Henry LiHter. VA. Kton. M. ISflM, 
tfchol, dau. of Walter H. Jiurn-. 
(rk, and North Myiuins Park, Hatr ' 
•fpRt CocriuiLsaioMtir of Works, 1905^ ' 
16: joined the Cabinet, IfW. I 

irketev Square, \V, ; Naneham 
Jxlord. Clubs — liv.toTm. iKsvon- 
ktioiia] LibenU, HauUuloi*^ , Kighly. 

t, James wett Hsm^s,, ism-s. 

S. M, 1880» Liilie, dau. of Duncan 
Employed in niineH from bin. 8Lh 
i21th year; t:^ec. Liwiarksliirfl and 
pe Miners and the Hcottinb MSnerfl' 
^on : founded Lfibnur Jjetulef' 
for 15 yearsj. UnHUueeHrt fully eon- 
Ijanark, Mid (ia«8». Went Hiijn, 
I. and Preston (15liN>». Chair man 

|jr p ♦„ 

Rille'ri" Court, E.C. ; I.<whnorriK. 
ikn, Ayrshire. 

kSiei?^ anffolk, Hlowraiirket. 15KW. 

1, son of Edward S. Hardy. Ed. 
(rcial School. Manehertter. M. 1877. 
b Marion, dau. of F. Dciacon 
L Bhiokhct\th. A merchant ami 
[cturtir; JJiifctor London MewHcn- 
^ety ; member l^ndon C.V., laaa- 
i-PreB, Krce Chumh Council. S.E* 
i; l*ru»tee CbeBhunL College; metn- 
idon Chamber uf Cum mere e ; J.P.^ 
[Ca ! 

Junt House, Charniiloii HOI, S.E. 
^attonid Liberal. i 

HOPIX. Drvitn-ich, iUOti. I 

;, j9on of Alfred Hnrtiis at^rtii, Ira-r- 
-- Trinltr Coll., Dublin {B.A. | 



1891). M. 1807, Emilie Alberta* dau. of 
William Hamilton Matfett, barriuter. 
N€!V.'.si>fiper jiropriebor ; Direct-or Araal- 
ganiat4'd Pro?^. L'nHuceeHsfully contested 
Woix'tstershire, Uroitwich UOOiJ) and 
Lanark, N. E. (Iflrtl). 

28 Montagu Square, W. ; Magdalen 
House, Henley-on'Thanies. ClntNt — Jjevira- 
shlro. National LibeitU, Eighty. 



Hapmswroptli^ Robert odthuMMbira, 
Ijelceat«r. iwo. 

B. l^ilK son of Alfred Harms worth* 

barriaber. Middle Tetuple, and Uerjildine 

Mary Matiett. dau. uf W. Matfett, Fiii- 

glafis. CO. Dublin. iCcL Marylebone Gram. 

iH^ihool. M. 1892, Annie, dau. of T. Scott. 

of (.'lujdiani. 
3 Marlborough Gate, Hyde Park. W. 

C7pti);» — Kefurm, Devonshire* National 

Liberal. 

Hart-D«Yles, Thamas. HA4:iBMy,K.,ioofi' 

B. 184tJ, 8on of Y^n. Archdeacon Hart- 
Da\ic!i. Jul. Marl boron i|jrh and Lincobi 
Coll.. Oxford tExhibitioncr, i'embroke 
Coll.). ICnt^jred Indian Civil Service. 18<SM 
(reiiied ISiYDi served in various* cuiuacitiet^, 
eduoAtioiial, police, and rev«H^nue ; for some 
year» Jiuigo of Karachi; Judicial Com- 
mluaionor, Sind ; ha^ travelled over mnsil: 
ooUDtrie^ of t.\w world. Published work^i 
— Tran-t!latioiiH of CtdulliLH and OogolH 
Reiu'sori Imlw in l^li i and varioun nhert 
Ktories. U iii^uccct;§fuliy contested Kotbcr- 
luthe {imn. 

Ill St, Jamofl'B Square, SAV. ; 46 
Ravenwdale Road, Staiuford Hiil, N. 
C!f«i«»— Refomi, East India, United Ser- 
vice, Savilc. New Reform, National 
Liberal. 



Rnchdiilp, !QiW. 



Hainrey, A^leitanddi* 
Oordon GummlKis. 

B. 18o8, »f»n of A» i\ Harvey, Brooklands, 
Cheshire, Ed. privately and Owens i!oll., 
Manehester, Cotton maimfacturt^r, mer- 
chant; luirtner Harvey & FothorgilU 
Manchester and Littleboromgh ; Alderman 
Lancai^hin:^ i\C. ; J. P. Uurtuccessf ully con- 
teHttsd Rochdale (1W<X». 

Town Hon He, Little borough, Lanes. 
CTnij^.s— Reform, Reform {Manchester)* Re 
form <;Rochdtile). 



B. 1832, son of Jamofl and Elissabeth , 

Harvey* Ed. Elementary Day ScbooL i 

M. 18f3, Miss Hollingwortb, Manrtfleld. : 

A working miner from the age of W till 32, 
when oleetcd Agent and Soc. Derby «hlre 
Miners AtwoclalVwv \FVutwx\Aw\ a.xv\ ^^^ 
responding fteiCV 

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Harwrood, George. foUoti. i^i^a. 

B. lRi5, son of Richard Harwocxi. Mayor 
of Bolton, Ed. ChtyrUmi Hi|?h Hchool and 
Owens ColL, Manehefitcr : M.A., Lonrl. 
M, fist) 1867, Alice Marsh jrt, 18^t) : imd 
f2ncl) IWH, KUen, dan. of A. Hopkinson, 
K.C., Vice-Chan col Icir of VictoriFi Univer- 
sity. Mariebeflter. Chairman Rlehard Har- 
wcwd & Son, cotton «pinnerfl ; called to the 
E^ir, 1890, ,'ind, iiraetisfid for some shears ; 
served as Deacon at SU Anno'f^ Church, 
Manchosten for 3 years, whilst retain I npr 
biiHiness connection and laj^ dress and 
title, as example of enlarging' the dia- 
cnriate ; a founder Chureh Reform Union ; 
member Royal CoramiRftion on EcclesifiHt- 
ical DiHciplinc (190i-fiK PubHHhod works 
-^IJiaeRtami^hTnent as a B^encc of the 
J^rinciph of a National Church; The 
Voniinff Demoeracii ; FVoni Within jtheo- 
logricaU ; A Candidatc'H Speerhe^'i : Ksfiaj/ti 
for the Times ; OhH^tiamty and Common 
Sense ; and The Bible as a Book. 

eSSonth Aiulley Street, W. ; Hrownlow 
Fold, Bolt'Ori. C7u6« — Athenwiim, Re- 
form, Braaenose. 

HaalazHt Jam^B* DflrhyahlTC, CbcmteraGliT. liXMi. 

B. 1842, HOn «f ThofD^ia and Mary HaRlara. 
Ed, mlliery school. M. imi Emily Gcls- 
thorpe. Agent of Derbywhire Miners' As- 
soc, Hlnce 1882 ; member ChcBtorflold Town 
Council, 189f>-Mlio ; member Clay Lane 
United School Board for 13 ycai-s; J. P. 
Chesterfield. UnBucccssfixlly conteeted 
Derby HhiitJ, Cbeiiterflold USS5)* Labour 
Member. 

Westmlnnter Palace Hotel, S.W. ; 17 
Clarence Rotwi, Chesterfield, 

Hastaili, LewlS^ MonmnnUi THntrict, l!h)6. 

B, 185B, Hon of John Haslam, J. P., Bolton. 
KfL Univ^crsity ColL Schoeil and Univer- 
sity CoU., London, M. I8f)i3, Helen Norma 
Dixon, WatUnirton, OxfordKhlre. Direc- 
tor cotton flx>i'^"i"R' ^^d manufacturing 
comp^aniefl ; J. P., Bolton and LancH, 
UnKuccCMrtfully contest-ed Lancn., We?it 
Houghton (18921 and LIncK., Stamford 
OfiMOO). 

8 Wiltfln Crei5cent. S.W, Cfu&s— Re- 
form, National Llbei-al 

Ha worth, JLrtliur „ ^ ^ „ ,^« 

AdllngtOn. Munchcster, 3., 1900. 

B> I'StlX son of Abraham Haworth, J.P.» 
Cheshire. Ed, Rugby. M. 1891, Lily, dan. 
of John Rif<by, A eotton merchant ; Di- 
rector Maneheyter Royal Exchaiif^o ; 
Governor Manchester Gram. School ; 
member Coxincil Mansfield ColL, Oxford ; 
Vice-Chairrnan of Council Con^reprational 
Unlou of England and Walew; Treaw. "95 
Club : J.P.. ChcKhire and iShropRhire. 

Pall Mall Court, Manchester • Nor- 
mauby, Altrincham. Clubs — Rcforni, 
National Liberal, Refomi (Manchester). 

^B^^I ^If^d MpnBBt M'^t ilramwich. 

^ /m; ™ f>f .fo/j/i Ha^eJ, West Brom- 
fwfcd. iLd. WesIeiB.n School, Weat Brom- 



u'lch ; KloK Ed ward *« School, Birinins* 
ham; and Jg*?uh CoD., Oxford (Ist Clfl&3 
Classics and Uxw, M,A., B.CL. ; Fellow 
and Dean, Jesus ColLK Lecturer on Law» 
Queen's and Pembroke CoUk,, Oxfoi-d; 
called to the Bar, 18U8; joined Oxford 
Circuit. 

1 Tern id o Gardens, Temple, K.C, ; Vic- 
toria Street, Went Bromwich; Jt^tfiis 
Collej?e, Ox f oH . ijliibn— Natio n a 1 Liberal, 
Eighty, Libei'al (Birmingham). 

Heaton-AFinfltroii^, ^..^_ ,^ 

Wllllani Chal^leB* ^'^"*' ^""^^'"'^ - ^^ 
B. IS^ son of John Heaton-Annstronir, 
J, P., D,L., Mount Beaton and Farney 
Castle, and JoHOphine Th^r^o, Rister of 
Baron Mayr-Melnhof. EM, abroad and 

Krivafcelv, M. 188o, Baroness Bertiui 
laxijniliana Zois-Edelstein. Senior part- 
ner AnnstronR &: Co., merchant j^ and i 
bankers; has tmvelled extenKiveh- and ' 
vifiited nearly all the Colonies ; Fellow 
Hoyal Astronomic^il, Statisticftl, QeoOTft- 

1>hical, Rot^inieal. ZooloKical, and other 
earned Societies. Published works -C^l- 
\ crthftioTta of the Sun's Meridiaii Altitiidti 
Agronomical Tables. Unsueces.sf ully coa- 
testcd Tipperary, Mid*, asa J/oyalist (1892)> 
30 Portland Place. W, ; Ros<jircA, Tip- 
perary. C7m&a'— Union, National Liberal, 
Autoninbik^ 



Kent, Tdnbri4g«. 1006. 



Paget. 

R. lHfi7, son of William Hedges, Ealing. 
F.d, privately. M. 11*93, Florence, dan. of 
Janiew Hicks. Managing Dircct-or Benson 
& Hedges, Ltd., merchants, London, New 
York, and Montreal ; J. P., Kent. 

St Emnn's Mansions, S*W, ; tTpper 
Kcnnards^ Leigh. Tonbridjpfe. Ctiim— 
National Liberal, Eighty, Cobdon, New 
Reform. 

B, 1&43, Kon at James Helnie, LanOistaTi 
Ed. Royal Gi'am. School, Lancaster. M, 
1877, Mary, dnu. of Thomas Wilson, Cald- 
bock, Cumberland. Senior part no r J. 
Helme Sl Co., manufacturers, U 
Mills, Lancaster: Alderman Tjiu 
(Mayor, 1896-7( ; Alderman Laneashii >. . 
member Lancashire Asylums Bonni and 
Education Committee: Chairman I^n- 
caster Asylum Committee; Pres. Ijin- 
caster and I>iRtrict Chamber of Commerce: 
J.P*. Co. of Lanc4ist«n 

4 Whitehall Court, S.W. ; SpHnfffleld 
Hall, Ijancast4ir. CTtelw — Reform. Na- 
tional Liberal, Municipal and County 
(London I, County (Lancaster), Refoi 
{Lancaster). 

Hdininerda, Bdw&ril DMihia^«iUi«, s„^ 
\ Tacr\y Miu\a.%oT \mi&cTc\3ai CitVaiaaav 





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iTiiichester and Univerfiity Coll., 
a (iHt clA-ss Classieal Mods., IS92>. 
S, Lucy Elinor Colley dau. of C, C. 
; Strcatham* Called i^ the Bar, 
w1nn<>r DiriTtiond Sciilli-. Henley 
U 1 1 ' 1 1 y con tCHtxjd Win - 

r li;^ lowfibury (19iB). 

kre < ' I -lo, E.C. ; ^i Cadogan 

pns, y.Vv . 

KhSt, son of DaTid and Affoert Heiicler- 
£d- St. Mary's S<j:hoolt >, e\v castle-on - 
M. IS88, dau. of William Wat on. 
Row, SuHsex. Apprenticed ft« a 
T to R. Stephenson & Son^^ engi- 
Newcastle - on - Tvno (w ith thcni 
a); bet-ame ofticial of the Friendly 

rlmnfonndery England, Ireland, 
.1 . - .., ,5^^^ SirJ^>t!ti?i)Ji W, Peaw, 
I'loerly member Newcastle 
.1. I Imrham VX\i member 

kiK'^j" iij>nn CounciM Mayor. M13-4) : 
^iy J. P., Newcastle and DttrlinKt-on* 
(hed \Mor\L -Notes mi Rcifintrtttion 
tlectiofiJt. L.R.C. Member* 
idale Hom*u^ Atherfold Koad, Stock - 
W. 



I, w.. 10«J. 



person, Jolin 
Klonald. 

, son of VViUiam and Mary Hendor- 
Jtwiticen. Ed- Gordon's School and 
:lial Coll., Aberdeen. M. 1872. Kate 
daughter of T. Fran d a Robins. 
or, London. Fellow InHtittjfcc ut 
erod Aceoiiutantfi ; called to the 
B87 ; Director Thomas Bolton & Son, 
WkiiA Lancashire United Tramways 
I^M. Published work — Compfiny 
■•■I •to Bank i'im/ ( f o u r 1 ecturea 
Banker.-' Intititute. Itm^ 
contcstijd EsHCx. Maldon 

iibisgate, Wimbledon, S.W*; The 
_ Joose, Felixstowe. CiubA — Tie- 
's Atlonal Liberal, Scottish Liberal 
burgrhK 

l^il^jj*'^ ®^" SlkfopsJdre, WplliTigtoti, IfMKl, 

1860, Hon of 1. S. Henry. Adelaide. 
klarylcbt>ne. .Ml Souls* Gram. Schoid. 

Oottlntrcn University. M. imt, 
i^ dau. of Leonard Lewlsohri, New 
:, Founder and Managing Director 
. Henrv & Co., Ltd., genera! tner- 
t-^ and FTiropean agents for the chief 
ricjm fr.jipi.'i produccrp. UnBUCC-cjfK- 

.T.iiro-tMt Ks-,^x, Mi(i UflOOi 
Ponhcstir Csile. Hyde i'ark, W. ; 
:w.>i.mI, Henley- on -Thamen ; Brook- 
s\\'ellintcton, Salop. C/mIjs -Nativiiml 
■— 1, I jly Liberal, Eighty. 



MnrtiDoqtfii^liiru. 

8.. mit\^ 



y CoL Bfr Ivor 
ftradoc, Bt*. 

51. 8on of J. A* EL Herbert, J. P., 
I/lanarth, and Bon. AufpistA Char- 



lotte, dau. of Rt. Hon Benjamin HaU, iBt 
l(Ord Llanov^er (M.P., Marjiebone, 1837- 
80). KiL St Mary'K Coll. (K.C.K OscotL 
M. 1873, Hon. Albertina. dau- ef Ut 
Lord Londesborotigh. Entered Grenadier 
Guarde^ 1S70 ;, Lieut- and Capt., 1874; 
Brovet Major (for Benieo in Egypt), 1888 ; 
LL-Col.. im; Brevet-Col, ISSi*; passed 
through Stalf Colle^re ; Brigade Major of 

I the Brigade of tiiiards, ERyptian Field 
Force, 1881*; Ad.iutanl Gunrd^^' Camel 
CorpH, Nile Kxpedltion, IS8J-5; Com- 

! maiidant School of Instruction for Auxili- 
ary Forces, I88f5 : Military Attach^, 8t 

^ Pe t^jrabu rg, 188ft-90 ; commanide d Canadian 
Militia (with local rank of Miijor-Geno- 
ralh 189CUi; commanded Coloiiij^d forces, 
H.M.'s Jubiloe. imi. and 3rd Brigade Gren- 
adier Guards, 189^7-8 j Ansif^tant AdjL- 
General, Home DiHlnct, 188i8; AHHi^tant 
AdiU'Ocneral South African Field Forces. 
ISilO-iyoO; Hon. Major-Genei*al Canadian 
Forces. MiH; C.li, Km>; C.BLG., 1895; an 
Otllccr of the Legion of Honour; Com- 
mander of the Order of thy (/rown of 
it^lv: Knight (2nd Gkius.*) of the Order of 
the 'Red Eagle of Prussia; Knight (4th 
Clartsj of the Order of the Medjidie ; Bt, 
IiXJ7; member Newport |Mon.| Borough 
Council, 1901-4 ; member Royal Commis- 
Hion on LiKhthouRC A dininiKl ration, 1906-7 ; 
J, P. and DX.. Monmooth Conoty. 

I Wast Hal It in Street, SAW ; Llanarth 
Court, Raglan, MontnouthHliirL'. Chths— 
Gunrd«', Tra veil era', Marlborough, Na- 
tional Liberal. 

Hepbopt, Thomaa . ^ «-_*„,«- 

AftiOld. Bnckn., ifSjconibo, 10O8. 

B. mi% sen of T. M. Herbert^ Professor 
of Philosophy and Chun h History, l^ne«- 
E^hire Indt^pc^ndtmt College. Ed. Mill Hill 
School, Owtiii^ College, and St, John's 
Coll.. Camiirfdge (Exhibitinner, Feunda- 
tion Scholar, and MeMahon I^aw Student, 
St, John 'b Coll. ; Ist Claws Classical Tripoa, 
lSHf5 ; bracketed Senior, Law Tripos, 1«87 ; 
Stiidenfcehip in Equity, Inner Temple, 
1880; Yorke Prize, Univcraity of Cam- 
bridge. 18flO). M. IfifMI. EUzabeth Goodier, 
dau. of A. Ha worth, J.P., Altrincham. 
Called to (he liiir, 1889; practises at 
Chaneery Bar; J.P., Bucks. Published 
works— Lfirjc of fre^cription ; Law re- 
Utting to Faypunt of Coroners. 

5 Now Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C, ; 12 
Kenyingtflin Park Gardens, W. ; Wymers. 
Marlow. Cluba — Reformt National 
Liberal. 

Hlgham, John enarp, ^Y^S^: 8<"^"i^y. 

H. 1857, fion of Eli High am, cotton spinner 
and manufacturer, Acerington, M. ISflSJ, 
Pnllie, dau. of W. P. Hartley, J.P.. 
Aintree, Liverpool. Member (15 yeara} 
A«erin>;toii Town Council iMayor, 188ft-^ 
and l.SW-lflOOl ; member {12 yearsl Lanca- 
shire C.C. : J.i'., AccrinK(:mi. 

II St. James Comt. Buckingham Gate, 
S.W. ; Mouvbead, Ae.ttViM^Tu l;l-wb— ^^ 
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HQb&rt, Sir Robert Huiti.,Nnr7onitp 

Son of Hon. and Very Rev. H* Lu 
Hobart. D.D.. Dean of Windsor, and 
Re^fi«t.rar of the Order of fch^e Gurter- 
Ed Cha-rterhout+o and Triiiitv Hal], Cain- 
bridtfti lLL.B.t M. 180[), Hon. Julia Trol- 
ltjt>o, dJiiu of iHt Lord Kcstcvcn. Formerly 
in Civil !<orvic43 ; ^*riv. HefX to I) like of 
Iksvonahke wlien 8ec. of State for War 
(twice), PoBtniastcr-GtiiiieraU Chief Hec. for 
Ireland, and Ser, of St*i,t« for India (1863^74 
and 1880-.1K t<i four 8ec«. for Scotland, and 
to Uie Earl J^Iarshal for the Coronation of 
the Kinif and Queen a90l-2l ; C.B., 1885: 
K.CW.O., IfNG; J.P., London, Middlesex, 
and Hainp^hlre ; D.L., Middle«©3t. Un- 
suoceesfully conte^^ted Hants. . New Forest 

51 Cheet^r Square, S.W. ; Langdown, 
Hythe, SouthaiUTiton* C7itd»— Nafciooal 
Idbeiiiil, TravellerH'* 

Hobhoume, Chaflei wuts e., iass^i. 
Edward Henry* BiinLoi i^., leoa 

B. 18«2. eldest son of Bir €*. P. Hobhou^e. 
Bt., Monk ton FarloiR-h, Bradford - on - 
Avon, Wilt^>^,, and Kditn Lucy, dau. of Sir 
Thfist. Turtoo. Bt. Ed. Eton, Ch. Ch., Ox- 
ford, and R.M.C., 8andhnrrit, M. 1800, 
Gcorfflna Fleetwood, dau. of G, P. 
Fuller, Nurtton Park, Coraham, Wilts. 
LieuL *5*»th Roval Rifles. IS84 ; Capt. 7th 
Batt. KinsH Ktivul Hifleji, imi; ht.Col 
eomniandinij;^ 3rd V, B. GloucoHt<;r Regi^. 
1902; F^riv. See. to I^rd Ripen when 
Colonial Hoc, 1S92-5; member TliaiucsCon- 
rtervancy for Wiltn., 19(M ; Cbnrdi E-^Uiten 
CommiHsioner, 1906; Under-Soe. for India, 
1907 : Chairtuan Royal CoinmiHttion on 
Indian AdminiHiratiou, IWI7; J. P. and 
CC, Wilts., i^itice 1892. Unsucco^^fully 
contested Wilts., K, (W»5>. 

4T Rutland Gate, S.W. ; The Ridge, 
Corsham, Wilta. C^wd^Bixioks's. 

Hod^e, John. Ijuik., {Icrton. uwe. 

B. liSoo, Hon of Wmiara Hod^. Ed. 
Motherwell Irtju works School and Gorbalfl 
GranJ, Si:hool, Glasgow. M. 1885, dau, 
of J. Forsyth, Motherwell. Steel and iron 
worker; nmt Sec. Steel SmelfcerH' Union, 
ISSB; has formed Cone illation Boards in 
Steel and Tfnplate Trader; ortranized 
Tinphite Trade; Pres. Glafigow Tradcfl 
Council. 1891 ; Pres, TnidoH ConKffJHs, 18^*2, 
Intcrn&tional Conjifrefl«, 11E93, and Labour 
Repre«entation Committ4J0(tvvice( ; Chair- 
man National Co-operative Quarries, Ltd.: 
member Manthetiiter t^ty Cotinui] for 3 
years, UnKiicccHsfviUy contested Glam,. 
Gower (190C)J and Preston (IWKJJ. 1*.R.C. 
Member. 

a? Shooter's Hill Road, Blarkhcath, S,E. 

Holden, Edward ^ ^ ^ ,_^ 

B. 1S48, Ed. Sunimoraeat We«leyan 
Sehool and Owens Coll., Manchester. M. 
1877, Annie, dftU, of William CasBle. Aber- 



deen. Manatfing Director London City 
and Midland Bank ^ince ISQS, UnsuocefiS- 
fiilly contested LancK., Heywood {\200i, 

5 Throadneodle Street, K.C. Club$- 
Refomi, National Liberal. 

Holland, Sir WUUam ^^ZiSSi^ 
Henry, Mtm i^^iQ^ 

B. 184iJ, son of William Holland, J.P„ 
Manchester. M. 1874, Mav, dau. of James 
Land, D.L.» Malwis Hall, C^oss Hillj*, nea 
Leeds, Partner, nince 1872. \\\ Holland i 
Sonn, cotton and wor.-4t^?d spi oners. Ma 
Chester and Stock iioi-t; Vue-Chairn 
Fine CottJin Spinners* Association, Lt 
Direct-or Wiiliftme*, l^eacon'H Btink, Lt* 
Pre«. Aasociateti Chambers of Commoi 
of United Kingdom, t9lM-7; member Af 
visory Committee on Commercial Int< 
Hgenee, Board of Trade ; member T~ "' 
Currency Committee, ISiJfi ; membei 
St-ock Comjianie** Committee, 1905^ 
mifisioner l*ariM Exhibition, IHOO; 
Manchester t'hamber of Commerce, 18 
temporary Chairman of Wayn and Meam 
Kt., 1^2 : Bt„ 19(J7. Unsuccessfully 
tested Salford, X. {1895). 

fil Qucf?n'KOat^,S,W.: Poole Hall. Xan 
wich. C;Mb«— Reform, National Lib 
Rimela^h, Union tManchostor), Eefoi 
(Manchester). 

Holt, BtoliaFd Ikurninf. ^'^^,^ , 

B. 18*jS. son of Robert Burning an 
Laureuclna Holt. Ed. at Winchester an 
New Coll., Oxford. M. 18SI7, Eliza Lan 
rence, dau, of John Well^s, New Yorf 
Partner Alfred Holt & Co,, 8teamBh' 
own em; J. P., Lan cash ire. U nsii cces*if ou 
contested Liverpool, West Derby (19( 
and 1906), 

Derwent Lodge, Wavertree, Liver; 
C^ud— National LiberaU 

Hooper, Arthur Oeor^e. PodtefJ 

B. 1857, son of Goorgo Freeman Hoop 
manufiU'turer, Birmingham, Kd. 
Ed ward 'f^ Gram. Sciiool, Birmingha 
M, 1881, Fanny, dau, of Hev, J, ShillitO, 
Congregational minister. Birmingham. 
Admitted a solicitor. 1881 ; partner Hooper, 
Tan 11 eld, & Fair bairn, Birmingham and 
Dudley: Dircetor Liverp04d, London, and 
Globe Insurance Co'. ; member Dudley 
Town Council for wome year« : Governor 
Dudley Gium, School; J.P., Worceatei^ 
ahiro. 
Selborne, Dudley. 

Hopst John Bean*. i »«. w., 1000. 

B. ISi^h son of ,Jame« Hope, the eminent 
agriciilturlwt, Ka>it EJarnn, JCd, Fettee 
Coll. and Edinburgh Univ. M. 1«J9, dmi. 
of R. K. Holms-Kerr, Undcrhttnk, Ayr- 
whiro. A chai'tored accountant and ntot^k- 
broker. UnHucco?wfully oontenl^l Perth- 
shire W. (imM 

IB Prinecrt Street. Edinburgh. ClubB— 
Reform, National liberal. Northern 
(Edinbui^ffli). 



I^BBBAL TEAR BOOK, \Wi%, 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



m 



[opet William Henry 

Bateman. 8M«eni«t, N., vom, 

B. \mx ?^on of W. r. Hoi»e, Hock House, 
%\\\. ¥A. Eton and Trinity Coll, Ciitu- 
•iduc, M, imx Afe'iieK, dau. of J. L. 
ihert, Bath. I jilkd to tJar, l8Jn ; J, P., 
leri^t X ineinbi'i Somerset C.C. since 
Unpucce^^^fully t'oritoMUd .Somerect, 

Eastwood. Eofit, Harptree, Bristol. C^itb^ 
— Kuforrii, Xcw Oxford and CambHdge. 

BomlULaiit Emslie John. choiMa., looe. 

R 1883, fton of F. J. Hornimttn, formcrlj'' 
\LP. for Peiiryii and Falmouth, and Rc- 
bek&h^ dftu. of Joliii EiiihI if. Kd. privately^ 
M. 1888, Laurii Inabol, daiL of CoL A. G. 
Ploiucr. Chairman Hornijiian & Co,, t«n 
BietrchanU); member London C.C, ISMS- 
WW, and Cholisea HorouKh t'ouncO, 

13 Chelsea Embankment, S.W.: Lowicks* 
Frenttham, Farnhani, tSuri'e.y, ClubH— 
Nation;il Libera], Cily Libtra'L Eighty, 



MAii«hMt«r, £^ IBOS, 



Hoppid^e, Thomas 
Gardner, K.C. 

B. 1857, HOM of John Horridgc, Bolton. 
Ed. Na8.sau ^school, Harnea. M. 1901, Eve- 
Jyae, dau, of Melvill Sandy><, I^narth, 
ft rtdobridge. Called to the Bar, 1884 : 
K.C, 190L 
41 KutJand Gftte. S.W. r? lift— Rof oral. 

Boward., Hon, Oooffipey Cumhwriand, 
William Algernon. E<)itdui[^ iix)«>. 

B. 1877. son of Lord t:arlisli3, ^>L Trinity 

CoU.. Cambrid^'o (M.A. ; Hon-*, in HLstxiry 

aad Law!. Cn.HUt:i>i^>iHfiiUy oon tented 

YorkH., Richmond {xmw, 
] Palace Oreo a, Keu.sington, W. ; Na- 

warth C-a«tle, Carii^lo. C'/tt6«— Brooks'a, 

Bachelors^ 

Hudson, IHTalter. Ncwc»H^tteK>aTymi, iuoo> 

B. 1852, bon of Henry Courtleyand Krania 
Hud- on, Ed. Xational School. Itichmoiid I 
lYurk^.K M. 187.^, Annie Tlionajisivii. Rail- 

w ..1 ', ( i mml <X. F. H:ii | way C-o,( tor '25 yeam ; ' 
f^ Ti Bninrh Aruiiljjra- 

n ,iv Men ; [lihh Sec. , 

A : J . . .. ui liaiUvav t!icr\ ants i 

^I'trp., L-iiil-S); Jivbinbc'r Ruyat 
I on Accidents to Haihvay 

:.K , . i Irb^h Tratles Congi'ei^, 1903- 

L.K,C. Member. 

EL* wick Hou8c\ Athorfold Rond, Clap- 
ham, «,W. 

B. 1865, feion of John and EliKa Hntton. I 

£ocJeHhilL nwir Bradftjrd. Ed. :MiJl Hill, j 
and THnity ColL, CanibridKe. 

15 ArlinKt-tin Sti-eet, S.W. : Crow Troc^J, ) 

Kawdon, Yorkshire. VlutM — BrcM)kH*H, \ 

DevonshlFe, NatJonaJ Ubeml. I 



Hyde, Clarendon ._ . , .^^ 

Goldlng. Wedii«rt.ary,MO«. 

B. 1858, won of Henrv Harrv Hyde. 
Kd* Royal Iniititutioti f^Jiool, LivenM><d, 
and KinK*! ColL, London. M. 188.*% 
Ijaui-a Aoi-ie, dau. of Hew Canon U. T. 
HalnuT, Newington Roctory. 8,E. Callod 
to the Har, 1881, but doiii» not. imtctisw? ; 
Vic??-!^!*?^. H. Pearson &: Son, Ltd., con- 
tractors^ WaHtnnn.^tJ,^- ; Fellow StaliKtical 
HcK':ii?ty. Uiifiuccc^ih! fully conte<^tt?d South- 
ampton mmi 

7a ttlouce^tjcr Teri'aoe, Hyde Park, W. ; 
Itt Victoria Street. S.W.; Lvndhvir»*t, 
WednesUiiry. Clubs— Hotfanm^ Utiiou, Na- 
tional Llb«3ral. 

IdrtB. Thomaa Howell FUnt Matrki 
IV 11 llama. idm. 

B, 1842, son of Benjamin WilliaiiiH* 
farnir^r, Penibruke^hire. Ed. National 
Sehooi^ Taveruhpite. M* 187H, Enuneliuo 
Ti"©venn. ChaiiTuan Tdrij^ & Co., mineral 
water inannfactmt^rK ; member London 
(*.C. Kinco IKSS^f (Chairman Water, Main 
DitiimiKu, an<l liixi'rs Coinmitt^it*) ; mem- 
ber London Watt^r Board ; menil>er 8t. 
PantnitM H(jrough t'yuncil ^Mayor, IWM); 
formerly member Thamas and Lea Con- 
jnervaney Btmrds; Pres. Britinh l^Jwirma* 
coiiticul Conferenee» llK)3-4 ; JJ\, London 
and Meriont^thHJiire ; as-^umed surname 
IdriH. Piibljiihed workH— A'ok-^ vn Jt,s- 
^etiiial Oii^i The Abolition of lAnifton 
f*h(fi*i varioiiH paperH on chenjieal Kub- 
jcetH. UnBiicees^nilly cjantested Denbiijh 
lJistrii;t {mm and t^bastcr im*i}. 

MiUlicld, Wo8t Hill. Highgtite, N. : Doly^ 
eats. (Uider IdriH, MerioneLbHhirc. Vluh— 
National Liberal. 

mingworth, Percy „ , ^. , ,^^ 

Holden. lof]a..8hipJfty.lWi6. 

B. ISfftf, son of Henry Illingworth, Rrad- 
fonl, and grandson of Sir Isaac Holden, 
Ht,. M.P, Ed, JeKiis ColL, Camhrklge 
(M. A.. LL.B.K M. llXff. May, dan. of Oeon?e 
Coatrt, Painlev. Called to the B:ir, l«i*.); 
i^erved ipiith Yorkshire Yeomanry in S.A. 
War, 19CifJ ; member Exoe. National LibenU 
Federation, liKM^I ; Pari Priv. Sec. tjo Mr. 
BirrelL Mil Cnsneeo-ssf^iUy contewt^^fl 
YorkH.. Shipley \umi 

im l^meii^ter Gat^s, W, j Ijodye ]io;t'de 
Hall, Bradford. Clubs — Reform, Colon, 
tJxford and Cain bridge. 

B, 18Jft>, won of J. M. IsaacH, merchant. 
City of London, Ed. Cniversity Coll. 
iScboolt Loudon : BruHneK and Hatiovei". 
M. 1887, Alice, dan. of Albert Cohen, mor- 
chant. CalliM to the Bar, 1887 ; (J.C, 18JJ8 ; 
Btjneher (MiddltJ TcmpleK ISK>5. UnHue- 
ccssfuUy content! ed Kt'nsington, N. (ll«N}|, 

2 Gai\len Court, Temple, E,C. ; 3i Putk 
Latie. W.; Faxhlll, Eijitley^ Kctks. Ctuhn 
— Kefotm, Na-ttotvai lA\«ira\., ?«l\im^. 



A 



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58 



TBE BOUSE OF COMMONS. 



OTABOWklh, IKKIh 



B, 1830, son of John Jiickson, Nowin^ton^ 
Kent. Ed, Elm House School, i^ittifiir- 
borne. M. 1878. Mary Ann, dau.* of John 
Bell. Blackheath^ Admitted a »olloitort 
18T2 : practkes in Gi-conwich, SittinK- 
hourne, and Ixindon ; membcir l^ondon 
CO, 1889^95 and ISSe-lOtJ? ; Mayor, Green- 
wich, 1002-3; JA\, London County. Un- 
BUccoKHfully contested Greenwich (19(XI), 

Stobcrosis IjOdKW, Crooiuw Hill, Gi-oen- 
wich. C^ufe— National LibeitU.. 



1890 ; huA attended Miners' Conferences in 
varioufi countries for many years ; f onneriy 
member Durham C.C. I^a-bour Member. 

82 Donbv Street, Pinilleo, S. W, ; 20 The 
Avenue. Durham. 



B- 1852, son of M, Jacobj, Nottingham. 
Ed- prisately. M. ISSil. Mifls F. Licpnmnn, 
Gla*^ow* For 20 yearn nu active partner 
in Ml Jaeoby & Co., lace inaiiufacturerH, 
Nottingham; member Nottingham Town 
Council for 10 years ; founded Nottingham 
Technical ScbooJjs; promot-cd oponine of 
Nottingham CaHtle ^a Art Museum; Kt, 
190<i. 

ai Kat-on Place, S.W. ; Oakhill Hoib^e, 
NottiuH'ham. €*litb» — Reform, National 
Liberal, Notts County. 

J&pdlne. Sir Jobiip _ ^ , ^, ^^^ 

K^C^lHSi, LIi^D* RosljnrglTaiilie, 1D06, 

B. l&4i, ROn of William Jardine, J, P. 
Kd, Christ's Coll. Cambridge (Chancel- 
lor's Medal for EugliHh Poetry J, M. 1880, 
Minnie, dau, of J. Hogg, M.R.C,S. Entered 
Indian Civil Ser\ice ^Bombay), 1864; Ju- 
dicial ( 'omraisHionyr, Burma ; Pres, School 
Board for Province of Burma ; Chief Sec* 
Bombaj GoA'ernmcntin Political^, Judicial, 
Educational^ Persian, and Secret Depart- 
mcntH ; Judge of High C'om1;.of Judicature 
and Acting Chief Justice, Bombay; Vicc- 
ChancoLlor Bombay University; retired. 
1897 ; K.C.I.E., ISSJ7 ; tnember Council Co- > 
operative Small Holdings Society; hon. 1 
LL.D. Aberdeen Univ., 1906; J.P., God^ ' 
aiming and Surrey. Published workfl— I 
Notes on Buddhwt La w ,- VustoTnary Larv ' 
of th€ Chin Tribe iti Bumui (editor); I 
Sangernmno's Burmme Empire (editor); 
and various reviews and articles. Unsuc- 
cessfully contested Rosbiu-ghshire (1900h I 
Applegarth, Godalminff, Surrey, Chtbs . 
—ReroiTu, Scottish Liberal (Edinburgh), ' 
Byculla (Bombay!. 

Janklna, John. chaiham, lew. 

B. 1832. Shipbuilder ; formerly Press. 
Cardiff Shipbuilding Societv ; Pre^. Trade 
Union Congress, 1883 ; Mayor, Cardiff. 
1 903 ; J, P. , Carditf . L. R. ( \ Men ibc r. 

Orangetown, Cardiff. 

, y JohlkS&n, John* Qste9bmt}, 19CH. 

/ M Jmi son of Th onm.H an d Ma. rtha John - 
Mj. Ad. v/Mi^e mhool Entered iiiinea 

^^^ ^svatfor the Dtirhma mines since 



Vt'ArwickiOiire. Nuneaton, 19C)& 



JDhiiB.on, 
William. 

B. 1849, son of John Johnjion, coal mind 
Chilvors Cot-on. Kd, CoUycroft Elemfll' 
fcary School (holds* six 1st lUa«8 Advance _ 
Science Certiflcate>« of Science antl Art 

: Department ; for eight or nine years took 

I first prizefl, open to all England, at %Vork- 

I ing Men's Club and Institute?. London!. 

' M. ISOa. Pri>^c;illa Davenport. Hegnn work 
in a factory when eleven ; General See. 

^ and A^e n t War wicksh ire M in er**' A ssocia- 
tion sinco 1S85 ; member Warwiokshtre 
C.C (member Education C-ommifctBe); 
J. P., Warwickshire. Fnbliahchd works- 
articles on Machinery ven^uj^ Hmnan 
Labour, Maszini'js * Duties of Alan,' &c, 

' Unsucc*f?isful]y contest^^ Warwickshire, 
Tamworth USffS), and Warwlckehir«, 

j Nuneaton (1000). Labour Member. 

Miners* Offlcxjj^. Bed worth, Nimeatoo. 

I C/u&— National Liberal 



Jim«a, Sip David oio,,. attoiid. lesM, 
BFynmorr H.C Swanwa )>Mztet. laoi. 
B, 1852, son of Rev. Thomas Jones, 
Swansea, and Jane, his first wife. EcL 
University OolL School and Univerwity 
Coll., London (Hume Scholar. 1873; ' 
LL.B., Lend., 1874}. M. 1892. Florence, 
widow of A. de M. Mocatta, and dan. of 
Major fjionei Cohen. Gained Studenl^hip 
of Cotincii of Legal Education, 1875 ; called 
to the Bar, 1879* on South Wales Circuit: 
County Court Judge. Mid Wales, 18S5; 
County Court Judge, Glourestershire, 1886 
^refligned 1892) ; Q.C.. ims i Bencher (Middle 
Temple)^ 1809 ; member Welsh Land Com- 
raLssion, 18513-^ ; Chairman County Court.s 
Departmental Comjuittees, 1893, and 1899- 
IflOO; Hon. Senior Counsel and Member of 
Court University of Wales; Chairman 
Royal Commission on Metropolitan Police. 
1906; member Welsh Church Commission, 
1H07; Kt., mifi; J.P.. Gloucestershire and 
Glamorganshire. Published works— Ed lUxi 
T/te IMvme Order; The JVei^h reople 
{with John Rhya), Sec. 

27 Bryan ston Square, W. ; 12 King*s 
Bench Walk, Temple, K.C\ C7tt6w— Re- 
form, Devonshire, Eanelaght Swansea 
County, 

JoneB« L»lf* Weatmorl&nd. Ai^plehy, tau. 

B. 1802, son of Rev. Thomas Jones, j«ome- 
tinie Chairman Congregational Union of 
Encland and Walefi. Kd. S<'otrh roll., 
Melbourne, and Trinity Coll., i* 
elected President United Kingd^ 
Uance, 190B. Unsucce8§fuHy con! i 

WeatmVTE\9\^Y 0ms\, \fi:/eA^ Central Uat*:*), 
and Ma.T[\e\\tt*\Ait. ^. ^JSKK^-^^^. 



l^lBJeRAL YBAK BOOK, 



\^ft. 




CaLRiArTonahire, K,.18K« 
B, son of W. Joiies^ pertHant farmer, 

a, Bd. Baiitfor Noriiial iioUcgo; 

ity Coll. of Waloa, Aboryt^t with ; 
Cford. Formerly t\ teacher in Car- 
tUre and umler London School 

Private Tutor at Oxf&nl* 
rdon Street* W.C. ; Oxfoi-d. 



t, Ff«d«Hck 



Bndfoffd, W., lOttfl, 



Mill' worker from an early age: 
^cturer's uiatiairer. Memlwf Brad- 
>wn Council -^iiico 1892 lAldoniian, 
HL Unsuccessf uily oonUisit5d Bi-ad- 
r. {lymi L.1LC. Member, 
mtlinrii F'lace. limdford. 



ly, Hudson 



Devoaport, IWL 



ManthMter. S.W., W06. 



\ G«ortf e 



l^on of Thomas and 8arah FntnceH 

Ed- Na tional «cli ool . Li th ogrraph Ic 

; Geneifil Sec. Anialtcamatod Soc. 

loirraphic Priiitjcrs, and National 

\y „,,.\ i.-j,,fi^i.p.^i Triidi'rt* Ftidei-atioii 

^■^ ■ ■ T' M aiicbostc p C it V t 'tm li - 

[ ' - lm\ L. R, C. M ombor. 

*..,.,.H,,rn Road, aK.; (13 Upper 

troet, Alanchesterr. 






^J -Smith, 
, Maicolm, 

- .^vw/ fj/' .l/o/or Kinctiid-Simth 



B, son of G. E. Kewiey, Uxbridge. 
lanlej«*h School. M. 1888, Scliiia, 
if W. Chottt-or. Blistworth. l*arl. 
tw-rd of Trade, 1905. 
poiiivenor Placo, S,W. ; Wittineton, 
r; Gwyifa Hiraothog-, IXsiibiKh, N. 
, C/w^^Refonji. 

rich. Sip George ^ _^ ,^^ 

U, son of Sumiiiul Trehawko Keke- 

oniierly M.P- for South Devon, and 
daii- of Lowifl William Buck, 

y M,P. for North Devon. Ed. 

kd BaUiol Coll., Oxfonl, Examiner 

ion DepftrtiJient, 1867; See. Com- 
of Council on Educiition» 18SM)- 

fcience and Art Department, S. 
fctoru IRMh Sec, Roard of Ediicn- 
,?' <U 19i:»3; I^rcs. ChUdren'r; 

D \\ xVature Stiicl^' Awrificia- 

p 1 the Nationaliiiation of 

|aon, and other educational bodies ; 

DCDiber (the only oiiot Natioiml 
of Teachei-s; .J.P., Middlesex. 

>ed workH— articles in Contemp^- 

enVw on Thr- Vhurch and the E(ht^ 

vict„ and Th€ Amendment of tht' 

}ian Acta, 

Iban'i^. Hanwoi-th Park, Felihani. 

lox. C1f«6^— Reform, National Lib- 



and R-M.C., Bandhiiri*L Entered Army 
(9th Laiicei>;), 18SM ; pi'omoted Captain, 
mil ; j^crved tii We^^tt Africa, India, and 
H.A- War. 

5 Bury StJ-ueL St* JameH't$. S.W. ; Wei- 
losbourno, Warwick. Clt^H — Cavalry, 
Amiy and Navy, Bachelors', 

B. lSo9, Kon of Alderman John Kin^, 
Manchester. Ed, Oliver'!* MouDt School, 

I Scarboixiugh, and Owe ok ('oil., Man- 
chester UlSc,^ Land en and Victoria Cni- 

I ven^itiest M. 1888. Julia CoaFitance, da it. 
of TlionuiH Oliver, HelliiiKton. A bleacher 

' and flniiihor; I^^tck. Manchester Rrancli 
Petire ScKdety. 

7a WTiitehaD Court, S.W. ; Bnck Bankj 
BoDington. MaccleHlleld* C/m6a— Xatioaal 
Liberal, New Eefoiin^ Reform (Man- 
chelator). 

I«aldl&iir» Robert, iwnirewihtiw. £., 10cm. 

j B. tSSfi, mn of AV'illiara Laldlaw, farmer. 
Ed, Kirkton and Denholui Parifsh Schools. 
M. mW, Mary Elixa, dau. of Capt. W. B. 
t'olliui?, and widow of W. L, Fnincln, 
Indian Foreign Office. Partner White - 

' away. Laidlaw, & Co., and Ijaidlaw & 
Lake ; proprietor of tea CKtaten in Dar- 
jeellrig ana of a rubber plantation in 
Malay PeniIl^iula ; Director Calcutta 
t'hrlKtian Schools Society for many yeai's ; 
has travelled twice round the world, and 
in iua«t European couiotriCH, and has 
visited AmoHca four times. 

C/h^.s— Reform, Xatioual Liberal. City 
I^iberaL 



Leotninntor, 10«G. 



Lanib, Edmund 
George. 

Bom I8fi3. fton of Richard W, Liinib, 
D.L,, WcHt Denton, Northumberland. Ed* 
ilratory School. Edgha^ton, Merton C-olL, 
Oxford (M.A.I, and University Coll., 
Ijondon. M, 18ft3, Mabel, dao. of Stephen 
Wink worth, London. Colliery proprietor 
and landnwnoi. 

Holly Li*difc. Campdcn Tiill, W. ; Bordon 
Wood, Liphook, Hant*^ : WcHt Dent4>n. 
Scotj^ w (H jci -on 'Tyn e. Vt uhs — Ox ford and 
Canibridjce, Union. Art-n, Bath. 

Lamb, Urneat Henry. 
C,W.G* 

R. IS'rt, f=ion f)f Benjamin Lamb. Ed. 
Dulwich and Wyclitfe Coll., Stonehouse. 
Giort- Eleclrirji^l EiiKineer; AHuociate 
Instttut* Electncal Engineers ; Chainnan 
New System Private Telephone Co., Ltd. ; 
Director Yorks, Private Tolophono Co.. 
Ltd, ; inember Cuurt^ of Common Council 
j^ineo 1W)3 ^youuKest member ever eleet<jd|[ ; 
Vice-Pros. Kofne Counties Liberal Federn 
tlon ; Vicc-PreK. Ijand Law Reform Asso- 
elation ; C . M .G . , VitSl . 

37 King WmVam ^tYccU V.A .%^^vS\;fcl' 
hill Side, ^nutb. CToydow. CVubis-^'^ 
tlonnl Liberal, >;«iw K&loTm,¥*\5i^Vi,<^^ 
den, GudldhaU. 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Lambert* Oeorge* utmen, Hontb Moiwjn. ibsi. 
B. 186(:i. stiTi of (ioorRti Ijfxmb«rt,8pr*j.v t-rtn. 

Ikuvoii. Kd. Nortli Tawton Gram. HchooU 

M, I9(M» Barbarn, dim. of G«orK*J Stavern* 

Morpeth, N'oi'thiiTiilx^rland, A fariuor ; 

iiicmtaer A^friculturftl CnnitiiiKrtion. ItttJS; 

iiiojiibar Comiiiiltoo PrefoiriL'utlul Railway 
' Katt3?i, IIMM : 1 1i'il IjOi-d of tbc AdimrRlti% 
I IfHio ; jiitsiuber Devoimbiro i\C., 1888 ; J.E, 
I TJevoniHihire. 

34 GKJftvenor Hoad* WefltminHt*>r. S. W. ; 

.Spra^'toii, Bow^ X- Devon, Clubs—liB* 

form, Xatloiial Libenil. 

11. US^SJi, sun of Jamas Lanioiit of Knoek- 
dow mAK fur Hut^jHbire, \m^% and Adu- 
laidu Kliaia, flam- of Sir Georgo Deny 8, Bl.. 
Diuycott* Yorki*. Ed. WInebtwter niid 
College of Agrfcultui"©, Douiiton (C'ertif., 
1890). F.S.A. Scot.; Hon. See. Scotti^^h 
Llbera.1 Aksoc. ; Pari. Priv, Scq. t-o Sir H, 
Campbell-Bannerman, mi«: JA\ U.h., 
and CX\, Argyllshire. Unsuocesftfully 
contested Bnteshiro (1900). 

4 Queen Street, i^liiyfalr, W. ; Knockdow, 
Toward, Argyllshire ; Palmisite, Trinidad, 
B.W.L CiF*6s— Keforrn. Tmvdler>?\ Ba- 
chelors', St. Jameses, Xew tEdirjbm'gb). 

Langlay, Batty. diisfflBkt, Attl^r^liff<^, nm^ 

B. 1834, Hon of T. Liingley, Oppiiitfbani, 
Rutland. FA. Uppinfjham School. A 
timber merchant; has bikcn promincnb 
part for many ywirs in pnblic life in 
Shoffleld j Mayor, mm: Alderman Shef- 
field; J, P., Shenield and Vorki^. 

Langhill, Sbettield. C/uh — Natiuiial 
Lib era L 



FranGlB* iw. 

B, imi Hon of Franciw Banatt, St. 
AuBt-yll. Kih ariviit^lv and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge <M.A.. LL.B.) M. 18»1, 
Fratiee«, daiin. of Thonuifi Lay land, Stone- 
honae, Wallasey, Cheahiro. J. P., D.L., 
and Alderman fiorowall; High SherifF, 
1897. Cnsiicees.4fiilly eontcHtod Dcn'on, 
Tort] nay {im% 

68 L'adogan Son are, S.W. ; Trogai-n© 
Lodge. St. AiiHtoll; The Manor House. 
Torquay, Cittha — Ecforra^ Dovonfihii-Ot 
National Liberal. 



Ltineit.r AcciinRton, lSJ>d, 



(Stance, dan. of William HarKTctivos, S«nd, 
Surrey. A barrisil/er * Q-C. 18^1; Beacher 
llnnor Temple). 1898; Recorder of Mftn- 
cheMter, ISJW; ICt,. 18S»5. t7nsucee-<s fully 
eontentod Preston UStlSj and LHncs,» Ac- 
cviufgton amii 

Sutton Park rotlagc, Guildford, Surrey, 
<?Zwd— Reform* 



Hugh Caoil. »t. Pdttieran, K., wm. 

B, imi Hon of C\ A, Lia, and EliitEibeth, 
dau. of ThomiUH Matthow:*, Ed. Boulogne, 
Reitut^, and Munich. M. 181*8, Jessie, dau. 
of Charlen Fi^h. Xcwrtimper proprietor, 

mCadotpn Phice. S.VV. tV?i 6s— Reform, 
Jnnior Atlienamm. 



£«ee«e, Sir Joseph 
Ff&ncls, KX« 

B. lR4o, Hon of ,To,'^eph l^eo^^et Altrlncham, 
Cheshiro- Kd, privat'Cly, in London, and 
Dajnbdd^tf Vniv. M. im, Mary Con- 



Itehmann, Rudolf 
Chambers. 



I^ireatenhin. 



B. lS5<t^ son of Frederick Lehman n, Lon- 
don, and Xina, dau, of Robert Chambers 
Edinburgh, Ed, Biprhgnt© Schoel and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (M.A.. 1881). M. 
1898. Alice Marie, dau, of HarriHon D;ivis, 
New HampHbire, U.S.A. Called r 
Bar, 18»); member of st^Ut'of Pirar^. 
\mi: editor DtuUi Xefrtt, liUJl : lu 
Exec. Committee ,\atM>nal Libenil I 
tion, 19CICM5 : Chairman Liberal Pub] i 
Department. U)OB; High Sherilt; 1 
liWl : J . P. , Buc k«. F*u blish ed wo rk 
& Lehnmnn H Dimjit of Oi'er-ntleii 
In Vambridfje Courtft ; Anni Fn,. 
Cmm ba of Pit u; The Stt n Child , ^r i , 
Kucoossfully contested Cbelt-euluxni il«'! 
Hull. Central (1886). i%nd Cambiidgr i]<^rjr 

m Anhky GanlenH. S.W, ; Fleldboad, 
Bourne End, Buckj*. Clubs — Reform, 
Athenaeum, SportJ*. 

Iievep, Arthur £*eTy. esmh, Huwidi j 

B. tSfiO, «on of JoHcph Le\-y'. Leicester. 
Ed. Unlvcrnlty C'oU. Sehooi privately, and 
abroad. M. 18BCi, Beatrice, dnn. of Philip 
Falkt Kt^nwington Palace GardeD--^^ W., 
when added name of Lever for family 
roJiHOUH, Major 2nd V.B, Royal FutiilierK 
(retired); member Royal Commisesion on 
CoaHt Eroaion, 19fli. 

m Hans Creseent, S. W, CI ubs - Refor 
National Liberal. 



C1u!«him.WiR«l.ifloi« , 



L«var, William 
Heaketlii 

B. 1851. Sim of JamcH and Eliza Levi 
Bolton. Ed. t hurch lui^titiite, BoU 
M, 1874, Elimheth KUen; dau. of CrompI 
Hiilme, Bolton. In businesH an wholci 
grocer. 18f57-8<j: becjime soap maker 
Warrington 1886 ; began building of P _ 
Snnlightv lSS8i head of Lever Bmthoniy 
>ioap makem, Port Suidigbt. I^blirthod 
Vt'orks—FolJoiring fAr Fktfj and several 
piimphletfl, Unfiucce^'ifully eonk\st<jd Birk- 
enhead (1882. 1801, and 1*15! and Cheshire, 
Wirral (IflOOl, 

Thornton Manor, Thornton Hough. Che- 
Khire; The Hill, North End, Hnnipstoad 
Heath. N,W. C^utu— Reform. National 
Liberal, Devonahire, Automobile. 

L6vy» Sir Maurtee. j>ice«i«»hir«, mm, itOd, 

B. IS-iy, Hon of Juj^ejih and Cortlella Levy, 
Ed, piivatelv and London Unlv* M. ISS5. 
Eliae Ray^ cUu. of M&x and Ray Zomen- 



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01 



Flint iHstiict, um-IOM. 



beim. life Director Hart & IjBvy, Ltd., 
Leiceator And London; Kt., l»/7 ; J, P.. 
Leiooat-ershii"©, 

Humberetooe Hall. Leicester, Cfubs 
Reform, National Liberal, Loicostor and 
County Libenil, &c. 

Itewls, Jolm 
Hopbert* 

B, li^, fion of E, Lewifl, Mofityn, Flint- 
shire, and Catherine, dau. of M. Roberts, , 
Pla^ Llang-wyfan. DcnbiKlishiro. KtL l*en- 
bi^h Gram. School, Monlroal Univ., and 
Eseter Coll., Oxford. M, {Ut) 1886, Ade- ; 
laide id. 1^^), dau. of Charier^ Hu^he^, ' 
Wrexham; and (2nd\ 18SJ7, Kuth. dau. of 
W. S, Cainc, M.P. C'hairnmii Flinttiblre 
C.C\, lHL«*-93; Chainiian Joint Education 
Committ^je and County Governing Body of 
Intonnediate SohoolH, 1^8^1904 ; a Junior 
Lord of tlie Trtjaijury, 1906. 

23 Groavenor Road, S.W. ; Penucha, 
Caerwy«. Flintahire. Vlubit — Rofortiu 
National LiberaL 



Lloyd-Geortfe, 
Bt* Hon. David. 



duTtarron DUtrict, IBM, 



!L i-viL^ -nri of WIOiHm Goorge» Master i 
ii-^et Unitarian Sehoole, Liver- 
I llzfibotb, dau. of Rev. David 

list niinititer. Llanyatumdvs'v* , 
riire. Ed. Llanystunidwy Ch. i 
! privately. M, 1M88, MaigaroU I 
^...,.,.. ^.i^hard Owen» Myri^dd Ednyfed, i 
CriccieLh. A soliuitor; Prej*. Board of 
Trade, 19i>5. 
'■rs field, Wandsworth t'omuton, S,%V,; 
< twen, Crlccieth. Ciiiijs'— Httforni, 
aal Ijiberal. 

jMfogh, Tbomaa* iiaineton, w., if%»z, 

B. IS-Vi. Hon of Matthew Louijh. Cavan, 
a- i, dau. of William Ht^el. Eld. 

I ol. Civ van, and Wesley CoHcge, 

III f imK Edith Helen, dau. of the 

Rc^. Julia Mills, l^arl. .Sw. Boai-d of , 
fiducntion, 1906; oiembor Royal Archa^o- 
Socitity of Ireland ; iiieuiber Royal < 
icalSoch^ty ; H^M. Lieut,, Co. Cavan, 
bli shii d \^'orkH —Ol ImpftcH of Eft rlj/ 

Poverty : and other worltB and artieles on | 
IriHb llnaneial rolationii. Free Tmde, and , 
the sugar question, UneuoceasfuUy con- 
tested Corn%vaU. Truro (188*1). | 
U Dean's Yard, WoKtminster, S.W, ^ I 

' Drom Mullah. KilleBhandra, co. Caran. 
Ireland, C?f*dif— liefonn, Xntional Liberal, 

, £i4fhty, St. Stephen » Groon { Dublin), 

Ipton, Arnold. Unei^, Bleaford, idoe. 
Son of Arthur Lupton, Leeds and Whit- 
tln^ton, Kd. private? ly. M. Jentsie, dau. of 
J. W, JUnifiden. Mining engltii cr find roi- 
Uery mantiger : Instructor and Professor of 
Goal Mining, YorkHbiro College, 1878-98 ; 
received silver medal of Oitlor of St. John 
of Jerusalem for Having life in a coal 
mine after an ©JcpJosion irj 1580; njeinber 



ljistitnte8 Civil Engineei's, Mechanitnil 
Engineer?:, El rctrical Engineers, and Min- 
ing 1 ; rnember Leeds Town 

Cou! Piiblishi^ warks— f>«*r 

Inh> r the Earth: Mining: Alimr 

SurVfi/iny; KledricUu «^ -Applied tO 
Mining. 

7 Vietorift Street, WeatJn luster. S.W. 
Clubs — National Liberal* Leed» and 
County, Liheral (Leodj^K 

IiuttrelL Hugh ncw.iiahiw.TmviiUK'k, tiro. 
Courtenay iQui>. 

FomrneB* I)«van«liir«^ Tmvl>to«ik, UM. 

B. 18.57, son of G, F. Luttrell. Dunater 
C'liKtle, Somerset, and Annie, dau, of Sir 
Alexander Hiaxi. Bt^ I'M. Cheltenham 
Coll. M. 1D<^L Dorothy Ho|je, dait of Sir 
W, %\''edderhurn, Ht* Formerly Capt, in 
Rifle tirigade ; A.D.C. to Lord Spencer 
and L*:>rtl Cowper when Viceroys of Ire- 
land, and to Gen. Sir J. Adye, 

Ward House, Bere Alston, Devon* 

i#yell, Cliaples Henry. Dor»t,E.,iS(>*. 

B. 1875, only ^ou of .Sir Leonard Lyoll, 
Bt., Kinnonly, and Mary, dau, of Rev. 
J, M. Stirling. Ed, Eton and New ColL, 
Oxfoi-d. Pari Priv. See. to Sir E. Grey, 

4S Eaton Place, S.W, ; Klnnorcly, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. C/tti>— Reform. 

Lyji^h, Henry Finiilfl YorkB., JUpou, 

Bloase. looo- 

H, I8fi2, son of Thonia** Kerr Lynch, 
Partry House, oo. Mayo, and HaiTiet. dau. 
of C'ol. Robert Tayltjr. Indian Political 
Service. Ed, Eton and Trinity Coll.. 
Cambridge iM.A.; lut ClaH>i Classieal 
TriposJ. Called to the Rar, 1887; senior 
partner Lynch Bros., Eastern merehunts; 
iuvs trjLvelled exlfosfvely in countries 
between Mediteri-anean and India. I*ulj- 
llshed wiirk» ^ Armeniit : Trui^et^ and 
Stitdieti ; Lomfon {2 vols., 1901) ; Map of 
J rmenia I19(>1| ; and variouii nrticluH in 
the Reviews and in the Proceedings of 
learned Societies, 

33 Pont Strt et, S.W.; Wardington House, 
Banbury. C7«b— Athenienm. 



McArthur, William Cnm^iOi, Bt. Aa«t«UL, 
Alexander. i»^ 

B. 18.'>7. Hon of AlcK. McArtbur. M.P. for 
LciceHt<jr,and Maria Bowden, dan, of Rev. 
W. B. Boyce. Ed. privately, M. 1890, 
Florence Creemer. dan, of J, C Clarke, 
M.P. for Abingdon. Partner W. & A. 
Me Arthur, Ltd. ; Director Bank of Austm- 
Insia; a Junior Lord of the Tixiasury. 
1892-^1, UnsuccesH fully contested York«., 
Bueki-ose (1888). 

12 Buckinghara Gate, S.W.; Pirbnght, 
Chipstoiul, Surrey. Li uf'H— Reform, Dev- 
onj^hire, City Liberal, National Liberal, 
Garrick, Union iSydnGy)^ Australian (Syd- 
ney), Melbourno. 



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THE BOUSE OF COMMONS, 



MoCalliim, John Mills* PiUiiu) , louo. 

B. IMl, HOi\ Mf John McCJftllum. of J*&; J. 
Mc'Callum, dvei-H, Piiinli^y, Ed. John 
Nellsou Insiitutlon. Fiiirtluy. M, 1877, 
A^nOH, dan. of Stephen Oivten, sblppinij: 
broker, GriniHby. Partner Isdale & 
MoCallum^ Noap and «oap nrxwdcr niatm- 
fat'tiircrt* ; member PuIhIcj* Town i onneU ; 
member Kxtscutive Council tScuttish 
Liberal Assochttion ; J. P.. Henfrowahiro. 

So 11 tbdeiie, Puit.l*3y- €l ab.'i — Xatioiml 
Libeml, Liberal (QliuKgow), Scottish Re- 
form (Minbur^h)* 

MoCrae, Oeonltt* Bai]itiiijrgiL,E,,iR(w. 

Brirn nm. SxL LancaHtorlan SehooU 
Edinbui^k. M. Ifi80, EUssa Cameron Rm 
&elL Knto-ed Ml» burgh Town Council . 
188tt : City Treasurer and Chairman Fin- 
aneo Commlttoo. lSWl-9; J. P.. Kiiinburjfb ; 
CoL Comdg. 4 th V.B. The Royal Scotw. 
PubliKhed workw Mmilcipnl Fitiance / 
l^cturtA on Debt CottverKion ; TujcaHoiir 
of Land Valm^-ii^ &c. 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S.W.;Torluish,GmnK**, Edinburgh. ChttM 
— Xational Liberal, fcicottinh Liberal. 

B. 1896, Kon of John Macdonald, farm- 
flervAQt. Kd. Drah-ie Board School and 
Blrkbeok lnetit\Jto. M. am, dau. of Dr, 
jr. H. QlftdjBtoDe, F.R.H. Sec. labour Ptirty 
(LRC) both inHldo and outride Parlin- 
ment : Chairman Independent Ijabour 
Party ; member Royal Eeonomio Hocicty, 
Royal IiiHtitutiorit and Swololoffical So- 
ciety ; Editor ' Soeialist Library.* Pub- 
lished work.^ — Upriatvim and Soci/'tv ~ 
li'^hai I saw in Soitth Africa, mfl; The 
Zoll jtf 7V m (t ii'l Britij'ih itui irvi' rjy ; }Vo wi-e/t 
in the Printing Tratics: lAtbour and the 
Mmplrt. CnmiTCossfnUy contested South- 
ampton 08S*5) and Leicaster {1900). L.R.C/. 
Member, 

3 Lincoln'^? Inn Fieldrt. W,C.; Liu field, 
Che*<ham Bolfl, Bucks ; Lofisiomouth, Scot- 
land, 

Maodonald. John xower Hjimietii, Bow 

Arc h 1 bald nn d H mmley. 1BI»^. 

M u rra,y , vamik DiHirict isoe. 

B. ikA, Hun of Rev. H. F. Macdonald^ 
D.LK, Htrachur, ArgyUshire* Kd, Glaf^gow 
Hlich School and oiasgow and Ediribni'gh 
UmvB. M. 1S85, Alice Mary, dan. of 
Edward H, Noel. Member London 
School Board, 18{l7-190rJ; memhfir Kjcec. 
C'ommitbce National Liberal Fedorbition, 
1902^. Published workn — Articlen in 
NinHrrnth Cifdttri/, Conic mporurj/ Be- 
vitw, and Mind. Un«ucc(jwsfnlly con- 
LiiHted Tower Qamktri, Bow and Bromley 
flSBS) and Falkirk Distriot (MHi), 

16 Thurlow Road, Hanipstead, N.W. ; 
Brown'^i Copse, Hoyahott, Midburat^ 

MaokarnesB, F^^depJo u^rks., Newbtwr. 

f ^&J^^'J^^^^ o/Z/i/^i? TiiMmp ot Oxford and 
^othea. dau. of sir J, T. CoJorldge. Ed- 



Maxlborough and Keble CqIL» Oxford 
fM.A., nmh M. 1882, Amy, dau. of Rev. 
R. Chc'rm«ide. Called to the Bar, 1870: 
atlmitted Advocate of Cape Supreme 
Court, 18.^2; RevlHingBarrlHterfor lioudoii. 
KSa^lOOl ; Recorder of Newbury. IStHliWi : 
Professor of Roman -Dutch Law, Univ. of 
London, 190j-ti. 

21 Montpolier S<iiiare, S.W. Cluba— 
Reforin, trounty {Oxford), South Hurkis 
(Newbury). 

MoKenna, Reginald, MowMnOibiw, sr, 

B. 18fe. flon of William Columbnn 
McKenna and Emma, dau, of Chark*:^ 
Hanby. Ed. pri vat-el y abroad, Kiug2< 
ColL, Londoa^ and Trinity HalL Cam- 
bridj^o. Called to tbc Ear. 1S87 : j^'ave up 
practice on election t<i Parliament ; Finan 
cial See. to tho Treasury^ liKlo-7 ; Pro*. 
Board of Education, 1907, UuHUcces^fally 
contested C'lapham (18912). 

2 WTiit^ball Court, S.W. CluM- 
Brooke's, Reform. 

Mol-aran, Sir Gbarles t*5?3Jr3SI^ 
BQnJamlxi BrlgHt, Bt. ^^V^^JXlW 
B. 18o*J, son of Duncan McLaren^ M.P, 
for EdlnbuTKh, and PrJHcHIa, Hitter of 
John Bright. Ed. Edinburgh, Borm. antl 
Heidelberg Univa, |M.A, Edin., Int Vbw^ 
Hons., IHTO). M, 1877, I^ura, dau. of 
H. I), Pochiii. M.P, for BtafTord. Called to 
the Bar, UU, Q.C., 1897 ; joined Northern 
Circuit; occasionally cotitribut«d to proa»; 
Cbainuan Metrojpolitan Rjiilway Co.. 
Palmcr'B Shi pbn tidings Co., Ltd., John 
Brown & Co., LUi., and other litcol and 
coal Co«. ■ a landowner in N. Wales; Bt^. 
IfflK; J. P., DenbijfhRhire ; one of oriKinal 
foundcrH EiBhty Club. Unfiucce^srally 
oonte.Mted Stalford (IgyS). 

+;j Belg-rave Square, S. W, ; Bodnant, 
Denbighshire; HilderH, Uaslemere. Otubs 
— Reforai, Savile. National Llboral. Auto- 
mobile, Eighty. 



Htkfra., w.,ioot. 



HoLapen, Henry 
Duncan. 

B. 13T9, elde«tson of Sir Charles McLaren, 
Bt.j K.C. , M.P, Ed, Kton and lialliol CoU,, 
I Oxford IM.A,, 1905). Called to the Bar, 
IflOS; Director Palmer^s Shipbnilding Co., 
Pochin & Co., Manchester, and t *rof t Gra^ 
aite and Concrete Ca, Lcictjster; l^arL 
Priv. 8cc. to Mr. Lloyd-Geoiife, lUOB ; J.P., 
DenbitfhNliiiii. 

J 3 Belgrrave Square, S.W. Cfit6— Ro- 
fonu. 

* Maclflan, Donald. BhUi^ukml 

' B. ISfJl, Kon of John Maclean, TLr«e. 

Arwyllfihlre. and Monnt Hill, Carmarthen. 

Ed. privately. M. 1WQ7, Gwendolen Mar^ 

Kariut, dan. of Andrew Dcvitt, Crawley. 
I Admitted a soliclt-or, 1S87; praf'ti?;os in 
I London and Cardiifl Un«uocossfuUy eon* 
I t-estod Bath Hinmi 

46 UncoVtC* \nu VW\ji.v^, \V.C.\ 12 P^k 

Place, C&Ta.Vffl. V t ub«-BaX\i, l&xpj«2w %atiufe. 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



m 



McM iGk:Liitf, Mai or KirJ 

GilbertrG.H.O. iso*. 

I B. 1882, son of Gilbert McMkkiiijf, 

' 1>.L., MiltouL^o,WiRrtoiishlre, Ed,R,M.A.. 

Woolwioh. M, 1«J3, dan. of Xathaniel 

Gon*. Served in Royal Arlillury {18S^ 

I8SH> and Hon. Artillery Company (189ki- 

laiyiii comiuanded C.Lv. battery in S,A. 

War, 1900. 

Norwood Hill Houi^, Ciiarlwood, Surroy. 
tVi^ifrS— Reform, Naval and Military. 

Maonamara, ThoinaB i^_k..^_„ « ,om 
J»meS, lildpD, CMnberw»U,W..lWO. 

B. 1961, son of Sonrt, Macn^oara, of 
Itth (Lojal X. Lancasshirc) R«firt Ed. BU 
Thomtu* School, Kxeter, and Borough Rtl. 
Tminlng College for loacbcrs. Ml mm, 
Baobel, dau. of Angu^ Caiueiim, BriHtol, 
Pail. Sec, Local GovL Board. 1007 ; for- 
merly an olementary nchool teacher, 
Hoddersfleld and Bristol; member Lon- 
don School Board, 1894-1901; Pa^st Pres. 
National Union of Teachers; Fellow 
Institate of JoiimaKsts; hon. LL.D,, St. 
Andrews; hon. M,A, Oxford, Published 
works — many works on education and 
other social questions, UnHiiceeHH fully 
contested iH^ptford [imsi 

ClonUirf. RoUscourt Ascnue, Herno 
Hilh S, E. tV«6.**— National Liberal, Eighty. 

MaopHePson, Jafan 
Tboinas. Pwt*in.W8, 

B. 1872, son of HukU Macpherwon. Ed. 
Board School and RiLskiii CoU.» Oxforfl. 
M, 1897, Catherine Ann, dan. of R. IL 
MaoArthur, master marluer. Bet-aiue a 
itteel worker at twelve ; fireman at sua 
■" : , Organizing Sec. Brilisih Stool 
leltera' Trade Union since 1898. L.R.t\ 

Warwick Sti'cot, EttJleston Square, 
f 15 Ru8it^ll Road, Whallcy Range, 
letter. 

B, 1S56, won of Richard Maddi?*on, Horn- 
castle. Ed. Wfo^leyan Sehoo!, Hull. M, 
1877, Jane Ann Weatheilll, HulL foni^ 
potdtor; Chairman Hull HrHrn:':h of Typo- 
(rraphical AsKOciation ; Prcs. Trade I'lnmi 
rviMLrr'.^. HiiU, 1SS«; first l>fihuur mt^mber 
1 *r-alion. 1SS7 ; editor Ha if tray 

^ 97 : member Tottenham .School 
t. , ,. ..,'17; wa-4 olfei-cd powt Labour 
lit jti, uf lioitrd of Tnido, 1893. UnfiucceHs- 
fiiuv contested Hull, Central (1892 and 
and Sheffield, Brife^hh^ide UUOOJ, 
hour Member. 

12 AeriH Street. Wand-^worth, 9.W. 

ufi — National Liberal (hon. member^. 




Maddlaon, Fred. 



, full 



Malletp Charles fid ward, Fi>'iiiouib. UMt. 

B. 1B62, son of Charles Mallet and Louisa, 

daiL of Oeoi»e Vday. Ed, Harrow and 

dAu. of Sir Henry Roscoe, M^P., F.R,8 



C^llotl t^ the Bjir, 1889 ; Director Ni><bot Sc 
Co., puhliKhiirs: h^ld for .«ome years an 
Oxford Lceturefihip in History : J. P., 
Hant^. Published work -T^fcc Prrnch 
Ixrpo/ufion. CiiHucjeHsfuHy contented SaI- 
ford, W. UWOOK 

The Green. Wimtiledon Common, S.W.: 
Mil ford Corner. Lytimigttai, Hantr«. Club^— 
Athcnwum. 



Manfleldf Harry. Northraiii.. md., looe. 

B. 1856, son of Sir PMlip Slanfield. Ed. 
privately. Senior fiartncr Man field & Sohk. 
l>oot nianufaoturcr.s, NarthampLon ; J.P. 
and Aldeirman CC,. \ortbu.nt>?. 

Moulton Grange, Nortluinipton. Clubf^^ 
—Bath, National Liberal, Eighty. 

Kendall. ^^'^' fJp^Ming, isoa 

B. 1S03, .*wm of Cornelius and Hamyr 
Ma nri field, Stratford, Ejbmjx. E<1, London 
and Portfimouth. M. IBSfii, Mary Aime, 
dau. of Rev. W. Roso, Retford, Notts. 
A njaruifac^turer of clay goodie ; Primitive 
Methodist lay preacher, a lifelong ab- 
stainer, and Sunday-whool teacher for 
twenty-flve years ; J, P., Dorbyj*hire. 

National Ubernl Club, Whitehall Place, 
S.W; Church GroRley. Burton-on-Tj'enr ; 
Broom Leyn, Coalville, near Leicettter. 
tV«6— National Liberal. 



B. ISfiS. son of Charles Markhani. J.P.. 
Taptoii Hall, Cliestortlekl, and grandnoM 
of Sir JfliM^ph Paxton. Ed. Rugby. M. 
18t)8. Lucy, dau. of Capt. A. B. CunnSng- 
ham, late E.A. Director Tredegar Cottl 
and Iron Co., Hicklcton Main Colliery Co., 
LfciL, and other Colliery Co8, ; ( liairmaa 
Wagon Finance Corporation, Ltd. ; for- 
merly Capt. 3rd Bberwoml KorOHtern; 
J.P.» Leicestei'Hhii'e and Derbyshire, 

i8 Porthfcnd I'lace, W. ; StuUyuwood 
Hail, Mansfield, C/Kd— Reform. 



Cflmwall, Lauiiceston. iDtMi. 



r 



MarRBf George 
Croydon. 

B. mis. son of William Marks. Elthaiii. 
Ed. Ro3"itl Arnenal School, Woolwich, and 
King^s ColL, Loudon, M. 1881, Margai'eL 
dau. of T. J. Maynai-d, Bath. PaSHod 
through HhopK and drawing otllce, Wool- 
wich Arsenal ; eiigiiged aa ouginoer in 
Birniinghani and Dublin ; couHulting engi- 
neer to H.R,H. Duke of Edinburgh aw 
Duke of Saxe-t*obui'g-Golha ; received 
Knighthood of S^xxe-Cobui-g-Ootha: at 
preseub consulting engineer and patents , 
expert, pmctiwing I u London. Biiminghain, I 
and Manchester; J. P., Abory^t with. Pub 1 
lishodwnrk)i--HydraHHc Machinery ; Hy- 
draidic Power Knginet'rmij ; bit^ani Power j 
QcneratQT» ,- Britink aiul Foreign Patent 1 
/AuriT ad Practice, 

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Mapntaam, Francla „ „, ^ ,_, 

JohEl< Surrey, OhnitiKij-, IflCWU 

H. 18.T3, Hon of John Mamham. Eil. 
pri\'at« schtKil>s. M. ISSl. Gcitrudc, diiii. 
of R Drury Lown. Kctired member of 
thD Slork KxcliantCL'- 

Crouch Uak. AdiilaHt«ne, Surrey. Club 
— Natiuottl Liberal. 

Mason, Alfred Edward ,^, 

DIToodley* cav«iun,n».i, 

B. \m% mm of W. W. Mawon. Dnlwicb. 
Ed. Dulwlcli Coll. and Trinity Coll,, Ox- 
fonlrB.A.K iVovclL-^t. PubliHhod work*?— 
t'ltttrliihlp of Maurice Buckler' The 
Ph Uti n dcrci*it : Im irrence Via rcringf 
Par>ion Kelly (with Andrew l^itif^): Mt- 
randa of the Balcony,* Vlementitia ; The 
Four FcatherH: The Triumls: Runnimf 
Water; The Brakiti Road, 

17 Stratton Street, W. CYii&w— Garrick, 
Kojal Highland Yacht 

Masmie» Johii. wuia., Oricktade. laoe. 

B. Igl2. Kcai of Rev. Robert MaH^ie. 
Xi'wUm-lc-Willows. ¥aL Atherstone Gram. 
School and Ht. Johnn Coll., Cambridge 
(Scholar; B.A.. (lartjikul Triposi. ISSfi: 
M.A., li870; incorporated Corpii:^ Christi 
CoD., Oxfoi-d, imiK M. l^s:(^, Kdith Mary, 
dau. of Alexander OicOvie. Professor of 
ClaAsit'j^ and New Te?^tnment PlIxeareHiK. 
BprinK Hill Theological Coll., Birmingham, 
l«8»a6; Yates Profcs^sor of Nkw Tcnta- 
iiient ExegesiHi, Manstield Coll., Oxford. 
ISeO-lflOa (retired I; AsHintant Commis- 
slotier to Rn^al CoioQitsHion on l^ec- 
ondary EducAtion, 18!M ; I'biiiniuin Exuc. 
of Xabloaal Ediieaiion Ari«oc. : Chairman 
Congregationial Union Committoc on Edu- 
ealiont Chttiromn Prot4?fitatit Dltwanting 
Bepntleft; member Exec. Committee or 
National Libeml Fedemtlon, 189t-lflOB 
<TreftK., 1910 fif; meriibtr Council and Edu- 
cation Boai-d of ManwfleM Coll., Oxford; 
Hon D.D.. Yale Univ.. VMl. Poblishtjd 
works .article!* in Ha^tin^H' IHcttonitrjf of 
tli4' Bible, ChejiuVH fCncifelopivdkt Bdflua, 
and other theological publu^ttioniri ; 
CoTiimentari/ on / nttd TL Carinthiatm 
in Veniiiry Hihh\ IVktlx articles in variouHi 
review!^ and niaifazinen on tHhicJition and 
other snbjectH; panipblets on The Pro- 
;fiOsed L^ninrKiti/ fur Poman Voiholicj^ 
in Irtlatid, ChricitltHtn. ujul Pritiutrtf 
i^^l neat ton, fcc- 

Keforni ( lub. Pall Mall, S.W. ; 101 Bun- 
bury Road, Oxfoi-d* Cluba — Reform, 
Xfttional LiUeraL 



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&d Literary Editor Daily News; Soc. 
< !blldrt?n'*s Country Holiday Kutid, Londoo, 
1900-3; Guardian of the Poor, CaraberweU, 
190J-4, PubliKhed workH-7>nn^»Ort a^ 
a Religioim Leader: The Heart of the 
Empire: Prom tkr Abyss; In Peril of 
Chfuiife. ITnsuccertsfxilly cont-erttcirt Cam- 
ber u el t, DiilwiL'h (ll«j::sK 

10 Addington 8nuare, Cainberwell, S,K. 
CV 1*5— National Lioeral- 



Meniles, Walter. L^narkAhirt^ 8. uon, 

B. ISati, ^on of Jame:^ Mcnziert, Rnthdr- 
glen. Ed. Glfkigow Hig^b School M, Ifi86» 
Margiiret Henrietta, dau. of Captain 
Joaeph Baker. LiveriKsol. EnKn.^o<l ill 
Phijenix Tube Work«t Oiasijow^ which his 
father founded and of whl«b h« became 
head, from 1871 to l«y« when ho rotJi*ed, 
UnKiHMiertiifully contested Glasgow, Cen- 
tral m\m and Lanarki^hire, S. (IWIO). 

3rt Gordon Square, W.C.: Culcrouch, 
FinUy, Stirlingshire. Clubs — Keform, 
Liberal (Glangowl, 



W««t Hun. N.. IDOd. 



MamtermaHf Charles 
FredeHcH Gyrney. 
B. LK73, Koii of T. \V. Masterman, Rother- 
lleld Hall, Sukkcx. Kd. Weymouth and 
Christ':^ Coll. t 'am brid fife. M.A. ; Irit Clas8 
Naturai St^iencen Triprw, 1^^ l«t Class 
Morjvl Sciences TriiMJs. 189B: PreK. Union, 
/.W// FgUow Chii^V^K ColL, WA. Joiir- 
nnlist, author, nnd University Exten^^ton 
Aw^wiw. Wtiten for MUion, Aiherumum, 



HertK..W«tford,UO«. 



Ml^Hlem, Nathan leti 
K.C* 

B. Ifti'a, son of Thomaj* Mlcklem. J, P.* 
Hoilde.-don. Ed. Mill Hill School and New 
Coll, Oxford (Pres. Union, M,A„ BJ-.L., 
Oxfortl; B.A., LT^B., London; Fellow, 
1 7 n i vei-si ty CoH. , Lo nd on I M . 1885. Ellen* 
tlau. of Thomafl T, Curwen, Hamp^tcad. 
(billed to the Bar, 1881 : QX\, IWO: B<5n«her 
(LincohiH InnK 190tt; J.P., Middloeex and 
Herts. 

<i NewCourtt Lincoln's Inn, W,C- : North- 
ridge, Box moor, Hort*i* CV«fe— National 
Libci'aL 

Holtenfi, Percy Alp*rt. r»nmfri«i.hin., 

B, 1861. HOn of Sir John Charkn ^1 - 
first Premier of Cape Colony. Ed 
of Cape of Gofid Hope and Trinil . 
f Cambridge (M.A., Math, THpos, 1SH4; 
LL.M., Law Tripos, 18851 M. 188», Kliia- 
betli Martin, dau. of Sir Donald Ciirrie. 
Called t« the Bar. 1880; pai-tner Uoiudd 
Currie & Co.. Shipowners. Publif^hod 
works — ^4 Pederat Sonth Africa; IJft 
ami Tlme^o/SirJ, C. Moltrno. 

iU Piilaee Court, W- ; Pai^klands, Shere, 
Guildford. C/wVjk— Kefurnu National Lib- 
eral Eiifhty. Now Hefonn, Royal So- 
cieties, City of London. 



Hondt Alfred Morltz. duskier, imm. 

B. 1.H88, son of Dr. LudwiR Mond, F,RS., 
and Friederike Mond. Ed. Cbelt'enhani 
Colt* St. John's Coll, Caiubridgfi, and 
Ediu burgh University. M. IhtU, Malwl 
l^lorence Violet, dau. of Jauies Ht-nrv 
Goetze. Called to the Bar. imi, but <ioep. 
not practise : M imaging Director Brunner. 
Mond &. Co., Ltd. ; Director Mond, Nickel 
Co., Ltd,, Power Gas Cornomtion^ Ltd., 
and South StAtTordrthiro Mond Gas Co. 
P\!ib^^u&4 ViQxkr-article on Alkali In^ 



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' in BHthh JmiuMinen wiwf^rr Prre 
UnsuccoHHfiilly cont*«^Ht4?d Stilforrl, 

35 Lownd*sa Square, S.W. ; WinDinjfton 
HalU Nortliwich. Cltth» — Refomi, Na- 
on&l LlboraU ICisbty. 



li. 1870. son of Joseph Cliiossswi, enffineor, 
Gcnc»;», iu\d Faiwnia, dan. of EdAvnrd All- 
wright. LovviKhaiii. likL. OxfoM Hoii^c 
Sehoo], (jreenwich. and privately. M. 
ISifi. Gwendoline, dan. of Georure Kltiott 
St<-*ven>oTi* .fountaiiHt iiiid aiiMior. Fub- 
lii^heil woriiM-Brituth Trudc aixd Uw 
ZoUoerein lannu; Elenheniti of the Pismii 
J*robf^m ; Richex and Povtrti/. 

S Alexandi-w Court, Maida Vale, W. 
dtibit- National Uberal, KigJity, 



Vontagu^ Hon. Edwin ca;»^ruU;MhiT«, 

S£l.VnUClI* ClKHtertan, IJWS. 

B, 1879, son of Loitl SwaythUnK <foiTtiedy 
M,^. for ^^^liUcha|>l}lK Ed. (.lift on and 
Trinity CoIL, Cnnitiridj^e (Pref4. Union). 
Partner Samuel Jlnntajfu & Co., bankers; 
FarL Priv. rtec. to Mr. Awqiiith, l<m. 
Publii^hed work— Ciimtiia atut the Emtnre 
(with Lord L\icai^Ii. 

12 Kenr^ingtiiu PaUice Gaiileiiw, W. ; 59 
Bridge Street Cambridge. Cifitiw— New 
Oxford and Caiabridge, National Liberal, 
Eighty, Pitt (CaiDbnaKol, Britl^ih Orni- 
thoiogiiit^' UnfOD. 






Montgomery, Henry 
OreviUe* 

B. IS63, won of Hugh and EliZi* Mont- 

raery. Ed- pnvat^ty. MJlsUFlorenee 
IflaOK dftu. of C, M. Shepherd; and t-ind) 
Kmily, dau. of I). Lewis. Ne\vt*|)aper 
proprietor, fonndei- Hrittjih Clayirorier, 
18S>2: foundi^r Institute of Clayworkui's; 
cxrgTinizer Building Tniden and Miuing^ 
Exhibitionrt. Olyinjiia ; formerly Priv, See. 
to W. S. Caine. M.i\, 1/ord YarborouKh, 
and Dowag^er P'Uehe.-iK of MonLroi*©; des- 
cendant <»f Jaino-* Jtonttfomen't the jioet. 

2 Edinburgh MannieuH, S.W.- Thorn- 
^con CottAge, Henlade, neat" Taunton ; 
B«veton Lrfxli?e, Xorth Walshara, Norfolk. 
Cluba — National LiberaL Havage, Now 
Vagabond. 

Morgan, Qeorge Hay* jeoo. 

B. IBfW. rton of Walter Morgan, f aimer, 
Brec •■ I n . h]d Uni ver«i t v Coll n. , Cai-d id* a nd 
London {UHe., London). M. imL Mar 
K&rct. dau. of Henry I^ewi^i, J.P,, Font- 
nowynvdfl, Mon. Called to tiie Bar. ISJW; 
former! v Ha pt ist M i niHter. Unfiueee?*fif ully 
OOntcstetl I\I n Id Iti sex. Tottenham (iy<«H. 

fi6 Wei^tmiiiHter Mansitanw, Grejit Smith 
Street, S.W. C£uA— Roforni. 



Morgan, John Lloyd. «''^;rtb«wWrt, w.. 

B. ISfil, mn of Rev. W. Mor^An. Pro- 
fei<«OF Presbyterian ColK. Carina irth en, 
Kd. Tet ten hall CrdL, Starts., Owtns ColL, 
Manehe^^ter. and Trinity Hall, Canitiridgo 
(B.A., IS83L Callerl to the Bar, lim ; mem- 
ber South Wale^^ Circuit, 

10& Pall Mall, B.W.; 4 Hareourt Build- 
ings. Temple, E*<\ ; ICiog Street, Car- 
itiarthen. Offji^^N — Reform, Oxfonl aiid 
Carnbridtfe. 

Morley, Rt< Hon^ NewcMUs-an^Tjrmi, 

John, 0,M., r*R.S«, i«»^». ^^^^^^ 

D,CX., LL.b. M^a^UMti, 

B. 1838, turn of J, Morh;y, HiirKeon, Black- 
burn. Ed. Cheltenham ColL and Lincoln 
ColL. Oxford jM,A., 1873; hon. Kellow 
All Souls' t^olL, iy03). Called tx> the l^ir. 
1873. but never praetised : Bencher iLin- 
coin's TnnK hSiW; Chief See. for Irelanil. 
1886 and 18SJ2-5; See. for India, I9rj5; hou. 
D,C,L., Oxford ; lion. LL.n., CambridKc. 
St. Andi*e\v-i^, and Olanj^ow; Member 
Order of Merit. hOi ; a Trustee British 
Muaeuni. Publistied works Li/f of Cob- 
rf^/j .■ Kffmitttd Burke: Vottarrt' : OHter 
CVorarff // ,• Life of UimfHlmu^ and man)' 
others : formerly editor Fortnight! y Re 
FW'?f, MnrmUlaiCn Magazine, and Patt 
Maft Gazette. Unsuceeaafully contested 
Blaekburn (18691. WeHtmlnt*t«r (1880h and 
Keweastle-oU'Tyno (1895). 

Flowennoad, Wimbledon Park. Chtb^ 
At.hen«fuin. 

Morrall, PhlUp, *^S;S5%«. 

I B. 1J^7U. Mon of Frederic MoiTell, Solicitor 

I to Univerhsity of Oxford. Ed. Eton and 

I B^illiol Coll., Oxford jM,A.. 1894). M, ItMW, 

Lady Ottoline Cavendi.Hh-Bentim;k. i^bnter 

of imke of Portifuid. Aduiitt«d a solicitor, 

I am. 

44 Bedford Sci\mre. W,C. ; Feppard Cot- 
taffo. Hen ley-en -Thames. Ct itbM — National 
Liberal, Savile, Cobden, Eighty. 



Moratt, I*evl liapper. wiuh., vvjiioii^unu. 

B. 1853, son of Charles Morse, Stratton, 
Swindon M. Swindon High SehooL M. 
1875, Winifred, dau. of Is^me Hiiuiphrios, 
Brood Hinton, ForuK>rly memlnsr Swin- 
don Town t_!ouncil {Mayor, UUri) ; member 
I Wilts. C.C, since 1S89 ; ^S.P., WiltH, 

The C'roft^ Swindon, Cjrt*6» — Reform, 
National Liberal. 



SutherUiiuUhiM. lOOti 



Morton, Alpheua 
Cl«ophas, 

B. ISiO. sou of Francis Morton. Ed, pri- 

j vat^^lv in Canada. Ai-ehitoet and surveyor; 

' iiiernWr institute and Guildri of the City ; 

member Corporation of City of Londoi^ 

mn*^ol882; member Thames Connor van ey. 



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Chriutchurcb (I880h Peterborough (IflBS)* 
iind Rath iWm. 

17 (Ifiuden RoM. Claphamp H.W. ; 121 
UbanctiO" ]Ain^, KX\ UluftH — StitlonB^X 
Liberal Bcottish Liberal (Kdinborgh). 

Murrasr, Jaihq** Aberdwmifain, 1&.. kkw (By). 

B. I&tO, Hon of WDMam Murray, Mas- 
irlc'k, Aberdeenshire, und Mary, tlau, of 
John St-enhon, Aberdeen. Ed. Woodsido 
Publicj School, GymnaHinm. Old Al»«rdeeit. 
and Aberdtten Univ. M. (Is^tji IH74, Martha 
dau. of WUUaTn Bent-on, Alford» and {2iid) 
IH7fl» ( 'harloLte, dau. of i^barlan Keith, 
NewcttHtlO'Oii-Tj'ne. Hido and tnliovv 
iiierLihant; TruHt4ie, NatiomiJ Gallcriei^ of 
rtt'Oiland. imi; JJ\ and D.K, Aberdeen. 

Queen Anrio'K ManrfiouH, a.W. ; Glon- 
burnio l*ark, Abordcon. CVF<b«— Huform, 
Artw. 

Myer, Horatio* L«ai»Lb, N.ivon. 

B. ISdfJ, Hon of Albert A. Myer* Hereford, 
Bd. privately. M. 1877. Ksther, dau. of 
Henry Joneph. Kn staged in woi>l trade, 
1869-7.1. and m whip plug irori trade, 1876-81; 
b'on founder, &c,. IHTt^^UKKl iretired. 1903) ; 
mtnnber Loudon V.C, 1889; J.P„ London 
Co. l*ubbt*bod work— pamphlet on Tax- 
ation of fMiuUonia. 

m Maida Vale, \\\ fVitfe — National 
LtberaL. 



K«nt, FfrTenlia.mp 130(3, 



lffa|»ier, Thomas 
Bat^maDf LiL.D. 

B, IUTA, Hon of Richard (^lay Napier and 
.^arah. dau. of Tbonian Batcnian. a founder 
of the i'orn Law Loii^ne in J^jmeafihii^, 
Fki. RiiKby and I^ndoii IJniv. M. 1883, 
Klorenee KniUy, dau. of Audi-ew T, 
Itobt^rtH, UpndnsUir. Called to the Bar, 
1883 ; Fellow and formerly meuib<'r Wen ate 
Ijondoii Univ. ; inouibor London C.C ia&3- 
t9(l> (Chairman FaiUamonttiry Curumit- 
teeh Ji'-. MiddlcHox. I'nbllKlieil works— 
J CoHfisr Prm::tivt' of the Suprcittc Court 
of JuKtm : A Gniffi to thr Mar. Unsuc- 
eewrtfully cont-estixl Ubngtoii, N. (18113), 

7 New Square, Lincoln'^ Inn, W.C. ; 3.5 
Hondou J>ane, FiTicbloy, X. C/itb«— Re- 
form, KiKhty. 



NoUfl., BMwOaw, 19(W. 



Newnes, Frank 
Hillyapd. 

11 187(5, eldoHt j^oii of Sir George Newiie>i, 
ML. MVP. Ed. privatchand Clare Coll., 
Cmubridpro (H.A., 181)7; M.A.. \\m). IHree- 
bu' Gucirjtje XewneH, Ltd.; {:nllcd to the 
Har, l!Ki» ; Pari. Priv. Scve. to Mr. I'Mmund 
RobertHon, lOOfi. 

'Ai Carlton Houho Ter., 8.W,; Wilderoft. 
Putney Heath, ^.W.i Lynion R.S.O,, 
Devon. CVi/b*— I>evon«hire* Eig^hty, 



Newafti^ air 0«ortf«, 



„J51 lS.fl, 



Ctiuib)!., Newtuarkel. 

Sw-snMtt Town, 1^00. 
min oi Hov, T, Mold Nownea, 
^d oi the dftu. of Daniel 



Urquhart^ Dundee, Eld. Silooate:^ Hall, 
Wakefleld ; Shireland HalL WMr wick^hire; 
and City of London Scboot M. 1S75, Pris- 
dUa» dau, of Rev, J. Hillyai-d. Leicc^t^r. 
Founder Gooxige Nownes, Ltd, ; proprietor 
IVeAtmimtterQujseUe: Bt., 18tk>; J.R.Dev- 
on«hire. Unsucoe«8fiillyeonte«todCaml3i^ 
Newmarket US9d). 

M CsLTlton Hour*e Tor,. .S,W.; Wilderoft, 
Putney Huath, S.W.; Hollerday» Lyuton, 
N. DcvoiL C'/utw— Devouahire, Xatioual 
LlberaL 



B. lef^tl. Ed. private nthooL M. 1888. 
Began to work on farui when ei^fht, farm 
labourer till nineteen ; Hince then navvy, 
gardener, Htone pit worker, and Congrega- 
tional lay paAtor ; delegate to Agriciiltural 
Labourers Conferencej^ 1892 and 1893* 
labour Member. 

Kimberloy Lodge, 163 Lincoln Road* 
1 Peterborough. 






NlcholBon, Chaplea 
H or Ft 6. 

B. 1857, son of Willi am Norris NichobOD, 
formerly Sec, to Lord Truro and Lord 
Ciunworth when Chancellors^, and later n 
Master in Lunacy, and Kmily, dan. of J. 
B, l>nniel, Ranisgat«. Ed. Chartorhoui^ 
and Trinity Coll., Canibridgem. A., LL.B.1, 
M. 18K2, Amy lyotitia, dan. of Ueorjre 
Crortheld, VSTardngton, Called to the Jim, 
187S> but does not practise ; for sotnr 
in L u uacy Offioo ; e ngagcd in P^ 
work In Sboreditch for alKiut li : l^ 
foniiorly Chairman Shoroditeli Boiitii 
Guardian K. 

3/> Harrington Gardens, S.W, C/tdMi 
Oxford and Cambridge, Alpine, Prin< 
QuceuH, lianelagh. 



Horman, 



Sir 



Wolvcrhunittati. &,« 1 



B. iSTiS, Kon of Henry and Sjirali ICdtiA 
Norn urn. Ed. privately in Fninee. anA; 
Harvai'd (B*A.) and Leipzig Univa 
Mi7^ Florence Pi'i»*cLlla, oau. of 
tiharlea H. B, McL*vren, Bt. M,P. F< 
mcrly on editorial statf PaU Ma it (htzi 
and Dnilu Chronicle (a^si^t^iot oiijt 
189i>-9| ; ha^ travelled extonj^ively in I'uit 
States*, C'anada, RusHia, Central Asiii. ;md 
the Near and the Far East; niemtn.rr 
CouncilH Society of Authorn and British 
Eniptre Leiigue; Vlt^e^Pres, Royal Auto- 
mobile Club : Commander Order of the Sav- 
iour; Guardian of Sfandanl of Wnnitfhl 
Plate, Birmingham; IvU, 11106. Put 
workH— TVif' Ileal Japan: The r 
and Poniicfi of ihr Kar JCajtt; .t 
ihtifHiait : Motorn and Men, Sec 

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Son of Rev. W. Norton, rector of 
Balting-lafsg, Ireland, and t'awlliie, dan, 
of G. Kidiikk, Triton Lod^e. co. Louth. 
Kd. abroad; Trinity Coll., DubUii; H.M.U,, 
Sandhurst; and Staff Coll. (Donblc Prize- 
man T.C.D. and R.M.C.). M. Pst) 1880, 
Cecilia <d. ISaSK dan. of J, Kennedy ; and 
(2iul( M«. Mai*&ueTitc, dan. of Sir C. P. 
HuntinM^ton, Bt. (formerly M*P. for Dai- 
wenlf. .Served with 5tn I Royal Iriwh) 
Lancers in India; Captain, 1876; BriRade- 
Major of Cavalry, AJderahot, 1881-2; a 
Junior Lord of Treaetiry, 1905. UnBUcc^sK- 
fully contOHitcd Great \annonth aSSa and 
18Sfi). 

22 BarkHtone Garrit'n«, S.W. Clubfi— 
Refomu National Liberal^ Eighty, Cobden, 
Hiirlingham. 

WUlillB* PontrfrMt,IflBB. 

B. 1868, Hon of Thonitu^ Nnssey* Braniley 
Gifinge, lliorrier, I^edfl. Ed. Leamington 
School and Trinity Hfill, Cambrldg^e, M. 
1897, Edith. <lan. of Mr^. Daniel, Saxefiold, 
Scarborongh. Called to the Bar, 18B3; 
J.P. and D.L., Yorks,. North Riding'. Un- 
snocessfuDy contcst-odi Maidstone (18t*3K 

llie Rrisbivnod, Tanfiuld, Bedale, York:,. 
Ct ubH— Brooks'H, Eighty, 

lluttall, Harry. L(uie&,Btreiiord^iw}f3, 

B. 1849, KOti of Joseph Nnttall, merchant, 

ManchesLer. Kd, privat-ely and Owon8 

Coll., Maijcheater. M. 1886, Edith Mary, 

" in. of \\^ilMam Siulth, J. P.. Boltoivlo- 

oors. Import and export merchant" at 

anchetiter ; Pre*. Miinehof^ter Chamber 

of Comnierce, IflOa; member Exec, Com- 
mittee National Liberal Federation, 1905-6 ; 
J,R, Manche-ster and Cho.s.hlre. Un- 
riuoceti^ifully eontejsted Lancfl,, Stretford 
( lUOO). 
I RajTior Croft, Bowdon, ChOHhiiHi. Clitba 
—Reform, National Liberal. 

0*Donn6ll, ClhaTles Newixigton.WalwDrtli, 

Jaznev. i»». 

B. 1850, Ron of Captiiin Bernard OT>on- 
nell, late North nmherland Fusiliers, 
Carndonagh, Donegal. Ed. Queen'st Univ*. 
I Ireland (M.A., 1872). M, 1882, Constance 
I LADgrworthy, niece of E. R, Langworthy, 
formerly M.P. for Stilford. Served in 
Indian Civil Service. 1S72-1900. Pnh- 
, U^ht^d works — ^ iStatistical Account of 
^^I/istHdH ill Bt*ngat * the Black PaTtiphlet ; 
^HlTif Ruin of an Indian Province ; The 
^^^ailvre of Lord CnrzotL 
^■^75 QucenV Gat^\ S.W. ; Great Copse 
^^^Hoiisc. Kvcrsley, Hant^^. Clubs — East 
^^Riidia Cnlted Service, National Liberal, 
^1 New Reform, R^vnelagh. 

O'OFady, JameB. LMdi^E^moe. 

B. 1806, !^on of Johji and Margaret 

Qradj, /?rf. h'L Marv's R.C, SV-hool, 

sta/. M. 1877, Louiiifi Jamt?M. Furniture 

:er: General Org^iinizev Anuilg&mBted 






Fnmifihing' Trades AKHociation ; member 
and Sec. Shipbuilding Trade** Federation ; 
l*re8. Trad en Union Congreiis, IWrli for- 
merly member Bristol Town CounciL 
L.F.a Member. 
a5 Kyrle Kimd, Ulapham Common, S. W, 

Parker, James* Hoiif&x. igoc. 

B. 1863, son of iin iigrknlttiral labourer, 
Ed. elementary sehoolK. M. 1887, Clai 
Ormu, Halifax. Haa earned his eivn livi 
lihood since 12 years of age as* erran< 
boy, iron -worker, groom, coachmai 
barman, trench-digger, and {for 10 ye-araji 
employ^ in firm of eloctriwi,! engineers | 
formerly mendn'r Halifax Town Conncil:^ 
Pre?i. Halifax Trades (kJUncil. UnMicce«s^ 
fully contcj^ted Halifax {Umi L.H,G, 
Member. 

22Sali.sbnry Place. Halifax. 

Partlniton, Oswald. ^^^'^^^ 

I B. 1872. son of Kdwanl Partirvgtf^n, J, P., 
Easton, Glossop, and West wood Park^ 
I Droitwich. Ed. Hossjill School. M. l«o£ 
1 Ron. Clara Isabel Mnrray, danghter of 
10th Ijord EUbank. Formerly Capt. +th 
Vol Batt. Cheshire Regt.; J. P., Derby- 
«hire, 

18Cadegan Sqnare, S.W, ; Easton. Glos*- 
,sop. Cfwft.'j- Brooks's, Bachelors', Refonu» 

Paul, Herbert EdinUnr«h. s„ leea-A. 

WoQdfl«ldt NorthinnrtDn . laod. 

B, 1853, son of Rev. Canon Paul, Fined on. 
Northants. Ed- Eton and Corpus Cliri.sti 
ColL, Oxford (Prca. Union; B.AJ. M. 
1883. Elinor, dan. of WillLain RIk hie. 
Member of Council in India. Called to the 
Bar, 1878, Published vifovkH—HiStortf of 
Modern England : Afi'n and Lett em ; 
Life^ of W. E, Qladsfone ; Matthm^ Ar- 
nold ; Life of Fronds. Unsnccesiifiilly 
oonteBted Edinburgh, S. (l^Q). 

13 Tite Street, Chekea, aW.; Oheiry 
Orchard, Forest Row, Sussex. Clubs— 
Reform, Sesame. 



Durliani, Bishop Auck- 



Paiilton, JaneiGB 
Hallor* 

B. 1857, mn of A. W. Paulton. Holbon, 
and Martha, dan. of James Mellor, 
TiveriKiol. Ed. privatelj', Internutlotial 
Coll., and Trinity Hall, Cambridge jB.A.. 
History Tripos, 183UK Travelled in Egypt, 
1883 " war correspandent Soudan Cam- 
paign, 1884 ; went voyage round world to 
Australia, New Zealand. &c., 1890-1 ; 
\dsii ted South A f riea {Rhodesia, Tranevaal, 
Natal, and Cape Colon yK 18^.^7-8; Priv. Sec, 
to Mr. James Bryce, M.F*., 1881-2; Piiv. 
F'arL Sec. to Mr, C'hildors when Home 
See., 1886; I*riv, Pari. Sec. t^ Mr. A^nith 
when Home Sec,, 18SG-5 ; Hon. Sec. Liberal i 
League since 1902. Publisbed works — 
journalistic awd swi\tA»«, fSA^i*, ^.-ixs^- 
paigiiiiig vLwd travoV ta%Vc\tLi*, \ 

I 2 Delahay %\x^\>y ^ fc*Xm\vA\*s^ , ^:^ -% 



LIBEMAI. ITBAR BOOK, lOQB, 




THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



K* IM\K Hon of JoHcsph Ponree, IpHWich. 
Kil. priviit^ilv anil Ijjswicii Gram. Sehcxil. 
M. imt, Elizabeth Deane. Streath^iii Mill, 
Adiinfttd a Holitit^Krj 1835; flrru Bivylis, 
.V Co., I^ondon i Solkit^r City 
Fonndiilkiu I Clerk Crii*plo|fate 
it^w: Wiird and Voistry Oerk 
i 1 iiiplcjs'itt^^ Witliotit. IJiiHUCtewH fully con- 
test StatfK.. Ltiek 085*5 and 190(1). 

Be^chcraft, EanL Heath Road, Haiup- 
«fceiwL N,W, C^ii^tf-Nationul Liberal, 
City Liberal. 

PeaFce, William. ''TdS«£^&e. 

ri. ISiTia, Hon of William Pearoe. Poplar. 
Kd. Hoyal ColL flf Cheniistrv and School 
of M Inert. M. 1S8H, Ethel Alexandm 
NcjajtRt, Chief partiior W. Pcarco & iftfjiiH, 
t:hi!inluiliimiMifiii'tureivJjimtiliousie;niiim- 
Xmr London C.V.. I«tt2-1901 ; J.P*, London. 
1 JnKHwc>wfully wnituHttnl Tower Hariilctj^, 

LiuiohouHo nm^. 

11 Tark Cre>*ronU VV* ; 4 CjikUc Road, 
IleaL C/ii^— Roforrn. 



Pearfton, Sir Weetman _ , , , ,,^ 
Dlokindoa. Bt. CoJ.he.tor. 1 pec. 

H. IK'idi, KOTi ot tloorgu PearHon, Briek- 
t'ndonbiiry, Jltrtftud, and h'aiiih, dau. 
of Wuistiiuin iJirkhiHon, High Hoylaixd, 
Yorkrt. KtL piivately. M. 1881, Annk% 
dam. nf Sir John CasH, Rnwrlford, York**. 
His firm, ,S. Pearson & Hon, Lid,, coiitraet- 
orn, WtiHliniiiMl-er, cionjilract'Cd ihti Black- 
wall Tunnel, und are now construeting 
the Arlinlnilty Hai-bour at Dover, the 
RiihaoiiiiO'iiH tnnnclt^ betwoon New York 
anil ilronklyn, and many other imporLrtnt 
%vorkH abroad ; they iJO^weKB lar^ and 
variwl InterejslH In Mexiun. andatj partners 
of tho Mexl{'4in (lov^eriiinent control the 
T<jhnii.nU)i>et! Railway and Ports, which 
Mhare with the Panama RnUiWuy the 
Anic;rh-an Tninwontinontal traffic; Bt., 
lain, UnNU<:fe!H.Hfnnv contcst-ort Coichei*- 

IH CarUop Hon mo Terranc. W. ; Paddock- 
hui'Ht, W or til, Hiissox. Ci-ub- Reform. 

I Pearson. Wee tman «,,-^iv w^ loivtm.i 
Harold MlltaF. «'^''<'^' «^' "** ^^^D* 

H, iBȣ, eldcHt son of Sir We^Jtinan Pear- 
son, Jlart,, M.P- Ed. Rugby and ChriHt 
Chureh, Oxford, M. 19fX>, Beryl Spencer 
ChurehilU dftu. of Ijord and Lady Edward 
Cburehilll. Unnuticofisfidly eont«*<ted Rut- 
land jltflfi). 
I i\ Richmontl Termcc, Whitehall, S.W. 1 
I Piwidoekhui-wt, Worth, Siihhcx* Vhtb — 
Bacheiorrt', 







NcirtliurnlHcrlitncl, Tynndile, 
Smox, a&SriMi Waitltu. Um. 

UimKjitm of Sir Joseph Ptni.se, lit., 
^ Hnd Mnvy, dnu. of Alfv&l Fox, 



1 

and 



FftlmoutlL Ed. Tottenham School 
Trtnity ColL, Cambridge (BvA., 1881 : MA.. 
1S84L M. 1SS6, Ethel, dau. of M/. v 
Sir Henry HavelockAllan, Bt., Ml 
Momlxjr Gmnbro' School Board, 
member Harlington Corporation. n^_-Hi 
(Mayor, lS«J-»0); member Biirhara CO.. | 
188&-lttM; Priv. Pari. See. (unpiiid) to Mr, ' 
John Morley when Chief 8©e. for Ii ' ' 
lS02wj; a Junfor Lord of Treasiu 
J. P., Utirham and Yorks,, North K 
D.L., Durham f30. Pablishod worKs — 
leatlei^ on slavery and various poliUottl 
pamphlets. UnsnocesHfully contestQ&ii 
North imiberkvnd, T^'ncslde llflOOK 

8 Hertford Street, W. ; HcadlAm 
Gainford. C7iib.f— Brook>^'s, Turf, M.C.B 




PerkB, Robert _, . *^ ,«« 

WlHlam, ^'*^' ^"*^' ^ 

B. 1819. son of Rev. G. T. Perks. Pr«s. 
Wenieyan t^onferenoe. Ed. New Kingn- 
woocl School, Bath, and King'if? Coll., Lon- 
d on, M . 1878 , Ed i th , da 11, of W . M c w burtu 
Wykliam Park, Banbury, Practitied a^ 
a Holicilor in partnershin with Sir H. H. 
Fowicr, lare-lfiOO; associated with T. A. 
Walker in construction of B*irry Porks 
and Railways, Pre>iton Docks, ! 
Ayreti Harbour worksn, and Mark 
Snip Canal : THrector and pai'tnei 
Walker & Co., Ltd., conti-actons ; 
man T. Owen &; Co,, paper m 
A!?Hociate Inrit. Civ. Engineers : 
Treas, We^^lcyan Methofhst T^^• 
Century Million Fund, Free Chun 
grees, and Ixmrton Wesleyan M 
Ho«. Ti-cas. Liberal League ; J.P>» Oxford- 
Khirc and Kent. 

11 Kensington Palace Gardens, W.t^WYk' 
ham Park, Banbury ; Claverley, Little- 
stone, Kent. C/tifos— National Liberal, City 
Liberal, Reform (Manchester). 



Stmtliunptoa, lOQi. 



Phillppfl, Lleutt-OoL 

B. latil, sou of Rev\ Sir Jame« E, Philiptw^ 
Bt., und Hon. Mary Mfirgarct, daLii. of 
Hon. Samuel Bent and nlMter of 5th Lord 
Wynford. Ed, Felhtcd, M. 1891 Marian 
Iftobol, dau, of JanieH Buchanan Mirrlee**, 
Glasgow, PaKiscd Staif *^'^jllegc; serxed in 
I MUitta, 1881-3 ; entered Army. 1883 (Cap- 
tain, 1894; Major, WM): served In Burma 
I Campaign, 1887-9 {niednl and '2 elaapyl ; 
Chin Luwhai Expedition, 1S8S*; MlransKtl 
Expedition, 1891 <t l»v<p» ; l^aif^i Expedi- 
tion, 1892; N.W. Frontier of India, 1888 
(medal and 2 c laspn) ; Tirah Campaign, 
1896-7 <dc«patchoa twice, claHp); China 
ExpctHtion, lROO-1 idenpat^^^her^, D.S,0.. 
I mcdalf ; Lieut. -Col. Pembroke Imperial 
! Yeomanry ; J, P. and Aldei'uian C.C,» 
; Pembroke. Published work — TTjuc /jwu* 
I of Ordcrit i ft the FMd. 

CbiLntTGY Hou^ui, Eocl^iton S( reel, S, W. ; 
I Ctyahe^lon YlivVV Vcrofevv^Vvi. <*t^ih« ^ - 
I \]i\vltt\ ScTvVc«Ji 'tHSi.UwvnX V;\\*«LV«\, \\aY*^ 



I-UaKKAL. YEAR BOOTi, 1^)^» 



TEE MOUSE OF COMMONS. 



m 



Ptfrnbroke imd 



Fhllippa, John rjinark, lOd, i 
Wynford. Pemiwolusiliire, 1898. 

B. 1860, eldQst son of Rev. Canon Sir 
J&mes KraHiuus Philippe. BL, and Mary 
Manjaret, dau. of Hon. ami Rov. Samuel 
I; , rect-or of Abbots Ann. Ed. Feinted 
- '»l and Keble loll. Oxford* M. 1888, 
X I i, dan. of J. Gcrstonbere-, Sto<-tkteiKb 
IIoiL^o, London. Called to the Bar, 1888. 
l'nHucce*!sfully contested Wilts., Dei^zes* 
(LSS«.K 

Lydstcp Haven. Penally, Pembi-okeshire ; 
HiK^h Cfiistle, Pembrolicshirc. ChibH — 
DevoiiRhiro. Wellington, National LibeiuL 

Phlllpiis^ Owen 
Cosby. 

B. lSf53, son of Rev. Sir Jame^ E* Philipps, 
Btv, and Hon. Lady Philippe, siftt-Gr of ,5th 
Lord W^yiifi>rd, Efl. Ntnvtovvn CoJL, South 
Devon. M. MJL'2, Mai. dau. and co-hetreHK 
of TiisjtnftK Morri*«, J.P., D.L.,Carmarthcn- 
rihirc, and grand -dan. of William MarriK, 
foniitirly HA A', for Carmarthen DLstrict^ 
Chftiriiian Royal Mail .Stearu Paf,'ktjt < 'o. 
and King' Line of t^toaniers : High Bhorilf 
Pembrokeshire, m^; J.P,, Pembroke- 
shire, Carmarthenshire, Haverfordwestt 
and Glasgow Co. Unsuccessfully con- 
totted Montgomery Di.strict (lt£k5) and 
Darlington (1898^ 

76 Eaton Smiare, S.W. ; Am roth Ca«Ue, 
Aniroth, l^enibroketihiro. CVk^s— Rofonu. 
National Liberal* W^elUngton. 

JEdward Hare. npthimJ orsen, a,w., latw. 

B, IKX*. -^on of T. PiekerMllL architect, 
fork, and Ann, dan. of llobort Hare, 
Sorthallerton. Ed. Stu Peter'n Kebtioi, 
fork, and F^ondon Univ. (B.A.J. M. IflO", 
Elizabeth, dan. of N, ZiTumerrnan, London. 
Fornierlv in Civil .Service; cjilled to the 
Bar. isai; member London C.C, IStK-.^ 
Un^uoct^KHfiilly eonti5stcd Bethnal Green, 
aw. tliirJK 

U Fontinmri Road, S. W. ; 2 Essex Conrt. 
Temple, KC. 

Pipie, Puncan 

B. 1858, son of Gordnn Plrte. Clmte*vu 

de Varennen, France, and Valentine, dau. 

'tntc Rous,-iean dti lj4ibro*ie. Kd, 

y C fill., Glcnalmoiid, and Clifton Coll. 

Ml, Evelyn, d.iu, of i7th Baron SenipiU. 
Kjiii j*wl Anriy frorri AborcleeDtthiro Militia. 
1.^7:.'; ><.r\-.j.l ill K-; pi inn war, 1882 (A.LKC. 
ti* ;-';[' (;^Tnli!i (iiviiiauij. in Soudan wai", 

I .1. at El Teb and Temail, nnd 

pedition, IBH-l-o; mentioned 

II . hm twice, and has medal with 
tir clasfiij ; A.D.C. toGovermar of Ceylon, 

^(k3; retired from Arniv as Capt^ 3rd 
^StL'^fiaTH, 1898; organized relief of wounded 
in Qreeec dnriog nr«co-Turki>-h war, 1897 : 
eervod in South .^riea, 18yy-l!HK>: IKL., 
A bcrf I ee n. U r i«ii ccewf u lly con tes ttnl Rei i - 
frowshire, W^ im^), 

Caskieben, Kinaldlc, AherdeenHliiro, 
0wlwi— National LiheraU BaclielorsV Koyal 
KorUieru <Abefdeon). 



Abertleen. N., leiW, 



Pollmrdf Qeorg« ^ » , ,«« 

HerbeVt. ^^^^ • "^^^ ^^^ 

B. 1864, son of Jameji Pollnrd, Ed*^ 
Bnrnley Graniniar S(hf>cd, Edinburgli] 
(M.D.) and Oxfnrd Univs., and at I^Hn, J 
M. 1888, Charlotte E. Bntterworth. t Blk^^f 
to the Bar, 18R3 ; formerly member Lnnca^ 
shire CXI ; Mayor South port, 189B'7. Vn^ 
snccessfully c^onte^tod J^nc«., SonthporbP 
(1892) and Lane,*),, Radcliffe-<;um-Fiirnworth J 
(ISUa). 
Sandown, Heaketh Park, SonthporL 

B. ia^7, yon of wnilijtiij I Vice. Weston- 
Rhyn, Salop. Ed. National School, Westrsii- 
Kbyn, and OHwestry Ae^Mieniy* Tiiiiiied 
in oftlce of Cadbury Brothors, ewoa 
manufacturei's. Bii'mingham ; appoint^id 
their Agent for Scotland, 1879; partner 
MeVitic & Price, biscuit manufaetui'crs, 
Edinburgh and London, 1888-1901 ; retired 
from businoHrf, 1901. 

10 AthoU Crescent, Edinburgh. Clnbn— 
Reform, National Liberal, Srottijsh Lil>eral 
{Edinburgh^ Liberal ^Glasgow). 

Price, Robart John. Norfoiji, E.,ii4&£, 
B. 1851, »on of Ed^vard IMce, contractor, 

Highgate. Ed. ( holmelev School. High- 

gat«!, and University ColL Hospital M. 

188L Eva, dau. of »1 . W. Johni^ (formerly M.P. 

for Warwicki*hirtN NuntjatonK M.R.C.S., 

187^ : called to the Bar, 18S;i. 
6 .Sussex Mansions, S.W. ; The Thatehed 

House, Wroxham, Norfolk ; Bank, Lynd- 

hurst, HantH, 0? if b— National Liberal, 

Priestley, Arthur. G«uiUiiiin, ifloo, 

B. 1 864, son of Briggs Priestloy ^formerly 
M,P, for Yorks., Pudseyj, Bradfonl. Ed, 
privately. J. P., Grantham and Lines., 
Keabeven. Uns"ucce8sf ally contested Linc8», 
Stamford \im\ m&, and ISBoK 

Hungerton Hall, Grantham. Club-- 
Bath, 



Brftdlord, E., 190i'>. 



Priestley, William 
Edwin Brig^H. 

B. 18.59. son nf Bri^'gn Pricpitley, fDrmcrly 
M.P, for York:^., Pudsey, Ed. privately, 
M. 388-^. Ruth, dan. of .1, Craven, formerly 
M,F, for Yorks., Shipley. Managing 
Director IMestleys, Ltd., stuff mann- 
faetiirerfi, Brtidford ; Mayor, Bradford, 
1004^; J. P.. BradfonL Unsucce*Hfully 
eonL<3Hted Bmdford, E. (19(I0K 

Rweraount House, Brndfurd; Ijittlcdalo 
Hall, Caton, near Laiiea.stoi'. €7 i/ib.'*— Re- 
form, National Liberal. 

Pullar, Sir Robert. Perth, 1007. 

B. 1828. Ed. Perth Schools. M. 1850, 
Ellen Mary (d. 1EW4I. dan. of Charles 
Danielk Wantavi« . Seuloit \wctVi^it P^VVi^t'* 



ilBEBAL YKAR BOOK, \W6^ 



70 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Dye Works. Perth, the rise mid progress 
of which ho has directod for oO years; 
F.R.9.E. : hon. LL.D. St, Andrew a ; KL, 
188.1 : J.P. 

18 Chenlos Street, W.C, ; Tayr^ide. Perth* 
CVwiiH— Reform, Xatioiial Liberal, Si^ottlHh 
Liberal (^inbnrgh), Libeml (Glftsgow)* 

RAdfoFd, 0«arge ^ „ ^ „ ,««. 

B. 1851, KOfi of George David Radford, 
Plymouth. Ed. Anierfihani Hall, CavBi- 
8hnm, and London Univ. (LL.B.t 1871K 
M, 1882. Etnnia Louisa, duuirhtor of iJaniel 
Radford, J. P., Tavistock. Admitt«d Holic- 
itor. 1872 ; member London C.C. 1835- 
1907. Pnblishod works- Falsing (i n Obiter 
Dictn, iKt 8erleftJ ; Occamonnl Verses; 
ShplacJc and Othsrfi. 

27 C ha ncery Lan e, W, C. ; Chis w ick Hoiifse, 
Bittoii Hill. Clubs — Refovm, NationAl 
Liheral, Eighty. 

Halny, Adam Bolland. SSfrS:?^. 

JL mji£. ^on of Rev. Robert Rainy, DAK 
Principal of New C'oUcge, KdinburKh. Ed, 
Edinburgh Academyt Edinbimrh Univ., 
Vienna, and Berlin (M.A.. M.H.. C.MX 
M, 18«7, Axuiabella. dau. of H. M. Mathe- 
BOn, J. P., D.K, lat-e of Mathe^on & t'o., 
Lombai'd Street, E.C. Han travelled in 
Australia, New Zealand, and West f ndios. 
UntmoooBafully contested Kilmarnock Bis- 
trictdSW). 

^ Lower Seyrtioiir Street, W. VhthR— 
Kefomi. Union* National Libeiul, Nation al . 



Hspliael, Herbert 

Henry. 



DeftoynhlTt, S., 1006. 



Rea$ Walter Ruuell* Si-arboniaifb. k»l 
B. 1873. Kon of Ruti«eU Ilea. M.P. Kd, 

tJnJversity Coll. School and abroad, M. 

1^6, Evelyn , dan. of J. J. Muirbcad. 

Shipowner. 
17 Lyndhmvt Gardeiis, Hiimp8t43ad. N.W. 

C?it6«— orm,Nti Rcftiona! Liberal. 



B. 1S59, **cii of H. L, Riiphael. Ed. France 
and German y, and Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge <B. A., LUB. with HouKj M, 1881, 
RofwJie, dan. of G. R Coster, *Sliaoklin. 
Oilled to the Bai% 1881 ; fortiierly member 
London School Board and CC. and Essex 
C.C. ; J.P„ Kfcksextand Derby Hhirc. Un- 
8uece«8fully cont-oated Eseox, Romfonl 
(1892 and 189^), i?t, I'aneni^, North 0895), 
Derbyshire, South (1»IJ(J|. 

5 CavcndiHh Square, W. ; AllewtixK} Hall, , 
Derby. C/iaIjk— Reform. Devonnhire, Port- 
Land^ Automobile. 

]|«&, Russell* Gbnceiter, 1900. 

B, IftlR. Kon of Daniel K. Rea, Eskdale, 
Cumberland, and Elizabeth, dau. of Joneph 
Rujssell, Hhipbnilder. Liverpool. Ed. pri- 
vately, M. 1872, Jane PhiliiK dan. of P. I... 
MaoTaggiart, Liverpool. Foinidei' and 
aanlor partner R. and J. H, Rea. rtteafii- 
shlp owners and tiierchants ; lat^j Deputy- 
Chairman Taff Yale Railway Co. ; (hair- 
man DeparUnenral iJ'ommitt'ee oti Eight 
Hours Law for Miners, liM)6. l^ubli-Jheri, 
workK— variouH urtlclcsi and pamphlet'^ 
on economic Hiibjects. Unsuccessfully 
i^/itesUHl Lt'rerfifiol. Extthiitiga |1SJ>7>. 
J5? Lxtuf/iurst. iioiul Hamii^mui, N.W. 
cru^^Mefoim, SuviJe, Satiotml Liboml. 
OJoticester. 






ReeBi Jolin David:, 
CLE. 

B. 185^K Hon of l^iduwick William Ree-;. 
Ed. CheltenbLini Coll. M. IIKMI ) loiu T^laiv, 
dau. of tk![i. Hejii. Sir Jtiiiics DormtT, 
K.C.B. Entered Indian Civil Service* 
1875; Under See., Madr^is Government; 
IMv. Sec. to ^^ir M. E, Grant DiifT, I^rd 
Conncmara, and IjiOitI Wenlock, Governors 
<-ii MadittH ; CJovernnieiit Traiijsl!it<>r In 
Tamil, Tcliigii, Persian, and Hindustani; 
RuKiriian lnt4^r]H'ct<tr; on ripccial duty with 
H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence in Madi-as 
l^*5*idcncy. IHSa-yO; British Kesirl. n< in 
Travancore and Cochin; Addition- 1 
ber Govemor-Oon. of Iridia'H Cnonr 
190(>; retired from Indian Civil - 
1901; CLE., ]8fKl; has tmvelled in 
Arabia, Asia Minor, Met^opoUimifL. 
Siberia, Corea, Manchiiriii, and An.^:. -, , 
Chairman Briti:^h Cciitial Africji ( ti., [4d. 
Poblished works- I'owfw in India * Ifitkf 
of Clarence in S. India ; The Atahommal- 

U Fall Mall, B.W. ; Northwick, Harrow- 
on -the- Hill- C/wfci«— TravcUcrti', BacheloreV 

Rendall, AtfielBt^n. Glm., Thorniitiry.lAO*. 

B. 1871, HO a of Hcmr Rcmiidl, JJ'„ 
BridporL Ed. University Coll. Schwd and 
<^'ai*tlo Howell School. Lanc>. M. 1887» 
Amy Laura, diiu. of J, J. YoTing. J.F.. 
Portsmouth. Admitted a BoUcitor, 1891. 

4 Whitehall Court, S.W.; The KnoU, 
Yeovil, SomcrscL fVii6,s'— Xation»il Lib- 
eral, Eighty, Liberal (Bristol 1. 



Lines., Gsiat- 



Rantait, Major 
Alexander Leslie. 

B. 18fi8, mn of .lamo*^ Hall Benton. Ed- 
Harrow and R,M.C.. Sandhurs-r. M, IW, 
Kathleen Elliot, dau. of (.'harlcs 1 , 
.T.P., Horton, BuckH. Joined Rov 
iir&yii, 1888; j^erved with S. A 
Hor*e ia S» A, War (despatch c 
with 3 clawprt) ; Mtyor Nortiiantfi 1 1 
Yeomanry; J. P., Northantsi. Un 
fyily conte«t-ed Dor«ot, S, (19O0)- 

Xaseby Hall, Northantn, Cluhtt^ 
Brooki^ s, Wullifn^on, Cavalry, Naval and 
Military. 

Alohai^a, Thcimaa. MoniBouiluii!tF,w.,iwi«. 
B. 185(1. Ed. British School, Beaufort^ 
Ebbw Vale. M, im\ K. K, Tbonin^^. dau» 
i;>C llavid ftw\ ?Ai\v^vT<it ThomoM, Ikstiufort. 
lLiCgai,Ti WOvV. \\\ Vi. <iQ^-\\V vlX, VL'.Xysyajvwu.'. 



X.IBBSAX. irBAH BOO^, 



\m%> 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



n 



littee; membGr CODoQJAtion Boitrd ; t!rf«t 

I pronTinfint during rcviHion of 

5?cf*l -ijt* isyc): Mppoint^d 

n. Sec. Ml i lio n , 1 SJky ; nic mho v 

Vale 'i oiineil nUive 189.5 

airman, l!:ii>U ; fotintily nienibcr Llaii- 

ittock Scliooi JBoanl ; meriibar Mon- 

outihKhtro C^C. Labour Member. 

r Cendl, Beaufort, Moniiioiith«liii*o. 



1906. 



Ilohapds, Thomas 
Frederick* 

B, i^^t^, VaL Board School. M. 1882. 

Ksnrrin, tbi.u. of John Mee. Begnu work 

in a liceii-^ed hou.so at twclv© ; bctiaiut: 

," I I '- "(k boiler maker, and later en- 

Mtt ti-ade; PrtvK. Leicester \o. 1 

ifunal Union of Hoot and ♦^hoo 

-V— - - ^iuee li^YJ ; member Letce?<ter 

|. T<>wn Council, 18^-1^103. LJt.C, Member. 

115 KnoUys Road, Strcatham, S.W. 

ttchardson^ AFthur. NottinghAm, &, isiie. 
i. I860, son of WiUiam and Elim Ri€h;ird- 
, East Brid^orri, Nott**. Ed. Xational 
hbol, Kofiit BHdg'ford, and Maj^us 
School, Newark. M. 1886, Francer^, 
of John Whitby, Notting^ham. In 
ery buKinc^s j>;inco 1877. Labour 
ttber. 
I Friar Yard, Nottingham. 



B. 1847, lAon of Jo<KeTjh and Tordtdia 

ickett. East Hoathly» Silshcjx. FA. 

Kdward VI. iischool, Bmlh, and 

ately. M. 1»», t'^itharino Bamh. 

Qt Rev. Henrj' J. Gamble, Upper 

Formerly ChiiirmHn Riekett. 

kerell. & Co., Ltd,, imd other lom- 

re tired from coiil tntdf, llf rii Unn 

l»rt in social and relitfioiiK uiove- 

iit«; a constant platforiii Kpoakur in 

' , parts of the *^ountrv : Ktw, 1H07 ; 

I fir vv.»»ix^ V Hicling. Piiblishi*d work-s 

' • Ul: St. {'hrMopher fHth 

.' Tht CfirlHt ihfit h* to 

, ,1, ^j^i ,. .. ,-.i ninQ iif Caiiitan; and 

ninmbutionH (verpo, short fltorieR, and 

n,rtirli s^ to jountaiiHin, 

: terGatfl, W. ; Barham Hmi«e, 
' i!y, Siitwex. CVif5«— Reform, 

ri*eraU C'ity Li bo rat 



Itlduiale* ISdward 



Brifhton. IMA. 



t» of E. L. J. Ridi^dale, of the 
Ed. Univ. ColL 8chooI and I 
.f Mines. >L 1900, Suiian Stirling?, 
f J- R. Findlay, Edinburgh. V\a 

mf'inbrr Stork Kxc-haiigt^ (n*lir(Mi 

w. KU-. ; WitUr I 

'keshiiv. f/t/hs— J 

Hcfuritu SaUonnl Liberals f 



Roberta, Charles Henry. Lincoln, looe, 

B. \m\ t^on. of Rev. A. J. Robert*. Vlear 
of Tidobrook, Sussex. Ed. Marlborough 
and HalHol Coll.. (Jxfnrd (lati^ Fclluw Exe- 
ter Coll. . O X f « frfl K M . mn, I Ji(\ y t e^ - il in 
Maude, dan. of the Earl e^f f*arli>^le. Un- 
^uc^^eHHfuHy contented V\'odiie*«bury (!Sft>l, 
YorkH.. OsgoldcroKrt (18991. and Linc«dn 
U9<J0|, 

BmckUind,. Hindbead, Surrey. C(ub0^ 
Brooks's. .Vrttioiijil LllH.^nil. 

Roberta^ Qeorge Henry. Nonrteh, ipob. 

B. t&B, son of tr. H. and Annie Roberti^. 
Fd. EleiiH'idary HchtKd and eveninif cIa>«*eH 
at Higher Collide School and Techiiieal 
Inwtftnto* Norwich. M. 184*5, Annie, dau. 
of Horace and Jan© Mai-shalU Norwich. 
Ainjrenticed tin printer and eoinnoHilor, 
imi : oven^eer of nrintinR department in 
in Ionian & Co.. Ltd., WincnmlM Workn, 
Xor^vich, INR-J 1001 : j^erond yenrs first 
l*reK, and then See, Norwieh Branch Tjtio- 
tfi-aphiial Assoc, and alsi> I^ich. Norwich 
and I^istrict Trade** and Ijjiboitr Council; 
t)ilfaiii/er TjiKiKraphic^l As.soe. since I!IM ; 
member Norwich School Board, 1890-1903. 
I'nsncceKsfnllv contestetl Norwich U904). 
L.R.C. membfr. 

2-i Whitehall Road, Normeh. 

tloherts, John n«.fet.i«w« w »a 

Herbert. BwiWtWWw, W., i»«. 

B. 1S«3. Mnn of J. Roberta, M.P„ Flint. 
Ed. privalelvand TrinitvColl., CanibridRO 
(HisU llnnM. 1S81J, M. mm, Hannah Rush- 
ton, dau. af \V. i^. CairM^, M.P. Tiuvelled 
through the Brititsh Colonieei, 1884-.^ : J.P., 
Denbighshire. Publihihed work— ^ Worfd 
Tour. 

Bryugvvcaallt, Aberffelc. C/w6— Reform. 

Robertson i Rt. Hon. ^ , ,^^ 

ESdmund, K.C.. t-L,©. ^^'^^^'^ ^^^ 
B. IKii, smi of Ednuuul Robertson. Kin- 
naiitl, Porthnhirc. Ed. HU Andrews Univ. 
and CorpUH ChrSsti Cull., Oxford {iHtl'IaHR 
in Clnssirs ; Vinerian Sk'holar; Fellow 
of Corpiw Chnsti Coll,, l.S72|, Called to 
the Bap, 1872; joined Northern Circuit; 
Bencher (Lincoln's InnK t«Sl8 : labile Ex- 
aminer ill Ljiw (Oxford and Inny of Uoiirtl ; 
Reader on l^wtoCmmril of be^id Edncn- 
tion : Civil Loni of Adniiitnlty. 181*2-5; 
-Sec. to Adminilty. I9fi5: P.C,, iy<ii>. Pub- 
lis bed w orki*^ A m^^ricrtn Hmne i?w/r, and 
numerouR con ti ibid ions an legal and 
conHlltutionfil snbjert^ to ninth edition of 
Knciii'l opcpti ia Britu n iiiea . 

!*> Croxted Ro?id, W. Dulwich. 8.K. 
C7*/lj -^Reform. 

Robertson, Sir George nradJcrd Cc-nirai, 

B. ia.?i. sou of T. .V WftieTV^A\. v>v\^vvv-^, S 
and UoUiaa Ct>t>^Um, AaM. ^A \^<iwt^.^r^^^^ \ 
(Jrkney. M.. UwU V«8i, C.«k,\Xi^Ti\v^ YAVC ^>%J 
I88ftXaa^. of e^\. A, J,e.l!rocG\%,«ftQ'W^ 



UBER.^ TEAR BOOK, 190S. 



3 



72 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



IKH, Gortnido Mary^rtaii. of Hiirniiel Law- 
roDce, the iminter. Entered Indian Medic- 
al Service, 1878; served through Afjfli^n 
Caiiiixiigii, lH7t*-S0; pAHMed into ricrvieo of 
Indian roreiBii Office, 18S8„ was c:nntiiiii- 
ally emplojed on GiJgit frontier of Kaf^h- 



mirt arm ovctitually becauna Bt-iliHli Agent, 
Oilifiti ti-avelltHl in KafriKtan, 18IIM, \\n^K 
for a year aniung; the wild hillnicn ; chief 



political offlcci^ of Hunswi-Xagjir Expedi- 
tion, 1891-a ; installed the Mir of flunza in 
presence of Chinc^^o Emroys4, IWtl ; lie^ieged 
in Thai pen en trench men fc and preisent at 
C4Lpture of C'liilas, 18Sf2 ; eondncU-d ^Kilitical 
mission to Cliitni.1, 1893; bosicMcd in Chit- 
raU where he wa^ severely wonndcd, 
during March and April, \^> : inKtalleti 
pre?*ent ruler of t'hitial, Sept^inbor. 18Ba ; 
for Herviccyt has been gTant4sd three iviir 
medals: C.SJ:. imi-. K,at;.L, \mv\ Hon. 
D-C.Lu, Trinity Univ.. Toronlou F^blinlied 
works^— TAf Kit firs of Um Hijulu KttJik: 
ChUral : The Story of a Aiiitor Hifge. 
UnHnccesH fully conteHt-ed Stirlingshire 

aeoo.1 

2 Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, K.C, ; 
lieverC^ Cott-age, Worcester. CfnfMt— 
Athenfeuni, Savilo, National Liberal, 
Hnrlinglon. Fine Arts, 

IlobflFtscinj John NaHjmmberlancI, 

M&G kin noun T^neside, itML 

B, 1^50, Ed, at Stirling. M. 1893, Maude 
Moflher^ Iowa, U.S. A, JourtmllHt and 
lecturer; leader-writer Edinbitrifh Even- 
ing NewH, 187H-S3 ; on stfitf National Hc- 
fortner^ 1884-93 (editor from Mr. Brad- 
laugh's death in I8t)l|i; oo lecturing tour 
in United States, 1897-S; in South Africa 
studying martial law in Britlnh CokmiCH, 
IWKl. ihiblishctl yvoT\LS — Bitckfe and hw 
f'riti4^: The Bcijcon and the Celt; Modern 
Hmnanisttt ."^ An Introditction to Englmk 
Politioft ; VhHjttianity tntd Mythology : 
PttfMin CffriHts, &c. UnHuocesH.ru 11 y con- 
Lerttod Northampton U89o). 

VicwhurHt, WcHtorham^ Kent. Chtbs— 
Nftfcional Liberal, JJberal (Xowca.stlc). 

ItoblxiSOll, Sl<lll«y, MreckncMJlMhlre, liMJC. 

}i, I8(i34 Koii nf .Jnhn Hob in won. Back well 
HovtMv Hrjiru'i-wel. I^M* privately and Mill 
Hill .School. M. 1887, Catherine tlora. 
dan, of John Grant; J.F.t talamorgiinshire, 

WlriHtey House, near Biud ford-on -Avon, 
WiltH. r '/iih^— Kefonu, National LibcraL 

Robion, Sir WHIlam Tower Hftinleta, 

© *€J. L. goQLh sideldB, 1SB6. 

li. 1852. Non of Robert Robson. J, P.. 
NewcaHtle-on-Tyne, Ed. privatelv and 
Onnvllle and CaUm Coll., ranibrldgiL^ 
IH.A,, IH78; M.A.I. M. 1887, Catherine, 
ilaA). of C. Buiwo, Park CiGMccut, \V\ 
Callwl to the Bar, 1880; joined North- 
F^vHlurn Clrenit: Q.C, IStlif ; RecoitJer of 
Newcj^Hlle, l«*ri; Bencher (Inner Temple). 
18U0; HoliciUir Ueneria for England, 19ai; 
hon. l».C,L., IHirhani Univ,. mm. Un- 



Canilu^, NowniAjrksts MM, i 



riiicoesAftilly contfij^led Tower Hamlets, 
Bow and Bromley {ism\ and Middletf- 
borouRh n892). 

26 E4iton i?Qimre, H*W. ; 11 King's Bench 
Walk, Teinijfe, Kt \ C/w&9~Brooks's, Re- 
form. 

Roe, BlF Thomaa, dSJ?:J2S:*^ 

Born 1832, Hon of Thomas Roe. J.P.» 
Derby. Ed. schools in l»crby. M. 1903;, 
Emily, dan. of Matthew KiiiJey, 1> - 
Mayor Derby, 1867-S and 1896^7- Kt. 
Aid. and J,P., Derby; 4. P., Derbv 
Uni5Uc'ces.sfully contested Derby il>m\. 

Litchurch, Dorby ; Ventnor, Isle ol 
Wight. tVwfci,— Koform, National IJbend, 

BogQFSf Fr&ncis Sdward woia.. 
Newniaiii iMrbcB, him. 

B, 1888, Hou of Walter Lacy Rogers. J.P., 
Pewi*ey. and Hermione, ni^ter of Sir E. A, 
Hamilton, Bt Ed. Eton and Balliol Coll, 
Oxford I2nd Claxa Lit. Hunj,, l8i*U. M, 
1893, I^ouiRa Annie, dan. of Edward Jeti- 
ningH, Gellde^, Cftrmarihen*jhire. Vl<xi- 
Ch airman W iltH. C.C iVice-CJhainuan 
Education Committee^ ; J. P., Wilt»4. Un- 
»uece«8fully cxinteHto*! Miltn,, Bov 
(1900), 

48 Ivema Gardens, Kensington, Wi 
RfuuBcombe, Powficy, WiltH, Club 
Brooks's. 



RoB«, Gli&rles 

B. Ig47, son of Rt. Hon. Sir John '. 
BL, GJ\M.G„ Monti"cal. EjL Rugby. 
1871, Lily, dan. of J, K, Maclean, M,F 
Formerly partner Morton, Rose, & V^ 
bankers. UnBuccoBsfuUy contested Ca 
bridgeshire, Newmarket (IflCK)). 

53 Berkeley Square, W, ; Hard wick Hou 
Whitchurch, Oxon, Chflm—Tu rf , Ref on 
^^^lite^8. 

B. 18aL son of William and Mat 
Rowlandij, Ed. Working Men^w ColL »i 
Kiiuilar institutioni^. M. 187H, Kate (d. 
1905), dau. of Joneph Bovden. Wfitcb-caae 
maker; Ei-eeman Ooltirimithii" Company; 
Hon. Bee. Land Law Rofonu AHrtoc. -.mem- 
ber London School Board, 1901^4. Unauo- 
ce*tflfuHy contorted FiJiabury, E, U^'iand 
laaSK Labour Member. 

lltl Mercers Road, TufncU Park. X,; 
21 John Street, Adelphi, W.C\ C.:?ub- 
National Liberal. 

Bunolmu, W^tor. SJiaS^^Sr- 

R. 1S70, son of Sir Walter Runcinian, BU, 
Fernwood HoUKtj, Ncvvf!astle-«)n-Tyne. and 
Annie, dan. of .lohn IjiWHon, Blakeinoor. 
Northumberland. EtL Trinity CoIL, Cam- 
bridge m.A,, imi\ M.A., 18t)6(. M. 18«8. 
Hilda, dan. of James C, Stevennon, M,P. 
for Houth Shield H. FaH. Hec, IxkiaI Govt* 
Board, 1905-7; Financial Sw, to 



XJBKKAl. YliAtt BO cm, \W^. 



TBE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



73 



Treasury. IflfTT. Unwucc^wirfiilly coiitostod 
OraveBQiid (1808) and Oldhain I1900U 

Id Great College Street, WeKtminRter, 
S.W. ; West Denton Hall, Scot/^wrKid-oii' 
TVfi©, Nartliitiiiberland. Clnhs^iiatonu, 
National Liberal. 

Russell* TliomftB _ 

Wallace. Tjitme, B.. i»»e. 

B, 1841, sou of David Rus*=w}ll and Isabollii 

Wallace, Ed. Madran Amdcmy, Cuimr. 

Fife, M. mU 1885* Harriet Wcntworth 

(d- 1894K dan. of Tlioiiuvs Agntjw. Dtiti- 

gannon ; and (2nd) 1898, MartJm* dan, 

of Lt.-C^ol. Keown, CaRtloroc, co. Derry. 

t SotUcd in Ireland 1859: Sec. to varioui^ 

I Temperance Societies, 1864^2 ; Pari. Sec. 

Local GovL Board, 189.>-l«)0: foiindur of 

new IriMh Land Movement.; Vice-Prea. 

I lri.sh Board of Agriculture* 1WI7. Cnsuc- 

, cesHfull?^ contested Preston a.^ a Liberal 

(1885)* 
' Olney, Terenure, co. Dublin, Club— 
National Liberal. 

Rutl&erford, VlckeFiiian MiiiaiaK^ 
Hensell. Brtmtfnn],ioiv. 

B. 1860, rton of Dr. Jobu Hunter Itntber- 
ford, Ncwcastle-on-Tyue, Kd. Royal HiKn 
Schcw>l, Edinburgh, and Sidney Su**ex 
ColL, Cambridge ^M.A., M.H4. M. lim, 
Evelyn Alice, dau. of P. Henwotxi^ Brom- 
ley, Kent. Specialifat in t^kin diHeaHon; 
medical officer, St. John'i^ Hospital. Lon- 
don ; late Medical Officer S'ewcaHtlc 
School Board. UnsuoeeBiifully conte^^teil 
Yorks., OegoldcroHg il9W)U 

25 Lindfleld Gardens, HamptHtead, N. W. ; 
!i5 Wimuole Street, W. CYii&«— National 
Liberal, Eighty. 

B. 1870, son of Edwin L. Sanmiel, banker, 
and Clara, dan. of Elli« 8. Yaten. liverpool. 
Ed. University Coll, School and Halliol 
ColL. Oxford (1st t'la«a Honour*?, Modem 
History, 1893^. M. 18»7. Beatrice, dau, of 
Ellis A. Franklin. Under-Sec. Home 
Office, 1905, Published workn—TJberal- 
ism: its I^rincijifcs and I^opoaais, iind 
numerotiH political articles and pamphlets, 
Unsucce^ully contested Oxfordshire, S. 
(1895 and 1900K 

88 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W, 

EamueL Stuart twmt HMiku. ^iiite- 
Monta^u. tUm^A, mo. 

B. 1856% sen of Edwin L. Samuel, banker, 
and Clara, dau. of Ellis S. Yates, Ldver- 
pooL Ed, Liverpool Inatltiite and ITni- 
Tersity ColL ischool, Jx>ndon. M. 1893, Ida 
Mayer, damof Alphonse Mayer, A banker ; 
J.P,, London co. 

12 ma Stieet, May fair, W, ; (^helwood 
Vetchery, Nutloy, Sussex, 

Bcarlflbrlok, Tom Talbot i)i>r«et, s.. 
Kjeyland. !(>«>*>' 

IL 187-1, son of Sir Charles and fjady 

Scansbriok, Ed. privately. M. IfiOa, 



Josephine, dau. of W, S, Chamberlain, 
Cleveland, ILS.A. Formerly in I^ancs. 
Hus'sars; Mayor, SouthporU 19Dt$-3: J,P„ 
Ijinoi. nod Dorset. 

3 Mount Street:, Grosvenor Square, W. ; 
OreavcK HalL near Southport, Lanes. 
OuftM— BaebelorH', Heform, National Llb- 
eraL Automobile. 

Sehwaniif Charlas „,. ,, « ^ 

Dunoaii, cb«aWr«, Hjd*. igoa. 

B. 1879, son of Sir C. E. Schwann, Bt, 
M.P., and KliKabi^th, dau. of D. Duncan, 
Didsbury. E<L Eton and Balliol ColL, 
Oxfortl (B.A„ 19<J1 ; M.A., 190l». Called to 
the Bar, ISKM. 

4 l*rioce's Giirdens, S.W, CZit6«— Re* 
form, New Oxford and Cambridge, Rane- 
lagh. Eighty. 

Scltwaiin, Sir Charles MandiMter, H., 
Bm^t, Bt, i«8> 

B, 1S4J, son of Frederick Schwann, Lon- 
don, and Henrietta, dau. of Ilev. Edmund 
Kell, Birmingham, Ktl Huddorsilcld Coli 
and L-niversity ColL, London. M. I87fi, 
Elistabefch, dau. of David Duncan, Man- 
chester. Vice-Pre^'^. Manchester Liberal 
Federation : Pros. 1^5 Club; carried 
measure which gave Municipal and 
School Board votes to policemeu ; assis- 
ted laiTKely in seeuririg abolition of rice 
tax in Ceylon ; Bt,, IDOS. Unsuccessfully 
contested Manchester, N. ^1885). 

4 Prince's Gardens, S.W, Clubs— Ug- 
form. Reform (Manehe«ter), Union (Man- 
cheisler), 

Soott, Alfred Henry, A^h^n-under-Lj ne. 

B. 1868, son of C. H. Scott, J. R, Chairman 
I'rince Lino and Director Manchester Ship 
Ca n n\ . Ed. TidewweH a ad Lich field Gram. 
Schools. M. (Istl Amelia id, liJOi), dau, of 
Rev, J, T, Shawcross ; (2nd> ISMJT, Kath- 
erino Duncan Lewis, dau, of Blanton 
Duncan, Kentucky, IJ.S.A. Sec. Bolton 
Shop Assistants, 1889-90; member Man- 
chester City Council, 1HSJ7~19(D6; J. P. Un- 
success fully contested Manchester, E. 
(19(J0). 

Park Hoiiso, S win ton Grove, Manchea- 
ter. C'luba — National Liberal, Keform 
(Manchester). Ninety-five ^Manchester), 

SeftrSi Jolm Bdward* Cbeltenhftm, lOOfl, 

B. 1857, son of Ftev, James Sears. Cam- 
ber welL Ed. privately, University Coll., 
London, and Koyal Academj. M. 1882, 
Sellna Marian, dau. of Hugh Bead, Strea- 
tham. Architect; Fellow Royal Institute 
of British Architects ; formerly member 
Exec. Metropolitan Federation Free 
Clmrch Councils : member London C. C, 
lBl>l-7 (Chairman Houwlng Connnittee, 
19(lt5-(J; Chairman Bridgets Conmiittee, 
1903-4K 

214-220 Birkbeck Biink Chambers, 
Hoiborn, E.C, ; Rydal Mount., Holder's 
Hill, Hemion. N.W, C?t(6 - National 
LiberaL 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOK, IftOl. 



t*mb*th. BrixtOTi. IflOfl. 



Seavema., Joel 
Herbert. 

B. 1860. mji of Dr. Joel and Jane M. 
Sottvornft. Ed. Harvard Univ. M. 18H2. 
Helen Gertriirie Bmwn, Partner Henry 
\V, Pcaljudy &: Co., Colonial merclmntrt, 
London tind Liverpool, 

W Ka^rcheiin. K.V. ; '25 Groove nor Road, 
S, \\\ ( 7 «/j- National LiberaL 



Lunca., Newton, 1000, 



liA'erpcMi't, Alwmombj'. 



B. I8BS, Kon of ThomaH and Maryon 
Seddon. Erl, National and Btmrd Schools. 
M. IMH, Kllc^n Browiii^ Formerly fn^icerw 
aHhifitant and ir-oninicrrial tnivellcT ; mem- 
ber Iiixec. Whop ArtHifttAnt**' Union (Prea, 
1II02K L,RC. Member, 

House of Coniraotis, VVeKtLminrtt4jri,S.W, ; 
Laurel Denf\ St. Helena, Lanci^. 



Seely, Lleut.-GoL Hiint«^,uk!t.f wight, 
John Edward Uv^ 

BeFnard, D.B.O* ^m 

B. ims, KOd of Sir Charles SeL4y, Bt., 
M.P. for Xottinghani. Kd. Harrow and 
Trinity Coll*. c;anibridtj:c. M. 1895, Emily 
Florence, dau. of Hon. H. G. L. Ciirhton. 
Callt^d to the Bar. 18tl7 ; Lieut. -Col. Hanir>- 
ahiro Yeomaury; wurvtsd with Imperial 
Yeomanry in &outh Afriea, 1900-1- Itjft 
UniordBt pm'\}\ liJIM; J. P.. Hant*?; D.L., 
I«lc of Wight. 

2S* Chenter Square, S. W. ; Brook House* 
Isle of Wight. CV II i)«— Cavalry. White's. 

Sbackleton, Olivtd Lanca., CUthprw, 

James* ibo^ 

H. im% son of William and MarKaret 
Shackleton, RoBftcndale. Ed. elemen- 
tary school at Haslingticn. M, 18S3, Sarah 
BrimdbcQt. Operative eotton weiivei- op 
to 1893; Prew. Northern Counties Wca- 
vera' Amalgamation ; iJireetor Blaek- 
bum Chan I her of Commerce; member 
Parlianieatary Comimltteo Tnuio Union 
Congress; J.t\, Accrington, LA\,C 
Mombor. 

HouRo of Common R. Westmiiist^er, B,W. ; 
51 Loudon Termce, Darwon. 

Shaw, GbaFles Edwapd* stttfTont. iim, 

B. \mi, Hon of K. IX Sliaw, Wolver- 
hampton^ and MiUicent AuKUBta^ dan, of 
Kidph Oongh. ErL prhatLvlr and Balliol 
Coll. Oxfortl, M. 15K10. Hlmily White, 
dan. of Henry B. Bursill, Hampstcad, 
I Entered flmi of Jobn Hhaw & Sons (now 
Ltd.^ 1«77 : formerly Capt. 3rd S. Staffs^. 
Vol. Batt. ; twice member Wolverhamp- 
ton Town CounciL 

Tett^u hal U Wol ve rh am pto n. €"/ u bn ^ 
Bath. Reform, Eighty, AntomobiJe. 



Shaw, Bt* Hon. Thomafl, tiawkk uifitiici, 

»f-,/^y^*^ ^/' *^^ --«- J^/iflw and IrtabcUa 
2io& M^h School and Edin. Univ. <M,A. ; 



Hamilton Fellow In Mental Philosophy 
and Ixird Rector's Historical Prizomanl. 
M, 187il. Eb^ie, daii. of G. Forrent* Lud- 
quharn, AbordGenHhire, Galled to the 
Keottii^h B«ir, 187.>; Advocatc-Depot<\ IS** 
gX'., 18SM : ftolioit*>r-GeniM-al, citotitlund^ 
IHJH-o; Ijorri- Advocate of ^?crjtland, I9(i6; 
F.C, 190a ; hon. LL.lX, St. Andrews, 1902 j 
hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, laoa 

17 Abercromby Fl<w_'<?, Edinburgh. 
Cf 1*5*1— Refomi, National Liberals Scot- 
tiah LilH-ral (Edinburgh). 



Hndilcrtfic^M, ig(» OjV 



BbeFVirel], Arthur 
Jaixi^s. 

B. 1863, Kon of John Viney Sberwoll, 
Modbury. South Devon, and London. Kd. 
Tredegar School North London Gmro. 
HehooL and Hands wortJi Coll, Birming- 
ham. For rtom e years Wei^lcy a n M ethodiit 
minister; oolJeaffue of Hev. Hugh Pri(» 
Hughea in West London ; rosijznen in 1895; 
Hi nee then ha« devoted himself ontirely to 
pif>r:iolo^c-al and litoraiy work ; ha.** tra- 
velled ostensively in all parts of the world, 
and ie iotimately acqiminted with the 
Colonies. Pxibliished wnrkty—Lifr in Wfnt 
London t Report on VhiJd Life in Etfin- 
hurnh; The Drink Peril in Scotland: 
ScottaTura Opporttnutj/ in Social Re- 
form: joint author (with Joseph Kown- 
tree) of The Temptninrf p-rohlem and 
Social Reform ; The Taxation of the 
Liquor Trade: Pttblic Control of the 
Liqiwr Traffic; State ProhifiUion nnii 
Local Option r British Oothenbtnt/ r.> 
peritneniH and Pnblir Houne fvisi-;. 
&<x ; and nmny pamphlets and v^-\\.\- 
on eoonomio and nolUieal questions. 

Thackeray Hotel. Grejit RuMKell Htifot. 
W.C. 



i 



Shlpman, John ^. _^, ^ ^^^ 

B. 1848, sion of John Shipman and 
Uuth, dftii. of Thomit.s Sheflleld, Wiurton, 
Cumberland. Ed. Northampton, Hiii-^l 
piorpont. atid New Coll., Oxfonl ^Vjrtj 
rian Law Scholar: Jli.L. and M.A,, \y^l\h. 
M. (iHtl 1885, Ann Elixiilwlh (d, 1886), dan. 
of David Hobbs, London : and rJnd> 190^ 
Clara Aliec, duu. of Sydney- t*ent. NTorth 
amtjton. Artlehsd at age oJ^ \h to noli i i i . 
Senior StudentHhip in Civil Law, 
Inner Temple Scbolar«hip in Con ; 
Law, larS; called to the Ear, 1878; LLJK, 
London. 1896; Hon. Sec. of the "Three 
Dozen" ParUamcntai'y Social Club; J.P*. 
Northants. UnHUct^^KH fully contested 
Gravesend (igSiiij. 

5 Crown Offlre Row. Temple, K.C\ ; 
Templemon?, l>tirlHngton, Northampton. 
P^t/fts— Eighty. Town and County 
(Northampton). 

SUcook, Thoinaa 
B&IL 

li, WA, *son of T. B. Silco<-k. BnulfoNl on 
Avtm. )£j\. tttV^ltA tittvvw. ^Vio^il and 
Loudim \:inv. m.^:v ^- \3»V, ^*s^i 



Bniner«<rt. W(fll». Itum. 



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THIS HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



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SiUrock & Reay, architocfca and surveyon*, 
Bath and Ixradon : Mayor, Bath. IQOO-I. 

38 Parliament Street. S,W, ; Waldeiv. 
Bath. a«6^-Nafcional Libcml, Ei^lity. 



£ae3i;, WaJthamstow, 1906. 



Blmon, John 
JlllsebtH>ok. 

B. 1873. son of Rov. Edwin Simon, Con- 
gi-tiKfl-tioiial Minis t<ir, forniurly of Bath» 
and Kwnny Allrtebiook. Ed, l^ ette^ ColL, 
Ediiibiiij^fi, and \\ Jidham CoL. Oxford 
{L'lassiLuuSrhoIar ; Law Fellow, All Souls' 
Cull.; Hainlow Litw S^iholai* ISBSt Pros, 
Union, 18^6). M. 1899. Ettiul Mary Ven- 
ablert {(L 19Ct2}. Called to the Bar, 18i»; 
joined Western Citcidt ; one of tho Coun- 
sel for Britiali Government in Alaska 
Boundary Arbitration. 1U03. Published 
work— piut author of EHmiys in Liber- 
ttlttnn by Six Oxford Men, 

48 Palace Ganlens ToiTaco. W- Clubs— 
Reform, Xational Liberal, Kig^bij-. 

Sinclair, Rt. Hon. niuuLKrtimiiKiiye, ibw^s. 

B, lS6f>, HOn of ('apt. Ot^orge Sinclair, 
Flunbeath, and Ajjnes, dan. of John 
L<3!arnnynth, Dean. Ed. Edinburg-h Aca- 
deiny and WoHington toll. M. IWH, 
the Lady Marjoritj Goixion, dau. of Eaii 
and ("ount'eHij of Aberdeicn. Sec» for Scot- 
land, lUtli6 ; cntei-ed atJi Uoyal Irij^h Lan- 
cers, 1879: served in Suakin Expedition, 
iaa.5; A J>.C. to Lord Abeitieen %vheii Lord 
Lieut, of Ireland; retired from Army a?- 
Captain, ll*S7 ; mtimbcr Londun V,i\, 
IBJfif Wl : Sec. to Lord Abenleeu when 
Gov.-Genoml of Canada. lJ5Sti-7 ; a Libertd 
Whip to liM>5; lion. IjL.1>,, GliTusgow, Vn- 
8ucce«sfidly contested Ayr Dislaiet USatil 
and Dutnburt<m«hiro USBoK 

^Canibridj^e Square. W. C?r*dif— Brooks '«, 
Army and Navy, National Liberal. 

Smeaton, Donald Mao- DtjriingHbire, 
kenzle, C*8>I^ K-i-H. wm, 

B. IMS. 8on of D. J. Smeaton, Loth am, 
Fife. Kd. privnt-e school and St. Andrews 
and Edinburgh Univ:!. (M.A.). M. list) 1873. 
Annette Loiuhh (d. 186(1 dau. of Sir Henry 
Luj^hinKton. Bt-. Aspenden Hall, Hert*i. : 
and {2nd) 1891, Marion, dam. tif Major 
Auj^ustus Ansell, 4th King's Own ReKt. 
Entered Indian Civil Servlee,, N.W.P., 
186S; organ r/ed Land Revenue and 
Settlement of Biiriim, 187J1; IHreotor of 
Aprieiiltiire and C-onimei*ee, xVorth Wast 
Provineo*., ]Mi ; Chief Sec. Burma after 
annexation, 1887 :Comniis>iii oner, Centnd 
Buiina, 188SU91 ; Financial CommiH*4ioner, 
Hnrina. 1891 ; Acting Chief ComrniMHioner, 
Burma, 1892 and ItftMi; member Burma 
Lctrislative Council, 1898; member Im- 
tM rial Legislative Council, Calcutta 1899- 
U*C: See, Indian Famine Belief; specially 
U I] inked by Government for piidfying 
central division of llpfjcr Buiina, 1884*41(1, 
for P'aiuiiio administrnition hi Burma, 
1801-'i. and for organising Land Settlement 
systein in Lower And Upper Bui'ma ; modal 



Norfolk, s., wm. 



for war sor vices In Bimna, 188»; C.S.L, 
J895; Kaiser- i-Ilind Medal Owt clrts,^), IfHU ; 
.1. P. . Han ts, Pu bUsb*M works— Th <- Loyal 
Karena of BHrma : pamphlet on inditsn 
Cnrrefwu ; and numerous official publi- 
cations, ohiefly on land administration and 
political affaii's, 

Ou54V — Reform, Liberal (Gla-igowK 
Royal and Ancient (St. Andrews). 

Snonrdeni Philip. itiji^kiiarQ. 101IO. 

B. lSfl4, «on ^jf John Snoi.^'don. i'owling, 
Keighley. Ed, Boanl School and privately, 
M, 19<3i>, Ethel, dam of Richard Annakin, 
Harrogate. In Civil Ser\iee, 1886-1903; 
Chairman Independent Labour Partj\ 
mAiS. UnHUecosHfully contested BlaoK* 
burn jltMl)) and Wakeheld (190'/^ L.R.C. 
Member. 

ID Baron's Conrt Itoad. W. Kensington, 
W. 

Soam^tH, Arthur 
UTeliesley* 

B. 18.52, son of William Aldwin and Ijanra 
Sophia Soames, BriKhton. Ed. Brighton 
Coll, and Trinity irolL, C^ambridKe. M. 187li, 
EAcline, dun, of T. Horsman Coh^, Ore, 
Sussex. .Studied archlteetnro under Sir 
jVithnr Blent {icld, A^ILA. ; retired fi-ora 

Fractice, 18y9. Uofinceessfully contested 
pswh.:h (1892 and 1896K 
18 Park C^rc^eent. Portland Place, W. 
C/ni'j.'*— Reform, United lynlvorsity. 

Soat^Ba, Earnest 
Joseph, LiL.D. i>fivon, ikimsUipif, ii«xi, 

B. 18B4. son of J. L. X. Soares, merchant, 
LivcrpiM)!, and Hannali, dau. nf John 
Hollings worth. Ed. privately and St, 
John's CcdL, Cambridge (M.A,, LL.D.). 
M, 1893, Kate Carolyn, dau, of Samuel 
Lord, Ajihton-on-MerHoy, Cheshire. Prac- 
tised as a solicitor in Manchester (retired, 
18^9) ; Pari. Priv. Sec. to Mr. GladEtone, 
1906. 

171 Quoen*s Gate, S»W, : Upoott, Barn- 
staple, 6V«/w— Oxford and Cambridge, 
National Libcnd. 

Splcer^ Sir iloiutioutL Di^rkL uwt-itfoo. 

AlbePt, Bt. Hackiit^)', CcutTAl, 1006. 

B. 1S17. son of Juines Spicer, J.P„ D.L.. 
Woodford, Essex. Ed. Mill Hill and 
Heidelhei-g- M. 1879, Jessie Stewarts daiL 
of D. Stewai't Dykes, Grove Hill, Surrey, 
Partner Jatne^ Spicer & Sons, wholesale 
statione rs and man u f actn rers. Treas u rer 
London MiRsionary Society sineo 1885; 
Chairman Congregational Union of Eng- 
land and Wales, JSiES; Pix-s. Sunday 
School Union, lyOO; l*res, London Cham- 
ber of Commerce (Chairman, 1904); Bt„ 
1900. Unsnccossfully eon tested Ei]ssex, 
Walthamst<nw (188H) and Monmouth 
Di«3triet (MX)— twice). 



LIBEUAI, YEAR BOOK, \9^\H, 



76 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS. 



K 



K^ iwift. 

R. 1^9, 80ti of Gtiorg6 Eaton St^iu^er. 
aurgteon, Nottlugbiun. Kii. jiriv^atAJly tind 
litncoln ColL, Oxford (Seiiior Clas-sical 
ScholarHhip. 1868: Snd daHS, Cla«K- ModH,, 
l&TO; iHi rUsH. Final Clasri. Bobool, 187ii; 
Tanci-ed Ijiw Student, 1871K M. 1880. 
Henrietta Hophia, iIau. of IXov, J. W. 
Green, Rector of March, CaDibs. Called 
to the Bar, lS74i joined Midland Circuit t 
Q.C.. 1895^ Bencher ^Lincoln's InnK 189S; 
RevlBiug B*vrrist«r for Warwickshire, 
IffiW-l ; member Couiicil of tho Bar, li>03-5. 
UiixnuceBrtfuUy oont^sfccd Nottn., Newark 
(l9fKJ-Bj ) and Nottinj^hain, S. iimyu 

Now Coiiti, Temple, K.C. : Hill Brow, 
North wood, Middle.'sex- C7m6— Reform. 

Btanley » A 1 bert* st»fl« k . w . isot. 

B. 18G2. won of Richard and Martha 
Stanley. Kd. damc'ti school and Natianal 
wehooi CJ yearn in all I. M. 18S2* Kllen 
OnionB. Worked in a coal-pit from 
the age of 11 till 3t^ when cripplml in 
an accident; for a Hhort. time in a 
coUlery office- Agent Cannock Chanc 
Miners' Ashoc. since 188fi; Wee. Midland 
Miners' Federation ftincc 1837 : member 
Cannock Hnehool Board for some time: 
member Stafl>a. CC since formation ; for 
many yearn wv*^«^i^l corpespondent Mu»6e 
Sociale, Pai-is; a Primitive Methodist 
local preaoh<*r from e&rlv boyhood ; J.P», 
StafFri, Published work — pamphlet on 
firHt Miners' International Conference. 

Wood!*Lanert, Hedncsford, Sta^n. Club— 
National Tjibeiul. 

Stanley, Hon. JiTtttUP m^ahin!, 

£i3flllpll,> EddUbory, 1B06, 

B. 1875, eldast son of 1-iOrxl Stanley of 
Alderioy. Ed, Et*>n and Balliol Coll., Ox^ 
ford. M» MXI6. Margaret, dan. of H. 
Evaufl-Gordon. Served in South Afi'ica, 
190<Vl ; «3i,lled to tho Bar, IHiJS ; member 
London C, a, 1904-7: I'arK Priv. Sec. to 
Mr. ^^vdney Buxton, PJtifi. 

26 St Leonard '« Terrace, Chel>*ca. 8,W, ; 
Alderiey l^ark. Cbeiford* Crewe. Clitbs— 
Travellert^', Brooke's. 

B. 1851 , son of William Stoadraan, Bhip- 
wdKht, Poplar. Ed. National School. 
Poplar, oTiQ evening school. Battcrsea, 
after linii*hlng apprentica*ihip. M. 1875, 
Jessie WalK Apprenticed to a bai^^e- 
builder, ISflB ; in office of Hearts of Oak 
Benefit Society for 12 rears ; See. Barge- 
builders* Trade Union (25 years), member 
Mile End Vosti-y (12 yoarnl, and Board of 
Guardians i3 yeai>;( ; member London C.C., 
1892-1907; Pres. Tiudes Union CongreAH, 
1908; eloct-ed Sec. Parliamentary Commit- 
tee Tn%de Union CouffresH, 1905: J. P., 
London Co. UnBMceeftBfully fonteHt«4 
Kent, Med way jiaJB). Hammersmith 
(18951. and Tower Hamlets. Stepney (1900). 
Labour Member. 

BI^TboriiionAvenuo, Tnrn hani Greon,W. 



Btawart. Hmlley, Sliiock. iwe: 

B. 1838. Bon of Rev. A. Stewart* Cotujt- 
jui:atiuna1 minlKter, Bamet. JCd. pr 
HchooL M. 1865, Jane, dan. of .!.» 
Atkinson, Upper Norwood. Ti*ftine^ n>r 
t'QjiRTCgationol minintry ; Chairman B. .1, 
Forder & Hon, Ltd.. cement manufactur- 
ors ; Chairman Man^jfleld HouKe Univer- 
kI ty Settlement. U ns ii cco?ififully contested 
Lincfl., Spalding (1885, lSSf>, and 1895) and 
Pet^jrboroiigh 11900). 

The Red Houhc. Harpendon, Horts. C?i 
— ^National Liberah 



WestmorluuL, 
Kend&l, IflOO. 



WeHtmorlaju^^ 

BomerHPt, 8., 18lfc^| 

Sir Edward I 
hrist Church, 'n 

rtiiLTi nf P ft ' 



Stew&rt-Bmltli> Dudl«y. 

B. 1S57» son of Alexander Stewart>Smith. 
London and Hong Kong. Ed. Univer^iity 
Coll and London Univ. (LL.li.). M. 1893, 
Katherinc, dan. of Honry C'autley, Burton 
Pidaoa. Yorks. Admitt<:d a solicitor* IKTS; 
called to the Bar, 1889 ; K.C., 1902. Pab- 
Ikshed work— a tresitiso on Companv Law. 

3 New Square, Lincoln'^* Inn. W.C. : 31 
Norfolk Square. Hyde l^rk, W. Cfutpt 
Reform, Junior Athenteum, WoHtmorI< 
Coimty. 

Btp&ehey, Blp Bd««fd, 

B. la^g, oldeflt Bon of Sir Edward 
Strachcy, I)rd Bt. Ed. Christ Church. 
OxfOMl. M. 1880. Constance, dan. of C. B. 
Braham, and niece of the late Frances, 
C>ounte8H Waldegnive. Lieut, llh Batt 
Somerset Re^t., lK7g-82 - Past Chairman 
Central Chamber of Agricnltn re ^Chaii'mftn 
Pari Com mifcteeh PantPrevi. Briti>ih ' ^ 
Fanners' Asflociat Ion ; A rbf traitor 11 
of Oak BcTieflt Society, Maneht*t*'r 
tkldfellowH Fidelity Guarantee .SoeioP 
and Great We*;tern Railway Friendl 
Society ; carried Outdoor Relief (Friendl 
Societies) Actt 1S94. Post Office Amen( 
mont Act, 1895, and Post Office GuamnttM* 
Amendment Aot, 1898 : Treasurer of the 
Household and reprctsontattve of the 
Board of Agriculture in tho Hoaiw of 
Commons. 1905; J.P., D.U, and C.C.. 
SomorHet^ Lrnsuccosrtfully contested Sont- 
erset, N. (1.SS5) and Plymouth U886). 

27 Cadogan Gattlona, S.W. ; Sutton 
Court, Pcnrtford, Somerset. Clt*b» 
Brooks's, Travellern', National LfberaL 



nd^ 



Tower HunMa. Mto 
End. UMMw 



Strauif Berti*ani 
Stuart. 

R 1867. son of Henry H. Strnup, Vfi 
Con*sul for the Netherlands at ManchcKtc 
Kd. Harrow. Formerly partner Hale i 
Son. Colonial brokern, London (retir 
lB9S|i member London C.C. I8!J8-lf 
(Chairman Bridge** Committee and Cha 
man Hanwell Anylnm Committee fori 
years) : niombor Marylebonc Borouj 
f-^ouncil. UnHuc< essfully couth's ted Mjvi 
lebone. W. (1896^, Tower Hamlet*. 
George H (1HIK», and Tower Hamlet**, T 
End (ISO,!). 

8 Hyde Park Mansions, W. Cttd 
NrUqtva\ VA^m\, FA^Vvty. 



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Stjrauss, Edward „ ^ »„ ^ „^ 
AntWny. **"•»- AMnndon. IBOA. 

B. 1862. Hon of Joneph StrnuKS. Kd. 
King^H t'olU, Ijondoii, micl abroad* Hoji 
merchant: hnj< travelkid uxteuHively ht 
V^T\adi!k^ United States, And Europe. 

49 Grosvenor 8mittre, W, : Kingston 
House, AblDiedon, Berkjiu t"/iif/«— Devon- 
«bire. Bath. NstionaJ Ltbcr&l. 



Ll.^* 






'Tn 

r 



f I So 



H. IS->1. son of Adam Sutherland. Ed. 
Ivjs^iienioiith Public School and Abor- 
detii l.niv. Chairmao l<'ordjce School 
iitjard ; meniber Fordycc Parish Council 
lid B.'i^ff^ih^Tc CAJ. ; keenly intei-ewted in 

ncj^tioiiH of Eflu cation imd Local Govern- 
ment. 

Upper Aird. Port.Hoy, Bji iiffrth i re, C'^ u&— 
Scottish Liberal (EdiobmishL 



I 




Burke, Ib>ten, t'a^jtjftln Mahan, French 
RoA'ohition ; ^^kMiffhtn on Protectitm. 

17D AnhJey Uardeni** HAV, ; Btreatianii 
Tower. Liverpool. €'/m6w— Re fornix Na- 
tional. 



Taylor. John 
Wllkinion. 



B. 1S43, fion of Joseph Gordon Stuart, 
Markinch. Fife, and Catherine, dan. of 
David Booth, Xeu'bnrgh. Kd. privat«l> 
and St. Andrews and t'anibridKo UnivK. 
fSni Wrangler, 18«ft; Fellow Trinity CoiL, 
1867), M. ISlXt. Lftum Klimboth, dan. of 
J.J. Colman. fonoerly M.P, for Xorwirh, 
ProfeABor of Applied Meuhanies. Cam- 
bridge, 1875-89 : founded S>Kteni of Uni- 
verstty K3cten>«itm Teach ihk and the Me- 
chanical Workshops at Cambridge Pub- 
lishod works— puniphlet-s and articles on 
ddticatiortal. Hcieiitihc. and political i<;ub< 
ject^. L'nKueees.4fuIly eontost*^ Coin- 
hrid^ Univerwitv (IflaUli and Shoreditch, 
Hoxton U90U). 

21 Grosvenor Roatl, S.W. : Carrow Ab- 
bey, Norwich. Cft/5— National Literal. 

8mniiierh«ll, Tltomaa* goDd^ri&nd. icnm;. 

B, 1861, son of Thomivs SunjinerhelL 
riUuer. Seaham Harbour. Ed» National 
Srhooi. Seaham Harbour. Printijr; inem- 
Ut Typographical Ai^ociatlon ; late Sec. 
Inulcs t\>nru:n, Sunderland ; member 
iSujuJerlaiid Town Council (late Chair- 
luui Trauiwrtys Committee); a founder 

ibourers' Union of Gt. Brit-ain. L.H*C. 

oiuber. 

II St Vincent Street, Sunderland. 



TmylOTt AUBtln. UTerpool. EMtTaxt«lh.in)t. 

B, 1H58. son uf Ten. Archdeacon Taylor. 
D.D. Ed. Liverpool Coll. and Corputi 
Christ! ColL, Camhrtdge (B.A.. 1880U M. 
1888. Lucia (d. nm\, dan. of Edward 
Wh!tAker» Liverpool. Partner Hugh 
EvanH & Co.. sliipownera, Liverpool^ 
member J>ivGrpool City CminciLiyfi-a and 
lOOl-^ (ChnJrnj/i/i Housing Coimjiittoe. 
^: Joined Llbei-al Party, WOfk J^uh- 
" watts — addrmftOH on Kilmund 



rJnrhnLin, 



Regain work at ninoj appren- 
welve art a blacksmith: after- 



B. ISfjl. 
ticed at 

wurdH worked in a collier v ; See. Durhj 
Mechanics" Aftsociation. LR,C. Mernli 

Dipton, S.O,, Durham, 



T&ylor, Thaodor^ Luum.. ludcune-ttim- 
Coo k e« Vimtwartli. i EXio. 

B. 1850, 8on of Jt>j*hn» and Alice Taylor, 
Hatley. Ed. Bat ley Gram. Sohool und 
SilcoAtan School, Wakefield. M. 1S74, 
Sara Jane. dao. of W, J. P. Ingrahnm, 
PhiliMlelphia, U.S.A. Entered hiH father s* 
and HncIcN' woollen cloth manufacturing 
hUf^incKH, IKfill. becoming head of it in 1^1 
and sole proprietor in 1892; e?it4iblish<xl 
in 1896 a pi-oflt-shnrinig t«chem© in which 
all clafiscH of ernployiiH shano. 

Sunny Bimk, Batley, CfTi6 — National 
LiberaL 

Tetmant^ Sir BdwaFd „ ,. 

Pn&UlX, Mt, a«ii-biarT.190fl. 

B. \mA, mn Qt Sir Charles Tennant. Bt. 
Ed. Eton and Trinity ColL. Cambridge 
(M.A.. 188.1T. M. imd, F*araela, dan. of 
Hon. Percy Wyndhaui, Read for the liar; 
Priv. Sec. to Sir (leorKe Trevelyan %vhen 
Sec. for Scotland. 1S92-5 ; J. P.. Wilt**.* 
D.L.* PcebJeHKliire. Unsuece«Kftilly con- 
tOMted Lanark, Partick |lfift2) and Peeble«- 
Hhii'e and Selkirk«h!re \lim\. 

34 Queen Annen Gate, S.W.; Wikford 
Manor, Salisbury ; The Glen, luncrleithtiti. 
C7iit -Bi*ook'**H, 

R 1885, son of Sir Charles Ten nan t., Bt. 
Ed. Eton and Trinity t'olL, Cambridge. 
M. (IstJ 18S9. Helen (d. lifihfl. dau. of Mwor 
Gordon Unit, of Drnnunuir; and I2nd) ISIS, 
Margaret Edith Ahrahanii, H.M. Super- 
inteiiding Insnector of FactoricH, dau. of 
George Whitley Abmham, Rittbgar. co. 
Dublin, Priv. Sec. to Mr. Asquitli when 
Home Secretary. V^iH ; Sec. Uliit^ Lead 
Committee, iHyS; Chairman DangerouB 
Ti-aden t ommfttoe, lSi»5-a 

3S1 Bruton Htrect. W. ; Hutton Cawtle, 
Berwick - on - Tweed. CiitbH — Brookt^'n, 
National Libcn%l, Cosmopolitan, ScottiKb 
Liberal ^Edinhurghl, New (ICdlnburifh), 
Liberal {Olasgowj, ■ 

IKW. 

K Thoriiaw, J. P., 
Ef.1. CUflon <B.A., 



I 



i 



ThoiAAS, JLhfll* KtGi 

E. ISlg, son of T. 
Trehale, Pembroke. 



London CuW-V M., \«\^, ^VeM»\^ V?)^. >S^>> 
da\i, of it^ftmuA ^qXhSl. ^^aSi^s*^. \ft N^a^^^^ 
1873; iomoa S. NNftXfe* ^T'^-V^'=^1^..^xl.; 
culU ;Uc., \«fif,mvxev^ V ^^^^.^(^v^^ v.^xv^v^ 



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78 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



IIBB : t'haifiiiaii 1 Pembrokeshire Quarter 
SeRsfonej; J.l\, IJeiiibmknrthirc. 

Cornwall Gaiaeiis, S. KoiiNiiiKtoii, W. 
Cf«b/<r— Rcforiii, Xatiunal Libcml, Albe- 
marle. 



cifcor to tkmHorvative Land Society and 
hoii. Bolitiitor to XHtional l-'aotpath Pre- | 
nervation ScK^iety, 

2 youthwick Cmsccnt, Hvdc3 Piwk^ \\\\ 
115 St. Jamo.s'6 Court, WcHtminHtor, S,W. 
VlubH- BiymlWn, Xational Liberal, KigJity, 



I Tliomai. Slp Alfred. ^^*^*'^^^^^^'^-^ 

' B. 1^0, HON of D. ThoiJiaw. Periylaii, 
t'lirditf, A rctlrod iiitjrcharit ; Muyor. 

i CarcUtf, 18^2 ; received frcedooi of Carditf, 
1^; wsiH Pres. BapHwt Uni*m of Walew; 
PreR. S. Wales Utiivei-rtity Coll.; Koec. 
-Sir G, O. Morgan as Cbfiirman Wolrtb 
liberal ParliamcoUiry Paity, 18S«; Kt. 

I 1^02 ; J, P., t'ardllf and Glamorganshire ; 

I D.L„ Glamorganshire* 

Bronwydd, Cardltr. CVitfafl— Dovonshire, 
Reform, Xational LiberaL 



B. 18.j6, Hon of Samuel Thoinae, Yhku- 
borweti, Abcrdare. Ed. privately, and 
GonvilLc and Caiuj* Col., Cambridge 
(Matbeniatical Scholar of Je^iUH and Caius 
Collti. ; B,A. Mathematical HonB., 1880 ; 
M.A.. 1883), M. 1882, Sybil Mar^raret, dan. 
of George Augustus Haig^, Penilhon, Rad- 
nornliire. Partner Thomas &: Davoy, 
collier \ aienUs, Cardiff; Pros. S. WaloB 
Liberal Ked.. 189.1-9^ lYe«. Cardtlf Cham- 
ber of Commcruc, ISSo ; uicrahtfr Ad\iBor>- 
Committee to Intelligence iJept,, Boai'd of 
Trade; secured highc-Jt perccntngts of 
registered eiectorti In Englund and Wale?» 
both in \mi and 1901>; XP.. Glamorgan- 
shire and M oil moil thsh ire ; D.L*. Glamor- 
ganftliire. Publiniicd workri-papei's and 
articles on economic quedtions, 

122 Ashley Gardens, S.W. ; Uanwem 
Pai^k, near Newport^ Monmouthshire. 
Cluba — EeforniT Devonshire, National 
Liberal. 



Thomaaaon, Franklin. L«kit!A«ir, isoe. 

D. 1873, «on of J. P. Thomaswon, formerly 
M.P. for Bolton, and Katliarine Lucas 
Thomasson, niece of John Bright- Kd, 
nrivately. M. 18115, KMzabelh Lawton 
Coffin, Now York* Founder and pra- 
prietor of the Ti^ibune. Unfiuccestifully 
contc8t*jd Liinci*.. West Houghton (1900) 
and Uvncs., Strtitftml {IIXU). 

3« Gloucester Square, W. ; Hallrtt'eads, 
near Penrith. C/i/Ei,'* — Xational Liberal, 
Automebile. 



ThORipson, John ^ * t? i*wi 

WlUlam Howard. »««Kr*et, E, Iflofi 

B. ISfiL HGii of Guwtavus ThompsoD. 

HoUcitor, London. Ed. privates Hcfaool 

and Whiti^tt .School, Croydon. M. ISW, 

/ Au/^/nett^ Ehdcn^ dau. of T. .J. Keene, 

/ J^Hboroiig-b Court, BomevAGt. Admitted 

f H Hoiieit<}i\ imS; jjurtoer GuhIuviih 

rnompson Sc Si>nif, London; formerly aoli- 



ThoFn^i IfiTllllam 

Jam mL west haki, s, , im, 

Ji 1S<>7, 8on of Thomai^ and Emma 
Thorac, bricktteld worker**. Kd. none, 
Begai} work at nix ; founder Gas Workers' 
LUijoii of which he hat« been Qeneml Secu 
since 1889; ha:^ att^irMlcd five InternatioDal 
CongreHHew ; member Parliamtjnt-ary Com- 
inittoo Trade Union Congi'ess dnee liJM; 
See. International Conirree^t London, 1896; 
sent to AmeiiCii by Trade Union Congrtss. 
1888; member West Ham Town Council; 
Joined Social 1 (cmocratic FGdenitioe, I8S4. 
Unsucce*wfu!ly contiiJ^trCd We«t Ham, & 
iimOl L.R.C. Member. 

1 I^wrence Road, Upton Manor, Essex. 

TlUett, LouIb John* Nurtddi. umm. 

B. I8fi5, tn^uidson of Jacob Henry Tillott, 
formerly M . P. for X or wic K Ed. p ri v a tel y. 
M. 18JJ6, May (d. IBteK *lau. of Jamty^ 
itceve. Adudtt^'d a wolicitor, 1889; mffu 
her Norwich Town Council Mince 18:)0» 

Catton, Norfolk. 



Tomklnson, James. a^iMiiire. c»we, i& 
B. IHKJ, son. of Col. William Tomklm 
and SuKan, dau. of Tliouian Tariot 
Bolertwortli c:aHtle, Clieshire. Ed, Ri 
and Balliol Coll., O-xfoi-d (B.A. 1863). 
1871, Eimly Kntnces (d. 11M16), dam of .„ 
Geo. Hudson Palmer, Bt^, Wanlip Hatt, 
Lciecstor. .\ Iwmktjr in London, 18IJ7-79; 
imrtner \Villiam.s&; Co., Old Bank, Chesiter^ 
1879-97, until itn absorption by LloydB 
Bttnk, of whieh he is a Director ; M^g. and 
Hon, Lt.-CoL Earl of i'hcstci-'s Imperial 
Yeomanry, wliicli he joined in 1866 Iru- 
tired, 1906) ; Alderman and tirst Vice- 
Chairman ChcHbire CC'. ; J.R and D.L,. 
Cheshite. Published woi^k— /iii^iri/ of a 
Caviifrif 0£if^cr, lSOn-l.'> (editor), Uuriuc- 
ctiHsfully contested Clit^^shire, W. a^h. 
t heshiro, Wirral 11885), Chewhii^, l*:4idis 
bury I1S86 and 18921, atid Warwickshiir, 
N.t!. [mm, 

WilMngbon Hall, Tarporloy, Cheshire; 
BrnnHwick Houne, Cromer. Cfitth'i 
Mrookti's, N'^ational Liberal. Bath. 



11)06. 



Torrance, Sir Andreinr 
Mitchell. 

IL 181h'>. ,Kon (if John and Jane Tonaii_ 
CTmmt>t'k, Ayishire. Ed. Parinh Scho 
and clasHos in Glajsgow and London, _ 
1870, Hora Weir, dam of John r>rummon _ 
CwwivwiW. Partner Miller, Son. & Tt>p» 
I nincG, wwsWw a.wi\ Vct^it*. vawwAti^titurmi, 




XflBEHAI* ITSAK B^OK, \WS^. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



m 



[dcc cTGatlon in 1889 ( Deputy - 
W07; Vice-ihairmnn. IJJTJO; 
1901>; Mayor I^Mu^ajii, 1903; 
Ufn»ucce«i«fiilly cont-tistcd Ih- 

J, HiMThbiiry QiiiLdmut, X. 
iofial LtberaL City Liberal, 

if Councillor Qemt^v Toul- 
iton. Eel. Prey ton Gram, 

_S, Mary Klimbctli, ilau. 

Iston. Partner Geo. Toulndn 
tpriotors of Lumyrjihire Dailu 
yn Gu4trdian^ and Btackhnra 
e-Chairman Pi'oston Boani of 
J. P., Countv of L*iiif4iKter ami 
Preston. UiiHUccessf ully t-oii- 

•gate, Pro8tx)n. Chthn — Na- 
•al. Eighty. 

l6Rt «on of Rt Hon. Sir O. O. 
St., Mbntesnian and writer, and 
m. of R, N. PhiiipH, M.P> fnr 
Hnrrow and Trinity t'oll. 
M. 1904. Mary JCnthiiiniif, 
H«*yh Bell Bt. Sl^c. U. L^rd 
Lord Lio»it of Ireland, imi'A ;- 
indon Suhod BoattL mMi-7 ; 
imi>*sioacii-, 1906 ; J.I^ and CC, 
•land. Un«ncceKHfnlly oon- 
MjtU, X. flSiJo). 

CoUcjire Street, Wostminsiter, 
», Xortinimbci'land. Chtha— 
National Liberal. Newcastle 



r» of John \JTi\ HtjlenHbiirKh. 
V iiiiid Erlinbutr^h Utiivi*. M. 
pet Mnclktwall, dau. of Tho- 
, Helen sburKb. An artvo- 
»r-Uener&l for Scotland, IflOS : 
lla«gow. Un»*ntiteriH fully uon- 
isMre, W. Wmii and iJnlitli- 

Row, Edinburgh. Cluhn — 
Jbcrai, Bath, Aiitomn' '^ 
-t, Ranelagh, SeottiHb Lr 
. Uberal ^Glasgow), W . 
toyal Xorthum Yacht, lir-^wn 



^ederick 



Unckn.. Buektn^liniiv 



I of Kt. Hon. Sir Harrv Yvv- 
-Harrow and Christ tlnireb, 
1870, Maude, dim. of .Sir John 
v., fit tW/t'rf to the mr. 1873; i 
Loffntkm, ISKf fCimtiHeihtr . 



fully 13011 tc>i tod Kent-, Tvin bridge BBS5), 
Bath UiWei. Norwich (1896). and Liverpool, 
ExehajiKO \limh 

I'l C'onuanght Place. W. (Ttifi*— Trav- 
uUers', Brooks's, National Liberal. 



Brtitliton. 1W6, 



VmioTM, £pneBt 

h. 1863. son of Kev. Charlos Villiers, 
lat4) Roetor of Croft, Yurks,, and nephew 
of IjOnl Amherst of Hftcknev. lid. Cam- 
bridge Univ. 1M.A.K M. IbUH, Hon. Elaine 
UncHt, dau. of Loi-d Wimborno, 

22 Adolaidu Crencont, Brighton, Club— 
Arthur's. 



BirkvnUead, 1006. 



Viirl&a, Henry 
Harvey. 

n, mm, Hon of William Honrv awl 
Mary Vivian. ¥k\, Xatiooal StTbooIs. M. 
1894, Helen SiurKetjn. Memtier Pimlico 
Branch Amalgamated Society of Car- 
pen tors and Joinors ; Sec. I^Wur Coimrt- 
Ticrship Atwociation sinre 1891 ; founder 
and Chairman Copartnership Tenants 
Housing Council, l^^iling Tenant*, Ijt<L, 
and othor Copartnoi-ship Tenantj^ Associ- 
ations ; Editor iMbour topitrtfurskip, 
Laboiir Member. 

H Bloainsbury Square, W,C. 



Yorka., UnUauifi^idLre, IflOS. 



WadswoFtli, 
John. 

B. 18^>(J, son of H. Watls worth. Kd, 
Bi-amnton SiJiool. M- lH72t Annio Eliza 
Bell, Now begin, near SbofHold. Began 
work in a coal mine while a boy ; check- 
welgbrtian, 1KS3-11J(I4 ; Sec., l^i-es., and 
Dclegato Wliarnclitre Silkstone Branch 
Yorkshire Miners' Asaoc. for 'if) years; 
Pros, (1904-5) and General and CoMHi^pond- 
ing See. iUVM]} Yorkshire Miners' A shop., of 
\%*nich he had been Vicc-Pi'oti. for 15 yeani. 
Liibour Member. 

Westmiuhter Palaoe Hotel, S,W. ; SHud- 
dei>;llehl Road. Barn**loy. 



Lck«b>nililr0. Melton, iflofi 



Walker, Henry 
de Rosantiacft. 

B, 1867, 3on of \L K Walker, .Sbooter*B 
Hill, Kent Ed. Winchester and Triaifcy 
t^olL , Cambrid go . M . 1 IHXJ, M and Eleanor, 
dau. of Rev. Ih \V. Chut*^, Rector of Sher- 
borne h?t. .John, liasing>itoke. Clerk in 

V.reiL'ii Oftlte, 1889-92; Priv. 8ec, to ParL 
i . Local Government Board, U^5; bus 

ilvcIKmI in CaDfwla, .\iistralia, Xcm' Zea- 
land, aiid Woi^t IndioH. Published works 
—Au^traiasian Democmcu ; Thr H'eM 
Indita atul the Kmpir<i^. unsuccoHsfiilly 
contested Suffolk, StowTuarket (18951 and 
Plymouth {mm. 

Melton Lodge. Swanage. Dorset- Clitbs 
— St> James's, National Liberal. 

Begati Moi'k \n a liimV mmft v<\vtt\\\wAxWi\\^^ 



l^WmBAU YEAR BilOK:, 190B, 



so 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Fodoration (Wiganh Into nicnibcr Miners' 
C'onciliatlon Bmrd; ox-Prot*. WitJait IHh- 
Lrict Trades CoiiiifiL ]#.lLr. Member. 
8 S win ley Koad. Wign.ii. 



BheffleU, Biigbleiden 1000. 



VTalterfl^ Jobn 
Tudof* 

R ]8fiB. Hon nt John Tiidor Walters. 
Ed. Clitbtroe Ciraui. Soliuol. M. 1888, 
PUi^sabeth, dau. of AVilliam Hill, L*?if^iHtGr. 
Architect and survfi^koi-; membor Lei- 
coHt-crTown t'ouncil since IKlltl ^f 'biiinnan 
Kdutsatioti Committee ). 

3 Whitehall Court.. S.W. ■ Gmnville 
Houw, Leicester* Oicb.s— Naliynal LibtiitU, 
Leicestorflhirc, 



Iiceds, B., 1092. 



i 



Walton, Sir John 
LaiHFBon, K.C. 

B, 18.52. fion of Rev. John Walton, ex- 
Pre«» \V'eHle>»n Confei^ncet and Emnm^ 
dau. of Roy. Thomas Harris. Ed. Mer- 
chant TxivlorH' t?i':hoot Great Crosby, 
Jjaiicrt., ana London Univ. M. 1882, Joanna 
M' Neil age, dau. of Robert Redder wick, of 
tho Ghtsf/oir Otfijscn. Called t^ the Bar, 
1877; q.V,, 1890; Bencher (Inner Temple), 
1897 ; Attiirnoy-Geneml for England. IS^l'i. 
lJiiBUccc«Hfull3^ contested Lectdsf, Central 

{mm, 

42 Great Cumberland Place, W. : 
Coornbe Hill. Butler'^ Cfowh, Bucks. Chtbs 
— Brooks'*?. Reform. 



W&lion, Joseph i Ynrha., Bamftley, 1«»7. 

B, l!iii), son of Joj^eph Walton, Fros- 
terley. Ed. luivatcly. M. 1880, Faith, 
dan. of Robert Oill, Mlddlesboro". Began 
commercial career in Middlesboro' in cc«il 
and allied Inidei*, 1870 ; retired from active 
participation in bnsinesa on entering Par- 
liament, 18R7; ha« tJU\elled ext-onKively in 
Persia, India, Burma, China, Japan, Africa, 
and X. America; J. P., Mlddlesboro' and 
YorkK., N. Riding : DX^, Yoiks., N. Rid- 
ing. Fiiblished work— The China Crisis 
(1900^. tTjisiieco.ssfully contested Yorks., 
BoncaHter (18951- 

Reforra Club, Pall Mall. S.W, ; Rush- 

?oot Hall, Saltboru-by'the-Soa. Yorks. 
;V«bfl— Rcforni, National Liberal. 

Ward, Jolm. BUA»-oii-Trtnt, Iflofl. 

R iSftff, son of agricultimtl im-rent*^. Md. 
by himftelf. M. 1892, Lillian, dan. of 
George Gibb.*. Winslow. Bucks. Ha*^ 
worked as a navvy all hi« life ; employed 
on many important pnblie vvork><, iuclnd- 
ing Atanchestor Ship Canal and Suakini 
and Berber Ftaihvay (Silver Miidal and 
Clasij), i^naklni, 188.*i ; Khedive's Brouao 
Starf ; Chief Oftlccr Navvies' TiMule Union 
eliice 1889. Published works— paraphlotK 
on -srwrnl subjef t-i^. Ijfibour Membor. 
iJfc? JCItuaJel^h Rood, Kafei; Hill, Wands^ 
woath, & W; 



S<»aUuun|yUai. IflOH. ^H 



Ward, William 
Dudlfiy* 

B. 1877. 8on of W, H. Dodley Ward and 
Hon. Eugenie Violet Brett, dan. of Ist 
Lonl Kftber. Ed. Eton and Trinity CoU., 
Cambridge. C-aUed t« lh*s Bar, mu ; Pari. 
l*riv, Stic, to Mr. Lewis Ilarcourt. 

14 Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, W, CI 
— WindhivTu. 






Wardle, Oeortf€ Jairtes* BUK-kiM^H:, loos, 

B. 18Rn, son of George and Ella Wardle. 
Ed, elementary tithool>5, chiefly We*ileyaii 
Day School, Keigbley (three scnolarshipa>. 
M, 189«, A tin Matilda, dnii. of John 
Terry. Keigbley. Half-timer in woollen 
facitorv when eight years old, full-timer 
when thirteen ; entered Midland Railway 
service an clerk when fifteen ; edited local 
Labonr Journal for fonr yearn ; editor 
Raihruy Review Kince IS9S ; Fellow In 
rttitute of Journalifitft. Published work — 
Probtcvis of the AifC (poems), L.R.I 
Member. 

251 Gmy'slnn Road, W.C. ; 107 Brownll 
Road. New Sotttligate, N, 



k-'j 



Warlntf, G&pt. Walter. BnnflraMir, 1907. 

E. 1876, 80n of ChaHcs Waring (formerly 
M.P. for Poole) and Charlotte, dan. of Sir 
George Denys, Bt«. Dray cot t, Yorku. Ed. 
Eton. M. 1901, Uidy Clementine Hay, 
dan. of 10th Marqnoji*5 of Tweed dale. 
Joined lat Life Guai-ds. 18if7 ; served in 
South African War. 1899-19(10 < medal and 
six clasps; mentioned in despatch e*th 
Captain. ISHM (retired, 1906) ; Mai^ter of the 
Hor^e ki IjOrd Lieutenant of Ireland, hM>: 
Capt. Lothian and Berwickshire lni)>erial 
Yeomanry; J. P., Berwickshire. I iir^uc- 
ceH>i;fully contettted WigtownHhii*e (IJMfi), 

y Grosvenor Phice, S.W. ; Lennel, *'old- 
streanj, Berwickshire, C/itfci«— Bachelor^*, 
TiuTcllers'. 



StiiffiL, UchfteW. 



Courtenay Tbeydon 

B. 1857, flon of Edward WaiTicr (formerly 
M.P. for Xor\vi«^ti}, Higham, Woodford, 
Essex. Ed, Kton and Brasenose ColL, Ox- 
ford- M. 1S8J, Lady Lendiu Uinna, dau- of 
Earl dc Montalt, A large landowner in 
Walthanistow and Ley ton, and Snlfolk; 
Chairman Warner Estala Co. and Tot- 
tenham and Forest Gate Co.; Director 
IjUav Land Co. ; CoL 4th Oxfordsbiro UL 
Infantry; member Essex C.C'.» 1889-19»I; 
High .SherifT E.^es. 1891 ; J.l\, Somerset 
Unf^iicccs-sfully contested Coventry (1885) 
and Sonierset X. (ISas). 

,t6 Cadogan Sqinii*, S.W,; Bretteniiaia 
Park, Sntrolk. CVm6«— Reform, Union, 
Bachelors', National LibertvL 



Waaon, 
Bf. Hon. 

Bugeno. 

B. IMS, son of Rigby Wawon. M.P. for [ 
\ IpavfteVi. Kd. Riigby and Wadbam ColL, 



A>nhire, a,, ises-d. 
AvjnbiTti^. a.., 1863.5. 
ClaiikumiiiiajA and "Elnuyta, 1899. 



XtBKKAT. Yl^AB- WK>K, \WVi, 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



811 



Oxford (M.A., 18T0). M. 1S70. Eleanor Mary* 
dau. of Clmrle»( Reyrioldt* WilliauiH, Dol- 
melynllyii. Dolgelly. Called l-tj thu Bar, 
1^; for 80tu6 tbue a member of ftrni of 
Wiluani^ & James, solicitors! foriii«rly 
AsBiatant Examiner Incoirio rated law 
8ociety : re-admitted a me Diner of the Bar» 
IBSR^ but does not practise *, han travellefl 
twice round the world ; RC\, m\7 ; J.R, 
AjT. UnsnccessfullT contested Ayrnhire^ 
8. a88fiandl895>. 

8 Sussex Gai'dens, Hyde Park, W.; Blair, 
Itailly. S,0., AyrHbire* Wi/i).'*— Reform, 
Un ion» Libenil ^FkUnhurg-ii), Liberal (Glas- 
gowX 

^STScmS. O'J^iey and Sbetlatid, IflOO. 

R 1848, son of Rigby Wawin, M.P. for 
Ipewjch. Ed, Laleham and Rngby. M. 
1874, Aliee Seymour, dan. of Edvvm-d Bell, 
C.E. Went to New Xeivland and on gained 
in fiirmtngr, li^67 : elected to New Zealand 
F^liament, 1876 ; rcslj^M J879 ; re-elected, 
18^ ; defeated IBi^, reelected 1896 ; called 
to the Bar, 1887 ; elected for Orkney and 
Shetland a.s Libeml Unionist, 19<)0; left 
piirty on Edncation Bill and Irif+h AdminiH- 
tration. 19(>2; i-ewixned seat and was re- 
elected a*t LiheraL 

40 Grosvener Hood, S.W. i Craig, Ayr- 
shire. CVttfwi— Reform, Union^ 



lalmplon, N.,1900. 



Watdrlow, I>avld 
Sydney* 

B. 1857, son ef Sir Sydney Wnterlow. 

FA. private scbools at Northampton and 

} ■ nnne. M. 1883, Edith Enmia. daiL of 

MaiUitnd* formerly in ember London 

: Board. Formerly Director Watcr- 

lu^v rt: Snni^, Ltd., i>rintert5 Iretired ISfJS) ; 

] iJirector Improved Industrial Dwellings 

Co. since 1885; member London VX\ since 

1898. 

38 Cornwall Ciardons,, South Kensington, 
8.W. C/iifx*- Reform, National Liberal, 
Eighty, Automobile. 



OlAHfrow, ColU^jje. lOOfi. 



Watt, Harry 
AndfiFBOn. 

B- 1863, son of GeoiKO Henry Watt, mer- 
chant, Glasgow, and Elizabeth Taylor, 
dan, of James Anderson, Glasgow. Ed. 
Glasgow High SchooL Bellahouston Acad- 
emy, GlasRow, and Glawgow Univ. ^M.A.). 
M. 18^1, C^iroline Egerton. dan, of James 
Frackelton, Dunmnrry, Antiim. In busi- 
nees in Glasjrow for seventeen yearn; 
c^alled to the Bar, 1896 ; J. P., Arg? llKhiro. 

Ardcsn^tlate Mnui^o, Hunter'-* Quay, 
Argyllsliire; Rhuvaur, Bridge of Weir. 
Ren fi'ew shire. CZi/i»K— National Liberal, 
Liberal (Glasgow |, Scottish Libei-al {Edin- 
burgh), 

W«d^WOOd| JOBlah Ncff^caiitk>-andel>^ 

Clement. LjTnp,i906. 

B. 1872, son of C F. Wedgwood, Master 
Potter of Etrurin, and Kinily Catherine, 
idfiter of Lord Kendel. and grcat-grent- 
grandson of Jomnh IVed^wooa, the cele- 



brated potter, Ed. Cliften, Germany, and 
R.N,C., Greenwich. M. 1S»4, Ethef, dan. 
of l/ord iiistit'e Bo wen. A naval arehitoot 
nnd onKineer ; Asnietj^ Constnn^t<or Royal 
(•orpK of Naval Constrm^tors, 1S95-0J 
Naval Ai-ehitect, Elswi* k Shipynrfi, 1896-9; 
Capt R,A. (temporary) Els wick Bntterv 
in S.A, War. 19nO-i ; Resident MagiHtrnto, 
Ermclo, Transvaal, l&Oi-ii Pari, Prlv. 
Sec. tn Mr. Runciman, 1906. 

ModdershaU, Stene, Statfs. C^w 6 — Na- 
tional Liberal. 



Weir. James 

Galloway* 



RiHH ond Criunarty, 19M. 



B. 1839, son of James Ross %Veir and 
Margaret, dau. of D. McLaren, Porth- 
*ihire. Ed. Dollar Aciidemy. M. (Int) IfifO, 
Mary Anne (d. ISlfJi, dau. of George Drt>ih, 
Eriffhton; and (2nd! 1898, MaHon Jtdly. 
Retired nuuinfaclnrer; member Com- 
mittee Scottish Corporation : formerly 
member Committee National Liberal Club 
and Ijondon C.C. (18SiS-5|: J.P„ London Co. 
Unsneeefy^ifiilly contcjfsted Falkirk District 
(1885). 

4 Frognal, Hampstead, N,W. Club— 
National Liberal. 

wmtbread, Samuel Sff^i:;^?}^^;?*^*; 
Howard, ^SlS' ^"^*^^^*""^' 

B. 1858, son of Samuel Whi thread, for- 
merly M.P. for Bcdforti, and l^idy Isabella 
Pelhani, dan. of 3rd Loin:1 Chichester. Ed. 
Eton and Trinity Coll., Cambridge. M. 
19fW, Madeline, dau. of M^MorHon. Edward 
Bourke, and niece of 6Lh Ijord Mjiyo. 
Assist Priv. i^ec, to I^ord North brook 
when First Lord of the Admiralty, 1880-2, 
and to Sir V. K«y Shut tie worth when 
Chancellor Duchy of Lancaster, 1888 ; 
Aldemian Beds, C.C. (ChairTuan Ednoft- 
tion and Ijicensiiig Committees); Deputy 
Chairman Beds. Q^ii^rter Sci^wions. Cti- 
snccesKfvilJy contested Lanes,, Bootle (1S35I. 
Hunts,, Huntingdon (1802), and Bedford 
(18961. 

11 Mansfield Street, C'avendish Square, 
W. €7«6^— Brooks's, Travellers'. 

Wlilte, Blr George, Norfolk, n.w.,j wo. 

B. 1840, son of ThomaK and Mary Wlilte, 
Bourne, Line?*. E<L Bourne Gram. School. 
M. ISO, Anne (d. 1888), dan, of Hen it 
Ransom e, Norwich- Began as junior clerk 
in leather and shoe mannfiictnring bUHi- 
ness, Norwich, IS-SR; partner, 1872, and now 
Chairman of Co, ; Pres. Baptist Union, 
WtyrU ; KL, 19rf7 ; Alderman Norwich f^ity 
Council, of which ho has boon member 
2.T years ; member Norwich Seho<il Board 
fnr 30 Tears (Chairman for 15 yean^) ; 
Sheriff, S^orwich, 1888 : J.P., Norwich. 

The Gmnge, En.ton, Norwich. Ofnft*— 
Reform, National LiheraL 



DurabftrtoTiatiirfr, lOOG. 



White, Jamee 
Dundas. 

B. 180fi, son of John Ort \\lvlte- Ed. 



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LLJJ.). M. imu Lydm Unuw, diiij. of Rev. 
R. Haythornthwaita^ Yiv&v of CUeator 
Moor. Cikllvd kt the liir. IWiL Piiblirthcd 
workH — U"eiitiHt>,s on Uus Mt^rrluint fcShiij- 
ping ActH iiruJ the Murine Insuiuncii Act ; 
Kecmamif IdeaiH : Ixhnut ticoHftmif, /jtintl 
attfi lAtbonr; imd iiiimerouH |miiiphlot*i 
liiid artk'loH oti euunumic, lt;Kal. imrt naut- 
itirtl Hubj«<jitH. 

3 l^iipei" HuildiritfH/rumplo. MC; AOClnn- 
riearile GardisiiH* W. tYM^,**— Roforiu., Xa- 
tioiiul Liberal Eighty, Liboiul (Glaatgow). 

Wlllta, Luke. Vorku,. Backrow; iiw* 

B, 184o, t<oii of JaineH White, Del^btoii 
Grove, near York- Ed* Fosd Bridt^e 
JSchool, York. M. 1888, dau. of A. Wood 
York. Admittad a Holicitor, 1874; for- 
merly Chainnan School Board and Urban 
IHHtrirt C"oiin*'iI; County Alrtorman until 
a T> pointed Coronoi' for Yorks,, KaHt Riding;, 
a po-it -it ill hcltl : J. P., Yorkw., EsihI Ridiog. 
JnijK of t'ourt HotoU Holboni, W.C. ; 
Drimold, i'last YorkK. t7ni/- National 
LibcnLl. 



Ki*«*x, ».£., IflOO. 



y 



WliltQhead, Rowland 
Eld ward* 

B. iai3» Hon of Sir Janies Whitehead^ Bt,, 
formerly M.l*. for LeicoHl^^r. Kd. t'lifton 
and Utdvorsity ColL. Oxford ("2nd t!lrt>iH 
ClaHHiml Mods., 1883; iRt CHatw Final His- 
tory Mthool 1886; M.A.I. M. 1803, Kthel 
Mary Loonlo, dau, of Philip H. lijithboiie, 
J. P.. Liverpool. Callud to the Bar, 1888 
(Equity PrtKeijian, IKH*!): Lect:tirer Intior- 
porat^id Ijftw Hofiioty, 18i0O-2 ; practises in 
tlrttlway CommixKion Court and Chancery 
Division : Membor Council Clifton Coll.; 
ParL l*riv. Sec to Mr. Herbert Samuel, 
IWlfl. Un^uccetwf ully cont«flted Efl.s«x, S, E, 

8 Orove End Road, SL John's Wood. 
N.W. 

Wliitflleyi Rt. Hoiii Stockport, iftas-iiwo. 

George. York*.. Fudney. IBOO, 

B, 1855, Kon of G. Whiteley. Halifax. 
Ed. foreign J^chool?4 and Zurich Oniv. M. 
1881, dau, of William Tatter^ai, J.P* and 
C.C., Blackburn and Milnthorpe ; J. P., 
HantH; C'onscrvativc M.P., Ht€M;k]iortU893- 
lWf\\ ; returned an Liberal, Yorkw., Pudftey 
( miOil Patron aije Sec. to Tmmury, 1!I05; 

SI Pdnce's Gato, S,W,; Hawks tone 
Park, Bhrope*hiKi; St. Anthony'?*. Miln- 
thorpe. ClutM-Retoim. Kafcional Liboral. 

Wliltley, John Henry. UaMux, iwoo. 

B. 18«t. *«on of X. WTiitlcy. Halifax. 
Ed. Clifton utmI London Univ. M. 1802, 
Marjfherita, dau, of Giuiio Marchetti. A 
cotton -Mpinner; i* Junior Lord of the 
Treasury . IUU7; J. P., Halifax and Yorks., 
West H/f?mir* 
'«^^'^^- •^^ft^i^*'- f'onrt. Btit'king-ham Gate, 




Whittaker, Sir 
ItiDznaa PaJnner. 

B. 1M30, son of Thonuxs \V1 

S^arborong-h* Md. Huddci-Nlicld l 
M. 1874, Enuna Mary, dau, of L'apU' 
TheedaJii, Scarborough. In thui 
waro trade until 1882; riew!?pa|$ 
pHetor and editor, imiAti; Chaim 
Managing THrector Unit-ed H^ 
Terapeiunoe and Genoi^al Pi!^ 
Ini^titution ; muinbcr Royal Coioj 
on Lice using I^wh, lffift-9; ISi 
PubliKhed works — numerouja pa| 
and articles on economic, »tntintJii 
Hocial sobjcctss. ] 

13 Taviton JSLreet, Goydoo Sqimfl 
Of m6— National Liberal. 1 

Wiles, Thomas. i*iiiigton. 9 

B. IBfil, fioa of JoKepli Wik'js, St. ^ 
Ed» Aniemham Hall School. 
VYlnlfred, dau. of Rev. Harris Ci 
Senior partner Joseph Wiles & ^ 
merchants, London; member LondS 
and Baltic Sblpplng Exeliange^ ; ti 
London C.C, 1896-1907 a^Yogresfirvft 
Organizer of L.C.C. Electiaiu; in ^ 
IflOT for whole of London). j 

5 Aubrey Eoad, Holland Pai 
C/u&a— Reiomi^ National Liberal, 

Wllkle, Aleicai^der. ironJe^ 

B. laoO, flon of William Wilki( 
Public School, Fife. M. 1872,. 
iSmillic* Oonenil Sec. AHsociatal 
wrightt-' Society; member Newca 
Tyno City Council; member Mo< 
duBtrlal Coniniirti^ion to Americi 
J. P., NewcaBtle-on-Tj'no. Uuhuoo 
contented Sunderland (ItXJOJ, 
Member. 

Lcvcn HouHc. Lenbury Road, 1 
Ne wcAHtle-on-Ty ne. 



Crad 



Williams, iLjptbuF 
Osmond* 



Merioneth^ ] 



B. 1M4«. son of 1 lav id Williams {h 
Merioiieth), Cawtlu Dondraeth, Mof 
shire, and Annie Lovoday, dau. of \ 
Willh*mj^, Penmitbucbaf, FM. Et^ 
1880, Francos Evelvu, dnu. of 
Oreavos, BerHcote, War wickHhIre. 
Chairman. Quarter SewHionn; l*hi 
Mcrioncth-hfrc rx\ ; J. P. and D.L 
onethsliire iknd Carnarvonshire, 

Reform Cinb, Pall Mall. SAY. ,^ 

I Deudmeth, Merioncthe*hiro, C?^ 

form. 

Williams, John* iium., ik*wMt 

B. 1361, Hun of David and Harinn 
Hams. Ed, AberamiLii BritiKli Scho 
1S84, Lizzie Jough, Aberaman. C?< 
yearH : grocer and liraperw aM«ii 
yocvina; cft«>c\t.>Nti\ft\\Ti;\n.\\,Vl >fei&.v*; ' 

inte AttOTvti WiMAiirw ^\\\«r»: A 



LJBERAI- TBSAR UOiiK, W>H, 



nibon 



Hter Palace Hotel, 
im, Sketty. SwawKca. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



aw. 



muam 



CumATtben I>l«trict, 

IfKW. 



on of Morgan Williftniy, Llan- 

\d. Llanrtovcry Coll. and Bi%%stv 

Oxford (Hch«lar and Exhi- 

M, 1891, Elinor, daiK of J. 

i>r Sonth iVa/fH /ktilu Pofit 
IValtrs fknin News: ehief Mijb 
; called to the Bar, 1897 ; joine^l 
ert Cireuit. Published wfiiki^— 
Bsaypatid two novels jin WelshU 

;h Stioet» Uhelfltxi, 8.W, Club^ 
Ibcral. 



mm^ Apchibald. 



Elgin anil Xulm, 

1906. 

on of Stephen Williani^^oii (for- 
, for St, Andrew.^ and Kilmar- 
ietri), and Anniu. dau. of Rev. 
nn^ Guthrie* Ediuburj^h. Kd, 
It Sehtjol, Kdinburffh. trnd Edin- 
V. M. 1887, t'aroH 11(2 Maria, da u, 
ync. Partner Balfonr, VVlUlarn- 
3m mercbant*!:, Li\erpn<>l and 
Oirector Royal In^uran^e Co, ; 
iYcrjMjol City Conncil. im^i; 
OUticil Queon Vk-tJiHaH; Jubilei^ 
ur Nurseis ; Chairman Liverpool 
jtoHa District NnrstnK A«aoc* ■ 
jKJot Unsuooossfully conte^^ted 
Nairn U9Q0K 

Tower, n€?ar Liverpool ; Glcn- 
trwhire, fZufe^— Rofomi, HiktK 
0. 



Ptbup ITal ters. ikMrwt . n.. kkx*. 
son of G. WillH, Peppcidon» 
ampFtead, Devon, and 3 Hyde 
, S.W. FkU HarroAviiiid Trinity 
nbndKO (B.A.; LLJi, 1H90}. 
the Bar 18SH ; joined VV'c:*terii 



nne'e IWanHionR, RW. 
ly-fl^berw, Sword. 



Club*i~ 



E/snry 



Torkt, Holiuflrtli, IBKp. 



m of Wm. WilHOtK Xottingham, 

iiid Mansfield, and EIIkh,, dan. 

-KelTieM, Ed, West of 

'■-' Proprietnry t^ihool 

:. - ulL, London. M. Ifekiit, 

dau- of ClitirltsH CowaiK for- 

P. for Eilinbxirifh, Member 

School Boanl for la yeai-s ; 

Departmental ComTiilttue on 

1 of Vice III Jndin: momber 

tmi^ionott Opfum, l.«b!3 ,?; J. P., 

iBiild aad VorkM,, Went Wdhii^. 

^miis, Shemeid. 



DortaAia, HoiaihtQo4»» 
Iiarii&m, Mid, leop. 

B. IK^i, ^;oD of C'hrfsro[»her Wilswjo, a 
labour<5r, Gi-eathain, Dnrhanu E<1.. left 
fl<cbooI before 10. M* 18fi2, Margaret, dau. 
of G, Firrii* a miner. An orphan at 10 
and heus fought his own way ever Kiooe ; 
enlei-eci Dyrhani eoal mineHat 13; woot 
to Rea at l^i for four yearn ; r<?turned to the 
nilne** ; two years later went to the l- nitod 
t^tatos for three and a half ytiars. working 
in the mines in I'cnn.-iylvaijia and Hiinoifi; 
iiN-iisU'd in fitrmingr Durham Miners' Ahh<> 
eiiitioii, li*8!J-7U ; «ee. MlnciN' Political 
ArtMuiiitIoini» 187fl; Treaa. Minerw' Ljibonr 
AssoviHtinju imix Einancial See,. \m\ \ 
(N>rrii\-<jirinding Sec, 181t5, t'nHUoreswfnllv 
eontpsted Durham, Ho ugh ton -le-H prink 
jie8«K Labour Mcmber- 

2fl Upper Kennintrton Lane. S,E. ; U 
North Road, T^urham. CV«Ci — National 
Liberftl. 

Wilson, Joseph MiddiflatiovoQgii, lan-ifioo. 
Havelook* MUdtMboniiiiJii^ leot^ 

B, ISoS. «on of John Wiliwn, Ed. «lo- 
lyt^ntary nehot^. M. 1879, Jane Anne 
Whatham, Apprenticed to a lithographic 
printer when nine; went to sejt when 
t hirt<ieTi : tmployed on cotistis of AustJ^aMa 
and America and in tnulinif to foreiijn 
jnu'ta; Founder 1 1 887 1 Bnd Pk^^ident Na- 
tional .Seamen H and Firenit^n'H Luion; 
Herve^i on nianj Government I>efmrt- 
mental I'umniittecs. Un-^ucce^^y fully con- 
tested Bristol, K.U«90land Middlesborongh 
\mm. liUbour Member. 

Maritime Hall, West India Dock Road, 
E. tYM^«— International SeafarersV Radic- 
al (South Shii-ldMl. 



WnroiTfttenhire. W., MW. 



WlJaan, Jfohn 
William* 

B. 1858, Hon of J, E. Wilson, J.P„ Edp^ 
boflton, and t^atharine* dau. of George 
St&cey, Tottonhani. Ed. Grove House 
School, Tott'fMiham, and in Gennany. 
M 1883. Florence Jane, dau. of Hmith 
Harrison, Wotjdfortb Eshcx. A chemical 
manufacturer; J. P., WorceMtcrHhire ; left 
IJ riionlBt party in the ISfXt Parliament. 

Queen Anne'« Man«ioiiH S.W. ; Perri- 
croft, C-olwall, Malvern. Wti^jk— Reform, 
Bath. 

Wllflon, Philip ^ p^^^^^ ^ ,^ 

B. 1875. son of iKaac Wbitwell Wilson, 
J. P., Westmorland, and Anne, dau. of 
Jonathan Bagi^ter, Bible publisher, Fkl. 
Kendal Gram. School and ilare Coll., 
Cambridge ^Sthnlar ; Pros. Union). M. 
IJMi. Alice JSelimt, dau. of Heni-j' CollInK, 
Rhode Liland. U.S.A. JournaMKt; Pari 
rcpiesentatlvc Dctity Kcum, VMXi\\si\vai!l 
works ~ Why ire Bt^if t^e \ labeTl^j aiui , 

16 Percy Clrews, W.C. (Jlub— l?.^Mv»ft»X 
LiberaL 



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WtJftOn, WllliKin LAnc;^,, Weat Hoii«lUtan. 

B* 18*S. Apppentlced a« a carpRnier ; a 
foiindcjr Bolton Building Trades FederA- 
tion ; ChaiiTuan Amnlgamrited Society 
<:!arpent«rB and Joiners (I»R8-iy<>fJ)* LM.C. 
Member. 

98 Morniiigtoji Road, Bolbon. 



W^lnfrsy, Richard. iforfc»Uc,aw,,io(x(. 

B. iS5S, son of Aid. R. F. Winfrey, J. P.. 
Long Sutton, Lincw* Ed. Croad'w School, 
King'8 Lynn. M. 18SS7. Annie Lucy, daii* 
of W* Fivttinson. Riiskington, Lincj^i. 
Managing Director of six newspaper 
publisliing companies ; alderaian HollHiid 
tLlnCH^ C.C.. I889-I89f7; member Petor- 
boroagh Town Council ^member Si>ko of 
Put-erbonjugh iX V, ; Pari. Priv. Sec. 
fco Lord Carrington, 1906, Publii?ihcd 
workH — Pamphlet*i on Affotnwnts and 
Sntall Uohlings. UnsueccsefullY con- 
tested Norfolk, S. W. (189S and 1900). 

Sutton House, Peterborough ; Flaxwell, 
Hunstanton, Norfolk. Cfifft— National 
Liberal, 



UTodehouse, Lord. Norfolk, Mid, idoo. 

B, 1883, oldest &on of Lord Kimberley. 
Ed. Eton and Trinity ColL, l^mbridKo* 

WOton I'ark, North Walaham, Norfolk, 
C2ii &— Baebelora'. 



and .lewie Wood, 



McKlnnon, LEt»D* 

B. 1855, son of Hugh and .lewie 
Ed. Mill Hill and UmverHity ColL, Londaa 
tllA., London). M, 1«83, iKubella, daiuof 
Alexander Snndi.Hon, J. P., merchant. Shot 
land. Member London C.C. sinoo tB68 
I C bailsman, 1S98-9; leader ProgresgjvQ 
Party for 10 veara) : hon* LL.D., St. Aa- 
drewa. Pnbliflhed works — articles in 
Mncydopmdia Bntanmca and the Re- 
views. Unsnccesftfully coofceKted Isliof- 
ton, N* (18»5), Glasgow^ St Rollox (IWR 
and Orkney and Shetland (1902). 

16 Portland Place, W, Clnbs-Jieti 
National Liberal, Libenil (Olaagowj. 

7ojcall, James Henpy. ^'i^^''*"' 

B. iei}7, 80 u or Henry Houghton Yos 
and Elizabetb« dau. of James SmaUwoti 
Ed, public elementary school, Kedditt 
and Weatminster Trauiing ColL M. 1 
Elizabeth, dau. of LL-CoL Colcjt, ' 
Pupils asslHtant, and certificated t«i 
at Sbofliold ; head-master Sharrow 
Board School until 1882; Pre«, Na 
Union of Teachers, 1S91 tSec*, 1882) ; i 
her Royal Commission on Second 
Education in England. 1894-5 : hon. J 
Can tab . (1890), O xon . 1 1907 ) ; J. P. PubU; 
works— TAc Tiommfinif Stone; Ak 
Ta tiger's Wife; Smaluou ; ffrifiind \ 
IVaU; and many education nl works i 
contributions to Keviewfi, Magazine^. I 
UnsucceeafuHy cont<;sted Nofctfi., " ^ 
law (1892). 

67 Russell Square, W.C. ; Spring 
Kew. C;ti*s— Reform, National Lit 
Liberal (Nottingham and County). 



CONSERVATIVES (128). 

PrescTit Constitneticy, 



ACLAND-HOOD. Rt, Hon. Sir ^ ' ^^^'" ^c..«..«,. .,«.,,, Fbrmcr Con^tiiuencv. ^ 

A., Bt. Somerset, West, 1S82 

AxERfi-DoiTOLAB, Rt. Hon. 

A. .,. „ Kent. St. Augxisthie's, 1885 . Kent, East, 1880^ 

Arkwhiqht, J. S. Horoford, 1900 

Ashley, W. W I^ncaHhlro, Blackpool, 1906 

Aubrey - Fletoher, Rt. 

Hon.SlrH., Bt Sustjex. Lewea, 1885 ... ... Sussex, Horsham, 1880-5 j 



Balcarres, Lord ... 
Bai.tiwin, Alfrefl ... 
BAT.tXJUK, Rt. Hon. A. J, 

Bakbu«y» Sir F. a., Bt, 

Baring, Hon. G. V. ... 

BAimii:, U. T 

Belike IT, Hon. GtjrvaHo 
/ Big. '^ OLD, Sfr AHhui^ 

/ Bowj.ES,Q.S, 

/ ^orus. Sir K, BL, K.C, , 

t 



Lancashire, Choriey, 18B5 ... 
Worcestershire, West, 1882 
City of London, 19(]6 (By) ... 

City of London. 1906 (By) ,., 

Wini^hestor, infMI 

Londonderry, North, ISIWi ,„ 
Yorkshire, Whitby, 1000 .« 
Wick District, I9t» „. 
Lambeth, Norwood, lflK3*i » 
Taunton, IflOB •« 



Hertford, 1874-85 ; Munches- 
ter, E., 1885-1906 



Camberwell, 
1883-190» 



Peckliai 



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Bbidgbman, W. G. ... 
Brothbrton, E. a. ... 
Bull, Sir W.J. 

BURDBTT-COUTTS, W. L. ... 

Campbbll, RtHon. J.H.M., 

K.C. 

Caklile, Ck)L E. H. 

Gabson, Rt. Hon. Sir E., 

K.G. 

Castlkbbaoh, Viscount ... 

Gays, G., K.G 

Gecil, Evelyn 

Gbcil, Lord R., ELG. 
Ghaplin, Rt. Hon. Henry 

Glabk, Qeorge 

GoATBS, Maj. K F 

GORBEIT, T. L 

GOURTHOPB, G. Ih 

Graio, Gharles G 

Gbaio, Gapt. J 

Cbaik, Sir Henry 

Dalbtmple, Viscount ... 
Dixon -Hartland, Sir F., 
Bt. 

I>uGro8,H. 

Duncan, R 

Fabbb, Gapt W. V. ... 

Fabeb, G. D 

Fardbll, Sir T. G 

Fell, A. 

Fbtherstonhaugh, G. ... 

Fletcher, J. S 

Forster, H. W. 

Gardner, £ 

OlBBS, G. A. 

Gretton, J 

Guinness, Hon. W 

Hamilton, Marquess of ... 

Hardt, Laurence 

Harmood-Banner, J. S. ... 
Harris, F. Leverton 

Harrison-Broadlbt, Goi. 

H.R 

Hay, Hon. Glaude G. 
Beaton, J. Henniker 
Helmslet, Viscount 

Hicks-Beach, Hon. M. H. 
Hill, Lord Arthur 

HiLL,8irC,L, 



Prtsenit ConstUiiency. 
Shropshire, Oswestry, 1906 
Wakefield, 1902 
Hammersmith, 1900 ... 
Westminster, 1885 

Dublin University. 1903 ... 

Herts., St Albans, 1906 ... 

DubUn University, 1892 ... 

Maidstone, 1906 

Surrey, Kingston, 1906 

Aston Manor. 1900 

Marylebone, East, 1906 ... 
Surrey, Wimbledon, 1907 ... 

Belfast, North, 1907 

Lewisham, 1903 

Down, North, 1900 

Sussex, Rye, 1906 

Antrim, South, 1903 

Down, East, 1906 , 

Glasgow and Aberdeen 
Uidvs., 1906 

Wigtownshire, 1906 

Middlesex, Uxbridge, 1885 

Hastings, 1906 

Lanarkshii-o, Go van, 1906 .. 

Hants., Andover, 1906 

York, 1900 

Paddington, South, 1895 ... 

Yarmouth, 1906 

Ferman€bgh, North, 1906 ... 

Hampstead, 1905 

Kent, Sevenoaks, 1892 

Berkshire, Wokingham, 1901 

Bristol, West 1906 

Rutland, 1907 

Bury St Edmunds, 1907 ... 

Londonderry Gity, 1900 ... 

Kent Ashford, 1892 

Liverpool, Everton, 1905 ... 
Tower Hamlets, Stepney, 
1907 

Yorks., Howdenshire, 1906 
Shoreditch, Hoxton, 1900 ... 

Canterbury, 1885 

Yorkshire, Thirsk and 

Malton, 1906 
Glos., Tewkesbury, 1906 ... 
Down, West, 1907 

Shrewsbury, 1906 



banner Constituency, 



Dublin, St Stephen's Green, 
1896-1900 



Herts., E., 1898-1900 

Linos., Mid, 1868-85; Lines., 
Sleaford, 1885-1906 



Worcestershire, EveHham» 
1880-5 



Derbyshire, S., 1895-1906 



Tynemouth, 1900-6 



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Htlu H, Sttivcley .,. 

HoRNRT, Sir W. H., Bt. 
HimsTOPr, R. P. 



ford, 1905 ... 
Blackburn, 1888 
Ui^erpool, West ToxteilL 



Joioby-Ckcil, Lord J. P. ... Lincolnshire, Stamford. 1906 



^^ormer Comttituencu. 



Kennaway. Rt Hon. Sir 

J. H.. Bt, IlevonHhirc. Honiton, 1885 

Kenvon-Slanky. Rt, Hon, 

Col. W. S. Shropshire, Newport. 1S86 

KEfiwirK, WJlliaiii .». -.. Surrey, Epsom, 1899 ... 

KiMBKR, Sir Herny. Bt. .. Wa iidH worth, 1SS5 ... 

King, Sir as HiiU, Contml, 188o 



Ltovon, East, 1870-85 



Lanh-Fox, G. R, 
Law, a. Bonar 

Lek, A» H. ... 

Lot. Kwooij, Rt^ Hon. Lt.-Coi 

A. R. M. 

LoNO. Col. V. W, 

LoxG, Rt. Hon. Walter .., 



LOKSDAT.E, J. B. 
LowB» Sir F. W. 



Yorks., Barkston Ash, ItiOft 
Dulwich, 1906 (By) ... 
Hants., Furoham, 19iX» 



Epping, 1893 . . 
Dublin, S„ 1900 



.44magh, Mid. 1900 

BirmlnKham. Edcrbaflton, 
1898 



Glasgow, Blackfrlare, 1900-6 



Wiltfl,. N., 1880-5; Wilti 
De\^zo#t, 1885-92 ; Li von 
We«t Derby. 1892-1900 r 
Brii^tol, S., lSJOO-6 



LOWTHER, Rt Hon . J. W. . . , Cum berhind , Penri th , 1886 Rutland, 1883^ 5 



£: 



M*Calmont, Col. J, ... 
Markb, Harry H 

Ma80>\ J. F. ... 

MlT0Hl*^L!,-THOM8ONt W. . 

MOOKE, W., K.C 

MuNTZ, Sir p. A., Bt, 

Nicholson, W.O 

NiKUJ, H. 

O'Neii.u Hon. R.T 

Parker. Sir Gilbert 

Percy, Karl 

Powell, Sir F. S., Bt. 



Randlbs, Sir J. 8. ... 

Rabch. Sir F. C„ Bt. 
lUWLINSON, J. F. P., K-C- 
RK.VfNANT, X F* 

RoBKBT«, Samuol 

RoNALDBHAY, Earl of 
ROPNKR, Sir Robert, Ht. .. 

JirTHERFORU, J 



Antrim, East, 1885 ... 
Kent, Isle of Thanet, 1904... 

Windsor, 1906 .., 
Lwnarkshtre, N,W.,, 19(« ... 
Armagli. Xorth, lyOS (By} .. 
WarvrickHhirc, Tarn worth, 
1885 

HantK., Potor8flold, 1897 ... 
Middlesex, Kallng. 1906 ,.. 

.Vntrim, Mid. 1883 ... 

GravL^eud, 19fKJ 

Kensington, South, 1896 *,. 
Wjgan, 1883 - 



Cumberland, Cockcrraouth, 

1906 (By) 
Essex, Cholrasford, 1900 ... 
Cambridge University, 190(5 
Finsbury. Holborn. lUOO ... 
Shoffieid, KotliiSfUl, ltl02 ... 
Middlei^ex. Hornrsey* 1907 ... 
Htoektori-on-TeetT;, 19(Xl 
Lanc*u«hire, Dai' wen, 1895... 
Liverpool, West Derby, 1908 



Tower Hamlets, St. Greotge's. 



Antrim. N'ortb, 1890-1906 
WarwickBhire, North, 18Si-5 




Wigan. 1857-9; Cambridge, 
1863-8 ; Vorks-. W. Riding, 
North. 1872-4 ; Wigan, 1881 

C u mberland, Coekermotith. 

1900-6 
Essex, Sotith'East. 1886-1900 



LlBEKAl. ^EXB BOOK, IWfe. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



87 



Saltbr, a. Clavell, K.C. 

Sandys, Lt-CoL T. M. 
Sassoon, Sir E. a., Bt. 
SooTT, Sir a, Bt 
Sheffield, Sir B., Bt. 

SiiOAN, T. BL 

Smith, Abel H. 

Smith, F. B 

Smith, Hon. W. F. D. 
Stanley, Hon. A. S. 
Starke Y, J. R. 
Stone, Sir J. B 

Talbot, Lord E. 
Talbot, Rt Hon. J. G. 
Thornton, P. M. ... 
TuKB, Sir J. Batty ... 



Former ConatUtLency. 



Christchurch, 1892-1900 



Preaemb ConatUuency. 

Hants., Basingstoke, 1906 

(By) 
Lancashire, Beetle, 1885 ... 

Hythe,180e 

Marylebone, West, 1808 ... 

Linos., Brigg, 1907 

Belfast, Sonth, 1902 

Herts., Hertford, 1900 
Liverpool, Walton, 1906 ... 

Strand, 1891 

Lancashire, Ormskirk, 1896 
Notts., Newark, 1906 
Birmingham, East, 1895 ... 



Sussex, Chichester, 1891 ... 
Oxford University, 1878 ... Kent, West, 1868-78 
Claphom and Batter8ea,1892 
Edinburgh and St. Andrews 
Univs., 1900 



Valkntia, Rt Hon. Visct. Oxford, 1895 

Vincent, Sir C. B. H. ... Sheffield, Central, 1885 



Walker, Col. W. H. 

Walbond, Hon. L. 

Warde,CoLC. E 

Whjjams, CoL R. 

WiLLOUOHBY DE EBESBY, 

Lord 

Wilson, A. Stanley 

WiNTBRTON, Earl 

Wolff, G. W 

WORTLBY, Right Hon. C. B. 

Stuart 

Wyndham, Rt.Hon.George 

Younger, Q 



Lancashire, Widnes, 1900 ... 
Devon, Tiverton, 1906 

Kent, Medway, 1892 

Dorset, West, 1895 

Lines., HomcasUe, 1894 ... 

Yorkshire, Holdemess, 1900 
Sussex, Horsham, 1901 
Belfast, East, 1892 

Sheffield, Hallam, 1885 
Dover, 1889 

Ayr District, 1906 ... 



Sheffield, 1880^ 



LIBERAL UNIONISTS (29). 



Anson, Sir W. R., Bt. ... Oxford University, 1899 . 

AN8TBUTHER-GRAY,Maj.W. St. Andrews District, 1906. 

Arnold-Forster, Rt Hon. 

H.O 



Butcher, S. EL 

Cavendish, Rt. Hon. 

V. C. W 

Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. 

Joseph 

Chamberlain, Rt Hon. J. 

Austen 

Cochrane, Hon. T. EL ... 
COLLINGS, Rt Hon. Jesse ... 

CoBsmrr, A, Cameron 
(JsoBB^AJex. 



Croydon, 1906 

Cambridge University, 1906 

Derbyshire, West, 1891 ... 

Birmingham, West, 1885 ... 

Worcestershire, East, 1892 . 
Ayrshire, North, 1892 
Birmingham, Bordesley, 
1886 

GIafi!gow, Tradeston, 1985 ... 

Glasgow, Camlaobie, 1882 .. 



Belfast, W., 1892-1906 



Birmingham, 1876-8 



Ipswich, 1880-6 



\ 



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88 

1>0UGHTY, Sir Geaiije 

Gordon, J 

Haddock* G. B. 
HiLLd. J, \V. 
Hunt, !iowlaiid 



Lambton, JToii, F. W. 
Lyttsllto.v, Hon. Alfred h.. 

Mg Arth ur, Cb ar Icf* 

M^lVER, Sir Lewis, Bt. ... 
Magnus, Sir Philip ,. 
Mkv BEY -Thompson, 1L C, 
Middle MOR£, J, T. ... 

Mild MAY, F. B 

MoRPETU, Viscount 

Parkes, E. 

Peask, H. Pike 

Ratcliff, R. F 

RoTHSOHiLD. Hon. L. W. „. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



I GBAYSOSf, A. V. 



Orca-fc Grimsby, 189o 

Londonderry, Soutli, 1900 ,., 

LancH., North Lonsdale, 1906 

Durham City, ItKW 

ShropshLre, Ludlow, liMB ... 

Durham, SouthKoHt, 1900 . 
St. Georjfc's, Hanover Sq.. 
1906 (By) 

Uverpool, Kirkdalo, 1«<)7 ... 

Edluburgh, Woflt, IS&5 
London Univorsity, 1906 .., 
StafPe., Hands worth, 1906 .„ 
Binnin^ham, North, 1^9 ... 

Devon. Totnes, lK8o 

Birmingham. South, 190A ... 

Birmingham, Central, lSi5 . 
Darlington, 1898 

Btrt^ffordi^liire, Burton, 1900 
Bucks,, Ayloabury, 1S96 -,. 



SOCIALIST (1). 

Ycaka., Oolne Yalley, 1807.. 



3 



Former CJoiistUuencj/k 



IfiSfUfi I 



DiirhEUii. South, im\-5 
Warwick and Learning 
18IJ5-ltiU6 

Liverpool, Exchange, J 
19116 : 

Devon, Torquay, IS85-6 



nationalists (83). 



r 



Abraham, W, 
Ambrose, H 

Barry, E. 

BOLAN]}, J. 

BuRKK, E. Haviland 

Clancy, J. J. .,. 

Condon, T. J. 

Crean, E 

culunan, j *. 

DfiLANV, W, * 

Devlin, J 

Dillon, John ... 

DOLAN, C. J 

DoNHLAN, Ctopt. A. J, C. 

DUFl-^Y, W. J 

Ebmonde, sir T., Bt. 

Farrell, J. P, 

/ FF'Hfs:scf{, p. 

/ J^s^n, TV. 

^I^VIA', M. J, 

J^vjvj^, J^ C ... 



Limerick, Woat, 18 



Cork, North-East, 1893 
Mayo, West, 1893 ... 

Cork, South. 1892 

Kerry, South, 1900 

King's County, Tullamore, 

Dublin, North. 1885 

Tipporary, Ejurts. 1885 
Cork, Soiith-Eaat, 1900 
Tipperary, South, 19U0 

Queen's County, 08«ory 1900 

Bolf n^t, Weat, 1906 Kilkenny, North, 1902^ 

Mayo, Eaat, 18S5 , Tipperary, 1880-3 

Leiti'im, North, 1906 (By) ... 

Cork, EaHt, 1892 

Gal way , South . 1900 . . . 



Queen's Co., 0«i*ory, 18SI 



Wexford, North, 190O 

Ijongford, North, 1900 
W©3Ef ord. South, 1893 
Dublin, St. PBtttioVa.ASfift .. 
Kerry, North, 18^6 ... . 
Cork, North, 1S85 .,. 



„. Dublin, South, 1885^ 

Kerry, West, 1892^190 

.„ Cavan, Wcat, 1886-1900 



XJBSRAL ^KA.B. BOOTt, 



\Q^, 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS. 



80 



GiLHOor.v, J. .►. 

GrxNELi*, L, 

GWYNN, Stephen 

Halpin. J. 
Hammond, J. 
Harrington, T. 
HArDELN, J, P.... 
KaZL£TON, R. 

Healy» T. M. ... 



Hog AN, M. 

JORI>AK, J 

JOTCTE, M. 

Kknnedy, v. P 

Kktti-k. T. M. 

KiLBRlDK, D. 

Lardnkr. J. C. R. ... 

L.AW, H. A 

Hjnix>n. W. ... 

McHtJGH, p. A. 
McKean.J. ,.. 
McKiLLOP, W. 
M acXeili^ J. G. Swift 

McVeauh. J 

Mo- V men, C. 

Meagher. M. .„ 
Meechan, P, a. 

MOONEY^, J, J 

MULl>OON, J. ... 
MUHNAGHAN, G 

Murphy, J. 

MUKFHY, N, J 

Nannkti'I, J. P. 
Nolan, Joiiepti 
Nugent, Sir Walter, Bt . 

CBrten, KondAl 
O'Brien, Patrick 
O'Brien, WUIiam ... 

O'Connor, James ... 
O'CoNNOH, John 
O'Connor, T. P 

OllOHERTY, P 

O'DoNNKLL, John 
O'BONNELL, Thonia.H 
OTtoWD, John- 
O'KSLLY, C^nor 
O'Kklly, James 



i^ 



►•Mallky WlUlain. 



Present Con^Htituencjf. 
Cork, West, 1885 
Westmeath, North. 19CIR 
Gftlway City, 190B {By) 

Clai-e, Wewt, 1906 ... 
Carlo w, 1891 ... 
Dublin, Harbour, 18S5 
Roscommon, South, J 897 
Galwar, North. 190Q |By) 
Louth, North. 18J*J ... 



.Fbrmer Constituency. 



WcfltnMjalh, 1883^ 



Wexford, 1880-3; MonagliiMi. 
1883-d; Londondorrv, 9„ 
1885-6; Lorigrford, North, 



Tipperdry, North, 1906 

Fermanagh, South. 1885 

Limerick, City, LflOO... 

Cavan, West, 1904 

Tyrone, East, 1906 {By) 
KUdare, South, 1803 

MonaKhan, North, mn .., 

Donegal, West, 1902 

Limerick. Ea^t, 1900 

Sligo, North. 190B 

Monaglian, South, 1^02 
Armagh, South, 1906 

Donegal, South, 1887 

Down, South, 1902 ... 

Donegal. East, 1906 

Kilkenny. North, 1906 {By} 
Qneon's County, Lcix, 1006 

Newry, 1008 

Wicklow, East, 1907 

Tyrone, MM, 189ft 

Kerry, Eaat, 1900 

Kilkenny, South, 1907 

Dublin, CoUcge Green, 1900 
Louth, South, 1990 ... 
Wostmeath, South, 1907 . . . 

Tipperary, Mid, 1900,., 

Kilkenny, 1895.. 

Cork City, 1901 

Wicklow, West, 1892 
Klldare, North, 1903 . 
Liverpool, Scotland., 1885 ... 
Donegal, North, 1906 . 

Mayo, South, 1900 

Kerry, West, 1900 

Sligo, South, 1900 

Mayo, North, IBOO 

Roscommon, North. 18ft5 .. 

Galwaj^ Conn«mara, 1885 . 



Clare, Weat, 1885-92; Meath, 
South. 1893-5 



Leltrim, North, 1892-1906 
Sligo, North. 1900-9 



Duhlin, South, 19»30-6 
Donegal, N., 190MJ 



foouth. North, 1885-92 



Monagban, Nortii. 1888-92 
Mallow, 18S3-5: Tyrone, S.. 

1885^; Cork, N.tS., 1887-92; 

Cork City, 1S92-^ & 190O-4 

Tipperai-y, South, 1885-92 
Galway, 1880-5 



Sligo. North. 1900 (Mar. -OeL.^ 

Rofioommon, 1880-5 ; Ro«- 
oommon, North, 1S85-92 



\ 



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m 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 



O'Shee. J. J 

Philipb* J 

FOWEB, p. J 

Reddt, M 

Redmond* J, E. 

Redmont), William , , . 

Roche, A, 
Roche, John ... 

Shkkran, D. D. 
Shekhy, D. 

Smith. T. 

Waldron, L. a, 

Wkite, Patrick 
Young* Samuel 



^Present ConMUufncy. 
Limerick, Wont. ISWO 
Wflterford, West* 1895 

Longford* South* 1W7 
Waterford, Ka«t, 1885 

King'« Co.. Birr, 1900 
Waterford City, ISfil 

Clare, Eiwt, 1892 

Cork CitF, 1905 

Gal way. East, IStW ... 

Cork* Mid* IfiOl 
Meath, South, 1903 ... 
Leitrim, South. 1906 

DubUn* St. Stephen's Green. 

IflOi ... .,. 

MeaLh, North* 1800 

Crtvan, Eaet, 1892 



former Const Itueitei/^ 



Wat^rford, 1884^ 

New RoHH. 18&1-5 ; WexfoM. 

Nortii, 188.5-91 
Wexford, lBS3-5j Fermftii' 

BLgh. North, l!^5-92 



Galway* South, 1885-1900 



PEERS WITH HEIRS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

[The death of a peer creates a vacancy in the House of ConimonJi! in the folio vdnf 
oatie)^. It should be romombered (a) that a Scottiish Pe*;r may not he a Member of tlis 
Honso of ComjnonB* though he h^ not a Memher of the House of Lord«, and (b) that an 
Iriflh Peer may. ujiIobh a ReprcHentative Peer, wit in the Houbo of Common*^,} 



I*eer. 
*J|l»eFQOTii, (SI Duk« of .,. 
Ano&ater, JB&rl of 

OarliBle, Barl of 

*Grs.wfDrd and BalcAPFes, 

(Sf Karl of 

DevonHhirdf Duke of 
Hui^tiaiBp SSaf^l of ,.. 
Blltiank* (S) Lord .., 



Heir. 
MARQUKSa OF Hamilton (C^ .. 
Lord WiLLOUGHBY DkKrksbv 
(C( 

L0IU> MOBFETB (LU) 

Lori> BAi^AtmEa (C) .„ 
Victor Cavendish (LU) 
Hon. R W. Lambton (LU) 
MAisTi!:K of Eubank (L> 



Londonderry City* 
Llnc«i.» Homcftatle. 

Birmingham, 8* 



Veverabamt Barl of ». Viscjount Hblmslrt (CJ 



Hambleden, TTlseountGWi 

Kim barley I Earl of 
*IiOEidoiidtiFF3r, (I) MairqneH 
of... ^ ^.. 

llo7foik» Duk« of 

Nopthumberland. Duk« of 
'Rosebei'y; (-S> Earl of 

Rofh&ohilci, Jjord 

St* AldwyOf irUeount ... 
*»talr» (S) Earl of .. 

Stanley of Alderley* Lord 

m^aleran* Lord 

WlJti borne, Lord ... 

Z«ttand« Marqit«»of 



Hon. W. F. D. SMtrH (C> 
Lord Wodehouse (L\ ... 

Viscount CASTLRREAaH iC\„. 

Lord E. Talbot (C) 

Eaal Percy (C| ... 

Lord Dalmeny (L^ 
Hon. L. W. RoTHfiOHii^ (LUi.. 
Hon. M. H. Hicks-Beach (C^,. 
Viscount Dauivmplb {€} „. 
Hon. a. Lyulph Stani.kt (L^ 
Hon* W. L. C. Walrond (C) .., 

Hon. Ivor Qukst ih\ 

Karl of Ronaldshat {C) .., 



LancsM Chortey, 
Derbyshire, Went. 
Durham* S.E. 
Peeblenhirc and 

Solkirkhihire. 
YorkH.. Tbirnk and 

Malton. 
Strand. 
Norfolk* Mid. 



I 



Maidstone. 
SuHSox* Chichester, 
Kensington* 8, 
Midlothian. 
BiickH** Ay] anbury. 
Gloe., TowkeHbury. 
Wigtownshire. 
Cheshire. Eddb<huif| 
Devon, Tiverton. 
Cardim 
Middleaex. Hornse; 



f 
I 



vwM 

i 



* A^m Peer ot UuitM Kii\«dom. 



LrB3BRAL TliAR. BOOK» \S^. 



MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT WHO HAVE DIED 
IN 1907. {Up to November 15ih.) 



HOUSE OF Ii«>RDS. 



AXJ3BNHAM. Lord 

Allexdalts^ Loi*d. 

A RUN DELL OF W ARDOUR. 

*Bhaaiiton, Ijonl. 

Bristol, Marqacas ol 

C'HEfiHAM. Lorti. 

( 'HicufiSTKR, Bishop of. 

Clamwilijam, Karl of. 
tDE Rofi. Loi-d. 
•r>A\KY. Lord. 

DcNMOHE, Earl of. 
•FiFJ.P. Loi-tl. 

' Tlth 7iow extinct. 



Gormanj3Ton» Vlaoount 
GosciiKN, Viscount. 
LorO. *Hai^iburtow, Lord. 

Hood, ViscountL 
KiLMAijre. Lont a.R.P.} 

LlVERl'CHJL, ¥m\\ of. 
MiDLKTON. Vi>^tOUllt. 

N u N lie RN HOLM K» Lord . 
Penrhyn, Lord. 
Bate and aEiJS^ Lord. 
Sondes. EarL 
I '^Thrincj. Lord. 

t Title descends in J^'enmlc Succcmion, 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 




BiLt^ON-, Sir Alfred ... 




... L 


Dixon, Kt. Hon, Si^ D., 


Bt. 


... C 


FiNCFf. Kt Hon. G. H. 




... C 


LlDDKtJ^ H 




... c 


MacIver, D, 




... 


Palmhib, Sir C. M., BL 




... L 


SlTLLIVAN^ D» 


"' 


;., N 



Staffrt., Xortli-West 
Belf&Ht, North. 
Rutland. 
Down, West. 
Ijivorpool, Kirkdftle. 
Durbam, Jarrow. 
Westmeath, South. 



PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. 

7>t!a*T*rv.' Peraiftoent Seci-etary (J23000J ... ... Sir George Murray. 

Lord ChanctUor: Ferniftnent Secretary (filSOO) Sir K. A. Mltir-Mackenzie. 

Pritrw CVMitin/ .* Clerk i£1500) ... , „. Almsktc W. Fttzroy. 

,^«^/a 0#i'f'.* 'oujpli'oller and Audi tor-Gonoral {£20(1)) „. J. A. KKMm, 

.Foreigfi OMce : l^erraanent Uiider-Sec;retary (i52000) Kt. Hon. Sir CnARLi<:s Hakdingk. 

' " '^ . ^. . .^ - _ ^^^ ^, J y Hod WOOD. 

Snt Arthur Godlkv. 

Sir M. D. Chalmers. 

Cou Sir E. W. D. W ard. 

0. Inigo Thomas. 

Sir a. p. MAt donnell. 

Sir Reginald Macleod. 

H. Lj.kwkllyn Smitil 

8iK S. B. PRO\^s. 

... Shi T. H. Elliott. 

Sir K. L. Morant. 



\ Colonial OJlce: Penimnent Undcr-Socretai*y (£2000^ ... 
|/m/i^i Office: Penimnorit Under-Secretarj^ (£3000) 
{Home Office: Permanent Undcr-Socrctarj^ (JStSiW) 

fWarOjice: Se:CTotAVYi£;mi)) 

wAdviiraity : Permanent Secretary (£2000) 

hlreltnul : Permanent Under-Seetetar^^ |£2(J00J 

MScotJiind : I*eriuanonb Under-Secretary (£1500) 

\B(Kird of Trade : PerroaneDt Secretary, (£1800^ ... 

\ Local Goi'^eivuncfd Boaird: Permanent Secretary (£1S00]1 

I Son rfi of A (/rkii it lire: Bocret^ry i£,l5^) 

iLounl of J£ducatioH : SccvGtHry {&WK)) ,., . ... 

] U^orfcH timt FnMic Buildings : Secretary {£1200) Hon. Sir S<jhomberg Iv. McDonnell. 
^ Oi?fec-* Sccretju-y (£1TM>^ .. „. ,.. .., H. Ba DiNGTON Smith. 

i o//?i/« mi i^frercue.- Cliairman (£2000) H. Ckalmkrb. 

WW ; Chairman (£20(X») ... ,. Sik T. J. Pittar. 



PRINCIPAL HOUSE OF COMMONS OFFICIALS, 

Speaker— Kt. Hon, J. W, IjowniER, M.P. 

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of CoMMm^EEfs— Alfrkd Emmoit, M.P. 

Deputy Cm airman— James €*aldwell, M.P. 

CUrk €/ the Hoiise qf Cotmnojas—Bli^ CoURTENAY ILBERT. 

dtrkii'A&Riiita^ii—A. W. Nicholson, T. L. \VERsniiR. 

Ht^rjeant-at-Amia—^. D. Krrkink. 

Deputy-Serjenat—W, R. Gob9RT. 

Chaplain— Yen. ARCHDEAncs WiLBBi\¥OV:t:ift. 

Lzdrarian^U Ai^PH C. Waia'OLF.. 



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92 



MINISTRIES, 1895-1907. 




IThe names of the mentbern of the Cabinet are printed in. heavier ij/ptf. 37 
name in the left-h^mi t^lumn in that of the last occupant of o^m.] 



UNIONIST, 1895-1905. 

LORD SALISBURY-S . . . 1885"19fJ2. 
MU. BALKOUR'S 1902. 



LIBERAL 1905. 

SIR HENRY t^AMPBELL- 
BAN'NERMAN'tS 1» 



M r* BoJfoti]* (Prime Minister, 

1904 ■ 

Bar! of Halabury 

Duke of Deironehlre {1835- "I 

1903) I 

Harquesa of LotidondeFFy 

(1903^ J 

MarquesB of S&lUbuj<y\ 

{the iatf\ (1895-190'^) I Prime 

MiniMt<^^^ 1 

Ht. Balfour 1190-2-3^ ... I 
MarquesB of SallstiiiFy 

iim) ^ 

sir M. Bloka-Beacli U@9^1 

19021 ■ 

Mr. RitcHle <19fr2-3> 

Mr. Auat«o Ctiaraberlaln J 

{mm J 

MaFquoHS of Sallsbupy \ 

(the late} (1^T-I9rj0j a*rlmo I 

MinMeri ... -.. ... f- 

M&rqueSB of Ijanadowna 

{\mn .. ; 

Mr. Chamberlain i lRa> llO) I 
Mr, A, Lyttelton a'.m) j 

Lord a. HsLmlltoniWm-Vmn 
Mr, B rod rick (1903) ... / 
Sir M, Whit© Rldloy iLord\ 
Rifttrj/\ (18,% IWm ... I 

Mr. RitchlQ a9<>i>-2) ... j 
MP, A fee Ffl- Douglas (19021 } 
Lord Landdowne (1895-1900) \ 
Mr, Brodrlck umXKll ... } 
Mr, Arnold-Porater (1903) J 
Vlflconllt Gosctleli (18g&'\ 

i9ot:i) ... ... I 

Carl of Sfilboriifi U9O0^ f 
Barl Cawdor (19f}5) ... / 
Earl Cadogan (1^^95-19021 ) 
Eart. of Dculev ami) ... r 
Lord Aab bourne ^ 

Iiord Balfour of Burlelgh\ 

^890-1903) 

Mr. Grabam Murray (1903^ \ 

190&) , f 

Marquesa of Mnlitlitfow I 

(190.1) _ .., ... ... J 

Lord Jamea of Hereford! 

(isjiviatn l 

S IR W 1 L IJ A M W A LRO S D ( 1902) ] 

Mr. Rltcble jlS95-n»irt) ... x 
Mr. Oerald Balfour (lOHO^) I 
Marqufiaa of BallBbury j 



First Lord of the 

TroaHiiry (£5O0OJ 

Lord (-.hancellor 

(£K),900> 

Lord i'pefddcnt of 
Council (£2CKJ0) 



Lord PriTT Seal 
(£2000) 



ChancoUor of 
Exchequer (£5000) 



Foreign Secretary 
(£5000) 

Colonial Secrct'i-iy 

l£.iO[K)| 
Secretary for India 

(£dOOO> 

Home Secretary 
(£5000) 



Sir H, OampbeU * Banna 

mail (Prime Minister^ 
Lord Lopobum. 



Earl of Orowa. 



I Marquess of Ripoii* 



Mr. AHUUith. 

Sir Edward Grey* 

Earl of Elgin. 
Mr, John Horley. 

Mr. Herbert Gladatone. 



Secretary for War Mr* Haldane. 

(£5o0f0 



Fii'fit Ijord of 
Admirnlty (£4500) 



Lord Tweedmouth* 



I 



Lord-Lictitoimnt of Earl or Abkrbbkn. 

Ire] and (£20,rxK)) 

Lord CliJinccllor nf LORD J u stick Walker. 

Ireland (£4i00()) 



Secretary for 
Scotland (i^aono) 



ChAncellor of the 
Duchy (£iSOOO) 

Prcsldont. Boiifd of 
Trade (£2000) 



Mr, John Slnolatr. 

Sir H«nry Fowl«p* 
Mr. Lloyd -George* 



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MINISTEIKB, 1805-1007. 



93 



UNIONIST, 1805-19(^, 

Mp» Chaplin |1S95-MK» ... Y 

Mr. Lon^ <l»fO o) r 

Mr. Oerald Balfour (1905) J 

Mr, luang (ia«.V19iif>) ,„ ^ 

Mr. H anbury (iiHifk 3| ... I 

£apl of Onslow n!r0-^) f 
Hoti.Allwyi) reUoweallUOaM 

Bm John (Jokst (M*.>-Mr2) ... 

Marquess of iioiidlonilerTy 

<VJif2) 

Sm W. Anbon (lfl02) 

Mr< Akers-1>ou^a8 (IgOiD- > 

mm > 

Earl ©f Plymouth a9f>2) J 
Mr. Gerald Balfoup (1S9S^\ 

IW» .... ... I 

Mr. Gv Wyndham 0300-5^ t 
Mp, K^ntf Ui*>oJ ... .' 

Duke of Norfolk 089)5- 19(B| \ 
Marquess &f iKkndonderry I 

(HMM»in 

Mr, A.ct3am1>er]atn (1902 31 
Lord Stanley (mm ... J 

Mr, HxVnburv asiw>-iyoo) ^ 

Mr. a . t ■ H A M It ER LA IN ( IIXJO-'J) \ 

Mtt. ITa^tw Fuhhkh imfl-^} } 
Hos, A. KiJ.iOT {Mm 
Mr. Vic-tor CAVENniaR Ct9fQ)J 
Sir W. Wafjiond (18!& 19friJ i 
Sir a. A('i.AND-Hoor> imr>\ \ 
Mr. Anstrltreh tisa>^iH<i3) ^ 
Mr. Hayes *• fsher n8ir>-Mia) 
" OKD Stanley (lims-iHrjO) 

ON.AjI,WTNFELLOWE9<infJl- I 

iim\ f 

Mit. H. \v. FoRSTER ami) I 

Lord Bai.carres (lonai ... J 
T^Rt> E* Talhot (1H<J5| ... ^ 
Karl op Hoprtoun (1896-^1 \ 
DUKKOK Marlikjrouqh (ISK*- \ 

mUi .,, [ 

8m S. Cross LEV imm .. f 
Mr. a. C?HAMBF,Rf.ArN fl8t>5-i 

190(1) , ... ,., I 

Caii\ I'retvman (MHV3J i 
Mk. a. h. Lke oflnaj j 

Mr, Macartney fl«J6-ltrKn \ 
Mb, ARNOLnFf»R.sTEH (IMfXK^J V | 
Ca i't. th hi ^' M A X ( 1 ym\ f 

31 R. JbSHE f'OLLINGR ( 1895-1 

mm y 

Hon. T. Cochrane imm J 
Mr. Cltrzon {Lonl €*nrzon) \ 

(I8i*5-8I 

Mr, HRonRicK (ISJJSIHCMX I 
ViacotTNT Cranwikne [Lordf 

SaliJibury) riiil»-3> 
Karl I*ercv ainm ... ^ 

Earl ok .SELfioRNRasftf>-l<lfK))\ 
Karl of Onslow (iy()r>-3> j- 

EDuKK of Marlroro" (Wm J 
Mr, Brodruk am>-Ki ,„ 
Mr, «. Wynditam U«l8-19nfJ) 
Edri> Rao LAN IMM) i) 
Karl of Hardwicke (lflf)3-a) 
Earl ok DoNotJCHrMORK UJli31i. 
1^ 



LIBERAL, 1905. 



Pit}sidt*nt, Local 
floveriiiiniint HdttJrd 

Prcfiideot, BoRiii of 
AKriculfcuro |£'20n(J| 

Vice-Pros, Council 
|Educ4vtion) (^2*H>>| 

Pi'Cflidont, Board 
of Bdwration (£'M!fi) 

Pnrl. Sec. Board of 
Kdiicatjon i£VM)} 

I FirRt, Cnmmissifincr 
of WorkH im^n 

Chief S&crobary, 
Ireland (£4425^ 



Mr. Jolin Burns. 



Barl earring ton. 



I {O0cr abofrnfirtf, lifOl!^ 

(Mr, Autfustlne Birrell 
Mr. It. MeKenna a&«i7), 
Mr. Thomar T4.ori>JL 



l*c)Ktmiii*tor-G en oml 



Fin unci III Scci^tary 
to Tre!»><ury (£2(10(» 

Pftfcronagc Sccrofcnj^' 
t'O TrtjjiKttry (£2CK>0| 



Jntiifir Ijordj* of 
Treasury (3) 
mom each) 



Pa jTnaetor-G e n o i'bI 
{$fppf7id) 



Civil Lord of tbe 
Adrnlnilty {mmn 

Secretary to tlio 
Admiralty t^aiMUJS 

Under Home 
Secretary (£15(Jf>( 



Cndcr-Secrctary for 
FopeiRii AHViirj* 



Under Colonial 
Rccrctary (£150* >) 



Under Secretary for 
War (^1500^ 



I Mr. IiQiHFla Mar court. 

! /Mr, Bryce niliT5-7>. 
\Mf* Birrell nmiu 

Mr. Sydney Buxton. 



J Mr, IL McKenna (1005-7). 
1 Mr. W. Ri'NoisiAN ihnni 

Mr. Georoe WinTEi^v. 
r'MR. J. A. I^:afe. 
I jMr. Herrert Lewis. 
I Mr, F. Fhkeman-Tuoma?^ 

' Cai'Taix Vkcu. Xorton |ll«hl|, 

I Mr, .L M, Fltller Ooi/xnVl 
(iyfj«-7|. 
iMr* j. H. Whitlev iunpniih 

>Ir. R, K. Causton. 



Mr. George Lambert. 

BIR, KrtMl'ND RonKIITHfJN. 
Mil, HERnERT i^AMXTEL* 

UiRi> FrrzMAURlCB, 

Mr. CiruucniLT« 
Earl of PoRTSMorrH. 



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04 



MINISTRIES, 1895-1007. 



UNIONIST, 1895-1905. 

Bari, ok Onslow {1805-1900^ \ 
Kakl of Hardwilke (1900-21 
Earl Percf (IWfi-vJi 
Kakl of Hardwicke (1911^1^ | 
Mabquess of Bath (19f*S| / 

Eark of Dudley a895=l9fW) \ 
Mr. Bomab Law (19D2| f 

Mr. T. W. Russell (im>-l9no^ \ 
Mb. Grant Lawsow (1900^1 } 
Mr. a. F, Jeff revs il9(lfi| / 

Mr. Powell Wn.HAMS (189.>- \ 

l9tKn -^ 

TjOrd Stanley att)i>-3^ .., V 
Mr. Bromley - Davkjtport | 

iim\ I 



Sir R. Webster (isa»-19il0> 1 
Sir R, B. Fi.VLAY {imn ... i 

Em R. B. FiWLAr jl8aj-l9C¥» ) 
Sir Edward Carson (1900^ f 

Sib C. J. Pearson (1895^) ) 
Mr. Graham Mltrray {1896- I 

i«o3» .., r 

Mr. C- Soott Dickbon (1903) } 

Mr* Graham Murray (I8a5-6h 
Mb. C. Scott DiCKaoN (1896- 

Mr, D. Dundas (IBob-S) ;■ [ 
Mb. el T. Salvesen <1905) 
Mb, J, A. Clyde I1S05) ... ^ 

Mr. J, Atkinson (l8a>-1905J \ 
Mb. J. H. M. Cam rBKLL (1905) f 

Mb. W. Kenny (1895-8) . \ 

Mr. Dunbar Barton (189S- 

1900) } 

Mr. G. Wright (tflOCH^ .., 

" j 



L'rider-Socrotary tor 
IndlA (£1500) 



Secretarr, Board of 
Trado (£1200) 

Secretary, Local 
GoYernmetit Board 



Financial Sectretar^, 
War Omoe (fil50ttj 

Vlce-Proft Iiiah Bijard 
of Agdculturo (£1350) 

A ttomoy-Geiieral 
(£7000 find fees) 

SolieifcoHle n eral 
(£6000 and feon) 

Lord Advocate 
t£dOOO) 



Solicitor-Qoneral for 
Scotland [mm 



Attorney-General 
for Ireland (£^000^ 



Solicitor-General for 
Ii^land (£2000) 



LIBERAL, 1905 

/ Mr. John E. Elus {Vm^l 
I Mr. C. E, HoBHouaK (IWfJ] 

Mr. H. K Krarlbt. 



I 






fMR. Walter RuNCtMAN 
IDr, T. J. Macnamara (MOT). 



Mr. T. R. Buchanan. 

Mr. T, W. Russell {imu \ 
8iB J. Lawson Walton. 
Sir W. S. Robson. 

Mr. TboHAB Shaw. 

Mb« Albxandeb Ube. 
Mb. R. R. Ciucbry. 



Mb. Hedmonh Barry. 



Mb. J* H. M. CAMPHEI.L (1001-6) 

HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENl^ 

Lord steward (£2(KX)^ 



Eabi. or Pemrroke 

Earl of Lathom {the IcUe)) 

(IB&S-^) 
Earl OF HoPETOUN(;lfor(7ueJTs ,^ 

of Linlithgow) (lS9S-lttOO) 
Eabl of CJlahendon (1900) / 
DUKfi; OK Portland 

Makque»s of CARMAKTHI5N\ 






{Ihtke of Leed«\ (1895^) 
Viscount Cukzon {Earl 

Monci (18g6-19fl0( 

Mr. Victor Cavendibh 

(lfl0&-3) 

MARQUEas or Hamilton 

(1W3) ... ... 

Lord Arthur Hilf, 418S6-8) 

ViaOOUNT VALKNTLi (1898) 

Hon. Ailwyn F^llowks 

(1885-1900) 

StR A. Aci^AND^HooD (li)0O-2| 
Lord Wolvhrton (1902) 



/ Karl of Liverpool nwi5-71. 
"i Earl Bkaucmamp (1907). 



Lord Chamberlain 
{£2000} 

Master of the Horse 
(£25001 



TrcaHiircr of the 
Household (£700) 



Comptroller of the 
Hoii»cbold (£7<M)) 

Vic«-Ch amborlaln 
(£700) 



Visoount Althorp. 



/Earl of Sej^on (1006-7). 
IEarl of Granabd (ISW). 



Sir Edward Strachey. 



The Mabtrr op Eubaitk. 



rMR. Went WORTH BBACMoir 

(FJ05-7). 

LMr. J. M. F. Fuller (1907k 



UBBHAL TSAH BOOK, IWS®. 



F05 
PARLIAMENT 
AND 
LIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 
as other wuie HtaUd, the re/tim^e U to thi House of Commoiis.] 
ADMISSION. 
Entrance to the Palace of We<itminster is free to all* by the doorway in Old 
Palace Yard, opposite St» Margaret's Church, at any time when the Legislature 
is sitting, but the visitor must remain in the Central Hall (or Outer Lobby) 
unless he has a ticket of admission to either House* This ean be obtaiued 
through a Peer or a Memt>er respectively ; but, in the case of the House of Cora- 
inons, places in the Members* Gallery, owing to the increasing demand, have 
now to be balloted for, and Members are requested to make appUcation seven 
dear days l>efore the scats arc needed. In the Commons, three places are set 
apart for visitors— the Distinguished Strangers' Gallery, the Strangers* Gallery, 
and certain benches Under the Gallery ; while there are the Peers' Gallery and 
the Ladies' Gallery. Admis.sion to this last also has to be balloted for before- 
hand by Members, because of the great demand for the few seats ; but in the 
Lords, lady visitors can sit in the ordinary 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 Pala4'e 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 SmiNG, 

Except by special resolution, the consideration of contentious business in the 
Commons is suspended at eleven on the first four days of each week, and at five 
on Fridays ; and* after the disposal of any remaining and unopposed orders 
of the day, the House adjourns upon motion made* usually by a Minister ; 
though, if the sitting continue until half-past eleven in the former case, or half- 
past five in the latter, the Speaker adjourns the Hoose without question put. 
In case of grave disorder* the Speaker can cither adjourn the House or suspend 
a sitting at his discretion. The House also stands adjourned if the Speaker 
finds, upon his attention being called, that forty Members are not in the Chamber, 
save that no * count * can take place at an evening sitting between a ouarter 
after eight and a quarter after nine ; while, if at any time before four on Friday 
forty Alerabers 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 autumn w^hen it is desired to complete the business of the session without 
breaking into the customary holiday period. There is then an adjournment 
resolved upon, and an * autumn sitting held, the Bills being taken up on the 
resumption at the st^ige they had reached earlier in the session. If Parliament 
has been prorogued at the customary date, and has to be summoned at an 
earher date than had been intended, which is usually because of some national 
emergency, an * autuum session ' is nccessaTy, when all business has to be begun 
afresh. 



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96 PABMAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE, 



Monoxa roit, 
A member has power to propose after questions tliat the House shall adjourn 
for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent publk- importance \ 
and, if not fewer than forty rise in their places to support him, the motion 
comes on for debate at a (quarter past eiffht. It is for the Speaker to decide 
whether the question submitted is * a dcnnite matter of urgent pubhc import- 
ance/ and the motion must neither raise a question substantially identical with 
one already decided in the same session nor anticipate discussion upon a BiU 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 w^hole, or a defined section, of 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 he 
sent to the Sovereign for assent. Government Bills are those introduced hv 
Members of the Administration in accordance with promises given in the Speech 
from 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 proniptly to be passed* have speciid facilities afforded them. Private 
Members' Bills have to take their <*hance in a ballot for places, and their intrn- 
ducers select the vacant date on the order paper which promises to enable tlic 
ensuing stage to be reached early. Fridays up to nearly the end of the session 
arc 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 circimistances, a chance of passing nnless 
assisted by the Government. Every measure has to be * backeti * by the names 
of its introducer and certain Members who support it, not exceeding a doKen, 
and it may be accompanied by a non-</ontentious memorandum explaining its 
provisions. After being read a first time, which is normally a formal step, 
and a second, which is a disputed one, it is (unless otherwise ordered by the 
House, or it be a Bill for imposing taxes, or Consolidated Fund, or a Bill 
for confirming Provisional Orders) referred to a Standing Committee (see 
CommUffi^j<), from which it is reported to the Hou^se, The objects of Private 
Bills have to be advertised before the schemes are presented to Parliament, 
and they have to comply with certain Standing Orders previous to l>ein| 
introduced, and when brought in have to be * backed ' by a Member, usual] 
representing the district most nearly affected. Upon being read a Becond tin: 
—a stage vtiry seldom opposed — they are referred to a committee of foi 
Members, whose decision upon both the principle and the details is, in the vei 
large majority of instances, accepted as finah Provisional Order Confirmatic 
Bills are brought forward by a representative of the Government Department 
which has issued, under statutory powers, the provisional order requiring legi»-^ 
Jative sanction ; and they may he referred to a Joint Committee of both House 
but this is a course adopted with extreme rarity, 

BLOCKING MOTIONa 

/ There are two kinds of blocking motions, one to hinder the progress of a Bill, 
/ sod thi- other to prevent a siibj<'ct being debased. TU^ farraer is a simple notice 
/ of rejection^ which serves, until witbdmwB, lo ^^oip a m€aa>MftltQm\»^v^%^JWH 



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PARLIAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 97 



ceeded with after eleven on the first four days of the week or five on Friday. 
The latter is a notiee to call attention on *an early day' to the subject in 
question, with the addition of an intention to move a resohition, the terms of 
which are sometimes given. It has been ruled, with inereasinK strictness of 
recent years, that, in the words of May*s Parliainmitartf Praettct^, " a motion is 
out of order which anticipates, not only a matter standing on the notice paper 
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 ha.s been p^iven in the 
House, at the time when notices arc given, or a notice of motion standing: as a 
notice for which no special day is fixed/ As a conseiijuence, a Member who 
desires to prevent discussion of a subject inconvenient to his party, hands in a 
notice of motion which he does not intend to move, and with the terms of m hich 
he may himself disagree ; and this, by the official ruling, prevents debate as 
long as it remains on the paper* whence it can be removed only by the Member 
concerned, 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, A Select Committee which c onsidered this matter in I ROT, reported, 
however, that as * the ride against anticipation ' was originally intended to pre- 
vent any member from unfairly forestalling the discussion of a matter which 
another member had already given notice of his intention to bring before the 
House by motion or bill, but had in practice been developed in surh a way as 
to have an almost exactly opposite efFeii — namely, to enable a member, by 
giving such a notice, to prevent any effective discussion of the matter at all— the 
rule, if preserved at all, should be brought Iwick and confined to its original 
purpose. This woidd be done if it were laid down that the discussion of a 
matter should not be ruled out of order on the ground of anticipation unleik^ 
there was, in the opinion of the Chair, a probability of the matter anticipated 
being brought before the House within a reasonable time ; and the suggested 
alteration is likely to be made in another session » 

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 Commons 
in the form of rcsohitions ; and upon the adoption of the first (which is cus- 
tomarily non-contentious 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 
fuinual Finance Bill, which has then to go through the usual course of 
Government measiu^s, except that it can l>e discussed after eleven o'clock, and 
cannot be altered in any detail bv the House of Lords, which must either accept 
or reject it aj^ it has come from tlie Commons. If any of the Chancellor of the 
( Exchequer's proposals affecting the amount of an impost he amended or with- 
drjwn during the progress of the resolutions or the Finance Bill through the 
House of Commons, the money alrc-ady 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-flefined 
sections, public and private, the former dealing with national or imperial, and 
Uie latter with local or personal, concerns. But of mote m\iett?HH- \q SX\t\^^v»- \ 
I iitoris a further division of the fotmer into GovermTvei\t vv^^d Yt\Na.V't'^«^v£^a^^ \ 
1 busiuGWP, Government busincsH includes not OT\Vy NV\tx\s\!CTvaX '^^'e«-» "^^^ 



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98 PARLIAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 



the whole of the country ■•« financial afFairs ; and an increasing degree of 
precedence and other faciJities* for its prog^ress has of late years l>een accortled 
to it in the Commons. It has precedence at every sitting- except the evening 
sittings on Tuesday a and Wednesdays, which commence at a quarter past eight 
without any previous interruption of business, and the sitting on Fridays ; but 
tlie Tuesday evening sitting is given to the 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 
hoUd(i\'' has been passed. As the Friday sitting- occupies for elTective purposes 
only five hours, and the Tuesday and Wednesday evening sittings not quite 
ttiree hours, tlie time allowed to the 635 private Members for making progress 
with their Bills or moving their resolutions is, therefore, extremely limited: 
and it is not infrequently the more contracted by the Government moving to 
ti^ke the whole time of the House at even an earner date than is provided by 
Standing Orders, while it is still further lessened by the provision that opposed 
Private Bills shall t>e discussed at the commencement of the evening sittii 
Yet some four hundred Members l)aliot at the opening of every session for 
chance to bring forward a BiU or move a resolution. 

COMMITTEES. 

From the point of view of popular liberty, the most important of House ( 
Commons Committees is the Comnxittee of Ways and Means* which is ci 
posed of the whole assembly, and in which originates all financial busini 
Its Chairman, by virtue of his office, is not only Chairman of Committee 
Supply and of Committees of the Whole House, but is Deputv-Spe 
charged, in the absence of the Speaker, with all the powers of the Chair , 
he is chosen from among the Ministerial majority at the commencement of 
Parliament, or when a casual vacancy occurs. The Committee of Sup] 
in which every Member is included, has power to deal in detail with all 
Estimates laid before the House by the various Government departments ; 
it can only grant, reduce, or refuse the amoimt asked for in the Estimates, 
no motion for an increase can be made. In Committee of the Whole Hoi 
the clauses are discussed of such Government and Private Members' Bills 
have not been referred to Standing or Select Committees ; and Members, wl 
can speak only once on each separate question when the Speaker is in the 
Chair, can address the Committee, with relevancy, as often as they please of 
their colleagues will listen. 

At the opening of each session, there are appointed certain Select _. 
mittces possessing extensive powers relative to the business of the House, 
indicatea by thetr names, these bein^ the Committee of Privileges, the Cc 
mittee on Standing Orders, the Committee of Selection, the Committee of Publ 
ArrountSj the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, the Committee 
on Public Petitions, and the Poliee and Sanitary Committee ; whQe the Kitchen 
and Refreshment Rooms Committee is an important body, selected every session 
to provide for the creature comforts of the Members generally. Four Standing 
Committees — sometimes referred to as Grand Committees^are appointed io 
each session, three for the consideration of all bills relating to law and courts of 
justice and le^al procedure, and to trade, shipping, and manufactures, referred 
to them by the House, and the other to deal witli all Public Bills relating ex- 
cJusively to Scotland, and similarly referred. Each of the first three Standing 
Committees consists of not less than sixty nor more than eighty members 
nominated by the Committee of Selection, who must have reg-ard to the classes 
of Bills sent to sueh Committees, to the composition of the House, and to the 
qualification of the membera selected ; while the Scottish Standing Committee 
is composed of all the members representing Scottish t-onstituencies, together 



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PARLIAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 99 



with not raore than fifteen other members nominated in respect of any Bill by 
the Contmittee of Selet^ion, who must Imve regard to I he approximation of the 
balance of parties in the Standing Committee to thut in the whole House. And 
the Chairman of each— who is appointed by the Chairmen*s Panel (t'onsisting of 
not less than six or raore than eight members) noiniiiated by the Committee of 
Selection --was specially given by the House in W)7 the same powers of dealing 
with irrelevance and repetition and with dilatorj^ motions, as well as Ihe applica- 
tion of the closure, as are enjoyed by the Chuirman of Couimittee of the Whole 
House, 20, however, being ,substitutcd for 1CK> as the number necessary to 
render the majority effective for the closure- 
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 
queslion or particular measure, ana they consist of a varying number of 
Members, selected as nearly as possible in proportion to the relative strength 
of parties. They sometimes become Joint Committees by being linked with 
an equivalent body of Peers. Private Bill Committees consist of four Members, 
chosen by the Committee of Selectioii (except in the case of opposed Railway 
and Canal Bills, when the Chairman is appointed from among its own members 
by the General Committee on these measures) ; while Hybrid Committees, 
which deal with Public Bills affecting private interests, arc 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. 

COMMONS, HOUSE OF. 
The House of Commons consists of 670 Members, UiS of whom represent 
England, 30 Wales, 7^ Scotland, and 103 Ireland; and, of the total, 37T sit 
for counties, 2^4- for Ijoroughs, and 9 for universities. The present number 
and composition of the Chamber was determined by the Redistribution Act of 
1%H5 ; and the existing House was chosen at the General Election of January, 
1906. It can thus, if the operation of the Septennial Act be fully insisted 
on, be continued in existence until the winter of 191^2; but only two Parlia- 
ments out of the last fifteen — those siunmoned 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 t!ie 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 he on a point 
of order after a division has been called, when the Member raising it has to 
remain seated, and to wear a hat ; they must not pass between the Chair and 
one who is addressing the House ; an^, when speiiking, they must not step 
beyond a red line woven into the matting on each side of the floor. During a 
debate, 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 sign of disapproval 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 'na tried,' 
and, upon motion made and carried, suspended from the service of the Housft.^ 
having at once to leave the precincts. If his comiuc:^\ie ^oa^'^ ^^ssst^'eA"^ >^^- 
I Speaker cao order his Immeamte withdrawal, and, Vi \ie. &dtave& Vq ^<a^\ve, \wa: 
he removed by force and suspended for the remaindet oi ^e ^^'SWOTv. — 



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100 PARLIAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 



DEBATE. 

A Member who dcsiirs to take part in debate must rise uncovered and 
addresji himself to the Cliair, mid it is for its orciipant to single out which one 
of those who have risen shall speak, by calling upon him bj'" name. The custom 
is to select in turn one from each side of the House, or one who may he pre- 
sumed likely to reply to the arguments of the immediately preceding speiiker ; but 
preference is given to a Minister or an oeeupant of the Front Opposition Bench, 
save in the trnse of a new Member^ who is always ealled upon when he desires to 
make hiis maiden sfieecb. No one tan spe^ix 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 le^ve ; but in Coramittee 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 speeeh. He may not refer to any 
subject which is sub Judhn, or make any personal charges against another 
Member ; must avoid both treason and obstniction i and must be courteous 
both in language and demeanour. 

DIVISIONS. 
When a debate has c^oncluded, either by natural exhaustion or the application 
of the closure, the question before the House is put from the Chair. Those in 
favour of the motion are invited to say * Aye,' and those against it * No ; ' and 
the Speaker or Chairman says 'I think the Ayes [or Noes] have it' If the 
minority desire a division, they challenge the opirdon by exclaiming ' The Noes 
[or Ayes] have it ; * whereupon strangers are directed 'to withdraw, an order 
which in these days appDes only to those sitting Under the Gallery* Simul- 
taneously the Clerk turns a two-minute sand-glass, and, while tlie sand is 
running out, elet^tric hells 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 
Question is put a second time from the Chair, when, if the minority persist in 
their claim for a division, two tellers are named for each side by the Speaker or 
Chairman, and the Ayes are directed to go to the right of the Chair and the 
Noes to the left, the practical eifeet of which is that the former leave the House 
behind the Chair and the latter by the other end of the Chamber, atid 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 w^hich they left, and when the lobbies are ciear the 
tellers come to the table, those for the winning side being on the riglit 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 the subje^-t 
being tiirther discussed. A Memt>er may vote in a division though he did not 
hear the question put, but he is not, in any caae, obliged to vole» and caa 
remain in the Chamber while the division is in progress. 

ESTIMATES, THE. 

In the early part of every session there are laid before the Commons t] 

Estimates for the public service during the coming financial year, these bein£^ 

divided into three sections— the Navy, the Army, and the Ci\'il Service » Wim' 

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 tbe War Office adds to this 

/a speech when laying the Estimates fortnaWy Wtote \i\e. Ccmffioa^**, \i\iS. VVvere is 

no such menjorandmn or speech in the case of tte Gwa^ ^Tmea ^%A*^^a»AXK&^'OcA,*!A \ ' 



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covering- alJ the Gavemment Department.s outside the two already ti anted, no 
oue Minister, therefore, being responsible for the whole of them. Eaeh of the 
Estimates contains a detailed statement of the money intended to he spent in the 
finaneial yeaj- next en.suinp: ; but it is extremely unufmal for the session to pass 
without Supplementary E.sti mates being- presented to cover unforeseen con- 
tio^encies, these greatly adding to the expenditure of the year. When money 
is wanted for any 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 
jmUonal emergency, a Vote of Credit is grauted. 

H FRONT BENCHES. 

The Treasury Bench, which is to the immediate rij^ht of the Chair, is 
occupied by members of the Administration, M-hile on 8ie Front Opposition 
Bench, w^hich faces it, sit members of the preceding Government and Privy 
Coimeillors, most usually (though not necessarily) in pohtical anfeigonism to 
Ministers. The leader of the House, who is the principal Minister in the 
Commons, is responsible for the arrangement of business. No direct official 
responsibility falls upon the leader of the Opposition, who is t'hosen for that 
position by his pjarUaraentary colleagues ; but, as one who has held high office, 
mnd in the customary course may be expet'ted to lie so occupied again, he is 
Buietimes supplied by Ministers with confidential informatioOt and privately 
BPked for counsel. 

HOURS OF MEETtNG. 
The House of Lords meets as a judicial tribunal in the morning, and as 
■islative body at half-past four in the atT:ernoon ; wiiilc the Commons 
able at a quarter Ivefore three o'clock on the first four days of the week, 

at noon on Fridays. On these first four davs, the Commons cease debate 

oa disputed subjects at eleven o^elock, and on Fridays at five* usually atijoum- 
ing' very speedily tliereafter, and at half-past eleven and half-past five respectively 
in any case, milesa a Money Bill is under discussion or the rule on this head has 
d^l^en suspended by vote of the House, 

I KING'S SPEECH AND THE ADDRESS IN REPLY. 

At the commencement and the close of every session, there is read to the two 
uses a Speech from the Throne, prepared by Ministers and adopted by the 
ereign, the etu"tier indit ating to FVirliament the principal raefisures intended 
Xo be propKJsed, the later recording such as have been passed, and eat^h 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 thanks tor the Royal Speech ; and although within re<^ent 
years the form of this has been altered so that instead of the Speech being 
echoed paragraph by paragraph the motion is simply a brief expression of 
thanks, amendments can be proposed alluding to every public matter which 
cither has or has not been touched in the original document, A defeat upon 
the Address is tantamount to one upon a vote of noK-onfidence, and involves the 
inunediate resignation of the Ministry* 

■ LOBBY, THE. 

^^Fhere are various portions of the Palace of Westminster known as *" lobbies, 
and thoug-h the one most often seen by visitors is the Outer Lobby or Central 
HalU into which ail must go w^ho wish to find a Member or enter the House, the 
Iimer or Members' Lobby is the one meant when * the Lobby ' is referred to as a 
place of politi»*al gossip or party intrigue. It is reserved to Menxhet^ «u\ii. «siw- 
Members, Peers, pnvate secretaries of Ministers, and a. ^«i<^ TOMxiofex oil 

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102 PAELJAMENT AND PARLIAMENTABT PROCEDURE. i 

journalists and political organizers* whose names appear on a * Lobby List/ 
authorised by tne Speaker and superintended by tne Serjeant-iit-Arms. The 
correii ponding * outer room' of the House of Lords, is not used for a similar 
purpose but tor the hanging of the hats and coats of the Peers ; and in neither is 
supposed to be permitted that form of parliamentary endeavour known elsewhere 
as * lobbying/ which consists of a systematic endeavour on behalf of powerful 
' interests ' to secure legislative aid for private concerns at the public expense. 

LORDS, HOUSE OF. 
The House of Lords is an ever-increasmg body which consists at the moment 
of over 600 Members. This number includes 16 Representative Peers for 
Scotland, chosen at the eommeneeraent of every Parliament* and 9S Repre- 
sentative Peers tor Ireland^ elected for life* There is no limit, except the will 
of the Sovereign, to the creation of Peers, the average attendance of whom 
during the ( omparatively brief sittings is less than 50, but that tmmber is con- 
siderably increased on any Party emergency, 

MINISTRY, THE. 

The Ministry is composed of a number of Members of Ijoth Houses, who 
occupy the chief positions in the various ofliccs of State, and who, while 
technically holding office under the Crown^ are changed according to the will of 
the Commons. No Administration in modern times has resigned because of an 
adverse vote of the Peers ; but, when defeated in the Commons on a sufficiently 
substantial issue, it must either resign or obtain the Sovereign's consent to a 
dissolution in order that the country may decide whether it shall continue in 
power. The he^id of the Administration is the Prime Minister, who is usually 
also First Lord of the Treasury, although the posit ion^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 varying number (now nineteen) with him form the Cabinet, in w^hicH 
body are always included the First Lord of the Treasury, the five Principal 
Secretaries of State — those for the Home Department, Foreign Affairs, the 
Colonies, War, and India— the First Lord of the Admiralty, the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer, the Lord Chancellor, and the Lord President of the Council ; 
but it is according to the determination of the Premier what other Ministers 
shall be included. Outside the Cabinet are a numl>er of minor official 
positions, departmental, legal, and connected with the Royal Household, 
filled by members of the parliamentary majority, which are changed as that 
minority is altered ; and all holders of these are accustomed to t>e called 
* His Majesty's Ministers,' though in some of the lesser instances this 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 opp>osition to any measure whieh 
is before the Legislature. The right is exercised with great freedom but 
somewhat lean frequency than formerly, the introduction of household suiirage 
having given citizens other opportunities for pressing their wishes upon tne 
legislature ; while now that no debate, except in very special circumstances, 
is allowed on a petition, that its prayer rarely is read in the House, and that the 
overwhelming majority are quietly orop|>ed by the presenting Members in a batf 
si l/re back of the chair, leaving only a bald record subsequently to be published 
in an oMciaJ report^ petitioning does not affetA. ttve -^rtoefctivvk^a or the opinion 
Gf P&rlmment m anything like the old degr^- 

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PABLIAMENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PEOCEDl/RE, 103 

QUESTiONS. 
One of the most valuable and valued privileges of the private Member, 
ereatly as it has been curtailed of hite years* is the puttiiifr of questions to 
Ministers, These may concern any matter of je^eneral or local interest — though 
the over-asking of questions of the latter type furnished one arirument for 
lesseninf^ the privilege— and they are put at the beginning of the sitting, with 
a limitation of time for their answer to an hour. As a rule, they must 
be given notice of in HTiting, but Mini«iters may reply to those or which 
they have received pnvate warniof^. If a Member desires an oral answer, 
be distinguishes his question by an asterisk, and questions not so distinguished 
€» not reached by ten minutes before four on ordinary days, are repliea to in a 
printed fonn, which is circulated with the dnily official * Votes and F*rmH edings.* 
Questions arising out of the answer the Minister has given are allowed, but the J 
putting of sueh supplementary questions is discouraged alike by Ministers and 
the Spe^er. 

RESIGNATION OF SEATS, 

fc In a strict sense, no Member of the House of Commons, once duly elected, 
^k vacate his seat except by death or the dissolution of Parliament. Thert^ is 
^K formal method of resignation, but a Member who accepts office under the 
Crown \^acates his seat. When, therefore, a Member wishes to retire, he applies 
to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to grant him the Stewardship of either the 
Cbiltcm Hundreds or the Manor of Northstead, and, upon this purely honorary 
office being given, nnd duly gazetted, a new writ can be moved for to fill the 
vacancy, such a motion — as also 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. No new writ in case of resignation can be 
issued during a recess, 

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 in these days this 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 twjth 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, varj'ing according to the class of Bill 
sanctioned. For a Money Bill, the words are : *'' Ls Roy remfsrew gm hons imjeta, 
aec^pf^ It^fr hemvolenctf^ at abm h reuit\r for a Public Bill, * Le Rot/ in vetilt\: 
for a Private Bill, * Soil fait comme il mt, dtmr^.^ ; and upon a petition demanding 
aright, whether public or private, ^ Soii droit fnlf mmmi' il eU dmirV Should 
the Royal Assent he refused, it would be in the form, * L*^ lUnf s\%vii(i*ra\; but, 
although this was not uncoraraonly used under the Stuarts," it has not been 
heard in Parhament since March, 170H — not 1707, as given in all the text-books, 
the sigTiifit'ance of the year lying in the fact that the Royal Assent has thus 
been once, and only once, refused since the Le^slative LTnion l>et\*'een England 
tnd Scotland. 

SESSION, THE. 

It is customary for Parliament to meet annually for the Session early in 
February and to separate in August ; but the limit may be extended in either 
Erection, with the consequence that it is possible for a session to extend into 

t years, A question upon which a decision has been taken caimot be 
sned in the same session, nor can h Public Bill be taken up in an ensuing 
m at the point it had reiirhed in the preceding oue, 
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SPEAKER, THE. 

The Speaker of the House of Lords is the Lord Chancellor, though he 
exercises no disciplinary powers ; but the Parliamentary offirial known to all as 
*The Speaker ' presides over the deliberations of the House of Comraons. He 
is the free choice of the Members, for, although that choice has formally to 
be approved by the Sovereign, no monarch since Charles IL has interfered with 
the selection. Nominally he is appointed for a Parliament, but in praetic*e 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 degree not accustomed 
t43 l>e anticipated from the Deputy-Speaker or Chairman of Committees, who 
is changed according to the composition of the parliamentary ma]oritv. The 
Sfjcaker's powers, defined and undefined, are extreniety wide, and his decisions 
are treated with the greatest deference by the House ; and, though his labours, 
in mere point of the time occupied, have been reduced of late years by the 
closing of debate at eleven o'clock, unless the House otherwise specially orderSt 
his responsibilities have been increased by the working of the new rules of 
procedure, and particularly thoise affecting motions for adjournment and the 
application of the closure. 

SUPPLY, 

Of all matters with which the Commons are concerned, the most permanent^ 
important, and the most regularly attended to, is the business of Supply* An 
attempt in recent years has' been made to secure a more systematic examination 
of the Estimates, hy specifically allotting twenty day.s before Aug^ust 5th in each 
session for their discussion. In practice, however, it has been found that those 
responsible for the llsti mates have not been loth to allow^ the House to fritter 
aw^ay 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. Tlie old parliamentary 
theory was crystallised in the phrase, * Grievances before Supply ; ' but the 
limitations now imposed upon the discussion of the Estimates prevent this 
t>einir carried into practice. There are only certain technical difFerences between 
the House sitting as a Committee of Supply and as a Committee of Ways and J 
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 i 
of the session — the one necessary before March ^llst, in order to clear up all the . 
Supplementary Estimates, and the other before the prorogation to deal with the i 
regular Estimates of the year. And the constitutional importance of these 
measures is that the votes of money submitted by Ministers are * for servici'> 
coming in course of payment during the year,* and that all such moneys must 
be appropriated by Act of Parliament to some distinct use either wholly or 
partly within the financial year in which the statute is passed. It is this wl "" 
absolutely prevents this country from being without a Parliament for a full y 

WHIPS, 

Although technically the ' Whips ' are no part of the machinery of Pa 

ment, in a practical sense, and under existing conditions, they are essential \ 

its smooth working. Three parties are recognised by the House of Comrooi 

authorities as entitled to the use of a* Whips* Room,' the Liberal, the C/on* I 

servative, and the Nationalist, From these go forth the simimonses whicli 

bring Members together for the more important debates and divisions ^ and each I 

party Is provided with a chief and a second whip* and certain assistant-whips, I 

rM of whom arc Mejnbers, The MimsterlaV Chief Whip h always the Patronft^ 

Sec'ret/iry to the IVeasury, and hVs assistants bjcc ft^t ^u\mt Vjiitda of tJhcJ 

Ti^easury and cert&in parliamentary offictta o^ Vhe IS^^aV Wwis^^Nii, ^ 



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105 

REGISTRATION. 

(ENGLAND AND WALES.) 



The Period of Qualifioatlon for Ooouplers and I^odgers ia 
One Year, i,e.. Twelve Months immediately preoeding the l&th 
July in any year; and for FreeholdeFS (who have vote^ in Counties 
only* except in the Parliamentary Boroughs of BristoK Exeter, NDrwich, and 
Kottingham), full possession of the tjualifying property for Six Months 
previous to the 15th July. 

^ I.— THE PARLIAMENTARY FRANCHISE. 

^H {Ths Parluunt utart/ FranehiJfin in no earn ejileml^ tn iDomtm.) 

^B (a) C/O UNTIES. 

^■^ In order to vote at Parliaimaiitary Bleotlons a person must possess 
one or other of the following qnalifieations : — 

L — As a Householder^ he iQy.st have lived in the same Parliamentaiy 
DiWsion for Twelve Months preceding the 15th July. He may have 
removed once or oftener* but ko Iotijl^ as each house occupied is within the 
Division, he is entitled to the franchise in succession. Any person who 
separately occupies pai-t of a houm fvt a dwettmt/^ the landlord twl residing on 
the premises or, if resident, exertising no control over the part of the house so 
occupied, is entitled to be registered. 

i- — As a Freeholder, he muiit have possessed for nh' montlitt property 
of the value of forty shillings per annum clear of all expenses, un!ess the 
Freehold is acquired by Descent, Marriage^ or Succession, or promotion to a 
benefice or office. 

% — As a LeaBeholder, he must have held for twelve months preWous to 
the 15th July a lease of property worth i^^O per annum, and originally created 
for a term of not leiis than ^0 years ; or a lease of property w orth £5 and upwards 
per annum, and originally created for a terra of not less than fiU years. 

4. --As a ^10 Oooupier^ he must have occupied for twelve months some 
land or tenement of £10 cle^ir yearly value. 

5. — As a LrOd^er, he must have occupied rooms in the same house for 
twelve months. The annual value of the rooms, unfurnished, is tixed by law 
at XIO, 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. Ever>' man over iJl, who has a right 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 ye^r. 

6.^The Service Franohise, Bank Managers, Schoolma.sters, Railway 
Men, Caretakers, Servants, and others wlio occupy rooms or houses rent free 
on their employers' property, are entitled to tnis lyaiichise, provided their 
employers do not reside on the premises. 

{h) PAIllJAiMEVTAKV EoltOirGHS. 

Id order to vote at Parliamentary Ejections a person must possess 
one or other of the follow ing qualifications : — 

L— As a Householder J he must have lived in the sscKve ?a^Siaxns?cv\»r3 

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106 MMQI8TEATION. 



Borough for Twelve Mantha preceding the ISth July, He may hare 
removed OQt'e or often er, but eo lonf^ as each house occupied is within the 
ParlLamentiiry Borough, he is entitled to the franehise in succession. Any 
person who separate! v oct upies part of a homte, the landlord not residing on the 
premises or, if resiaent, exennsing no control over the part of the house so 
occupied, is entitled to be registered. 

^. —As a £10 Ocioupier, he must have occupied for twelve months souie 
land or tenement of £10 clear yearly value, and have resided within seven miles 
of the Borough boundary during six months previous to July 15th. 

3— A» a Lodger, he must have ot^rupied 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 agreement 
with his father he is the sole occupant of a room in the house, and rai^t, if he 
chose, lock it up and prevent anv other member of the family irom entering. 
Every man over ^l, who has a right 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 case^ Fjodgers must 
claim every year* 

4. — The Serirlee Franohiee. Bank Managers, Schoolmasters, Railway 
Men, Caretakers, Servants^ and others who occupy rooms or houses rent free 
on their employers' property, are entitled to tnis franchl^^e, provided their 
employers do not resiae on the premises. 



II.^THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT FRANCHISES. 



1. Who may Vote for Town and County Cdunoillors 
(Iiondon ESxoepted). 

The Ownership, Service, and Lodger qualifications do not confer a vote for 
the election of Town and County Comicillors. The household and the £tO 
qualifications do ; and * occupation of a house, warehouse, counting-house, 
snop, or other building,* without regard to value, with tlie 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, vfonien (spinsters and widows), if they in all other respects possess 
the necessary quaUfications, may be re^stered. 

Who may Yote for London County and BoFough CounoiUors* 

All persons, male or female, whose names are upon the Parliamentary 
Register as Owners, Occupiers, or Lodgers, or upon the County or Parochial 
Electors* Lists, may vote for County Coimcillors and Borough Councillors. 

!l. Who may Vote for Distriot or Parish CounoilloPB, 

Any persons qualified an Parliamentarj'^ (including Owners, Service Voters, 
and Imagers) or County Council electors may vote for District or Pansb 
Councillors, in addition to married women occupiers ivho, if single or widows, 
would be entitled to vote at an election of County CounciDors, 

'A. Who may Vote for Guardians (in County Boroughe» 
Borou^hi, and Urban Distriots). 

Ali persons whose names are upon the Parliamentary or County Electors* 
or Municipal or Parochial Electors* Llats, excepting Freemen only. 



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{ENGLAND AND WALES.) 

With Hini^ fok thk 

Guidance or Liber ai. REaisriiATioN Committees. 



k Janft 20tli. 



fi«tweeu 
June dOtb and 
Jnlj 30th. 



July 20tb. 



ATtor July 15th 
axid before 
July 25th. 



1 

I 



Angtut 1st. 



Between 
Aognflt 1st and 
ATiinatBOtA 
(if po«Eible 
before 
Aognst 15tb>. 



OwTiershJp portion of Register published by Overaeers. 

Local Sec-retaries to examine Rate-books^ arrange 
Committee Meetings* and take the ne( essary steps to get 
ownership daims made by all new Lil)eral owners. 

Last day for sending in ownership claimji. 



Lodgers on the existing lii^^isttr, if still qualified, must 
send in * Old Lodgers' C lain if;.' 

Overseers publish : (a) List of ownership daimants ; 
(6) List of old lodgers who have re-claimed ; (r) New 
occupation lists. 



An^iist SOtli. 



Angnst 25th. 



Se^itember 5th. 



SovWoeQ 
Aaput 2&th 

aavtembor 8t1i. 




.Sthiuid 

.latii. 



Ailth« year 



Local eoiTimittees to meet and carefully examine alt the 
new list'J, and to make inquiries, with a view to making 
fa) Objections to ownership electors. 
Ih) Obiections to ownership claimants. 
le) Objections to old lodger claimants. 
{d) Objections to persons on New Occupation Lists either 

for Household, £J(\ or Service qualifications. 
J#) 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- 
s eers and on persons objec ted to> 

Overseers publish lists of 

Ownership voters 1 
... ^^1 



8) 



Ownership claimants 1^ Objected 

Occupiers C to 

Old Lodgers J 

and deliver copies thereof on payment. 



Occupation \ 

and y Claims 
New Lodger J 



Last day for declarations, either by owners as to their 
address, or by occupiers as to any of the particulars of tlicir 
qualification, to be sent in to Clerk of the County Council 
in Counties or of the Town Council in Boroughs. 

Local Committees ought 
{(i) to examine and inquire into all objections and claims 
made by their opponents ; (^t) to mark all the new 
claim and objection hsts with full information as to 
politics, and correctness or otherwise of particulars ; 
(r?) 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. 

Revision Court.s held* 



All Liberal workers to enter in Memorandum books all 
changes in occupation and ownership, and periodically 
report such information to Committee TOeeWw^'i. 

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108 

REGISTRATION. 

(SCOTLAND.) 

Th« Pari lam eat «Fy fpaiiGhl«6a in Sdotlanil are aa In Bn^land— owii«r- 
fllilp^ ooGiipation, Inhabltatioy, afsid lodging; thef^ are, bovrevep, some 
dlfTdrences In thm law and mettiodv of Re^latmtlon In regard to oAch. 

The period of quallftcation in from July 31 to July 31 in the case of 0C4?upier* 
and ladders, and fmin Jaruiary 31 to July 31 in the case of owners. 

Thti lists of occuplarfi nro prepared by the AsacHtHors from the Valuation Roll, and, 
as in ScoLland everj-^ teuemcnt of £4 tmnual value and upward.^ It* ineparatelyaKsf^ssed. 
the duty of the olileial who eompiles the voter*' li-tt is much ^impliiied ; the U^t in Uie 
main being a copy of the Valuation RolL 

liOdgers in Scotland aro allowed to claim in auccoKsion from different houses witi 
the same County 0i\iHion or Burj<h, a pririlege not aecordetl to Kngland and Wales. 

The liflt of Electorn tnuat be puhlinhed by the Asaeasor on or before September lA. 

The date allowed for chiimlniK either a» owner, occupier, or lodger, in later t-han InT 
England, vi^^, September 21 ; the aanie date appHeH to objections to the publii^ihed list, 
notwith*itanding which the Parliamontarj" Register in Scotland comefl into force oijr 
Xnvember 1, inatead of January 1 in the succeeding yojvr a« in England and Walen, 

The following are the fmnchiaej* oxlsbont in Scotland :— 

(a\ Counties. 

I, As owner for hIx months prior to July 31 of property of the clear anntml vat 
after all deductioua of £5. or of £10 where the property haw come to the owner within 
the aix months by inheritance, marriage, marrioj^e Hettlemcut. o^ mortis causa dift-, 
position.* 

S, Km ianant (not oeoapant^ on a leane for at leaet 19 yeart< of £50 annual rail 
or on a lea«e for at least 57 yeara of £Ui aimual value, with po»Refl8ion of 12 monthn pi 
to July 31. 

X As oooupylng tenant of a building separately or jointly with any cither build- 
ing, or with land in the same division of a County of the annual value of £10 with 
occupation for 12 nionthfi prior to July 31, and payment of all rates laid upon him, 

4p A« Inhabitant ooonpler of a dweUlng'houae as owner or t^nnnt. or of any 
part of a houwo scparat-fjly occupied a^ a dwelling, and payment of all poor mtcs. 

5, As a aervlco voter where tho dwelling iR occnpted hy virtue of any ofHfH\ 
service, or eni ploy men t. 

6. Aft a lodger occupying lodgings of the clear yearly value of £}Q if let unfnmiHhed. 
with the right to claim Huct^estrion from one honae to another in the same div ision of the 

County. 

\b) Burghs, 

1. As OTwner of a building aoparately orjointly with any other hiiilding or any land 
owned in the same Bnjpgh, of the clear yearly value of £l(J, with residence in tho fiurgll. 
or within aeven milea for aix ruontha prior to July 31, and payment of all aflrteMsed taxoft.* 

2. As ocoupytng tenant of bni1ding>« of the annual value of £10, whetlu^r Mepar- 
atcly or johnly with nny other buildings or hind within the name Eiurgh, for I^ month* 
prior to July 31, and payment of all asaes^ied taxes. 

3. Aft Inhabitant ooonpler of a dwelllng-honfte, or any pn rt nf a botu^, and 
pnjTnent of all poor ratea* 

4. Aa a sanrlee voter, where the dwelling ia occupied by virtue of any office, 
Bervice, or employment. 

5. Aft lodgerv occupying lodjjj-ings of the clear yearly value of £10 If lot unfumlfihed. 
with the right to j^uccea-^lon from one houtto to another in the same Burgh* 



* Where a wife 1« the owner, the husband is reckoned a« owner for the purpose of 



LrBEKAT, Y^AU liOO"K, \W>H, 




REGISTRATION 

IX KNGLAXD AND WALE8 

so FAR AS IT COXCKHNS 

WOMEN OCCUPIERS AND THEIR VOTES. 



iVbte* f<yr the ffuidanec of Wom^n ^cho arf qttaUfied to eote in one or mm^ nf tft« 
fottoityitiff Eleeiionn:— 
Is England and Iff&lea {not induding London) for 

The COL^XTY COUXCIL. The RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. 

The TOWX COUNCIL. The BCJARD OF OUARDIAXS. 

The urban DISTHKrT COUXCIL. The PARISH COUNCIL. 

In London {iwt including the OUy) for 

The COUXTY COUNCIL, The BOROUGH COUX( IL. The BOARD OF 
GUARDlAXa 

In tlia Glty.» for 

The COUXTY COUNCIL, The BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 



™^ BtfoTt School BofjrdA were abolished b^ the Edu<iation. Act, 190^, fvery teaman on 
the Hate-book hnd a tote in the School Board ISlectmn. But, a» the taw now stands^ 

BKIN6 ON THE RATE-BOOK ENTITLES TO XO VOl'E. and IT IS K8BENTIAI, fOr CVCrff 
purpoftr TO BE ON THE REGISTER. 

A HiToman olalniing to be Reglatered must be qualified aa OCGUPIBR, 
eltliep as ownej^ or aa tenant. 

Xo n-oman oirner hoH any right* in tn'rfwe of her own^sMpt to Totc in any local 
election. Until IWi^ women owners, as mich, wore entitled to vote in Poor Law 
Guardian elections, but the Local Government Art of that year disfranehified them, 
while enlarging the a oting rights of men owners. 

No woman lodger ean vote in any Local Government Klection, althoujjh men 
lodgers csan vote in DiBtrict and Parish Council and Guai'dian electionp, and in the 
election of the London Count}' and London Boi'ough Coiincils. 

For v'OtJien there ii* no service frajichiac—iiuch a^ entitle^^ men to vote in District 
nod PariHh Council and Guardian Eleetions*. and in the election of London BorousH 
rounclli*— i.f., no occupation of a dwelling as an olHeial or servant (for example, as 

rn or caretaker) entitles a woman to he ]jlaced on the Register. 
What is an Occupier? 

Houaehold Quallfloatf on.— Every person i>? an OcoupleF who occupies a 
dwelling house, or part of a houne nn a neparat^a dwelling (even only one room), pro- 

^Bsd the Landlord does not. &s Landlord, rei^ide in the house. Thi» qualiflcation in 

^{•Bpeotivo of the amount of the rent^. 

£10 Quallfloation.— Every person iw nn OooupisF who occupies land or businesfl 
preznisej^ of tho clear yearly value of not le^a than £10, and who rosldee within the 
County, or within 15 miles of itti boundary, or, in tho ea«o of the Municipal Borough, 
within 7 miles. 

I Joint Oocnpatton.— Persons sharing tho same dwelling:, or tho same land or 
bosiiifiBS premines, may claim aa jFolnt-Ooouplepat provided the tenancy ik Joint, and 
that the clear yearly value, when diiaded. aTnounte to £10 for each person claiming. 
Tbere !«, however, no such limit to the clear yearly value in the caHc of a person claim- 
big to be registered as a Burgesft for the election of a Town CounciL 

MaFFled Iff omen.— Husband and wife cannot claim as Joint-Occupiers, but, by 
the Local Government Act, 18H4, Peetion 43, they may both be registered, protiictjcd ih^ 



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are not quailtied ittrrcHpfct of the same mopf^iij/j Kuch regii^triitioii will untitle married 
wameii to vote in the clfiution of DiMtricc Councils, Rural and Urbati, Parish Couiiclljj, 
Boards of GuarrlianK, nnd Loiidrm Borough CounnilH, though not in Town Coune?!! 
KlertionM, nor in County Counei! Klectionn, corrvfj^ fhat of ike London County Count iL 

It i8 eeseritiiil that the poar rates due, in roapect of the dwelling-house, business 
promititfi or land, for the year preceding the last ath of .Tannttrv, shall haTQ boeii 
paid hy some person before July 20th, but not necoBsariiy by tlio Oceupior. 

What is the Period of QualiUcation ? 

The Period of Qualificatloti if one 3'ear, i,f ., twelve oionths immediate! ly pre- t 
ceding July l.itb in any year, OceupierH who remove during the twelve months do 
not loso their qualitletttioo, pioAided tliev fiuccessively occupy qualifying prernlAe-i 
during the wlinle period \A'ithln the boundary of the Admin isfcrativo County or tho 
area of election. 

It should be noted that on the Flret day of August the Overseers of every 
Parish place the OccaDier«' List for the coming year on the door of each Church. 
Chapel, Poat Office, ana other Public Buildings In the Parirth- Examine this ILst. and if 
your name in not there, go at onee to the Overseers, or t<o tho Secretary of your Politlctil 
AHsociation. and learn now to make your Glaiin to be put on th© Iteglster. It. 
will cost you nothing, and you should make sure of your ^Ight to vote* 

««^ The LAST DAY for sending In N&:W CLAIMS is August 20th. 



WOMEN CANDIDATES 

IN 1CNGL-4J^D AND WALES. 
For Kloction to a— 

COUNTY COUNCIL, BOROUGH COUNCIL. 

QVAIAFICATIOSS. 

A woman, married or single, is entitled to be a Candidate for a County Council it 
fihe iH a County elector ; for a Borough Council if she i« a burgess. 

NOMINATIONS. 

Forma of Nominatlonu for the County CouncU ean be obtained free of charge 1 
the Retiirning OIKi^er, or for the Boi-ough from tho Town Clerk. 

Only one Candidate's nanio muRt appear on each Nomination Paper, and each Pap 
must be ijigned by two electoi'a m^ nominator and seconder, and eight other electors i 
OAfientoi'B. Tlje elector!* «o uigtiing inupt be reglfitered in the County t ouneil Dii 
or for the Ward in the Borough for which the Candidate in nominated. 

For Election Id a— 

METROPOLITAN BOROUGH GOOHCIL, URBAN BISTRICT COUNCIL, 

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL, PARISH COUNCIL, 

BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 

QUALIFICATIONS. 
A woman, married or single. Is entitled to be a Candidate for election to any 
these bodies, if 

(1) Her name appears on the Register as a Parochial Elector, or 
(2J She has reBidod for the whole of the twelve months preceding the Eleetlci 
\iithin the specified area: 

For the Metropolitan Borough Council, if rcKident in or regiftterod 1 

any Parish comprised in tho Borougli. 
For the Urban DiPtiict Coiiocil, within the Urban District. 
For the Rui'al District Council, within the Poor Law Union. 
For the Parish Council, within the Parish, or within three inllefl then 
For tho Boanl of Guardians, within the Poor Law UnioiK 

NOMINATIONH. 
In all cascH Forms of Nominations can bo obtained free of charge from tb 
Returning Officer, and {except for election to an Urban District Coimoil) from th 
Overseers. 

Only one Candidate's name mu^4t appear on eat h Nomination Paper, and eacll 
Pa,per must be sij^wd hy two Paroeiiial Elcctom of the Fariwh or IHstrlct, or \ViitC 
of H, DiMtiet, in which the Candidate is stawdrng lot e\cit'^\Q,Tk. 

Kach C'andidate nmy, and whcrti possivble abou\^ iicV taot^ NJmvxv otivi "^vixwaaaL^u! 



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SUMMARY OP PAELIAMENTARY 

EI.ECTION OFFEN^CES. 



CORRUFr PRACTICES, 



OFFENCEa 

IRIBEKY.— Xo gift, Icwm, or promise of 

ru(>nt?y i>r monoy's worth iriisiHt be itiRxle' t-o a 
voter' to induce hini cither to vote or to ab- 
stAin from loting* 

The offer or promiso of r sitnatiori or 
emploATnent to u Aotor or any one connes^tM 
with him., if mfido with tlie Hanio obtjeot» in 
alBo briber3\ 

The consequences are the same whether 
briberj^is committed before, during, or aft^r 
Rti election. 

Gi^dng or paying money for the pnrpowo of 
bribery in tirpilvalent to the offence iti^elf. 

A girt or promise to a third persoii to pro- 
cure a vote is bribery* Payment for loss of 
time, wage«t or travelling expenses is equal 
to bribery. 

A njjf person vjho receiveii a hribe, orlmrgahiH 
Jfior ernpioi/metii oj^ reward in rotinidfr&tioti of 
vote, iM guilt u of bribei'y. 



PENALTIES. 



To the briber or the person bribed, 
twelve montha' irnprlHonmcnt, with 
or without hard labour, or a fine 
of £2(». 

Deprivation of the right of votinif 
for seven vears. 

Removal from, and diMqualifica- 
tion for, any public offlctj. 

Payment of eonts of an election 
inquiry in certain eases. 

If citniniitt'ed by the fandidato he 
also loses bin seat* if elected, and is 
diuqualiJled for over from rtrpre- 
Hentlng the Confltilueney. 

If committed by any Agtint the 
ekH.tfcIon iM void, and the Candidat*? 
ia disqualified for seven yearn. 



[, TRJB JITlHO.-'No meat, drink, entertainment 
or provision can be iiaid for or provided for 
liny person, at any time, in order to indiico 
him. or any other per><fjn. to vote or to ab- 
Htain from votins:. 

Treating the wives or relativcH of voters Ir 
BouiLlly forbidden. 

The gift of ticketB to he exchanged for 
refrei^hment is treating:. 

The reeeiver of any unseat ^ drink, iS?c.^ is 
equally guilty, and liable to th^ same con- 
fteguences. 



The same as for Bribeiy, 



UNDUB IMFIiUBNCa.— No force, refltraint. 
or fraud may be used to compel an elector 
to vote or abstain* 

Using or threateningr any spiritual or tem- 
poral injury is undue inftucnco. 

The withdrawal of cnstonv, or a threat to do 
so, corner under this prohibition. A threat to 
evict a tenant wlU also he undue iniluence. 



The same as for Bribery. 



PERSONATION. — Applyin{j /o?' a bfaiot ^ 
paper in the name of another pernon, whether 
alive or dead. 

Voting twice at the 8ame election. 

Aiding or abettinRr tbo oommlswion of the 
ofToncc of personation. 

Forging or counterfeiting a ballot paper. 



To the offenrler, two ycarw* im- 
prlsnnment, witli hard labour. 

J^even years' iiieapaeify to vote, or 
bnld any public ofnoe. 

it committed by any Agent, the 
Candidate loses hw sctkt. 



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PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION OFFENCES, 



ILLEGAL FHACTICEa 



OFFENCES. 

CONYi: Y AN CB.— Paying- or reteiviitg money 
for eonvcyanf>e of voterH Ui ov from the poll. 

^ Private txniveyancea lent B^ratnitoufily tmn 
alono bo employed ; hiiekney ciaiTiAKes are 
prohibllM I'^xeept wheiif hlrtsd by vot4?rH for 
thtir own exclnsive une.) 

ADVERTISINC-'Payiii^ money to an Elcc- 
txjr for cxbibiiinH-billSj &c. (except to regular 
bill-p(»stcr>^). The rn-citrr is al^o guilty. 

GOMMITTES: ROOMS. -HiHng unauthor- 
isod Committee Rcjoms, <Tlie Election Agent 
alonfi, or Sub-Agonts in Countien, may hire 
Committee Roonia, find the number ifi strictly 
limited.) 

VOTING when prohibited or Inducing « pro- 
hibited elector to vote. ^ElectoDi employed 
for payment cannot votej 

FALiBM STATEMENT.— Publish iniJr a fal«c 
statement of tho withdmwal of any Can- 
didate, or with rererenco to the character of a 
Ciinilidate. 



PENALTIES. 



A fine of £100. 
Incapicity to vote for five years." 
If committed by an Agent, the 
election may be rendered void. 



ILLEGAL PAYMENT, EMPLOYMENT, AND HIRING. 



OFFENCES, 

PUSIiIfiHINO BILLS, placards or posters. "^ 
without the priat^r's and publisher'fl name 
and address. (The Election Agent alon.e, or 
Sub-AgontN in Counties. niuBt. iwRue any 
printed matter at the election.^ 

PAYMENT FOR BANDS OF MUSIC, 
tirrchen, flagn. banners, ribbons, &c. 

LENBING OR USING, for the coaveyance 
of voteri^, horses oi^ vehiolfiB uBually kept 
for hire, 

BMFL07MENT of any persons beyond the 
nuiubera allowed. 

(No perj<on ctin be emploved for payment at 
an election except by the Election At?ent— or, 
in Counties, by the tSub^AgentsS— who in utriet- 
ly limited ai* to the nuiuberii he may engage.) 

USING AS A COMMITTEE ROOM any 
room ifi a licensed houfle, refi'ertbment bouse, 
or public elementpry nchool. 



PENALTIES. 



A fine of £lfX). 



IMPORTANT. J 

Any of the above offences, if roniraitted by a Candidate or Election Agren'P 
(or SulvAgent in Counties), will render the election void. The vote of the 
person rominittiiig the offence is also void, in case there is a stTutiny, 

The term * Agent/ as used above, includes members of an Election 
Committee. 

No expen.se must he incurred by anybody without the Election Agent's 
written authority, as the maximum expense allowed by law for each Ciindidate 
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. 

All elaims against a Candidate must be sent to his Election Agent within 
14 days, and paid within 28 days from the declaration of the poll. With some 
exceptions, no claim sent in later can be jiaid. ^ 



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PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES: 

How Created, How Fii.led, 

A MEiinER of the House of Coiimions eannot relinquish liis st* at during- the 
intinuance of the Parliament for which he is elec'ted, nor ean he refuse to 
serve even if nominated and eleeted agaijifst his wilL This rule is, however, m 
prac'tiee evaded hy a Member who wishes to retire applying for the Stewardship 
of the Chiltem Hundreds, an office under the Crown whieh, on act eptanee, 
vacates the seat, and which is resigned an ^oon as its purpose is fuliilled, or 
retained only until the appointment is revoked in order to make way for another 
applieant. 

The aeeeptanc^e of the Chiltern Himdreds during a Recess does not ereate a 
vacancy so as to enable the Speaker to issue a new writ, therefore a Member 
cannot efTeetlvely resign his seat during a Recess, Applications have sometimes, 
under exceptional circumstances, been refused, but ordinarily the Treasury will 
j(ive the office (tlie duties of which are merely nominal) to any Member who 
applies unless there appears .sufficient grounds for withholding it. 
I Vacancies can arise, therefore, only from the following" causes : — 

11. Death of Members. 
'J. Their elevation to the Peerage. 
'X Acceptance of Office under the Crown* 
4* Bankruptcy. 
5. Lunacy. 
I 6, On the report of Election Judges that elet^tions or returns are void. 

TsBUfi of Writfl ^-^ ^ rtttftnei/ orntrti dunuif the Se^^itiotK the writ issues on 
dupin^ SesBioTi ^^^^ Speaker's w^arrant by motion in the House, but where 
the vacancy occurs prior to or immediately after the 
opening of a new Parliament, a writ cmmot be issued until after the expiration 
of the time for presenting- an Election Petition. 

Issue of Writs ^-^ *^ rmmnet/ orrtirif durlmj a 7f#r^.**, the Speaker*s warrant 
dtiFini^ Re^teas ^^^ ^^^ ^^* issues on a Certificate under the hands of two 
Members, that a Member has died or that a writ of 
summons imder 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 Gazette 

eontaining 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 

^his case permissive and not obligatory on the Speaker, so that he may, by 

^■hstalning from issuing the warrant, reserve for the decision of the House any 

i^&estion as to M-hether the Office is one the acceptance of which vacates the seat.) 

Itn. kftunl-nv ^^ ^^ varanrif artssjt Iff/ rm^on, of a M&mb&r Imng adjiidff«d d 

hankrttpt In Etifjffand^ the writ issues on the certificate of 

f the Bankruptcy C^urt. By the Bankruptcy Act* 18W3, if the disqualifications 

W^f sitting and voting in the House or in Comimtteca of Ihc Rciu-?*^ ^i<i wit 

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114 PABLIAMSNTARY VACANCIES. 



removed within sist months from the date of the order, the Court is required 
to certify the bankruptcy to the Spetaker, and the seat of the Member there- 
upon beromeii vat^ant. 

No penalty appears to attach to a bankrupt for sitting and voting, and as 
no notice of his bankruptcy is required to be given to the Speaker for six 
months, a bankrupt Member may cantinue 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 
Gazetted, and the writ must not issue until six days thereafter, nor shall the 
writ issue imless application be made for it so long before the next meeting 
of Parliament as that t!ie writ for the election may be issued before the day 
of such meeting. 

X „_____ U* ^hn ntvaney arU^s hy reason of the M^mh^r^jt ("onfinem^U as aj 
Lmmtir^ the procedure is as follows :— The medical practitioneEi 
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 I 
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, atl 
the expiration of six months if the House is sitting, and, if not^ as .soon as may 1 
be after the next sitting, require the Commissioners to again examine the] 
Member, and if he is still of unsound mind, the report is kid 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^J 
and similarly— 
Hladiion Petition ^^ ^^*^ Viwnmjtf urism hi/ re(iito}i o/ a Mmnher hehuf nn 

maUd on PetUiou^ the House, on being informed byl 
the Speaker of the receipt of the Judges* Certificate, gives the necessary dircctionl 
for confirming or altering the Return, or for issuing a Writ for a new ElertionJ 
as circum stances! may require. 

The Returning ^^ ^^^ ^^ directed to the Returning Officer. Tlie Sherill 
|.j^ is the Returning Officer in Counties and in cities andj 

towns being Counties in themselves, and the Mayor 

parliamentary Boroughs. 



PROCEDURE BETWEExN 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 p!are, day, and hour on 
which he will attend to receive nominations, and, in case of a contested ele*-tion, 
the date of the poJiin^. 



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The foUowing tables (copied by perniission from the ' Duties of an ELet-tioii 
Agent and of a Return ing^ OfBrer at a Parliamentarj Election," by the late 
Frank R. Parker, published by Knight & Co*, 2^7 Ttwley Street, S.E.) show 
how the time is calculated between the receipt 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 pubhc fastings and thankspiving-. Anything 
falling on either of these days may bv done on the next day, but a Bank 
Holiday is to be treated like any other working day and cannot l>e excluded in 
computing election dates. 

CotlKTIES, 

If the Writ be received on (say) July 1st, the notice of election may be given 
on the 1st, 2ud, or 3rd July. 

if on if on 

Ifth* notias of eU^iion is given on ... July 1st .,. July ind ,., July 3rd 
The nomination day cannot be — 

Earlier than... 5th (^th 7th 

Later than ... lf>th Ktth lOth 

If the nomination day is July Ath, «th, 7th, mh, !Hh, 10th 

The poll day cannot be— 

Earherthan Hth, Mb, 10th, llth, I >th, i:ith 

Later than ., 12th, j:]th, J tOi, Uth, liith, Uth 

District Bojiougils. 

If the Writ be received on (say) July Isl* the notice of election may be given 
I the 1st or i2nd July. if on 

li th*s notice o/dection is given on »..,...... July 1st .,. July ^*nd 

The nomination day cannot be — Earlier than 5th tJth 

Later than loth ICrth 

If the nomination day is JiJy 5th, ttth, 7th, Hth, i^th, lOth 

The poll day cannot be — 

Earlier than,.. Htli, 9th, loth, 1 1th, lith, 13th 

Later than ... 1-^. 13th, l+th, I5th, 16th, 17th 

BOKOIJGHS, 

If the Writ be received on (say) Jidy Jst, the notice of election may be given 
I the 1st or ^d July. if on 

If the twtke of eterlioJi is given on July 1st . . . July 2nd 

The nomination day cannot be — Earlier than 4th 5th 

Later than 5th oth 

If the nomination day is July 4th ... July 5th 

The poll day cannot be — Earlier than .,.„ 5th t>th 

Later than ., 8th 9th 



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PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATURES. 

QUALIFICATIONS. 

Anv male person of the full age of twenty-one years, u natural-born subjeti, 
and not barred by ^ny of the inherent or statutory disqualifications named bdow, 
is eligible for election to the House of Commons. 

A naturahsed subject is now also, apparently, eligible. It ha.s been enacted 
{33 and 34- Vict, c, 1 1, s* 7) that an alien, to whom a. certificate of naturalisation 
has been granted by a SeereUry of State, is entitled to all the political and other 
rights, pKJwers, and privileges, and is subject to ail the obligations to whicli a 
natural-born British subject is entitled or subject. Some authorities still hold it 
questionable whether the words in the above section so repeal section 3 of li 
and 13 Will. IIL c. '3 (which enacted that no alien, though naturalised, shall be 
capable of being elected to either House of Parhament) as to quahiy a naturalised 
person for election. 

DISQUALIFICATIONS, 

In Parker's Ekrtlon Agmit mtd Retttrn'mg OJicer (see preceding page) 
different grounds of incapacity for election to the House of Commons are* fori 
convenience, divided into three classes — 

(a) Incapacity by reason of inilrmity or mental imbecility, 
{h) Incapacity by reason of circumstances, character, or conduct, 
(f?) Incapacity by reason of holding certiin offices or positions. 
In addition, there is the disqualification arising from sex—the Candidate nia| 
not l>e a woman. 

Under class (a) fall idiots, lunatics, minors, and persons who are deaf i 
dumb. 

Under class (h) fall aliens, bankrupts, criminals, persons reported by 
Election Court as guilty of corrupt or illegal practices, either by themselves 
through their Agents, at Parliamentary or Municipal Elections. This (L 

auaUfication extends for seven years, or a lesser period, according as to wheth( 
le offence was one for which the Candidate was himself personally guilty, 
reported guilty by his Agent. 

Under class (c) fall priests or dea.cons of the Church of England, ministers . 
the Church of Scotland, or in holy orders in the Churcii of Rome \ eontractoi 
for or on accomit of the Public Service, other than Incorporated Companies 
permanent paid officials of a County Council who are required to devote tf 
whole of their time to such employment ; Governors of Colonies, Judges 
the High Court, Peers of Parliament (except Irish Peers who have not b 
elected as representative Peers in the House of Lords), and various o1 
officials. 

There are partial disqualifications attaching to the following : Retumi] 
Officers, Recorders, Revising Barristers, and certain others holding oi" 
positions. 

It would be the duty of the Election Agent, or officials of a Pfjrty Organ ixt^ 
tion, before the nonii nation of any person holding a public office, to ascertaii? 
whether a disqualification would be likely to attach to the Candidate, and it 
might be expedient to make similar inquiry in regard to any public office held 
by the opposing Candidate. 




LJllJiRAI. ^TEAK BOIVK, \^QS. 



1 




PARLIAMENTARY ELFXTIONS, 



CANDIDATES' ELECTION EXPENSES. 

Tms Cornipl nnil Illegal Pmctlce^ Prev«.iition Act of 1883 Hfi & 47 Vie., c. 51*. hotter 
known as the ' Corrupt Practices Act/ und tlio Jliallot Act of tS72 (35 Jit ^ Vie., c, 33), 
are the prmcipal HtatuU^s under which Parliamcat^iry Elcctioiiis nre now conducted and 
oontrolled. 

The former defines an Bleotlon Expeo«e a** one *!iiciirrtsd on aocotmt of, or in 
respect of. the C!<»riduct or manajtromcnt of an Election/ and places a niaximutn limit 
upon h'uch exryjcndifcurc according to the luunbcr of cloctorfi. 

The following Ih the Scale in Counties, and diviHlons of Counties (and, in Scotland, 
combined Counties), exclusive of the Returning Otlicors' Changes and Candidateci" 
Personal ExpeiiHOs, and the coat of oonveyinK voter« by t^eii in ct^rtaiti cases :— 



117H 

otter ^ 
-,33h I 





For B Siiigl^s Ciindidai«-COT«it|«, 


MBmbm at Ragiitend Electora. 








In GiiMt Ciiyaa. 


Id Jn'luvL 


Not exceeding 2.000 


^mi 


^.'m 


2 909 


710 


d4€ 


3,98Q 


770 


580 


4,90R ... , 


830 


ff^Jl 


nmi ... 


«30 


««> 


fi,99Jl ^. 


950 


7(K> 


7,9«» 


lom 


740 


8,9y0 


1070 


780 


^989 .. 


1130 


S2 


10.9BB 


1190 


8f10 


11,800 ... .- 


fM\ 


900 


1 „ I3,t3f» 


nm 


940 


1 „ 13vH99 ... 


rm 


980 


1 M am 


MSI 


10l» 



And BO on, ^diiig £J0O in Great Britain, and £40 in Ireland, for every complete ItJOO 

Electors. 
_ the ft)lluwins is the Scale In Parliamentary Borou^s, exclusive of the 
rniuK Oflicer*» CbrirKCS and the t^andldiitcH. Pcrt^onal Expenses :— 





mil) in Scotland in UurghH, DL<ri(?bi of Bitmha, Dlvlalotui 
of Bnffchs, anif Combined L%lveM^. 




Uttsftbtf ai fictfiitemi Elocton. 




Ub^f^ OvtuMMi*. 


Two JoLoi C<uuU4»t«]t. 


Not exceeding 2.«XI0 


£350 


£525 


2,999 


M) 


570 




3,969 ... 


>iio 


615 




4,999 ... 


440 


660 




6,989 .. 


470 


70n 




B,999 


60O 


750 




7,B99 


530 


7t»5 




, 8p999 ... ... ... 


fm 


S40 




».999 


SOO 


885 




10,909 


mo 


930 




11,999 .„ 


eso 


97ft 


^^_ 


12.999 


nm 


loao 


^^^b 


13.999 ... 


710 


1065 


^g u.m . 


740 


1110 



> on, adding £.10 for every oomplew 1000 Elect^i-a in lh<' t^ise of wingle Candidates, 
o for every complete lOOO Electora In the case of two Joint CaDdidatcs. The Scale 
amein Iri>th Boroughs with the exception that If thti number of Electors on the 
trdocj* not exceed rM, thcniaximum aniounl shall be (forasingleCandidnt*?), £200 ; 
{ dOO but doe-4 n«>t ex* eud UXiO, £2dCt ; exceeds Um but doci? not exceed I50i\ Jii'75. 
L Joint Candidature is created ia)/ T\1iere the •^ame Election Agent U anjuointed 
y, or on behalf of, two or more CaDdidatcs, or where twuor more Candidate*? by them 
Bives. or iiiv Ak'ciiI of Ak'eiitti; (&i Hire or use the .^ameCortimfttee-roomH, or (c) Eniploy 
'«pa*et Tue Sub-Agents Clerk<i, Mcssoncfors, or Polling Agents^ or 

k^ Put ii' joint Circular or Notice. Hut the Candidature will not bo 

Lwwnied I if i he hire or employment referred to m Vt>S ft.v\ii Vf^\wi ^wt*^- 

Qtal or cuMUiil or of a tTiiia2 or unimportant character. 



V 



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118 



FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 

^By H, Morgan-Bkownk. 

The following 8er!es of dia^ams has been designed to biing au 
cerUiin salient facts in the flscal conti'ovei'sy, facts t-ou often ignoretl ( 
misinterpreted hy the ao-called 'Tariff Reformers/ Tn these hricl 
notes afctiiched to the diagrams 1 shall content tnyself with giving 
referenceH» allnding to any neceseary explanations ov quah^cations i 
my figures, and pointing the moral. 

Diagrams I. and Ta. The Tirade cnrve in e>ach case shows in million 
of £ the aggi^gate Over-sea Trade of the United Kingdom, i.p., txit 
Imports + Exports of Brititih Produce + Exports of Foreign 
Colonial Produce, as shown in the Statistical Abstracts of the Unit 
Kingdon i the figmew for 1&06 being taken from the monthly Tradij 
and Navigation Bet urns. 

The Price cnrve in each case shows the course of prices, expressed bjj 
the method of index numbers, in percent4iges of the piices prevaihng 
in a stjindaid year- 1S7L P^'oni 18t51-1J>00, the rurve is the same 
that given in the chart published in Pari. Paper 1521 of ltl03, and i 
Od, 176L For the years 1901-06 the cnrve is based on the inde| 
numbers published in the Board of Trade Gazette for Jaiuiary 10()7] 
expressed in terms of the old standard year— 1871 —instead of the nei 
standard 1900. This is done to presei-ve the continuity of the curv^ 
and of course does not impair the relativity of the values. In thj 
Fi'ice cm-ve 1000 = 100%, 0{K) = 90% of the standard, and so on. 

Objection is somethnes taken to the adding together of Imports an^ 
Exports when setting forth the foi'eign ti*ade of a country. But , 
moment*s reflection will^ I think, show that the objection cannot le^ 
sonably be. maintiiined. In discusalons on international trade it id 
naturally desired to measure for the different coimtries tlieir relativ<^ 
activities in foreign commerce. To take only Expoi-ts or only Import 
is sufficient where attention is being directed only to Exports oi' Im^ 
ports, as the ease may be ; but in a general comparison of foreig 
commercial relations, to take either one or the other alone is manif eistlyJ 
to give but a pai-tial view oi the matter. For it is too often foigotte 
that all exporters ai'e not necessarily also importers ; and that eve 
manufactiu'ei's consuming imported raw material, who ai^ also larj 
expoi*tei^s» are often not themselves the importers of the law materiali 
they use in their industry. Now, in the long run, we are smely entitle ' 
to assume that every pound^s worth of Imports, no less than ever 
pound's worth of Exports, i-epresents a profitable transaction to somi 
inhabitant of the country into or from which the Import or Expor 
comes. Consequently, to take either one or the other as the sole^ 
/ critenon of a country*s foreign trade is to give l>ut one-hahf uf the 
/picture. Now J, this would not much matter if the conditions wei^ , 
j / Alike for all countries. But they are not* Taka the striking difference 



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119 



DIAGRAM l.—O^er-sea Trade of the. UmfBd Kin0om. 1854- 



» 



1906, and the course of Prices of Commodities 

during the same period as mBssured by 

the method of index numbers. 



J 



2^ m m m 




IL 



J-J^L 



iAAA 



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120 FISCAL DIAQEAMS, 



between the foreign tra^e of the United Kingdom and of the United 
Statues. In the former there is a large excess of Imports, in the latter 
a large excess of Exports » According as cnie or the other is selected as 
the t-eat of relative activity in foreign trade* a marked diffei^nce l8 
shown in thair couiparative trade statistics. The following table shows 
this in striking fashion :^ 

Foreign Tbadk op thb United States comparkd with that 

OF THE United Kingdom in HK)6. 

U.S. A, 
U. K. U. .S. A, porceiitAge 

of u. k: 

(1) Afl measured by Imports... £523,r>00,000 ... £275,000,000 ... 62-6 

(2) As meaaured by Exports... £376,000,000 ... £360,000,000 ,,. 98-1 

In the one ease» the foi-eign trade of the United States woidd 
accurately descrihed aa ahout half that of the United Kingdom ; in 
othei- case as about equal. But either sta^t^ment, though true in 
particular sense, is quite misleading in a general sense. 

Of course, even when we have added together Imports and Expoi 
we have not a complete record of all international transactions— -tht 
remain the movement of treasure and the movement of paper. Not 
the latter may over a series of years be neglected, aa the balance 
intei*national indebtedness ia ultiniately settled in goods or treasn 
But I have always thought that the Imports and Exports of treasul 
—representing, as they undoubtedly do, profitable transactions to ii 
di^iduals — ought always to he included in a general statement 
foreign trade. However, leading this also out of the account, it seei 
impossible to contend that the foreign commerce of a country is 
more fully and more accurately represented by the sum of it« Im] 
and Export transactions than by the one or the other. 

The point of this diagram is the bringing together of the ti 
curves, exhibiting the com?se of Ti-ade and the course of Prices; tl 
suggesting — what ia indeed a most important fact to be iMirne in mi 
—the strong influence exerted upon our Trade Returns by the wholes 
prices of commodities. Trade i.^ almost of necessity expressed in vabw 
but this involves in a period of changing prices an exaggeration or 
modification, at times a falsification, of the general state of oin* ov 
sea trade. A careful study of Diagram I A. will show in wl 
close relation are the two cni-ves to one another. The natu 
tendency of oiu- over-sea trade ia, making due allowance for recurri 
periods of expansion and contraction, cnnatantly to increase, owing to 
increase of popxdation, development of industry, &c. 8o long 413 
prices ai'c steady this natural tendency is plainly discernible in the 
trend of trade. In fact so strong is this upwarii trend of trade that it 
sntfers hut little check from a moderate decline in prices ; on the othar 
hand, a slight increase of prices in times of expansion, or decrease in 
tim**s of I -otv tract ion, exaggerates the movement., cither \vny\ 

But the general effect of a heavy contiimous fall in prices to 
strikingly shown in the small inset chart, "wherein the two curves 
have lieen reduced to their simplest expiession compatible with A 
faithful record of the sequence of events* Here we have roughly t wo 



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FISCAL DIAGRAMS, 



121 



3 



i AG RAM la.Showing for the period 1854-1906 the chief 

oscillations in the course of Trade and the course 
m of Prices: based on Diagram I, 



W 



^ 



mi 



mo *" 






1879 



me 1894 1900 1906 



\^ 



Course of Prices 



V— 



^S^ 



Course of 



7^' 



Trade. 



J 'N. 



A 



A. 



y 



J- 



.^ 



2m 



IsMJ mi mi 




mB4' IB7B 

Prices high 
TmOi rismg 



Prices Mting 



PrtmTising 

Jisdt&uoytnr 




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122 



FI8CAL DIAGRAMS, 



completed pt3t"iods of twenty yeai-s each and one of twelve years. In 
the first, for the great-er part of the tiuje» piices wei-e fairly steady, 
followed in the last three yeai's hy the great inftation of valuer eaus^'d 
V>y the Fran CO- Prussian War. Ti'ade rose steadily and then boomed. 
In the laat twelve yeai-s, prices have first risen and then luaintained a 
fairly high level* Trade, as measured in term a of Imports and Exports, 
hae been remarkably buoy -in t, and but for the hesitation dui'ing the 
closing yeai*s of the war in South Afi'ica, persistently so. 

It ia the second period — from 1873-94 — tliat illustrates most 
forcibly the point I am making. In the relation between the two 
curves of price and trade lies tlie chief explanation of the alleged 
'stagnation' of our trade during the twenty-five or thirty yeiirs 
following 1872, upon which Mr. Chamberlain^ i-ashly adopting tlw 
deductions of a crowd of amateur statisticians, founded his series 
funeral orations upon British Industry and Commerce. Owhig to t 
fact that ive are accufitorned to nieasiire our foreign tntde in terms oj 
iyati4£i tfie long-cofifinued fall in prices during the twenty-thre^ yea\ 
following 1873 falsified for all purposes of useful comparison our t 
returns during those yectrs. Of course » we know as a matter of fad 
that at times in that ' stagnant' period/ e.g», io 1S8 1-2-3 and 188&-90- 
91, British Trade was highly piN3sperous ; and practical people, umlike 
Tariff Reformers, do not necessarily regard a fall in prices as a wholl; 
unmitigated evil. But then, as at all times, in comparing trade reti 
over a series of years, we must he on our guaM against the dist niching 
influence of the factor of prices, £100,000,000 in one year may stand 
for more prosperity than £120,000,000 in anothei- year. 

Diagram II, shows the foreign trade (i.e. Special Imports, 
impoHs foi- Home Consum^ption + Special Exports, or exports 
domestic produce) of the United Kingdom, Germany, United States, a] 
France. By taking ' special ' instead of ' general * trade, a very 
portant bi*ancli of trade (sometiiaes referred to as the Emporiu: 
trade) is excluded from oiu* piu^vlew^. For the United Kingdom, in l!^ 
this excluded trade reached the hug© total of £170,000,000, for France, 
it was about £110,000,000, for Gernfiany about £40,000,000, and for tl 
United States an insignificant amoimtw But as a certain amoimt of oi 
Emporium trade is really transit trade, and ought to be deducted, ani 
as the German flgures are notoriously defective, this exclusion 
necessary. The ciu™ves begin in the year 1890, because, before tl 
year, the German figures are not properly comparable, owing to tl 
many changes intixiduced into the accounts in the year 1880, Tl 
figures are taken from the Statistical Abetract« for Foreign Countri^ 
except as to the last three years, T^hich are taken from the month] 
retm-n of Foreign Trade and Commerce issued in March, 1007. (Tl 
German figures have been proportionately reduced in accordance wi 
the recent more accm'ate official practice of converting the mark 
20'4 = 1L, instetid of 20 marks =1^., as formerly.) For the United 
Stiites the years shown ai'e those ended on the 30th June, for 1800-1 
and on the 31st December, for 1901— 0. 

In the main diagi'am, the striking thing is the general sirailarity < 
the curve for the three gi'eat commercial nations whose population is 
rapidly increasing, and the steady maintenance by the United King- 



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FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 






DIAGRAM II, — Specmi Trade (Le. Imports for HomB 



M 



Consumption + Exports of Domestic Produce^ 

of the four prmoipaf eommeroial 

Nations, 1890-1906, 



4 




124 



FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 



dom of itet commanding lead. The curve for France is added to show 

that the foreign trade of a great commercial nation may be compara- 
tivtjly * stagnant * when measured by import* and exports, although, 
it h*La not yet occmTed to Tariff Reformers to hold up the wealthy 
French people as an awful example of a nation in prematuj-e com- 
mercial decay, the facile prey of foreign rivals, and the home of ruined 
manufacturers and of starving workmen. In the inset diagram the 
imports for home consumption and the exports of domestic produce of 
the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States are shown 
reduced to the common denomination of an equal unit of population f< 
certain years covering the same period. 

It is sometimes objected that to show national trade in terms ^ 
head of the popuhiiioiv m to show it in a highjy artificial, mislead!] 
way. It is true that this method of giving weight to the impoitan! 
factor of population requires to be used with caution. For instance, 
it would not do to compai*e in this fashion communities of very diverse 
conditions, or disparate populations, e,g,, India with the United 
Kingdom, Canada with the United States, Australia with France, and 
so on» But if extremes of the above kind are avoided, it is certainly 
no more artificial and far more consonant with the real implications of 
the figures than to treat nations as units not only of equal potential 
pi*oductivity at a given moment, but as so for all time. The following 
Table gives the detaOed figures for the inset chait in Diagram II. i^ 



Special Imports and 


Exports per Head 


OP PoPULATIOKi 1 


UNITED KINGDOM. 


GERMANY. 


UNITED STATEa 1 


1890 
IBBd 
1900 
lfKI5 
1906 


Impts- 

£ a. d. 
9 10 
9 2 1 
11 3 7 

11 5 4 

12 


EXPTS. 

£ s. a, 
7 7 
5 15 4 
7 1 6 

7 12 1 

8 12 


Total. 

£ «. d, 

18 10 7 

19 17 5 
18 S 1 
18 17 11 

aoifl 


Impts. 

£ 8, d, 

4 4 2 
3 18 10 
3 2 3 

5 17 6 
8 5 6 


EXPTB. 

g s. d. 
3 7 3 

3 3 6 

4 18 1 
4 14 6 
4 13 


TOTAU 

£ if. rf. 
7 lis 
7 8 4 

10 oi 

10 ISO 

11 8 8 


Impts. 

£ s. d. 
2 11 6 
2 3 
2 5 1 

2 18 10 

3 4 


EXPTS. 

£. % d, 
2 16 3 

2 7 6 

3 14 11 

4 
4 6 9 


Total, 
£ s.d, 
S 7 « 
ilO i 

Hi 



Diagram III, presents the main facts of the Foreign Tirade of the 
United Kingdom, Germany and the United States^ for the last 
available year, 1006, both in bidk and per head of the population. 
Special attention may be directed to the exports of manufactures, 
particularly as measured per head of the population. Rdatit^ely to 
population, British expoHs of inamtfactured goods are double those of 
Germany t o.7id foitr tivies those of the United Slates. Of coiu-^e, this 
does not indicate the relative productiveness of individual workers in 
the three countries, hut it fairly represents the i-elative success in dis- 
posing abroad of the pi^ducts of each countiy^s manufactures. Not 
bad result for oui* * dying industries ' I 

Or, we may put the matter this way ; In 1906 a combined i>opu] 
tion of 146)900,0C^Q Americans and Germans exported £356,500, (KJO 
woilh of iiuiuufaeturcs ; while 43,500,000 elfote Britiahei's crontrivi'd 
to export £311,000,000 worth. In short, ott the average, every BiX 
Englishmen exported more manufactures than every sixteen Genua ii» 
and Americans combined. 







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125 



DIAGRAM III.— FOREIGN TRADE IN 1906. 



mtm HimooM 

(43500^00 PEOPLE) 

£376,000.000 



fMMES^jmm 



7orfs 



Manufactures 



3/r fJIftifons 



€523000.000 



wyts 



p 


Haw 


2 


Food 


mmd{^ 


as 


22$ 


, m 


£■§ 


0Ulions 


JifffUons 




I'"' 




'tJ t*S 


F-'-- 




:*•- 


W 


-,..t^.-^ 





jorts mrEOKmooM 

\P9r 
iead 



viahon 



J moofts 



'of 

mrion 



iBl2Q 




GEBMAm 

iOiSOOOOO PEOPLE) 

fS QlOOOOOO 



USA 

( 85.000 000 PEOKE) - 

£369 000000 



MiIL 



sBmnms 



M^nufdcrures 
hi04 SMi/ifons 



i 38$ 000000 



mod 


Haw 
Mafenals 




u$ 


i9d 


ti 


mil 


Mfftwns 


P 

i 



GERMANY 




£475 






Wd 
Mifn&m 






JSi Mtffms 



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M 



126 



FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 



Diagi*aiii IV, deals with the queation of popiilatioii. The estimate 
of total population are Iwised on those given m the various Statistic 
Ab8ti*act8. The eatiinatefi of those engaged in the principal manufa 
turing industries are baaed on the following table taken from p. 4M i 
[Cd, 2337]. 

No, of persons per 10^000 of popidafwi engaged, iifh the three 
pmncipal groif/pn of mamifactiu'ing indufitiHes (i.e., Prin- 
dpal Textile IndustrieJi—l^on and steel a/iid manufactures 
thereof imvcludhig shipbiiiiding — leather, paper, gins ft j pot- 
tery^ and cheniiecd trades,) 





Yeab 


No. 


TSAB 


Nol J 


United Kingdom ... 

Germany 

U.S. A. ,.,^ ,., 


1901 
1895 
1900 


710 
562 
320 


1881 
1875 , 
1880 


712 1 
527 1 

232 1 



Adopting this, I have estimated as follows ;— 

Tmr 1906, Year 1880-1. 

United Kingdom 710 ... .:. 712 

Germany ... 570 635 

U.S.A.... 320 ... ... 232 

Accortling to the official figvireR the German total increa,aed by 
in the 20 Tears, 1875-95. I have simply assumed that it increased 
8 in each period, 1875-80 and 1895-1900, Then for 1906, I have 
each case taken the figure for 1900-1. This is pix>hahly correct for tli 
United Kingdom, hut is certiilnly an imder-statement for both Geis 
many and the United States. I then multiply the^te figures by 4^ ■ 
the assumption that each worker has on the average 3 dependent 
And ill this way I arrive at the shaded portions of the columns in th 
diagram. 

Now, a consideration of the fact«i iUnstrated by this diagram sho^ 
that so far as these groups of industries are concerned, the populatia 
of the United Kingdom had alreMy reached satm-ation-poiiit, aa 
were, a quarter of a century ago, while that of Germany, and still mop 
that of the United States, is even to-day far helovjr that point. BiiJ 
already the German worker-a in these industries exceed the British 
while those of the United States are nearly as numerous as om^. 
follows, quite apart from the increasing dispanty between th 
total populations, that the co-efficient of expansion in Germany 
greater, and in the United States enormously gi*eater, than it is in th^ 
United Kingdom ; and with a greater possible rate of expan^^ioij 
calculated on larger and more rapidly growing populations, hot^ 
Germany and the United States may be expected, other things 
being equal, to be ere long in a position to export moi^ mamifactui'ed 
goods than the United Kingdom, Of coui^e. other things are seldom 
equal, but this factor of population is one to be constantly kept in mmd 
in all international comparisons. i 



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127 



DIAGRAM IV.— THE FACTOR OF POPULATION. 



B, — The shaded portion of eaoh cofumn represents that part of the 
jppuiatioff Immedlatelj dependent on the manufacturing industries. 
The dotted line indicates how much of the column is equal 
to 26% of the popufathn.] 



UfilTED 
KINGDOM 



GERMANY 

woe 



1906 



1880 



1881 






l^lBmi.-^L VEAR BOOK, \m%. 




DIAGBAM Vs~BHtish Over-Bea Trade, distmguishing 



with the Self-gO¥erning Colonies. 

[N,B.—The Self-gomrning Colonies taken are Canada, Newfoundfa 
New ieafand, Australia, Cape Colony, Natal,] 



900 



m73 



m$ 



maa m& lam fSS3 



tBQO 




Trade wifttfymgn Coa/tMes snd 



m 



im 



f37^ 



was me taso len 



fsm 



J 



Diagram V, shows our tot*al Over-sea tiade^ distinguishing thatw 

foit^ign countries and British dependencies enjoying Free Trade, i 

that with our Protectionist Self-governing Colonies, from which 1 

** offer " of such preferences as that contained In the new Auati-al 

Tarilf may lie sivid to emanate. The cliagram shows (1) the compc 

trvi^ iinportHnee of the two tiades, i(}^ tW navwU^^ ^'eater t^xpanfl 

of tmr foreign trndf^, and (8) the iacti W\a\ li^iv \waxVj «^. w^xxswWrx i 

c't^niury there ims been little cliange u\ Uw vtA«^t\NeNi|C;\\^j. v:>™^^ 

Jwo periods of ^itmt tia^B actWity , l^Sl^^^ ?;^^)^^tt:^^^\^k« 



DIAGRAM VL— FOREIGN TRADE AND UNEMPLOYMENT. 



mat mo nss lUQ UK 




1 



Dia^am VI. In this diagram I have brought together the ciU'ves 
of our exports and impoits of iiianiifactufetl goods, and that of iiiiem- 
ployinent. The figures for Imports and Exports ai'e taken from pp. 
341-2 of [Cd. 2337]» and from the Tl-ade 4m d Navigation Returns for 
^J>ecember 1906. The percentage of imieinployed, year by year» is taken 
^Bom a table at p. 90 of [Cd* 2337], supplemented by the Bmird of Trade 
^^aseite for Januaiy 1&(>7. 

^H The main broken cui*ve which goes up and down with violent 

■BsciJlations indicates, year by year, the peit^ontag© of unemployed 

members of tho^e Trade Unions making returns. The line showing 

me:in pfi^^t^ntHge af luivniplayi^d is leased on \\\si \m\\\\ liVWN^. TVw c 

^^le fiJiitfuding both thestf fines is ou the j-it^ld t>t Ww OCwv^^axw. M 

Of coulee, employment as here shown \s nivkUAf veX^Wx ^ ia\\^ xx'CRS^ 

.4/2^ r^'^e? 'nf ^ condition of things m Uv^ \.\^\v^^^ v:;^^^'^ ^"^^^ 

UUned t.^jJe., Of coui^.e too, it dues iiot Vm^AY ^\va\. V\.v. ^xvv^ ^ 



180 FISCAL DJAGBAMS, 



means at o\n* disposal for indicating, from time t« time, the coinpa 
five activity of ti-fide as it affects the working classes. It is quit 
iinpost;ii)le to make a<-*cnra,t<* com pari Rons between this country a] 
othei' countries in this respect for the reasons (1) that no coium< 
basis of comparison exists, and (2) that, as is so often the case, the 
very poverty of foreign stjitistical data tends to conceal for foreign 
conn tries certain facte which fuller knowledge enables us to indicate 
for the United Kingdom- 
There are two things to notice in this diagi»am : the stri 
periodicity of years of good and had employment, with a tendency 
late yeaira to less extreme fiiictuations ; and the fact that the inipoi 
ation of mannfacturod goods, so far from being the cause of lack 
employment — as is so frequently snggested by Tariff Reformers, — tei 
genei-ally to inci-ease when the demand foi' labour is good, and 
stagnate or actually to decline T^hen the percentage of unemplo; 
increases. 

Diagrams VII. and VIII» deal with the * Balance of Trade/ tl 
most fi'nitfvd source of Protectionist fallacy. In Diagram VI L I sh< 
for the United Kingdom and the United States the net result of th( 
total trade (including bullion and specie) on balance — i.e., an showing 
excess of imports or an excess of exports. The icm«arkahle tMi 
about these two curves is that each is to a large extent the e: 
converse of the other. In an inset diagram I have taken, for bol 
certain well-marked poiiods, and represented the sum of the yeai 
balances by a cni've in arithmetical pfogi-ession, which sums to et|uaU^ 
with the given peiiod. In this %vay I get two simple curves repiesei 
ing in their summation the final balance of trade over the wh( 
period, ivhile retaining only the dominant characteristics of 
different tendencies manifested by the course of events fi-om time 
time. I cannot discuss here the significance of this most suggest^ 
fact, hut I may point one obvious naoral, and that is that the almi 
exactly opposite experience of two such prosperous comniimities as 
United Kingdom and the United States over so long a series of years 
(nearly half a century) should give pause to those pohtical economist© ' 
who rashly apply to different countries certain fixed criteria of 
prosperity. 

As accoimting to some extent for the gre^t excess of imports into the 
United Kingdom I have added further curves, suggesting rather than 
defining the extent of the e^u'uings of om- shipping and of our income | 
from investments abroad. The statistics of British shipping are taken 
from the Htat. Abst, for the U. K.» the declared income for British 
investments abroad from the table, now published annually, in the 
Inland Revenue ReiJort — for 100ft I have estimated this at i;80,tX)0,lKM». 
With regard to the curve showing estimated income from shipping 
and foreign investments since 1884, T have pr(x*ee< led in thiswise; I 
have t^iken the tonnage of vessels employed in the foreign trade and 
partly in the lK>me and partly in the foreign tnulr, and assumed a gm«8 
eai'uing capacity of illO a ton in the year 1900 (see p. 101 of [Cd, ITtilJ). 
To the resultant figures I have applied the index numl>ers constnicted 
to represent the course of ocean fi^ights and published at p. 25tl of 
[Cd. 2337] (estimating the following mdex numbers ; ItMM, 75 i 1M06, 80 ; 



I^IBERAt. YEAR Bi30K, \Wlfe. 



FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 



JI AGRAM VII.— THE BALANCE OF TRADF FOR THE 

UNITED KINGDOM AND THE UNITED 

STATES, 1861-1906. 




IJM)6, 80), thus mcreaaing proportionately the estimated earnings in 
years of higli freights, and reducing them in yeai's of low fi^ights. 
The addition of the income from abroad noted in the Inland Revenue 
Report yields the flgiires i-epresented by the cui've referred to. Of 
ixjiirse, this does not pretend to l>e anything more than a very roucrh 
(•«tiniate, or rather sngjarestion, of the very large porti<^»i nf am- impoiia 
whirh are thus accounted for. 

I^IBERAL TEAK BOOK, 190S. 




182 FISCAL BIAGRAMJS, 

Finally, in I>ia|in™^"^ VIII. I make an attempt to show grapliically 
the difference between tlie false and the tnie halance of trade. In this 
diaj^ram the eHtimat-e of dividends and of the earnings of our shipping 
is the same as that in the precedinpr. The estimate of British capital 
Bent ahroad during the years 1884-1906 is taken from an article pub- 
lished in the Sfaiist for July 20tli, 19CJ7, and compiled by a writer of 
recognised aiitliority in these matters. It should be noted that his 
estimate properly i*efers only to netv capital actually mibHcrihed in the 
United Kingdom for investment in foreign* Colonial, and Indian se- 
c'ui*ities, ignoring loans issued in i^plaeement of existing obligatioBS, 
and that portion of new issues made in London hut subscribed abi 

The theory underlying the second figure in Diagram VIII. is 
follows :— 

1, Practically everything that goea out of the United Kingdom 
shown in the Trade Returns of merchandise or of bullion and s[ 
exported. Any * differences ' on the import or export of scrip, shj 
lx>nds, bills, &;c., must, over a long series of years, be settled in g< 
or cash* Of course, if the ITnited Kingdom were persistently living 
its capital and exporting interest- bearing securities in paynicnt f< 
imports, this settlement in goods or cash might be almost indefinii 
postponed— at any rate, according to the length of credit a couni 
coiild command. But the possibility of such being the case with tl 
United Kingdom is absolvit<?ly negatived by the steady increase! of 
known dividends from foreign investments. Therefore, the known e: 
parts must include not only payment for imports, but new capil 
exported* Deducting the latter, I arrive at the toUil of goods 
treasure exported for exchange. 

2, In the interchange of commodities expressed in terms of mon< 
£1 of exported goods can of itself call for no more than £1 of impori 
goods. Consequently the goods and trenasure exported f&r eocchang^i 
must he off -set by an exactly equal anioimt of gotnls and treasure im- 
ported in exchange. The balance of imports represents other things, 

3- In this balance of imports not covered by con-esponding expo] ' 
{and, of course » not to be credited to capital exported, or the lK>rrow< 
wnidd be without their capital) a large enm is know^n to represent 
dividends on foreign investments. So much of this as can he traced 
in the income-tax returns {Inland Revenue Report) I carve out of the 
surplus imports and call 'Dividends.' Another large portion must 
represent the earnings of British shipowners and underwiiters, who do 
not cai*ry on something like half the ocean*caiTying tiade of the whole 
world without adequate pa3rment in goods or cash. This figure is 
admittedly an estimate, and 1 carve another big slice out of the 
aiu-plua imports. What remains must he other profit-s, including 
dividends from investments not disclosed or not distinguished in the 
income-tax returns {e,g., under Schedule D, 1), merchants' prol 
made abroad, parts of salaries, commissions, &c., earned ahroad ai 
remitted home, Indian pensions, &:c„ &c, 

4, These various receipts and profits must be balanced by servi* 
rendered of exactly equivalent value. Hence we find, as we shor 
expect to find, that the final balance of trade is represented in the riiSf 
of the United Kingdom by an excesB of exports, lieing in fact t\ 



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im 



VHh^AGGBEGATE BALANCE OF TRADE OF THE 
UNITED KINGDOM, 1884-1906, 



Asstiownrntfte Trade Returns. 



Imports 







^884 



1906 



Exports 



Treasure 



7AZ3O00,€00 
^.205,000.000 



li}Q4 -. W06 



) 4s mluamgln¥lsible' Exports of Services 



HJ 






Other 
' Proflfs 



tfs * Treasure in 
Excnang^ 

348, 000. ooa 

jf^^i^^Nj^ii -. 

\ifs£ 11439 ooaooo 



r$etmi&sYsh7vip^^ 



of 



I 



cr 



i l t i ' i r ' i uHm" ' '.L iV i X "^ 



•7,m,m 



Goods * Troasi/rB hr 
exchange 

i-L348.O00.OO0 



1884 " /9<>$ ,. . .^^ 



Exports il2 296.000.000. 





LtBKRAI. TBAR BOOK, lfil>8. 



134 FISCAL DIAGRAMS. 



amoiint of iitnv British capital invested abroad duHng the period under 
It; view. 

I should add, that in any atttimpt to make a siniiiai' analysis of tlie 
tjalaoce uf ti'arle of the ITnitcfl Siaten, many disturhing factors inter- 
vene : the large export, on Ijalance, of ATnerican capit^il to Canada, 
the large sales of American securities to EnixDpe, theii* i-epoi^chase 
from time Ui time, their large borrowings, and again, their invest- 
ments abroad, being opposing foiH^ea, teud to mask. If not to negative, 
any Hiieh permanent tendency as is disclosed in the British i-eturns. 
Again, the American imports are imder-vahied hh compared with ours, 
while, the earnings of their shipping being small, there is an outward 
balance of fi-eights due by them to foreign countries, chiefly the United 
Kingdom, Farther, the large expenditure of wealthy Ajnericans either 
touring or reHklent in Europe involves very beavy remittjinces of goiids 
or treasnie neither by way of exchange, nor in payment of creditors, 
nor as investment of capital, tn most counti-ies there is a ceitain 
amount of give and take in tbia connection, but in the case of the 
United States the flow is practically all one way. 

Generally f^peAkin^. tbo forcgoing^ diB.firri&ma, baaed as they are on official fl^ures, 
e^itablisb tbo following propositioni* :— 

I.— The alleged stagnation of British Trade from 1872 to the end of the century ia 
contrary to fact— it is an apparent Btivgnation only, cauHeii by the eflTect of the fall in 
prices upon gross yoIuc^^ which do not btjar any necotsstLry relation to profltd. 
iDiagramrt I, and I a.) 

II*— Dmrinj^ the last fifteen years or %^, when alone Ratiaf Victory oomparitf ons can be 
raadCi, the United KinKdom^ in spit* of the diminishing ratio of it« population^ has 
fairly maintained its nbHohite comtrieriital wuijremiiey over the Unitefl States and 
Gennany, while, proportionately t^ their rcspoctivo popnlationK, the United Kingdotiu 
whether in Importn or TCxpartH, has actually iner^used the already conMderuble 

gap which Be|mt^it«d it from it8 tuo chief comnetit'ors, Gemiatiy and the United 
tat«a. (Diagn\mii U, and IV. and Table at p- 124,) 

UL— The United Kingdom,, with a population roughly only two-thirds^ that of 
Germany, exports mannfaeturos to a value fifty per cent. Kreater, and with a popu- 
lation only half that of the United States, exports nmnufaetures to double the value. 
RpckoninK per head of the population^ the average KngliBhman exports more than 
twice as nmch tnannfaetnreM as the average German^ and more than four times aa 
much a-* the average American. 4 Diagram II14 

IV.— Important as is our trade with the Protectionist Solf-Goveroing ColoitJe& it 
vet repres5ent« only about one-eighth of our total over-yea trade, a proportion whiolt 
has remained practically constant dming the last twenty-five yeaiti. (IHagram V.) 

'V.— Import-ation of foreign manufactures, «o far from being connected with or 
productive of lack of E^lJ^lo5^nent in this country, is most active when trade is bH«lt 
and eraploynieut full. It 1» an Index of genei-al prosperity and not the revered. 
(Diagram VI.) 

VI.— The 8o-callcd ' Balance of Trade a,^ generally understood ia a very Incom- 
plete statenient of a natuin'H intrornational trading account. In any case tiie United 
Kingdom enjoys, by reason of its ability iind Willi ngnees to invest capital abroad, 
what would be called 'a favourable halance of trade/ ve. a targe and oooistaiit 
exee«)8 of exports. (Diagrams VII. and VIIIJ 

There are numerous other statistical tcwts of National Commercial snoceBs, the irre»t 
majority of them eqimlly favourable to the claim of the United Kingdom to be 
Absolutely first in commerce ; hut the above pronositions deal with thoso awptn t** of 
fnternational trade upon which, with a ?aitigular diwregaixi of the eHHunlial facti* of the 
case, Taritr Reformers have concontrotfxl their attention. Tried by all the available 
^«sta, thfire i« nn *urt of doubt that the United Kingdom Ik not only prosperous in trade, 
but progresRively so; and furthert that in just eompairiflon with other conunercl&l 
nationp, she not only maintains tho eommanding lead she ha« so long" eiyoyed» but 
eteadily inereaseii it. 



135 

BKITISH OVER-SEA TEADB- 



L— THE CRITERIA FOR THE FIGUIIES. 



3hambebi.ain'8 Criteria » 

^11 not say entirely, but it is mainly to our exports that we 
look for the test of the progress of oiir tvside. '—(Newcastlej 
20/^, 1003.) 

ery day we are sending out more and more of raw materials 
coal, and we are importing more and more of foreign manu- 
'--{NeiccastU, October 2QtK 1003.) 

HAMBEBliAH^'s Description of 1902, 

e of the best years that British trade has known. '^ — {Liverpool^ 
tlth, 1903.) 

bAI^FOtTR's ^ Dynw^nicaV Criterimi. 

\ ask the optimists to study tendencies — the djrnajnicB, not the 
of trade and manufacture* The ocean we are njivigating is 
^ enough, but where are we being driven by the tide ?* — 
mmic Notes on Inavtlar Free Trade**) 

XL— OVER-SEA TRADE FIGURES, 1902-^7. 

Vears etiding September SOtk (October Xst'Sepietnher dXiih), 
{In Million £',) 



•ts 

ports 


... 


1902-3. 

533-8 

69 


1906-T. 

6421 

94-6 


Four Years" 
Incpoa§c 

108*3 

25-6 


Percentage 
Increase 

20 

37 


torts i^tained 
forts (British Produce) 
WTt« British Produce— 
lufactured goods only 


'1 


464-8 
291-3 

234 '4 


547-5 
416-9 

336-7 


82-7 
125-6 

102*3 


18 
43 

44 



PORTS, British Produck (Ships excluded)— (/n MUUon £). 

^°^^- Goods onljr, 

(Mr, Cfutmberl-ain^s favourite year) ... 256 ... 233*4 

(30 years is * a fair time to go back') ... 109 ,.. 178^3 

t (October, 1906-September, 1907) ... 407-4 ... 327-2 



icpeaae (1906-7) over 1872 151-4 ... 9S8 

„ 1877 208-4 ... 148-9 



'Nine Months only *.. 319-3 ... 250-2 



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ROYAL COMMISSIONS. 

[AH Commissions art ffiven which have not t/^t presented their Jinal Report A^ 
asttrisk denotes that the Contmisfiion itmjt appointed by th^e present Liberal 
ment. The dute after the name, is that of the appointment of the Commission^] 

* Canals and Waterways (March ,M, 19061 

[54 Victoria Street, S.W.] 
T»rma of Rsfmrence. 

*{\) The present condition and financial position of the canals and 
wa^s. 

*(?) The causes which have operated to prevent the carrying out of 
proveTnenta by private enterprise, and whether such causes are removable ^ 
te^slatioo. 

* (3) Facilities, improve men ts, and extensions desirable, in order to] 
complete a system of thorough communication by water between centres 
commercial, industrial, or agricultural importance, and between such cent 
and the sea. 

* (4) The prospect of benefit to the trade of the country compatible 
a reasonable return on the probable cost. 

* (5) The expediency of canals being made or acquired by public bodies t 
trusts, and the methods by which fnnds for the purpose could be obtained an 
secured, and what should be the system of control and management of su 
bodies or trusts,' 



Lord Shuttle worth 

{Chairman),, 
Lord Braesey. 

Sir John Brunner, Bt, M.P. 
Mr. W, J. Crosaley, M.P. 
Mr. R. C. H, Davieon. 
Sir John Doiingtan, Bt 



Lord Farrer. 
Mr. X P. Grifflth. 
Dr. A, J. Herhertflon. 
Sir Francis Hop wood. 
Mr. J. C. Inglis. 
Lord KenyoJi. 
Mr, H. F. Klllick, 



Mn M. J, Hinch, 
Mr. Russell Rea, M,P. 
Mr. J. F. Remnant. M.] 
Mr. P. Snowdon^ M.P. 
Mr. Henry VlvlAn, M,Pj 
Mr, L. A. Waldron, M.! 
Sir John W'ilHon, Bt. 



Be4^etary: Mr. W. B. Duffleld. 



Assistant Secretary : Mr. R, B. Dun woody. 



■ 



"" Ghureh in Waldtt (June 20th, I9m). 
[Royal Commissions House, Old Palace Yard, S.W.] 

T^rvtM of Refersnes. 

* To inquire into the ori^n, nature, amount, and application of the tempo- 
ralities^ endowments, and other properties of the Church of England in Walei 
and Monmouthshire ; and into the provision made and work done by tbe 
churches of all denominations in Wales and Monmouthshire for the spintoAl 
welfare of the people and the extent to which the people avail themselves of 
such provision,* 
Lord Jufltlco VauRhan Wtl- 

Kamfl {Chairman), 
Lord Hygh CociL 
Mr. J. tt Daviea. 



Sir Francis Edwards, Bt.. 

M.P. 
Ven. Archdeacon O. Ev'an». 
Eev. J. Morgan Gibljon. 
Secretary .* Mr* R. M. Thomaa. 



Mr, J. E. Groaves. 

8ir D. Brynmor Jon«i. | 

K,C.. M.P. 
Sir John Wimaaw, BU 



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137 



* Goast Urosion {Jufy ith^ l»Oti). 

[as Great George Street, S.W. 
§^trms of R«f&ren€e. 

* To mquire and report x^ 

* As to the encroachment of the sea on various parts of tlie coast of the 
ited Kinffdom, mud the damage which has been or is likely to be caused 
reb^", and what measures are desirable for the prevention of such damage. 

* Whether anjr furttier powers should be conferred upon local authorities and 
ners of property with a ^iew to the adoption of effet^tive and systematic 
emes for the protection of the coast and the banks of tidal rivers. 
■- Whether any alteration of the law is desirable as regards the management 

* control of the foreshore. 
Whether further facihties should be gi\^en for the reclamation of tidal Jands,* 



, Ivor Gueett M.P. 

{Ckairirmn), 
W. R Beale, K,0„ 

, H. Brown-Ffolkes, 



Comnmnder O. C. Frederick, 

R.N. 
Mr» H. Rider Haggard i 

Mr. T. J. Jehiu 
Mn A. Vs. Lover, M.P. I 

Sir Leonard Lyell, Bt. | 

Secretary : Mr. C. H. GrimBliaw. 



Sir W. MattliowB, 
Mr. R. B. Nicholson, 
Mr. P. OBrien, M.P. 
Mr. T. Sumnierbellp M.R 
]Mr. Stanley Wilson, M.P. 



1906). 



* Congestion in Ireland {Jultf "^^rd, 
\jl\ Dawson Street, Dublin,] 
of Esfsretice. 
To inquire into and report upon ; — 

The operation of" the Acts dealing- with congestion in Ireland, Ihe working- 
le Conge^sted Districts Board, und the Land Commission under these Acts, 
the relations of the Board with the Land Commission, and the Department 
.mcultitre and Technical Instruction. 

What areas (if any) outside the districts now scheduled as congested 
|uire to be dealt with as congested. 
What lands are most conveoientlsr situated for the relief of congestion. 
What changes in law or administration are needed for dealing with the 
m of congestion as a whole, for facilitating the migration of the surplus 
.tJon from congested areas to other lands, and generally for bettering the 
ition of the people inhabiting congested areas.' 

Sir A. P. MacDonnelL | Mr. C^nor O KeUy, M.P. 
Sir Francij^ Mo watt. J Bisliop of Rn|iihoe. 

Dr. O'DonnelU Mn A. Sutherland. 



I 



the 



oblem4 



Dtidley (Chairman} 
'. J. A. Brvc43, M.P. 
i John Colomb. 

^^Kavanagh. 



Secretary: Mr. Walter Callan. 



* Decentralisation in India. (Ssptmi^^er 7th, 1^7). 

[India Office, S.W.] 
|7Wmjt of Hfferenre. 

• To inquire into the relations now existing for financial and administrative 
I between the Supreme Government and the various Provincial Govern- 
in India^ and between the Pro\incial Governments and the authorities 
dinate to them, and to report whether, by measures of decentralisation or 
erwise, those relations can be simphfied and improved, and the system of 
vemment better adapted both to meet the reqairenienta and promote the 
e of the different provinces, and, without impairing its strength and 
to bring the executive power into o loser touch with local conditions.* 

fr, C, E. Hobhouse, M.P. j Sir S. W. Edgerley. | Sir R S. R Loly. 

iChatrnmn), Mr. W. L. Kichenii. Mr, W. 8. Meyer, 

V R C. Dutt^ I I 

Sexretary : Mjv H. Wheeler. 



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Feeble- minded, G&x*e and Control of the {S»pumher 9th, 19(M). 
[Royal Commissions House, Old Palace Yard, S.W.] 
Tgrmg of R^firmws {an Bxiendsd Novsnibf^r 2nd^ 1906). 

' To consider the existing methods of dealiiig with Idiots and Epileptjci 
and with Imbecile, Feeble-minded, or Defective Persons not certified under t' 
Lunacy Laws ; and in view of the hardship or danger resulting to su 
persons and the coraraunity from insufEcient provision for their care, trainin 
and control, to report as to the amendments in the law or other measures whi 
should be adopted in the matter, due regard being had to the expense involv 
in any such proposals and to the best means of seetiring economy therein ; a 
also to inquire into the constitution, jurisdiction, and working of the Commii 
sion in Lunacy and of other Lunacy Authorities in England and Wales, ai 
into the expediency of amending the same or adopting some other system i 
supervising the care of Lunatics and Mental Defectives, and to report as ! 
any amendments in the [rw which should, in their opinion* be adopted/ 



Lord Radnor Whairmanl 
Rev. H, X. Burden. 
Mr. W. P. Bj^mo. [Healoy 
Mr. C. E- H. Chadwyck- 



Mr. W. H. Dickiueon, M.P. 
E>r. H. B. Donkin, 
Dr. J. C. Diinlop. 
Mr. H. D. Greene, 



Mr. C, K. H. HobhouBO, 1 
Mr. C. S, Loch, 
Dr, F. Needham. 
Mrs. PinBent, 



Secretary : Mr. H. B. N. Mothorsole. 

Histof toaJ HanuMorlpta {December mth, IBdT). 
[Pubhc Record Office, Chancery Lane, W.C.] 
T^rmx of Reference, 

* To make inquiry as to the places in which documents illustrative of historyT 
or of general public interest, belonging to private persons are deposited ; and to ^ 
consider whether, with the consent of the owners, means might not be " 
to render such dociunents available for public reference/ 
Sir Herbert H. Cozena-Hardy iCJtain/jian). J Lord Ripon. 

And 12 other CommiB^oners. 
Secretary.* Mt. R, A, Roberte, 

{December 3r^, 1S87, Commwsmn re^mtsd March ^UK HKMS), 

[\% Hanover Square, W.l 
Terms of Eefsr^ncs. 

* To report as to the regulations under which the Royai Bouniy* until now 
bestowed m the gift of Queen's Plates to be won at Race Meetings ♦ may best 
be expended in Prizes to be bestowed by His Majesty at the chief Agricultural 
Shows in Great Britain/ 



Lord Granard iChairman\, 
Mr. H. Chaplin. M.R 
Lord Coventrj^. 



Sir Walter Oilbey. Bt. I 
Sb^ John Gihnour, Bt. 
Mr, J* B. Jones. f 

Secretary t Mr. J. Herbert Taylor. 



Lord Mtddloton. 
Duke of Portland. 
Ijord HibhlesdalQ. 



* LlghthouM AdminiBtratlon (Av<piifi ^th, 1906), 

[Chapel Place, Delahay Street, S.W.] 
Terms of Rejerenee, 

* To inquire into the existing system of management of the li^j^hts, buoys>, 
and beacons on the coast of the United Kingdom by the three general lighthoui 
authoritiest and as to the constitution and working of these authorities, and ! 
report what changes, if any, are desirable in the present arrangements/ 
Mr. G. W. Balfour I Str P. Forbes Adam. I Vice- Admiral W. H. Henderson. 

iOhairmanl \ Mr M. A, Ennifl. I Col. Sir Ivor Hertrert, Bt, M.P. 

Se^iretary : Capt. C. Blgham. 



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* MtttropoUtiui PoUofi, etitl#a of (May %6th, 1906). 

[31 Great George Street, S.W,] 
rtwf of Refarence. 

'To mquire into and report upon the duties of the Metro poll t'lii Poliee in 
aling with cases of drimkenness, disorder, and solicitation in the streets, and 

; manner in which those duties are discharged, with power to make reconi- 

odations thereon- * 

• D. Brynmor Jonea, M.P. I Mr* W. H. Diokinaoii, M.P. I Mr. C. A. Whitmons. 
{Chairnutnh \ Mr. H. D. I^^aocH, M.P. | 

Secr^arj/: Mr. John Lcdlie, 



[31 Great George Street, S.W.] 
'ma of llHferencB {ws exUfhtUd Mtitf IHfA, 1!MJ7}. 

* To inquire into and report on eertfiin questions relating to the health and 
■ely of miners, and the administration of the Mines Acta, namely ; — 

' Whether it is desirable to make corapulsory the watering of the roads in 
and dust^ mines. 

* Whether it is desirable to prescribe the forms of safety lamp which may be 

* in mines, or to prohibit any of those now in use. 

What steps could be taken for the better prevention of accidents» particu- 
'ly those from the use and firing of explosives, from falls of roof and side, 
m underground haulage, and from winding ; whether any special provision 
>uld be made to facilitate the work of rescue in the event of an ac€.<ident ; and 
lether any improvement can be made in the present system of investigation 

inquiry into accidents. 

Whether any steps should be taken to lay down a standard of ventilation 
mines. 

What steps should t>e taken to guard against the disease known as 

yloiitoraiasis. 

Whether the present system of special rules is adequate, and whether the 
thod of establishing such rules could not be made simpler and more effective, 

* Whether any and if so what, steps should be taken to improve the 
!iuinistration of the Mines Acts and the disciphne in Mines. 

* Whether any change is desirable in the present system of examination for 
rs' and Under Managers' Certificates of Competency, whether the 
TS of Metalliferous Mi nea should be compelled to hold such certificates, 

whether certificates granted by Colonial GiJvernments should not be 
ipted in this coimtry. " 

* And also to inquire and report what steps could be taken for the better 
vention of accidents in Quarries/ 

Mn H- H. S. Cunyjigliame. 
Mr. F. L. DavLH. 
Mr. Enoch Edwards, M.P. 
Mr. T. EUlxjUff© Ellis. 
Secrcturif: Mr. ti. W. Harris. 



[Lord Monkswell 

iChainnani. 
I Mr. W. Abraham, M.P. 
iRhonddaK 



Mr. J. S. Hrtldaiie. 

Mr. K. Smillio. 

Sir Linditay Wood, Bt. 



Poop Ij&ws and Belief of OiatreftB [DHcemher ^mh, 1905). 

[Scotland House, Victoria Embankment, S.W.] 
of R«fertinG0, 
*To inquire:— 

Ml) Into the working o^ the Uws relating to the Relief of Poor Persons in 
I the United Kingdom. 



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' (9) Into the various means which have heen adopted outside of the Poor 
Laws Tor meeting distress arising from want of employ men I:, particiilarly during 
periods of severe industrial depression,. 

'And to consider and report whether any, and if so what, modification of 
the Poor Laws or changes in their administration, or fresh legislation for dealing 
with distress are advisable/ 



Lord Qeorge Hamilton 

{Chairman). 
Mr, F. H. Betitham. 
RL Hon. CharlcH Booth. 
Mi's. Bernard BuAtvnqueU 
Mr. Francis Chandler. 
Dr, A- Downos, 



Rev. T. Gajfc Gardiner, 
Mi8H Octftv^a Hill, 
Mr. Geo. LanKbuiy. 
Mr. C. S. LKJch, 
Mr» J* Patten MacDougpalL 
Mr. T. H. Nunn- 
Eev. U R. Phelpa, 
Se^efarj/: Mr. R. G. Duff 
AsKistatit Secretary: Mr. John JefTrey. 



Sir Samuel Provis. 
Sir H. A. Robinson. 
Bi)^hrjp of Ro»a. 
Prof. \V. Smart. 
Rev. H. R, Wakefield. 
Mra, Sidney Webb. 



* Registration af IHtle in Scotland (April 3Qth, 1906). 

[93 Duke Street, Edinburgh.] 
T»rm& of Reference. 

*To inquire and report upon the eatpediency of instituting in Scotland t' 
systera of Registration of Title.' 

Mr. J. Smith Clark. 

Mr. W. J. Dundart. 

Mr. Mnnro Ferguson, M.P^ 

Secretary * F. Unipherfton, 



Lord Dunodin (CAa.irwi.ctnJ. 

Mr. C. F. Brickdale. 

Sir Samuel Chlflholm. Bt. 



Mr. Xeil Kennedy. 
Mr. J. Prosper. 



Sewage Disposal {May 1th, IB9B). 
[Royal Commissions House » Old Palace Yard, S.W.] 
Terjns of Rsference. 

" To inquire into the methods of disposing of Sewage and Trade Efflu- 
ents, &c.* 



Earl of Iddefdeigh 

{Chairman). 



I Col. T. W, Harding, 

Mr. W. H. Power. 
I Sir Wm. Ramsay, 

Secrctartf : Mr. F. J. WilHs. 



Mr. T. J. Stafford, 
Mr. R. A. Tatton. 



* Shipping * Rings' (Ntwsmber %Uh, 1906). 

[21 St, James's Square, S.W,] 
Terms of Heferencs. 

* To inquire into the operation of Shipping * Eing^ ' or conferences generally, 
and more especially into the system of deferred rebates, and to report whether 
sueh operations have caused or are likely to cause injury to Britisn or Colonial 
trade, and, if so, what remedial acHon, if any, shoula be taken by legislation 
or otherwise.* 



Mr. Arthni' Cohen. K.C. 

{CkairTnan}* 
Sir David Barbour, 
Mr. John Barry. 
Sir Alfred Biiteman. 
Sir Hugh BolL 
Mr. Henry Btrchenougb. 



Capt. R. M. CollinH, 
Prof. K. C. Gonner. 
Lord Inverclyde. 
Hon, C. N. Lawnrence, 
Sir W. T. Ijewis. i 

Sir J0bn Macdoiiell, 
Mr. F. Maddlaon, M.P. I 
Secrttary: Mr, J, A. Welistar, 



Mr. W. H. Mitoheil. 
Mr. Owen Philippe, M.P, 
Hon. W, P, Reeven, 
Mr. O. Saunderson. 
Mr. Austin Taylor, M.P- 
Mr. John Turranco. 



ZiIBBRAL YfiAit BOOK, \WSfe, 



ItOYAL COMMISSIONS. 



141 



^uberGUlasis {August MmI^ 1901). 
[Royal Commissions House, Old Palace Yard, S.W.] 
of Bsfifrence. 

* To inquire and report, with respect to Tuberrulosis : — 

' (1) Whether the disease in animals and man is one and the same. 

* (2) Whether animals and man can be reciprotally infected with it. 

* (3) Under what circumst^inccSi if at aD, the transmission of the disease 
Dm animals to man takes plaee, and what are the circumstances favourable or 
favourable to such transmission." 



W. H, Power 

{Chairman). 



I Mr. TL W. Boyce, I 

I Sir J. McFadjean. | 

iSecrftarjf : Dr. E. J. Sbeogrmann. 



Mr. S. H. C. Martin. 
Dr. G. a. Woodhead. 



* YivUeotlon (Septembsr imh, ISCKj). 
[Chapel Pla<;e, Dekhay Street, S.W.] 
rrru of Rsfsrencs. 

* To inquire into and report upon the practice of subjecting live animals to 
iperiraents, whether by \ivisection or otnerwise ; and also to inquire into the 
iw relatinR to that practice, and its administration ; and to report whether 
ay, and if bo what, changes are desirable,' 



Selby {Chairman). 
* M. D. Chalmors. 
W. S. Chiifcb. 



Sir W. J. Collins. M.R 
Pr. \V. H. GaHkeU. 
Col. A. M, Lockwood, M.P. 
Sir J. McFadycan. 
Secretary: Captv C, Bi^ham. 



Mr. A. J. Ram. 

Mr. J. TorakinBon, M.P. 

Dr. G, WllHon. 



Of the Royal Commissions appointed by the Government, one issued its 
Dal Report during 1907— that on Trinity College, Dublin (January i^h). 



1 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION EXPENSES IN 

1 [From H^titrti No. 302 qf 19Qai 


1906:- 


1 


B«gtitered 


Siftnralng 
Oac«n' 


Total GS»ii> 
dld&tM other 




^'S* 


fibigland and Wales 

1 aootland 

Irdand 


5,822.784 
750.401 
691,423 


174,521 
22,61« 
»,IB6 


£ 
820.738 
115,7«3 
22,420 


153.681 


41 

46 

asi 


1 UXITKD Kjngoom ... 


7,284,608 


206,335 


m,mi 


6,845.104 


lai 



i U ILLITERATE VOTERS, GENERAL ELECllON, 1906. 



et«mANi>W^M{gS-^^l? 



J Counties 
i Burghs .,, 
j Counties 
( Bocoug^hB 



Hi VdtM 



2,322,967 

2,345,771 

33S,m 

247.560 

96,487 

38.796 



Komber of 

' imtentta, ' 

YoliBg, 



13,543 

6.215 

1,507 

444 

11,748 



* lEiCentQB ' to 






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THE NATION 

The figures, all ftrr ytars cmUd March Slst, are 



IKCOME. 



(Net Exchequer Receipts) 

I, Tax Rkvknuk : 

Customs ,,, ,., 

Eaccise 

Estate Duties ,, 

Stamps 

La.iid Tax and House Duty ,., 
income Tax 



Total .., 

II* Non-Tax Rkyknui; : 

(i.e.. Post Office Profits ^ \ 
Crown LaTidSf and Su^z \ 
Canal Shares Interest) J 

Grand Total «,, 



1896 

(Liberal) 



20,756,000 
2tt,8WX000 
11,600,000 
7,350,000 
2,510,000 
16,100,000 



65,116i00Q 



4,8^,920 



89,970,920 



(Tory) 






28,262,000 
:^3, 100,000 
12,08O,^JOO 
7,825,000 
2,475,000 
2a, 920, 000 



30,99:^ 
31,000, 
14,2W, 
7,800, 
2,500, 
34.800, 



100,562,000. 121,893; 



5,212.287 5,259,i 



114,774^287 127,152, 



I,— EXPENDITURE, 

(Net Exchequer Issues) 

National Debt Services 

Army and Navy 

Civil Services 

Elementary Education 
Ciiatonis and Inland Revenue 

Total Normal Expenditm^ 
Special Expenditure 



Total National Expend itui'e 

Realised Surplus ( + ) or \ 

Deflcit(^) / 



Total (see above) 



E^ppendihire ou4 of Loval 
Ta^ixttion Mevenue 



1^,068,002 

38,116,674 

10,510,085 

9,355,081 

2,701,916 



20,368,517 
53,807,541 
12,149,826 
11,584,997 
2,833,980 



85,761,448 



85,761,418 

+ 4,209,472 



100,744^7 

67,237,000 
itS. A/rieanand 

167,981,867 

-53,207,580 



89,970,020 



114,774,287 



?.366,117 



9,739,626 



22.49S 
60,031 
12,631 



109,9 

C-hina 



179,671 
- 52,5J 



127,1» 



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■ 1903 
m(T<ny) 


1904 


1905 

{Torg) 


1906 
(Tory) 


1907 

{Lifmral) 


■^.43:^,000 

32,100,000 

13,850,000 

8,200,000 

, 2,350,000 
38,800,000 


£ 

33,850,000 
31,550,000 
13,000,000 
7,500,000 
2,a50,0OO 
30,800,000 


£ 

35,730,000 
30,750,WJ0 
12,350, <KM) 
7,700,<X}0 
2,750,000 
31,250,000 


£ 

M, 475,000 
30,230,000 
12,970,000 
8,180,000 
2,670,000 
31,:S50,000 


£ 

:^2,930,00<} 
30,350,000 
14,40fKO0O 
7,950,1WX) 
2,600,000 
31,600,000 


^,933,000 
^5,439,765 


110,350,000 

5,766,218 ! 
125,115,213 


120,530,000 

6.1:^5,148 


119,875,000 

6,905,474 


119.330,000 
6,892,659 


B|S,372,765 


126,665,148 


126,870,474 


126,722,659 


^K43O,018 

^■0,044,488 
^BS,830,48S 
^K159,184 
HB,039,997 


28,788,694 
65,302,861 
14,026,415 
18,332,805 
3,085,000 


28,866,939 
64,967,770 
14,087.804 
14,235,728 
3,093,000 


30,883,6:^5 
60,:^>2,477 
14,105,774 
14,964,968 
:^, 148, 000 


31,618,092 
57,1:34,576 
13,944,723 
15,427,U6 
3,179,000 


^^7,504,775 

H^,800,(H>0 
^^H SomaJ it a nd 


124,535,775 

5,995,000 
ExpedUian) 


125,251,241 

125,251,241 , 
+ 1,413,907 


123,404354 


121,323,837 


H8.304,77a 
H)2.9B2,010 


130,530,775 
- 5,415,557 


123,404,354 

+ 3,465,620 


121,323,837 

-H 5,398,822 


B>5,372,7e5 


125,11S|218 


126,651,143 


126,870,474 


126,722,659 


^^9,f67,373 1 


9,795,078 1 


9,812,378 


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TAXATION IMPOSED AND REMITTED, 
TEN TORY YEARS— 1896 1906. 



1896-7 . 
18&7-9 . 
1809-1900 



1900-1 . 



1901-2 . 



190^-3 



1903-4 
1904-5 



1905-6 . 



1896-7 



1897^ 
1898-9 



1890-1903 
1903^4 . 



1904-5 
1905-6 



L— Taxation Imposed . 

Cocoa Butter 

Nil 

New Stamp Duties,.. ... 

Increased Wiue Duties 

*SpiritB Imported in bottles 
Duties on Beer (Is. per ban*el) and Spirits {6d, 
per gaJIon) 

Tea (4d. to M. per lb.) 

Tobacco 

Income Taac (8rf. to Is.) 

Coal 

Sugar.,. 

Gliicose 

Income Tax {Ifi. to Is. 2rf.) 

Com ... ... ... ... 

Income Tax (Is. 



2d. to Is. 3d.) 

Duty on Imported Spirits (Id. per gall.) 

NU. 

Income Tax (lid. to 1*.) ... 

Tea {M, U) Bd. per lb.) 

Tobacco 
ML 

II. — Taxation Remitted, 

Modiflcations of Estate Duty 

Bednction of Land Tax from 4s. in the £ to is. 

on the annual value of land subject to 

Land Tax 
Nil, 
Fui'ther graduation of Income Tax 

Rearrangement of Land Tax 

Reduction of Tobacco Duty 

mi. 

Income Tax (4ci.) ... ... 

Corn Tax 

Molasses ,.. ... 

NIL 

Tea (8d. to M. per lb.) ... 



Yearly Tidd 
£ 
a, 500 

542,000 

298,000 

40,000 

2,639,000 
2,092,000 
1,416,000 
9,700,000 
2,100,000 
6. 100. 000 

80,000 
5,000,000 
2.600,000 
2,580,000 

11,000 

2,500,000 

1,938,00C> 

603,000 

£40,045,500 

110,700 



Total Tcumiion Ijuposed (1896-1906) .. 
„ „ Remitted 

Net l7npo8iti(m ., 



85.00O1 

130,000 

12Q,tK>0 

1,400,000 

10,000,(X)0 

2,500,0<XI 

08,00E) 

1,938,000 

£16,851,70aj 
£ 

40,045,500 
10,351,7<10 

£23,6i)3,800 



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■ TAXATION IMPOSED AND REMITTED, 




■ TWO LIBERAL YEARS— 1906-8. j 




L— Taxation Imposed, VeaHy rieid 




1906-7 . NiL £ 




1907-8 . Estate Duty (increased on Estates exceeding 




M in value £150,000) ,.. ... 1,200,000 




■ £1,200,000 1 


^m II.— Taxation REMrrrED. 

■0O6-7 . Tea (0^. to 5ci. per lb.) 1.120,000 






|V Tobacco 170,000 




■T Coal ... ... ... 2,000,000 




1 1 I9Q7-8 . Income Tax (Tax on Earned Incomes not 




1^ exceeding £2000 reduced from U, to 9d.) 1,250,000 




H £5,140,000 




^^B Total Taxation Remitted (1906-8) 5,140,000 




^^K Imposed 1,200,000 




^^K ^^^ Reduction ... ... £3,940,000 


B REVENUE FROM ESTATE DUTIES. 




^ftf%e revision made in the Death Ditties in lSU-6 by Sir IViiUam Harvourt did not 




^K take full effect tttUU 1895S.I 




^H Voai. Allocated to the Allocated to hoc&l t^*„i 
^V ^®*^* Exchequer. Taxation A ceo mitfi. lOiaL 






■ 1800-1 ... £7,4Si,642 £2,413,668 £0,898,310 




■ 1891-2 ... 8,281,849 2,811,186 11,093,035 




H 1802-^ ... 8;^7,848 2,398,030 10,785,878 




■ 1893-4 ... 7,616,632 2, .363, 059 9,979,691 




B 1894-5 ... £8,754,343 £2a40,<M2 £10,894,385 


■ 1895^ ... 11,639,900 2,448,708 14,008,608 




■ 1896-7 ... 10,741,379 3,136,895 13,878.274 




■ 1897-8 ... 11,185,098 4,268,102 15,440,190 




■ 1898-9 ... 11,486,818 4,245,760 15,732,578 




■ 1890-1900 ... 13,909,313 4,499,980 18,409,293 




■ 1900-1 ... 12,483,262 4,237,867 16,721,120 




■ 1901-2 ... 14,250,827 4,262,887 18,513,714 




■ 1902^ ... 13,711,675 4,201,602 17,913,177 




■ 1903-4 .-. 13,034,946 4,291,191 17,326,137 




■ 1904-6 ... 13,010,875 4,247,556 Vl;im,i^\ 


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■ 1905-^ ... 12,968,082 4,31M4S Y\:?A\,^2ft^ ^ 


H J90(f-7 .„ 14,262,824: 4,695,^H9 \%,Vi?i'^rv^'?> 




B UBEBAL YEAR BOOlt, l^QS, , J 


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150 




NATIONAL INDEBTEDNESS, 1865-1907. 




yinelvdiitQ F^mde/J and Unfunded Debt esUmaird Capital UaMlitp in renpcct qf 
Ttrmlnable Annvi.tte», and Capital liabtHtiftt in renped of sums horromtd under 






miriova ActsA 




{Froin ParliameJitary Return [Cd, 3476]*) 




Year ending GroHB liabilities 


Year ending Gross Uabllitioa 




March 31st. of Btato, 
X 
1865* HO0,457,25B 


March 31 nt of State. , 
£ 
1887 709,803,454 






186fi 


790,853,637 


1888 


704,634.953 f 




1867 


797,592,458 


1889 




697,504,295 




imn 


794,491,358 


1890 




687,089,046 ' 




im9 


794,2^6,469 


1891 




683,480,453 




18T0 


779,562,331 


189S 




677,069,062 




1871 


773,895,001 


1893 




671,119,937 




1872 


770,977,056 


1894 




667,290,715 




1873 


764,^57,834 


1895 




6.59,001,552 




isn 


756,571,280 


1896 




652,286,366 , 




1875 


750,919,985 


1897 




645,171,525 J 




1876 


750,195,577 


1899 




639,817,51)7 ■ 




18T7 


746,900,994 


1899 




635,393,734 ■ 




1978 


746,^69,643 


1900 




638,919,931 ■ 




1679 


r44,679,579 


1901 




703,934,349 ■ 




1S80 


741,273,105 


1902 




765,215,653 ' 




1891 


736,691,276 


1903 




798,349,190 




198« 


733,760,466 


1904 




794,498,100 




1883 


727,266,565 


1905 




796,7:i<j,49l , 




1884 


719,340,509 


1906 




788,990,197 




1985 


713,920,500 


1907 




779,164,704 




1986 


716,115,505 


* In the yeat-fl 1865-1887 the gross liabilibiBfi are got by deducting from the totol 


1 




REDUfl'lON OF NATIONAL DEBT. 1 




llndttding Fktnded and Unf^tnded Bebt and estimated Capital liabUUy in reaped 




of TerminOrble Annnilies,] , 




Year ending n H 




March 3l8t. *" ■ 




1W4 (Tory} S,U9.000 ■ 

19O.0 (Tanf) 7,567»0OO ■ 






191)6 .., {partly Tory, paHly Liberal) 11,852,000 ■ 

um {Liberal) ^. ... „. .„ 13,714,000 W 






1806 (Est) .. ... "■ il4b€ral\ ^, ,, „ 16,80(*,000 


YIELD FROM Id. IN THE £ ON TAXED INCOMES. _ 




YKir ending n 


Year ending * ^| 
March 3lst '^ ^M 




March 31st. 




1896 1.983,000 


laos %m,m V 




1896 2X03.182 


1903 


2,53&,a«r m 




18»7 .i,098,602 


1901 


%m,m M 




18B8 ... ... 24aS,3S0 


i9a5 


2,m,m ■ 


/ 


JSS» ... »- 3.2&4,289 


i90e 


%m,am ■ 


/ 1900 2,353.61& \ 


wm ... . 


%mm W 


/ IWl ... .,. 2A15,i^ \ 


^^^^^ I^IBBEAX^ TBAB BOO«, 1^^. 



POLITICAL PEXSIOXS. 



m 



les c^ an Penskmefs mdcr Ijbr ^Axm! CWp» IVw^wl Axf^ >!^ft^ ^«l^ 
Hint of eadi pensiao, ttK" dslr fiwi vincii * i«» |-!1NM^^jx AH*! tW K^Ai 
paid in respect oi cadi pewMa ts^ cadi pnawwr nf^ t^ MmvK l)*^'^^ 
vnuaHan of Fariknmtmtmwy Rtimrm^ No. ^fi^« «:tf l!N^^^ 



NAME. 









19thAujrust, 1869 ... 






9th October, 1870 ... 


1,^W 


V,Hi9 I ti 


1st October, 1881 ... 


\|,()00 


wAn 9 u 


1st April, 1884. 


l,lKH> 


i,:U9 u II 


5th May, 1880 


l.^(K) 


6,79i 10 11 


10th July, 1885 ... 


%,iWk) 


Uh 9 


29th June, 188(J ... 
1st January, 1887 ... 


1,2(K) 
2,<N)0 


9,:i75 1« 5 
28,760 17 5 


5th April, 1888 


1,2(X> 


7,iOI IH ti 


19th April, 189? ... 


$?,000 


I2,20<j 9 3 


25th January. 1895... 
2Cth November, J900 


1,200 
J,2<J0 


^,9HH |<^ JO 


11th August, 1902... 


1,200 


5,282 i^ 2 


2eth Octobca-, 1903... 
11th December, 1905 


1,200 
J,2<W 


'6^U J5 H 
J.2Hi J5 8 



. Hon. Charles Pelham 

rs(thslats) 

Hon. Thomas E. Head- 

Ukelaee) 

L Hon. Hugh C. E. 

crs (thslcUe) 

L Hon. G. J. Shaw- 
Te {now Lord EversleyY 
. Hem. Lord John Man- 
{the late Duke of Rut- 

L Hon. the Eari of 

leigh {t1i£ late) 

L Hon. Baron Emly 

■fe) 

. Hem. ViBcoimt Cross 
t. Hon. Sir Michael 
»-Beadu Bt (now Vis- 

St.Aldwjfn)X 

L Hon. Lord George 
!K Hamilton 
:. Hon. Anthony John 
^eS^iUu Uste) 

Hem. Henr\' Qiapiin. . 
. Hon. Sir ^ofan Eldon 

. Hem. Lord Balfour of 

Hoc. GeraidwVBaifour 



Dsinr. n^i^ued iii Fdrmarr. 1889. + Peruiioo nsnU^ttusA lu tfhat'At, iMtPi. 

: PeoKioD rw%u«d in No%'efob«r. 19UG. 



«£ TAX RATES POB THE UUTJ" KJKJT VKAIW. 



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NATIONAL INDEBTEDNESS, 1865-1907. 






{Including F^tndfd and Unfunded DeM, eiiii7}mted CapUol HaMlUp in respect of 
Ttmiinnblt Anrndli^x, and Cftpit^l lifrbifUifS in respect of Bitnte itorrowed undtr 






fmrious Acts.l 




(F7'om Parliantentary Return [Cd. 3476],) 




Year ending GroBft liabtlitlefi Your endinj? Gross Jiabilitiea 




March 31eL of State. 
1865* 800,457,259 


March 31 st of Stat>e> 




1867 709,803,454 




1886 




790353,637 


1888 704,634,952 




1667 




787,592,428 


1889 697,604,295 




1668 




764,491,358 


1890 687,099,046 




1869 




764,236,468 


1891 ... ... 6S3,480,459 




18T0 




779,562,321 


1892 677,069,062 




1871 




773,885,001 


1893 ... ,.. 671,119,937 




1872 




770,977,056 


1994 667,290,715 




1873 




764,357,834 


1995 659,001,552 




18T4 




756,571,290 


1996 662,mfi.366 




1875 




750,818,985 


1997 6-45,171,525 




1876 




750,185,577 


1899 636,817,a>7 




1877 




746,900,984 


1999 635,303,734 




1878 




746,262,6*3 


1900 638,919,931 




1879 




r44,679,579 


1901 703,934,349 




1880 




741,273,105 


1902 765,215,653 




1881 




736,691,276 


1903 ... .. 796,349,190 




186« 




732,760,466 


1904 794,499,100 




1883 




727,266,565 


1905 796,736,491 




1884 




719,340,508 


1^06 789,990,167 J 




1885 




713,920,500 


1907 779,164,T0|« 




1886 




716,115,505 


^M 


* In the years 1865-18S7 the ^osa liabilities are got by deducting from the total 




the amount of local loana outstanding. Local Loans Stock wa^ created in 18i& ^_ 


REDUCTION OF NATIONAL DEBT, 1 




[Indiidin^ Funded and Unfunded Debt and estimated Capital liabUiiu in respect 




of Terminable Annniiies,\ 




Year ending „ 
March 31st. ^ 






1^ i'Sprv) umjm 




1905 \Tory\ .„ 7,557,000 




1906 ,.'. .. {paHly Tory, partly Liberal^ 11,862,000 

1«07 ~. ... iU^ral\ 13.7U,<]00 




1008 (Est) (lAb^ral) „. ... 16,800.000 


YIELD FROM li>. IN THE £ ON TAXED INCOMES, 




Year ending « 


Year ending • 
March 3lst * J 




March 31 wt. * 




1886 


1,962.000 


1002 .. ... %mAm^^M 




1890 


2sm,im 


1S03 ^^'M^^l 




18^7 


i.Ci98.602 






1898 


i.MaS.380 


1006 ... ... §,580Ld3M^^^^^| 




]g90 


i^m.^m 


1906 , 3,61S!,$0^^^^^^| 




1900 


2.353,619 


1907 4,4 ,i, 2,€B8l^^^^^^^I 




1901 


'2A16M2 M 


1 


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POLITICAL PENSIONS. 



161 



Names of all Pensioners under the Political OflBces Pensions Act, 186P, with 
the amount of each pension, the date from which it was granted, and the total 
amount paid in resect of each pension to each pensioner up to March, 1907. 
{In cotUtntKUion of Parliamentary Return, No. 362, of 1904.) 



NAME. 



The RL Hon. Charles Pelham 
ymers (the late) 

The Rt. Hon. Thomas E. Head- 
lam (^Aa late) 

The Rt. Hon. Hugh C. E. 
Ctulders (the late) 

The Rt. Hon. G. J. Shaw- 
Lefevre (now Lord Eversley)* 

The Rt. Hon. Lord John Man- 
ners (the late Duke of But- 
landn 

The Rt Hon. the Earl of 
Iddesleigh (the late) 

The Rt Hon. Baron Emly 
(the late) 

The Rt Hon. Viscoimt Cross 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Michael 
Hicks-Beach, Bt. (now Vis- 
count St. Aldwyn) X 

The Rt Hon. Lord George 
Francis Hamilton 

The Rt Hon. Anthony John 
Mundella (the late) 

The Rt Hon. Henry Chaplin. , 

The Rt. Hon. Sir John Eldon 
Gorst 

The Rt. Hon. Lord Balfour of 
Burleigh 

The Rt. Hon. Gerald W. Balfour 



Date from which 
Pension was granted. 



19th August, 1869 .. 
9th October, 1870 .. 
1st October, 1881 .. 
1st April, 1884 

5th May, 1880 

10th July, 1885 

29th June, 1886 
1st January, 1887 .. 

5th April, 1888 

12th April, 1892 

25th January, 1895.. 
26 th November, 1900 

11th August, 1902 .. 

26th October, 1903.. 
11th December, 1905 



Amount 

of 
Pension 

per 
Annum. 



£ 
1,200 

1,200 

2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

2,000 

1,200 
2,000 

1,200 

2,000 

1,200 
1,200 

1,200 

1,200 
1,200 



TotiU 

Amount 

paid up to 

31st March, 

1907. 



£ *. d. 

30,810 12 H 

2,849 7 6 

11,473 9 11 

4,329 14 11 

6,794 10 11 

955 9 

9,375 16 5 

28,760 17 5 

7,401 18 6 

12,206 9 3 

2,988 16 10 

7,383 13 11 

5,282 12 2 

3,834 15 8 

1,284 15 8 



* Pension resigned in February, 1889. t Pension resigned in March, 1888. 

X Pension resigned in November, 1905. 



INCOME TAX RATES FOR THE LAST FIFTY YEARS. 



1854-1855 
1855-1857 
1857-1858 
1858-1850 
1859-1860 
1860-1861 
1861-1863 
1863-1864 
196^1885 



8. d. 
1 2 



1 

7 
5 
9 
10 
9 



1865-1867 
1867-1868 
1868-1869 
1869-1870 
1870-1871 
1871-1872 
1872-1873 



7 / 1873-1874 
6 I 1874r-1876 



s. d. 



1876-1878 
1878-1880 
1880-1881 
1881-1882 
1882-1883 
1883-1884 
1884-1885 
1885-188T 
1 1887-188a 



8. d. 

3 

5 

6 



^ \ 



XJBHBAL YBSAB BOOISL, 1W», 



\ 



188a-1893 ., 

1893-1894 .. 

1894-1900 .. 
1900-1901 
1901-1902 

1902-1903 . 

1903-1904 . 



8. d. 
6 



1 2 
1 3 
Oil . 



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152 



LIST OF BOOKS. 

A Short Biolioghaph\" for the Use of IjIbeuais, 



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Liberal Publication Deiwirtoieiit. 42 Parliatoent Street, S,W. 

CONTENTS. 



Bioifraphies 152 

Church liueBtioos . . . . . 153 

Co-operation . . , . . 153 

Defence and Military Service . . 151 
Democracy and Citiisenshlp . . .155 
Et^'^ooomic Science and History . , 150 
Education , . . . . . .150 

The Kmpiro 157 



FiiiaDco, Taxation, and Rating 
Foreign Affairs 
Free Trade and Protection 
General » . . . 
Houite of Lord£ 



158 
150 

im 
im 

165 



Housing 186 

Ireland ..,»... 1«8 

Labour Qucf;t!on& ..... 107 

Land Questions 169 

Local Govern me [it 170 

Municipal Kuterprine , . . . 171 

Political Science and the Coustitntion \ki 
Poverty, Poor Law, aud Old Age Pen- 

fliouH 178 

Socialism .ITS 

Tem pcrance an d Lioen at ng Quostf ons ] Ti 

Tn\de, Commerce, and Trusts . , 175 
AppundLK— Fiction . , . .175 



BIOGRAPHIES. 



OpomiBelL 



z 



JouK MoRLEV, {MamniiMn} 
„ Fiiedi:kic Harrison. i3Ifwmillaji} 

mralpole. JoHx MoaLEY. {M<i&millan) 

Ohatham. Fuederic Harrisoi^. {MacniiUan) 
Pitt. Lord Rosebery. {MacmUlan) 

Fox:. J. L. Hasoiond. (Methuen) 

FeeL Lord Hosehehy. {Cassdl) 

„ J. R. TiiURs FIELD. {MacmUlan) ... 
Lord John Rusaen. Spe>xer Waltole. (9 vols.) 

,, ., ,, Stuart J, Reid. (Dmt) 
Adam Smith. F. W. Hirst. (Ma^millan) ... 
Cobden. Jokn Morley, (Fkhm* Umtin) 
Wesley. Joi^rna! — edited by A. Birreli. {IsbhUr] 
Lord Shaftesbuify. Edwik Hodder. (Cas^^U) 
Hazzlni. Hot ton King. {Dent}... 
Mill* J. S. Autobiography. (Loni/mamj 
' Carlyie. J, A. FrfOFDE. (4 vols.) (Lonymaiia^ 
I^imt^&elL J, A, Fjioi?i>e. {iy«mX\ 



{Lmi^nvim) 



8* d, 

9 6 

2 6 

.2 6 

S 6 

10 6 

2 6 

% S 

9 BiL 
9 On. 
9 6n. 

3 6n. 
o. p. 

4 6n. 
o. p. 

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LIST OF BOOKS. IgS 



liOPd Beaoon&fldld. T, P. O'Connoe. {FMer Unwiu} ^ 6 n. 

John Bright. G* Barxkit Sjctth. (CtuiteU)... o. p. 

^, XaOImI Gpanvill©. Lord Fitzmauhice. (9 vols.) {Longmans) ... 30 On. 

^■GtladAtone. John Mohley. (^ vols.) {MfwmiUnu) ,., ,., ,,. 10 On, 
i' „ Hebbkrt pAirr.. {Smithy Pllder) .,* ... ... 7 6 

I „ Sir T. Wemyss Reid. (Camdl) .., ... o. p. 

r ,, G. W. K Russell. {I)snl) ^ 6 n* 

[ Lord Randolph Ghuvchiil. WiNanoN Chukchiu.. (Macmilfan) 7 6 n. 
Li „ ,, Lord Rosebery. {Humphrtfifs} .,, 3 6 

|HReiury Favroett. Siit Leslie Stephex. (SmUh^ EltUr) 1£ 6 

P 'Yicrtoria. Sidney Lee, (Smithy Eldtir) ., ,, 6 

CHURCH QUHS'TIONS. 
Sllliot, Hon- A- The State and the Church. i^lacmUlnn) ... 9 6 
McCarthy, M. J. F. Church and State in England and Wales, 

18iJ)-190f>. (Simpkin) ... ... ... ,, 7 6 

HoleswOFth, Canon* History of the Church of England, 1660- 

M6U. (K6(/ari Paul) ... ... ... ... o. p. 

Selhorne, Lord. Defence of the Church of England. (Macmiflan) 2 6 
„ ,, Ancient Facts and Fictions, {MairmiHan) .., o, p, 

Hnttoni IHT. H. A Short Historj^ of the Church in Great Britain. 

{Rkunt^tOTi^) ... ... 3 6 

tlkeats, H. S., & Hiall, R. History of the Free Churches of 

England, 16«B-1891. (Clarks) ... .,. 

Home, C. SOvester. A Popular History of the Free Churches. 

{Clarke) ... ... , ... 

Holloirell, J, Hirst. What Nonconformity stands for. (Clarke) 
ogOFS; J- Guinness, Church Systems in the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury, (Tkaokt^r, M^imorml Ilall^ Farrhyfdon Sir est, London) 
Church Reform- (Imperial Parliament Series.) (Somuns^hmn) 
The Case for Disestablishment. {The Liberaiion Socktj^) 

ilkinson, Rev, J, F. Disestablishment (Welsh and English). 

{Clarke) 

Rvans, Howards The Price of Priestcraft- {UheraUon Society) 
„ The Case for Disestablishment in Wales. 

{Lib&ratlon Soewtj/) ... 6 

Mudie Smith, R. Religions Life of London. {HodiUr ^ Stouffkton) o, p- 
Repoft of the Royal Commission on Eeclesiastical Discipline. 

[Cd. 3040) iWifm<tn) ... ... .,. ... ... 9 

(Vol. I. of the Evidence fCd. 30ti9] t^sis k. 5^^., Vol. II. [Cd. 

SOTO] Vs. 6cl., Vol. ML [Cd. :»71l3^. M., and Vol. IV. (Appendices, 

Index, and Analysis of Evidence) [Cd. 3072] g*. Id,) 

CO-OPERATION, 

Potter^ Beatrice (Mrji. S. Wehf*). Co-L»pcrative Movement in 

Great iiritain. {Sofrmthw/wiu) ... ,., ... ... ... ,.. "-1 ^ 

AolAnd, A, H, 2>*, and Jones, B< Wotkmg "^eu Oi-o^\^V<cj^%. 

{Oa-Qjf^ratim Union^ ManchmUr) ^ '^^^ 



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16i LIST OF BOOKS. 



Holyoake, G. J- History of Co-operation. (2 vols.) (Fisher ** d. 

Unwin) » 2] On, 

Holyoake, Q. J. The Co-operative Movement To-day, (lHi)l) 

{Meihit4*ti) ... ... e 6 

Ki^opotkin, Prlnoet Mutual Aid~a Factor of Evolution, {Ilahw- 

Tnann}... ... ,,. 3 B 

Jones, B- Co-operative Production. {Co-<iperattve Union^ Man- 

ch^tsr) ... ... ,,. ... i 6n, 

Uoyd, H. D- Labour Co-partner.ship. (Harper) 5 

Industrial Co-operation. Kdited by Catherine Webb. (Co^pm-atirff 

Union, MfinchesUr), ... ... 2 6 a 

Daviea, M. LI. The Women's Co-operative Guild, 1883^94. 

(\V{}m4^ns Co-opnrativfi Guild) ,*. ,,^ *.* ... _. ... 10 
NicholBon, I. Our Story. (Co-operative Union, Manchester) ... dn. I 
Co-operative Wholesale Society's Annual. (Co-^peraiitie WhoUmih 

8omety^ Manrh&ster) ... ... ... ... ... 9Cil| 

Annual Report of Co-operative Congress. {Co-opsratinfe Union, 

Manehmter) ... .,. .,. ... 3 fii 

Board of Trade Report on Workmen's Co-operative Societies. (1901) 

[Cd, 698] {W^man) .,, ... ... L 3 

DEFENCE AND MILITARY SB!R¥ICB. 

MauMoe^ Sir J. F. The National Defences, (Ma^rniillan) ... 2 6 , 

DUke, Sir C, and Wilkinson, SpensQi*. Imperial Defence. 

(ConstaU^) ... o. P- 

Mahan^ Capt. A. T, The Influence of Sea Power upon History, 

1660-1T«3, (Lf>w) .., ... 18 

Oai'narvon, LoFd. The Defence of the Empire. (A Selection 

from Letters and Speeches) (Murray) ... ... ... ^., ^ \\ 

BlcMsht J. S. Modem Weapons and Modem War. [Be La More 

Press)... 
BrasBey, Hon. T. A. Problems of Empire. (Humphreys) 
Amery, L. S. The Problem of the Army. (Arnold) 

ESeher, Viscount. National Strategy. (Ilumphrfiys) 

Wilkinson i Spenser. War and Policy. (ConsfaMe) 

RosSt Major C* Representative Government and War. (Ilutchin- 

stm) ... ... 

G Wynne, H. A< The Army on Itself. {Warns} 

Browne, Col- B. C, National Service : The only Effective Solu- 
tion of the Problem of Imperial Defence. (MarL&hos«) ... 
Coulton, G. A Strong Array in a Free State. {8impMn) 
*PromptuB/ The Principles of Home Defence, (Rm^) ... 
Yon dor Doltz, Baron* The Nation in Arms. (Translated) (R^es) 
Wilkinson, Spenser. The Volunteers and the National Defence. 

{CojudabU} ... , ^ $^ 

Haldane, R- B. Army Reform and Other Addresses. (Figk^r 

Unwin) ... ... ... ... , 7 fi| 

M&IdAnBf M, B, Army PoHcy. (Two speec\its, '^^mwiVv "^ ^sud 

July 19, 1906) (Bmi) \ ^" 



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LIJ^T OF BOOKS, 155 



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15 


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1 


On. 


7 








9 


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9 


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1 


11. 


3 


6 


0. 


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13 





7 


6 


95 


On. 


5 






JLraold-Forstet* , H. O, The Army in 1906 : A Policy and a 

Vindication. {Murratf) ,, . ..» 

A Library of Peace and War. (Introduction by F. W. Hirst) 

{* Nation' Office) ... ... ... 

TolBtoi, Goimt. War and Peace. (-2 vols.) (Scolt PahUJiint^ Co.) 
Report of the Royal Commission on the Militia and Volunteers, 

[Cd. ^361] (W^man) 

Report of * Lord Esher's Committee.* (4 parts) (Wifman) .„ 
The 'War Commission' Report. [Cd. 178!)]. (W^fmn) 

(Vo\. I. of the Evidence of Witnesses [Cd. 1790] costs 4*. 5(/., 

Vol. XL [Cd. 1791] Sit. lid, and the volnme of Appendices 

[Cd. 179^1 3*. 6d,) 

DEMOCH&CY AND GITIS^MNSHIP. 

j Mill, J. S. On Liberty. (RmitUdge) ... 1 (I n. 

,« Considerations on Representative Government, (Utmi- 

tsdifii) .,. ... ,. 

Rose, J. H, The Else of Democracy. (Bl^ickle) 

Godkin, S. L. Problems of Modern Democracy. (Oonsiable) ... 
Wallas, Graham. The Life of Francis Place. {Lmi^fnawt) 
i Maine, Sir H. S* Popular Government. (Murray) 
lU Ostfo^orski, M. Democracy and the Organization of Political 

Parties, (i^ vols.) (Macmlllan) .., 

H«>bhouse, Lj. T. Democracy and Reaction. {F'uihs^r Unmln) ... 
DeplQige, Simoji, The Referendum in Switzerland. (Khu/) ... 7 6 
BrycQ, James. The American Commonwealth, (i^ vols.) (Mac- 

tnUkin) ,., ... ... _, 26 i\ 

Wiloox, D, F, The American City — a Problem in Democracy, 

(Maemilkm) .,. ... 

Riis»ellj Hon. B. German Social Democracy. (Kim/) 

Br0wzi, W. Jethro. The New Democracy ; A Political Study. 

(MacfmUun) 

GlddingSt ^< H. Democracy and Empire. (Macmiikin) 

Bright, John. Speeches. (Matrmillan) 

„ „ (Selection edited by J, Sturge) (Dmt) 

Bupke, Edmund* On Conciliation with America. {Utarmdoti Press) 
BoBanquetf B* Essays and Addresses. (iSomwuschem) ... 
I Clark, F. M. Outlines of Civics. (Marmilt<in) 
I Science in Public Affairs. Edited by Rev, J. E. Hand, (Preface by 

I Mr. Haldanc) (Jlisn) ... , 

I Good Citizenship. Edited by Rev. J. E. Hand. (AUmt) 

' Stephen, Sir Lealie. Social Rights and Duties, (i vols.) (Sot^ 

Trotter, W. F. The Citizen and his Duties. {Jack) 

Stubbs, C, W. (Bishop of Truro). Cbrist and Economics. {Pifmmi) 

Chamberlain, J* The Radical Programme. (1883) {Chuprfian ^' 

Hall) ., ;, ^ ^ 

Chamberlain, J, Speevhes, 1880-1HH5. (R^ ufliidy*^ .^^ v^.v. \ 

Ma,ckintosh A. Joseph Chamberlain on ^W\.\\^\dft%. V>1^^^*^ ^ 



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HThiteley, G. C. The Education Atts. (Fitll text) (Kniffhi) ,,. o. p. 
Paj-liaraentaty Diary of the Education Act, 190^, &c., &c. (Ntdimml 

Education Asmrmtloa) ,.. ... ,.. .,* * 9 6 

FairbmiFii, A. M . Education : National or Denominational ? 

{National Edurafwu Aagoeiafton) 
Handbook for Members of Local Education Authorities. (Knit/ht) 
King, J. Tlie School Managers Handbook, {Arnold) 
The Education Crisis. (A Defence of Popular Management in 

Publi I ■ Educa tion ) ( Natmnal Edurat ton An^wfialto n) 
Gorst, Sir John. The Children of the Nation, {Mtithuen] 

Tuokw^ell, G. The State and the Children. {Meikmn} 

Alden, Mi's. Percy. Child Life and Labonr. {Readl&^) ... 
Philpott, H. B. London at School. { Fisher Ummn) 
Morley I Charles. Studies in Board Schools. (Smiik^ Elder) 
Health in Schools. (Annual Report for 1903-4 of the Medical Officer 

of the late School Board for London) {Kiuff) ... ... .,, i fj 

The Mosely Edueationai Commission Report. (I9fl4-) {Co-op0ratii}e 

Prmtintf Society) ... ... ... ... ,., 10 

Legislation in regard to Children. (Report of Guildhall Conference, 

l90*i) {Kin^} , ... ... 1 On. 

Report of the Royal Commission on Secondary Education. (1895) 

[C.7H6g] iWi/man) ... ... ... 1 11 

Special Reports on Educational Subjects. { Wifman) 

Sixteen vohimes of these reports liave at present been published, 
arid some of the more important reports have been reprinted 
separately. The following may be mentioned:— 
Vol. 4. Educational Systems of the Chief British Colonies. [Cd. 416} 4 8 
„ 5. „ ., „ [Cd.417] 4 

„ 7. Rural Education in France. [Cd. B34j „. 1 4 

„ 9. Education in Germany. [Cd. SS^i] 'i 1 

„ 10. Education in the United States of America. Part L 

[Cd. a37]... ... ... 2 3 

Special Reports on Intermediate Education in Wales and the Or- 
ganization of Education in Swibterland ... , 1 1 

Special Reports on Secondary Education in Prussia 1 

Annual Reports of the Board of Education. {IVtpnan) Various 
prices. 

THE BMPIRE. 

B^erton, H. 13. Origin and Growth of the EngUsh Colonies. 

{O.pford Unwersitf Pre^a)... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2 6 

Seeley, Sir J. R, The Expansion of England. (Mactnilkm) ... 4 On. 
Woodward, W* H. A Short History of the Expansion of the 

British Empire, 1500-1 fKJ:?. [CUtmhridife Uiiit^erttift/ Preits) 4 

DUke, Sir C. W. Problems of Greater Britain. {Mamnman) ,.. 12 (J 

The Empire and the Century. (50 Essays.) (Murrai/) "21 On. 

Chamberlain, J. Foreign and Colonial Speeches. Uft91\ {HmX- \ 

]edf/€) ... ... ... ^ ^ \ 

MollAnd, B, Imperium et Libertas. (4niold> .., V*. '^^^ 

mmioh,MmiL Jraper/aJism. (IluUhlnmrC) — -^ "^ ^"^ 



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„ Canada To-diiy, (Fi^htir Unwhi) 

Bourinoti Sir J. Canada. (Futher Unwhi] 

Liberalism and the Empire. (A collection of Essays) {Brbidetf 

Johnson} 
Reinsoh, P. S. Colonial GovernmeTit. {^faemlih^I) 
Payna, £«. J. Colonies and Colonial Federation. {MacmiUan} 
Parkiii} G* R» Impenat Federation : The Problem of National 

Unity* (MacmiUau) .,, 4 6 

Liuoaa, C. P- Historical Geography of the British Colonies. 

(6 V0I5.) (Clar&ndon PrBSit) ... SH U 

Huntdi*, Sir W. W. A Brief History of the Indian Peoples. 

(Oxford Unimrsit^ Fretis} ... .,, 3 6 

Cotton, Sir H. J. S. New India ; or India in Transition. {lCi<ffan 

Paul) „. .„ 3 en. 

Fraser, K, IIT. British India. {Fhhtfr Umpiu) 5 

Townseiidj Meredith. Asia and Europe. (Cmtstubls) .,. ..- .S o. 
Statistical Abstrat t for British India ( 1 H9ti-1 90fi), [Cd. 37-^4] ( W^tmm) 1 3 

H&ll, H. Fielding. The Soul of a People. (MaeimUau) 7 6 n. 

Jexiks, Ml. History of the Australasian Colonies. {CamfyrUlffe UhIp- 

armti/ PreM) .,. .., ... ... ... ... ... , . . 6 (I 

Tf^garthen, G. The Australian Common wtfalth. {Fi}(h(tr nimtn) 5 (I 
Rowland, P* P* The New Nation i A Sketch of the Social, Polit- 
ical, and Eeononiic Conditions and Prospects of the Australian 

Commonwealth. {Snuth, Ehhr) ... ... ,.. ., 7 fi 

Reevea, Hon, W. P. State Experiments in Australia and New 

Zealand* (:2 vols.) {Da La Morf^ Prms) 
Durham, Barl of. A Report on Canada, {Methmn) 
BradshaifiT, F. S elf-Go vemraent in Canada. {Klnif) 
Johnaton, Sir Harry H. A History of the Colonisation of 

Africa by Alien Races. {Cambridge (InheraUi/ Prti^n) 
T]ieal» O. McC. South Africa. (Fkher Unwtn) 

„ A Little History of South Africa. {Fkher Unwin) 

Bryoe, James. Impressions of South Africa. {Mafrmlllan} 

Buchan, J. The South African Colony. {Bkirkmowi) 

Eliot, Sir C. The East African Protectorate. (Anujid) .. 
Jebb» Richard* Studies in Colonial Nationalism. {Arnold) 
Trotter, W. F, The Government of Greater Britain. {Ihni) 
Rowntree, *J* The Imperial Drug Trade. {Mr(hum) 
Milner, Lord. Imperial Unity. (Two Speeches, 1906) (*iV^«/ioi«i/ 

Eeriew^ OJlrs) .,. ... 1 On. 

Statistical Abstract for the British Empire, 1891-1903. [Cd. 3338] 

{Wipnan) , ,« .., ... I 0^ 

The Proceedings of the Colonial Conference, 1907. [Cd. 35^3] 

{Wpnan} ,. 

riNANCK, TAXfi.'IlOH, ILTftll B.U^\«0, 
Jovonm^ HT, S- ^VJonev and the Mcc\iaLii\iiYv\ \A lLx<.:\\ai\^t, V)v«^yaiv 

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OoBohen, Lord. Theory of Foreign Exchanges* (EffltHfham *• ^^ 

Wihmi) ,,. ' ... 6 On, 

„ Reports and Speeches on Loral Tiixation, 

(Marmilfan) ... _. , ... 5 

Ba^ehot, IBT. Lombard Street. {KeAfan Paul) 3 6 

Giffan, Sir R. Growth of Capital. {BeU} o. p. 

Cossa, %4* Taxation in itji Principles and Methods* {PatiMmji) ... 3 G 
Wilson, A, J. The National Badget ; The National Debt ; Taxes 

and Rates. (MacmiHan) ... ... ... n, i». 

CaBnaJij E!. The History of Local Rates in England. {Kintjf} ... 2 <j 
Pal^rava, M< H, I. Local Taxation of Great Britain and Ireland. 

{Marm^) ... ., ... 5 

Blunileii^ G. H. Local Taxation and Finani-e. {Sommnjicftsln) .►. 9 6 
Graham^ J. C. Taxation, Local and Imperial : imd Local Govern- 
ment. iJCinf;) 2 On. 

I^ange, M. 1I« Local Taxation in London, (Preface by Lord 

Welby) (Kim^) , ,. ... ... 1 On. 

Schooling, J. Molt. Local Rates and Taxes. (Ward^ Lock) ... 1 
Buxton, Sydney. Mr. Gladstone as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 

{Murraj/} ... , « ... ... 5 n. 

„ Handbook to the Death Duties. (MurTfti/) ... 3 6 

The Burden of Arraaraents. By the Dibden Club. {Fmhar Uuwin) li 6 
LcliolBon, J. Shield. Rates and Taxes as ajfecting Agriculture. 

(^onu**n^chffiu) ... ... ... ... ... ... .,, ... 2 6 

Mundahl, M. S. Governments and Trade : A Summary of the 

Nation's Aeiount from lH-t6 to 1900. {Lifmrat Pttfdtratifm iM- 

parhn^ni) 

wleE, T. Gibson. National Finance in 1!M)5. (Simpkin, MarshaU) 
Financial Reform Almanac. (Simpklm Marxkall) 
Report of the Royal Commission on Loral Taxation, [Cd. 638] 

(Wi/man) 
Adam, M* Land Values and Taxation. {Jack) 
Berens, Ij« H. Toward the Light. {'■ Latui Values' Puhiicfitlon 

Dei*at'lmi'iti) ... 
Fox, A* Wilson, Rating of Land Values. {Kinff) ... 
Smart, W* Taxation cjf Land Values and the Single Tax. 
{AfacLfihiMe} 
„ The Single Tax. (M^wLf^hmfi) 

Chorlton» J. D. The Rjiting of Land Values. {MaucheM&r Unh, 

Pr(^») , ... 3 6n. 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. 

latemational Policy. Edited by F. Harrison. (1884) (CAa/>?»rt«iJirrt//) 3 6 
SalisbUFy, Lord [the lats). Essays on Foreign Politics. {Murmt/) 6 On. 
Burrows, M, History of the P'oreign Policy of Great Britain. 

iJiiitf^kimod) .., ., 6 

Lanifrencet T, J, A Handbook of Public International Law. 

{Maemilhm) ... ... ... "i ^\ 

Isund, J. K, Eiiglajid and the European FoNVers. VS^i*'^'^'^*^^^*^^'^^ ^ ^ "^ 
Bodily, J, m. a France. (MacmiUau) .,. \^ ^^^ 



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King, Bolton. Italy To-day. (NufhH) 

Wallaoe, Sir D. M. Ru.sstft, ('i vols.) {Casssll) 

Norman, Sir H* All the Uiissias. (Hmnenmnn} .,. 

P&rea, B. Russki and Reform. {ConntaiM 

Mllnei?, Lord. England in Egypt. [Amohl] 

Sllot, Sir Oharlea {^ Odt/M^iM^}. Turkey In Europe, {Arnold)... 

Buxton, NoeL Europe and the Turks. {Murray) ... 

The Macedonian Question. Edited by Luigi Villari. (Murray) ,.. 

The Balkan Question- Edited by Luigi Villari. {Mitrratf} 

Bl^oe, Janie&< Transt^aufasJa and Ararat. (With a chapter on 

Armenia) {Marmiflau) 

Jlflalo, M, The Truth at>Qut Morocco. (Lane) 

Moral, B. I>. King Leopold *s Rule in Africa. {Heinemann) 15 On. 

BraJiiiefi, G. Poland* (Hsinemami) ... ... ... 1^2 On. 

CMrol, Y- The Middle Eastern Question. {3fnrmi/) ..,. .,. IH n. 
Cur son, Iiord, Problems of the Far East : China, Japan, Corea. 

(Oonsifihle) ... ,*. *., ... ... o. p. 

Norman, Sir H. Peoples and Politics of the Far East. {Fi^th^r 

UniDm) 
Japan by the Japanese. Edited by Alfred Stead. {Hmiemann) ... 

Stead, Alfred. Great Japan. (Lans) 

Brydd, Jamea* The American Commonwealth. (9 vols.) (^fae- 

milht^n) 
Colqulioan, A. R, Greater America. {Harper) 
TFd¥elyan» Sir George. The American Revolution. (3 vols.) 

{Lmigmmu) ... ... ., - ... 15 n. 

Statistical Abstract for the Principal p.nd other Foreign Countries 

(giving figures for the last ten years). (W]fman) ,., ... _, 1 ti 

FEBE TRADB AH© PROTECTION. 

A* Free Trade ant> Gckeral. 

Smith, Adam. Wealth of Nations. (Condensed ed.) {Oli- 

phont, And^rstm^ Sf FerrUr) ... ,., 10 

Cobden. Political Writings. (9 vols.) {Fisher Unwin) ... 7 . 

„ Speeches, {Maermllan) ... 10* 

Morleys J, Life of Cobden. {Fkher Unwin) 2 SiiT 

Bastiat, F. Essays on Politicvil Economy. {Putnamn) ... 5 

,, Sophisms of Protection. {Pultmnis) 4 0^ 

Guyot, Yy©8- The Comedy of Protection. {Hoddar ^ 

Ston^hton) G 0| 

Farror, I^ord (the hU), Free Trade versus Fair Trade. ( Frtm 

Trnds f/woii) ., ... ... o. p. ' 

Avebury, Lord. Free Trade. (Maemiilan) ... 2 $ 

George, Henry. ProtetH:ion or Free Trade. (KBgan Paul).., 1 dj 

IBTlBe, B. R. Industrial Freedom. {Ca^dl) o. tk^ 

Bmmrtt W. The Return to PtoYecXAon. V^Mvirm\\\m\\ 3 On. 

labour and Protection. Edited \)y H. ^ . ^^««vi^tv\. 
(Ms^m- l/nwm).,. 



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Free Tkade ai^d Gknerai. (continued). 
British Industries under Free Trade, Edited by H. Cox. ^» <^' 

{FUher Unwhi) .. GO 

The Hyrigry Forties: Life under the Bread Tax. (FkherUnwin) t) H 
Nidliolsoti, J. Shield* The History of the Com Laws. 

(Sminsnitehein) ... ... ... ... .,. i 6 

Pi^ou, A, G. Protective and^ Preferential Import Duties. 

(Mamiillan) ... ... ... ,,. ... .., ... ... 9 6 n, 

Nicholson, J. Shield, The Tariff Question. (Wages and 

EraploymenL) (Black) ... 6 

Smith, G. Ariziitag^e. The Free Trade Movement and its 

Resufe. iBlackk) 

SfasBdy, LtOM. Sixty Years of Progress. {Lomfmmts) 
Chiozza Money, L. G. Elements of the Fist-al Problem. 

(KlJMf) 

Free Trade and the Manchester SfJiool. Edited by F. W. 

Hirst. {Har}t&r) ... ... 

Fact r. Fiction. A Reply to Mr. Chamberlain. {CohtUn Cluh}... 
The Colonial Conferenee : The C^jhden Club's Reply to the 

Preferential Proposals. {Vohdmi Cluh) ... 

|>a¥irsonf W, H. Protection in Germany. {King) 

XjOWf M* Protection in the United State.s. (IChiq) 

Chom ley, C . H* Protecti o n i n Canada an d Aus t ralfisia . ( Kim/) 
Meredith, H* O* Protection in France. iKlu(f) 
Montagu, M. S*, and Herbert, Bron (Liml Luntit), 

Canada and the Empire : An Examination of Trade Prefer- 
ences. (Kim/)... ... ... ... ... 3 fin. 

Bo] en, G. i. Plain Facts as to the Truiits and Tariff, 

{MiwmiUan} ... ... (i 6 n. 

The Free Trader. Vol. I. 1903, Vol. II. 1901, Vol. III. 1^5 

(indexed). {Frm Trads Utdmi) ... ... ,. per vol. ^ 6 

Balfour, A. J. Economie Notes on Insular Free Trade. 

(Lonf/matu) ,_ 3 

I H Fiscal Reform. (Speeches from June, iHftO, 

to December, 190,1 ) (Lomjtmanji) ... '2 (J n. 

Cox, H, Mr, Balfour's Pamphlet: A Reply. [Fisher Ihimln) 1 
Churohill, IflTinston. For Free Trade. (Speeches) 

{Tlumphrei/i*) ... ... . . , ... ... ... ... , , . 1 On. 

Hatch, El.F. G. In Support of Free Trade. (Kini/) ... 1 On. 

Cox, H. protection and Employment. (Fijtfwr Unwtn) ... U 

Methuen, A. M« B* England's Ruin. (Mathft^ji) 3 n. 

ShaiBT, Bernard, Fabianism and the Fiscal Question. 

{Ffthmn Socifitf/) .„ ... ... ... .., .., ... I (* 

Ashley » P. Modern Tariff History. (Murrai^) 10 6 n. 

Boisrieyt A. L. National Progress in Wealth and Trade since 

1S89. {Kinff) ... .„. ,., <2 On. 

ALl Sides of the Fiscal Controversy. Edited by T. L. Gilmour. 

( Lnim'0nfr0 ^' B^lhn) ... , . , ... ... . , . ... , . , \ '^^ '^- 

Buxton, Sydney. Th<t Arguments oti ^\V\\^t ^\^^ ^1 ^ioa 
l^jscul Question. (Murray) , X '^^ 



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A. Ffi.EE TtiADE AND Gexejial (fjontimied)* s, d. 

HandtHiok to the Tariff Question. (Free Trade Unmn) 6 

TauBBig, F. W, The Tariff History of the United States, 

1789-1HH8. (Pidmtnui) 6 ii 

The First Fiscal Blue Book. (1903.) [C^. 1761} (W^man) ... 3 6 

The Second Fiscal Blue Book. (1904..) [Cd. 2337] (Wt^an) 3 6 

B. Pbotiictioxist. 

Cliamberlaiii, J, Speeches, {TartJ^ Re/trrm Leatftte) ... 10 

Imperial Union and Tariff Reform. (Mr. Chamberlain *s 

Speeches, May November, ISKKl) (IM La Mare Press) .„ 10 

Vince, C A. Mr» Chambcrlain*s Proposals* (De La More 

Pre^g) 1 

Afihley, W. J- The Tariff Problem. (A'im/) ... 3 & 

Oaillard, Sir Y. H, P* Imperial Fiscal Reform. (Artiold) 3 6 n. 
Byle8» Sir J, B. Some Sophisms of Free Trade Examined. 

{Lane) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3 6 d. 

' Liegialator/ The Coming Reaetjon. (MUm) o. p. 

Cunningham^ Di*# W, The Rise and Decline of the Free 

Trade Movement. {Cambridge Uulvsrsit^ Press) ... ... '2 fin, 

Cunningham, Dr. IHT, The Wisdom of the Wise : Three 
Lectures on Free Trade ImperiaUsm, (Cambridge Unhersifi/ 

Prejfji) ... .„ 2 <)n, 

Cunningham, Dr. Yf. Richard Cobden and Adam Smith. 

(Tariff B^/urm Laufftie) ... 10 

Williams, B. £. The Cajie for Proteetion. (Mtmuff) ... 5 of 
Atnery, L. S. The Fundamental Fallacies of Free Trade. 1 

{* National Reniew' O^ce) !3 n. 

* Tariff Cormnission ' Reports : 

Voh I. The Iron and Steel Trades. (Kmff) ... 2 « n. 

Vol. IL Parti. The Cotton In du,stry. (Kint/) 2 6 n. 

,, ti 2' Evidence on the Woollen Industry. (Khit/) '2 fin. 

>i ,. 3. Hosiery „ (King) 1 On. 

« »» 4. „ „ 1, Lace ,, iKhip} I n. 

,« ,, 5. „ „ „ Carpet „ i^mff) 1 On. 

!• •, 6. ,, „ „ Silk ,, (^if^tf) 2 ii n. 

„ „ '» t» »^ ,<, Flax, Hemp, and Jute 

Industries. {Kitii/} .., ., 2 6 n. 

„ III. Report of the Agricultural C-ommittee. (Kififf) 

With Appendix, ^Is. 6d. n. Report only .'„ 10 n. 

,, V. Pottery Industry. {Kii^ff} ... 1 tl o. 

„ VL Glass „ (A'mf^) 1 n, 

„VII. Sugar and Confeetionery Industries. (Kin§) ... 10 
Tariff Reform Lca^e Speakers* Handbook. {Tariff Reform 

Leaffua) ... ... ... .^, , 1 

(l) Hisir^EY. Sec, GENERRI.. 

W&Jp&le, Sir Spencer. The R\a\on ot ^w^i\^ ttoca. 
/§iJ. (6 vols.) (LoMffiiuin^) Vs^Ndl. ^ 



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History, &c, (continmd). 

^Walpole, Sir Spenoer. The Histoiy of Twenty-five "• *^- 

Years (1B56-1 880). {Lom/mnn^},.. ... ... ... ... 3+ On* 

Paul, Hei'bert* History of Modem England. (5 vols.) 

{MafTmillart) ... ... per vol. H G n. 

Acland, A« H. D,, and Ranftome, G. Handbook of 

EngJish Political History. {Lon{/m*ms) ... HO 

CaFr-Gomm, F» O, Handbook of the Adraitiistrations of 

Great Britain, lBOl-1900. (Smtfh, Eldsr) T 6 

IfoCarthy, J. A Short History of Our Own Times. 

(To the Accession of Edward VI L) {Chatio f Wlndun)... <i 
Xjois, Sidnay. The Reigti of Queen Victoria. (The * Political 

History of England * Series) {Lon^mmiJi) ... ... ... 7 6 n. 

MacpherBon, H. A Century of Politick Developments 

{Blarkwood) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6 n. 

Oreville^ C. C F. A Journal of the Reigns of George IV,, 

WiUiam IV., and Victoria. (S vols.) {Longmoti^) per vol, 3 6 
GpeiriU6f H, Leaves from the Diary of Henry Grevillc. 

(4 vols.) {Longmamt) .., .,, per vol. 14- 

Greevy, T- The Creevy Papers. {Mwrrayi) ... ... ... 1<) tin, 

Gooch, G, P. Annals of Politics and Culture, 1492-1899. 

(Camhrid^B Univ&rititt/ Frc^s) .,. ... ,.. 7 6 n. 

MaoGmiii, J. Six Radicnl Thinkers. (ArtioffI) G n. 

Qililiiiis, H. de B< English Social Retbnners. {Msthtt^} 2 ^ 
FyfTe, C. A, Modern Europe, 1T99-1S4K. {Casadl) ... 10 6 

SeigtioboSt C- A Political History of Contemporary' 

Europe. {HeinsmaTin) ... ... ... ... ,.. ... 10 n* 

Buxton, Sydney, Handbook to Political Questions of the 

Day. {MuTTtiy) ... 12 On, 

Askew, J. B. Pros and Cons. {Rmtthdff») ... ... ... 1 On. 

Liber AUSM. 

Essays in Liberali.4m. By Sbc Oxford Liberals, { Camel f) ... o, i*, 
Samuel^ Mei*l>ert* Liberalism, Its Principles and Proposals. 

{iJs La More Fres^},.. ... ... ... ... ... ... o. p. 

The Heart of the Empire : Studies in Probiera.^3 of Modem 

City Life in England. (Fhher Unwin) 2 6 n. 

The Liberal View. (Articles by Members of the Eighty 

Club) {Kitiff) ... ... 2 en. 

Towards a Social Policy ; or, Suggestions for Constructive 

Reform. {*^ JVatioti" Ojffie&) ... 

irillierB, Brougham. The Opportunity of Liberalism. 

Flshsr Unwin] .,, ... ... ,.. .. 1 n, 

Wataon, Dr* Spenoe* The National Liberal Federation. 

(Introduction by Mr. Birr ei I) {Fhhsr Umvin) 5 

Ten Years of Tory Government. {Liberal Fublkation DepL) 3 n. 

) PARITAMEJfT. 

ESrskine May, Sir T. ParUamentarj^ Practice. {CloweH} U 
IlhBrt, Sir C, Legislative Methods and ¥oTO\ft. V03t{un\ 



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HOUSIHG. 

BowmalieF, K. The Housing of the Worldng Classes. {3Iethu4f^n) o, p. 

Thompsoiif W. The Housing Handbook- {King} 2 6 n. 

Syk«s, J* F. J, Publk" Health and Housing. (A7n</) 5 On, 

Alden, Percy ^ and Hay war d^ E3« K. Housing. (HeatUej/) ... 1 On. 
lCaiif]nan« Rev. M» Housing of the Working Classes, (Jaek),.. 1 On. 
Parsons, J, Hotismg by Voluntary Enterprise. (Klnff) ... ... 2 6 n. 

Grotoh, W. Iff. The Cottage Homes of England. (Kinff) ... 9 n u. 

Booth, C< Life and Labour in London. (Vol HL of First Series, 

and Final Volume) {MarmUlmi} ... per vol. .5 n. 

Allan, O. B. Housing of the Working Classes Acts. (1901) 

iHutfen/yarth} ... ... 7 6 

Pol«y, A* P. A Guide to the Housing Acts. {Kifre ^- Spotti^woods) 3 6 
Brahrook, Sir ES. Building Societies. {Kin^} ... ... ... lOn, 

The Housing Question in London, 1853-1900. {L.C-C Report) {Kinff} 9 
The Tenement House Problem. Edited by R. W. de Forest and 

. L. Veiller. (2 vols.) {AlaenuUan) ... ... 25 b. 

The Improvement of the Dwellings and Surroundings of the People : 

The Example of Germany. Compilecl by T. C. Horsfall. (Man- 

eiiester Unipersifif Prejfit) .., ... ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Report of the Royal Commission on Housing, 1889. [C, 4452] 

(lVym««) ^. 9 

[The * Economic Journal * for December, 1904, contained Professor 

Smart's Presidential Address on Housing to the Economic Section 

of the British Association.] 

IRBIiAND. 

Lamrle&s, Emily. Ireland. (Fisher Ummn) ... 5 

IflTalpole, C* G. Short History of Ireland. {Ksgan PmtJ) .., ... o. p. 

MoCarthy, J. H, Ireland since the Union. (Chaito ^ WindttJt) ... 6 
O'Brien, R. Barry. Fifty Years of Concessions to Ireland {1831^ ■ 

1B81). {Sampmrn Low) ... ... ... o. p. ^ 

Life of Parnell. (^2 vols.) (Smith Elder) ... t?l 

,, „ A Hundred YeAr.5 of Irish History, (Pitman) ? 6 n. 
Two Centuries of Irish History (1691-1870). Edited by R. Barry 

0*Brien. (Keffan Paul) ... ... ... ... 7 fi n. 

DiGdy« A* Y, England's Case against Home Rule. {Murrmf) ... o. p. 

Dairittf M. The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland. (Ilarper) 10 6 n. 

Plunk ett. Sir H, Ireland in the New Century. (Xfurrat/) ... ] On, 
Murray, A. B, A History of the Commercial and Finanrial Reia- 

tions between England and Ireland. (King) 3 6 n. 

tennis, Robert- Industrial Ireland. (Mwrra^) ... ... ... 6 

Russell, T. W. Ireland and the Empire. {De La More Press) ... 6 tl^ 

Duuraven, Xiord. The Outlook in Ireland : the C>ase for Devolti- ^ 

tion and Conciliation. (Murraif} .., ... ... 7 6 n. 

Smith, Go Id win. Irish History and the Irish Question. (To be 

published on Jan. 4th, 1908.) (J<irk) 5 n. 

IwAn'MuUBT^ M, B. Ireland To-day aiid "Yo-TOotwyw . V^^haimwii* 

t^^) ... ^ " '^ ^^^ 



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eland i Industrial and AgrieulturaJ. (Compiled by the Department *» A 

of Agriculture and T»:*hnical InstriiL'tioTi) [Broimm S^ Nolan) ... 5 On. 

eport of tlie Recess Committee on the Establishment of a Depart- 
ment of Agpriculture, 1ft J>fi. { Brow HB ^ Nolan) 1 (j 

i.) gkkera,. labour questions. 

T0^beef A, Lectures on the Industrial Hevalution of the 

p 18th Century, {Longmam) ., .., ,.. 10 6 

Ro^«i>Bi J, E, T. Six Centuries of Work and Wages. 

(Abridged edition) {Sonne tutrfmn) ., .., , ^2 6 

Holihouae, L. T< The Labour Movement (Fisher Unwin) I 
Sootli} C Life and Labour in London. (VoL V. of Second 

Serkal {Macmilkm) , ,.. ... 5 On. 

lETebb, Sidney and Beatrioe* Problems of Modem In- 
dustry. {Lo7igmatis) ... ♦.. *.» ... ... ... .5 n. 

HomreU, G. Labour Legislation, Labour Movements, and 

Labour Leaders. (2 toIs.) (Fwhsr (himm) ... ... ... 7 

I>i>age, Geoffrey. The Labour Problem. {Smithy Elder)... H Q 
Bowsteadt W. Law Relating to Factories and Workshops. 

{SweH ^- AlfurwM) ... ... ... 9 

Brooke, E. A Tabulation of the Factory Laws of European 

Countries. {De La More Prms) ... ... ... 2 6 n, 

Sbadmrell, A. Industrial Efficiency : A Comparative Study 

of Industrial Life (England, Germany, and America) 

(^ vols.) (Lonff^maii^) ... .., ... 2G On. 

CI ark, Y< S. The Labour Movement in Australasia : A 

Study in Social Democracy. (Con^kthle) ... ... ... 6 n. 

Sehloss, D. F. Report on Profit Sharing, 1894 (Eyre ^ 

SpoUmmode) ... .,. 10 

„ Methods of Industrial Remuneration. 

{WUliam^ ^ Norffats] „, ... ,,, 7 6 

Nicholson, Ji Shieldp Strikes and Sot iai Problems. (Black) 3 § 
CreBwell, P. H. P. The Chinese Labour Question from 

Within. (KiTig) 4 a. 

Report of Royal Commission on Alien Immigration, 1903. 

[Cd. 1741] {W^nutn) ... ... ., ... 

Abstract of Labour Statistics of the United Kingdom for 

im^-A. [Cd. 2+iJl] {Wi/man) ... ... o. p. 

Board of Trade's Directory of Industrial Associations, 1907, 

[Cd. 3554] {Wi/nmn] ... ._ Oil 

Trades Unions. 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. History of Trade Union- 
ism. (Lonffmamt) ... .., 7 6 n. 

IHTebb, Sidney and Beatrice* Industrial Demoeracy. 

(Lmurmmuf) ,,. , ... ... ... ... ... 12 n. 

Howell, 0. Trade Unionism: New and Old. (1891) 
(Methuen) 

Bell, Richard. Trades Unionism. (Jacfc) 

Trades Union Congress Annual Report, <,Trc^d€« Uiwm 
I*arlmmentanf CoTnmiUm) . . , „ , ... 



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(ii,) TitADKs Ukiona (confinnnd). 

Pi^tt, )S. A. Trades UriioniBin and British Iiidustrv. (A 

r**priiit of the * Ttmm ' artides on * The Crisis in British 

Ijuhislry ') (J/wi-my) ... ... 5 n* 

Drage^ Geoffrey, Trade Unions. (Jhihuen) ... ... 3 6 u. 

(ill,) Wages anij HoiiwiJ of Laboitr. 

Bovirley, A, X-, Wages in the United King^dom in the 

Nineteenth Century, {Cfim^trid<j€ Umv»r»it^ Preajf) ,.. 6 On. 

ChaptnaJt, S* J« Work and Wages. VoL I., Foreign 

Competition. {Lmif/nmn^) .,. ... 7 6 n. i 

Ashley, W. J. Tlie Adjustment of Wages : A Study in the 

Coal and Tron Industries of Gre:it Britain and America. 

{Lom/maujf^ ,, .. .,. ,.. ... 12 6 n, 

Oaiiliury, Edward, Slg, Women's Work and Wages. 

(Fuhsr Unwitf] ... ... ... ... ... 6 (I 

Webb, S.| and Cox, H. The Eight Hours' Day. (Scott) 1 u 
GibMna, H.. and HadJIeld, R, A. A Shorter Working 

Day, (Mtthumi) ... ... ... ... '2 6 

Blaok, GlementLna* Sweated Industries and the Miuiiiiuni 

Wage. (iMckworth) ... ... ... ... 3 6 ft. 

Cadbury, C, and Shann, G* Sweating. {Hmidiey) ... I On. 
Annual Report of the Board of Trade on Changes in Wages 

and Hours of labour, li>03. [Cd. 3172] (Ti^maii) ... 7 

Report of the Board of Trade on Wages and Earnings of 

Agricultural Labourers in the United Kingdom. (1900) 

[Cd. 34€] {Wyiiian) ... ... 3 4 

Ditto. Second Report. (1905) [Cd. 2376] (Wipnan) ... 

(iv.) Leothi.ation. 

Webb, Beatrice. The Case for the Factory Acts. (Da La 

Mors Press) ... 1 O' 

Hutchins, B. L., and Harrison, A. A History of 

Factory Legiislat ion. {Ktm^} ... 3 fin, 

Abraham, M. K., and Davies, A, L* The Law Re- 
lating to Factories and Workshops. (fUt/re ^ Spafflinrood^) S 

Cohen, H. Trades Union Law. 1907. (Sweet ^^ Mfu-itclf) 

Sdnvards, A. Clement. The Workman's CompenKation 
Act, 1906 : Who Pays, To Whom, To What, and When. 
(Cluttto S[ Windu^) .,. 

Ruegg, A. H. Employers' Liabihty and Workmen's Com- 

pen.sation Acts. 1907. (Bnttencorlh) ., i 

I Willi B, W. Addington. Workmen's Compensation Act, 

1906. (Butlerxnortft) ... ... 5 Ol 

Parsons, A., and Allen, R. The Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Act, 1906. (1907) [nuffent^urik) 10 0| 

Howellt G. A Handy Book of the Labour Laws. (Mac- 
mdiati) 

Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Work- 
shops. (190fi) [Cd. 3oS6] {Wfman) 

CromptoMt Ifp Industrial ConciVialvoiv i\^Ha>. VKltv^N ... 



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land : Industrial and Aericultuml. (Conipiled by the Department '• ''• 

of AgriciiltiiT'e and Tefnnical Instruction) (BroimiF t^- A^olan) ... 5 On, 
port of the Recess Committee on the Elstablishment of a Depart- 

ment of Ag^cuiture, 1896. {Browns ^Nulan) 1 fi 

.) G^ujo.. I-ABODR QUESTIONS. 

Toynb^e, A, Lectures on the Industrial Revolution of the 

18th Centiiiy. (Lonf^mans) .* , .,. 10 6 

Rogers, J, C T. Six Centuries of Work and Wages. 

(Abridged edition) {Smmemchem] .. 9 (j 

Hobhouse, L, T, The Labour Movement. {FUhar Unwln) 1 
Booth, O* Life and Labour in Lotidon. (VoL V, of Set-ond 

Series ) ( MacnuUan) 5 n, 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrioe. Problems of Modem In- 
dustry, (Lmu/nuitis) ... ... ... ... ... »,, 5 n. 

Mo well, G- Labour LeffisIatioD, Labour Movements, and 

Labour Leaders. (9 rols,) (Fiitfi^r Unwin) ... ... .►, 7 

Dra^e, Qeoffrdy. The Labour Problem. {Smith, folder)... U 
Bowstead, TBT. Law Relating to Faotones and Workshops. 

{Sweet 4:Mttxiedl) 9 

Brooke, B, A Tabulation of the Factory Laws of European 

Countries. (IM La 3[fyre Prsss) ,, , ... ,.. ^ 6 n. 

Shadwall, A. Industrial Efficiency : A Comparative Study 

of Industrial Life ( England, Germany, and America) 

{2 vols.) (Longmans) .,. ♦., ... ... 36 On, 

Clark, IT. S. The Labour Movement in Australasia ; A 

Study in Social Democracy* (Ottjuftahte) 6 n. 

SgIi1o88» I>. F. Report on Proiit Sharing, lB9t, (F^re ^ 

xSpoUiswoods) ... ... ..." ,,. 10 

„ Methods of Industrial Remuneration. 

{WUHams^ A'orffaU) 7 6 

NiGboUon, J. Bhleld. Strikes and Social Problems, (Blfick) 3 6 
Gresisrell, F. H. P. The Chinese Labour Question from 

Within. {iCing) ... 4 n. 

Report of Royal Commission on Alien Immigration, 1903. 

[Cd. 1741] {Wifjmin) e 

Abstract of Labour Statistics of the United Kingdom for 

1902-4, [C^. 2491] (W^man) ... ... o, p. 

Board of Trade's Directory of Industrial Associations, 1907. 

[Cd. 3554] {WynKiJi) ... .„ Oil 



) TaAnEa Unions. 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. History of Trade Union- 
ism, (Loiufrnami) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7 6 n. 

IBTebb, Sidney and Beatrioe* Industrial Democracy. 

(Lotigrnmu) ... 13 On. 

Howell, O. Trade LTnionisra : New and Old. {1H91) 

(Mittfmmi) ... 2 6 

Bell, Richard. Trades Unionism. (Jack) ... 1 a. 

Trades Union Congress Annual Report, ^^TroiLe* UttMrn 
J^arliamentafy Commiite^) ... ... ... ... .., ^ ^ 



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Qreen, J* Lt, The Rural hidustries of England. (MurUnirum/h).,. 
,, Allotments and Small Ht>ldin|rs. {Sounefischmn) ... 

,» Agriculture and Tariff Reform, ("Rural Worid^ 

OJice, 110 Strmid, WX\) 

DanvBon, IHT. H. Unearned IncrenienL (Sonn&nsclisin) ... 
Gan^perative Labour on the Land. Edited by J, A. Hobson. 

{StfrHnetisch&in} 
Rogera, A. G* L. Tlie Agricultural Industry. {Methtimt} 
Pratt, B. A* The Organisation of Agriculture, {3Iurrai/) 
Jebb, Xit The Small Holdings of England : A Survey of various 
existing Systems. (Murray) 
„ The Working of the Small Holdings Act. (Mnrrat/).., 

„ How Landlords can Create SmaU Holdings. {Murrain) 

„ The Small Holdings of England. {Co-operatim Small 

Holdings So cisty ) ... 

Cobden on the Land Question. A Plea for SmaU Holdings. (CasseU) 
Agricultural Rettims for Great Britain. (190<j) (4 parts) ( IFyirc^ji) 
Report of Committee on Small Holdings, lt<!)(>, [HX. 92;il (W^man) 
Wa^es, Earnings, and Conditions of Employment of Agricultural 

Labourers in the United Kingdom. {lt>04) (W^nutH) ... 
Taxation of Land Values, Books on — *b^ utider Finaneei Taxation, 
and Hating. 

L.OCAL GOVEIRHHBNT. 

Od^ers, "W- Blake. L<Jcal Government. {Maemilhm) 

Wright, R. S<, and Holiliouae, , H. An Outline of Local 

Grovemment and Local Taxation in England and Wales, (1900) 

{Swest 4^ Mtmwell] 

Q<»mm6, G. Ij. Principles of Local Government. {Cffmtabh} ,.. 
Ashley, F, Local and Central Government. (England, France, 

Prussia, and United States) (Murraif) 10 <|( 

FoFdiiam, A. Mary. The Evolution of Local and Imperial 

Government. {Knhfht) ., ,.. ... _. 6 0, 

Webi), S. and B. English Local Government from the Revolution 

to the Municipal Corporations Act. Vol L The Parish and the 

Comity, {LmtA^mmiit) .,. ... 16 t> n. 

Gomme, G. Ej* The Governance of London : Studies of the Place 

of London in English Institutions, {Fhht^r Ihirnin) , 15 On. 

Seager, J. R. The Govemraent of London under the London 

Government Act, 1899. (King) 
Atkinson, C, J. F, Conei.se Handbook of Provincial Local Govern- 
ment Law. (Ejlntfham Wilson) ,, 3 b\ 

Jenke, E. English Local GovernmenL (Revised by R. C. K. 

Ensor 1907) {Mtithum) ... 9 6 0, 



/ 



Mascwell, R* C. English Local Government. {Pmt) 1 0^ 

Annual Report of Local Government Boatd, ^^Y'^x^^^i \i(;L4. ^\vy^\ 

(iVyman) ,,. ... ... ..» .,, ... .., „* .« VI' 



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Balman, F. Munkipalilies at Work. {Mf^fhmn) * 

O'Meara, J. J* Municipal Tax at ion » Indebtedness, and Valuation. 

(1894.) (Casiidi) 

Shaiv, Bernard. The Common Sense of Muiiicipid Trading. 

{Ctmjtkthte] 
Suthera^ R, B. Mind Yoitr Own Business. {Clarion Press) 
Avebury, Lord. On Municipal and National Trading. {Maemitlan) 

DaiiBriii, Major Li. Municipal Trade. (^Wurnr^) 

Bell, J., and Faton, J. Gln^gow : Its Municipal Organization and 

Adininist ration. (189*i) {Ma<iLehom] ... 
Municipal Socialism. (Articles from the * J*m^^ ') {Wright) 
Robinson, G. M. Tlie Improvement of Touois and Cities. 
{Pudimn^} 
„ Modern Civic Art. (Pidnams) 

Ibsan, H* The Enemy of the People. (ScoU) 
Report of Joint Committee on Municipal Trading, 1903. [H. C. 970] 

{Wt/man] ... ,.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 



POr-ITICJil- SCIENCE AND THE CONSTI-rutlON. 

Milton. Areopagitica. (CottMable) 

Rousseau* The Social Contract, (Sonnsnsehdn) 

Mazzini. Essays (selected). {Seott) ... ,, » 

Mo Floy, J, Biurke, {MficmiUan} 

„ On Compromise. {MaQmUlaH) 

Greeit, T. H, Principles of Political Obligation. (Lr>ji^m«i?«r) ... 
Ba^ehot, W. The English Constihition. (K^ffanPaui) ... 
Freeman, B. A. Growth of the English Constitution. {Mao- 
mi fian) 
Se@leyt JT* R* Introduction to PoUtical Science, {Macmiilan) ... 
Bioey, A* Y* Lectures Introductory to the Law of the Constitution. 

(Macmillan) ... ... ... .., ... ... 10 (in. 

Anson, Sir TBT- Law and Custom of the Constitution. {2 vols.) 

( Oj*fo rd Uni rantiti/ Preifs) ... ... ... ... '^ti ti 

Courtney, ItfO]*d. The Working Constitution of the United Kingdom. 

ilhnt].., , ... 7 (j n. 

„ The Working Constitution of the United Kingdom 

an d its O utgro wt h . ( Den t) ... 1 On. 

Moore, W. H* Act of State m English Law. {Murray) 10 On. 

I Mammond, B. B. Outlines of Comparative Pohtics. {Ritlugiuit^) o. \\ 
k^Kinnear, J, B, Principles of Civil Government. {Smith, fJld^ir)... 7 ti 
Hbicey, A. V. Law and Public Opinion in England during the Nine- 

rr teenth Century. {Mfirmithn) ... 10 6 n. 

Low, Sidney. The Governance of England. {Fixher (■inrtn} *.i tin, 

Jenks, B. Par/mmci^tary England : The ¥.\tAv\ViCiT\ ot V\w. ^^iwsv'tV 

I Alston, L>. Motferu Constitutions in Outline, Vl^ut^maiia^ >- "^ ^^ 

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Oreen, J. Cj« The Rural Industries of Eng-kncl. {Marfhorout/h)... 
„ AUotments and Sirii^H Holdings. {Somumitphein} .». 

„ Agricyliure and Tariff Reform. {" Rund WorhV 

Office, 1 1 Strand, W, C.) 

Dawson, W. H. Unearned Increment, (Sonn^nselism) 

CoKjperative Labour on the Land. Edited by J. A. Hobson. 

(SoTi^nenschmn) 
Rogers, A. G. L. Tlie Agricultural Industry, (Methuen) 
Pratt, B. A. The Organization of AgTlrultnre. {Mitrraxf) 
Jflbb, Li« The Small Holdings of England : A Survey of various 

existing Systems. (Murray) 

„ The Working of the Small Holdings Act. (Murr<ii/)... 

„ How Landlords <an Create SniaU Holdings. (Murray) 

„ The Small Holdings of England. {Co-operative Smail 

Iloldim/s Socwti/) ... 

Cobden on the Land Question. A Plea for Small Holdings. (Ca^mll) 
Agricultural Returns for Great Britain. (1906) (4 parts) [W^man) 
Report of Committee on Small Holdings, 1 890. [H. C. 2m\ ( Wifman} 
Wages ♦ Earnings, and Conditions of Employment of Agricultural 

Labourers in the United Kingdom. (190'1) {Wi/mmi) i? 9 

Taxation of Land Values, Books on — b6s und&r Finance, Taxation, 
and Rating. 

LOCAL aOVEBNMENT. 

Odgers, W. Blake* Local Government. {MaemUhn) 3 6 

Wright, R. S*, and Hobbouse, . H. An Outline of Lot^al 
Government and Local Taxation in England and Wales. (1906) 
(Smmt S[ Miui^ell) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7 6 

Gomme, G» Ij. Principles of Local Government. (C(mstaMtf) ... H 

Ashley, P. Locai and Central Government, (England, France, 

Prussia, and United States) (Mttrrat/) .., lo fin, 

Fordham, B. Hary. The Evolution of Local and Imperial 

Government. {Knight) ... .. ... 6 

Webb, S. and B« English Local Government from the Revolution 
to the Municipal Corporations Act, VoL I, The Parish and the 
County, {Longmaris) ... .„ ... l(i m 

Oomine, G* Li. The Governance of London : Studies of the Place 

of London in English Institutions. (Fhher Unwin) ,.. ... 15 On. 

Sealer, J. R. The Government of London under the London ^ 

Government Act, 1899. (King) ... o. p. ■ 

Atkinson, G. J. F. Concise Handbook of Provincual Local Govern- 
ment Law. {Effingham WiUoii) ... ... ... ... _, 3 6 n. 

Jenks, B. English Local Government (Revised by R. C. K, 

Ensor 1907) {Ahtkttmi) , 3 C n. 

Haxwell, B. C. English Lcx'al Government. {Deuf!) 1 o n. 

Annual Report of Local Governmewt Boatd. {\mii\ {Cd, 3I05J 



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I (ii) Poor Law {rontmued). 

Report of the Departmental Committee on the Ag^ed and s. d. 
Deserving Poor, IfltMJ. [Cd. 67) ( Hymn 71) ... 13 

)pii.) Oi.n Age Pensions. 

Spender, J. A. The State and Pensions in Old Age, 

iSojiti^hitrhmn) ,.. .,, ,_ .,, 9 6 

Bogeifs, F., and Miller, F* Old Age Pensions, (Pitman) 2 6 n. 
Booth, C* Old Age Pensions aad the Aged Poor: A 

ProposaL (Murmiifan) 6 

„ Pauperism and the Endowment of Old Age. 

{MarmUhn) ... 6 

Old Age Pensions. (A collection of short papers) (ManmUftn) 2 6 n. 
Report of Treasury Committee on Old Age Pensions* (189S) 

[C. 8911] inymafi) .,. ... ... I t| 

Old Age Pensions Tables. (1907) [Cd. 361B] (W^man) ... 6 

SOCIALISM. 

'arx, Carl. Capital : a Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production. 

iSonu&n^rhfiji} ... ... ... ... ... ,,. lf> 6 

Bax, B- Belfort, The Ethics of Sm^ialism. {Sonmn»rMn) ... 10 
Morris, IBT, Signs of Change. (Lonffmaiu) .,. ... ... ... i 6 

Morris, W., and Bax, £#. B. Socialism : Its Growth and Out- 
come. {Sonjimntchein) ... ... ... ,,, ... ... .,. 3 fi 

Kirkup, T. The History of Socialism* {Bkwk) ... ... ... 7 fin. 

„ An Inquiry into Socialism. {Loufimans) I 6 n.j 

Gronlund, IJ. The Co-operative Commonwealth* {Reeves). 1 

Brooks, J. G., The Social Unrest : Studies in Labour and Socialist 

Movementij. (Macfnlllan) 
Maokeohnie, ^W- S. The State and the Individual (MacLshoHa) 
Oonner, E. C. K, The Socialist State. {SmU Puhlhhm^ Go.) ... 
Levy, J« H. and Bajc, M* Belfort. Sociahsm and Individualism. 

{Kimf) 

Gallie, J. lBf< S* Socialism not the Best Remedy. (\H JIarkhkf 

Ihi/^ Lwerpool) 

Modern Socialism* Edited by R. C. K* Ensor. {Ilarp&r] 
Kaufmann, Beir. M. Socialism and Modern Thought, {Meihu^fii) 
Hae, John* Contemporary SocialiHrn. (Sonuen^rhmn) 
MirBoh, M» Democracy nfrf\mjf Socialism* {* Land VnbuK^ Pnhlifra- 
fion Im part me fit) 
DVebb, Si Socialism in Kngland. (Sonnenaf^hem) 

Fabian Essays on Socialism. {ScoU PuhfL^thmi/ €0.) 

Fabian Tracts* (B^iund in 1 vol.) {Fnhlan Societi/) 

Mackailt J- ^BT- S«:»cifdism and Politics. (Hnmnur^mUh Puhlhihift^ 

Componjf) 

Bamett, S. A. and H* Practicable Sacialism : Essays on Social 

Reform. {Lmnjmftits) 
Smith, H. liL Econonuc Aspects of State Socialism. {Simpkm 
MarsJmll) ... ... .,. 



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M&Gdonald, J. Ramsay. Socialism and ScK-iety. (I.L,P. PuhU- 

cathn D&parlmenf) 
„ „ Labour and the Empire. {All^tt) 

n ,9 Socialism. {Jatk} 

ITandepvelde, B. Collectivism and Industrial Evolution. (LL.P, 

Puhlica tiun DejmTtment] ... ... * 

Jaiirea, Jdan. Studies in Socialism. (f.L.P. PtMieation Depart- 

ment) ... 
Hardiat J* K* From Serfdom to Socialism. (Allen) 

Snowden, P. The Socialist's Budget ( Allen) 

Hsadlam, Rev. S. B, The Socialist's Church. (Allm) ... 

Snowden, E. The Woman Socialist. {Aihn) 

Jowett, F, W. The Socialist and the City. {AUmi) 

BlatohfoFd, R. Britain for the British* {Oinrion Pre^s) 

Bellamy^ £S. Looking Backward. (Reeves) 

TBMFERANCB AND LICENSINO QUBSSTIONS. V 

Booth, G. Life and Labour in London. (Final Volume) (Mclc- 

mUlan) *.» „, ... ... .., ... ... ... ... 5 On. 

Rowntree^ J., and Sherisell, A. The Taxation of the Liquor 

Trade. Vol. L (Mnemlllan) ... 10 6 n, 

Romiti*ee, J., and Sherwell, A. The Temperance Problem 

and Social Retbrm. {ilodder 4" St^Ui/Jdon) ... 
Ditto. (Abridged Edition) (Hoddsr Sf iStmtphton) 
Rowntree, J-, and Sherwell, A, British * Gothenburg " Experi- 
ments and Pubhc-house Trusts. (Hodder ^ Stouffhton) 

Rommtree, J., and S her well, A. Public Interests or Trade 

Aggrandisement? (IChiff) ... 

Shadwellf A» Drink, Temperance^ and Leg^islation. [Longmanii) 
Peel, Hon. B* Practical Licensing Reform. (MMit^n) 
Pease, BS. R. The Case for Municipal Drink Trade. {Ktuff) 
Pratt, E« A. The Licensed Trade. An Independent Survey. 

(Murrai/) ... 5 On. 

„ Licensing and Temperance in Sweden, Norway, 

and Den mark. {Mttn-a^) , 9 6 n. 

rt The Licensing Questions : Disinterested Manage- 

ment in Norway, (Kin^) ... ... ... .., 3 n. 

Webb, ft,, and B. History of Liquor Licensing in England, 1T(M>- 

1830. (Lmupnaru) ... ... 2 6 n. 

Oaitie, W» S. Local Option- (Oabom) ,. .,, 10 

Burns, John* Labour and Drink. (Unked Kingdmn AUimirt*) ... O 
Whittaker, T. P. The Economic Aspect of the Drink Problem. 

{ihhorn) ... ... ... %\ 

Haokenzle, W, W, The Licensing Act, m>k (With full ex- 

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TRJLBB, COMMERCE, AlTD TRUSTS. 

9-, I^oni. The State in itij Relation to Trade. {}fittmUkin) 
tnghaiiif W* The Growth of Eii|i:lish Industry and Com- 
le in Modem Times* (2 parts) {Camhrid^/e Unit'firHil^ Prena) 

L The Mercantile System ... „» 

II. Laissez Faire 

1, Fabian. Edueational Foundations of Trade and Industry, 

wper) .*. ,.. ... ... ... 3 6 

I Li. Lt. R. A Short History of English Commerce and 

ustry, {Arnold) ... ... ... ,,. .,. 3 6 

us, H- de B. Industry in England: Historical Outlines. 

Mhmn) „. ... ... 10 fi 

»ni J« A* International Trade. {Meihuen) ... 9 6 n. 

ter, IfiT.O. General History of Commerce, (Glnn) 6 6 

ible, C. F. The Commerce of Nations. (Met hum) ... ... 2 6 

ty, W. J. British Industries. (Lom/mnm) 5 6 n. 

„ The Progress of the German Working Clossses. 

(Loiiffmans) ... ... ... ,.. 1 6 n. 

fty, A, L- England*a Foreign Trade in the Nineteenth Ceo- 

turry, (S^nn^iK^fhein) .... ... ... ,.. 9 G 

», National Progress in Wealth and Trade. (Khtff) 2 On. 

ttall, A. National Industries and International Trade. 
MimiUnn) ... ... ... ... {Antwmwed for imhlkatmn.\ 

ion, W. Harbutt. The German Workman : a Study in 

tioEai Efficiency. (Kin<f) ... (J n. 

R, H., Davis, TiT. J,» and Perks, C, The Brassworkers 

Berlin and Birmingham : a Comparison. {Kimj) 1 n. 

ion, W, R* American Industrial Problera.s. {Hlarkwood) .,. *> On. 
osty, H. W* Trusts and the State. (fM La More Frets) ... 5 

1, J, W. The Trust Prt»bleni. {Pitfnmiii^) 5 n. 

ij H. D» Wealth against Commonwealth. (Ilarpf^ir) 5 (* 

F- W, Monopolit^s, Trusts, and Cartels. {Methumt} ,. 2 n. 

UPdSi A. Clement. liailway Nationalisation. (Mathtim) ,.. ^ 6 
M, A. Rjiilways and their Rates. (Murratf) .., ... 1 On. 

British Canals ; Is their Resuscitation Practicable ? 

{Mitrratf) 2 fin, 

kling, J. Holt. The British Trade Year Bo<>k. (Murrai/i.. 10 6 u. 
; of the Board of Trade on Wholesale and Refeail Prices in 

United Kingdom in 1002, uith Comparative Tables. [H.C. 
{Wi/iiian] ,. 2 1 

APPENDIX^FICTION. 

i cuid a fthoH Iwt of ntjn'fsi dmiuii^ with pt'omhietil events and que^siiotm 
^lor poUtkfd inUrmi during the. Itdh mnfuiy. It makm no prvtemtiatht to 
tSmmenif^ and Hug^entifmst of adfiUionn In it will he wehomed,) 

By Mrs. G. h* The Manchester Man. I* Peterloo.'J 
>n8fiel«l, ]li0rd. Sybil | Chartist Period.^ 
te^; Ch&riattB. Shirky. [*Luddite' Times ."i 
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IHokfliift, llh&rlaft. Olrrer Twist. [Worklunise Life.] 
Bitot, O«or^e. Middlemardu [Refarm Period.] 

Fe!« Holt, Radicml. 
Keary, Misa. Csstk Dal^. [Irish Fanune,] 
Kin^sley. Charles. AJton Locke, [Chartist Period.] 
MeCaPthy, JustiA. Monoma, [Ireland in I H48,| 
Marshall, Emma. Under the Mend ips. [Bristol Riots.] 
Vepedlth^ Geoirge. Beauchamp s Careex, [Mid 19th Century Politics,] 
Readd, Charles. Hard Cash. [Lunatic Asylums.} 

„ It is Never too Late to Meiid. [Prison Life.] 

Butherfofd, Mark* The HeTolution in Tanner's Lane. [Kon conformity in 

London — eariy 19th century.] 
TroUopa, Anthony. Castle Richmond. [Irish Famine.] 
WeymaxL, Stanley. Chippinge. [Kefbrm Period and Bristol Riots.] 



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RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE 
HOUSE OF COMMONS IN 1907. 



Colonial Preferenca (Jul^ Uih, I9n7). 

*That, in the opinion of this Ilaiifte, the permanent unity of the Britisli 
Empire will not be secured through a system of preferential duties biiKed upon 
the protective taxation of food/ 

Propos'^d (us an nm&ndm^nf lo Mr, Lt/ftffton''M Vots of LWwtm/v) Ay 

Mr, SoAHJs (L); Si^cBudsd btf Mr. J. A. Sijwon (L), 

Against HI ; For, 404. 

OFiminal Itaw and PiHHsddiipe (Ireland) Act [Marrh l3/7i, 1907). 

* That, in the opinion of this House, the presen<*e of the Criminal Law and 
PrcK'edure (Irolanc!) Art on the statute-book is a fjross violation of the eonsti- 
tirtion without parallel in any other portion of His Majesty's dominions, and 
that the Act should be immediately repealed/ 

Proposed % Mr. Hooax (N) ; Suromlfid by Mr, NoiJiK (N), 
Against, 83 ; For, 253» 

Diseatablishment (Fehntari/^21tk, 1907). 

* That, in the interests alike of relip^ion and the nation, it is desirable to 
stablish and disendow the Church of England both in England and Wales. 

PropuMd />y Mr, RvKRi-rrT (L) ; Serond^d hy Mr. Goni>ARn {Ij), 
Aprainst, 90 ; For, 19H. 

Mouse of Lords {Junfi mth, l»c>7). 

' That, in order to give effect to the will of the people as cxpre.s,«>ed by their 
iected representatives, it is necessarj^ that the power of the other House to 
alter or reject bills passed by this House should be so restricted by law as to 
secure that within the limits of a single Farlianieut the final decision of the 
Commons shall prevail.' 

Pi*opfiHfd by Sir Hexhy Campbbjx-Baxnxrmak. 
Against, 1 tl ; For, 439. 

IinpriBonnient for I>ebt (Mnrrh ^<Mh, 190T). 

* That the present powers of committing to prison for non-payment of a debt 
ought to be restricted,* 

Propomd hy Mr. Pickersoii.j, (L) ; S6Condf*d by Mr. D. Maci.kan' (L). 
Agreed to without a division, 

Ipish I<and PuroliaBe Fmanoe (Juhi hfh^ moT). 

'That, in the opinion of this House, the method at present in tbrre for 
proWding money for land purchase in Ireland has l)rtikcn dnwn in practice, and, 
if persisted in, will throw such a ruinous charge on the already overburdened 
ratepayers of Ireland as to endanger the entire sc\\en^e o^ V^wOi \i\vt<\\fts,fer 

/^mpojtt'fi f*^ Mr, Joiui fiKUMONU (N) ; Kirondtd hy N^t. Cv^v^^.v-v^V 
Agreed to without a divisVoiv. 




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London Bating (JfarrA mth, 1901). 

* That, in the opinion of this House, tlie present inequality of the rates raised 
in the different parishes in London reqniTes toe early consideration of Partiameot/ 

Propused hif Mr. Chooks (LRC) ; Seconded hg Mr, Dickikson (L), 
Agreed to without a division. 

Obatructive Motions and Bills {Mffreh '2111^ 1901}, 
*■ That to put a motion on the Order Paper of this House, or to introduce a 
bill, so as to prevent discussion in this House of motions for which precedence 
has been obtained in the ballot or of definite matters of urgent public im- 
portance, is hurtful to the usefulness of this House, and an infringement of tfaftj 
rights of its members.' 

Proposed % Mr. Bowles (C) ; Seconded % Mr. A. Hendehso?j (LRC)» 
Agreed to without a division. 

Sir Horace Plunkett's Position {Jpril 2Uh, 1907), 

* That the position of Vice-President of the Board of Agriculture in Ireland 
was intended by Parliament to be, and in fact is, a Ministerial and Parliamentar)' 
office, properly vacatei3 upon a change of Government, and that the retention of 
that office by a political opponent of the Government of the day is undesirabk 
as a permanent arrangement.* 

Pmpojiml hjf Mr. Mcrph\^ (N) ; Seconded bif Mr. Mcxjnev (N). 
Agreed to without a division. 

Railway Senrants (Honr« of I^abour) {March 6th, 1907). 

* That this House disapproves of e:ngine-d rivers, firemen, guards, and other 
classes of railway employees being compelled to he on duty during excessive 
hours, and being allowed but short intervals of rest, and urges upon the 
Government the ne<!essity of applyine^ more vigorously the Railway Regulation 
(Hours of Labour) Act, 1S93, and, if this is inemcient, to prepare an amendment 
to the Act.' 

Propomd by Mr. W. E. Hahvey (Lab) ; Seconded htf Mr. R. Bell (Lab), 
Agreed to without a division. 



Rural Depopulation {Mai/ Btht 1&07), 

* That the progressive decline of population in rural districts is a subject ol 
serious national concern, and that this House ought at once to take such action, 
legislative and administrative, as wiU maintain a rurriJ population as a re^ervok- 
of national stren|^h and a necessary condition of natiiJnal MelUbeing'.* 

Proposed bt/ Mr. Rogers (L) ; Seconded bt/ Mr. H. oe R. Walker (L). 
Agreed to without a division. 

Soottimh MSooleaiastioal ABBeBBments (Ff^hrttart/ 96//i, 1907). 

* That the levying of compulsory assessments in Scotland for the purpose 
defraying the cost of rcbuildinE- or repairing churches or manses of a parb'culai 
denomination is inequitable and unjust, and ought to be abolished forthwith/ 

Proposed bi/ Mr. McCnAE (L) j Secondsd ht/ Mr. Chombie (L). 
Against, 39; For, 177, 

Shop Hours Act, Failure of {3% 1^/, U>r>7). 

* That, In the opinion of this House, more drastic legislation with regard te 
the i'losing^ of shops and the hours of abo\> ass\s\.iw\U V?. TWT^wt«.d.* 

J^vpmtsd h^ Mr, Shack Ltrmw (LRC) ; JSecoinkd \»a Ut, leneawi^ ^^C\ 
Agreed to iwitbout a d\v^\oT\. 



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Tastatlon and Social Reform (March 26ih, IQOl). 
•That, m the opinion of this House, huving- regard to the wealth of the 
Unite*! Kingdom and the nature of its distribution, it is necessary to readjust 
the burden of taxation in order to make provision for social reforms which 
are ui^ntly needed/ 

PrapOMed btf Mr. Bekkett (L) ; Seconded hi/ Mr. Chiozza Money (L). 
Agreed to without a division. 

Town Ddvelopmeiit (Maif Ist^ IflOT). 

* That, in the opinion of this House, loeal autiiorities should be g^ranted by 
^jiilation the power of lajdngout suburbs for building upon a rational plan, whifli 
ill include adequate air space, convenient grounds for recreation » and facilities 
■ locomotion, so preventing the grave evils which result from overcrowding 
and around great cities.' 

Proposed % Mr. P. W- Wilson (L) ; Secotuhd % Mr. Jo w kit (LRC). 
Agreed to without a division. 



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THE STATUTE BOOK OF 1907. 

^An OBlermk {*} indicates tftat the measure ma^ introduced by the IMterai Government, 
a dagger (t) that fa-criUtieH for ita passage W€?'e a^'orded by the Cfovernment.] 

t Advertiaements R^ulation, (7 Edward VIL c. ^7.) 

Gives power to local authorities to make regulations dealing with high 
hoardings and with advertisements which disfigure landscapes, &c. 

• JLrmy (Annual). (7 Edward VII. e. 2.) 

Provides for tlie discipline and regulation of the army. 

* Australian States Constitution. (7 Edward VH. c. 7.) 

Removes a number of restrictions ypon th« power of the Governors of 
Australian States to assent to Bills, and iu its provisions meets the views of all 
the Colonies concerned. 

^British North America. (7 Edward VIL c, 11.) 

Readjusts, at the request of the Dominion and Provincial Goveminents of 
Canada, the amount of subsidies payable by the Dominion to the various 
Provinces. 

' ' Butter and Margarine. (7 Edward VII. c. 21.) 

Prevents the manufacture and importation of adulterated butter and butter 
i substitutes, fixes the limit of moisture for butter, margarine, and what has 
hitherto been sold as * railk-biended butter/ and makes various other provisions 
ft ttie protection of the purchaser. 

Cabs and Stage Carriages (I^ondon). (7 Edward VII. e. 55,) 
Empowers the Home Secretary to fix fares for taximeter cabs in London 
and makes certiiin provisions in regard to 8ta|!;e canria^s. MioViaVve^ 'Otvfe 
*privU^e' system under which the London railway ecnn^amt^ \i«>j^,^ x^tW^^ 
lo admit to their stations cabs which were not undet coTitad -wv^ 'Oassov, 



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Iiljiired Animal B Act (i8B4) Amendment. (7 Edward VII. c. 5.) 
The original Act of 1B9+ authorises the police to slaughter any liorse, mule^ 
or ass found in snch a condition tiiat it cannot be removed without cruelty. 
This Act extends the principal Act so as inchjde cattle, ficc. 

* IriBh Land. (T Edward VII. c. 38.) 

Enables the Irish Land Commission to let or sell the raining rights reserved 
to them in connection with land sold under the Purchase Acts* 

Ipiah Taljacco. (7 Edward VIL c, 3,) 
Repeals (from a date to be iixed by Order in Council as soon as Parliatnent 
has made provision for an Excise duty) an old prohibition against tlie cultivation 
of tobacco ill Ireland. 

* Isle of Man CuBtoma. (7 Edward VII. c. 26.) 

Continues for the Isle of Man the existing duties on tea, tobacco, spirits, ale, 
and beer. 

* Judicature (Ireland). (7 Edward VIL c. U.) 

Provides for the abolition of two judgeships in the Irish King's Bench 
Division, when vacancies o<!cur, and reduces the salary of the Lord Chancellor 
of Ireland from XHOOO to £6(KX), the savings to be devoted to the purposes of 
the financial scheme of the Labourers Act, 1906. 

t Light! on Vehieles, (7 Edward VII, c. 15.) 

Deals with the danger which is caused by the inadequacy and lack of unifor- 
mity in the present local regulations as to the carrying of lights by vehicles 
at night, 

t I^imited Pai^inerahlpB. (7 Edward VII. c. ^4.) 

Permits the formation and provides for the registration of limited liability 
partnerships. 

tMarMa^e with a Deoeaaed Wife's Sistep. (7 Edward VIL c. 47.) 

Legalises marriages with a deceased wife's sister, whether contracted befoftt^ 
or after the passing of the Act. ^| 

Married IBTomen's Property. {7 Edward VIL c. 18.) 
Amends the Act of 1889, as interpreted by the Courts, in respect of the 
disposition of trust estates and settlements of a married woman's separate 
property. 

* Matrimonial Causes Aota Amendment. (7 Edward VIL c. 19.) 

Removes defect.9 in the procedure under the Divorce Acts requiring and 
last receiving a remedy. 



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* Merchant Shipping. (7 Edward VIL c. 52.) 

Dockowncra and harbour authorities have often complained that the deduc- 
tion allowed to be made for space occupied by propelling power in ascertaining 
the net tonnage of a ship has injuriously affected their receipts, their dues being 
levied on the net tonnage of the vessels using the docks. This Act places a 
limit on the amount of the deduction which may be made in respect of propelUng 
power. J 

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* Employment of liromoi]. (T Edward YII. c. KK) 

Repeals two obsolete exeriiptioiis from the Faetory Acts (relatm^ to flax 
seuteh miJJs and the surface works of tniiies)» in order to bring the English law 
into conformity with the Berne Inleniatioiiai Convention (signed by Great 
Britain and thirteen other States in 1 9(Mi), forbidding the etupioyment ot women 
in industrial occupations during the night. 

^Bvicted Tenants (Ireland). (7 Edward VI I. c, 56f.) 

Enables the Irish Estates Commissioners to arquire land compnlsorily for 
the purpose of reinstating evicted tenants, the owner to receive compensation 
to be fixed by the Estates Commissioners in the first instance, subject to an 
appeal upon value. If the new tenant who has suceceded an evicted tenant is 
ft wjfw^-^/ff^i farmer, and is unwilling to lea%^e, his farm cannot be actpurcd; but 
he can t>e offered another farm or monetary compensation* [X.fi.^Thts AH 
twwf fnuch mutiliiled tnj £jw Lonl^,] 

*SiridencQ (Colonial Statutes). (7 Edward VU. c. 16.) 

Removes a Colonial grievance by providing that Colonial Statutes are to be 
accepted in British Courts without the formality of being proved as if they were 
foreign laws. 



*£Sxpiring Laws Oontlnuanoe. (T Edward VI L e. 34.) 

Continues » for a furti 
limited periods only 



H Continues* for a further period of one jrear, vajrlous Acts which were passed 



" Factory and ISTorkshop. (7 Edward VIT. e. 39.) 

Applies, with some slight modification, the pro\isions of the Factory Acta (as 
regards hours of latwur, inspection, ventilation, &c.) to laundries and to all 
iodustries carried on for profit in charitabte or reformatory institutions (convent 
laundries, &c.). 

finance. (7 Edward VII. c. 13.) 

^m Diiferentiates between earned and unearned income for the purf>oses of the 
^pome-tax, reducing the bix on earned income (where the total income does not 
flteeed l'-2O0n) to 9fL ; imposes on employers the obligation to make a return of 
the payments made to their eraplovcSn^ and amends the law of income-tax in 
various other parti cidars ; increases tTie death duties upon estates al>ove £150,000; 
restores to the control of Parliament the licence duties and other sources of 
revenue diverted since 18BB to the purpose of grants in aid of loi;al taxation* 
which will in future be t^harged upon the Consolidated Fund ; removes many 
anomalies connected with the stamp duties ; and strengthens the Sinking Fund by 
a special additional contribution or £1,300,000 towards the redemption of debt, 

* Imported Watohoaaes. (7 Edward VII. e. K) 

The effect of this measure, taken in conjunction with a recent decision of 
the Courts, is to subject foreign w^atchcases for the first time to the same regu- 
lations in respect of assay as British ciiscs, while exempting the existing stocks 
I imported cases in order to avoid undue hardship to traders. Imported 
behcases liad formerly been held not to be * plate * within the meaning of the 
Jtoms Act of 184-2 and the Revenue Act of WHS* ai\d l\vt^ ^oTaseojiKoJsX^j \HSk£i. 
ttdvantag^ over British cases ia that they co\lldbe so\d "wWEVO^a&^Xi^ivsi^ ^as*^^ 
h&U-marked. 



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182 THE STATUTE BOOK OF 1007. 

Injured AnimalB Act (1894) Amondmeiit. (7 Edward VII. c. ^.) 
The original Aft of I HJM- authorises the poh<'e to slaughter any horse, mule, 
or ass found in such a condition that it cannot be removed without cruelty. 
This Aft extends the principal Act so as include cattle, &c. 

* Irish Land. (7 Edward VII. c. 38,) 
Enables the Irish Land Commission to let or sell the mining rights reserved 

to them m connection with land sold under the Purchase Acts. 

Irifth Tobacco. (7 Edward VI L e. 3.) 
Repeals (from a date to be fixed by Order in Council as soon as ParUament 
hais made provision for an Excise duty) an old prohibition against the cuttivatioD 
of tobacco in Ireland. 

* Isle of Han Customs. (T Edward VIL c. 26.) 
ConlirLues for the Isle of Man the existing duties on tea, tobaoco, spirits, ale, 

and beer, 

« Judicature (Ireland), (7 Edward VIL c. 44.) 

Provides for the abolition of two judgeships in the Irish Kinpj^s Beach 
Division ♦ when vacancies occur, and reduces the salary of the Lord Chancellor 
of Ireland from £8000 to £6000, the savings to be devoted to the purposes of \ 
the financial scheme of the Labourers Act, 1906. 

t Lights on ireMoleB. (7 Edward %ni. e. 45.) 

Deals with the danger w^hich is caused by the inadequacy and lack of unifor 
mity in the present local regulations as to the carrying of lights by vehicles 
at night* 

t Limited Partner sliips. (7 Edward VIL c. 34.) 

Permits the formation and provides for the registration of limited liab 
partnerships. 

tHarriatfe with a Deceased IHTife's Sister. (7 Edward VIL c. 47,) 

Legalises roarriages with a deceased wife's sister, whether contracted befori 
or after the passing of the Act, 

Harried ISTomen's Property. (7 Edward VII. c. 18.) 
Amends the Act of 1H8J, as interpreted by the Courts^ in respect of 
disposition of trust estates and settlements of a married woman's separate 
property. 

* Hatrimonial Causes Acts JLEuendmeiLt- (7 Edward VIL c. 19.) 
Removes defe^'ts in the procedure under the Divorce Acts requiring and I 

last receiving a remedy. 

* Herohant Shipping* (7 Edward VII. c, 32.) 
Dockowners and harliour authorities have often complained that the dedu 

tion aUowed to he made for space occupied by propelling power in ascertainti 
the net tonnage of a ship has injuriously affectca their receipts, Uieir dues beiL 
Jcvled on the net tonna^ of the veasels maxv.^ \.W dwtks. This Act places] 
Ilnnt on the amount of th^ deduction wMch raay \ieTOB.dfc \\\ te.fe\>iai\ q\ t^t^s^ 
/ power. 



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183 



f Kotifloation of Births. (7 Edward VIL c. 40,) 

A permissive Act which may he adopted by local authorities with the 
consent of the Lot^al Goveroment Board* Requires a hrrth to be notified to the 
medical officer of health for the distriet within thirty-six hours. 

I * Patents and Designs. (T Edward VIL v, 28.) i 

A comprehensive Act dealing with the ^ant and revocation of patents mid 
amending- the law relating- to patents and designs in many important particulars. 
An endeavour Ls made in it to check the system under which foreign manu- 
facturers have hitherto been enabled to take out patents in this country* without 
i any intention of working them here, merely in order to prevent British manu- 
facturers from producing articles which might compete with them either in their 
own or in other markets. To this end the Act provides what it is hoped will 
prove a simple and effective procedure by which British patents may be revoked 
when they are worked exclusively or mainly abroad, unless satisfactory reasons 
l.can be given why they are not worked in tfie United Kingdom, 

['Patents and Designs (Con sol id at! on). (7 Edward VIT. c. 29.) 1 

Consolidates the Ww {as enacted in six statutes) relating^ to applications for 
stents and the registration of designs. 

Petty SesBions Clerks (Ireland)* (T Edward VII. c. ^2.) 
Improves the status of certain assist-uit clerks to petty sessions in Ireland. 

^Prisens (Irelaxid]. (T Edward VIL c. 19.) 

This Act enablesprisoners in Irish prisons to cam remission of their sentences 
' good conduct. This has for some time been law in England. 

* Probation of Offenders. (7 Edward VIT. c. IT.) 

Largely extends the principle of the First Offenders Act bv enabling thcl 
ourt, whether in the case of a first offence or not, to release a child offender or ' 

■ other perKon on protmtion, without fine or imprisonment. Enables justices 
> apptjint pct>bation officers to supervise and assist released persons during their 
eriod of probation. 

^Public Health. (7 Edward VIL c. 53.) 

Embodies clauses as to streets and buildings, sanitary provisions, infectious 
liseases^ common lodging houses, recreation grounds, police, fire brigades, &e. , 
nd enables the Loi'a I Government Board or the Home Office, as the case may 
e, to declare any of such clauses in force in urban and rural districts. 

^Public Health (Regulations as to Food). (7 Edward VIL e, 35.) 

Enables the Local Government Board to make regulations aitthorising 
aeasures to be taken for the prevention of danger to public health arising from 
he importation, storage, and distribution of articles of food intended for sale for 
uman consumption, 

PPubllc Health (Scotland) Amendment* (7 Edward VII. c. 30.) 

Relaxes certain of the sections of the Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1897, ' 
_^jjating to the prevention of Infectious diseases, w> ^i& \o ^^csixwcia^^ V»^:'A 

authorities to deal with phihisis as an infectious d\aescse \Hwifct ^^^v^v^^^:sii^ 
Act. 



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184 THE STATUTE BOOK OF 1007, 



• Public Wopka Loajis. (7 Edward VII. c. 36.) 

Authorises the Fublir Works Loan Commissioners to borrow money on 
National t-redit, in order to lend lo Lix*al Authorities in the United Kingdom. 
Likewise provides for a loan being made by the Commissioners to Southern 
Nigeria for the purpose of railway c?onstruftion in Southern and Nortliern 
Nigeria, with a view to opening up the cotton-growing areas of those Pro- 
tectorates X and also for a loan to Jamaica towartls repairing the dainage 
resulting from the rect^nt earthquake* 



* Qualifioatian of Wotnen (County and Borough Gounoila). 

(7 Edward VIL c. 33.) 
Provides that a woman shall no longer be disquahfied by sex or marriage from 
l>eing elected and aeting as a County or Boroi^h Councillor or Alderman. A 
woman may also be eleeted Chairman of a County Council or Mayor of a 
Borough, but cannot act as a Magistrate* 

* Qualification of Wotnen [County and Town Councils] (Scotland u 

(7 Edward VII. €. 48.) - 

A measure for Scotland similar to the last-named, ■ 

* Released Persons (Poor Law Belief). (7 Edward Vll. c. Ik) 

KelieveH ratepayers of a union in which a prison, inebriate reformatory, or 
reformatory or industrial school is situated, from their present liability to 
maintam destitute or infirm persons discharged from such institutions in eases 
where they should more properly be maintained by some other union. 



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* Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries. (7 Edward VII, c. 15.) 

Enables the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries to make provisional orders 
for regulating salmon and fresh water fisheries with a view to tneir improvement 
and development. 

*^Sea Fisheries (Scotland] (Jlpplioation of Penalties). 

(7 Edward VIL e. 42.) 
Diverts from the Exchequer to the Scottish Fishery Board penalties recovered 
in respect of illegal sea-fishing in St^oUand. 

* Sheriff Courts (Scotland), (T Edward VII. c. 51.) 

Amends and modifies the procedure in civil cases heard in the Sheriff Coi 
of Scotland. 

* Small Moldings and Allotments, (7 Edward VIL c. 54} 

The main object of this Act is to provide fiirther facilities for the provision of 
Small Holdings and Allotments to ne let to tenants. The Act is designed to 
secure this end by a careful combination of State initiative and local manage- 
ment, and provisions are included to put pressure on County Councils which arc 
unwilling to take action on their own account. The Board of Agriculture will 
appyint Small Holdings Conimissioners* whose duty it will be to ascertain the 
demand for Small Holdings. They will report to the Board, who mav require 
the County Council to prepare a' scheme for providing the Small Holdings 
needed- If the County Council unreasonably refuse to act, the Board may 
order the Commissioners to prepare a scheme and to carry it out, the cost being 
chitr/(ed ngnhmt the County CouncW. \i Vhe COTiwi\\as\Wkfets, (U!tin(c in default of 
' the Coiitdy CiiunriU Incur a loss, the Board may ya.y V\a^^ VtvcJve^iT tjwc^. «al NSa^ 
Joss, ami if a County Council incurs a loss m caxry'w^ oxit vv %«\vCT!«t^Vo&" ' 




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185 



have undertaken to pay half the loss. A special Small Holdings Account is set 
up to which the Treasury will pay £1 (Ml ,000 for the first year, and out of this the 
Board are empowered to establish Small Holdings as object-lessons, and to pay 
the whole or part of the expenses of the aequisition of land (other than the 
pun*hase price or rent) by County Councils, The just rights of the landlord are 
careful!}'^ safeguarded, provision is made for compensation to any labourers who 
may be adversely affected by the establishment of Small Holdings, and tenant 
farmers are protected by the provision for reduction of the rent where part of a 
holding is talcen, and by the limitations in Clause -50, whereby a Council may 
not take any undue amount from any one tenant, and must take into con- 
sideration the stxe and character of the buildings, so that they are not left 
without sufficient land attached to them. 

• Telegraph (Money). (7 Edward VI L c. 6.) 

Authorises the borrowing of £0,000,000 for the more rapid development of 
the telephone service. 



Reserire Forces* (7 Edward VII. c. &.) 
reorganiKation of the militarj^ forees (other 



"^ Tepritorial and 

Provides for the reorganiKation of the militarj^ forees (other than the 
regulars)* for the establishment of county associations, and for the government 
and discipline of the new terTitorial force, and makes certain alterations with 
regard to the constitution and terras of service of the reserve forces. 

"^ Tranavaal Loan (Guarantae}. (7 Edward VII. c. 37,) 

Affords the guarantee of the Imperial Government to a loan of £5,000,000, 
which will be raised gradually as it is required by the Transvaal Governments 
This loan is part of the policy of reconstruction and reconciliation which is being 
pursued in South Airica, and by which alone the ravages and devastation of the 
South African war can be repaired* 

* Yaccmation. (7 Edward VIL c. 31 . ) 

Substitutes a statutory declaration as to conscientious objection to vacci- 
nation for the certificate of justices hitherto required, 

* Yaoclnatlon (5«H>tIaiid}. (7 Edward VIL c. 49,) 

Elxtends to Scotland the benefit of the Conscientious Objectors Act, including 
the amending Act passed this Session, 

* IBThale Fiaheriea (Scotland), (7 Edward VIL c. 4L) 

Regulates the whale killing and curing industry recently established in the 
Shetland Isles and the Hebrides, and seeks to prevent any damage therefrom to 
the herring fishery industry. 



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PRIME MINISTERS SINCE THE REFORM ACT, 1832. 



Ditia d( LakiniT 
Prime 

Nov. 22. 1830 
July 18,1834 
Dec. aB,lB34 
Apr. 1&, 1835 
Sept. e»l841 
JiUy 8,1816 
Feb. 27,1852 
Dec. 28, 1852 

Feb. 10,1855 
I Feb. 25, 1858 

June 18, 18S5J 
, Not. 6, 1865 

JiLly ^ 1866 



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Karl Grey (L) 3 8 

Lord Melbourne (H,„ - 5 

Sir R. Peel (C» ... - i 

Lord Melbouroe (L^... 6 5 

Sir R, Peel tC> . 4 10 

Lord John RusselML) 5 7 

Eiirl of Derby (C^ ... - 10 
Earl of Aberdeen 

iCoaHtioti} ... ... 2 1 

Lord Palinerston (L| 3 1 

Earl of Derby \C} .. 1 4 

Lord Palnxerbton (L] fi 5 

Earl RuHBoll {L) ... - 8 

Earl of Derby tC» ... 1 8 



Ditft of Ukiag 

Prtms 
Ulnl£t«rUiip. 

Feb. 27, 1868 
Dec. fl. 1388 
Feb. 21, 1874 

Apr. 28, 1880 
June 24, 1885 
Feb. 6. 188fl 

Aug. 3, ism 

Auif. 18, 1882 
Mar. 3, 18&t 
June 25, 1895 
July 14, 1902 
Dec. a, 1905 



Mr. Disraeli iC) 
Mr. Gladstone <L) , 
Mr, Diwmeli iLord 

BeacQii8field\ (0) - 
Mr. Gladstone (L^ . 
Lord*Sallsbiiry (C^ . 
Mr. Gladstone (L^ . 
Lord Salisbury (C^ . 
Mr. Gladstone (L) . 
Lord Roaebcry (Lj , 
Lord Sulisbury (C) . 
Mr. Balfour {V\ 
Sir H. Campbell- 

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Feb. 19, 1835 
Nov. 15, 1837 
Au^. 19, 1^1 
Not. 11,1847 
Nov, i. 1833 
April 30, 1857 



Dec. 30,1834 
July 17, 1837 
June 23, 1841 
July 23,1847 
July 1, 1832 
Mar. 20, 1857 
April 23, 1859 



May 31, 1859 July 6. 1865 
Feb. 1.1896 Nov. 11,1888 



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Mar. 4. 1874 
April 29, laaO 
Jan. 12,1888 
Aug. 5, 188Q 
Aug. 4,1892 
Aug. 12, 1893 
Ikjc. 3. IflOO 
Feb. 13,1906 



Jan. 26, 1874 
Mar. 25, 1880 
Nov, 18, 1885 
June m. 18S6 
June 28, 18»2 
July 8. 1895 
Sept. 25,1900 
Jan. 8, 1906 



Dturmliuii: 
Ye*x% MonUu 
5 



2 
1 

7 
5 
10 
11 
1 
I 



PARLIAMENTARY PRIVATE SECRETARIES 
TO MINISTERS. 



Sib H. Campbkll-Bannermaw {Fi^ime MirUnter and 
Pirvt Lord of the Treasury} 

'idH. ABQfjmi {Ch4inc€Um' of the Exch^q\ier) 

Sm Edward Grey (i'WetV" -^ccrefary) 

Mr. Haldank iSecretari/ for Warf ... 

Mb, Sinclair (Secretary for Scotland} 

Mr. Lloyd-Gkokgk [President, Board cf Trade'^ 

Eari. Cahrinqton (President, Board of A griculture) .... 

Mr. McKknna {PrtJtident, Board of Edvcati&nl.. 

Mr. BiRRELL [Chief Secretary^ Irclttjul} 

Mr. BirxTON iPofitmasier-Oenerai) ... 

Mr. Habcjourt [First Comrni.'isioner af WorArs) 

Mr. RUNCiMAN [Pinancial Secretary to Treasury) 

Mr. Edmukd Robertson [Secretary to the AdmiraUy\ 

Mb. Bmrbbiit Samukl (Under Ilame Secretary) 

M& Cbujwhill (Under Colonial Secretary) 

ICb. Tmomas Shaw (Lord Advocate) 



fH. W. C. Carr-Gomm, M.R 
[Norman Lamo?jt, M.P. 
K. S. Montagu. M.P» 

C, H. LVELL, M.P. 
F. D. Ac LAND. M.P. 

D. C. Ekskjnk, M.P. 
H, D. McLaren, M.P, 

R. WiNFREV, M.P. 

W. W, Benn, M.P. 

a P. GoooH, M.P. 

Hon. a. L. Stanley, M.P. 

W. DupLKY Warp, M.P, 

J. C. Wedgwood, M.P. 



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203 



PARIJAMENTARY CONSTITUENCIES. 



The SmaIiLhst Boroughs. 
The following 26 Boroughs in Great Britiiin (19 in Eugkind, 3 in 
Wales, and 4 in Scotland) have lesa than 5000 electors :— 
Liberal (10). 

PotuTTi and Falmouth ... 

Whltehav'en 

Montgomery District «. 
Pontefract ... 

SalisbiuT ,, 

Orantham 

Kind's Lynn 

Flint DistTiot ,. 

Dumjfriea District 

SUiflbrd ,,. 

SL George's-in-the-East 

Boston ... 3909 

In verneKH District ,.. *,. ... 439(3 
Whitechapel Um 







Taru (10) 




2Rft8 


Durham 




... wm 


2974 


Bury SL Edmunds 


... . 2740 


,^17 


Wicl District 




... 2837 


3318 


Winchester 




... 303a 


tvm 


St. Andrews LlHtrict 


... 329* 


Mi'i 


Windsor „. 




... 3316 


3650 


Taunton 


... 


... 3736 


3744 


Hereford 


••• 


... 3852 


3a<w 


Canterbury 


••• <•• ••• 


... 3OT6 


3S46 

400 J 


ShrewsbTiry 




... 1790 



Kiddennin>^ter . 
Denbij^h District . 



4872 



There is one two-raenibered constituency with less than 10,000 electors 

— ^Bath (8210). Both merabei^a are Liberals. Thi'ee TJniversitiea, each 

returning two members, also have less than 10^000 electors : — 

Dublin ... .., 4806 I Cambridge 7040 

Oxford ... ., 6583 | 

All the six members for these are Tories* 

In Ireland 5 boroughs have less than 5000 electoi-s ; — 

Kilkenny ... 15«4 1 WaU^rford 3315 

Newry ., miO Limerick 4417 

Galway ... ... 2180 | 

The SmaXtLkst Counties. 
Thei'e are only 5 county constituencies In Great Britain having 
less than 5000 electors. Of thesei one (Kutland) is in England, the rest 
in Scotland : — 



Sutherland 

Bute .„ 
Caithnesa ... 


.. ... 2817 

3702 

3352 


Peebles and Selkirk ... 
Rutland 


... 38B1 
... 4083 


In Ireland there are 


11 such constituencies :— 




North Lonsrford 

South Ijongford ... 
Eaet Waterford .. 

West Wlcklow 

West Waterford 

KXns^a County <Birr) ... 


.. ... 3741 

3747 

4016 

4380 

4386 

4437 


King's C oun ty (Tullamore) . . . 
Quetni'H County <Os8ory) 

Queen's County (Leix) 

North Kildaru 

EastWicklow ... 


,.. 4o34 
,., 4703 
... 4T27 
... iS48 
... I8B1 



SOJUE IsfTEftESTINCi FaCI^ AHOlTr CoNfiTITUENCI^. 

(1) The larijmt constituency is the Rornford division of the County of Essex, 
with 4-7,641 electors (an increase of WG^2 in one year) ; tlie smaikH^ the borough 
rf Kilkenny, with 1584. 

(t?) The iarqt^M horout/h constituency 15 Newcastle-upon-Tyne (two members), 
irith 37,417 electors. 

(3) The larffest mngh-mmnhm- horoitf/h constituency is Wandsworth, witli 
i,4<il electors; the next largest, Cardiff, with 27,896 ; the itmatieift, Kilkenny, 
irith 15H4. eleutoi-s. 

( i) The huyml ctmnttf constituency is the Romford division of Essex (47^641 
ectors), the next largest being the Walthai\istoiw t\msvoT\ Q^ ^^ ^axftR. ^wik^ \ 
\tii^O' electors); the .nmiltmt (a) EHt/iLnh, RulWnd lWe»^i ^Wt\jcix€\ % V^ A ^^^ J^y>^^ ^ 
■'oor(S480); (c)Seotv/i, Sutherland {t2>* 17), andViy'rWh3ox^\jErtv^w^V^^N^> 



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THE GOVERNMENT MAJORITY. 

I TJie Oovemment majority in the House of Commons on November I5th was 354. The 
Otneral Election figures were 354, and the following cdteuUUion shows how the figures 
; remain the same :— 



MINISTERIALISTS.* 

Returned at Geoei^l Election , 
Gains by isfjcewiion (3 Ur 
Ijeaa Lobs at By-El&ctions 

Nation A usra. 

Returned at General Election . 

PNIONIST OPPOSITION . 

Returned at Getiei-al Election , 
Gaina at Bj-EIections 

Less Jjas& by Baceeaioa (2 to L) . 



Government majority 



2 

... % 



i^ 



1^ 
2 



42» 



IflO 
2 



512 






The two Unionist gains at By-El*5Ctiona were nt Cockennoittb and J 
Two Libera,! aeata have l>oeD lost— at Jarrow to LRC Member^ ^t Cofne Valley to 
SocJaLisL 

The Minli;terialigt gains by secesHion were Mr. Glendlnning and Mr. Aiisfciii Taylor, 
* Including all tUe Labour Menaberi^ and Mr, Grayson, 



CONTESTED BY-ELECTIONS, 1906-7. 

Pileh By-Elections are not inoMded.] 



OiRitiiiifiiiaT. 



B]r'i;ii»UAnr 



London, City of 
Bs^ingiitoke .„ 
LMcenter 

Eye 

Dulwicb 
Bodmin 
Cockernioutb 
K. Detibifh ... 
Huddersfleld... ^ 

1907. 

N.E- Derbyghiro 
Banfifebire 
S. Aberdeen 



BrigB 
Hexha 



Hexham 
Stepney 
Wimbledon . 

Rutland 

Jarrow 

Colne Valley , 

N.W, St^aiPard shire 

BurySL Kdmuods... 

i KirkdAl& , 



4,134 
4,503 

4,56S 
6,430 

^01? 



6.044 

3.779 
5.273 
5.401 
1.350 



1)302 

3.474 

3,4^i 
7,.^ 

rii 



15,474 
4,852 
7/2(16 
4.371 
fl,70& 
3,S7a 
4,50S 
3,128 

4,sa 



5,U15 

i,aaa 

3.412 
5.3S9 
4.244 
2,20& 
10.263 

2,213 

3,830 

3.227 
6.tM7 
l,a31 
4.D(X» 






467 (IL^ 

1,436 (LRCJ 
5vm <LRC) 

1.740 iS«3) 



3,399 {Woman 
Sum^iJre) 

I 4.88(8 (LRCn 

1 2,124 JN) ; 

3,643 (Soc) 



L«at |]«evJmui ElMlImi- 



5jg9 15.ai0 



3,330 O.'RJC^ 



4,705 
14.745 
4,(364 
8.282 
5.201 

5,175 
8vSK 



7,6^ 
4.101 
8,780 
0.753 
5.632 
1,653 
7.4fle 

8.047 
4.699 



4.S25 
7,504 
3.947 



4.0^ 
4.786 
2.848 

4,aei 



&.89B 
1.S01 
2,332 
4.027 
3.547 
2.490 

2.047 



5^S13{LRC» 



5,063 iLHC^f 



4,178 



\ 



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206 



HOUSE OF COMMONS INFORMATION. 



BY-ELECTIONS: LOSS AND GAIN. 

(EXCLUSIVE OF IRELAND.) 





HLnJatfirialirt 


(^trv«nunesi 


0«I]|, 


I^ 


otLo«(-J 


Liberal, 18fiS-74 

ConHer\'ativo, 1871^80 

Liberal 1390-5 

Liberal, 18S5-6 

Ctinrtetvati\e, 1886-82 

Liberal, 189'2^ 

Conservative, 1896-1900 

ConBervative. 1900^5 

Uberal, lBOft-7 ... 


. 8 
8 
4 

1 
4 
3 




28 
14 
21 

2 
21 

9 
14 
20 

2 


-20 

- fi 
-17 

- '2 
-20 

- 5 
-11 
-20 
^ 2 



HOUSE OF COMMONS— SESSIONAL STATISTICS. 













Adjonmineni 


CL0SUB15. 1 


MflBElODDl 


M^^. 


PTaragatkm. 




Mvkknu, 


of HauBS 

ULOTid. 


Ttai» 
racked. 

29 


,S33. 


1895(SeB8iotil> 


Feb. 5 


July 6 


97 


140 


2 


13 


iSession 2J 


Aug. 12 


Sept. 5 


20 


SB 





11 


9 


1896 


K«b. 11 


Au(j. It 


124 


419 


6 


99 


60 


1897 


Jan. 10 


Aug. B 


137 


387 


7 


75 


48 


1898 


Fob. 8 


Aug. 12 


119 


310 


5 


23 


13 


18g9(8eB»ionn 
(SeedoD 2) : 


Feb, 7 


Aug. 


117 


363 





33 


21 


Oct. 17 


Oct, 27 


9 


18 





3 


3 


1900 Session 1 


Jan. 3(» 


Aug. 8 


113 


290 


f\ 


23 


19 


iSession 2 


Dec. 3 


Deu, 15 


11 


8 





I 


1 


1901 


Jan. 23 


Aug. 17 


US 


432 


9 


82 


71 


1002 


Jan. 16 


Ite«. 18 


181 


04S 


14 


96 


81 


1903 


Feb. 17 


Aug. 14 


113 


3«S 


3 


20 


13 


1904 


Feb. 2 


Aug. 15 


124 


341 


7 


69 


51 


1905 


Feb. 14 


Aug. U 


114 


364 


9 


61 


45 


1906 


Feb. 13 


Doc. 21 


156 


^1 


5 


112 


61 


190r ,., 


Feb. 12 


Au^r. 2S 


131 


466 


' 


6B 


4j 



HOUSE OF COMMONS WHIPS. 



GOVEHNMENT. 

Mr. Geoi-ge White] uy fCAw^ 

TVkipl 
Mr. J. A. Poase. 
Mr. Herbert Lcwin. 
Capt. Cecil Norton. 
Mr. J. H. \VTiitlcy. 
Mr. J. M. F. FuUer. 
Sir PI Strtvchcy. 
The Mitfctt'Ot* of Elibaiik. 



Opposition. 
Sir A. AcIaud'Hood iUhicf 

Mr. II. W. FoMter. 
Loi'd Balcarres. 
Viscount Valentla. 
Mr. IL Piiic rcftso. 



XAT10NAT4ST. 

CapL Don elan. 
Mr. PiitHc k 0'Brie»>. 
Mr. HiiviJanii Burke. 
Mr. J. R Boland. 

Labour Pakty ILRCJ. 

Mr. A. Hendei>ion. 
Mr. G. H. Kobutth. 



i 



HOUSE OF LORDS WHIl'S. 



MrNJfiTBFUAMST, 

Lorri Denumn, 
ICarl of Qnuiai'd. 
Lord Cohbrooke, 



OiToarnoN. 



IJBKKAl. ^KA^ BOOK, \^^< 



207 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



POLL BOOK. 



1885-1907. 



The population at the Census of 1901 is given in brackets 
alter 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. 



DATES OF GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1885-1906. 



Year. 



1885 
1886 
1892 
1895 
1900 
1906 



Dissolution. 



November 18 
June 26 
June 28 
Julys 

September 25 
January 8 



Elections. 



November 23 -December 15 

June 30-July 27 

July 1-26 

July l^^x^^X.'^ 



LIBHBAX YBAB. BOOTS., \W», 



ao8 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 i 

8256 
Dr* W» A.Huntor 

(L> mi 

B. F. McGeagh 

(C) 8M-3900 

J, W. Thorn (IL> 177 



1886 



Dr. W. A- Hunter (L) 



Ujuyp, 



ABBRDBBN, BOOTH [77. 935] 

James Bryce (L> 45*8 

C. MackensdoCCj 1455-3093 



ABBRDBEiNaHIRB, BA 

12.522 
\\ Ksslftmont (L) 6509 
Col.H.W.Gorclon 
(CJ 315S-3354 



7813 
J&tneB B1-7C6 (L) 



Dr. W. A, 

(L) 
B. P. Lee (LU) 



1882 

8832 
Hunter 



870-3592 



Vnop. 



ST [73,433] 

12,522 
P. Esalomont (L) 
W. H. Lumftden 



8876 
James Brj^ce (L) 3513 
J. G. McCullagh 

(LU) 1768-1745 

H. H. Champion 

(Soo) mi 



1 

1 



11 303 
P. EsslemonUL^ 5116 
Col. F. S, Russell 
2iU4-2l08 (LU) 3492-ie24 

.; Mr. KssleTtiont appoinled 
Ciiuirmaji Scotch Fishery 
Board. 
Dec. 10, 1892(11,960):— 
T. R. Buch»n»»n(L) 4243 
CoL F. a Russell 
(LUJ 2917-1336 



ABERDBBH8HIRB, WB 

10, U4 
Dr. R. Farquhar- 

son (L) 4248 

F. H. Irvine (G) 2010-2238 



Q. Kerr (IL) 



1530 



ST [65,893] 

10.144 
Dr, It. Farquhar- 

Hon (LI 3854 

F. H. li'^ane (C) 1657-2197 



10,()27 
Dr. R. Farquh arson 

(L) 3720 

Sir A. Grant, Bt (C) 36«K80 



\ 



Aberdeen & Glaboow Uvi VKRarTnca— ae^ Glasgow. 
Abingdon— «ee Berkshire, | 
AccBrNGTON— «ee Laxcashirk. 

ALTKINCHAM^SCe CHESHIRE, 
ANDOVER— «e€ HAMFSHrRB,! 



JINCH-ESEY^|50,606] 

R. Da^ieH iU 4412 

CftptG.P.Rarner 
(C) 3462-950 



JIHTRIM, BAST [52,270] 

^773 
Capt.LM.McCal- 

morit (C) 4180 

M. R. Dalway (L> 2105-2075 



ANTRIM, MID [46,020] 
8307 
m>n, K T. O'Neill 



9777 
T. LewiH (L) 
CapU G, P. E*iyiier 



3727 
3421-306 



8773 
Capt. J. M. McCalmont 
(C) Unop. 



S307 
I Hon.R.T.O'^om 



10,0»3 
T. I^wiH{L) 



4420 



M- Lloyd, Q.C. tLU) 2T«a-171« 



8724 
Capt J. M. McCalmont 



(C) 



Unep, 



/O 3832 I {CI *KSV \ 

r, A. Diekson (L^ 2713-1119 , J. H, M^Kelvey ^1^> ^aa^^KSfe \^ 



B08t 
H<M\. R. T. O'NoiU (C> 



tJwi^, ^ 



LIBERAI. XBA3. BOOTS., "i-WS^. 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 209 


1896 


1900 


1906 


JLBBRDBBN. NORTH 

Dr. W. A. Hunter 






10,047 
Cant. D. V. Arie 

R. Williams (C) 2251-1967 


10,531 
Cant. D.V.Pirie(L) 4852 
T. Kennedy (Soc) 1935-2917 


Oa) 41fi6 
J.L.Mahon(ILP) 606-8548 


M.M.BarHe(C) 931 


Dr, Hunter resigned. 






(L) 2909 






Tom Mann (ILP) 247»-430 






JLBBRDBBN, SOUTH 






9731 


11,383 


12,980 


James BryceOi) 3965 
D. Stewart (LU) 3121-861 . 


James Bryce (L) 4238 
W. C. Smith (LU) 3830-408 


James Bryce (L) 6780 
W.G. Black (LU) 2332-4448 
Mr, Bryce appointed Am- 
bassador lo U.S. 






_ 




Feb. 20, 1907 (13,053) :- 
G. B. Esslemont (L) 3779 










Ronald McNeill (C) 341^-367 






F. Bramley (Soc) 1740 


ABBRDBBNSHIRB, R. 






12,157 


12,404 


12,500 




A. W. Maconachie 


J. Annand (L) 6149 


W. Smith (LU) 3308-1416 


(LU) 4173 
T.R. Buchanan (L) 4100-73 


A. W. Maconachie 

(LU) 4319-1830 
Mr. Annand died. 
Feb.28, 1906a2,500):- 
J. Mnrray (L) Unop, 


JLBBRDRBNSHIRR, W. 






Dr. R. Farquhar- 


10,666 
Dr. R. Farquhar- 


10.704 
J. McD. Henderson 


8on(L) 4187 
Sir A. Grant, Bt. 


flon (L) 4352 


(L) 5949 


Sir A. Grant, Bt. 


RonaldMcNeill(C) 2791-3158 


(C) 3967-220 


(C) 3213-1139 




ANOIiBSBT 






9993 


9627 


10,001 


ElliR J. Griffith 


Ellis J. Griffith (L) 


Ellis J. Griffith (L) 5356 


(L) 4224 


TJnop, 


C. F. Priestley (C) 2638-2718 


J. R. Roberts (C) 3197-1027 




Mr. Orimth made Recorder 

of Birkenhead. 
Aug. 21, 1907 (10,110):- 
EUis J. Griffith (L) Unop. 






ANTRIM, BAST 






8857 


8886 


8606 


Capt. J. M. McCalmont 
(C) Uwyp, 


Col. J. M. McCal- 


Col. J. M. McCal- 


mont (C) 3582 
Dr. King Kerr 


mont (C) 4496 
Maj.H.R. Beddoes 






aC) 2853-929 


(L) 2145-2351 


ANTRIM, MID 






8338 


8219 


f337 


Hon.R.T.O'NeiU<C) 


Hon. R.T. O'Neill (C) 


Hon. R. T. O'Neill (C) 3367 
Col. J. Verschoyle(IC) 2577-790 


CTnop. UfUJ/p. 



LIBERAL TEAR BOOIS.^ \^%. 



210 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



18S5 

AliTRIH« MOBTH |[15,754) 

E. Macnaghteo, 

W,RSinc]atr(L) 2149-1084 
J. Pinkoi-ton (N) 1»15 



10,^24 
W. K. Mucjirtney 

(C) mtl 

J. D. Barbour (L) 368*>-13e7 



1886 



Q,C. <C) 4429 

S. C. McElroy ^L) 1910 251!i 
Mr. Mactuiffhten viadc a 
Lord of A mjcaL 
Fob. 11, lS87ai505>:^ 
SlrC.KLc\vi«(C) 3858 
S. a McElroj^ (L) 
W. A. TraiU (LU) 434 



10,8^1 
, E, Macartnsy <C) 



Unop. 



APPT>KBY— ««e WESTMORLAJff D. 

AitFON— see Cabnabvonshi hjl 



j&RGYIiL&HIRE [tK),2T0] 
10,011 
D. H« Macfarlano 

(L) 3340 

WTMacKmnon (IC) 2856-484 
J. a M'Caig (L^ 670 



ARMAGH, MID [41,52(3] 
8170 
Prof. J. MoKane 

(C> 4178 

E. I^anij (NJ 2867-1511 
Prof. AicKatw died. 
Fob. 1, 1886 («170) :— 
i^irJ. P. Corry, 

Bt. (C) 3930 

T. A. Dickaou (L) 2074-956 



ARMAGH, NORTH f46,200]i 

7ftl7 I 

MaJ. E. J. Sibuii- ' 

derson (€^ 41tl2 

T. SluDington (L) 237S-181U ' 



10,011 
CoL J, W. Malcolm 

{CJ 3658 

D, KMacfarlan© (L> 304^-613 



8170 
Sir J. R Corry, Bt. 

(c^ mm 

IL K. Oai*cliior{Nf 2532-1638 
Sir J. P. Cort^y^ /it., died. 
Doc. 17, imi (77im :— 
Dunbar P. Biirtoii, QJ\ 



413] 



ARMAGH, 80UTH [3 

Hilts 
A. Blarie (N) 

Unop. 



Ahkburton— see DfivoNSHm 
ASHKOBD— Kte Kf.jstt^ 



ASHTOK-UMDfiRLYNB 

65ft:i 

J, E. W. AdtJjHOii 
ar. /fy 3J64 I (C) 

^/. Jf/z/^vfj// ^/,; miS-Ui I A. B. RowliiV 

Mayor's cadi 



•mi 

CoL E* J. SaiLiidor- 

ritm (Ct 
J. Williiimf^n 



8192 
A. Blan<3 (N) 



4570 
1677-21 



Unojf. 



1882 

C. a Connor <t;> 4666 
W. H. Dodd, Q.C. 
iU 2027-21 



[51.080] 

6553 
J, E. W. Addison. Q.C. 



10,170 
W. E- Macartnoy (C) 



Utwp. 



9874 
D. H. MiWfarlaiieiL) 3(Ii6 
Col. J. W, Malcolm 
(CJ 3386-SO 



7170 
Dniibiir P. BarLoiu Q.C. 
(C) Unnp. 



10.153 
Col. E, J. Sauridort»on 



7S^ 

E. McHngh (X| 313» 

C. L. Falkinor (C^ 2212-111)7 

A. Blanc {P) 50 



»M»J>^ J 



I 



to Mr, AddUon, 



7012 
J. E. W. Addisgn, 

3wy ac. icj xi58 

(L^ 3S1V.^ ,^^,V.MQi-v:an(L| :e23-l3 



XIBBBAX ir^^ BOOK, 



IWVB. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



211 



1895 

JLNXRIM, NORTH 

8988 
CoL HuKh McCahnont (C) 
Unop. 
Oen, JET. McCaZmont re- 

siffned. 
Feb. 25, 1899 (8852):- 
W. Moore (C) Unop. 



ANTRIM, SOUTH 

10,547 

W. K. Macartney (C) 
Vi 



mop. 



AROYIiIiSHIRN 

10,471 
D. N. Nicol (C) 
Sir D. H. Macfar- 
lane(L) 



3970 
3835-135 



ARMAGH, MID 

17349 
Dunbar P. Barton, Q.C. 
jC) Unop. 

' Mr. Barton made a Judge. 
! Feb. 12, 1900 (7363):— 
J. B. Lonsdale (C) 3212 
J. Gordon, Q.C. (C) 1811-1401 



ARMAGH, NORTH 

10,301 
CoL E. J. Saunderson 
(C) UtMp. 



ARMAGH, SOUTH 

7254 
E. McHugh (N) 3378 
W. M. Kavanagh 
(C) 1995-1383 



1900 

8600 
W. Moore, Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



10,381 
W. E. Macartney 

(C) 3674 

S. Lawther aC) 3081-593 
Mr. Mojcartruy avpointed 
Deputy Master of the Mint. 
Feb. 5, 1903 (10,236):- 
C. C. Craig (C) 4464 

Dr.KeighUeyaC) 3615-849 



10,405 
D. N. Nicol (C) 3834 

J. S. Alnsworth (L) 3234-600 
Mr. Nicol died. 
Aug. 26, 1903 (10,643):— 
J. S. Alnsworth (L) 4326 
C. Stewart (C) 2740-1586 



7363 
J. B. Lonsdale (C) 



Unop. 



10,014 
Col. E. J. Saunder- 
son (C) 3579 
J. Orr (IC) 2468-1111 



1906 

7829 
R.GlendinninK(LU) 3757 
W. Moore, K.C. (C) 29fla-788 



9060 
C. C. Craig (C) 



Unop. 



11,216 
J. S. Alnsworth (L) 4507 
G. A. C. Hutchi- 
son (C) 3012-1495 



6974 
J. B. Lonsdale (C) 



Unop. 



J. Campbell (N) 
Dr. C. O'Nem (N) 



1646 
1261-385 



ASHTONUNDRR-IiTNR 

7152 7753 

H. J. Whiteley (C) 3434 i H. J. Whiteley (C) 3545 
W. Woods (L) 2680-754 1 E. A. Parkyn (L) 2400-1146 

J. Sexton (Lab) 415 j J. Johnstohi (See) 1^ 



7555 
Col. E. J. Saunderson 

(C) Unop. 

Col. Saunderson died, 
Nov. 16, 1906 (7555) :— 
W. Moore, K.C. (6)4229 
L. Crawford (IC) 1433-2796 

7186 
W. McKillop (N) 

Unop. 



A. H. Scott (L) 
H. J. Whiteley (C) 



4310 



\ 



X-IBBBAL. YEAH BOOK., \W&- 





[ 212 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 


f 


■ 13Bd 


1886 


1892 


1 

i 


^ ASTON HAMOR [7L32fiI 








mjm 


10.048 


10»431 




H. G. Ueld (L^ 4241 


G. Kynoch (C^ M9a 


Capt. Grice-Hut- 
cMnson (C) 




H. P. Ynte^ IC^ 308^1153 


H,G, HehML) 2713-782 


5300 




3/r. Kynoch^ difd. 


L Ward (Lab) 


im-mi 




Mardi20. 189HHt*50):— 








Capt. Grioo-Hiit- 
ehinrton Wi 5310 














W. P. Eeale, Q.C. 








{14 2332-2SJ7iJ 






ATTKRCLIFFK-HiM SHEFFIHL 


t>. 






ATUBBBtTRv—s^c Bucking HA 


MaHTRE. 






! AYB DISTRICT £50.2551 






■^ 


5449 


5449 


6245 


*^ 


' HL) 3400 


R. F. F, CampboU 

aUL 3673 
Capt, X Sinclair (L) 14tfti-H75 


W. Birkmyre (L) 
J. SomorveM (C> 


2753^; 


M. I^w (CJ 2Ilft-Si2 




■ 




Mr. CumpbeU died. 
June 15. 1888 (515«) :- 




'■ 






I 




Rev. J. Sinclair (L) 2321 




I 




Hon. Evelyn Ashley 




1 




{hV^ 2368^^ 




1 




Mr, Sinclair resigned. 
March 25, 1890 {5798):- 




1 






1 




J. SomorveU (CJ 2B10 




1 1 




£. Routledge (L> 2480-130 




1 


AYRSHIRE, NORTH [ST, 


946] 






12.465 


12,465 


12,361 




Hon. H. F, Elliot 


Hon. H. K Elliot (LU) 


Hon. T. H. A. E. 


^ 


(L) 57«" 
R W.C.P&tri«k(C) 4740-8eo 


Cochrane (LU) 


5^ 




girW.Wedderburo. \ 






Bt.(L) 


4888-148 


AYRSHIRB, SOUTH [Bo, 


455] 






15,1«J 


15409 


, 14,912 




Eugene Waso n { L) T357 


Hon. G. R. Vernon 


Eugene Waaon (lij 
Sir W, Arrol (LU) 


653A 


6«ii. C Alexander 


(LU) 6123 


6338-197 


(C» 5^6-1411 


Eugene Wason (L) 6118^ 






BANBUKV— sec OXFORDBIIIRE 








BANFFSHIRB [52,^| 








7018 


7018 


n«5 




R. W. Duff (L) 3740 
M. T. S. Darling (C) 2008^1732 


R. W. DDff(L) 2533 
Sir C. Grant <LU) 1394-1189 


R. W. Duff(L) 


2208 


M. M. Barrie (C> 


liMr^ga 


Barkston Ash— scfi Yorksk 


IBS. 


Mr. iHiS' appoinUd OiPfNtr- i 
nor of N^eia Sofdh WaJ^g. i 


Barnard Cahtljc— see Durh 


AM. 


March 15, 1893 (7241) 


: — 


BARSBiMT—see Yorkbhire. 




SirW.Woddcrburn 

Bt. (L) 
J, A. Grant (C) 


3186 


Barnstaple—**!* Devonshi 


REL 


BARROWINFURNESS 


[57,686] 






6063 


msi 


6958 




D. Duncan ^L) 2968 , 
1 H. W. Sch n eid er (C ) 2612^6 


W. a. Cflinc (LU^ 3212 

J. S. Aiiisworth (L) 1882-1330 


C. W.Ca3rEer(C) 
J. A. Duncan (L) 


3312 


2890-422 


Mr, Dun<:an unseated. 


Mr* Caine reMgned, 
July 2, 18H0 (fi«34) :- 
J, A. Duncan (L| 1994 , 






April 6. ISSe {mm :- 
W. S. CRine (L^ 3109 








,^p^_ ^^ 


Galnsford Bruce, 


H. H. Wainwright 




^^^^^^H 


Q,C. (C) 2174-93S 
1 W. M, Edmuiids ri) 15 


(C) 1882-132 1 




fl 


/ BAaiNQSTOKS—set HaatpshiiRK. \ 




/ Bassktla w—see .Vottjngha mshirb. \ 


-5 


XOBKiiAL IfMA^ BOO^ 1^^- ^^H 



1895 

ASTON MANOR 

10,952 
Cant. Orice-Hut- 

cKinKon <Cl 5353 

J. Luw6on <Lab) 1675-^878 



POLL-BOOK, 18g5-1907. 
1900 



213 



ATH DISTRICT 

C\ U Orr-Ewing (C) 3057 
W. BirkmFM (L\ 27^2-335 



12.339 
Evelyn Cecil <C) 



Unop. 



ATBSHIB£. NORTH 

12,837 
Hod. 1\ H. A. E. 

Cochrane <LUJ 5fll2 
W. Bobert^otMU 4902-710 



AYR8MIRR, SOtJTH 

15.463 
Sir W. ArroULU) Bfi75 
EugcDO WiLHon (L) 6325-560 



BJLNFFSHIRE 

7o2« 
Sir W, Wt'dilor- 

bttro, Bt. |L) 2R77 
J. A. Gi-ftut {O ^67-510 



B JLRROW IN - FURNBSB 

6065 I 

C, W. Cayiter id 3192 
^\ C. Bo nn co cc { L) 235t>^37 
P. Cmrraii (LabJ 414 



6819 
C. L. OrrEwing |C| 3101 
CoL E.C. Browne I U2.511-V590 
3fr. Orr-^^tmitg died. 
January 29, 19(M 173*0) :— 
J. Dobbicj {L^ 3221 

G. Younger (C) 3177-44 



13,657 
Hon. T. H. A. E, 

Cochrane {hVi 5985 
A. Williamson (L) 4791-im 



15,M1 

sirw. ApToULm fleia 

A. JohnBOn-Fergns- 
ori {L) 5753-8S3 



8156 
A. W. Black iU 
G, Watt, Q.C. (C) 



2768 
2470-2S6 



7755 
Sir C, W, Cayzer {C) 



Unop, 



1906 



12,149 
Krelyn Cecil {C} 71M 
J , Hiehard bo n (L^ 2431 17<B 



8031 
G. Yonnger (0 
J, Dobbio (L) 



3768 
3505-^1 



15,397 
Hon. T, H. A, E. 

Cochrane ILU) 5(508 
A. M. Anderson (L) 4587-1016 
J. Brown (Lab) 2683 



17JL97 
W, P. Boale, K.C. 

(L) 7853 

J. J. Bell \hV\ 8011-1242 



811S 
A. W. Black (L) 4101 
J. A. Grant {€) imumO 
Mr. Black died 
Feb. 16, 1907 (8179) :— 
C^pt> W. Waring 

{U 3001 

W. Whitelaw (C^ 1892-2009 



942B 
C. Duncan (LHC) 5167 
Sir C. W. Cayzer, 
Bt, (C> 3395-1772 



v 



I^JBBRAI. ITKAIt BOOIS.^ IWS. 



214 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



\ 



1685 

BATH [52,7731 
2 Heats. 43637 
R. S. Blaino (C) 3208 
K. H. VVodehouso (L) 2SMJ0 
Col. R. P. Laurie \V\ 2S?7t-19 
81rA.D.Hajter.Dt. 
(L^ 2953 



BATTBRBBA [11K2.4691 
10,019 
O, Y. Moi'gan (L) 4299 
J. E. Cooke (C) 3&47-712 

BEHFOBD [35,H1] 
313^1 
Samuel Whitbrcad 



a. 



do Ricci lO 



1286^a}2 



BESDFORDSHIRB, KOR1 

13,322 
f\ Magtiiao {L^ fJOai 
Capt. W. G. Bart- 
teiot (C) 4423-1615 



1886 



6637 

E, R, Wodehau»46 
(LU) 3309 

CoiR.RLaiiHo(Cj3244 
air A. D. Hayt cr, Bt. 

F. W. Verney <LJ 25au 



10,019 
0. V. MorgaD (L) 3683 
E, C. WiUfe, Q.C. (C) 3497-18B 



3134 
Samuel Wliitbre^ad 



J/IL 



dc Ricci (C^ 



1399 
1376-23 



H, or BIGGIiESWABB 

13,322 
YiECOTint Baling 

tLU) 4853 

C. Mayniac (L) 4371-482 



6022 

CoL Wyndhtitn Mur- 
ray <9 3108 

E. H. Wodehouso 
(LUJ 3177 

T, P. Baptie (L) 2ggl-lfl« 

Gen. Sir John Adye 
iU 2941 



12,381 
John Bums (Lab) StHfi 
VV.M.ChlnneryiO 4057-1539 



Samuel WMtbrcad 

(L) 1860 

C. Guy Pym (C) 1732-118 



[62,4461 

13,686 
G. W, E, Ruffle U {L) 660Q 
ViscL Baring (LU) 

6056-544, 



BEOFOHDSHTItE:, SOUT H, of liUTOH [73,650] 

\tM\ I \%\m 

Cyril Flower (L) 608i} ' CvrU Flower (L^ 4275 

S, Gedge (C| 3871-2209 Capt. W. G. Biirtt^ 

lot{C) 3(302 f>73 



BBIiFAST, EAST [121,520] 

8666 
E. S, W. De Cobaln 

<C 3Ck33 

Sir J. P. CJorry, Bt» 

(C^ 2929-mi 

R. W. Murray IL) 870 



BELFAST, NOBTH [®J,320] 
(jS:J1 
W, EwAit (C( 3915 

A, Bowman (L) 1330-2585 



BELFAST, SOUTH [73,335 
0740 
W. Johnston {V\ 3610 
J, Workniaii {LJ 99f»-2B2fi 
I>r, It. SeedM {V} 871 



mm 

Fu S. W. De Cobain 

(C( 5055 

R, McCalmoiit (X) 123*-^16 
Mr. l?e Coiwiin es^eUtd. 
March 9, 1802 (ll,£^h— 
G. W. Wolff (C) 4743 
Sir W. T. Charley, 
Q.C. (C) 2607-213a 



W. Ewart (Ci 



4522 
732^^7flO 
ied. 

An|FU£t 12, 1889 mm :— 
Sir E. J. Harland, Bt. 
(C) Unop, 



J . Dempfiey (N) 
Mr. Kivartmei' 



6741 
W. Johnat-oa {V\ 
A. M'Erloaii \N) 



4M2 
657-3885 



1882 



12,612 
Cyril Flower (L) 5296 
Col. O. T. Duke (LU) 4277-1010 
Mr, Kiainr lam^d to jjcer- 

agt an Lord lioUerttea. 
Sent-embet 20. 18tJ2 (12R42) :— 
S. Howard Whit- 
bread (L) 4838 
Col.O. T. DukelLU) 4a9&-242 



II 



11,339 
G,W. Wolff (C) 



Unop, 



8610 
Sir K J. Harlaad, Bt, 



nojJU 



7561 
W. Johneioii {V\ 



J^IBKRAL. YKAK BOOK, IW^- 



Unop., 

4 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1007, 



215 



1695 

B&TH 

7069 
CoL Wyndbam 

Murray tC> 3445 

K. R. Wodehouso 

(LU) 3358 

Sir W.M.Conway 

m 2R17-441 

J, M. F, FxiBer (L) 2865 



12,880 
John Burns (Lab) 5019 
C. Ridley Smith (C| 4706-253 



BSDFORD 

4179 
C. Ouy Pvm (C^ 1»76 
8. H. Whitbread (LI 1 810-166 



BBDFORD8MIHE, HORT 

13,744 
Lord AlwjTio 

Compton (LIT) fi643 
G. W. fe BufifieU {L) 5376-267 



1900 

T30fJ 
CoL Wyndbam 

Murray (CJ 
K, R. W<>dehouso 

(LU) 
D. Maclean {h) 
A. C, Morton iL) 



11.420 
John Biirne (Lab) 
Pv. Gallon {C\ 



4711 

C. Ouy Pym (CI 
Percy Barlow (14 



25iii 



58flO 
aeoti-254 



2115 
1B4S-287 



Lord Alwyno Comp- 
ton (LU) Unop. 



BB0PORDSH1RB, BOtl^H, «i» LUTON 



12.7*50 
T. Q. A>ihtoH iU 
CoL O* T, Duiio 
(LU) 



5430 
5244-186 



BBI4FA8T, BAST 
ia035 
O, W. Wolff (C) 



Dnop, 



' BBLFABT, NORTH 
ft! 18 
Sir E. J. Harland, Bt tC) 

Unop. 
Bir K J. Harland died, 
Jan. ^ 1896 (93r)ir:— 
Sir J, fl. Hafllott (C) 5565 
I A- Turner (la 31^-161 

1^" 



IBLFAST, SOUTH 

811)2 
W. Johnston [C} 



Unop. 



L 



lS.3i7 
G. Elliott (LU) 



14,566 
G, W.Wolff (C> 



M74 
5371-1 



Unop, 



10.117 
Sir J, H, Haslett 



4172 



T, Harrison (1C> 1855-2317 
Hir J, H, HaslEtt died. 
Sopt. 14. liJ05 (10J6S) :- 
Sir D. Dixon iC\ 4440 
W. Walker (Lab^ 3966-474 



^41 
W, Jniinaton (( 1 
Mr. JohTiston died. 



Unop. 



Auj?. 19, 1902 (11.240) :- 
T, H. Sloan (IC) Wh 
C. W, Dunbar Bullet 
(Q 



1906 

7968' 
I>. Maclean (L) 4Kl2 

G. R Goot>h (L) 4069 
Lord A. Thymic |C) 3123-946 
CoL Sir Wyndhftui 
Mmray (C) ^M 



15.389 
John Bums (Lab^ 73S7 
A. S. BeoM {€) 57S7-10OO 



65S5 
Percy Barlow JL> 
C. Quy Pym {Q\ 



2771 



14,085 
A. W. Black (L) 6903 
Lord Aiwryue 
ComptoE) iLU) 4298-2604 



14,456 
T. G. ABhton (L) 
Dr, A. P- Hlllicr 
<LU) 



16,002 
G.W. Wolff (C| 



7244) 
5387-1853 



Unop. 



11,385 
Sir D. Dixon Bt- <C) 4907 
W. Walker (LRCl) 4616-291 
Sir D. Dixon died, 
Apriin. 1907 (12.(J65)r— 
Q. Clark \C) m\ 

W. Walker (LRC) 4194-1827 



953S 



T. H, Sloan (IC) 
Lord A. HiU {C\ 



rjBSBAL YBAR BOOII^ iWfe, 




216 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1SB5 
BELFAST, WEST m.im\ 

J. H. Hflj^lctt to 3780 
T. Soxtoti IN) 3743-37 



BBRKSHIRB, EAST, Cil^ 
92d8 
Sir G. Ruswell. Bt, 

\C) 4710 

K. Lawrence iU dUBIAmS 



BBRKBHIRB, NORTH, 

8791 
P. Wroughtoii {C) 4245 
R. PurvlB |L) 2986-1259 

BERKSHIRE, SOUTH, 

10,453 
W. G, MoTint <C) 4631 
O. Pakner {L) 44'39-202 

BEHMONDSEV— SfHff SOUTHWA 

BkrwicK'OnTwtsed— see No 
B£iRWICHSHIBE [30,888] 
^384 
Hon, E, Marjorl- 

Imnks (L) 37-58 

CoiD.M.Home (C| 1325-2633 



BBTHNAI* GREEN, NO 

71fi3 
G. Howell (L) 3095 
J, D, Ma^ne (C) 1844-1241 



BETHNAL GREEN, SO 

82«5 
E. H. Pickeragill (L),'i(J88 
C^apL. J. E. F. Ayl- 
mer (C) 220i>-888 

Be WD LEV— see WoRCKsrEne 
B I aa LKB w AOE— see Bedkord 

BIRKENHEAD [110,9161 
12.115 
Gen.BirE.B.Ham- 

leyJC)^ 5733 

W. R. 



8131 
T. Sexton IN) 
J. H. Haslctt (C) 



3832 
37!a-l(» 



WOKINGHAM [€7,640] 

R2-18 
Sir G, RuaseU, Bt. (C) 

{/nop. 



OF ABINGDON [46.037] 

S791 
R Wro^i^hton (0^ 3899 
E. C. KeevU (L) 1910-1889 

OF NE^TBURT 155,772] 

10,453 
W. G. Mount (C) 

Unop. 

RTKUMBKRUkWD* 

5984 
Hon, E. Marjori- 

liankB (L) 2778 

R, H. Elliot (LU) 1177-1801 



RTH-EAST [61,873 

7102 
G, HoweU (L) 2278 

E. J. St-oncham (LU) 1906-372 



Q.C. (L) 



Kennedy, 



4560-1173 



DTH-UTE ST|$4,g54] 

E. H. PickorMdll (L) 2550 
Capt. J. E. F, Ayl- 
nwT to 2001-549 

HIRE. 
SHIRE. 



12,116 
Gen, Sir E, B. Ham- 

lev (C) 5255 

W.R. Kennedy, Q.a 

iL) 4086-1169 



1892 



H. O. Amold-Forster 

(LU) 1288 

T. Sexton (N) 3427-83» 



10.142 
SirG.RiihiaoU,Bt.(CH988 
F. J. Patton (L) 2738-2248 



P. Wronghtoo (C» 3565 
C. A. l^yc© (L> 3239-388 



10,338 
W. G. Mount (C) 
T, Stevens (L) 



458S 

3688-630 



5644 J 

Hon, E. Marjori- I 

banka (L^ 2704 I 

C. B. Biilfour tV) 1956-748 
Mr. Marjoribankfi suc- 
ceeded to peerage as 
Lord Tweedminith^ 
Mamh 29. 18iH (.t442^ :— 
H. J . Tonnant ( L) 2723 
C. B. Balfour (C) 2157-565 



7438 
G. Howell (L) 
H. H. Marks (0) 
H. R. Taylor (Lab) 
R. Ballard (II 



2321-5^ 

1(15 
23 



E, R Pickei-HKill ^Ll 320fl 



T. Benakin ( 



2171-1035 



13,031 
Viecfc. Bury {C\ 57flO 

W. H, Lever (L) 5164-ftrH 
Fwrcf . Bury xureetded to \ 

peerage as Lord Albe- 

marte. 
Oct 17, 1804 (14,293) :— 



TBA^K BOOK, 



IS^B. 




POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 



21?: 



1896 
H. O. Arnold-ForBt-er (LU) 



BBMKSHIRB, EJLSI, or 

Sir G, RuBscU, BL (C) 

Sir O. Bussell. Bt., died. 
Man^h 30, ims 111»189) :— 
Capt. O. Young iC) 4738 
O. W, Palmer iU 3600-1090 

BERHSHIRBt NOItTH, 

A.K.Loyd,Q,C.(C}106l 

BSBKSHIRB. BOVTU, 

IW.ffil 
W. G. MoiLiit (C) 48f«fl 
Sir J. Swinburne, 
Bt, (L) 376«-1129 



IL 



RWIGK8HIR& 

H. J. Tennant ID 2fi73 
C. B, Balfour {V} 2im-m 



BBTHNAL aftSRH, NO 



190O 



H. O. Arnold- Forster (LU) 
t/nop. 

Jfr. Aimold - J*'orst€r ap- 
pointed War Secretary. 

Oct 23. 1903 (fieiT) :— 

H»0. Arnold- Korster 
(LU| 3912 

P. iJempftey (X> 3871-241 

WOKIHOMAM 

11,465 
Capt. O. Young <C) 

Capt. Young resigned, 
July l2p 1901 ai,4^) :- 
E. Gardner iC) 



Unop, 



or JLBIHaimH 

seee 

A. K. Loyd, Q.C. <C) 



tfnop. 



or NBWBUR7 

10,5y6 
W. A. Mount {C) 



5402 
H. J, Tennftnt {U 
Lord Dunglass <C) 



Ujiop, 



2518 
lSe8-650 



7431 
M. M. Bhowriag* 

gree jC) 
O. Howtill (L) 



2501 
9431-ieO 



BSTHHAIt ORR13II, 80 

7855 
K, H. PickerH^ll (L}MJ3 
W. A. Statham {C^ 2^24-279 



BIRKSltBRAD 

11,277 
Elliott Iveea (C^ 6178 
W. H. Lever ih) 8874-204 



RTH-RABT 

8(>12 
Sir M. M. Bhowoag- 

grtse {Q 29es 

H. U W. LttWBon (L) 2808-879 



812S 
S. R Ridley {€) 2862 
E. H. Pickcrsifill (L) 2314-34S 



15,1S6 
Sir laiiott Lees, Bt* (C) 



^nop. 



1906 

88U1 
J. Devlin (N) 
C^nt, J. R, Smiley 

A. M. rarltsle (LJ 



4138 



4123-16 
153 



13,033 
K* Gardner <C) 6075 
Lord Haddo (L) 4750-1325 



1 



8875 

E. A. StraUBS (L) 3943 
Capt. H. G. Hender- 
son <C) 3767-176 

11.746 

F. C. Mackarrie8stLj5338 
W. A. Mount {€} 4936-402 



H. J. Tennant (L^ 2Sf75 

R. F. Bell iCf 1624-1351 



773f» 
Sir E. A. Cornwall 

(L) 4127 

SlpM.M.Bbowtiagr- 

^oelCl 213&-19B7 



7i«2 
E.H.PickerHgill <L) 3542 
S. F. Ridley (Cf 2064-1478 



17»010 
H. H, Vivian (LI 7€74 
Sir EUlott Lees. fit. 



<C1 
J.A^KenMtaC) 



5271-1803 
21 IS 



v 



lOBBRAX -TRKYL BOOK^ \^«^* 



210 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



i8a5 

BBLFJIST. WBST \m,m}] 
mm 



BBflKBHIItB, BAST, or 

fJSfTiN 

<r) 4710 



aailKSHIIlBp HOflTH« 

K7(il 
I', Wroiiifhroii « I) 124ft 
Ft, lN»rvlM(r.J 'imiVl'Al 

BBRKSHiniB, S0U1<H, 

W, ih Mount (<:) |«3l 
n. I'aliijoi (U 442&-302 

JhciiwrnK ON 'J'wKKiJ -jce No 
BflftWIGKftHma ra),888J 

Hon, K. MiirJoj"I- 
TmiikM U4 n7m 



BBTHNJII^ ORBBN, MO 

CI. HowfjiJ 11.^ mimri 

J. IX Mftyiie KV IWil-12M 



BflVHHAL OltBBN, SO 

VAjiL J. K, F. Ayl- 
mor (t?^ 22(»-88S 

TiawoLEv— »e« Worokhtkhs 
U T c M J f . Ks w A DK— «e« Bed roiiD 

BIRKBHHBAD [110,915] 
12,115 

ley k;) 6733 

W* R. Kennedy. 



Q.C. {L^ 




1886 



8131 
T. Sexton (N) 
J, H, Ha«lett (C> 



3?i0-103 



WOKINGHAM [67,AI0| 
Sie O. RnsseU, Bt. <C> 



l7lM^ 



i^r ABIMQDOM [16^0371 
8791 
R Wroughton ICJ 3Sa» 
K.aKee%iUL) MCH989 

or HBWBURY [55,172] 

ir>.l53 
W. G. Mount {V} 

RTMlTMttBRLAND. 
5984 

Hon- E. Marjori- 

batikw (L) 2778 

R. H, Elliot (LU> 1177-1601 



HTH-BAST [ft4,873 

7102 
G.HowoU(L) 2278 

E. J* Bt-onehain (LU( 14M)6-372 



E. H. PickcrHirill (L) '2550 
Capfc. J. E. F. AyU 
mer (C) 2001^^9 

HIRK. 
BHIKE. 



12,115 
Gen. Sir E* B* Ham- 



l5flO-117S 



W. 



^^^. 



<L) 



:ennedy,Q.C. 



5255 



4086-liee 



laes 



H.O.An)Qld-F 
T. Seztcm (N> 



laus 

StrO.Rniwell,Bt,<CM 
F. J. Pfttton CL) 



P. Wrouirhton (C) 
C. A, Piyce (L> 



W. G. Mount \C) 
T. Stevenfl IL) 



1 



54PS44 

Hon. E, Maijori- 

banka \U ^m 

C. B- Balfour {C) Iflfifl 

cteded t^t peerage 

Lord Tweedmoutn, 

March 29, 1894 (5442 » :— 

H. J. Tennant iU 2722 

C, B. Balfour (C| 2157 



G. Howell (U' 
H, H. Marks (C) 
H. R. Taylor I Lab) 
R. BaUarda^ 



7821 

E,H,Pi€ker8elUa:*>3a(]l 
T. Beiwkln (C> 21T 



13,031 
Visct, Bury (C^ 5760 

W. H. Lover ih) 5164^ 

peerage €La Lord A 
marie. 
Oct- \T.18&4 (14,283):— 



V 



ZJ^BRAL ^STSAB. BOOK^, 1W%. 



] 



» 
^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



217 



1895 

901R 
H. O. ArnoM-ForHter (LU) 
Unop. 



BBRKSHlItli, BAST, or 

IOJ'22 
Sir G. Russell, Bt. (C) 

Sir Q. Rttssell, Bt., died. 
March 30, 1888 ai489) ^— 
CapLO. Young {C)47afJ 
G. W. Palmer {L) 3690-1086 

BBRKSHIRB, NOIITH» 

mi5 

A.K,IiDyd,Q.C.(CHO^ 

C. A. Pryce (L^ 301&-1046 

BEBKSHOtB, SOU'FH, 

10,621 
W. G. Mount (C) 4^ft5 
Sir J. Swinburne, 
BL iU 3768-1129 



BBBWIOKSHIRB 

H. J. Tennant {U 2S73 
C. B. Balfour {0\ 2im-m 



BBTHHAI* GREBN, NO 

7131 
M, M. Bkownag- 

(rreo id 25fll 

G.Mowell (L) 2431-ieO 



.BSTHNAIi GRBBN, 

7S5» 
K. H, PlekeragiU (L) 2803 
W. A. StaUiam (C) 2324^279 



1000 

H. O. ArnoM-Forafcer (LLl 
£7nop. 

JWr. Arnold - F'OTister ap- 
pointed War Secretary. 

Oct 23. liM)3 (8617) :— 

H.O.Ariiold-Forater 
{LU) 3812 

P, Denipsey (N) 3671-241 

WOKIHQHAH 

Capt O. Young iC) 



Capt. Younff resigned. 
Ju5l2, 190iai,M):- 
E. Gardner (C^ 



Unop. 



Unop. 



OP ABIHGBOil 
A. K, Loyd, Q.C. (C| 



or NBWBUR'T 

W. A. Mount {C) 



5402 
H. J. Tennant (L> 
Lord Dunj^lasB (C) 



Uiiop. 



Unop. 



2518 
1988-550 



RTH'BJIBT 

8012 
Sir M. M, Bhownivg- 

ffree (C> 2fles 

H. L. W- Lawson (L) 2609-379 



BO UTH-lirBBT 

3128 
S. R Ridloy (C) 28^2 
E. H. Rckersglll (L) 25U-34S 



14,277 
Elliobt Laea (CJ 6178 
W. H, Lever (L) 5974-204 



15,486 
Sir Elliott Ii&eH, Bt. |C) 
Un 



1906 

S8&1 
J. Devlin (NJ 4138 

Capt. J, R, Smiley 

<LU) 4122-16 

A. M. Carlisle (L} 153 



13,033 
E. Gardner <CJ 
Lord Haddo (L) 



6075 
4750-1325 



8S75 
K. A, Stmusa (LI 3943 
Capt. H. G. Hender- 
son (C) 37e7'17« 

1L746 
R C. Mackarneus (L) 533S 
W, A. Mount iC) 489IM08 



5502 
H. J. Tonnant (L) 
KF. BeH(C) 



2975 
1624-1351 



7730 
Sir E, A. Cornwall 

(L) 4127 

Sir M. M. Bhowna^- 

sree (C) 2130-1907 



7ii«2 
ILlLPickeraarlll (L) 3542 
a F. Ridley Tc> 2064-1478 



17,010 
H. H, Vivian (Ly 7074 
Sir Elliott Loea.Bt. 



J. A. Kenait (ICl 



5271-18Q3 



X'IBBHAr. tka:h BOO^, \Wft* 



1885 



9019 

Unop. 



i 



AB, BAa?, or 

lell, Bt. (Ci 

Unop. 
Sill, B£., died, 
888 Hhim :— 
ling (C} 1726 

ftB, MORTH, 

Q.a(C)4f61 

i (L) 301&-1045 

U,«2l 

litter 4885 
biinie, 



BHIRB 

5609 

«it(L) 2673 
r (C) 2166-507 



IRBSN, HO 

3S01 



1900 

ft552 
a O. Arnold- Forster OjU) 

tJnop. 
Mr. A rnflM - F&rHter up- 
pointed IVar Secretary. 
Oct. 23, 1903 {8617 J :— 
H. 0. Amold-Forst^r 

jLU) 3912 

p; Dempaey (N) 3871-241 

WOKIMQHAM 

11,46* 
Capt, O, Young (C) 

Un&p. 
Capt. Younff rtsioned, 
JuW 12, 1901 111,489) :— 
E. Gardner (C) 

Umop, 

or ABIHODON 

S60S 
A. K. Loyd/Q.C. (C) 



OP NBWB17RT 

10,596 
W. A* Mount (CJ 



5192 
H. J. Terinant iU 
Lord Ihinglass (C) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



35IS 
1968-550 



stiia 

tiownag- 



IBRr: 



V >=!0n (L) 2609-379 



7B&T 

8128 
iiilcy(C) 28^ 
lokersifUliL) 2514-318 



1^489 
)r Elliott LeeB, Bt (C) 



nop. 



fRAI^ T'BikR BOOlLt VW&- 




J, Devlin im 
Capt. J. R. Sniiley 

A. M. l-arUsle <L) 



K. Gardner (Q 
LordHaddoW 



®75 

E. A. Stnniss {L) 3943 
Capt, H. G. Hender- 
son (C^ 3767-176 

11,746 

F. C. MockBTtieaalL) ^338 
W. A. Mount (C) 4036-402 



5502 
H. J. Tonnant (L) 
R. F. BeU (C) 



7730 
Sir E. A, Cornwall 

(L) 4127 

8irM.M,Bhowimg- 

groe (C) 2130-1997 



218 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

6lMlfIKOHJiM» BORnn 

11,178 

W. Showeli iO .10l&-1^13 

BIRHINOHAM. CBNTR 

lfl,i*23 
John Blight (L^ 4989 
Lard R. Churehill 
tC> 421&^773 



BIBHINGHAM, 

F. W. Lowe {C} 



1866 

aiiB Y [90,018] 

11,178 
Jesse CollinKH (LU) 4475 
Lawbqq Tait (L^ 1040-343.5 

KLi [54,1871 

10,023 
John Bright ILU) Unop. 
Mr. Bright died. 
AprUi5JK89nL&>i):- 
J. A. Bi'iKht (LU) 6621 
W.KBtJivlo,Q.C.(L) 256J-30ett 



BAST [82,5^7] 

4277 H. Matthews, aC. 

3025-1332 ^C) sail 

W. Cook (L) 2S52-789 



BIBMINOHAH, BDGBA 

8693 
Q. Dixon (L) <O08 

Sir J. E, Wilmot. 
Bt. iV} 2907-1191 



BIRMINGHAM, NORTH 

tWl^7 
W. Kcnrick (L) 4179 
H. Matthcjwa, Q,C. 
(C) 35«l-ei8 



BIRMINOHAM, SOnTH 

10,^3 
J.PowellWllHamH 

H, Hawkos |C) 3311-17SS 



BIRMINGHAM, WBST 

ir>.329 
J, Chamboriain ID 5419 
J. Duinphroys (C} 2655-2764 



BTON I7T,5S81 
G, Dixon (LU) 



tOO.328} 

&42T 
W, Kenrick (LU) 



BrRK— ^ee KiNO*a Countt. 

BlBHOP AXJCKUAm>—Bee DU RHAM CoUNTT. 



UnhOp, 



Unop. 



[72,183] 

10 643 
J. PowoD Wiiliainfl (LU) 

Urmp, 



[Te»3411 

10,3129 
J. ChAmberla.m {LU) 



Uiwp, 



BliAOKBURN [127,flS0] 
W. Coddington 

Sir Robert Peel, 

Bt. {C\ 
W. E. BriKff» (L( 
J. N, Boot!) man 

(L> 



0168 



^125 
674[>-lfiS5 



lfi,^39 
W. Coddingt^jn (C) 
W. H. Hornby {C^ 



Unop. 



53U 
} Blacrf-riabs Sl Hi:TciiEeoN| town— see Gulbqow. 
/ nomnN—see Cornwalj^ 



1692 

12.876 
Jeaao CoUiogr? (LU) 6380 
W. J. Davius (L) 2ri5ft-3732 



11,«04 
J. A.Bnght<LU) 5535 
J. Herbert (L) 1522^00^^ 

10.404 ^^^H 

H. Matthews, Q,C. T 

\C\ mil 

H, C. Fnlford (L) 2832-22«> I 

D. 3. Callio a) 296 M 

10,224 \ 

G. Dixon (Ll/) 

9615 ^1 

W. Kcnrick (LU) 4S14 1 ■ 

E, Bloor (L> JM8&-272S 



I0,ai4 
J. Powell Williams 

5193 
ncafitor(L) 2270-28Q3 



W, J, Lan 



ll.fi54 

J. Chamborlaiu 

(LU) 
( 'orrie Omnt (L> 
J, W. Mahoiiy (I) 



6297 
18T9-4411 
31 



t7.efil 
W, 11. Hornby (C) 1)265 



W, rodfliiigton (CM)f>4n 
W, Taylor O^) "^ 



K, Htjy worth IL) 



7272 mi 



lUBBRAX. ^l£AJet BOOK, W^^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



219 



1895 

BIRMINOHJLM, BORDB 

13,824 
Jesse Colling8(LU)0001 
W. Cook (LT 2164-3850 

BIRMIKOHJLM, OBNTR 

11,806 
K P^kes (LU) 

Unop, 



BISMINOHAM, BAST 

11,318 
Sir J. B. Stone (C) 

Unop. 



BIRMINOHJLM, BDOBA 

10,791 
G. Dixon (LU) Unop, 

Mr. Dixon died. 
Feb. 15, 1898 (11,067):— 
F. W. Lowe (C) Unop. 

BIRMINGHAM, NORTH 

9753 
W. Kenrick (LU) 4647 
W. J. Lancaster^) 1213-3334 
Mr. Kenrick resigned* 
Feb. 14, 1899(10.1®):— 
J. T. Middlemore (LU) 

unop. 

BIRMINGHAM, SOUTH 

11,604 
J.PoweU Williams 

(LU) 4830 

W. Ftiestman (L) 1267-3573 



BIRMINGHAM, WBBT 

11,647 
J. Chamberlain 

(LU) 6637 

Dr. B. O'Connor 

(L) 125»-4278 



BIOLCKBURN 

18,275 
W. H. Hornby (C) 9553 
W. Coddington {C) 9150 
T. P. Ritzema (L) 6840-2310 



1900 

SIiBT 

16,199 
Jesse Ceilings (LU) 



All 

12,010 
E. Parkes:(LU) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



13,070 
SirJ.B. Stone (C) 4989 
J. V. Stevens (L) 2835-2154 



ETON 

12,015 
F. W. Lowe (C) 



Unop. 



9930 
J. T. Middlemore (LU) 

tJnop. 



12,564 
J. Powell Williams (LU) 

Unop. 
Mr. Williams died. 
Feb. 26, 1904 (11,984):— 
Visct Morpeth 

(LU) 6299 

J. H. 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 



1906 

16,653 
Jesse CoUings (LU) 7763 
J. B. Glasier (LRC) 3976-3787 



10,670 
E. Parkes (LU) 
T. G. Lee (L) 



5684 
207&-3e00 



14,469 
Sir J. B. Stone (C) 
J. Hohnes (LRC) 



6343^585 



13,230 
Sir F.W. Lowe (C) 7263 
Hon. L. Holland (L) 3103-4160 



J. T. Middlemore 

(LU) 
J. Hood (L) 



5172 
1275-3897 



11.611 
Visct Morpeth 
" "" 5541 

Itevens (L) 2641-2900 



(LU) 
J. V. St 



12,483 
J. Chamberlain 

(LU) 7173 

R. L. Outhwaite (L) 2094-5079 



21,127 
Sir W. H. Hornby, 

Bt. (C) 10,291 

P.Snowden (LRC) 10.282 
Oeoffi:eyDrage(C) 8932-1350 
£. Hamer (L) 8892 



\ 



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220 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

BOLTON [130.611] 
2 seats. 10,063 
H. Shophord'CroHii 

Col. Hon. F. C. 

Bridgeman (C) T65S 
J. K. Crom iU 6725-930 
J.P.Thomnfifiou^L) B228 
H. M. Elohardson 

a> im 

BooTLB— «ce Lancashire. 

BORDESLBY— see BiRMINGHA 



BOSTON [20,456] 
271fi 
W. J. Ingrain iU 1295 
N, Learoyd IC^ S9&-299 

Bob WORTH— aee Leicssters 
Bow & BROMtBY~se€ Tows 



BBJI^PFORir* CENTR^SXt 

11,297 
W. EL Forster (L) 5275 
G. M. Waud (C^ 3T32-1M3 
Mr, Jtbrst&r died. 
April 21, 1886 (11,397^ :— 
G. X Shitw-Lefevre 

(L* 4407 

E. Brodle Hoare 

(C) 3627-780 



BRABFORD, BAST [88,237 
10,S87 
A, Holden (L> 4713 

J. Taylor (C» 4367^346 



BBJU>FOBD, WBS^ [79,43 
9421 
A, mingworth (L) 4688 
H. Byron Reed {0) 3408-1380 



BRBGKNOCKfiHIRB [57, 
9530 
W.F.Maitland(LH7ai 
Hon.A.Morgan(U)33e2-15(J2 



1886 



16,063 
H. Shepherd- Cross 

\Ui 7780 

Col Hon, F. C, 

Bridgeman (C> 7668 
J. C. HasUm (L) 6452-1216 
H. C. Hichardfi (L) 6314 



2718 
H. J. F, Atkinson (C) 1192 
W. J. iDffram {U 1144-48 

HIRE. 

R Hamlets. 



[60,957] 

11,297 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 

iU 4410 

C, M, Norwood iLU) 3851-159 



10,887 

H- Byron Reed (C) 4519 
A. Holden iU 



1 

M24 
A, lUingworthjL* 3S75 
A.W. SOrlinB (LU) 2^3-1352 



2131 

0520 
W. F. MaiUaiid (L) 



Unop. 



Brentford— se« Middlese x. 
BRmOETOWN— ««e Glasgow 
Bjiix^SiWA TSK—i}ee So me rs kt. 
BiuQG—see Lij<fCOLNSiniLS. 




1892 

17.7T2 
H. Shepherd-Crosa 

CoL Hon. F. C 

Brldgeman ^C) 
R Ta^or (L) 
G. Harwood (L) 



8429 

8140 

7575-565 

7536 



3054 
W. J, Ingram (LJ 1355 
Hon. G. Wlllougtiby 
i€) 1293^ 



11,134 

G. X Bhaw-Leflevre 
(L\ 4710 

MarauesB of Lome 
{LU) 4245^465 



12,556 
W. S. Caine {h} SSfS 
H. ByroQ Roed (C) 5373-301 



10,911 

A, lUln^worth <L) 3306 

E. Flower (C) 3063-253 

Ben Tillett <Lab) 2749 



10,561 
W,F.Maifcland(L)4676 
CapL T, Wood {V) MlS-12ia 



\ 



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POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



221 



1896 

BOIiTON 

18,183 
H. Shopherd-Cross 

(C) 8494 

G.Harwood(L) 8453 
CoL Hon. F. C. 

Bridgeman (C) 7901-552 
F. Brocklehurst 

(XL) 2694 



BOSTON 

3299 
W. Garfit (C) 1633 

Sir "W. J. Ingram, 
Bt. (L) 1237-396 



BRADFORD, CBNTRAIi 

10,316 
J. K Wanklyn (LU)4024 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 
(L.) 3983-41 



BRADFORD, BAST 

12,997 
H. Byron Reed (C) 5843 
W. & Gaine (L) 5139-704 
Mr, Reed died, 
Nov. 10, 1896 (13,159) :— 
Capt. Hon. R. H. F. 

GreviUe (C) 4921 

A.Bill8on(L) 
J.KeirHwrdie(ILP) 1963 



BRADFORD, WBST 

11,200 
E. Flower (C) 3936 

J. C. HorsfeOl (L) 3471-465 
BenTiUettCLab) 2264 



BRBCKMOCKSHIRB 

10,849 
C. Morley (L) 4594 

CoL T. WoSi (C) 3631-963 



1900 

19,716 
H. Shepherd-Cross (C) 
G. Harwood (L) 



Unop, 



3448 
W. Garflt (C) 1710 

W. T. Simonds (L) 1155-555 



10,442 
J. L. Wanklyn (LU) 4634 
A. Anderton (L) 4007-627 



14,189 
Capt Hon. R. H. F. 

Greville (C) 6121 

W. E. B. Priestloy 

(L) 5514-607 

J. Sheldon (Lab) 111 



12,340 

E. Flower (C) 4990 

F. W. Jowett (Lab) 4949-41 



11 584 
C. Morley (L)' 



Unop, 



1906 



G. Harwood (L) 10,953 
A. HGUKLRC) 10,416 
Hon. G. J. Goschen 
(C) 6693-3723 



G.H. Faber(L) 
W. Garflt (C) 



1801 
1604-107 



9978 
Sir G. S. Robertson 

(L) 4954 

Hon. Vicary Gibbs 

(C) 3614-1340 



15,136 
W. E. B. Priestley 

(L) 6185 

Sir V. Caillard (C) 4277-1908 
E. R. Hartley (Soc) 3090 



13,965 
F. W. Jowett (LRC) 4957 
Sir E. Flower (C) 4147-«10 
W. Claridge (L) 3580 



12,235 
S. Robinson (L) 5776 
Hon. R. C. Dever- 
eux (C) 3499-2277 



\ 



XJBKBAI, YKA.B, BOOK., \W». 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1S85 






iyv.H^) 



7047 



h *niPh(i'^ 7019 



BRIflTOL* BJIttT {m,Sm\ 



VniBTOL, NORTH [83,511) 

BItlBTOL, BOUTH m,\m\ 
J, D.WohIoihL» 1217 



BBIBTOI4I WBBT [ag,7€6] 
7tifl7 
8irM. HkkH-Bfewrh. 

BL. (( ?> 387B 

11. Do V. NIkoij (LI nm-nVA 

Brixton— «(■« LAMnicTti. 
HitoMi.Bv— ufie Bow * Bhom 

BUCKINOHAMBHIItB, 

io,r>a5 

Bjiroii F. t\ii UolliM- 

Dhiid ^u mt\ 

F. fharHley <r^ 2(>24^2832 
€. J. Clarko (RJ 2IMJ 



BUOKIIfQHJIM8Hrai3, 

*Japl. E, JI. Vorinuy 

Sir S. WLlHOli (C> 40U&-lla6 



/ 



dons 



14,848 
D. Smith (O 
W. T. Marriott. 

Q.C. m 5875 

W, HalJ (L) 2633-3242 

Mr. Hmith dttd. 
Nov,2»i_1886*U,848>:™- 
Sir W. T. Robertson lO 

^T> JF. r. JJo6*?rf^o« died; 
Oct.miS89U5.307h- 
G. W. E. Loder iQ 7132 
Blr R, Peol, Bt. ih) 463^3507 



9508 
H, C'oHKham (L) 3672 
J. InHklpfC) 1936-1736 

Mr, VonHham died. 
May %mm ao.Mt}) :^ 
BirJ. k WuHtori 

(L) 4775 

J. Innklp (d lWlQ-2875 H, 

J. H. Wikoii (Lab.) 603 



1882 

16.881 

G. W. E. Loder {O 7807 
Sir W. T, Harriott. 

ac. \n 7131 

R W. Maude CLl 54J8-lfi» 
Sir IP. Marriott rtsigned. 
13ec. 14, 1833 a7/©5) :— 
B, C. V, Wentworth O 



i 



9002 
I^wlB Fry (LU) 
At Carponter (LJ 



10,384 
Col. R S. mil (C) 
SlrJ.D. Weston 



\U 



So87 
2737-850 



4447 
3423-1024 



7657 
H\v M. Hlck»*-Boach, 

BL {V\ 3811) 

J, Judd (L) 1801-3018 



MID, OF KY^lMBBUWr [5^001] 

If^^TliS 
Hsimn F* de Hoths- 

child ^LU) 4723 

C". D, Hodgson (L) 1680-3043 



lQl.902 
Sir J. D. Weston (L> 

Unop» 
Sir J, D, WtJtton died, 
March 21. ]896GO,902) :-- 
Sir W. H, ^ViUa. Bt 
iU 3740 

' R Gore (Lab) 3S38-18S 



10,863 
C. Townacnd (LJ 
Lewis Fry (LV) 



11,887 
CoL Sir E. a Hill 



W^ 



Wilb (L) 



44fl9 



4980 
1442^548 



8122 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 
Bt (C) 



NORTH, OP BUCKINOB 

IL3<J7 
E. lluWmrd (C| um 

UftuU K. H. Vorney 

(L( 4388-71 

Mr. Hubbard su^ieeeded to 

peerage, as Ijord A ddin^- 

Ion. 
Oct. 11, lSS»nJ2p5fl51:- 
Capt, E. H, vomeY 

(L) 4&5& 

Hon* E. HtibbardAC>4»W-^fife 



Unop, 



10,tJ28 
Baron F. do Roths- 

chUd (LU) S515 

T, IL Dolticy iL) 2UKJ-25523 



AM [59,^280) 

11.518 
H. S. Leon <L) 6153 

AY. W, Carlilo (C) 4704-449 



€apt. Vtrmv e^rpelled. 



i 



LJBKRAL YBAK BOO^, 



wm. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



223 



1895 

BRIGHTON 

17.083 
G.W.B.Loder(C)7878 
B. C. V. Went- 

wcnrth (C) 7490 

SIrJ. Bwart(L) 



BRISTOIi, BAST 

11,254 
Sir W.H. Wills, Bt 

CL) 4129 

a 6. Hobeon 

(Lab.) 1874-2255 



BRISTOIi, NORTH 

11,490 
Lewis Fry (LU) 4702 
C. Townsend (L) 4464-238 



BRISTOIi, SOUTH 

12,281 
Ck>L Sir E. S. HiU 

(C) 5190 

J. O'Connor Power 

Oi) 4431-759 

BRISTOIi, WBST 

8144 
Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 

Bt. (C) 3815 

H. H. Lawless (L) 1842-1973 



BUCKINOHAMSHIRB, 

10J999 

Baron F. de Roths- 
child (LU) Unop, 

Baron F. de Rothschild 
died, 

Jan. & 1899 (11,403) :— 

Hon. L. W. Rothschild 
(LU) U'nop, 

BUCKINOHJUISHIRB, 

11.395 
W. W. Carme (C) 6266 
H. S. Loon (L) 4830-436 



1900 

18,634 
G.W.E.Loder(C)7858 
B. C. V. Went- 

worth (C) 6626 

J. Kensit (LC) 4693-1933 

Mr, Loder cuxepted office. 
April 6. 1905 (20,139) :— 
E. A. ViUiers (t) 8209 
G.W. K. Loder (C) 7392-817 



13,181 
C. E. Hobhouse (L) 4979 
R. A. Sanders (C) 3848-1131 



12,157 
Sir F.Wills, Bt.(LU) 4936 
Sir C. Smitii (L) 4182-754 



13,206 
Walter Long (C) 5470 
W. H. Davies (L) 4859-611 



Sir M. Hicks-Beach, Bt. (C) 
Unop, 



MID, or ATIiBSBURT 

11,414 
Hon. L W. Roths- 
child (LU) Unop. 



NORTH, OP BUCKINOH 

11,685 
W. W. Carlile (C) 5101 
H. G. Beaumont (L) 4684-417 



1906 

20,976 
E. A. Villiers (L) 9062 
E. A. Ridsdale (L) 8919 
Capt G. C. Tryon (C) 8188-731 
Hon. J. E. Gordon(C)8176 



14,543 
C.E. Hobhouse (L) 7935 
T. B. Johnston (LU) 3129-4806 



13,061 
A.Birrell,K.C.(L)6953 
J. A. Foote, K.C. 
(LU) 4011-2942 



14,935 
W. H. Davies (L) 
Walter Long (C) 



9423 
G. A. Gibbs (C) 
T. J. Lennard (L) 



7964 



4267 
3902-365 



11,661 

Hon. L. W. Roths- 
child (LU) 5675 

Silas K. Hocking 
(L) 4463-1212 



AM 

12,334 
F. W. Vemey(L) 6253 
Hon. T. F. Fre- 
manUe (C) 4673-1580 



\ 



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224 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 




18S5 


18^6 


1882 




BUCKINGHJlHSHIRfi, 


SO017H, OF WITCOHBB 


[7fl.245] 






11,2S0 


twm 


11,6-46 






Visct. Cwmn iC) smi 


Vif4ct. Curzon (C) 4620 


Yiflot. Curaon (C) 6030 






Hon. R. CarringLon 


A. GObey |L) 3537-1083 


A. Hope Hawkins 






iU 4239-«53 




(L) 39S8-1012 






BucKBOSE— see Yorkshire* 










BURNLEY r95,823] 










fiS3S 


12,619 






P. RyliiTiiis (LI 4866 
H, H, Wainwright 


P, RylandE (LU) 4209 
J. QrcenwDod (L) 4166-13 


J* 8. Balfour (L) 6450 






E. Lawrence (LU) 5035-1415 
Mr. Balfour resi(rn^d. 






(C) iim-m 


Mr. Rylaitd^ died. 
Feb* IB. 1887 (10,030) i— 








Feb* 6j, 1893 (12,826| := 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 
(L) 6199 








J, SlagKiL) 6021 
J. OTS-TTaursby (C) MSl-^O 
Mr. Slagg died. 
Feb. 27. 1889 (11421);- 








\V\ A- Lindsay (C) 560S-fle3 








J 


■ 






J. S. Ralfour (L) Unop. 


J 


■ 




Burton- ffec STAFFORiieinR 


E> 


H 


I 




Sir Henn' James, 






P 












Q.C. (L) 3»T6 
J. Grant Lawfton (C) 3787-189 


8214 
Sir Henry James, Q.C, (LU) 


7831 
Sir Henry Janies, 
Q.C. (LU) 4070 








Unop. 










Dr. J. Parka (L) 3341-839 






BUR7 ST. BBHOKDB 


116,3551 








S^ffi 


2292 


2515 






LordF.Hervey(C(UgZ 
J, A, HaJTacaflUe 


Lord F. Herrey (C) 1135 


Lord F. Hcrvey (C^ 13CT 






Dr. F. GocMlwln (L} 800=335 


Maj. J. E. JamcsonlL 1863-404 






(L) 956-l€6 




Lord J*\ Her-vey rtHigned. 
Aug. '^,1892 (2515):- 
ViBct. Chelfloa (C) I7»op. 














BOTBBHIRB [13,641] 










'jam 


2^3 


3195 






J. P. B. Robertson, 


J. P. B. Robertson, 








aC (C) 1374 


Q,C* (CI 1364 
N. McNem (L) S 19-545 


ac. (C) 1106 
R. E, M. Suiith (L) 1013^453 






H. A. Maclean (L) 1090-2B4 








Mr. BobeHitan appointed 
Lord Justice Oen^ral 


















iLord Bobertson), 










OoU 8, IBdl (315G) :~ 










A. Grabam Murray. 










aC. (C) 1^ 
J. McCuEoch (L) B0tX-34a 








CAITHNESS- BHIRE [25, 


741] 








4320 


432(» ' 


3839 






Dr, G. B. Clark 


r>r* G. B* Clark <L) 2034 


Dr. G. B. Clark (L| 2134 
Sir W.J. BeU (LU| t»3-1441 






<Cmft-eri 2110 
C. G. Sinclair (L) 1218-S9S 


B. Niven (LU) 584-1450 














CAMBER WELL, DULUT 


ICH [»7.3(59] 








mm 


8893 


ll/i77 






J* M. Howard, 


J. M. Howard QX.- (C) 
Afr, Howard ftiade a C^. 


Sir J. B. Maplo {€) 5318 

A. Clayden (L| 3i98-218D 






Q.c. (c^ mm 






G. CoUinti (LI 2712-1394 










Co. Judoe. 
Dec. 1, 1S87 (8972) i- 


















J. B* Maple (C| 4021 




" 1 






J. Henderson (L) ^^flOft-1412 


^m 


I 




GAMBERWELL, NORTH 


[S3.073] 


^ 


1 




mm 


8603 


11.133 ^^ 




/ n. strong (u inm i 


J. R. Kelly (C) '£11% 


K. H. Bayloy kU 4295 




K. n, my ley iLV 'mi^m \ 3 , V.. \Lii\\^- \e\ w*i-%^s» 


\ 


r 


|W.RDiiff(LU^ m ^ \ 


t 


I.1BBRAT, YBAB. BOOK, 1 


ss\i^. 


■ 


I 







I 



POLL-BOOK, 1B85-1907. 



1895 

BOGRIIIOHAMSHIBE, 

1249f7 
Visct. Curzon {C\ 



Hon. P, J. Stanhope 
(LI &tM 

W. A- Lindsay iC) 5133-321 

H. M. HyDdtDan 
(Soc) 1408 



7986 

J* Kenvon (C) 3890 

J. F. Cheetham (L^ 3215^5 



BURY BT. BDMUHDB 

2539 
Visct Chelsea (G} 

Unop. 



■nrr: 



'B6HIRB 

3261 
A, Grahcun Murray, 
ac. (C) Unop. 



1900 
BODTH, or IffYGOMBB 

i3,rm 

W, H. Grerifell ^C) 6111 
J. ThomiLs <LJ 



14,393 
W. Mitchell (Gl (J773 
Hon. P. J. Stanhopo 



CATFHIiBSS-eHIRB 

3B76 
Dr. G. B, Clark (L) 1828 
J. Cooper {LV) 628-13(lfl 



GAMB&ltWBLI.* 0ll£«W 

11 960 
Sir J. B. Maple <C) 5258 
C. a Clarke (L} 217^-3082 



GAMBERHirBLL, NORTH 

ii.ofti 



Ma)' ^- IfaJhltM^^n Mm 
K.m Baylor (U 



iU 



6173-^300 



J. Keiiyon {C\ 



$581 

4132 
G. Toulmin (L( 3283-849 

Mr. Kenyan reMg^ned. 
May 10, 1902 10786) :— 
G. Toulmin ^L^ 4213 

H- L. W, Lawson 
<LU) 3799-414 

2581 
Sir E. W» Grooiie, Bt (C) 

Vnop. 



3412 
A* Graham Murray » 

Q.C. {€) 1241 

N; Lamont (L) 1(M6-195 

Mr. &ra/uim Murray ap- 

poifUed Lord JuMice 

Qi^neral iLord, Dunedini. 
March 3, IQOo (3578|:— 
Nonnan Lamont (L| 1460 
E. T. Salve»en, K.C. 

(C) 1428-34 



4043 
R. Lp Hannsworth 

iU iim 

D. I*. Henderson {C) 1161-28 
Lh-. G. B. Clark (L) 673 
F, C. Auld il4 141 

lOH 

12,675 
Sir J. B, Maple, BU {C) 

UfWp. 
Sir X B. Maple died. 
Dec. 15, 19ri3 113,515^:— 
Dr. Rutherfoord 

Harris \V) 5819 

C. F. G. Mastemian 
iL) 4382-1137 



12.39fZ 
, Dt\ T, J. Maciia- 
3316^m nifuft tL) 
32 tJ.R. DiKgle IC) 



1906 



15,050 
T. A. Herbert (L) 6g3a 
A, H S. Cripps <C) 562^-1213 



15 983 

F. MaddiMin (L) 5288 

G. A. Arbuthnot (C)49fti-324 
H, M* Hyndman 

(Soc> 4S32 



i 



WIfiS 
G. Toidtuin iL) 
R. J. Lucai* lC> 



4^i6 
3498-1127 



2788 
Capfc. R Hervey (C) 1481 
W. R yat«« (L) 1M7-434 
Capt. HertJEj/ ttnccte^ed fo 

peerage (Marquess of 

BrUtolK 
Aug.24. 1»>7(27401:- 
Hon. W. Guinness 

Wei 1631 

. a Yabti>6 (L> 741-890 

3816 
Norrnan Lamont (L) 1637 
G. Spoir (C) 1517-120 



4091 
R. L* Harmiiworth 

(L) 
Sir K. Fraaer, Bt. 

(CI 



15,288 
Dr. Ruthorfoord 

Harris {( ) 06^ 

D. WiUiamson (L) ^82-357 
Dr. Harris remaned. 
May 15, 1906 (15,286) :— 
A. Bouar Law {€) «799 
D. Williamson {L) 543(M2T9 



ik^&\ 






3485-^3a& \ C • ^^lioJM^ VS^^ 




X.1BERAL YEAR mOOKL, IW^- 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



OAHBl£HW^KiI#, P£€KH AM \m,U^} 

irTia 9713 

A. A. Btttiniann iO SIViS A. A. B^iumann (C) MSft 

W, WillLs g.C. iU W3&A33 . W: Willii^, Q,C. (L) 2688-751 
E. D, RogerH ^L) 580 

Cam BOUNCE— se<; Cornwall, 
GAMBRIDGB [17,7^] 

R. U. R Fits'^crald 

(C> satfi 

W, Fowler (L) "273SHII7 

GAHBRIUGBi UNIITERS 

A, J. BereHford-Hope <C) 
H. 0. Raikea (C) 



OAMBRIDOBSHIRB, BA 

s\m 

George XtnvnoK (L) 3931 
B, HJckH (C) 2060-971 



CAMBRIDGBSHIRB, HO 

J»»32 
J. Rigby. Q,0. (L) 3919 
CapL C. \V. Solwyn 
(C> 3506-223 



CAMBRIDQBSRIRB, W 

C. Hfill. Q.C, \c\ inf\ 
N. Goodman <LJ 41G1-S5 

Camlachie— see Glasgow. 

CAHrTBRBURT [21,^260] 
3107 
J. Hcunikor Heaton 

(C) im 

Dr.W.H.S.Aiibrf3y 
(L» 835-079 

CARDIFF DIBTRICI* [167, 

8ir m. J. Reed (L) 5560 
H. Hiirbon (C^ 542&-yo 

Sir K J. Meed accepted 

ojffice. 
Feb. 27p iSSe (12,605) r- 
Sir KX Heed (Lf 5708 
J. T. njJIwj^i'Llew' 
eirn m ISJ5-a63 




R. U. R Fibsgemld 

(C) 2937 

Cyril Dodd (L) 247^458 

VTY 

6482 
A. J, BGrosford-Hopo (C) 
H. C. Ralkes <U) 

Mr, BereJi ford' Hope dietf. 
Nov, 17, im \G3m} :— 
Prof. G. G. Biokm (C) 

Unop. 

ST, OF RBlffUARKBT [18, 

George Newiies (14 M35 
Marqiiesj^ of Car- 
marthen (C) 31(»5^^Q0 
W. H. Hall (LIT) 298 



RTH, or WI6EBGH [51,232 

IJ53'2 
Capt. C. W. Schvyn 

<C) 4103 

J. Rigby, Q.C. (L) 3U82-10S7 
Capt, Sdwyn resigned, 
Jufr 23. 1801 (11,725) :- 
Hon, A. G. Bmnd (L) 3079 
S. W. Duncan {C} 371^280 



BST, OF GMBBTBRTON 

10.4f>a 
C. Hall, Q.C, ^C) i%m 
C. Smith <L) 3273-076 



S107 
J. Henniker Heaton (CI 

l/nop. 



1892 

10,861 
F. Q. Banbury (C) 
K. Jonos (L> 
B. Ellis (I^b) 



3W7 
3364-183 
93 



7362 
R. U. R Fitzgerald 

R. C. Lehnaanii iU 3044-2{ 



Prof. R, C, Jebb (C) 
Sir John Qorfit, Q.C, (C) 
Urn 



Mr, Raikes died, 

Oct. 9, 1891 (6582) :— , 

Prof. R. C. Jebb {Q) Un&p. I 



592J 

12,fj(*5 
Sir E. J. Reed (LI 
Hon. H, R. Brand 
(LU) 



5307 
49155-342 



George Newnos (L) 4361 
H. A. GOTard, Q.C. 
(C) 31®-123 



11J75 
Hon. A. Q. Hmnd (L) I3U 
S. W, Dunraii {V\ 4189-128 
Mr. Brand a^epUd oMcc 
April 3, 189* ao.514^ :— 
Hon, A. G, Brand iUmS 
CoL S. G, Stopford- 
Sackville (C) 4237-198 



[43,317] 

Id gg0 

H. £. Hoaro {l> 43dit 
SlrC,HalUQ.d (C) 



3T21 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 

Unifp* 



Sir EL J. Reed (L) 7228 
J. Gunn (LU) fl54M» 



LIBBRAX* ^^AK ^00\^, 



\TO%. 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



227 



1895 

OAMBHRWBIiIi, PBOKH 

11,388 
F.G. Banbury (C) 4495 
C. Clements (L) 3472-1023 



1900 

AM 

11,835 
F. G. Banbury (C) 4453 
Capt. F. Hemphill 
(L) 3061-] 



CAMBRIDGE 

7796 
R. U. P. Fitzgerald 

(G) 3574 

A. J. David (L) 2920-«54 

CAMBRIDGE UNHTERS 

6725 
Prof. R. C. Jebb (C) 
Sir John Gorst, Q.C. (C) 

Vnop, 



8186 
Sir R. U. P.Fitzgerald (C) 
C/nop. 



ITY 

SirR. C. Jebb(C) 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE, EA 

9738 
Mad. H. L. B. 

McCalmont (C) 4210 
Sir G. Newnes, Bt. 

(L) 3867-343 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE, NO 

.10j495 
C. T. Giles (b) 4368 

Hon. A. G. Brand 
(L) 414^223 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE, V 

10,651 
W. R. Greene (C) 4432 
H. E. Hoare (L) 4012-420 



CANTERBURY 

3754 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 

tlnop. 



CARDIFF DISTRICT 

19 358 
J. M. Maclean (C) 8386 
SirE. J Reed(L) 7562-824 



Sir John Gorst, Q.C. (C) 
Ui 



'nop. 



ST, OP NEWMARKET 

9477 
Col. H. L. B. McCal- 
mont (C) 4295 
C. D. Rose (L) 3218-1077 
Col, McCaZm&nt died. 
Jan. 2, 1903 (9650):— 
C. D. Rose (L) 4414 
H. L. Brassey (C 3907-507 

RTH, OP WISBECH 

10,232 
Hon. A. G. Brand (L) 4007 
C. T. Giles (C) 3846-161 



EST, OP CHESTERTON 

10^554 
Capt. W. R. Greene 

(C) 4190 

H. E. Hoare (L) 3961-229 



3955 
J. Henniker Heaton (C) 



22,361 
Sir E. J. Reed (L) 
J. Lawrence (C) 



'nop. 



8541-801 



1906 



12,401 
C. Goddard Clarke 



3irF. ( 



5903 
Sir P, G. Banbury, 
Bt. (C) 3564-2339 



8850 
S. O. Buckmcister, 

K.C. (L) 
A. H. Paget (C) 



6972 
S.H. Butcher (LU) 3050 
J. F. Rawlinson, 

K.C. (C) 2976 

Sir John Gorst, 

K.C. (C) 1653-1323 



9934 
C. D. Rose (L) 
G. H. Verrall (C) 



11,033 
A. C. T. Beck (L) 
T. C. Garflt (C) 



4666 



5125 
4060-1045 



10.386 
E. S. Montagu (L) 
Mai. W. R. Greene 
(C) 



4316-^13 



J. Henniker Heaton 

(C) 2210 

W. J. Fisher (L) 1282-948 



27,057 
Hon. Ivor Guest 



(L) 
Sir J. F. Flannery, 
Bt. (LU) 



12,434 

* 9,429-3005 



\ 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



i 



1885 

OARDIOANfiHlBB [e(9/2IO} 
12 306 
D. Dftvica (L) 59ft7 

M, Vaiighan Dttv- 
ios iC) 3^1-3323 

cARiiieLfl] m,im 

6736 
R. Fergii-ion (L) 

l/nop. 



CMMhOW COUNTY 136 

6801 
E. D. Giuy (N) 4801 
Sir T, P. Butlor, 

Bt. (C^ 751-1050 

Mr. Qray ele4±ed *o »itfor 

DuUin, St, Stcphen'H 

Oreen, 
Jan. 29, 1886 (6881) :- 
J, A. Blake [N] 

Unop, 



CMMmKBTUJLn DISTRI 

5S9U 
Sir J. J. JerUclnn 

ID 28M 

J.S.Tpegoning(C 1281-l6oa 



1886 
i2,3rKa 

W.B.Rowl4uidH.Q.C. 
D.Davie8<L.U) 42iS-» 



5T26 
W. C. Gully, aa(L) 2448 
F. C. Bentindc (C| 2155-293 



CARMJLBVHSNBHIRB, 

D. PtiKh iU 4487 

Sir M: Lloyd, Bt. 



(C^ 



2122-2360 



C AHM ARTHS H EH I R E , 

mm 

. H. Powell 



W. R. 

Vi»*ct Eiiilyn (C) 



4568 
2912-1626 



CARNARYOH PISTRIGT 

4476 
T. Li. Joiie»-Piu-iT iU 192a 
K. Swetenbam, Q.C. 
(C) 186M5 



CARMARVON&HIRR, 

0136 
W-R&thhoneiU 4S62 
Oal m PIaU iC) 



6891 
J. A. Blako im 

Unop. 
Mr, Blake died, 
Aug. 24, 1887 (76431 1- 
O'Gorman Kahon <N) 

Unop, 
The 0*Q. Mahon died. 
July 7, 1891 (7016» :- 
J. Han I niond ( N | 3765 
A. Eottlc iVy 1539-22ie 

CT [35,871)] 



Sir A. C. Stepney^ 

Bt,(LJ 
Sir J* J. Jenkins 

(LU) 



2120 



SiABT [^.4^J 

D. PEgh (L) 
Mr. Piigk died. 



Aug. g, 1890 19308) :- 
el ' 



Unop. 
Unop. 



Abel Tliomas (L> 
WBST [15,0111 



W.R.H,PowolllL)4181 
Sir ,L C* Lawrence, 

Bt. ILU) ltU6-2a65 

JIM Powell died. 
July 17. 188S {m\ii :— 
J. Lloyd IV1 organ 

(Li 4252 

H. W. DruEiimond 

(C) 253S-171» 

[32,508] 

4476 
E. Swetenham. Q.C. 

(C^ 1830 

T. L. Jonea- Parry jL} 1684-136 
JIfn SwetenJiam di^d. 
April 10, 1890 (43fl«) i— 
D. Lloyd-GwTge tL^ I9B3 
Elliii Xanney (C) 1945-18 

ORTH, or ARFON [50.455] 
9136 
W. Rftthbon© <L) 4OT2 

Col. H. piau (C) 2a«y-vm 



1882 

13,155 
W, B. Rowlands, 

ac. (LI 
W. Jonefl(LU) 



S233 
^70-198 



6195 
W. C. Gully. dC. (L) 2729 
S. R Foster (C> 2688-143 



6874 
J. Hammond (N^ 
R. M. McMahon 
(LU) 



3738 
813-2Q25 



MaJ. E. R. Jones 
(Lj 2412 

Sir J. J. JenkliiH 
(LU) 21S7-226 

9136 
Abel Thomas, ac. 

{L) 4439 

C^apt T, Daviea 

(LU) 1223-^16 



J. Lloyd Morgan (L) 



Unop, 



4723 
a Lloyd^Oeorge (L^ 216« 
SirJ. H. PuleHtOD 

(C) iBfi fr-iaa 



93S4 
W. Rathbouo (L) 




Uw>p. 




A 



UBBBAX YK&H BOOX, !.«»• 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907, 



229 



I 

i 

I 



1895 

OARDTGANSMIBe 

HMI94 
M. Vaiighan Da- 
view JL) 4927 
J. C. Harford (C^ 3748^1179 

CARLISLE 

fi79S 

S. P. FmtGT {C\ 28S3-m4 



GARLOW COUNTY 

eifis 

J. Hammond ^N) 3091 

a Diicket.t{(^) 685-24WJ 



CARMARTHEN DtSTRt 

5370 
Bit J. J, Jcnklnij 

<LU^ 2443 

Moj. E. R. Jones (L)23ai-i® 



CARMARTHBNSHIRH, 

9217 
Abol Thomas, Q.C. 

(L) un 

Capt. E. Richard- 
won {0\ 240&-3005 

GARM ARTHE NSHIRB, 

im; 

J. Lloyd Morgan 
(LI 4143 

W. X Buckley 
fLU) 310a-10#0 



CARNARVON DISTRICT 

4881 
D. Lloyd-George (L) 2265 
Ellis Nanney (C) 3071-191 



1900 

131.299 
M. Vanghan Davles 

(L> irm 

J, C. Harford {V} 37S7-781 



7218 
W. C. Gully. Q.C. {L> 

Unop. 
Mr. Giillvraiftedtopeertige 

a» t^ora SelbU' 
July 14, 1HI« (7344) :— 
F, W. Chance (L) 30ie 
L. Sauderaoti, K,C. 
[Q 2586-1030 

&13Z 
J. Hammond (Si 

Unop. 



CARNARTONSHIRR, N 

8821 
W. JoneB (L) 4488 

Prot A. Hughes 
(C) 2800-1828 



CT 

5557 
A. Daviea <LJ 2837 

Sir J. J. Jenkins (LU> 2047-790 



EAST 

9967 
Abel Thomas. Q.C. 

(L^ 4337 

Capt E, Richai-d- 

Hon (C) 2155-2182 

VHEBT 

9838 
J* Lloyd Morgan (L^ 



Unop. 



D. Lloyd-GeorKB (L) 2412 
CoL H. Piatt (C^ 2116-296 



ORTHt or AJRFQN 

W. Jones (L) 



1906 



LT215 
M. Vaughan Dav- 

ies (LI 
C M. Richardson 

(LU) 

751S 
R W. Chance (L) 



5831 
J. Hammond (N) 



5829 
29(30-2868 



Uno^ 



Umtp. 



W L. Williama (L) 3902 
Hon. V. Ponwonby 
ILU) Id06-20G4 



Abel Thornaa, K,C. (L) 

Unop. 



mm 

.1* Lloyd Morgan (L| 



Unop. 



D* Lloyd -Goorge (L) 

R. A, Naylor (LU) 1997-1224 



Uiwp, 






994S 



X.IBERAL YRAR BOOKi* \^S- 




280 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

GARNARVONSHIItB. E 

WTiH 
J-Bryii RotwrU^ iU 4535 
milH Nauiiey (C) 207^1962 



CAVAN COUHTT, BAST 

T. O'Hanloii iNl 

OAVAN COtrMfY. WHS 

J. G, BiffRar {N) ftl2a 



1886 

OUITH, OP BIPION |13,92S] 

8»78 
J. Bryn Roberta |LV1244 
Q. FiirroiMLU) 1207-3)77 



5? [50,509] 

10,109 
X G* Big^gar (N> 
Mr, Biqgar dieti, Unop, 
M&rch 26. 1890 (11,106) :-- 
B. F. Ymey Knox <N) 



GMA'FHAM 178,755] 

Sir John Gorst, Q.C. 

(C> 339ft 

Hon. R ColUer (L) 3610=^786 

CUhZLfABFORU^ftte EsSEX. 

OH&LSBA L0a,08Sl 
11,101 
Sir C. W. Dllke. Bt. 

^L» 4291 

C, A. WMtmoro 
{0} 4116-175 

CHBI/TBNHAH [52,^8] 
&161 
X T» Agg- Gardner 

(C) 3504 

IL C, Lehmann (L) 270U-801 

Cjiertsey— «ec Sukrev. 
CHBSMIHK, AtiTRIMCH 

10,497 
J, Brookft (CI 1708 

L S. Leadam (L) 4ftl6-7S2 
Mr* Brooks died. 
March 36, 1888 00407] :— 
Sir W, C. Brcxiks, 

Bt. (C^ *508 

I. a Leadam (L) 392^3^583 



OHBSKIRB, ORBWB [71,518] 
10,815 
G. \V. T^^tham jL) 5089 
O. L, St-ophent* iC) 12S1-808 



fl6,1M2] 

8920 
T. O'Hanlon |N> 



Unap, 



Sir John Gorfit, Q.C. 

iCi 3187 

Gen. Sir A. Clarke, 

{h} 2123-766 



11,101 
C- A. WMtmoro (C) 430* 
SirC. W. DUke. Bt. 
(L^ 4128-178 



B4M 
J. T. A^'Oardner 

iO 3323 

R. H, W, Diggrs (h) 22ai>-1063 



: [78,811] 



Sir W. C, 
(C) 



10,497 
Brooks, Bt. 



Unop, 



CHBSHmB, BDDISBUR 

10,198 
H. J. Tollemache 

{( ) 4'285 

li. Irwell {L) 4161-121 



10,815 
W. 9. B. McLaroQ 

(L) 4deO 

F, RTwemlow (CH4)iiS-645 



Y [54.296] 

lo.isa 

H. J. ToUcmachis 
J. Toinkiiison (L) 



CH£SSHIB£, HY0B [fSO.flSO] 

9328 

J* W, aidehothaiii 

T. a Aahbon (L) 



T. G. A.'ihtoii ^U 
W. J. Legh i€j 



J540 
3990-55*? 



4.3n7 
3B78-679 



3885^43 



1882 

9630 

J. Brrn Hoberta (L) 4567 

W. Huniphroys (C| 19T3-25B11 



0300 
8. Young (N) 0034 

H. B. Clemont^ (C> 1300-4064 



msae 
'EL F. Veaoy Knox 

(N) 6438 

MoJ. Evorard (C) 19dO-t50e 



Col h. V. l^vd (C) 3Tn 
Gen. Sir A. Clarke, 

<U aioo-3n 



12,585 
C. A. Whitmore iC) 4983 
B. F, C. CostoUoe 
(L) 4427-SOO 



8642 
J, T. AgK-Gardner 

[V) 
F. Debenhanrj (L> 



3S11 

2610-631 



11,018 
C. R DiBr&eli {C) 
I. B. Lemdam (L^ 



11.412 
W* S. B. McLaren 

(14 
H. W. C'hatt^rton 

{€) 

10,232 
H. J. Tollenmcho 

J. Totiiki»irton <L) 



J, W. Sldebothiun 
T, G. MhUin iU 



4258-798 



5558 
3901^1508 



4578 
4OI3.,530 



4826 
4230-306 



\ 



I.IBBKAL YEAR BOOK, 



\9^. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907* 



231 



1895 

882Q 
J, Bryn Roberts (L) 

Unop. 



CAVAN COUNTY, KAST 

9370 
S. Young {N) 

Unop, 

UMllXn COOH^Y. w. 

KRVefleyKnox^NJ Unop, 
Mr. Knojc elected to mt 
for Londonderry City. 
Aug. 22, imo (l(i,4^) :— 
J. R FarrcH (M 

CHAl'HAH 

1^1199 
H. I). T>a\des (C» 4082 
R. H. Cox ^L) 3499-583 



CHBIiSBA 

13,iOS 
C. A. Wlutmore 

(C^ 5524 

O. Beatty ^L^ 3604-1920 



GHEIiTBNHAM 

7169 
Col. F. S. Ruaeell 

(C) 34^JiJ 

W. T. Blaydes (LI 2^0-468 
A. W. Hillen (Lab) 23 

GHBSHlilE, ALTRINCH 

11.547 
C. H. Dittmeli (C) 5264 
A. M, Latham (L) 3SB9-1375 



1900 

OUTH, or EIFIQN 

911t> 
J. Bryn Roberts {h) 



CHBSHIBB, Cit&Wll 

12,(11^ 
Hon, E. A. Ward 

(Cj 5413 

W, B. B. McLaren 

(L) 488^-660 



GHSSSHIRl], EDDlSBOlt V 

10,2112 
H- J. Tolleniache 

(C) 5176 

K. Bate (L) 3371-1805 



3. Young <N) 



9944 
T. McGovern (NJ 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Mr. McCTOvem died. 
Juno ID, 1«03 (9319 :— 
V. P. Keunedy (N) Unop. 



10.730 
Sir H. D. Daviefi ^C) 



12,738 
C. A. Whitiiiore 

J. JefRrey (L) 



Unop. 



4fi37 
330(M331 



7584 
. T. Agg-Gardner (C) 



13,061 
C. R. Digracli (C) 
E. F. Alford (L) 



13,447 
J. Tomkinson (L 
J- E. Reies {0] 



Unop. 



5685 
a7T--l50B 



6130 
4921-1199 



OHBSHIRES, HYDS 

J. W. Sldobotham 

(C) 4736 

Q. W. Rhodea (L| 3H44-891 
O. 3, Chridtiu (Lab) 446 



lfl,o84 
H. J. Tollcmach© (C| 



Unop. 



10.485 
E. Chapmaa (CI 4774 
J, F. L. Bruiiner ^L) 4195-579 



1906 

9373 
J. Bryn Roberta (L) Unotf. 
Mr. Nobfrltf inadt Coutdy 

Co. Juffne* 
Juno 5, 1906 (9:^73) :— 
Kills W. Davios |L) Unop. 

8946 
S. Young (N) 



mil 

V. P, Kennedy <N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



13,432 
J. H.Jen kins ^LRGI 6692 
Mm. J, E, JameBon 



11.536 
K. J. Horniman (L^ 4660 
C. A. Whltmore (C) 4031-629 



8114 
J. E. Sears (L) 3910 

J. T- Agg'Gardncr 
(C) 3509-401 



I6.4i« 
W, J, Crossley (L^ 9321 
C, R. Dlmveli (C> 5672-2&A9 



15,051 
J, Tomklnwon (L) 7805 
J. H. Wcliiford (C) 5^^-2506 



10,968 
Hon, A. L. Stanley 

(L) 5315 

CoL E. T. D. Cotton- 

Jodroll iC) 4iW2-1123 

11,314 
C. 11. Schwann (L) «>«5 
K, Chttuniau (C) 4452-1063 



I.IBKRA'L YISAR BOOK., Y^SWft. 



232 



THE MOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 I 

dHBBHIItlS. KHUTSFOR W [60»J03J 



n 



Hon. A. dc Tatton 
Egertou \C) 4663 

J, Einmott Biirlow 
(L) 3ilft-1244 

OKESHIftE, MACOLfiSF 

nil 

\V. C. BrocklDhui-)?t 

W. C. BraokH (C) "ZSie-Wo 



mu 

Hon. A. do Tatton 
Egtjrton (CJ 



Unop. 



OMBSHIRB, HORTHWIO 

ia,577 

J. T* Brtmner (L) 5023 
W, H. Verdin (C) 3996^1028 



ILU) 

GMESSMIRS. WlBCRJIEi [1 0C»p8l5] 
tJ772 
Capt. E. T. D. 

Cotton {C) 4756 

J. Tomkineon (L) 3361-1195 



CHESf&R (16,207] 
6296 
Dr. Walter Foster 

<LJ 2740 

R, A. Yorbnrgh (CJ 2440-300 

0he9TEKPIKW>— flee DERBr8 
Chester- LE-STBEBT-^ec Du 
Chesterton— sec Cambrido 
CiucnESTER— sec Suesicx. 
Chippenham— «ee WrLTsniBjjc. 
Chorley— see Lancashirb. 



ISLD [j1^6»01 

7211 
\\\ Bi-oralei'-lJaven- 

porl {€) 32S3 

M . C. Brocklehuryt 
ih) 2756-527 



H [e9,lfl2] 

10,577 
IL Vcrdin (LIT) 
J. T, Bmoner (L) 
Mr. Verdin died. 
Aiig, 13, 1887 (10.86 
.T. T. Dmnner (L) 
Lonl H. QroHvenor 



4416 
395&-458 



5112 
3883-1129 



OHRISTCHUROH [67,9S4J 
4626 
C, E. B. Young (CJ 2184 
H. Davey. Q.C. (L) 3006-178 



Cirencester— *ee Gloucest 
OLACKMJmNANBHIRR 



X B. Balfour, aC. (LJ 



nop. 



Hon. jl, H, Bourke 
<^> 36dQ-32Q 



S772 



Capt. E. T. D. Cotton (CI 



^nop. 



6296 
R. A. Yerburgh (C) 25-19 
I*r. Walter Foeter (L) 24S3-B6 



HIRE. 

rhaai County. 

ESHIRE. 



4636 
C. E. B. Young (C> 
A» C. Morton ffi) 



2072 
IS3a-2^ 




and KINROaSSHIBR 143. 

6930 
J. B. Balfour, Q,C. 

iU 3159 

C. C. Bothune (LU) 1844-1316 



tHa4 
J. f?. Gilliatt (C) 3B16 
J, Fletcher M,oiilioi\, 
Q.C. IL| 3aw-4sa 



1892 

mis 

Hon. A. de Tatton 

Egerton (C) 47M 

A. M. Latham <L) 2792-1962 



W, Braniloy-DaTen- 

port ^C^ 
J. C. McC^ian (L) 



11,750 
J. T. Bmiinur {L} 
G. WTiibcjlcy (C) 



11,610 
Col. E. T, D. Cotton- 

JodreU (CI 5509 

B. a de Li^lo (L) 3051-3548 



6747 
E, A. Yeiljiirgh (C) 3148 
BaroD Halkett (L) 2328-630 



6291 
Abel H. Smith {V} 
B. Fletcher (LJ 



3e00-lffl3 



315] 

7535 
J. B. Balfour, Q.C* 

^L) 3541 

Dr. J. E.T,Aitchi^ 
son (LU| laW-WM 



12424 
P. M. Thornton (CJ 5170 



JLIBERAL TBARp BOOK, 



\m&. 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1907. 



1895 

GHBBHIRBJKMUTSFOR 

9705 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
Kgerton (C) 

Unop. 



9&SI 

W. Bromley-Daven- 
port (G) Unop, 



CHB8HIRB, NORTHWIC 

11,788 
Sir J. T. Brunner, 

Bt. <L> 5706 

T. Ward (C) 4068-1688 



WIRRJUi 

121512 
CoL B. T. D. Cotton- 
Jodrell (C) Unop, 



0HB8TBR 

mm 

R. A. Yerburgh (C) 



Unop, 



CHRI8TCHURGH 

7477 
Abel H. Smith (C) 3196 
Hon. T. A. Brassey 
CL) 3114-^ 



OIiAOKMANNANBHIRB 

7561 
J. B. Balfonr, Q.C. 

(L) 3133 

G.Y< 



Diuflrer (C) 
Mr, Baffour appointed 
Lord Justice Oenerai, 
Deo. 20, 1880 (7600):- 
- eneWa8on(L)^»0 



G. Tonnger (C) 2073^6 

OliAPHJUi 

13,872 
P. M. Thornton (C) «25 
J.Kjempetar L) Sloi'2021 j 



1900 

D 

10,119 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
£gerton (C) 



8540 

W. Bromley-Daven- 
port (C) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



12,067 
Sir J. T. Brunner, 

Bt (L) 6377 

C. L. Samson <C) 4678-400 



14,800 
J.Honlt(C) 
W. H. Lever (L) 



6064 
6070-1005 



7267 
R. A. Yerburgh (C) 3303 
T. H. W. Idris (L) 2674-720 



8116 
Maj. K. R. Balfour 

(C) 3411 

Hon. T. A. Brassey (L) 3408-3 



and KINR088-8HIRB 

7600 
Eugene Wason (L) 
Q. Younger (C) 



16,572 
P.M. Thornton (CnsWt 
F, D. Perrott (L) SO&irilSli) 



1906 



11,141 



A. J. King Oj] 
Hon. A. de Tatton 
Egerton (C) 



6206 
460&-700 



8636 
W. B. Brocklehurst 

(L) 4251 

W. Bromley-Daven- 
port (C) 



3757-404 



12,527 
Sir J. T. Brunner, 

Bt (L) 6343 

CoL B. North (LU) 4551-1702 



10,388 
W. H. Lever (L) 
J.Hoult(C) 



7132-1701 I 



7018 
Alfred M. Mond (L) 3524 
R. A. Yerburgh (C) 3477-47 



0530 
A. A. AUen (L) 4634 
Mai. K. R. Balfour 
(C) 4067-667 



7010 
Eugene Wason (L) 4027 
J. A. Clyde, K.C. 
(LU) 2648-1370 



10,180 



if^^ 



^»5«(k 



UBSRAJL YSAR BOOK, Ifi^. 



284 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

CLARK GO«« BA61? (53,585] 
10,12& 
J. R. Cox (N1 62-^ 

Hon.L,W,0'Brlon 
(C) 



OKtARB CO., WBBT tdTJiOj 
8813 
J. Jordan m 6763 

E. W. C. Reeves 

Clevkland— see Yobkbhirs 

CLITHKBOE^-aeC LANCASHIRE 
CoCKEKMOUTH^see CtTMBEK 

GOLCHS3BTER [38,373] 
4241 
H. J. Trotter \Q\ 2044 
R, K. CaufilorML) 1678-166 



CoixEOB Gbkbn— see Ddbli 
CoLNE Vallky— see Yobkbh 

CORK CITT [100,022] 

C. S. P&raoll (N) e71« 
M. Healy (X) 6536 

J. Pike (C) l464-507a 

Capt. J, H» Bain- 
brld^ IC} 1401 



CORK, RAfiT [45,373] 



W. J. Lane (X| 
H. V. Stuart (I) 



4314 
266-4013 



COR»t, MID [43,863] 
7409 
Dr. C. K, Tanner 

(N^ 6083 

A, 1^1 



atbon (C) 



10&-4927 



C30RK, MORTH [43,333] 
7Ba7 
X C, Flyiin (N) 4982 
T. WalHh (L> 102-4880 

gorb:, rorth east ul 

Ri7a 
E. Leamy (X) 

Unop. 



1866 

10,128 
J.R.Co3:{X) 



9813 
J. Joi'dau (N> 



Unop. 



Utwp. 



4241 
H. X Trotter (Q 1996 
R. K, CauBton (L) 1701-296 
Mr. Trotter died. 
Dec. 18, 18SS <4417) :— 
Lord Brooke (€) 2126 
ak W, B. Gurdon (L) 1687^39 



N- 

IRE. 



C. S. Pamell |N) 
M. Hcaly (X) 



Unop. 



Mr. I^amell died. 
Nov. 6, 1801 (10,276^ :— 
M. Flavin (N) 3668 

J. E. Redmond (P> 2157-1512 
Capt Sarsflcld <C^ 1161 



6934 
W. J. Lane (N) 



Unop. 



7409 
Dr, a K. Tanner (N| 



Unop. 



J. C. Flynn (N> 



Unop. 




653] 

8175 
£. Leamy (N^ 

Mr. Leatny reidfmed. 
May 16, isi^ (8812) :— 
W. O'Brien iky 



Unop, 



Unop. 



18S2 

lum 

W. Redmond (P) 

J- H, Cox m 



27fi*414 



11,077 
J. R. Maimlre {P) 3878 
Dr. B. O'Connor 
(N^ 2871-1007 



oflOO 

Gapt* Naylor-Ley- 
laiid {C\ 3173 

Weetman Pearson 
(L) 2112-61 

Capi. Nayldr-Leyland re- 
mgned. 

Feb. 19, 1895 (5257) :— 

Sir Weelinan Pear- 
son, BU [D 2559 

Capt. J. M. Voreker 
iC) 2296-263 



10,276 
W. O'Brien (X) 
- ,x'f 



5273 
4750 

3186-1573 
3077 



M, Hcaly 

W, Redmond ^P| 

D. Hoi^can (P) 

Mr. O'Brien resi\ 

June 27, 189i5 |13,; 

J. F. X. O'Brien (N) 4309 

A. Roche IP) 4m-177 



^i dVM 



Capt. A. J. C. Ikinelan (N) 
Unop. 



Dr. C. K. Ttximer (N) 



0006 

J. C. Flyun (N> 



Unop. 



Unop. 



8781 
W. O^Brien m Unt^. 

Mr. O'Brien elected to Mil 

for Cork Vity. 
Feb. 8, 18fl8 (87»CH :— 
Micliael Davltt (N> Unop. 
Mt. DamttTtislmwd, 



V 



J^IBEHAX YKAB. ©OOK, 1^^* 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



236 



1805 


1900 


1906 




CIdUUB CO., BAST 




, 




10.780 
W.Redmoni(P) 3315 
P. A. McHngh (N) 3258-57 


12,028 
W. Redmond <N) 


R5fV( 
W. Redmond (N) 




Unop, 




Unop, 


CULRB CO., WB8T 

10,488) 








10,683 


8B69 




Maj. J. B. Jameeon 

(N) 3376 
J. R. Mafirnire (P) 2973-403 


Maj. J. E. Jameson (N) 


J. Halpin (N) 


Unop, 








GOIiOHBBTBR 








5257 


5663 


6426 




Sip Weetman Pear- 


Sir Weetman Pear- 






son, Bt. (L) 2475 
E. S. Norris (C) 2270-205 


son, Bt.(L) 2548 
Col. T. J. Holland 


son, Bt. (L) 


3122 


L. W. Bvans (C) 


2812-310 




(C) 2274-274 






GORKGITT 








13,362 


13.153 


13.285 




J. F.X. O'Brien (N) 5327 


W. O'Brien jN) 5812 


W. O'Brien (N) 




M. Healy (N) 5169 


J. F.X.OBrifin(N)5513 


A. Roche (N) 




A. Roche (P) 4994-175 


J. aBRkelNj 2235-3278 
M. Healy (KT) 1985 




Unop. 








Mr. H\0'Brk^ resigned. 








Au^Ht 19, iy04 113,103):— 








W. UBrlen IN) Unop, 
Mr. J. IT. X. O'Brien died. 














JuiieHaS05a3,935):- 








A. Hocho IN) Unop, 






CORK, BAST 








6756 


6990 


6272 




Capt. A. J. C. Donelan (N) 
Unop, 


Capt. A. J. C. Donelan (N) 
Unop, 


Capt. A. J. C. Donelan (N) 
Unop, 


CORK, MID 








9055 


7822 


em 




Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) 


Dr. C. K. Tanner (N) Unop, 


D. D. Sheehan (N) 


Unop, 


Unop, 


Dr, Tanner died. 


Mr. Sheehan resigned. 




May 17. 1901 (7420) :- 

D. D. Sheehan (N) Unop, 


Dec. 31, 1906 (6894):- 
D. D. Sheehan (N) 


- 




Unop, 


CORK, NORTH 








9270 


7463 


6068 




J. C. Flynn N) 


J. C. Flynn (N) 


J. C. Flynn (N) 




Unop, 


Unop, 




Unop, 


CORK, NORTH-EAST 








8356 


7303 


6497 




W. Abraham (N) 


W. Abraham (N) 


W. Abraham (N) 




Unop, 

i 


Unop, 


\ 


Unop, 



\ 



UBBRAI, YBAI^ BOOIL, \S«&. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



laas 

CORK, SOU^FH 141,793] 

Dn J.E. Kenny (N) 4823 Dr, J. 

F. Mct\ t'oimor 
tm 195-4628 

CORK, SO0f H-BA8T U2,|on7] 
81107 
J. Hooper (Nj 46S0 
Sir A. R. Warren, 
Bt. (O OSl-3959 



CORK, mrSSST [13,n^7] 

mm 

J. Otihoolv (N) 39-30 
J. W. Payne (C^ ^S-3547 
CORH WAIiLt MID, or ST. 

mm 

W. a Borlaso (L) 4461 

J. H. Johnatone (CJ 218»-22ai 



GORNWmiiL, NORTH -R 

C.T,D.Aoland(U4eflO 

T. N. Lawraiicc {€'} 2387-2103 



OOBHWALIi, NORTH W 

7139 
C. A. V. Conybearo 

(JJ 2936 

A P. Ytymn (C) 2377-^9 



GORKWAXiIi, aOUTH-Ek 

9158 
L.H.aoiirUiey(L)42&4 
Hon, C. E. Edg- 
cumbe (C) 3101-1153 



COBMWJLLIi, TRURO 149, 
8825 
W. Bickford Sraltli 
_JL> 3S16 

W. M. St. Aubyn (C) 298,1-933 

CORNWALL, WRST, or 

7606 
Sir J. SL Aubyn^ 

Bt. (L^ 3313 

C. C. Robs (C) 2376-737 



1S86 

7299 
E. Kenny (N> 



80O7 



Unop. 



J. Hooper (N) Unop. 

Mr. Hooper resigned. 

June 3, im mjm -.— 

J. Mori-ogh (N) 



6136 
. Gilhooly (N) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



AUSTHLL^975] 

W. C, Borlase {h) Unop. 
Mr. BorlasE resigned. 
May 18, 1387 188831 :— 
W. A McArthur (L| 3»t0 
E. a Willyanw(LUI ^^)-211 

AST» OP LAONCSSTON 

C. T. D. Acland (L) 

Unop, 



1892 



E. Barry (N) 



8738 



Unop. 



10.602 

J.W.P.8iieares(C) 692-3417 
Mr, Morroffh remffmd, 
June 28, ISa^ (10,513) :— 
A. C^jauiiins (K> Unop* 



ami 

J. Gilhooly (N> 
a Payne (C) 

9005 
W. A- McAin hur 

fL» 
J. W&^tlakc. Q.C. 

(LU) 

[45,36«i 

S178 
T. Owen (L> 
Sir L. Molc« worth, 
Bt, <LU> 



3la5 
329-2326 



&8T, or CJIMBORlfS! Ih2,%m 
7139 



C, A. T. Conybearo 

(L) 3156 

J. D. Gay {LV\ 1969-11S7 



AST, OF BODHTM [54,798] 
91SS 



L.H.CmirtneyMLU)37fl3 
J. Abraham (L) 



2161-1662 



576] 

8825 
W. Bickford-SmJth 

|LU^ 3522 

T. Lon^h ID 1516-1976 



ST. ITBS [51,379] 

7606 
SirJ.St.Aubyn,BL 

(TAJ) 3395 

a. Barrow (L) 888-2507 

Sir J, St. Aubtm raised to 

peerage iLora. St, Levan). 
July©, 1887 47637>:- 
T. B. BolitUo {U5\ l/tujp. 



7611 
C. A. V.Conybeiip© 

(L) 3073 

A. atrauffl (LU> 263o-( 



H H. Courtney (LU) 3800 
J. McDongall (L) 3578-251 



J,C.WilUaTm(LU)4^)29 

J, H, Lllo (LJ 2518-1511 



713n 
T. B. BoUtho {hV} 



Unop, 



LIBERAL YKAlt BOOK, l^SWift, 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



237 



1895 

CORK, SOUTH 

7472 
E. Barry (N) 



Unop, 



CORK, SOUTH-RABT 

10,574 
A. Commins (N) 

Unop. 



CORK, WB8T 

5995 
J. Gilhooly (N) 

Unop. 

GORMWAIili, MID, or ST. 

9213 
W. A. McArthur 

(L) 4193 

M. WiUiams (LU) 3092-1101 



CORMWAIili, NORTH. B 

94^ 
T. Owen Qj) 9B3i 

F. Wills (LU) 2976-€58 

Mr, Owen died, 
AvM, 3, 1898 (9508) :— 
J. Fletcher Moul- 

ton, Q.C. (L) 3951 
Sir F. Wills, Bt. 
(LU) 2863-1088 

CORNlVAXili. NORTH-W 
7^ 
A. Strauss (LU) 3106 
C. A. V. Conybeare 
(L) 2704-462 



GORMW. 



'AXili, 

9607 



SOUTH.R 



L.H. Courtney (LU)4036 
J. McDougall (L) 3492-543 



GORMWAXili, TRURO 

9057 
B. Lawrence (LU) 3282 
H. T. Waddy (L) 301^-270 

GORMWAXili, WEST, or 

T. B, BoUtho (LU) 

Unop, 



1900 



7611 



E. Barry (N) 



E. Crean (N) 
M. C. Hickey (N) 



Unop, 



2037 
1509-528 



J. Gilhooly (N) 

AUBTBIili 

9942 
W. A. McArthur (L) 



Unop, 
Unop, 



AST, or IiAUNGRBTON 

9616 
J. Fletcher Moul- 

ton,Q.C.(L) 3831 

F. H. E. Cunliffe 

(LU) 2737-1094 



R8T, OP CAMBORNE 

8023 
W. S. Caine (L) 3101 
A. Strauss (LU) 2993-108 
Mr, Caine died. 



Aprils, 1903(8650):— 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt. 

(L) 3558 

A. Strauss (LU) 

AST, or BODMIN 

10,026 
Sir L. W. Moles- 
worth, Bt. (LU) 4280 
T. Snape (L) 3248-1032 



SirE. Durning-Law- 

rence, Bt. (LU) 3869 
Charles Thomton(L) 3061-818 

BT. IYB8 



E. Hahi (LU) 



Unop, 



1906 



6142 



E. Barry (N) 



6903 
E. Crean (N) 



J. Gilhooly (N) 



10,235 
W. A. McArthur 



Unop, 



Unop, 



Unop, 



I. Gi 



R.Gamett(LU) 



5667 
251^^151 



9658 
G. C. Marks (L) 4658 
G. J. Sandys (LU) 2736-1922 



9210 
A. E. Dunn (L) 4614 
Sir T. Hewitt, K.C, 

(LU) 
J. J. Jones (Soc) 109 



10,731 

Hon. T. C. R. Agar- 
Robartes (L) 5201 

H. B. Grylls (LU) 4029-1172 

Mr, Agar-Robartes unseat- 
ed on petition. 

July 24, 1906 00,731) :- 

F. Freeman-Thom- 
as (L) 4969 

G. J. Sandys (LU) 3876-1093 

9403 
G. Hay Morgan (L) 4187 
Sir E. Duming-LiEiw- 
rence, Bt. (LU) 3683-504 



C. J. Cory (L) 4244 

P. E. PilcUtch (LU) 3052-1192 



LlBBRAh YB5AR ^OOI^, WJift, 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
COVBNTRir [63^»1B] 

I J. W. Eaton (C) 4577 
T. Courteniiy War- 
tier (LI 432S'249 



Crews— «ee Chebhire;. 

CRICKIxADB— iJfC W11.THHIRE, 

Cromartt— *ee Robs. 
CBOYDOH [133.895] 

W.Graiilham.Q.C. 

(C) 5184 

J. S. Balfour (L^ 431^U6& 
Mr, Grantham nuade a 

Judge. 
Jan. 27. 1886 {12,616) :— 
Hon. 8. Herbert j (J ^¥205 
Sydney Buxton (L) W5S-747 

CUMBBRLAND, CCXIKB 

Sd3B 
C. J. Valentino (C^ 3815 
Sir W. La WHOM t Bk 
(L) 38S5-10 



GOMBBJILAliD, MID, OP 

fll23 
H. a Howard (L) 3921 
J. W. Lowthor {C\ 3448-473 

OUMBEHIiAND, NOHTH 

1(1,000 
R. A. AlHf4ori(L) 4749 
S. P. Foster (C) 316a-158B 

CUMBERLAND, WB&T, 

Lord Munca?iter(C) 3990 
D. Ai nn w orth ( L^ 3453^537 



DAHLINGTON [44,487] 

T.Fry(Lt ^ 3302 

Cnpt. W. H. Wil- 
son-Todd (C) *2O9B-120fl 



Dartforp— fiee Kent. 
Dak WES— see Lancabhibe. 

DBMBIOH DIBTRIOT [27, 
3414 
Hon. G. T. Konyon 

(Cf 1761 

Sir R. A. Cunliffe, 
Btv (L) 14O5-306 



kL 



16B6 

9738 
H. W. Kalon \C) 4201 
\V.H,W.Ballantine 

jL) 3796-105 

Mr. Eaton rttised fa pter- 

age as Lord Ch eMlesmore. 
July 9. 1^7 <9857) :- 
W. H. W. Ballantino 

(Lt 4229 

CoL Hon. H. F. Eaton 

(C) 4213-16 



12,819 
Hon, 8, Herbert (C) 



Uitop, 



RMOUTH [62.124] 

95Ha 
Sir W, Lawfion, Bt. 

(Lt 4130 

H. F. Curwcn <LU) 312e-10M 



PBHRtTH [43,377] 

9123 
J, W. Lowther ^C) 3e7fl 
W. LawBon m 3032-614 

, or BSKJQALB [46,3(^] 

10,(NJ0 
R. A. Allison (L) 4112 
J. Lowthor (C) 322*^888 

or BOREMONT [52,2158] 

Lord Muncaj^t^r (C) 3583 
X>. Ainn worth (L^ 341^1B4 



907 
T. Fry (L) a6S» 

H. O. Arnold- Fop«t«r 
<LL1 2563-57 



oao] 

3414 
Hon.G.T,Kenyon(Cl 1657 
J . Emmott Bar lo w (L)1446-211 



1892 



las 



W. H. \\\ Ballantine 

(Ll 4754 

C. J. Muiray (C) 4611-W3 



14,837 
Hod. S. Herbert (C) ft538 
E. W. Grim wade (LU834-16W 
Mr^ Herbert suceeeAied to 

gecrage as Lord Penx- 
roke-. 
May 24, 1893 (16,152) :- 
C\ T. Hitcliie (C> 

Unop. 



10,906 
Sir W. Lawaon, Bt. 
(L) ism 

Hon. J. 8. Napier (0)3 ' 



8733 
J. W. Lowther (C) 3549 
Dr. T. B. Douglas {U 3424-111 J 



9402 
R. A. AlHftOn {L\ 3876 
H. C. Howard (LU) 3168-813 



D. Ainaworih (L| 3819 
Lord Mnncasttir (C| 3378-471 



SOI.*) 
T. Fry (L) 
A. PoftBo (LU| 



2810^ 



Hon. G. T. Ken yon (C) 1684 
T. H. Williams (L) lfi6B-« 



Z^IB^BAL YKAK BOQTt, V^\%, 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



239 



1896 

GOinSlITRT 

10,926 
C. J. Murray (C) 4974 
W.H.W.BaUantine 
(L) 4624-350 



CROYl>ON 

16,152 
C. T. Ritchie (C) 6876 
C. G. Hutchinson 
(L) 4647-^ 



CUMBBRIiAND, GOCKB 

10,242 
SirW.Lawson.Bt. 
JL) 4250 

T. Milvain, Q.C. (C) 4018-241 



[ CUMBBRIiAND, MID, OP 

8914 
J. W. Lowther (C) 3868 
Dr. T.S. Douglas (L) 326&-600 

GUMBBRULND, NORTH 

9603 
R. A. Allison (L) 3745 
H. C. Howard (LU) 3588-147 

GUMBRRLAND, WEST, 

10,424 
Hon. H. V. Dun- 
combe (C) 3717 
D. Ainsworth (L) 3586-131 

DARUNOTON 

6560 
A. Pease (LU) 3354 
Sir T. Fry, Bt (L) 2607-657 
Mr. Pease died. 
Sept 17, 1898 (6952):- 
H. Pike Pease (LU) 3497 
O. Philipps (L) 



DBMBIOH DI8TRIGT 

3751 
W. T. Howell (C) 1833 
W. H. Morgan (L) 1604^229 



1900 

12,145 
C. J. Murray (C) 
L. Ck>wen (L) 



4188-1009 



18,567 
C. T. Ritchie (C) 



Uiwp. 



RMOUTH 

10,897 
J. S. Randies (C) 4276 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt 
(L) 4067-1 



PBNRITH 

J. W. Lowther (C) 



Unop. 



OP BBKDAIiB 

10,064 
Cnaude Lowther (C) 4052 
R. A. Allison (L) 334»-703 

OP BORBMONT 



Col. J. R. Bain (C) 
D. Ainsworth (L) 



3917 
3377-540 



7331 
H. Pike Pease (LU) 



Unop. 



4137 
Hon.G.T.Kenyon(C) 1882 
Clem Edwards (L) 1752-110 



1906 

13.965 
A. B. W. Mason (L) 6554 
J. K. Foster (C) 5462-1092 



H. O. Amold-Fors- 

ter (LU) 
Somers Somerset 
(L) 
S. Stranks (LRC) 



8211 



7573-638 
4007 



11,700 
Sir W. Lawson, Bt. 

(L) 5349 

Sir J. S. Randies (C) 4786-563 
Sir W, Lawson died. 
Aug.3, 1906 (11,700) :— 
SirJ.S. Randies (C) 4503 
Capt. Hon. F. Guest 

(L) 3903-600 

R. Smillie (LRC) 1436 

884^ 
J. W. Lowther (C) 

Un/)p. 



10,811 
Hon. G. Howard (L) 4467 
Claud Lowther (C) 4230-237 



9093 
H. Fullerton (L) 4067 
Capt K. Lumb (C) 3255-812 



9078 
H. Pike Pease (LU) 4375 
I. H. MitcheU (LRC) 4087-288 



4755 
Clem Edwards (L) 2533 
Hon. G. T. Kenyon 
(C) 1960-573 



ld^VnAj4 TEAR BOOK^ \QQI^, 



I 



%m 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



DaNBIGHSHIBB, 13AST[M«Gglj 

8297 8297 

G, O. Moi'gftn, Q-C. G. O, Morgan, Q,C, 

iU 3831 \U 353S 

Sir W. W, Wjmn, Sir W. W. Wynn. Bt. 



Bt.(C» 



^38^383 



(C) 



3510-29 



DflHSIOHSHISB, WBBI? [4S.211] 



Col* ConTwaMi^ 
Wc^t iU ism 

MftJ. C\ S. Main- 
waring (C) 2992-10&4 

DEPTFORP [110,122] 



D [111 
(»371 



\V. J. Evelyn (C) 



T. Koo jLI 

Sir W. Hareourt 

W. R Hextall tC) 
A, a Dyer (I) 



3027 
3500-367 



7813 

7630 

4m.V2687 

1251 



Col. ComwalliB Woat 
(LU) Un^p, 



S371 
W. J. Evelyn (C> 3682 
L. Ghose (L^ 3055-027 

Mr* Evelyn resigned, 
Feb. 2B, ISSS 00,473} :— 
C. J. EJ«rling, Q.C\ 

tCt 4345 

W. S. Blunt (L) 4070-275 



14.fl25 
T. Roe 111) fi571 

Sir W.HnrconrtlL) 6131 
T, W. Eraiw ILU} J3IB-308S 



BBRBTSHIiti;, 

SfllH 
A. Bamesi (L) 
J. C. Macdona (C) 
J. Has! am (Labi 



1892 

ggi| 

G. O, Moi^an. QX. 

(L) 4189 

Sir W. W, Wynn 

Bt (C> 3423-7«S 



9915 
J. H. Roberts <L) 4612 
C4A. t -ornwallis 
West {hV} 227^2 



13.C66 
C. J. Darling, QX\ 

(C) as 

Lord E. Fitzmaurice 

(L) 47 



15,764 
Sir W. Ilarcourt (L) 7507 
T. Roe <L» 7389 

W. B. Hcxtjill (C) 5&l6^ia 
Sir A, Hanlam <C) 6363 
Sir W. Harcourt appointed 

Chaneeilorf of the Excht- ] 

Quer. 
1 Aug. 24. 1892 (l5J57h 
SirW " 



BERBirsniKE, 

^14 
Capt^ VTr". Sidebottom 

(C) 4199 

J. F. Choetlmm I Li 419LVa 



GHBST 

3108 
SLT8-1272 I 



HIGH PEAK 



BRFIEIiB [S2.135] 

A. Barnes (LU^ 
T. Biiyloy (L) 



Hait>oiirt{Ljfl508 
H. J, F, Atkiason 
(C^ 1619-4589 



3507 
Ski3-Ul 



[fi3.273] 
^111 
Capt.W.Sidoboltom 

{Vi 4162 

H. Rliodcfl a^) 4001-161 



10,313 
1\ Bayloy (L) 
A, Barnes <LU) 



11,123 
CoL W. Side hot torn 

J. F. Chcettjam (Lf i^^SB 



DERBTSHIRE, 

1(9,660 

T. WatJ^onlL) 5780 
W* N» Drtiri" Ijowe 
IC) 3793-1981 



4«21 



II«KJSSTOH [SJ.S98] 

10,fifin 
T, WatHon {\A 
t^. Leeke {V) 
Mr. Wats&n died, 
March U, 1887 tl0.»18> :— 
Sir Walter Fowtor 

{U 6512 

8. Ixjcke (C} 4180-1332 

DERBYSHIRE, HID [67,662] 

lt571 I 9571 

J. A. Jacoby iU 5^7 ' J. A. Jacoby (L> 4500 

J. a Barrow <0 30B7-2380 \ C. H. Secly (LU) 3706-883 




13.541 
Sir Walter Foster 

3. Ueku |C) 



11,688 
A, Jacoby (L) 
S. Sandsvr>< {V} 



LIBERAL YBAB. ^ODK, \W&, 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



241 



1895 

DHITBIOHBHIRB, B. 

9602 
Sir O. O. Morgan, 

Bt.(L) 4809 

H. St. J. Raikes 

<C> 31UH1784 

Sir O, O. Morgan died. 
Sept. 28, 1897 (9fi01):— 
aMoi»(L)_ 5175 

Hon.G.T.Kenyon 

(C) 

DHMBIOH8HIRB, W. 

8911 
J. H. Roberts (L) 4481 
T. W. Edwards 
(C) 2878-1603 



DHPTFORD 

13,815 
C. J. Darling, Q.C. 

(C) 5654 

T. J. Macnamara 

(L) 4425-1229 

Mr, Darling made a 

Judge, 
Nov. 16. 1897 (13,868):- 
A. H. A. Morton (C) 5317 
J. W. Benn (L) 4993-^24 

DBRBY 

17 379 
H. H. Bemrose (C) 7907 
CteoffreyDrage(C) 7076 
" Harcourt 



SirW. 

Sir T. Roe (L) 



6785-291 
6475 



DBRBTBHUUB, OHB8T 

10,413 
T. Bayley (L) 4572 

A. W. Byron (LU) 4825-247 



DBRBT8HIRB, HIGH 

10,397 
GoL W. Sidebottom 

(C) 4671 

A. G. Symonds (L) 4164-507 

DBRBY8HIRB, II1KB8T 

13.175 
Sir Walter Foster 

(L) 6215 

Capt £. P. Baum- 

garten (C) 5254-961 



DBRBT8HIRB, MID 

10,479 
J. A. Jaooby (L) 4926 
W. C. Bridgeman 
(C) 4351-575 



a Moss (D 



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. BeU (Lab) 7640 
Sir H. H. Bemrose 

(0) 7397-2- 

Geoflfrey Drage (C) 6775 



1906 

11,172 
S. Moss (L) Unop, 

Mr. M088 made County Co, 

Judge, 
Aug. 14, 1906 (11.172):— 
£. G. Henimerde 

(L) 5917 

A. S. Griffith -Bos- 

cawen (C) 812^-2791 



9891 
J. H. Roberts (L) 



Unop, 



BRFIBIiD 

12,069 
T. Bayley (L) 
A. W. Byron (C) 

PBAK 

10,420 
O. Partington (L) 
S. Roberts (C) 



5418 
4729-^89 



15,397 
C. W. Bowerman 

(LRC) 6236 

A. H. A. Morton (C) 4977-1259 
H. Vivian (L) 726 



19 543 
R. Bell (Lab) * 10,361 
Sir T. Roe (L) 10,239 
Capt. J. B. E. Hol- 

ford (C) 6,421-3818 

B. G. Spencer 

Churchill (C) 6,409 



15,077 
J. Haslam (Lab) 7254 
G. L. T. Locker- 
Lampson (C) 5590-1664 



i 11,154 

4591 I O. Partington (L) 
4432-159 A, Profumo (C) 



5450 
4662-788 



ON 

14,519 

SirWalter Foster (L) 6633 
H. F. Wright (C) 



11 347 
J. A. Jacoby (L) 5323 
H. St. J. Raikes (C) 4094-1229 



I 



I 17,216 

I Sir Walter Foster 
I (L) 9655 

L. C. Tipper (C) 5358-4297 



12,757 
J. A. Jacoby (L) 
S. Cresswell (C) 



7065 
3475-3590 



..\ 



XJBBRAL TBAB BOOK, \Q^, 



2«2 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
DBRBTSHIHS, MORTH 

Adm. Hon. h\ 

%«rton (L) 4096 

C. GFould iV) 2538-2*63 



DBBBYSHIRH SO0TH 

11,575 
H, Wardle (L) 8186 
HoiL Q. N. Curston 
id 40»4-2092 



DSltBYSHIIIlBp WBST 

Lord E. Cavendish 
(L) 5030 

CapL F. C. Ark> 
Wright (C) 4138p^82 

DBYxs^g— .9«f WjT.TSHnii:. 

HSVONPORT [79,1)28) 
2 seat^. 6527 
Capt. G. E. Price 

(C^ 2963 

J. H, Puleston (C) 2&H 

Q* W. Medley (L) 2653-291 

T. Terroll (L) '2S3a 



DBirONSHIItl}, EAST, or 

9012 
Sir J. Kennaway, 
. Bt. iV} 454ft 

Sir J. B. Phear (L) '2957-1583 

DBITONSHIBB, MIB, or 

£1300 
C. Scalo-Hay no {L} 4433 
W. J. Hftrrii! {V} 3182-1251 



DBVOKSHIRB, HORTH, 

tm3 
Visct. Lymintjtjon 

(L) 4925 

CoL Hon. W, Trc- 

f usi^ {V} 2924-2001 



DBVONSHIRB, NORTH 

CoL W. H. Wal- 

rond <C) 45G3 

S. J. Stent (I^) 34€&-1103 



1686 

JSJIST [31490] 

9207 
T, D. Bolton (L) 
C. Markham (LU) 



3879 
315&-m 



[76.4B9J 

11,575 
H. Wardle (L) 5102 

Hon. E. Coke (LU) 394W-1153 
Mr. IVardle di-ed, 
March 4. ISiri 114,1521 :— 
H. Kvntw Broad 1L| 5803 
B. V. MelviUe (LU) 4553-1250 

(58,463] 

10,310 
Lord E. Cavendish (LU) 

Unop. 
L&rd E. Cavendish died. 
June 2, 1891413,441):— 
Victor Cavendkh (LU) 

t/nop. 



6527 
J. H. Pttlesbon (C) 2954 
Capt. G. E, Price (0)2943 
C, W. Ford (L) 1968-980 

Gen. C. L. Showers 
\L) 1918 



HOMTTDN^l,5l7J 

Sir J. Konnaway, Bt. (C) 

Unop. 



ASHBURTON [53,319] 

930(1 
C. Sealo-Hayne ^L) 3413 
R. B. MarUn ih\J\ 3ix>7-106 



1892 



10,043 
T. D. Bolton (L) 9206 
F. G. Barnes iO 3034-2172 



H. Evans Broad (L) 



11.966 
Victor Cttvondish 

The MacDermot, 



Urn 



39B1 
2768-31fla 



7629 
H. E, Kcarlejr (L) 3354 
K, J. C. Mott43n (L) 3325 
CapL G. E. Price (C)3012-3M 
K. Harvey (C^ 297" 



9167 
Sir J. Kennaway, 



BL(C) 
Dr. W,H.a Aubrey 
(L^ 



2565-2(118 



C. Scale-Hayno (L> 43(n 

c. It. coUin» (C) aoao-ni 



cii^ SOUTH MOLTON {42, 8S01 

8343 1 S737 

ViHct. Lymlngton G. Lambert iU 4ST8 

(LU) 4<^1 A. Moorc-Stouhens 

W, a Walker (L) 2352-1689 {€} 
Viset. Lyniington succeeded 
peerageil^rd PorLsmouth). 
Nov. 13, laai {8712) :— 
G. Lambert (L) 4232 
C. BuUor (LU) 3^tlO-1212 



BAST, or TIVBRTON [50, 569] 
9349 



CoL W. H. Walrond (C) 



nop. 



sir W. H, Walrond, 

Bt. (C) 4433 

Sir J. B. Phear (L» 3191-1388 



UBBHAX, TBAB BOOIS^ WH^^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



243 



1895 

BSRB¥8HIRB, NOR^H 

T. J>. Bolton ILI 4737 
J. Court (LU) 4210-327 



DBSBYBHIRB, SOPTH 

' 13 347 

X Gretton {t\ 61 Qi 

H. £ vajis Broad ^L) 5217^887 



10,706 



1900 

EAST 

12J32 
T. U. Bolton (L^ 
Dr. J. Court ILU) 



14,49fi 
J. Gretton (C) 
H. H. Raphael (L) 



rictor Cavendish (LUJ 
Uf 



'jiop. 



BVONPORT 

7911 

H. E. Kearlcy (LI 3570 
K. J. C\ Morten (L) 3511 
P. H. P. WMppeU 

(Cj 330a-3O8 

T.U. Thynne |C) 3263 



S-251 
1983-288 



6073 
5707-366 



Mr. Morton died, 

J, Lockie iCJ 3785 

Hon. T. A, Broseey 
tLy 3757-28 



DBVONSHIRB, BASTfCir 

[ri63 
p J. Keiuwiway, Bt (C) 
Unop, 



DSYORSRmS, MID, OT 

fl7at5 
C. Scale-Hayne (L^ 4380 
J. A, Nuc {Vi 3976-404 



il 



DEirOIISHIRB, NORTH, 

G. Lambert (L) 4283 
Prof. J, hoBE (tU) 2923-1360 



0EYOKBHtRB, HORTM 



SirW. 
(C> 



. Walrond, Bt 



10,969 
Victor Cavenditih LU) 

Unop. 



8351 
H. E. Kearloy ^Ij* 36326 
K J. C. Morton (L} 3538 
J. Lockie (CI 3458-80 

K McC. Oijodheart 

4C) 338i 

Mr, Lockie nMgned. 
June m, 1904 (14,378) ;— 
J. W. B(jnn (L) 6219 
Sir J . Jackson (C ) 5179-1040 



HOMITON 

Sir J. Keiinaway, BL |C) 

Unop. 



ASHRUR^OM 

mil 

C. Seftle-H^j^ie (L) 4487 
J. A. Nlx m 3716-771 

Mr. Seale-Haifne died. 
Jan. 7, liJOi (10,097) :— 
H. T. Eve, KX.(L) 5034 
Sir R. HarriBon \C\ 3538^1476 

o^ SOO'TH MOI^TOR 

8714 
G. Lambert (L) 

Unop, 



EASX, or TIITRRTON 

90«7 
Sir W. H. Walrond, 
Bt, (C^ Unop. 



1906 



15.888 
T. IX Bolton (L) 7065 
Dr. J. Cowl (LU) 5896-17(^ 
Mr. Bolton died. 
Jan. m 1907 (16.232):— 
W. E. Harvey (L & 

Lab) 6844 

Dr. J. Court (LU* 5815-728 

H. H, Raphael (L| 7981 

J . Grc tlon ^C ) M6B^1493 



11.443 
Victor Gavendieh 

(LU) 5283 

E,Hinmers(L) 4724-539 



14,978 
JL E, Kearley (L) tiJW3 
J. W. Benn (L) 6527 
Sir J. Jackson (C) 5238-1288 
F. Hohno-Sniiuner 
(C) 5080 



9797 
Sir J. Kenna way, 

Bt. (C) 
W. B, Luke (L) 



4854 
3711-1143 



10.429 
H. T. Eve, K.C. (L) 5079 
Capt. K, F. M. BeD 
ihV} 3790-128& 



E542 
G. Lambert iU 



Unop. 



91^48 
Hon, h, Walrond (C) 4455 
W, H. Reed (L) 3970-IS5 



\ 



lilBERAL ^EAB* BOOK^ \^lQfe. 



Mi 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

DBVONSHIRJSi NORTH 

HJ,189 
G. Pitt Lewis, Q.C, 

A, Kekowioh, Q.C. 
(C) 373^^843 ! 

PBVONSHIRE, BOOTH, OF TOTNES [ie,7»6] 

9188 1 am 

F. B. MMmtiy (L) AMi I F. B. Mildintiy (LU) 1652 



IBBB 

WBST^or BJiRNS^APLS 

10,189 
G. Htt^Lewie, Q.C. 

ILU^ 122!i 

L S. Leadam (L) 2660-1263 



H, Y. B. Lopea {033,^2-1137 



DSVONSHIRS, TORQU 

7738 

Lowia M'ivcr {L} SolW 

R. Mallock {€} 3161-348 



BSVOHSKIR^, WSBT, 

10,851 
Viflct. Ebrington 

(L) 5390 

H. M. ImTiert- 

Terry (C) 3172-2218 

DBVSBURY [71,363] 



E. R. Pearce-Kdg' 
cuiiibe {L^ 1141-3511 

AT ^407] 

7738 
R Mallock (C> 3135 

Lewis M'lver jL) 3C*5o^B0 



QW TAVISTOCK (57,704] 

10,851 
( Vltict. EbiinKton 

(LU) 3917 

Sir J. B. Phear (L) 2722-1195 



i?erjt.J,&imQn(L)ttl24 
J. Fox (C) 



3664-2400 



11,43a 
Serjt, J, Simon (L) 5118 
J, S. Colcfflx (C> 2759-2359 
Sir J, Simon reMffned, 
Nov. 16, 1888 (11,767) ;— 
M.01droydlL) 6071 
H. O. Arnold- 
ForsteriLU) 3989-2102 



DONOASTKR— see YORKSHIRK. 

BONBGAEj, RAST [41,300] 
7&40 
A. O'Connor (X) MM 
T. Lea (L) 2992-1097 



OOKRGAIi^ NORTH !43,3a3] 

J. K, U'Doherty 
(N) *5fl7 

>1.H.~ " 



78i0 
A, O'Connor <NJ 
T. a Stoney (C) 



3972 
2551-1421 



Col. H. H.A.Stew- 
art <C) 



932^3^5 



DONBQALi, SOUTH [42,298] 

165-i 
B. Kelly {N) ati55 

A, H, Foater (C) 13^^3688 



OONROAIf, WRST (46,762] 
7377 
R O'Hea (N) 

Uhap, 



J. 15, O'Doherty (N)4263 
Col, H. H. A. Stew- 
art (C) 914-3319 
Jlfr. 0*l>ohertv resigned, 
Jtine 25, 1890 (7198^ :— 
J» R, MivguiTD (N) Unop. 




R KoUy {X) 
A. H. FoHtCT iC\ 



7&51 

1005 
, . 1399-3506 
Mr. Kellp died. 
Feb. 2, 1887 (7837) :— 
J.O.SwiftMacNem 

IN) 4604 

H. Muneteir (IiU) 953-3651 



1892 

[e2,6tJ3] 

10,442 
A. BillMon (L) 4383 

L. White (LU) 4238-U7 



9363 

F.B*Mildinaj(LU) 4815 
A. H, Luah |L) 2381-; 



9404 
R. MaUock (C) 4157 

SirA.D.Hayter,BU 
<L> 3763-391 



11,730 

H. a F. LuttreU (L> 4458 
CoL R, T. WMte- 
Thomson {LV\ 4241-217 



11,768 
M. Oldroyd (L) 
H. S. CftuUey (CJ 



7051 



5759 ^ 
3670-3009 



3546 ^1 



A. 0*Connor (N) 

B. T. Hertimiin (LU) 2783-763 



6965 
X Malna (N> 3819 

D. B. McCorkell (P) 1108-2711 



«r7lO 
J.G.SwiftMacNeill 

(X) 3030 

H. Stubbs (C) 1400-2539 



7377 
RO'Hea{N> Unop. 

Mr. O'Hea rtaigntd, \ 

May 30, 1890 (55381— , \ 
X J. Dalton (N> U-nop. \ 



5279 
T. D. SuMivaii (N) 



Unopmi 



X^BERAX YEAB BOOK, 



IWB* 



POLL BOOK, 1885-1907, 



245 



1895 
nmnoMBuimm, nohxh- 

10,885 
Sir W, C. Gull, Bt. 

<LU) 4^ 

A. BiUson (L) 4d93-232 



DBirONBHIitiS, BOUTM, 

9431 
F. B. Mlldinay 

fLU) 4630 

A, J. &p&rke (L) '22&J-23e0 

DBVOMSHIBS, TOBQU 

uwm 

Comr, A. S. Phill- 
potta {C) 4205 

F. Layland-Barratt 
(L) 4030-17O 

DESirONSHIBia, VTEBT, 

12,151 
H. C. F. Luttrell (L) 4970 
Coi H. T. White- 
Thoitifion (LU^ 45^-373 



DBHTSBllRir 

M, Oldrovd (L) 5379 

H. S. CautlcyJC) 3S75-1504 

E. R. Hartley (Lab) 1080 



eyiii 

A. O'Connor (N* 33U2 
K. T. Herdman 
(LUl 2729-083 

T, Curran (N^ 



DONBOAL, SOUTH 

63SU 
J. G. Swift Mac- 
Nem.Q.C.CNj SGli 
■ Stubbdtd 1313-231)1 



6254 
T, D. SulHvan {N) 

Unop, 



1900 

WB BiT, or Bjm HSIAPIiS 

11, 1116 
E. J* vSoarCM (Li) 5007 
Sir W. C. GuU, BL 
(LU) 4GGO-347 



or !f0TNBB 

9678 
F. B. Mildnmy (LU) 




Unop. 



9313 
F. Luyland-BaiTatt 

(L) 4020 

J. R. L. Rankin (C) 3891-1^ 



or TAVISTOCK 

12.202 
X W. Spear (LU> 4746 
Hon. John WaUop (L) 4731-15 



13,296 
M. Oldroyd iU ^0i5 
F. St. J. Atorrow (C) 3897-2148 
Mr. Oldroyd restmied. 
Jan. 2S, 1902 (13,476} ;— 
W, RmicimaQ (L) 50fi9 
J. Haley (C> 4512-llfi7 

H. Queloh iBQc\ 1597 



7&50 
E. McFadden {N) 
J. Cooke, QX. (C) 



3113 
2660^53 



W. O'Doherty (N) 2582 
A. O'Connor (N) 1612-960 
Mr. O^Doherty died. 
June 15, 1905 (6861):— 
J. Muldoon <N) 

Unop, 



8370 
J. G. Swift MacNeiU, 
Q.C. (N) Unop, 



9475 



J. Boyle (M 
Jfefn Jo ' 

April 25 ^., 

hT A. Law (N> 



\QyU resigned, 
April 25, 1902 (7303):- 



Ujwp. 



C7iiop. 



1906 

12,908 
E. J* SoaroB {U flSlO 
W. E. Home (LU) 4465-2045 



9370 
R B. MUdmuy tLU)52S36 
L. Edmunds, K.C, 
(L> 



10,S13 
F. Layland-Barratt 

(L) 4S56 

H, y. B. Lop^iB (C) 439&-400 



13,989 
H.aF.LnttrelMT4fl*05 
X W. Spcai- (LU) 5196-1209 



13,951 
W. Runciman (L) fflU 
W. B. Boyd Cai- 

pent«i<C) 39.59-3805 

Ben Turner (LRC) 2629 



5794 
C, McVeifih (N) 



6917 
P. ODoherty (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



0189 
J, G. Swift MacNeill, 
KX\ (N) Ufwp, 



H.A 



Law {K\ 



Vnop. 



\ 



\ 



UBEBAL TEA.R BOOK, \W3B. 



246 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



18S5 
DORSB'T, MAST [62,837! 

Hon.RaGlyn(L) 1543 
G. H, Bond {t) 3846-6Sfr 



DORBfiT, NORTH [13,1IM] 

Hon. E. B. Poii> 
man \h\ 4320 

Hon. H. N. Stiirt 
(C) 3031-1488 



DORSET, SOUTH [60,937] 
7316 
H. P. StiirgiB {L^ 3128 
Col. C. J, I^Hambro 
(C) 309^33 



DORSliT, WEST [38,008) 

7ttU 
H. R. Farquharaon 

(C) 3507 

H. C. G. Battcjn{L) 3366-141 



DOYRR [m.536] 
488^ 
Mai. A. G. Dickaon 

iC) 2066 

R. M. Lawea (L> 141S-648 



DOWN, EAST [47,390] 
OapL R. W. B, Ker (C^ 



DOWN, NORTH [56,718] 
9^77 



CoL T. Waring (C) 4315 
J, a. Bro^Ti (£} ""'^ 



2841-1474 




DOWN, SOUTH [46,31»] 
10,335 
J, F. SmaU fXf 4SK5 



G. H. Bond «C> 4317 

Hon. P. C- Gljm fL) 3862-655 
Mr. Bond di^ci. 
Nov. 27, 1881 (mi76) :— 
Hon, H, N. Sturt (C) 4421 
Hon. R C. Glyn {U 4074-347 



8522 
Hon. E. B- Portman 

(L) 3571 

Hon. Evelyn Aeliley 

(LU) 3336-235 



7316 
CoL C, J. T. Hambro 

id 3477 

H. P, StnrfirlH (L> 2436-991 
Ool. Hafnbro died. 
May 7, 1881 (7757):- 
Mai\ W. K BrjTiier 

(C^ 3278 

BL R. Pearcc-Edg- 



7914 
H. R. Farqiihflrson 

iC) 3672 

H. a a. Batten (L) 2467-1205 



1892 



10.673 
Hon. H. N, Sturt (C) 



Unap. 



8714 
X K. Wingfleld^ 

Hlgby (Ci 3881 

Arthur Arnold (L) 3456-525 



8310 
Maj. W. E. Brymer 

iC) 
E. R. Fearcc-Edg' 

cumbe l,L) 



3657 
3488-168 



Msij. 



4885 
A. G. Dickson {O 

Unop. 
MgJ. Dichtim died. 
July 12, 1888 (5173) :- 
G. Wyndham (C) Urmp. 

Qgns 
Cant R. W. B. Ker 

(C) 5093 

H. McGrath fN) 2561-2532 
Capt. Ker resigned. 

Dr. J. A. Rontoul(C) Unop. 

9277 
CoL T. Waring (C) 4869 
R, McNabb {S\ 864-3995 



10,335 
M. McCftrtan (S\ 4786 
R. S,Corbet;t^l.\]^ 3&lMriQ 



7747 
H. R. Fanaiiharsou 

(CI 3891 

C. T, Gatty (LI 2813^8 

Mr. VurguharHon died. 
m%y 14, I88.*j (77131 :^ 
Col. R. WiUiamH {C)353S 
Q. W. Homer (1) -^325-1213 



5156 
G, Wyndham (C) 
Maj. £. Q. Edwards 



it) 



2231 
978-1263 



8757 
Dr. J, A. Rentoul (Q 



CoL T. Waring (C) 



Ufwp. 



Unop, 



S342 
M. Mct**rtmj (N» 



4207 
36964171 



LIBBHAL ^EAR- BOOK, 1^^- 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



247 



1805 

DORSET, BAST 

11,018 
^ Hon. H. N. Sturt (C) 



Unop. 



DORSBT, NORTH 

8548 
J. K. Wingfleld-Digbv (C) 
tJhop, 



DORSET, SOUTH 

8544 
Maj. W. K Brymer (C) 

Unop. 



DORSET, WEST 

7713 
CoL R. Williams (C) 



DOYBR 

G. Wyndham (C) 



DOWN, BAST 

8804 
Dr. J. A. Rentoul, 
Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Unop. 



DOWN, NORTH 

9495 
CoL T. Warinar (C) Unop. 
dol. Waring died, 
Sept. 7, 1898 (9702):-' 
J. Blakiston-Hous- 

ton (C) 3381 

T. li. Corbett (C) 3101-280 

DOVTN, SOUTH 

8715 
M. McCartan (N) 4057 
Dr. Rowan (C) 3378-679 



1900 

11,616 
Hon. H. N. Sturt (C) 4776 
A. A. Allen (L) 4680-96 

Mr. Sturt gttctxeded to peer- 
age a« Lord AlinMon. 
March 16, 1904 (12,ffl6) :— 
C. H. Lyell (L) 5929 

C. van Raalte (C) 5109-820 

8318 
J. K. Wingfield- 

Digby (C) 3705 

Hon. G. Gordon (L) 3165^540 
Mr. Winafield-IHgby died. 
Jan. 26J1905 (8338) :— 
A. W. Wills (L) 4239 
SirR. Baker, Bt. (C) 3330-909 

9011 
Col. W. E. Brymer 

(C) »»ai 

Capt. A. L. Renton 



(t) 



3519>365 



7448 
Col. R. Williams (C) 



5938 
G. Wyndham (C) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



8489 
Dr. J. A. Rentoul, 

Q.C. (C) Unop. 

Dr. Rentovl made a Jvdge. 
Feb. 5, 1902 (8184) :— 
J. Wood (LU) 3576 

Col. Wallace (C) 3429-147 

9686 
T. L. Corbett (C) 4493 
Col. Sharman- 
Crawford (C) 3230-1263 



8944 
M. McCartan (N) Unop. 
Mr. McCartan resigned, 
Feb. 19. 1902 (8799) :— 
J. MacVeagh (N) Unop. 



1906 

13,557 
C. H. Lyell (L) 61(^ 

C. van Raalte (C) 6083-21 



8490 
A. W. Wills (L) 4153 
Sir R. Baker, Bt. (C) 3508-645 



10,845 
T. T. L. Scarisbrick 

(L) 5035 

Col. W. E. Brymer 

(C) 4411-624 



7413 
Col. R Williams (C) 3671 
J. J. Haye (L) 2834-837 



G. Wyndham (C) 
R. J. Bryce (L) 



8072 
Capt. J. Craig (C) 
J. Wood (LU) 



1705-1564 



4011 
3341-670 



9652 
T. L. Corbett (C) 4878 
A. A. Adams (IC) 2603-2275 



8036 
J. MacVeagh (N) 3910 



(LU) 



3262-648 



UBBBAL TBAB BOOIL, IW^. 



248 



TBB HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

DOWN, WBST [44,SBd] 
9695 
Lord Arthur Hill (Q 

Unop, 



1886 

mm 

Lord Arthur HiJl 

(C^ 6ftS9 

J, B. McHugh (N} 119!J-5300 



DrOITWICH— «« WORUEeTER SHIRE. 

10,786 I _ _ ... lf^,1^. 



T. D. Siillivttn (N^ 6648 

IX Sherlock \h) lfllS-50ao 



T. D. Sullivan (S) 



Unop. 



DUBLIH, HAHBOaR [7i, 
11,001 
T. Harrington (X) 6717 
Sirli. Bletinfirhas- 
Hett, BL [h) 1628-5089 

DUBLIK, ST. PATRICK'S [^43*2] 

W.N.MTirphj (N)fl330 

M. K. TKKjkrell |C( 116^-4168 

DUBLIN, ST, STEPHEN 'S ORESK [68,364] 



11,3B2 
T. Harrington (N) 



W. M, Murphj- (K) 



Unop. 



10,277 

Sir E. C. QninneBti, 
Bt. (C) 3334-1^^3 



DUBLIN COUNTY, NOR 

12,336 
J. X Clancy IN) 7500 
Ca.pt. H, Caldbock 

DUBLIN COUNTY, SOU 

11,314 
Sir T, E«iiiondt\ 

Bt. IXJ 5114 

L T. Hamilton (C) 373B-137S 



DUBLIN UNIVERSITY 

2 ftefitii, 41ivi 
11. Holmc.H, QA". (V) 
Hon, J ). K, Plunkot, QX\ {€} 
Unop. 



10,277 

K B. Gray (N> 5008 
8ir K. Sullivan^ Bt. 

(LU) 2565-3*43 

Mr. Gray died. 
May 12, 1888 an.530J :- 
T. A. Dickson {N) 4819 
R. Soxton (C^ 2«33-1887 



TH |B2,628] 

12,32fl 
J. J. Clancy {N^ 



TH [81,1101 

n,314 
9irT. Eflmonde.BU 

<N) 
J. T. Pirn (LU) 



Uh^p. 



3254-1768 



4155 

Hon. D. R. Plnn- 
ktt. QA\ iC} 
t. H. Holniep, 



1871 




18fl7 
57-1810 
56 



Scrjt. 

H, Johnson IN If 
K P. * 'onriHol (X 
Mr. Holmcji wiifti 
July 12, 18H7 {¥Ml\ : 
D. H, Madden \^\ \Wi 
Hon. R. t*. I'ai-BOTiH 



(de a Judge. 



t8@S 

10.568 
Lord Arthur Hill (C) 



Unop, 



6781 
Dr. J. E. Kenny iP} 25fl8 
Sir H. Coohrano 

{LUI 1441-1127 

T, D. aullivan (N) lllti 



11,370 
T. Harrington IP) US2 
J. McDonnell (N> 1376-310« 



72B1 
W. Field (P) 3m 

\\\ M. Murphy <N) 1110-2584 



8284 
W. Kenny, Q,C. (LU> 2893 
Dr. J. M. Meade {Pi 2878-15 
W. Poanaon ^N) 615 



llJfln 

J. J, Clancy m 3991 

J. Mooney (NJ 2B9(i-1295 

E. a Woods to 1838 



10^ 
Hon. Horace Plun- 

kott(C) 4371 

Dr, F. MuUen (P) 25861-2110 
~ " ), BL. 



SirT. EHmondo, 



1452 



4352 
Hon, D. R. Plunket, 

Q.C. ICI 2188 

E. Car«on,ac. (C) IflOlJ 
CoL J. C. Lowry <C) 887-713 



^IBKRAL irXAB BOOK, 



\Km. 




POLL-BOOK, 1885^1907. 



U9 



1896 

Lord Arthur HiU (C) 

Unop, 
Lord A rthiir Hill resigned. 
July 19. 1898 <90O1) :- 
CapU A. Hm {C) Unop. 



BUBLIlf, GOliliSOS OH 

7898 
Dr. J. K. Kenny (PJ 

Unop. 
l}r, Ke?mp retiignfd.. 
Apriie, 1«96 (10.1^271:- 
J. L. Carew (P) Unop. 

DUBININ, HARBOUR 

11.018 
T. Harringrton (P) 

Unop, 



HUBLIH, ST. PATRICK'S 

1 ^ 9681 

^■r. Field m 

^^ Unop. 



1900 



8815 
Capt. Ai Hill iV} Ump. 
CapL Hill remgned. 



July in, 191^ (835iJ :- 
H.Liddcll^n 



A. Bealtie (IC) 



1036 
3015-1021 



BEN 

10,223 
J. R Naniiettl iN) 
J, L. Carew <N) 



9992 
T. Harrington (N) 



W. Field ^N) 



DOBIiIH, B^E, 8TBPHBN '8 GREEN 

sm I 8714 

W. Kenny. Q,L', J. McCann {X\ 

(LVi 3661 J. H. M, Campbell, 



2m 

2173^294 



Unop, 



U7U>p, 



mm 



Count Plnnkett^P) 3205-4^ 
iV/r. Kennp accepted qjfflce, 
Sept. 2, 1^ (8^ :— 
W. Kenny, Q.C. 

(LU) 3325 

P. Mahony (P) 28a3-43-2 
Afn Kenn^ tmide a Judge. 
Jan, 21. 1898 (8735) :- 
J. H- M. Campbell 

Q.C.(fJ) 3525 

Count Plunkett IC) 3381-138 



DOBIilN COUNTY, NORTH 

11.378 
J. J, Clancy (P) 4520 J, J. 

D. J. Wilson (C) 2280-2240 



Q.C. IC) 2873-556 

Mr. McOann died. 
Marcb 21. 1904 (8018) :- 
L. A Waldron (N» ^17 
C. L. Matheson <C) 2821-636 



12.439 
Clancy ^N> 



DUBLIN COUNTY, SOUTH 

10,949 
Hon, Horace Plun- 
kett (C( 4901 
E. H. Burke iP) 2962-1938 



DUBLIN UNIVER8IT7 

15(B 
Hon. D. R. FUinket. Q.C, (CJ 
K. Carsou. Q.C. {O Unop. 
Mr. Plunk€t raised to the 

peerage as Lord, HaJth- 

more, 
Dec. 6, 18^ (ifi06) :-^ 
W. K. H. Lecky 

(LU) ^ 1757 

G. Wright, Q.C <C) 1011-716 



10,763 
J. J. Mooney (N) 
Hon. Horac43 Plun- 



Unop, 



3110 



kett (C) 
F- E. Ball (C) 



2906-504 
1638 



Sir K. Carson, QXl (C) 
W. E. H. Lecky (LU) 

Unop, 
Mr. LecJqf resigned, 
March 5. 1903 (4553) :- 
J. H. M, CampbeU. 

K.C. (C) 1491 

A. W. Samuels, K.C. 

C) 1428-63 



1906 

8574 
H. LiddeM (C) 



Unop, 



Mr. lAddell died. 
Sept 6, 1907 (83«») : 
Lord Arthur HUHC) 3702 
A. Bcattie tL) 2918-784 



9256 
J. P. Nannetti (S) 



8813 
T. Harrington (N) 
J. L. Mahon (LU) 



S300 
W, Field m 



Unop, 



872-2768 



UU'Op, 



8816 
L. A. Waldron (N) 4056 
W. Ireland (C) 2381-1474 



13,968 
J. J. Clancy (Nl 



Unop, 



19,549 
Walter Long <C) 5289 
IL Haaleton (N) 3926-1343 



4762 
Sir E. Carson, K.C. 

J.H. M. Campbell. 
K.C. (C) Unop. 



I 



\ 



i;-IBERAL YEAR BOO^, IQOS* 



250 



THM HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
DUDIiBT [96,me] 

H. B. Sheridan (L) 6377 

B. Robirtson {C} 5211-1166 

DuLWTCH— see Camber well 



1880 

R Robin son (C) HJ75 

H. B. Sheridan (L) ii^J5-1930 



DUMBAItTOffSHlBB [mm] 

H1,0G3 lO.fKS 

A. Orr-Ewiois {O 4514 Sir A. Orr-Ewing, 

R. T. Reld, Q.C. (L) 1357-157 | Bt {C) 

I R^ C. Munro Tcr- 



gnmn fL) 



4217-33 



DUHFRIBS DISTBIGT [2TJ9d] 
3148 
EL Noel (LI 1546 

M, W, MattinHOQ 
(CI l3S3-lfi3 



DUHFRlSSSHIUJi 152,586] 

mm 

SirR. Jardine.Bt. 

(L) 4S57 

Eftrl of Dalkeith 

(C) 3566-1291 



DUHDBB 1150,083] 
2 seats, V,4m 
C. C. LftcaitafLJ 
E. Robertson (L) 
A. H. Moncttr (L) 
lEdward JenkUis 



3US 
R. T. Reid. Q-C. (L) 1547 
M. W, Mattitii^on 
(C) 1217^=330 



7187 
6279-908 



5149 



94S9 
Sir R. Jardino, Bfc. 

T. Mckio (L) 


ll€6 
3252-854 


17,420 
K Roberi:J*on (L> 8236 
a C. LaoaiU (L) 8216 
B. de a Nixon (LU) 3545-1671 
Gen. Sir H. Daly 

(Lui sm 

Feb. 16, 1888 (16.613) :— 
X F. B. Firth (L> 7856 
Gen. Sir H, Daly 
(LU) 4217-363© 


2010 
T. Milvain (C) 
a Brooks (L) 


1129 
855-274 



DURHAM Cmr ri5,122] 

snio 

T. Milvain (C ^ 1114 

T. C\ Thompson (L) 99»-121 



DUBHAWp BARNARD CASTXiE [60.496] 

vmi iK^i 

sir J. W. Poaso, 

Bt ih) 5982 

Hon. P. Bowes- 

Lyoti (C) 2457-3506 



Sir J. W. Peaso, Bt. (L> 



^nop. 



DURHAM, BISHOP AU GKIiAlID [m,932l 

BS5S I 9858 

J: M f^ti}t4}n iU sm J. M. Piiulton lU 



1802 

15,303 
B. Robirifion (C) 
H, Spunsley (L) 



(I66B 
561ft-]0IAj ^ 

> 5219 ^ 



11,789 
Cant J- Sinclair {L> 5219 
A.WylleiC) 



3321 

R, T. Reid, Q.C. (L) 1688 
Sir A» N. Agnew, 

BL (Lu^ nm-m 



W. J. Maxwell (LU) 4123 
T. McKie (L> 3849-274 



18,211 
J. Long (L) 84S4 

K, Robert*5on (L) Slfll 
W. O. Dalgleish (C) 5»Vi9-2532 

w. asniiihaA:) ^m 
X Macdon&ld (I/ab) 354 



Mr, Pirth difd. 

Sent, 25. 1889 (16.780) ^— 

J. Lgus (L| Unop. 



M. A. Fowler (L> 1075 
T, Milvain, Q.C\ (C> 1000-75 



10,960 
Sir J. W. Pea«o, 

Bt. (L) 5837 

W. Rolley (C> 2934-2113 



,/ JiZ^ JJ^SL 



UTWp, 



11,243 
3,U.Fa.iiltotiCL> 6784 



\' 



\ 



X.1BBHAL YBABt BOOTS.- 



\Wi^. 



POLL-BOOK, 18S&-1907. 



251 



1885 



I 



lip831 
B. Rob in HO II m 



C. J. Fleming, 
ID 



%c. 



653a 
3796-741 



A. Wylie m 637rj 

Capt. J. Sinclair IL) 5315^-33 



ElflMFRICa DISTRICT 

345d 
Sir R- T. Reid, 

Q.C. (L) 1785 

W. Murray ^LU) 1185-600 

9135 
R. Souttar (L» 3965 

W. J. Maxwell (LU) 3ft&2-l3 



DUNDBB m 

18,011 
E. Robert4*on |L) 7602 
Sir J. Len^ (L} 75flr^ 
W. C. Smith ^LU> 531X^2203 
Edwai-d Jenkins 

|C> 131S 

J, ^fJVC(loJlald 

ilLP^ 1313 



SUBKAM CITT 

2m 

M. Fowior ID 1111 

Hon. Arthur Elliot 

jLU) 1110-1 

Mr. Fowler died. 
June 30. IHUS (264Sh— 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

<LU) 1167 

H. F. Boyd, Q.C, (L) 1103-6d 

DURHAM. BARNARD C 

Sir J. W, Pease, 
Bt. (L^ 492i 

Capt, Hon. W. L. 
Vane (C) 384S-1W6 



1900 

15,860 
B. Robinson (C) 
W. Belcher (Lab) 



6461 
oti7ti-58a 



13,731 
A. Wylio {C ) fSOSa 

R R. Buchanan (L) 53y3-«tlU 



3717 
Sir R. T. Reid, Q.C. 

(L) 1S47 

W. Murray ILUI 13m}^7 



9178 
W. J. Maxwell (LU) 4124 
K Souttar iL^ 367o-iU9 



18,656 
E. Robertson (L) n77 
Sir J. Leng^ m 76&3 
A. D, Suiith {C\ 5181-2169 
J, E. Graham ^LU) &laa 



2607 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 

{LU} 1250 

Sir W.N. Geary, BU 

(L) 781-4G9 



ll,fW3 
Sir J. W. Pease, 

Btu (L) 503G 

Mai, Hon. W, L. 

Vane (C) S545-llfil 

Sii' X TK. Feme died. 
July24, Ml3ai.2-Jei1t- 
A. HondcrHOn (Lab) 3370 
Col. Hon. W,L. Vane 

(C) 3;i23-47 

H. Beaumont (L) 2809 



BUHHAM, BISHOP AO GKLAHD 



10.979 

J. M. PiiiiUon (L^ 5033 
G. E. Markbam 
(C) 373ti-1297 



1 1311 

X M. Paul ton (L) 4872 
W. H. Hopkinti (C) 3011-1231 



1906 



17,5BI 

A. G. Hooper (L) 8296 
G. H. CnauKhton {O 7542-754 



36,335 
J. Ih White (L) 
H. Bi-ock |t^) 



37B0 
J. W. OuUand |L) 
J. J, Glover (C) 



7401 



2035 
14(fi-633 



S3Q4 
P. A. Molteno (L) 1814 
J. H. Balfour 
Browne, K,C. {CI 3^131-1383 



10,492 
E. Robertson, K.C. 

(LJ \m6 

A. Wilkie <LRC) 6833 

H. RobHOn iU 612:^-711 
Liout» E. H. Snaoklo- 

tonlLU) ima 

A, D. Smith {C} 3183 



£580 
J. W. HiUs 1LU> 1313 
Hon. Arthur Elliot 
iLU) 8S0-433 



11,817 

A. Henderson 

{LRCi 3540 

CapL E. in BoU (C} 3888-1^*52 



I2,7ft0 
J. M. Paulton (L) 743X1 
G. E. Markham {C) 3036^374 



X-IBKRAL TBAK. BOOK, \^^V?>, 



J 



1 




^^^^ 


m 


252 THE MOUSE OF COMMONS j 


1885 


1886 


1892 






DURHAM, CWmSTKK'Lt 

ll,83f> 1 
J. Joicey fL) 440» 
R. UoydJonea 

aL^ 36«6-80a 
W. Atthworth (C) 2018 


B-S!rRBBT[t^,211] 

11,830 
J» Joicey (L) 

Unop, 


13,16» 
X Joieey ID 
Sir K Sullivan, Bt 
tLU) 


6153 
4065-2387 




DURHAM. HOUGHTOH- 

John VV ildou <L) 6511 

N. Wood (C) 4767-1744 

DURHAM, lARROW [91, 
12,8R7 
C. M. Palmer ^L) 5702 
J. Johnson (I) 1731-3971 


LB-SPRING [80.495] 

12,992 
N. Wood ^C) 5870 
John WilHon iU 6(J6^-81l 

935] 

12,897 
Sir a M. Palmer. Bt. 
(L) Unop, 


iaL716 
Capt. H. T, Fen- 
wick (D 
N. Wood iV) 
J. Hargrove (IL) 

14/231 
Sir CM. Palmer, 

Bt. (L) 
E, D, LewiB (Lal>) 


1 

4823-1433 
814 

7:ii3 
241(M927 




DURHAM, MID 174,573] 
11,145 
W. Cra\^^ord (L) aim 
F. A, Vane-Tem- 
pcBt (C) 3246-2661 


11,145 
W. Cmwford (14 Unop. 
Mr. Crawford dwd. 
Jiib'lT. t89l><ll.»5'3):" 
JohnWilBon(D 5^ 
F. A. Vane-Tem- 
peat id 3375-20B4 


11,789 
John Wilson (D 
C. K. Hunter (C) 


5001 

3tie9-im2 




DURHAM, NORl'H-Wi: 

9643 
L. Atliorloy-Jones 

(L) 5081 
Col. A. B. WObra- 

ham (CI 3085-1998 


8T [82,2ftl] 

9M3 
L. Alherley-Joiiew (L) 

l/nop. 


h. Atherley-Jonefl ^H 
(L) 5121 H 




DURHAM, BOtlTH-RAS 

U,176 
Qen- Sir H. Haveloek- 

Allan. Bt. (L) 5603 
SlrG, ElUot. Bt. <C) 48^749 


T [70,189] 

13,176 
Gen. Sir H. Ha v clock- 
Allan, BL (LU) 49S4 
H, F. Boyd [L^ 4045-J^ 


14,199 V 
J. RichardBon (L) 5561) 
Gen.SirH.Havelook' 
Allan, Bt, (LU) a39ti-ie* 




Ealing— »e« MipDLKafiX. 

KAfiTBOtTRNE— see SUSSEX. 

East Gbinstbad— ^ee Suass 
KcoLES— 8ee Lancashire. 
EccIjESAij.— see Sheffielu. 
EDmaBUEY— see Cheshire. 
Edgbabton— #6e Bibminoha 


X. 
M. 




dl 




RDINBUBGH. CliN1E«RA 

mm 

John Wilrioii <L) 2980 

J. H. Ren ton (L) 1683-1247 

Maj. J. a Napier 

A. W. Black (L) 770 


W. McEwan (LJ 3760 
John Wilson (LU) 2238-1S24 


7725 
W. McKwan (L> 
A. K. ConneU (LU) 
John WilHon ^Lali 


3733 

175^1975 
434 


/ 


BDIHSURGH, BAST [73, 
7fJ30 
G. J. Goschen (L) 4357 
B. F, C\ CoBtello© 
ID 1929-2406 


181] 

763a 
Dr. R. Wallace (L) 3QB4 
Q.J. Qot^cbon (LU) SSSS-lMl 


Sg40 
Dr. R. WallLico (D 3989 
R*VV. M.Fullarton 
(LU) 28n0-llfl[> 


^H^^^^^^^K i:«rBEKAL ^KAK ^ook, \W%r 





POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



253 



1895 

DURHAM, CHB8TBR-Ii 

14,618 
Sir J. Joicey , Bt. 

(L) 7370 

Visot. Mort)eth 

(LU) 4113-3257 

DURHAM, HOUGHTON. 

13,987 
R. Cameron (L) 6502 
V.CaW.Corbett 
(C) 57U^881 

DURHAM, JARROW 

14,431 
Sir C. M. Palmer, Bt 
(L) Unop, 



DURHAM, MID 

12,519 
John Wilson (L) 5937 
A. Wilkinson 
(LU) 4295-1642 



1900 

R-8TRRRT 

16^ 
Sir J. Joicey, Bt. (L) 5830 
Capt. J. Nionolson 
(C) 5391-439 



liB-BPRING 

14.317 
R. Cameron (L) 6865 
R. W. Jackson (C) 4917-1948 



15,739 
Sir C. M. Palmer, Bt. 

(L) r/nop. 



DURHAM, NORTH -WB 

11,316 
li. Atherley-J ones 

(L) 5428 

J. Joicey (C) 3869-1559 



DURHAM, SOUTH-RA8 

14j702 
Gen. Sir H. Havelock- 
AUan, Bt. (LU) 5978 
J. Richardson (L) 5864-114 
Otn, Sir H, Havelock- 

AUandied, 
Feb. 3, 1898 (14,853):- 
J. Richardson (L) 6286 
Hon. F. W. Lamb- 
ton (LU) 6011-275 



BDINBURGH,GRNTRAJL 

7680 
W. McEwan (L) 

Unop, 



EDINBURGH, BAST 

9437 
Dr. R. Wallace (L) 3490 
H.G, Younger (LU) 3060-449 
Dr, WaZlaoe died. 
June 23, 1899 (10,730):- 
O. McCrae (L) 4891 
H.G.YoTmger(LU) 2961-1930 



12,816 



John Wilson (L) 5665 

C. E. Hunter (C) 4105-1460 



BT 

13.725 
L. Atherley-Jones, 

q,C. (L) 5158 

J. Joicey (C) 5137-21 



14,819 
Hon. F. W. Lamb- 
ton (LU) 6198 
J. Richardson (L) 5624-674 



7630 
G. M. Brown (L) 
A. Conan Doyle 
(LU) 



11,025 
G. McCrae (L) 
R. S. Brown (C) 



3028 



4461 
3170-1291 



1906 

20,910 
J. W.Taylor (Lab) 8085 
S. D. Shafto (C) 4985^00 
Rev. A. Bcurett 
Tebb (L) 4660 



15,711 
R. Cameron (L) 
R.K.L.Vaughan- 
Williams (LU) 



9429 
3639-5790 



17,023 
Sir C. M. Palmer, 

Bt. (L) 8047 

P. Curran (LRC) 5093-29^ 
Sir C. M. Palmer died. 
July 4, 1907(17,1*3) :— 
P. Curran (LRC) 4698 
P. Rose-Innes, K.C. 

(C) 3930-768 

S. Leigh Hughes (L) 3474 
J. O-Hanlon (N) 2124 

18,733 

John Wilson (L) 

Unop. 



16,384 
L. Atherley-Jones 

K.C.(L) 9146 

Sir R. Filmer, Bt. 

(C) 3999-^147 



16,690 
Hon. F. W. Lambton (LU) 
Unop. 



6026 
C.E. Price (L) 3935 
Capt. J. D. Walker 
(LU) 1857-2078 



11,672 
G. McCrae (L) 6606 
Dr. R. Dawson (LU) 2432-4174 



J4BEBAL, YEAR BOOK., 1^^* 



254 



THE MOUSE OF C03fM0NS 



isas 

BBIHBDRQH, SOUTH 

8754 
SiiG, Harrkon (LM'^73 
T. RalciKh (LI '2871-1399 
Sir G. Harrison, died. 
Jan. 29. 1886 (8761) :- 
H. C. R Childerw 

<U 4029 

Master of Pol- 

Wttrth (C) 1730-2299 

EDINBURGH^ WBST [55, 
75(35 
T. R, Buchanan 

(L) 3800 

G, A. Jiuiiieson (C) 2835-1176 



K0IHBUltOH cmd BT. J 

6f565 
J. H. A. Mncdonald 

tC( 2810 

J. K. Ericksen (L^ 2453^387 



BDIMBURQHSHIRE, MI 

12,924 
W. E. Gladstone 

iU 7879 

C. Dalrympl© (Q 324aHl631 

EOBKMOKT— see CLTMBElmiN 
ElFION— see OARNAKVONSHrB 

sijGIn district mAmi 

42.M/ 
A. Aeher, qx\ (L) 



BliGIir BJia IIJLIRN [37,975] 
37y« 
Sir G* M. GranL, Bt. 

^L) 1612 

H. Hi-odio (C| 155&-56 

C.H.Atidertion,Q.a 
<L) 1435 

MLLANThSee yOHKBtttRK. 

Emfib:li>— Ae« MroDLKSKX. 
El'PiNG— see EaaKX, 
Kfbom— «e€ Surrey. 
EsKDALK— see Cumberland. 

BSSBX, BAST» or HAIi 
a W, UnixfC} 3878-631 



ld86 

[107.2CIGJ 

8754 
H.(.VE.Childei-fl(L)3778 
R PurviH (LLn 2191-1587 



4041 

7565 
T. R. Buchanan (LU) 30^ 
R, Walhice \U 2393-090 

Mr. Biichanan resifftted. 
Feb. 18. 1688 (7749) :- 
T. R. Buchanan (L) 3298 peera 

T. Rtilcigh (LU) 3*^44^54 . M!ay 29. 



1892 



10.7^ 
Hepbepl Paul (L) 
L. MlYor (LU^ 



4692 
42fil^l 



8239 
Visct. Wolmor 

iLUl 3728 

T. R. Buchanan (L) 3316-512 
Vinct. IVohiier ^ucCEedsdL to 
•trage aa Lord Selbome, 
" 1895(8452):— 

3783 



Msiiitcr of Elihank 



m 



307^708 




NBRBWS UNIVERSITIBS 

aaHo 
J, H. A. Macdonald {C\ 

Unop. 
Mr. MacdoiuUd appointed 

Lord Justice Clerk. 
Xov. 6, 1888 17682)1- 
1". S. Darling I C^ ) Unap. 

Mr. DaTlina made a Judge^. 
Nov. 12, \m\ (S223} :— 
SirC. J. Pearson, Q.C.(C) 

DLOTHIA.H [9U8S7] 

12.924 
W, E.Gh\dMtonc(L) 

Unop. 



8403 
Sir C, J. Pearson, Q.C. (C) 
Uiwp, 



D* 



4259 
A, Asher, Q.C. (L) 



Unop. 



5796 
C. H* Anderson , Q. C. 

ID 1901 

Sir G. M. Grant, BL 

(LUJ 1872-119 

JItfr. Aiuleraon died. 
Oct. 8, 1889 (5S14) :- 
J. a Keay ilA 2573 

a B. Logan (LU) at)44-a29 



DON lS3,m)] 

9869 
r, W. Giuy \iZ) 
E. B, Barnard {V\ 



4\4S 



13,234 

W. E. GkMiKtono(L) 5SI5 
Col. A, G. Wauch- 
ope (C) 6155-680 



II 



4182 
A. Ashor, Q,C, IL> 
J. A. Grant (LU) 



5616 
J. S, Keay a^} 
Sir W. C. GuD, Bt, 



1638 
1127-511 



(LUJ 



1!}7S^643 



Cyiil Dorkl, Q,C. (U J^21 



I 



L^lBEHAh VEAU BOOTS., \^f!^. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



255 



1895 

BDINBUROH, 80U!FH 

12,053 
R. Ck)x (LU) 4802 

Herbert Paul (L) 4706-94 
Mr. Cox died, 
June 19, 1899 (13,891) :- 
A. Dewar <L) 5820 

Gen. A. G. Wanch- 
ope (C) 4969-831 



BDINBUROH, WB8T 

8452 
L. Mlver (LU) 

Unop, 



BDINBUROH and 8T. M 

9195 . 
Sir C. J. Pearson, (J.C. (C) 
Unop. 
Sir C. J, Pearson made a 

Judge, 
Mayl2, 1896 (9195) :— 
SirW.iPrie8tley(C) Unop. 
Sir TV. Prieatley died. 
May3,1900(9967r:- 
Sir J. B. Tuke (C) Unop. 

BDINBUROH8HIRB, MI 

13,750 
Sir T. D. G. Car- 

michael, Bt (L) 6090 
Maa.Hon.N.Dal- 

rymple (LU) 5631-450 



BIiOIN DI8TRIGT 

4441 

A. Aflher, Q.C. (L) 1853 
C. T. Gordon (LU) 1161-692 



BIiOIN and NAIRN 

5669 
Hon. J. E. Gordon 

(C 2147 

J. S. Keay (L) 2019-128 



B88BX, BA8T, ov MJUi 

10,041 
Hon. C. H. Strutt 

(C) 4618 

Cyril Dodd, Q.C. (L) 4006-612 



1900 

14,794 
Sir A. N. Agnew, 

Bt (C) 5766 

A. Dewar (L) 5655-111 



Sir L. Mlver, Bt. 

(LU) 
E. Adam (L) 



4180 
2645-1535 



NDRBW8 UNIYBR8ITI 

9987 
Sir J. B. Tuke (C) 

Unop. 



DliOTHIAN 

13 901 
Master of Elibank 

(L) 5804 

CoL Hon. N. Dal- 

rmiple-Hamilton 

(C) 5490-314 



4535 
A. Asher, Q.C. (L) 1744 
J. Moffatt (C) 1187-557 

Mr. Asher died. 
Sept. 8, 1905 (4748):— 
J. E. Sutherland (L) 2474 
P. Rose-Innes (C) 1021-1453 

5974 
Hon. J. E. Gordon 

(C) 2334 

A. WilUamson (L) 2159-175 



DON 

10,018 
Hon. C. H. Strutt 

(O) 4649 

J. M. Henderson (L) 3301-1348 



1906 

16,832 
A. Dewar, K.C. (L) 8945 
W. C. Smith, K.C. 
(LU) 5085-3860 



Sir L. Mlver, Bt. 

(LU) 3949 

L. H. Courtney (L) 3643-306 



B8 

11,131 
Sir J. B. Tuke (C) 4893 
J. St. Loe Strachey 
(Free Trade) 2310-2583 



15,711 
Lord Dalmeny (L) 8348 
F. J. Usher (C) 5131-3217 



4867 
J. E. Sutherland (L) 2742 
E. N. B. Mackenzie 
(C) 786-1956 



6757 
A. Williamson L) 3006 
H. Hope (C) 1546-1460 



10,613 
T. R. Bethell (L) 
Hon. C. H. Strutt 
(C) 



4773 
4624-149 



LIBERAL TKAB BOOK, 1W», 



256 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



18S6 



fi8SlIX, MID, OF GHISLM'BFORD [02,679] 



iri77 

R, B. Martin (L) 



4321 
3079-1242 



ESSEX, NORTH, op SAF 

931)6 
H. C. GardiKi!' (L) 4755 
Hon. C. H. Strutt 
(C) 3(»(JQ-1749 



ESSEX, NORTH-EAST, 

io,yi 

J. Round [C) 45S4 

J. JackHOn (L) 3824-7i 

BSSEX, SOUTH, or RO 

12,591 
J. Wohtlake, Q.C. 

iU 4370 

J. Thoobald (C) 43ue-tJ4 



ESSEX, SOUTH EAST 

CoL W. T. MakiDH 

(c t mm 

W. H- WUls (L) 3500-307 

EBBEXp BOUTH-HTEBT, 

U.233 
E, N. Buxton (L) 4300 
T. C. Baring (C) 4125-175 



m7 

W. J. Beudel ICl Unop. 

Mr. Be4idel died. 
April 30. 1892 (9333) :- 
T- Uaborne |C) Unop. 

FRON WAL.DEM [43,030] 

93()6 
H. C. Gardner (L> 405© 
a. W. BrewiB (C) 3319-740 



OF HARWICH [62,li20] 

10,141 
J. Round (C^ 4023 

J. WickB (L} 23-22^2301 

MFORD t217,08d] 
12,591 
J, Theobald {G} 4233 
J, H/Web«ter(L^ 1755-247B 
J. Weatlako, Q.C, 
(LU) 1457 



[97,057] 

'13R7 
M^jLF. C. Rasch (C) 3758 
WTH. Wills (L) 29ie-843 



1892 

9333 
T. UBborne IC} 4168 
I»r W* E- Grigsby 
(L) 279&-l3fl9 



9098 
H. C. Gardner (L) 
P, V. Smith (C) 



10,904 
J. Round (C) 
R. Varty IL) 



4112 

3807-^ 



lfi.750 
J. Theobald {C) 6724 
H. H, Raphael (U 6542-UJ 
Mr. Theohald died. 
April 2, 1894 a9,OI0^ ;— 
A, Money Wigram 

(C) 7573 

J. H. Bethell (I.) 6880-4ffiS 



11,080 
MftJ. F. e. Raech tC> 4901 
E. W. Brooks {L) 4359-542 



or WAIiTH AM STOUT [135, .5491 

11,233 
CoL W. T. Making 

iC) 4461 

A, Spicer (L) 



ESSEX, WEST, OF EPPI HO [58,790] 
1(230 
Sir H. J. Selwyrl- 
Ibbetaon,Et.(L■^ 1650 
E. B. Baruai-d {L) 2915-1744 



Evi:rton— j*ec Liverpool. 
KvEaKAM— «ee VVoroesterb 
ExanASQK—Ree Liverpool. 

EXETER [53;141J 
f?9B3 
Hon. H, S. North- 

cote iO :i315 

E. Johnson {L) 3U74-iI41 



7 



15,323 
E. W. Byrno, Q.C, 

W. B. Whltting- 



hatii (L) 



6115 
4065-1150 



9176 
Sir H. J. SoUvyn-Ibbetaoii. Col Mark Lock- 
Bt. (C| wood {C} Aim 

Unop. a. B. He ward (L) 2738^1798 



A963 
Hon. H- S, North- 

cot43 (C) 3222 

E, JohtiHOU (L) 2879-343 



7W2 
Hon. &it H. S. 

Northoote. Bt. (C> 3884 
A, K. Dunn (L) 3329-365 



f^lBKBAL TBI^B BOOK, \«^^< 



m 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



267 



1885 

BS8BX, MID, ov GHBIiM 

9774 
T. Usbome (C) 

Unop, 



1900 

8FORD 

10,341 
Mai. F. C. Rasoh 

(C) 4978 

C. S. Henry (L) 1849-3129 



BSSBX, NORTH, ov SJLF 



C. Gold (L) 
C. W. Gray (C) 



3381-425 



FRON WJUiDBN 

8556 
Hon. A. Wodehouse 

(L) 3247 

C. W. Gray (C) 3137-110 

Mr. Wodehouse died. 



B88BX, NORTH -BAST, 

11.296 
J. Round (C) 4566 

R. Varty (L) 2685-1881 

B88BX, SOUTH, ov RO 

20,779 
A. Money Wigram 

(C> 8257 

J. H. Bethell (L) 6430-1827 
Mr, Money Wigram re- 
I signed. 

Feb. 1, 1897 (23,475) :- 
I li. Sinclair (C) 8156 

H. H. Raphael (L) 8031-125 

B88BX SOUTH-BAST 

13,640 
MaJ. F. C. Rasch 

(C) 5160 

D. M. Watson (L) 3520-1940 

B88BX, SOUTH -WB8T, 

17,747 
B. W. Byrne, Q.C. 

(C) 6876 

Arthur Pollen (L) 4523-2353 
Mr, Byrne made a Judge, 



May 31, 1901 (8550) :- 
J. A. Pease (L) 
C. W. Gray (C) 

ov HARlfflCH 

12,185 
J. Round (C) 



3994 
3202-792 



Urvop, 



MFORD 

29,316 
L. Sinclair (C) 10,450 
Hon. L. Holland 
(L) 7388-3062 



15.169 
Col. B. TufneU (C) 5815 
R. Whitehead (L) 4461-1354 



ov WAIiTHAM STOW 

24,187 
D. J. Morgan (C) 9807 
Sam Woods (L) 7342-2465 



Feb. 3. 1897 (19,845) :— 
Sam Woods (L) 6518 
T. R. Dewar (C) 6239-279 

BS8BX, WBST, OF BPPI 

9771 
CoL Mark Lockwood (C) 
Unop. 



BXBTBR 

8196 
Hon. Sir H. S. 

Northoote.Bt.(C)3857 
A. S. HoBK (L) 3363-494 
air H. S. Northcote ap- 
pointed Governor of 
Bombay. 
Nov. 6^890(8605) :- 
Sir E. Vincent (C) 4030 
Allan H. Bright (L) 3371-650 



NO 

10,129 
Col. Mark Lockwood (C) 

Unop. 



8706 
Sir E. Vincent (C) 4001 
Allan H. Bright (L) 3388-613 



1906 

11,767 
Sir F.C. Rasch, Bt. 



sl% 



A. H. Dence (L) 



4915 
4461-154 



8779 
J. A. Pease (L) 4203 
SirW.Barttelot,Bt. 
(C) 2935-1268 



13,144 
A. Levy Lever (L) 
H. K. Newton (C) 



5650 
5308^342 



45,579 
J. H. Bethell (L) 21,534 
L. Sinclair (C) 12,679-^55 



20,591 
R. Whitehead (L) 9230 
Capt J. R. New- 
man (C) 7170-2060 



35,321 
J. A. Simon (L) 15,011 
W. L Shard (C) ll,074r5B37 



11,374 
Col. Mark Lock- 
wood (C) 5204 
S. B. Heward (L) 4030-1174 



9567 
SirG.Kekewich(L) 
Sir E. Vincent (C) 



4469 
4384-85 



X4T^Bm\L TBJiVR ^OOK, 1^^^, 



TME HOUSE OF COMMONS 



Eye— s«e Suffolk. 

FAIiKIKK DISTBICT |76. 
7111 
J. Ram Hay (JVl 310^1 

S, L. Mason (C) 2a>t4MK> 
J. G. Weir (L> 811 

J. RcmWU (L) U 

Falmouth— see Pknryn. 
Farkham— see Hampshire. 
F A VK Ran AM— see Kent. 

F&RMAHJiOH, NORTB 

W. Rcjdmond (X) 3255 
J. C. Bioomrteld <C) 2aJ2-i3a 



H. Campbell ^N) 3571 

F. T. Bi-ooke(C) 2181-1393 

FIPB, EAS^T [51,4n] 

J. H. Kiiuiear (L) 4a33 

J. Gilmour (C^) 2577-19541 

PIFD, WBai? [TlSm 
Mm 
Hod. R. P, Bi'uce (L) 



Unop. 



Win SBORir, CENTRAL 

74fl2 
IL Speii^ley (L) 2801 
S. lamLO (C) '^14-547 

FINSBURY, EAST [39,827] 
6105 
J. Bigwood (C) 2055 

J. Rowljimk (L| 2035-20 



FINSBURY, HOLBORK 

iftilJ-J 
Col F, rniiiC4iii (C) 4(>i7 
C. HarriHOii IL) 247S-1A7I 



WltlHT DISTRICT [^l.Mlj 

J. Rulmrt^ {L} /S3a 

-fi I*. Pammnt (C) mS-t^i 




TUl 
W. P. Siiidrtir ILUf 2712 
Uitrrj Smith {L) '2fJ93-15J 



133,5351 

SQgT 
W. Redmond (N) 3128 
W. H, Aixihdalo (C) *iStJ2-280 



[31,8051 

6855 
H. (Campbell (N) 3553 
F, T, Brooke (O 232(^-r233 



H. EL Aftquith (L) 2883 
J,B,iaiiJiear(LU^ 2189-374 



M29 
Hon. R, P. Bnico (L> C/iniJp. 
Mr. Bmtce remgned, 
July 5, isaa (8812) :- 
A. BlrreU (L\ 3331 

H. 0. E. Wemyss 
<LU^ 2758-798 

[64,077] 

7-162 
Capt. F. T. Pen to 11 (C)2245 
Hon. H. Spcmdoy (L) 2240-5 



6105 
J. Rowlands (L) 
J. Bigwood (CI 



1973 
1912-61 



1692 



8402 
Harry Smith (U 
W. P. Sinclair (LU> 3177-639 



[61,904] 

8802 
Col F. Duncan (C) mni 
D. Naoroji (L) ItlDO-nOl 

Cot. Ihimutviiied. 
Nov. 2W. isaa (11,383):— 
GaiijHfuid Bruce, 

Q.C. iC^ 43fl8 

Earl CoiuptOQ fL) 3433-005 

3773 
J. Roberta (U 1*^^ 

Sir H. M. Jack30n, 
BL (C) u«a^ia.v 



5937 
R. M, Dane {V) 
J. J ordan (NJ 



5788 
P. McGilliKsin (N> 
A-PattonfLU) 



287» 



2IM1 



0133 
H.H,Asquith, Q.C, 

(LI 374S 

J. OUmour {C) 3140-281 

A. BirreU (L) £015 

R. Yellow loe^^LU) 1633-3SB3 



8311 
D. Naormi (L> 2900 

Capt.R T. Pent^n (C) 2966-3 



0f»7O 
J. Rowlands (Ll 2383 
W. L. Sh^ulwuU 4C| 20e&-280 



12.214 
GalnRford Bruce, 

iiS'AC) 4S140 

a. Ral^uiinii (I>ab) 2477-3472 
.Ur. Bruce made a Judge, 
AnK, 12, 18it2J12-2141:— 
Sir CharleH Hall Q.C. {C\ 

Unop^l 

371(1 
3.\\.\J^l^NV*U,S 1883 



LIBERAL ^EA.B. BOOK, \Q(^. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907- 



259 



1895 



FAEiKIRK BIB'TRICT 

John Wilpon iLU) m75 
Ha^rry Smith (H 3fcri-253 



KBRM ANJIGH, KORTH 

R. M. DaM to 2182 

Tkfr. iJan* made a Co. Co. 
Judffe. 

Not. 1,1898(5325):— 

K. M. Archrtalc (C) 2568 

!>. E. C. Thomp- 
son aC} a(}91-477 

FERMANAGH, SOUTH 

5519 



FIHSBUR7, GBNTRAIi 

S911 
Hoik W. F, Masf^ey- 

Mai n waring (C^ 3588 
IK Xrtoi^l ^L) 2783-805 

FINSBURir, EABT 
5810 
H. C. Richards {C) 236« 
J. Rowlands ^L) 1990-270 



FIHSBIHET, ROIiBORN 

1L717 
Sir Charles IIn.U, Q.C. (C^ 

Unop, 
Sir a F^reW diefZ. 
March, '23. 19(W (10,903):— 
J. F. HoiuDant (C> 

FI-IHT DISTRICT 

3853 
J, H, I^T^/rt' (L^ 1S2S 



1900 



10.388 
John WilROii ihlJ) 4222 
J. j\. M« Macdonald 
(L> 4022-300 



a242 
K. M, Archrtalo (0) 

Mr, A rchd^lc resiffncd. 
March 20, lt|f)3 {5213):— 
E. Mit«heU (ICf 2*07 
Capt. J. Craig {€) agw-lSS 



J. Jordan (Nt 2792 


J. Jordan (X^ 2753 
T. S. BalOeraby (C) lQej-771 


Sir A. D, Brooke, 


Bt. {C) 2n9&-e9(J 




IFB, BAST 




9432 


9S05 


H. H. Asqnith, 


H. H. Asqnith, 


Q.C. {L) 4332 
J.GilmourjC) 3616-716 


q^\ \L} 4141 
A. H. B. Constable 


IFB, WEST 


(C^ 2710-1431 


10,637 


11,206 


A.BijTell,Q.C,(L)4719 


J. D. Hope (L) 4352 


R. G. E. WemyKd 


G. W, Kalst^ri {LU) 2374-lff;S 


(LU) 2965-1764 





8^ 
Hon, W. F. Masscy- 

Main waring' {C) 2873 
J, Beiwon (L) 2523-349 

H.C.RJchatd3,Q.a 

(C) 2174 

J. Allen Baker (L) 1827-347 
Mr, RichardH died. 
June 2ft, 1905 (53fn!) :— 
J. Allen Bjiker ID 2320 
N, L. Cohen {C) 1052-768 



10.9fi3 
J, F, Remnant <C) 



3581 
J. H. L©wifl <h) 



UTwp. 



1906 



12,0fiS 
J, A, M. Maedon- 

ald {L) 
H. B, Keith (C) 
D. Gilmour (Lab) 



5063 
G. FelherHton- 

hanjfh (C> 
E. Mitchell ilC) 



J. Jordan (N^ 



5158 

31711-1082 

1703 



2419 
2331-SS 



Unop. 



H. H. Aflqnith, 

K.C. {L) 4723 

Mig, J. GOmOTir (C) 3271W414 

15,272 
J. D, Hope ID mf2 

N, B. Constable (C) 177(^4916 



8279 
W. C. Simdman (L) 34^^ 
K. A. GiJuldinfr {C) 27lK*-e»l 



5326 
J. Alleti Baker (L) 2461 
CoLA-CKWolby 
(C) 1772-689 



9242 
J. K Remnant {C) 3881 
Dr. a MiaU (L) 270e-1175 



n r, PeDtiAnt C) lafiS^ies J. L. Price tc^ 






\ 



X^ftJy^SV^ 




LIBBBAL TBAK BOO^ 1W%. 



a 



2m 



THE ROUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 1886 

FliIITTSHIRB [SS,^fm 

rnsmi 10,081 

Lord R. GrosYenor S. Smith <L> 

(L) 4758 

Hon. H. L. MOBtjn 

jC) 3132-1036 

Lord E. Grosvetior rais€4i 

to peerage as Lard Stai- 

bridge. 
March 3, 1886 U0,C^1>:- 
S. Smith ^L) 424S 

R P. PeTinant(C) 2738^1510 

Forest of Dkan— see Glouo bstershtre;. 

FORFAB SHIRK [^,615] 
11,232 
J. W. Baralay (L) 6167 
W, A. LinAsiiy {V} 18ol-J3fl6 



Unop. 



FHOMR— see SOBCERBET* 
FULHAM [137,349] 

W. Hay©fi Fisher (Cf 2^2 
G, W. E. RiiBBell (L| 259ft-52 

Gainsborouoh— «€« Lenool 

O ALWA7 [ie,2.571 

T.Rrr Connor {X)13:i7 
T.G.RHaUett(C| ltM-1171 
JIfr. O'Connor elected to sit 
for Liverpool, Scotland* 
Feb. l].l88S(2■265):- 
CapL W. H. O'Shea 

M. A. Lynch <N) ^-888 



OAIilffAirp OONNBHAR 

5842 
R J. Foley (Nit' 

XJn&p. 

OAIiWAY^ EAST [41,392] 
8083 
M. Harris (N) 486fl 
Hon.R. A.Nugtsnt 
iC) 35!i4514 

OALWA7» NORTH [46.4»3] 

Col. J, P. Nolan {H) 

Chop. 



Unop. 




11,^2 
J. W. Barclay (LIT) 3S39 
D. C. Giithrio (L) 3432-407 



&499 
W. HayoB Fiaher (CJ 2557 
G. W. E. Rueaell \h) 2247-310 



X Puikerton <N) 



t/nop. 



A [16,698] 

5812 
R J. Foley {N^ 



3QS3 
M* Harris INt 
Mr, Harris died. 



Vnop. 

Unop. 



May 14, ISHlMolHlJ:-^ 

J. Roche (Nl UniOp, 

5»1» 
Col. J. R Nolan (N) 



1892 

10,075 
S. Smith CL> 1587 

Sir R, A Cunliife, 
Bt. (LU) 3145^14^ 



11,307 
J. Rigby, Q.C. (L) 4943 
J. W. Barclay (LUt 44177-586 
Sir J". Higby appointed a 

Lord of Appeal . 
Nov. 17, ISm (12,010):— 
Hon. C. M. RamBay 

(C) 6115 

H. EobBon (li) ^839-286 



11,366 
W. Hayeft Fisher (C) 43R5 
W. D. Baniett ^L) 4154-211 



X PinkerloiHNl 
A. Lynch (P( 



mi 



01 



681& 
R J. Foley (N) 
J, A. Joyce (P) 



J. Roche (N) 
J. Lynan (P) 



sum 



»74-2408 



Col. J. P. Nolan (P) 2040 
Unop, Dr. C. K, Tanner \Ki 16&1J89 



722fi 
D. Shoehy 1N> 



Uniop. 






«a \ 



I^IBBTBAL ^BAR BOOK, iWft* 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 



261 



1S05 

FLIHTSRIBIS 

S. Smith (L) 4376 

f oL H. Howard \V\ 3925-451 



\ 






FORFARSHIRE 

12,010 
J. M. T\Tiit« \U 5139 
Hon. C. M. Eamgay 

I.C) iT18-441 

Mn White rcm^ed. 
Jan. 3()p lS&7a2,2ti»):- 
Capt. J. Sinclair ID 5423 
Hoti. C. M. RaiiiRay 

^Cl i965--15S 

FUKiHAH 

i2jie 

W* Hay OS Fiahcr 

E. A. Cornwall iU 3915-1463 
W. Parnell {Uih} 196 



GALWAT 

1759 
J. Pkikertoti (X| 596 
E. l^umy (P) 165-131 

M. Moms (C^ aaa 



^ 



OALWA7, COHHEHAR 

7155 
W. O'Mfilky (N) 

GALWAY, BAST 

7288 
J, Roche (N^ 

Unop, 



OAI.WAY, NORTH 

lo^tiai 

rx Kilbride jN) 2flfl0 
Col. J. R Nolan (P) 2025-5a5 



OALWAY, SOUTH 



1900 

10.774 
8- Smith \^^ 4528 

Col. H. Howard <C) 3922-606 



12,313 
Capt J. Sinclair fD 1962 
Hon. C. Mi Ramsay 
(C^ 4714-^248 



msm 

W. Hayes Fisher 

(C^ 6541 

E. A. Cornwall (L) 4247-3291 



2309 
Hon. M. Monis (C> SS2 
E. Leamy {H) 763-119 

Mr. Morrht succeeded to 

pteragt tw Lord KiUanin. 
.Nov. 21, 19U1 eziefi):— 
A, Lynch (H) 1247 

Hon* Horace Plun- 

kett (C:) 473-774 

Mr. Lynch eonmcttd of high 

treason, 
March 9, MS (*2347) :— 
C. K. Devlin <N» Unop. 



W. O^Malley <N} 



J. Roche (N> 



Unop. 



Unop. 



10.475 
CoL J. P. Nolan (N) 



Unop, 



W, J. Duffy (N\ 



1906 



1L892 
J. H. Lewies ^L) 
Col. A. Edwai-drt 
(C) 



3572-2723 



r^.644 
CapL J. Sinclair (L)e796 
J. M. BeinardlLUj 3277-3519 



30,620 
T, Da vice (L> 8037 

W. Hayes Fiwher (C| 7407-630 



2200 
C, R. Devlin (N) 

Urwp. 
Mr, Devlin resioned. 
Nov. 3, mm \tm) : - 
St^^phen Gwynn (M 983 
Capt. t^hawe-Taylor 
tD) 5«M^ 



6138 
W. OTMalley (Nl 



Unop. 



7197 
J. Roche IN) \'^'i ' 

Unop, 



T. Higein-s (N^ 2585 

CoLJ.P.NoIan (X) 1004-1521 

Mr. Biggins died. 

Feb.28;mi6{7688):« 

R. Hazlcton t,N\ i:j^^^. 



Unop. 



^^f^.:3.^^^^ v^^ 



\ 



\3ttf)f^- 



1.IBKRAL ye^^:r mooK, \W^* 



262 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

GATEBHEAB, {lO&,Sm 
13.2*16 

(Li 5756 

J,H, BottoinIey( C^302l-2732 



GLAMOROAN6HI8B. E 

Alfred Thomas {L) 4S86 

G. U Clark (O 2086^2800 

OIiAMOMQANSHtHfi, M 

81179 
a li. M. Talbot (L) 

Unop. 



GliAMORGANSHIRE, R 

8210 
W. Abraham iU 3&t0 
R L. Davis (C) 29^2^7 

Ot^MOROANBHUlE, S 

mm 

A. J. WiUirtniH m 3[H5 
J. T. Dillw^ii- 
Llewcirn <C) 3351-591 

QliAMOROAHBHIRE, H 

F. A. Yoo iU 5&m 

H, N. MJers (C) 3103-3457 



OIiASOOW, BXiAOKFRI 

M725 
Mitchell Henry ih) 3759 
W. O, Mau^hnii tt !) 3137-622 
J. Shaw Maxwoll 
tCrf.) 1156 

QI.A600W, BRIBOSSTON 

wm 

K R. R\i8flell (L) 3601 

E. V. A. Maitland 
JCI 3-178-123 

V. Foi-Kyth (Lab) 978 



1B86 



13,2W 
Hon. W. H. James (L) 



tJnop. 



AST rK)5.5771 

8511 
Alfred Thomas (L^ 



Unop. 



^^ 



ID [82,738] 

897R 
C. R. M, Talbot ih) Unop. 
Mr. Talbot died. 

S. T. EmnH (L) Unop. 

HONDDA \Sg,^m] 

mm 

W. Ahraham \h) 

Unojj. 

OUTH [103.8S3] 
SSCW 
A. J. %\^illiamB «L) 31tl7 
J. Mo watt I LU) 2177-] 330 



EST, or GO WEB [62.^19] 

irj,fl62 
F. A. Yco (U Unop. 

Mr, Yeo died. 
Marcb 27, 1888 aO,89Cl) :^ 
D. Rand ell (L^ 3964 

J. T. DUlwyii' 
Llewelyn (C> 3353-e(« 

ARB [76,122] 

R725 
A. D, Provand {L> 4201 
Mitchell Henry (LU) 3337-861 



[91.2421 

10.0S3 
E. R, RnBHoll (L^ 43fii 
C. Mackenzie (C) 3567-797 
Afr. RnsmU remgnfd. 
AtiK^ 2, 1887 (10.065) :— 
SirG.O/rrevelyan, 

Bt. iU 4f^i 

Hon. Evelyn Ashley 

(LU) 3253-1401 



GLASDOW, CAHLACHIE [78,0111 
92^0 



H. Watt (L) 
T, A. Moid KV 
J: Martin (L) 



4047 

2im-1164 
177 



£620 
H. Watt^L) 
B. Rurleigh ^LU) 



ftifi7 
3308-iri9 



1892 



Jl 



13,1581 
Hon. W.R James fL)53a6 
P. Ralli (LU) 60I3-! 

Mr. Jameff svcce^^^drd to 

peemffe as Lord Narth- 

Imvrne. 
Feb. 21, 1893 (14,f©0) :— 
W. Allan (L) 6134 

P. lUlli (LU) 5566-868 

11,741 
Alfred ThomaJ^ (L) 5764 
H. V. L«w is (C) 2797-2967 



11,373 
S. T. Evan« (L> 
F. C. Grove <C| 



mm 

W. Abraham (Lr) 



5^1 V 



Unop^ 



12,181 
A. J. Willianis (L) 4713 
Sir M, Morgan (G) 3825-918 



11,^ 
D. Rj^ndell (L> 



Unop. 



0108 
A. D. Provand (L) 4H« 
A. Stuart (Cj aCKkVloel 



10,512 
SirG.O.Trovelyan, 

Bt. {U 4729 

W. C. Maugban (C | 3351-1378 



9716 
A. Cro8« (LU> 
J. M Culloch \U 
\1. U. <_'vu\v\mKhttTno 



3155 V 
an84-37lT 



X.IBKRAL. YEAB. BOOIS^ \WB* 







^ 


I'OLL'BOOK, 1885-1007, ?.f18 




1895 


1900 




1906 


GATE SHE AD 










H.383 


1(1,*335 




i«.mi 




W. Allan \h) 6137 


W, Allan (L) 


ai5S7 


J. Jobnson ^L ajid 




J. LucoH (LU) S65'1^83 


J. SherbnmjLUj 


5711-946 


Lab) iJ*J31 






Sir FF. Allan die^ 


^ 


SirT. V.S.An|Jrier 






Jan, 20, IttM (17,t^n 


;^ 


\hV) 512S-I525 






J. JiDhn^ion (L and 










Lab) 


R2an 








Vifict Morpoth 










(LU) 


7015-120S 






OLAMORGAN8HIH13, E 


ABT 








12,^181 


l^Jiir^ 




2(>,3.'W 




L Alfred Tlionitu^ IL) fia<>5 


Alfred Thonia.NjL| mm 


Sir Alfred Thaina** (LI 

Unop. 




■ e. J. Jackson <C) 3909-2l4fi 


Miij. H. Lindsay {C) 4<J80-2914 




1 OliAMOHOANSHIRE. H 


ID 








! U.5ai 


13,fi«fJ 




KkSOO 
8. T. K vanw, KA'. (h) Unop. 
Mr.^ Evann appointed He- 




a T. Evans (U «?1'J 


a T. Evans (Lj 


7027 




J, E. Vaughun (C| 'iOSo-aSTT 


H. PbnilpB {C) 


2244-4783 










eorder of Su'atvictt, 










Oet. 8. um (16. 201 n :- 

S, T, E vana. K. V. {h) Unop. 












UlUlMOItGAHSIORE, R 


HONDDA 








WAia 


UMii 




15.181 




W. Abmhnm (L) 


\\\ Abraham HA 


8383 


W. Abrabam(L) 




Unop. 


K. HugbeH {V) 


1874-6509 


Unop. 




GLAMOROANSHTRE, 8 


OUTH 








IVJ^Jl 


17.970 




a\54l 




Mcij. VVjndbaiii- 


Maj, WyiidhHUi- 




W. Rmee ll^b^ 10,511 




Quln (C) 6747 


Quln (€} 


B841 


t'oK Wyndhani- 


M 


A. J. WiliiAUis ID dWiiL'-S*!"* 


W. H. Morgan (L) 


H^iii-i-SlW 


Quin ((■) e.OIKMllS 


m 


QLAMORGAH8HlltE. W 


EST, OF G OWE II 






m 


llMfiU 


I2;2i!7 




13,fia4 


■ 


1 D. Kandell (L) Qf/Tl 
1 C. H. GlAacodine 


J, A, TboinaH m 


4276 


J. Williamis (Lab) l&H 




J. Hodge (Lab> 


31i53-4a3 


T. J. WmUutift (].) 4.v>i-31fl 




I (C> 2286-3818 

1 






E. Holme (C'> l«3«* 


K 


QLA800W. BLAGKFRI 


ARfi 






■ 


wjm 


10,301 




9761 




A. I), Pixjviind iL) 3HJ6 


A. Bonar Law (t 1 


413Q 


G* N. Banits. <LRC) 3284 




A Htiiart K) 2727-381 


A. IK FrovandiLJ 


3ltO^!J9() 


A. BojiAr l^iw a ') 2974-310 




J. Shnw Maxwell 






A. ]). Provand (L) 2iia« 




(ILPJ «8 










OLASOOVr, BRIDOETOK 










1U,181 


llJtJ6 




11,421 




SlrG.(>.Ti^n«Jy»in. 


C. 8, l)ick,soii.Q.a 




J. W. rielantl (L) 5585 




BL ILI 3101 


A. I\ Muri*«jn 4L) 


5im 


* . aiHekfion.K.C. 




a a DickMon <rj 2719-442 

J. R WftLson (ILPI rtOM 


404l-i#l 


<C) 401t^-].'J06 










^H 


iSfir €?. 0. Tretelj/an re- 








^H 


ftiffned. 


% 






^H 


Feb. 15. 1897 (l(l.93tl) :- 










Sir C, Cameron. Hi. 










IL) 4aM$ 










C. 8. Dickson. Q.(\ 










(CI 4381-125 










OLiAftOOW, CAMtiAGHIB 








H>.<M8 ' 10,47« 




10.174 




A. <>otw (LL:^ 31«8 


A^CrtmihUi 


4345 


A. Cro«« (LU) 8119 




a OhiiiholmJL» 2407-701 
H. BDiUlie ilLF) 606 


A.K. FlQtober(Lab)31W'l23B 


W. M, R. Prlnglo 








<L) 2871-248 










J. Burgoa** (LRC) 2attH 










\ 


\ 


^^^^^^^K I^BBRAL YBAB BQCIL^ IS^^Sft^^^^^^H ^ 


J 



264 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



1886 



13.2(6 I 131,208 

G. Belth iU 6816 J. G, A. Baird (C) 5780 

J. G. A. Biiinl (C) 477W 10fi7 G. Belth \L) 4^23-1357 



GLASGOW* COI^LSOIB 

11 934 
Dr. C, Caraeron (L^ 6*I>2 
Sir W. CiiniuK- 
hame, Bt. {Q 413&-1623 



OLASGOW, ST, ItOLXiOX 

J. Mel ulloch (L) iSoO 
J, N. CuthbortBon 
{€} 4824-136 



GLASGOW. TR&DB3TO 

A. Cameron Cor- 
bett (L) 4354 

J. Bomorvell (C) 3S4(}-liy 

W, McG» Grcavea 
(I) 86 



[111^492] 

11.9»1 
Dr. C. Cftineron (L) IS80 
B. V. Cftliipbijll (LU> 4225-655 



1118,026] 

11.938 
J. Caldwell {LV\ 
P. S. Mttcliver {h} 



4788 
lfidy-119 



N 171,278] 

9222 
A- Canieron Cor- 

bett (LU) 38T8 

J. M, JX Meiklejohn 
(L) 3174-704 



GLASGOW AND ABEB BBBH UNIlTBItSITnSS 

J, A. Campbell (C^ Vnop. J. A. Campbell {V} JTnop, 



GLOUGESl*BiIt [45J4B] 
4a47 
T. Robini^on MA 2222 

w. K. Walt (C) nm-mi 

OLOOCESTBRSHIRi:, E 

10,157 
A* B.WIiUcrbotham 

(L) 1782 

J;e. Dorliigtoii (C) 1037-715 



ASV, or GIRESNCBSTER [49,557] 

1(1157 
A. B. WintorboLliam (L) 



4547 
T. RoblnRon (L) 
J. Ward {V\ 



190S 
1713-195 



1882 



J, 0» A, Baird (C) 6121 
W. Menzies {U 6345-87e 



13.8U9 
Dr. C. Cameron \U 5804 
Sir J. S. MaxweU. 

Bt. (C) 4758^1iHli 

K. Brodi« (I^b> 225 



13.785 
Sir J. M. Car- 

michael. Bl. <L> 
Hon. H. F. Elliot 



6247 
4891-1356 



A. Catttcron Corbet t 
(LU) 3366 

J. Caldwell <L) 3197-1G9 

B. Burk^iKiMl-iib) 783 



8525 
J. A. Caiupbell ^C) 



T. Robinson ^L) 
C. J. Monk ^LU) 



LhiQ]p. 



2885 
2800-55 



Unop. 



GLOOC ESTER SHI RE« FOREST OF DIE AN [53,267] 



H45S 
T. Blake (L) 
Hon. J. W. Plim- 
kett tC> 



5113 
2421-2722 



y^l5S 

T. Blake (L) 3S22 

F. K Luoas {JA3) 2415-1407 
Mr. Biake rmiifned, 
July 29. 1^(7(10.032) :— 
6. B* Samuel son 

(L) 4286 

H Wyi\dl\am {Z) ^m-\Kfl 




I0.0G5 
A.B.Wliiterbotlmm 

(L) 4307 

CoLT.W.C.Ma>^ter 

iCi 4aM-153 

Mr. fVintrrbotham died. 

Oct. 13, 1802 muim :— 

Col. T. W. C. Ma^^ler 

(C| 4277 

H. K Vv\ LawBon (L) 4371-3 
On P'etUion und iSci^ntittU' 
votes found equal ttud 
elect iwi declared vouL 
Feb. 23. 18a3 (10,048) :— 
H. U W, r.rfiww>n iU 4687 
Coi T, W, C. Master 
{C) 4445-242 

10,782 
S[rC.W.Dilke,Bt 

(L^ 5360 

M. \V. C. Wcmyas 

IC) 2912-2118 



LIBERAI^ YKAB. "BOOVL, \W^, 



I 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1007. 



265 



1895 

OliJ&SOOW, OBNTRAIi 

16,107 
J. 6. A. Baird (C) 5621 
£. Adam (L) 3792-1829 

GI4A8GOW, COUUBOB 

U,967 
Sir J. a Maxwell, 

Bt.(C) 5S64 

Sir C. Cameron, 

Bt. (L) 421»-1145 

i GliASOOW, ST. ROLIiOX 

14,724 
F. Faithfull Besx 



Slrj. M. Car- 



4561 



michael, Bt. (L) 4200-361 
J. E. Woolacott 
(ILP) 405 

OULSGOW, TRADBSTO 

10,172 
A Cameron Cor- 
bett (LU) 



O. Oreen (L) 
F. Smith (HiP) 



3373 

2568-605 



1900 

15,181 
J. G. A. Baird (C) 



Unop, 



15,975 
Sir J. S. Maxwell, 

Bt (C) 6629 

R. Paterson (L) 5160-1469 



16,896 
John Wilson (LU) _ 
T. McKinnon Wood 
(L) 



6049-183 



GULSOOW AND ABBR 

8789 
J. A Campbell (C) Unop. 



GIiOUCRSTRR 

6900 
C. J. Monk (LU) 3264 
A S. Wells (L) 2791-473 

OIiOUORSTRRSHIRB, B 

9625 
Hon. A B. Bathurst 

(C) 4509 

H. L. W. Lawson 

(L) 4294-215 



GLOUCBSTBRSHIRB, F 

11,002 
Sir C. W. Dilke, Bt. Oj) 

Unop, 



N 

9671 
A. Cameron Cor- 

bett (LU) 4389 

W. Maxwell (L) 2786-1604 



DBBN UNnrBRSITIBS 

9397 
J. A Campbell (C) Unop. 



7496 
Russell Rea (L) 
P. Ralli (LU) 



3044-223 



AST, or CIRBNCBSTBR 

9487 
Hon. A. B. Bathurst (C) 

ifnop. 



ORBST OF DBAN 

9993 
SirC.W.Dilko,Bt. 

(L) 4972 

H. Terrell, Q.C. (C) 2520-2452 



1906 



15,616 
A. M. Torrance (L) 6720 
J. G. A. Baird (C) 6289-431 



_ 15,741 

H. A. Watt (L) 
Sir J. S. MaxweU, 
Bt. (C) 



7359 
5676-1683 



19,309 
T. McKinnon 

Wood (L) 9453 

John Wilson (LU) 6048-3405 



10^49 
A. Cameron Corbott 

(LU) 4416 

D. M. Mason (L) 4063-353 
A. Rosenthal (C) 245 



10,545 
SirH. Craik(C) 
Prof. A. F. Muri- 



3543 



son (L) 
Prof.W. 
(LU) 



R. Smith 



2450-1093 
1240 



Russell Rea (L) 3921 
H. Terrell, K.C. (C) 361ft-302 



9673 
R. W. Essex (L) 4517 
Hon. A. B. Bathurst 
(C) 4011-506 



10,336 
Sir C. W. Dilke, Bt. (L) 

t/1 



nop. 



UBBRAL TBAR BOOK, 1^^. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

10,371 
Hon. H. R Brand 

O. Holloway (C» 433*-313 

GLOUGSS'FIIRBHISB* N 

11,665 
J, R. Yorke (C> 4666 
G. B. Sttiiiuefeon (L> 44^4-188 



GLODCBeTBRSHIRB, 8 

11,333 
E. g. HowArd iU 4834 
B. St. J. Ackers R') 4689-1 4o 

Gorton— .see Lancashire. 
GovAN— see Lanahkshibe. 
GowEn— «e« Glamorganshi 

OR ANTHAHT J1S.001I 
1377 



/ 



J. W. Mellor, Q-C. 

(L> 
C&pt.A.C.K,Welby 

(C) 1131-246 

GBAVBSRND [39,833] 
420(J 
J. B. White (t'l 1916 
T. Bovaii (L) i)^rm 



Great Yarmouth— »ee Yar 



QRBBNOCK (67,672] 
7131 
T. SuthorlaDd {U 30^7 
J, Soott fC^ 2951-103 

J. M. r>av!dflon (I) 65 

QRSSNWIGH [9d,578] 
8S32 
T. W. Boord {C) 3317 
I>r. H. Watney <L^ 2901-356 



ORIMBBY [78.198] 

K, Hepe^igre (L) 3711 
Col. A, Campbell- 
Walker m 2897-814 
Mr, Hentage accepttd 

Fob, la. 1886 (8659) :- 
IL Henoaj^o (L^ 33IK^ 
Col a Walker 



1886 

ID, or STROUD [54,512] 

10,371 
G. Holloway (Ci 4620 
W. J. Stanton (L) 3911-709 



ORTH, or TBWKISSRUR 

ll,flR5 
Sir J. E. Dorlnj^n, Bt. (C^ 
Unop. 



O0TH, or fHORKBURT 

Hon.J.W.PhinkLtfc 

H') 4^35 

K S. Howard (L^ 4054-n881 



M. Low (C) 1197 

J* W. MelloFp Q.C, [L) 1161^ 



1892 

11,089 

D. Brjmraor Jones 

(L> imi 

a HoUow»y (C) 441O-301 

Y [51,209] J 

1L519 V 

Sir J. E. Doringrton, " 

Bt. ]C) 5028 

G. B. Samuolaon <L) 4125-903 

[72,717] 

11,867 
aKH, Col«t<)n(C) 5202 

E. a Howard (L) 4978^224 



42€0 

J, B. whit4i m 

E. S. PryctJ (L) 



1938 
143ft-508 



7131 
T. Sxitherland (LU) sga'i 
H- Wright (L) 2208-697 



T. W. Boord (Cl 3240 
G, C. Whiteley IL) 2551-689 



aft59 
K, Heneag© \hV} 
T, StitiierBt \U 



mm 

H. Y. B. LopeH ^1 
T. C. Clarke (L) 



12ee 

laes-aa 



48S1 
CoL J. D. Palmer (C^ 2370 
J, G. Shipuian (L) 1619-751 



2942 



6Mt 
Sir T. Sutherland 

J. Bruce ^L) 



10.2.'5fl 
T. W. Boord (C> 4300 
G. C. Whiteley (L) 3877-323 



10,315 
H. Josse ^L) 42n2 

Mr. Joase rwignetL 

MniTh6. isesao^aaz);. 

K. Heiieagu (LUj 4487 
H. Broadhur^t (L) 346S-0fti 



LIBKBAL YKAR BOOIS., IWB. 




POLL-BOOK, 188&-1007. 



267 



1895 

GItOUGBSTBRSHIBJB, M 

11,568 
C. A. Grippe, Q.C. 

(C) 6176 

C. P. Allen (L) 4514-681 

OI«OUCBSraR8HIBJB, N 

11,796 
Sir J. K D^iigton, Bt (C) 
Unop, 



1900 

ID, or STROUD 

1M74 
C. P. Allen (L) 4602 

C. A Grippe, Q.C. (C)437^«3 



ORTH, or TJBWKBBBUR 

12.901 
Sir J. E. Dormerton, Bt (G) 
Unop. 



GliOUCBBTRRBHIRR, 8 

12,195 
C.B.H.Gol8{on(C)5727 
A. A. Allen (L) 4638-1069 



GRANTHAM 

2896 
H. Y. B. Lopee (C) 1507 
8. D. Waddy, Q.C. 
(L) 1167-340 



GRJLYRSRND 

5001 
Gol. J. D. Palmer 

(G) 2405 

L. M. Johnson 

(Land Lab) 1218-1187 
Col. PcUmer resigned. 
July 13, 1896 (527$:- 
J. H. D. Ryder (C) 2372 
W. Kunciman (L) 1955-417 



GRRRNOCK 

7570 
Sir T. Sutherland 

(LU) 3571 

A. E. Fletcher (L) 2753-618 

GRRRNWIOH 

10,899 
Lord Hugh Gecil 

(G) 4802 

G. C. Whiteley (L) 3564-1238 

ORIMBBT 

11,558 
O. Doughty (L) 4347 
E. Heneage (LU) 4166-181 
Mr. Doughty resigned. 
Aug. 2, IMS (12.317) :— 
G. Doughty (LU) 4910 
T. Wintringham 

(L) 3189-1751 

R. Melhuish (IC) 204 



OUTH, or THORNBURT 

12,616 
G. E. H. Goleton (G) 

Unop. 



3016 
A PriesUey (L) 1347 

H. Y. B. Lopee (G) 1309-38 



560O 
Gilbert Parker (G) 2542 
H. Harmsworth (L) 1804-738 



7500 
J. Reid (G) 
J. Maconie (L) 



3165 

2886-279 



12,247 
LordHugh Gecil(G)5454 
R. S. Jaduon (L) 3484-1970 



G. Doughty (LU) 



13,20! 
r(Ll 



Unop. 



1906 



ia620 
G. p. Allen (L) 5401 
W. B. Stewart (G) 4221-1180 



13i226 
Hon. M. H. mcks- 

Beach (G) 5321 

R. A. Lister (L) 5194-127 



14,006 
A. RendaU (L) 7370 
G.B.H.Gol8ton(G) 

5210-2130 



A. Priestley (L) 1663 
H. L. G. Brassey (G).1654-109 



Sir Gilbert Parker 
SirW. Geary, Bt 



1413-1689 
873 



3506 



(L) 

J. Macpherson 
(LRC) 



7821 
H. Stewart (L) 
J. Reid (G) 



13,049 
R. S. Jackson (L) 4906 
I. H. Benn (G) 3565-1341 

Lord Hugh Gecil 
(G) 2356 

16,058 
Sir G. Doughty 

(LU) 6349 

H. H. Haldinstein 

(L) 4010-2309 

T. Proctor (LRG) 2218 



\_ 



LIBERAL YEAR BOOK, \W3fe. 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

HAOKUBT, GENTRJLL 
7381 
Sii- W, G. Hunter 

(CJ 2941 

J. Ilolnift tL) 27i^ltJa 

HACKHEY, KOSTH [34 

Ociu Bit- I..Pully(n 3327 
j*l J. MlntyrtJ ID 2911-116 



1886 

167,736] 

7381 
SirW.G. Hunter <C)3Di7 
M»ij. Shfiip Hume 
<L) UMll-toefJ 

>J1] 

8058 
Gen. air L.Pclly(C) 3351 
Dr. W.H.S. Aubrey 

[U 18l^l5IJi3 

A'tr /.. Pmy died. 
May 11,1882 tm,08Lt):- 
W. K Bousfiold, 

Q.C. <C) 140} 

T. A. Mcat-es (L) 3191-989 

HAGKNET, SOUl<H |1U1, MAj 

8084 8681 

Cho.rle« Russell, SirC, RiwBell,Q.C< 

QAWU 35H {L} 2800 

C. J. Darling. Q;C. C, J. Dtirlini?. Q.C. 

(D ae0l!-»12 <C) 2700-10(1 

Sir C. RuKsellac- 

cepted o^ce, 
Feb. 11, 1836 (3684) :- 
Sir C. Russell, 

aC, (LI 3174 

A. R. Scobl©, QX'. 

\0\ 1979-1195 

H. Munstor (I) 17 

HAnOIHaTOHSHXItB, M AST LOTHIAH [38,708] 



6487 

R. B.HaldRnc{L) 3473 
Lord Elcho (C) 1945-1538 

Haggbrston— sec Shorbdit 

HAIiIFAX [83,912] 
2 8eat». 12,269 

T. Shaw m mm 

J, SU^mfM (U ti<»53 

A, Morrifl {€} 3988^2065 



tUST 

R* B, Haldan© (L) 26T7 
P.A.Myburgh.Q.C. 
(LU) 1714-983 



12,269 

T. Shaw (L^ 5127 

J. StanRfcld (L) 5381 

A. Morria ^C^ 3612-1769 



HaLLAM— see 3HKFFIELD. 
HAtT^AM8HIRE— itee YoRKSHI UK. 



HAHMEiASMllFK [111,970] 
9HI1 
Gen. W. T. Goltl^i. 

worthy (C| 4204 

T.ChatfiuldClnrkc 
|L) 3(J05-11(39 



HAMPSHIRE, £ABT, or 

Vket. Wolnier(U 3114 
W. Nicholson (L) ,1S5»-iei 
a Hoiity (10} 179 



mn 

Gun. W. T. Goldfi- 

worthy (C> 3991 

F. Dolhridgo (L) 2382-16® 

PBTSRSFISLD [50,250] 
8202 
Virtct. Wolnier (LU) 3188 
W. Nicholmjn [L) 3077-111 



1892 

S951 
SirA.K.Scoble,Q.a 

(C) 3178 

J. Fyte Stewart (L» 3193-285 



ir),08» 
W, R. Boutffleld, 

J. McCall (L) 



4iB» 
3280-1519 



11,048 
SirC.Ru88eU,Q.C. 

iLl 4440 

T. H. Rohertt^n ( C) 3294 -1140 

Lord of Ap^peaL 
Mar 7, M>l( 11,688) :— 
J. Flutchcr Moulton* 

QX\ iU 4530 

T. H. Robertson (d 4338-19i 



R. B. Haldane. 

Q.C, (L) 2551 

Master *>f Polwarth 

(C) 2255-2P6 



13»m 
T* Shaw O.) <J181 

J. Btfinsfeld (L) «3fll 
Alfred Arnold (CI 46B3-ia« 
Mr, 7\ Shaw died. 
Feb. 9, 1893 (13,317) :— 
W. TL Shaw (L) 4 _ 
Al fred Arnold (C ) 4251-388 
J. Lister (ILP) 3fJ28 






11, ill 
Gen, W. T. GoldM- 

wfirthy fC'l 4387 

h\ Smith (L) 371ft 



8431 
W. Wiekhani (C) 
J. Hon hani't barter 
(14 



3912 
aO(J8-9t>f 



I^IBBBAL. YE^AJR BOOK, \W^, 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



HJILGKMBT, OBNTRJUi 

8835 
Sir A. R. Scoble, 

Q.C. (C) 3278 

Hon. C. RnsseU (L) 2966-312 

HJILCKNBT, NORTH 

11444 
W. R. Bousdeld, 



5.Ma; 



(C)„ 



S. Mayer (L) 



4725 

2460-2265 



HACKNBT. SOUTH 

12,380 
T. H. Robertson (C) 4681 
J. Fletcher Moul- 
ton, Q.C. (L) 4362-319 



HJLDDINGTONSHIRE, B 



R. B. Haldane, 

Q.C. (L) 
Master of Pol- 



warth (C) 



2774 
2194-^80 



5475 
5065 



HAIilFAX 

13,844 
Alfred Arnold (C) 
W. R. Shaw (L) 
J. Booth (L) 
J. Lister (ILP) 3818 
Mr. Shaw resigned, 
March 3, 1807 (14,200):- 
A Billson (L) 5664 

Sir Savile Crosaley, 

Bt.(LU) 5252-412 

Tom Mann (ILP) 2000 



H&MMBR8MITH 

12,378 
Gen. W. T. Oolds- 

worthv(C) 5017 

W. C. Steadman 

(L) 3238-1779 

HAMP8HIRR, BJL8T, or 

8^6 
W. Wickham (C) Unop, 
Mr, Wickham died. 
Junes, 1897 (8474):- 
W.G.Nicholson(C)3748 
J. Bonham-Carter 
(L) 



1900 



AH. Allhii8en(C)3747 
Sir I. Hart (L) 2243-1504 



11,747 
W. R. Bousfield, 

ac. (C) 5005 

H.W.W.Wilber. 

force (L) 2437-5 



13,146 
T.H. Robertson (C) 4714 
H. Bottomley (L) 4376-338 



AST IiOTHIAN 

6484 
R. B. Haldane, 

Q.C. (L) 2668 

J.Kerr(LU) 2290-378 



14,879 
Sir Savile Crossley, 

Bt. (LU) 5031 

J. H. Whitley (L) 5643 
A Billson (L) 5325-218 

J. Parker (ILP) 3276 



13,064 
W. J. Bull (C) 
M. E. Lange (L) 



5458 



PRTBR8FIRLD 

8761 
W. G. Nicholson (C) 



Unop. 



1906 

8779 
ASpicer(L) 3996 

A £f. Allhusen (C) 3382-616 



11,334 
T. Hart-Davies (L) 4655 
W. R. Bousfield, 
K.C. (C) 4431-! 



13,126 
H. Bottomley (L) 6736 
T. H. RobertsoniO 3257-3479 
Rev. W. Riley (IL) 804 



7224 
R. B. Haldane, 

K.C. (L) 
G. Craig Sellar 

(LU) 



3469 
2289-1180 



__ 15,316 
J. H. Whitiey (L) 9354 
J. Parker (LRC) 8937 
Sir Savile Crossley, 
Bt. (LU) 5041-3896 



6111 



14,007 
Sir W. J. BuU (C) 
G. Blaiklock (L) 
G.Belt(Soc) 885 



W. G. Nicholson (C) 4349 
H. B. Money-Coutts 
(L) 4253-96 



\ 



\ 



UBJBBAL YBAR BOOK, 10^* 



270 



THE MOUSE OF COMMONS 



1685 

HAMPSHIRE, ISt^S OW 

11,993 
Sir R K. Wcb«itor, 

Q.C. {C) ^t»5 

Hon. Kvcslj^n Aitlik*y 



HAMPSHIRB, MEUT FO 

R (oinpton (CI i'JBl 
H- M. Bompart, Q.C. 
(L) 3511-770 



HAMfSKIRB, NORTH, o 



m 

G. SdatorBooth 
H. Kve (L) 



231^1579 



1886 



mrioHT 



Sir H. E. W«twter, 

Q.C. iC\ mi 

J. Stuart {U 4013^1258 



REST [52.8S7] 

9363 
F. Comptori (C) 



U^iop. 



P BASINGSTOKE m,fm] 

7730 
G. Bclater-Booth {C} Unop. 
Mr. Sdater-Booth rawed to 
peeraffe a^ Ij>rti Baiting. 
July 18, 1887 <8tJt*l^:- 
A. R JeffreyB {C) mm 
R. Eve (L) 2426-732 



HAMPSHIRE, SOUTH. or FAREHAH \Bl,t 



Gen, Sir F. W. J. Fitz- 

wygrain, Bt. iC) 5177 
JL a Wllberforce 
iU 4518-650 

HAMPSHIRE, WEST, of 
9t7o 
W, W, B. Beach 

id 4559 

F. \V% Buxton (L) 3iaS-1451 

RAHP5TEAD [92,33^1 

Sir H. T. HollBud, 
Bt, (C) 2785 

Marquesa of Lome 
(L^ 1910-875 

J.mWjHiftniB(Soc) a? 



Hanbsworth— «fe Staffor 
HANLEY ri(W,365] 
io,970 
W, WoodaU ID 6l3fi 
Col. V. Wright {C) 273S^3397 
Harhorouob— Kce hKiCKam 
Hauhow see Middlbskx. 
HARTLEPOOL [m,3ii^ 
S5on 
T. Ri«hiirdeon (U :«HM 
rh*, T. H, Tristmiu. 
Q.C. (CJ 20:il^-lCI4U 



12,162 

Gen. SirF. W.XFltK- 
wygmm, Bt. (C) 

ANDOVER [52,222] 

»175 
W, W. a Bead! (C> 

Unop. 



Sir H,T. Holland, 
Bt (Q 27W7 

W. R. Soott iU U&-lim 

Sir H. T. IloUand raUed 
iope^rage^ as LordKnuts- 
ford. 

Feb. 2& 1888(699(5):— 

E. Brodle Koore (C) Unop, 

DaHIRB. 




10,970 
W- Woodflll Jl) 



Unop, 



T. RichardKon (LUl 3381 
M, L. Hawker (L) 24ffiJ-t*12 
Mr. Hichartfjion died. 
Jan, 21. 1891 |l(>,37Sf:— 
rhris. Fumc8« iU ifm 
PIr W. Gray 0.13^ 4^VV3Sfe 



1692 

12,857 
Sir R. E. Webster, 

S. F. Mendi |L) 



sm-m 



10.12R 
Hon. J. ScotUMon- 
tagu (CI 



4481 
3738-75* 



1 






A. F. Jeffreys (C) 
G. Judd(L) 



4n4i 
2555-1491 



13,616 
Gen. Sir R W. J. Fitz- 

wTKram, Bt. (C) flmW 
J.G/NivoalL) 4M7-J 



D065 
W. W, B, Beach (CI 



Urn 



8372 
£L Brodie Hoare 

(CI 3818 

J. C Swinburne- 

Hanham {U 2230-1800 



12,743 
W, Woodal] (LJ 583$ 
A. H, Heath (C) 300-] 



10,M3 
Chri>i. Funicfitt (L> 
T, Richardj^on (LU> 



MM 
45flO-» 



LIBERAL TEAK BOO\S., l^lS!j. 



v 


POLL-BOOK, 1885-1007. 271 




If 


1895 


1900 


1906 


I HAMPSHIRE, ISLB OF 


WIGHT 






1 


I3.81C{ 


14,4W 


15,l«3 




f 


Sir R. K, Webi^t^r, 


Capt. J. E. B. Seely {C\ 


Godfrey Baring {LJ 7453 






ac.(C> o8a» 


tfnop. 


CoL A* H. Morgan 






Han. A. Wotle^ 


MaJ. Seelu re^ii^rted. 


(C) &l^i-156l 






house (L) 5363-4^46 


April 6, 1904 (14,aiO):- 
M^}. J. E. B. Seelr {IV) 

Unop. 








Sir H. Webster ap^poinied 
Ala^ter of Rolh and 








created Lord Alreratone. 










May23, 19O0 114.494) :- 










Capt, J. E. B. Soely 

(C) &m 
Godfrey Baring (L) 537<>-l 062 


















HAMPSHIRB, NEW FO 


REST 








10.1^ 


10,495 


llj)3n 




^P Hon. J. Scott-Mmita^i (C) 


Hon, J. Scott-Mo tittign (C) 


Sir R. H. Hobart \h) 49^4W 






, UHOJh 


Unop. 
Mr. Scott ■ Moiifafffi sttc- 
ceeded to peerage an I..ord 
Moidfigu 0/ BeatdUn. 
Dec. 6, IU03 (10,S1S» :-- 
H. F. Comptjon (C) 4539 
Sir R. H. Ilobart (L) 434t^I90 


H, F. C'ompLon (C) 4901-48 














HAMPSHIRE, NORTH, o 


r EASINOSTOKB 








3489 


liK-m 


12,(49 






A, ¥. Jetfi-eyfi (C) 


A. F. Jeffreys jt » 


A. F. Jeffi^yn iC) J82.> 






^ Unop. 


Unop. 


H. C. W. Vcmoy (L) 47U5-riO 
Mr. Jegreiis died^ 
March 12. 1906 (12,(H«>:— 
A, C. t^iilter, K A . irj 4852 
H. C. W. Yernvy \L) iim~%%i 
T. K. PoMen (IL^ 467 




^■HAMPSHIIIE, SOUTH, o 


T FAREHAH 






^m ^^•^'^ 


lfS.(K(l 


I7,3»8 




H Geti. Sir F. W. J. B^its- 


A. H. Lee <C> 7375 


A. H, Lee iC\ 7683 




^H wy^mm, BL IC^ 


R. T, SinlttMLl 3828^3547 


6ui'K.-Gt)rLQ,J/H. 




^H JJnop. 




Eyatt {L) 6331-1 So J 




■ HAMPSHIRE WEST, op 


ANDOVER 






■ mm 


9383 


10,423 




B W. W, B. Jtetch |C) 


W. W. H. Ketich (t^) 6>«>p, 


< 'upt, W, V. Fabor (C) Ifi03 
G. Judd (L> 4524-79 




^H c^itoj}. 


Jlfr. Beach died. 






Aug. 2fi, 1901 (&tOi>):— 
E. B. Faber {C\ 3fl»B 












H HilMPSTEAD 


G, Jndd (LJ 3173-223 






■ ^937 


9837 


11,467 




^B E. Hmdie Hoare (C| L^/iop. 


E. Brodie Htmre (C^ t^mjp. 


J. S. Fletcher (C> 4934 








Afr. Una re reaigniid. 


G. KRowe(L| 4161-473 






JIfr. MilPaifi appointed 
Judge A d roca te- Oencrai. 


Jan. 24, IftCS (ia,2a}t:— 
T. Milvaiii, K.C. 




J, S. Fletcher (C) 422.^ "^ '^ ' ^^^ *^ ^^^ ill8-17^ 








G. F. Rowo (L) 3S0;M22 










I 


SANXiBY 






12,8i}7 


15,983 


mAm 






\\\ Woodall jLl 6(553 


A, H. Heiith IC^ H588 


K. Kdwaixli* (Lnb^ 9183 , 


^ 




A. H. Htmtla to 53^-286 


K. Eilwnrdw (L) 5»I4-Wt4 


A. H. Heath (C) 4287-^488«jM 




HARTKiEPOOli 




I 




inMm 


12.819 


14.088 V 




T. RichiirdHOR ilA^) 48.*vl 


Sii-(\ FnmeamL) «491 


Sir f\ Fiirncss {h) Unop. ^ 






Sir C. Fiirues^ (L| <77ii-Sl 


Sir T. RiehardRoii 
ILUI 4612-1 87U 




*N 


^^K^ LIBERAL. imAB. BOOK^ \^V^. ^^ 



272 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1865 
HARWicir— Kfe RssKX. 
HJIBT1HG6 mMm 

SirT. BmHMoy IL^ 2712 
W, Noble (Cf 2560-1112 

HAVKKFORDWiiitrr— j«ec Pemb 

MAWICK 0I8TRICT [35, 

G. O. Tmvelyan (L) 



He.VIJSY— see OXKOKDSHIKK. 

BSREFORD [21,3^31 

J. Pulley (Lr" 138f) 

W. IL Barneby lO im\4M 



HERBFOttDSHIRIS, NO 

T. Duckhfitn ID 38T1 
J. Rtinkiti Wy 3750-121 

HBRSrORDBHIRB, SO 

10.179 
ai. Biddulpti <I^) «15 
Sir J. K. Uttiley, Bt 
(CJ 3613-77:5 

HBRTFORDBHERB, SA 

8840 
Abel Smilh <i ) 42(>3 
Hon. H. F. Cowper 
\U 3072-im 



1686 



5872 



\ 



2230-^35 



W. Noble in 
Capt. Hon. T. 8. 
Brand IL) 

ROKE. 



5679 
A. U Browrt lL> 2523 
Sir G. O. Trcvcljan, 
BU {LV\ 2493-30 



3002 
Sir J. 11. Bailey. Bt 

\V\ 1401 

J. PuUoy <L) 113ft-26& 



RTH, or LBOMINSTSR 

i«y 

J. Rankia (Ct 4-iS7 

E. H. Lucas (L) 23JH-I88a 

UTH, OF ROSS 148,38a] 

1047t* 
M. Biddulph iLUt 3968 
T. Duckham {L^ l*J70-2296 



HBRTFORDBHIRSp 

8741 
Vi«ct. Griniylou 

(C) 4HT8 

J. Colea {L^ aU37-1071 



1892 



8576 
W. Noble to 
Setjt Hemphill, 



3077 



mm 

T. Shaw (L> 
R F. WaUon (LU> 
Mr. Shaie appoinii 
tish SoUcitor-Grem 
March 27, ISSKeSO-i): 



H W 



illarton 



33B7 
W. H. GreiifcU (L) 1507 
Sir J. R, Bailey, BL 
_ iC» 138l>-m 



Aug, 15, l«a9 mi5J :— 
C, W. R. Cooke (CJ 






Sir J. Pulley (L) 

iM.0O31 

9778 
J. Rankin (C) 4318 

J. T, isouthall (L) 291»-1400 

10 968 
M, BidduUartLU) 43a8 
J. PuUey U 3889-157 



ST, or HERTFOBD [59.4.^11 

8840 9355 

Abel Smith iV\ Abel SuiitJi tC) 

Unop. K. H. Speirs (L) 



4276 
2S18-1I56 



Mt D, oi* 8T. JLLBAHS [G3,027] 
8741 
Visct. GrCciiiUJU (C^ 

Uiwp. 



heri:fordshirb, ho 

mm 

Barou Dinindiilu 

tC) 4419 

H.G. Forfiham (I.) MiSMjo^) 

HBRTFORDBHIRB, WB 

10 it^l 
T. F. HalsL-y ^n \\t^* 
U, F. PhilMpH iLJ TiVl-^m 

Hexham -«ee North umber 

HKYWOOI*— .Sdtf LANCAetilKK. 



BTH, OP HITCHIH [47,190J 

Baron Dimiidalu (C) 

C/no^. 



ST, or WATFORD 180,211J 

T. F. HalrJ^y « ) 

lollop. 



9B72 
Vicary Glbbs W) 3117 
T. M. Harvey iU ^Ti 
\S\ H, BluKham Cox 
iCJ IJBO 



a B. HudKOti tC*) 41S7 
J. WatLrid«:« (7.^ "ITH^um 



11.037 
T. F* HaJaey {V) 
J. Mamham {}*\ 



1.1BKHAL ^KA^R BOOK, \^^. 



FOLI^BOOK, 1885"19()7. 



273 



1896 



HASTINGS 

7292 
W. L. Shadwoll {C\ Mfc-i 
Cecil lt\m (L} 2863-3^2 



HAWICK DISTRICT 

0337 
T. Shaw, Q.(\ (L) ^m 
J. SaQderaoii (LU) 2531-5<y2 



HEIREFOItD 

3328 
C. W. RatlcIltTe 

C<ioke (C| wm 

Sir R. Pearco-Edg- 

cmnbe \U 1356-313 



KBRBFORBSHIRB, 

9954 
J. Bankin {€\ 

Unop. 

HBRBFORHSHIRE, SO 

ll;249 
M, Biddulph (LU) 4673 
A. Withr Uj) 2828-1745 



1900 



8112 
F. Freeiiiaii-Thoiims 

E, Boyle, Q.C. (C> 3191-208 



r. Shaw, Q.C. (L} 
J. Sanderson <LU) 



2611 
2388-225 



3539 
J. S. Arkwri^ht (C) 



Uiwp, 



NO RTK, OF I«EOHIN6TBR 

S6SI 
SirJ. RaDkin, Bt. (C» 

Unop. 

UTH, or ROSS 

10.189 
CapL P. A. Clivft {LU) 

Uhop* 



HBRTFORDBHIRBi, BA 

Abel Smith jC) Unop. 

ilij". Sjnith, dUd. 
June 22, 1898 aO,301| :- 
Evelyn Cecil {C) 4118 
Hon. C. B, Spencer 
{LI 3830-268 

HBRTFORBSHIRB, Ml 

10,2115 
Vicary Gibbs (C) 

Unop. 



ST, ov HERTFOBD 

11M(>2 
Abel H. Smith {V) 



HBRTFORDSHIRB, 

ami 

G. B. Hudson (C( 

Uiwp 



Utiop» 



D, OF ST. AIiBAHS 

ILlfH 
Hon. Vicary Glbbs {C} 

Unop. 
Mr. Gibbis rtsigntd. 
Feb. 12, vm (11,5181 1— 
J. Bamford Slack (L) 4757 
Hon. Viciiry Gibbs 
(C) 4625-132 



NO RTH, oi* HITCHIN 

9375 
G. B. Hudson lO 



Unoji. 



^^ ST, OP WATFORD 

13,45n 



1906 



8758 

w. H. iHiCrciH(( I j:m 

F. Freoraau-Thonni*^ 
IL! 3935-113 



S053 
T. Shaw, K.C. <L) :il25 
Sir A . Conan Doyle 
{\AJ) 2111-681 



3852 
J. S. ArkwTiffht (C) 1»31 
CoL K. S. Lnc^vs- 
Scudrimoro (Ll 16^2-212 



9328 
E. G. Lamb (L) 3S92 

8ir.r»llankin,Bt.<C) 3861-28 

1(},3JM 
Col. A. Gardner (L) 1497 
Cant. P. A. aUve 
{LV\ 4185-312 

Abel IL Smith (C) 4836 
C. Itoden Bicf Ion ID 47fi6-«0 



12,497 
Col. E. H- CarUle (C^ 585B 
J. Bamfoid Slack (L) 5301-^2 




Un,op. 



9820 
J. Beil imn {L) 
J.J. W. Mineral 



ia741 



ii;j7 
4(181-: 



\ 






274 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 I 

HiOH Peak— w^ Dkhbybhuik, 
HrrcHiN — see HiSRTFORDsni rk. 
HoLBtJHN— »« Fins BURY, | 

HOLDKRNWSS— «« Yt)RK8HIR E, 

Holland— see Ijnooi-nbbir e. 
Holm firth — see Yorkbiur k, 
KositoK—see Devonshire. | 
Hornoabtle— *ec LmoonNS kirk. 
HoRNBtrr— a«« Middlesex. 
Horsham— tfec Sussex. 
Houghton - i.k - Spring — sec 
HOUOHTON WvjAT—set- Lanc 

HoWDEN'SIITRE- KfC YORKSH IRE. 

HoxTON— ,sft? Shoheditch. 

KUDDERSFIEIjD 105.218) 
U,9B1 
E, A. Leathara (L) fmi) 
J. CTOfilajid {Ci 61M>7e6 



1886 



Durham Co, 

ASHIRE. 



J. Crtwland {C} mm-lBi 



HULI*, CB3NTBJiI« [H0.4T4] 
11,627 
H. S. King (Cj 4193 

iX M. Norwood (L) 4027-186 | 
N* B, Billany {U\h) 735 

HULIf, EAS!!' [71,181] I 

W. Saundera iU 3S25 

F. B. Qrotrian (C^ 2860-665 i 



HULL. WSST (107.862} 
11,517 
C\H.WUHon(Ll 52*7 
Sir A, K. riollit (03687-1550 



11,827 
H. S. King |C> 4988 

R. C. Lehinann (L| 3881-llOT 



8053 
F. B. Grotrian (CJ 
W- Saundera |Lj 



313» 
3102-37 



11,517 
a H. WJIwn (L) 
A. K. Dlbb (C) 



4823 
30*5-1578 



1802 



15^488 

W. Bumiiiers (L) 7IX» 
81r J. Cropland (C> 0837-^811 
Mr, iSfumm^r« died. 
Feb, L 18»3 a5..>iOh— 
9ir J, Cropland (C) 7088 
J. Woodhead (L) 7033^ 



12,350 
H, a King (C^ 

F. Maddifioii (L> 



4938 
4482-476 



9877 
Clarenco Smith ^L) 4570 
F. B. Grotrian {C] 373&-83!r 



13,929 
C. H. Wilson (L) 
Cxji G. Smith (C) 



35ai>-2783 



HUHTINODOHBHIItB, N OBTH, ar ItAMSBT {31, OSii] 

Mi^y I 5iiBi^ 

VhpL W, H. Fol- Uapt. W. H. Fcllowes (C^ 

Capt. F'elloit}es became pe4!;r 
OH Lord De Ramsey, 

Auk. 30, 1887 (6057) :- 

Hon, A. E, Fell owes 
<Q 2700 

J, H. Sandcre (L| 2*14-286 



lowe« \V\ 2775 

LordE. Gordon (L) 2110-365 



. Sandcre (L) 

HUKTIHODONSHIRe, SOUTH, or HXrHTINODON 

5655 I 5655 



6,St5 
Hon, A. E* Fellowca 

(C) 2812 

J. P. Sheldon (L.> 2US4i7 



T. Cootc (L) 33M 

Coi, Hon, O. Mon- 
tagu {C\ 2208-148 

Hyde— see Cheshire. 
HYTHB [46.8101 
37,37 
Wir Edward Wat- 
kin. Bt, iU 2247 
A, (..Morton (L) 7W-H.^) 



A» H. Smith-Barry 

m 2302 

T. Cooto (L) 2141-161 



3737 
Sir Edward Watkin, BL 
(LU) Unop- 




['22,918J 

5479 
A, H, Smith BatTT <C) 2381 
S, H. Whitbread'd.) 



4215 
Sir Kdward Watkin, Bt, 



OBKRAl. 



^ISXm 140C1VL, \WV?». 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1007. 



276 



1895 



HUDDBRBFIBIiD 



Sir J. T. Woodhouse 

(Li 6755 

Sir J. Crosland (G) 5868-887 
H.R. Smart (ILP) 1504 



HUIiIi, OBNTRAIi 

11,250 
Sir H. S. King (C) 6476 
F. MaddisoiML) 3515-1961 



HUIili, BJLBT 

10.419 
J. T. Firbank (C) 4305 
Sir Clarence Smith 
(L) 4152-153 

HUI«I<, WBST 

14,520 
C. H. Wilson (L) 6637 
T. McCarthy (ILP) 1400-5237 



HUNTINGDONSHIRB, N 

6630 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

IC\ 3012 

H. Heldmann (L) 2063-949 



HUNTINODON8HIRB, S 

5435 
A. H. Smith-Barry 

(C) 2419 

J.J.Wilk8(L) 2068-351 



HTTHB 

4695 
Gen. Sir B. Edwards 

(C) 2189 

Sir I. Hart (L) 1726-463 

Sir B, Edwards resigned, 
Marchl, 1890 (5224):— 
Sir E. A Sassoon, 

Bt.(C) 2425 

SirLHart(L) 1896-527 



1900 



16,770 
Sir J. T. Woodhouse 

(L) 7896 

Col. E. H. Carlile 

(C) 6831-1065 



10,378 
Sir H.S. King (C) 5257 
G.G.Greenwood (L) 2465-2792 



12,066 
J. T. Firbank (C) 5264 
T. R. Ferens (L) 4428-836 



16,757 
C. H. Wilson (L) 6364 
J. B. Willows (C) 4419-1945 



ORTH, or RAMSRT 

6683 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 

(C) 2893 

G.Phimp8(L) 1742-1151 



OUTH, or HUNTINGDON 



1906 



2118 



G. C. Montaaru (C) 
C. Adeane (L) 



Sir £. A. Sassoon, Bt. (C) 

Unop, 



17,568 
Sir J. T. Woodhouse 

(L) 6302 

T.R. WilliamsiLRC) 5813-489 
J. F. Fraser (C) 4391 
Sir J. T. Woodhouse made 

Railway Commissioner. 
Nov. 28, 1906 (17,568):— 
Arthur Sherwell (L) 5762 
T.R.William8(LRC)5422-340 
J. F. Fraser (C) 4844 

8861 
Sir H.S. King (C) 4345 
G. J. Bentham (L) 3167-1178 



13,073 
T. R. Ferens (L) 6881 
L. R. Daviea (C) 4519-2362 



20,192 
Hon. C. Wilson (L) 8652 
Sir J.Sherbum(LU) 6405-2247 
Mr, Wilson succeeded veer- 
age {Lord Nunbumholme), 

6751 
A. C. F. Boulton (L) 3184 
Hon. A. E. Fellowes 
(C) 



5272 
S. H. Whitbread (L) 2426 
J. Cator (C) 1957-469 



Sir E. A. Sassoon, 

Bt.(C) 
H.C.Biron(L) 



2347-699 



ZJBBRAL TBAB BOOliU A9^« 









276 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 


1886 


T8B6 


1892 




ILKKSTON— arc DERBVSOIKIi:. 








; iNCE— .sec Lan'cabhihk. 








INlTlSRNSea DISTRICT 


f»J.882] 






:i:jm 


3566 


^11 




K. B. Fitilay, Q.C\ 


R. B. Ftnlay, Q.C. 


G. Boith {U lfil5 




|L( 17f»9 


<LU» 1619 


R. B. FiBlay, Q.C. 




W, S. B. McLiircn 


8lrR. Pod, Rt. (L^ 1346-273 


(LU) ia]2^ 1 




(L) IMtHfiS 








INVKRHEBB-BHIRS: p]T. 


700J 


* 




um 


933ft 


8IS0 




i\ h\ Maek ill tosh 


a F. Mackintosh (LU) 

Unop, 


Dr. D. Macgreffor (L) 3035 i 




(( rf^ 35,%j 


C. b\ Mackintosh i 




R. MiteLood ((') 2fKU 1534 




(LU^ 27»)&^aS 




Sir K, Mackeiizio 




Dr. Macffregor resigned. 




(D ISff? 




Jmiol3, l8aM8229):- 
J. E. B. Baillie {V} 3161 
D. Mucme (L) 2511^850 




IPSIBIGH imMH 








2 w«;*\ 88tt7 


B887 


93f^ 




IT. W. West, QAMLi 3795 


LonlElchoCC^ 3846 


SirC.Dalrympie, BL 




Jenae CoUings (L) 3777 


L\ DaliiTiipI© iO 3838 


(CJ * ^ ^ 4350 
I^rti Elebo iO 4277 




K M. Ind (C) 3717-f!0 


S. J. Stern (L) 338(^-4,^2 




Sir W. T. ilmrlo j% 


B.T.L,ThcraiaonlL)3334 


D. F. Goddard (L) 4UM^^ 




Q.C. {V} 3849 




A. W. Soamea (L) 3888 




Mr. jrcstaiidAfr. Collin^s 








•unseated on, petition. 














a DalryniplG {C] 3187 
Lonl Mcho d') 3«i62 














Lord W. Horvev (L) 3Bai-27 
Sir H. Diiroy, Q.C. 














(L> 3827 








ISLK OF TiTANET— see KENT. 








Isle of Wight— sec Hamps 


HIRE. 






ISLINGTON, BSABT L^, 


319] 






.6092 


8092 


9872 1 




H. B, Ince, Q.C. iU 3296 


C, Trfimljert (Cf S732 


B. L. Cohen (CJ a»75 ' 




C. Lembort (C) 3262-^1 


H. B. Ince, QXl (L) 2^J-139C 


Percy Bwitingr iU 3510-165 

1 




I3LIN070K, NORTH [99, 


895] 


1 




77j4 


7774 


19,783 V 




G. a T. Hartley U") 3545 
S. D. ^VaddJ^ QX?. 


G.aT.Biirtley (0 3150 


G, C. T. BaHley iO 4I5« " 1 




P. W. Claj'deri (L) 11176-1481} 


J. Hill ID 3&lfi-glO 




(L) 2972-573 




J 




ISLINGTON, aOUXH [71, 


823] 


il 




7Cf24 


702t 


82119 ■ 




H. Splrer ID mo 
II. W. VVTiffht iC) 25(>j 54S 


SirA.K.Rollit<C) 2774 


Sir A. K. RolUt (C> 31M _,■ 




H. Spicer(L) 22«»-5fl8 


W, Dierby(L) 2873-^iH 




ISLIN0TOH, WEST [71 


171] 


^M 




7if7e 


7276 


S36d 




R. Chaiiiberlain 


E, Chamberlain 


T. Lou^h ih) 3385 




(L) ai70 


(LUf 2793 
W. A. Mucdonald 


R. Lhariihorlam 




Dr. G. Ilanfoid 


{LV} 2656-731* 




Thomas {V} 3256-1214 


(L) iaOH292 






jAEitow— see Durham Co. 






Keiqiilkv— .^ee YoRKflniKK* 








Kendal— s^e Westmorland 








Kknnington— ffcc Lam beth. 








KBNSIHOTOH, NORTH 


[87,706] 






mn 


8287 


tt>l7 




Sir Roper J^lh- 


Sir Roper Leth- 


F. C. Fryo (L) 3SQ8 


L 


brmgojC^ 3610 


bride;© io sm 


w, K. T. shArDt) (o aaoi-aia ' i 


f) 


X F. K Fii'th {L} mi-am 


E. Routtodge *,!.> ^U3-%a\ \ ^^M 


1 


1 I.IBERAL ^"EAU lltHVVL, IW^. 



n 



POLL-BOOK, 1885^1907. 



277 



laes 



III VSR NESS SIBTRICT 

3974 
R. B. Finlav , Q.l'. 

(LU) latti 

H, Boll {U Ifm-'im 

IHVBRNfiSS-SHlRB 

J. M B. Baillio ((.1 M^\ 
N. J. Kennedy <L) 2891-100 



IPBlfflCH 

9619 

D. F. GoilUard (L) 43*! 
SirC.DalrjTiiple.Bt. 

KV) 42fO 

A- W. Soamas (L) 42.Tt> 13 

Ixird Klcho (t I 1219 



ISLIMQTON, BAST 

lOJill 

B. L. Cohun ^U) 1383 , 

T. MeKinnon 
Wood (L^ 3150-1221 | 

ISLINGTON, NORTH \ 

G.CM.BarUey 

{C) ifm \ 

Dr. T, B. Niipie r (L) 3317-1309 

ISLIMOTON, SOUTH ' 
8244 
SirA.K.Hollit (naT<]3 
I>r. Hcber Hart iLr^4'J-l221 

ISIilNOTON, WEST 

G, Barhttm (LU) 3031-4ti3 



1900 



4085 
SirRB.Finlay,Q.a 

(LU) 1S29 

J. A, Duncan (L) llBtJ^jO 



J, A. Dewur (L.) 3168 
The Mackintosh (C) 2867-301 



10,640 
D. F. Goddard (L) 455T 
SirCL 1)0.1 ^>^ll pie, Bt. 

(Cl 4527 

Xoo I Bil X ton i L^ 4283-244 
J, F, P. Hawlinson 



lo^aa^ 

B, L. Cohen iC} 4ai5 

A. M. Toimnoc (L) 258&-16m 



11,9<H 
a.C.T.BarLley<C)4SSl 
K. 0, Rawlings (L) 2567-23X4 



8796 
Sir A. K. RoUit <C| 3S81 
J, A, Strahan (LJ 1665-221*1 



mri 



KENSINGTON, NORTH 

t*l«2 
W. K, T. Sluwpv iC) 382!) 



T. Lough {L) 

¥. H. MedhxitsttLUj 3ia£^10 



3178 



' w. E.T. sharpoicnaasn 



1906 



45(7 
J. A. Bryce (Ll 23W 
Sir H. li. Fliitay. 
K.C. {hV) 1716-558 



9957 
J. A. D«war(l4 
I^ H. Stmiii (C^ 



3d48 
1810-210S 



12446 

D. R Ocxldard (L> 6S08 

RT.CobboldCU 0990 
Sir C. Dairy m pie, 

BL K"^ 454*1-1890 

S. J. G/Hoaie<<^) 4232 



inj86 
G. H. Rndford (L^ 4177 
Sir B. L, Cohen, BL 
{C} 3710-767 



12.075 
D, a Watei-low (L) 6381 
SirG,C.T.Barlley 

{€) iiiB-aea 



T. Wilen iU 3608 

Sir A. K. Kollit (D lUHl-1615 
W. Hold (C'» 870 



»22» 
T. I^ueh iU 
b\ H. Metlluu'st 



41 Iff 
3<]18^ltlS 



iU 



^£fin-1^ 






M 



I-IBERAL YEA.ll BOOK, \^^. 



278 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



KSKSIliGTON, SOUTH 

Sir A. Borthwick 
{V± 4eP2 

M, H. Ciiokson, 
Q,C, iU 2138-2484 



1886 

8850 
Sir A. Borthwick 

(C) 
M^. H. F. Speed 



1022-3134 



HBNT, EAST op ST. AU G0STIHE'B 

A. AkerH-DougIa;fl 

{V\ 5842 

A. Siiiimoos (L> 3682-2290 



B [76.354]] 
1^,157 
A. Akors-Donglas {V} 



Ujwp, 



KISNT, ISIiES OF THAME T (71,631] 
TlMl 



Col. K. R. King- 

Haniiaii (Cl 
E, R Davis ^L) 



3331 
2870-711 



RENT, MIO or HEDWA 

13,4«2 

Hon. J. 9. Qathorne- 
Hiirdy m ^2L2 

Sir R H, Water- 
low, Bt. iU 611&-10&I 

KHHT, KOBTH.WEST or 

11,173 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, 

Bt. (C) 4iSS 

J. E. SaunderB (L) 4O(»0-482 



KENT, MOKTH-BAST or 

n.37f> 

H, Knatehbiill- 
HugcHHen iV} mm 

F. F.BelHey lU 4123-&4J 

RBHT, SOUTH, or ASH 

ia389 
W-P. PomfretlOetRJO 

G. C, Whiteley ^U 484*6-1125 

KENT, SOUTHHTEST, o 

10.703 
R. Norton {C) Hm 

r. W. Vornoy {LJ 4210-323 



KBKT, WEST, or BBVE 

ll.fJMS 
C. W. MillH (t '^ ia>i 
Patteson Nickalls 



Y [65,9071 



7941 
Col. E. R. King- 

Harman |G) 3390 

E. O. Blink fi (L) 1311-2088 
Col. King-Harmam died. 
Jmic29. 1888ia'>^»:— 
J. Lowtber lO S&I7 

Hon. FL Kimtchbull' 



Hon. 
(C 



13,482 
. S. Qathoriie-HRrdy, 
Unop. 



DARTPORD [U]0.g89] 

11,173 
Sir W. Mart iJjke, 

BL ICI Ufifi 

J, E. Saunders (L) 2985-1233 



FAVERSHAM [76^887] 

11.370 
H, KnatchbuB-HugeHften 
(C) Unop, 



FORD im,9SB] 

13.^9 
W.RPbuifretiC) 

r TONBRIDGE [80^2^>] 
R. Norton <C> 



NOAKS [01.789] 
11.098 
Hon. C, \\\ Mills (C> 



E 



Unop. 



JJBBRA.I- li:BLA.B» BOOTK., 



1892 



8871 
Sir A. Borthwick, Bt (Q 



15,3(» 
A, Akers- Douglas (C) 



(TnoBi 



9913 
J. Lowthor (C) 3901 

Dr. Hcber Hart (L) 2867-14411 



H,4a4 
Miy. C, K Wardo 

(C^ e337 

W. C. Steadman 

tr>iib) 4391-194« 



14-237 
Sir W, Hart byke 

BL m aaw 

J, Lyon (L^ 471 



14.219 
H. KnatchbuU- 

HugeHHcn in 4810 

Sydney Hallifax iUi 



L. Hardy (C) 
J. U. Bugler [h) 



12 494 
A. S. Grifflth-Boe- 

cawen iV) 
Cftpt. F, Pavy |LJ 



13.m6 
H. W. Forster iC) 
T. Johnston (L* 



390R-2128 



\ 



\^R&. 



POLL BOOK, 1885-1907. 



279 



1895 

mBMSINOTON, SOUTH 

8B01 
Sir A. Boi'thwick, Bt (CI 

Unop. 

Sir A . Borihnnck rawed to 

peerage an Lord ffleftesk. 

Nov. mi89o(88(H^:- 

Lord Warkworth (Karl 

Percy) (C) Unop, 

KB HI, BAST or ST. AU 

13,742 
A. Ak^r^Douj^lBB (CI 

Unop. 



KBNT, ISLE OF THANB 

9304 
J. Lowther <C) 

Unop. 



KEMT, MID OP MBDWA 

i3Jii« 
Col C. E. Wardo (C) 

Unop. 



1900 

8830 
Earl Percy (C> 



Unop, 



9223 
Earl Percy (C) 4E3.J 
Sir K O'Mttlley (LJ l«24-32Il 



QlfSTINEI'S 

IJ,2I1 
A. AkerB-Dougln^ (C} 



KBNT, HOMTH.WUST or 

13,888 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, 

Bt. (C) aesG 

Sir Patteson 

NickaUH <L) 4557-1142 

KCSNT, HORTH-BAST or 

i3j<n 

F. G, Barnes (G) 5738 
a Barrow (L) 4557-1181 



Unop. 



10,017 
J. Lowther <C| 

Unop. 
Mr. iMwther di£d. 
OcL 7, 1904 a0,«23) :- 
H. H/Marki^ (CI 1018 
JoBCph Kinif {D 366l>.3i2 



13 fi@5 

CoL C E, Warde (CJ 



Uw^ 



DASTPOBII 

15,798 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, Bt. ^C) 
Unop, 



15,841 
A. Akcra-Doiii^laH 

(Cj 
C. W. B. Prescott 

(L> 



7655 
4794-2861 



FAVBRSMAM 

14,795 
Capt. J. Howard (C) 



KBNT, SOUTH, or ASH FOHP 

U,Qi31 
h. Hardy (C) 

Unop. 

KBMT, SOUTH- WBST, OP TONBRIDQB 



Unop, 



12,714 
L. Hanly (Cl 5898 

B. NicholBon (IC^ 2343-3556 



ia,17l 

A. B. Grimth-Boscaweti (C) 
Unop, 



13,511:1 
A. S, Grifflth^BoB- 

cmweri |C') 557fl 

Clifford Cory (L^ aLtH-2082 



KBMT, WBST, &r SBVE: HQAKS 



13. 7n 

H. W. h'orBlor {€} 



Unop. 



1I,8£^1 
H. H. Maiks |C| 6154 
Joseph King (L) 3901-1198 
F. McC. Goodhivrt 
(C) 925 



14,fS8 
CoL C, K. %Varde (C) fllfi7 
A. WiUiamfi (Ll 0061-106 



19,741 
J. Rowlandia ^L) 9)533 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, 
Bt. (C) 6728-2801 



14,860 
Dr. T.B.Napier (I.) 6825 
Capt^ J. Howard 
(C) 6001-1834 



13,884 
L. Hardy (C) 
P. A. Harria (L) 



5»H4 
5614-3a> 



15,500 
A, P. Hedff©H <U 7170 
A. S. Grifflth'Boft- 
cawen (C) 6887-1283 



I 14,S«1 

I H. \y. Fopstor (C) 6604 
' M. Richardson (L) 1792-4312 
Mr^ FifTfiter appointed a 

Lord of the TreciAurM \ 
Aug. 21 , 1902 a5,A3tt> v- \ 

H. W. Foretor ^C) 333a ^ 
RMorlceCL) 4Ma-«i\ 



17,266 
H, W. Foi-Htor (C^ 7219 
B. Morice (Ll 6855-384 

M, S. RicliiJJcd**».v 



k 



LIBERAL. ^^^A.B, BOOlt, \^S^^* 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 
KSRRir, BAST m,em} 

5971 
J. D. Sht-ehan (X( 3101} 
C. H. de G. Kobcrl- 



KBRRY, HORTH m,ms\ 
5B72 
J. Stack (S) 

Unop. 



KKRilY, SOUTH [42>0ei] 
i529 
John OXToniior ^N) 2742 
D. O'Connell (C) 13»-SeOO 



KBBRY, IfTEST {43,871] 
5668 
K. Harrington (N^ 2607 
Col, W. Rowan (C) 26^-2345 



Kkste VEN, North— *<e Lino olnshirb. 
Kkbteyen. South— sec Linc OLNSHmK, 



KIDDBHMIHSTER [26^2)0^] 
45()B 
J. Brinton {L) 2172 

A. F. Godson (C) 2014-158 

KlLIlJtRa, RORTH [30,4V3] 
5108 
J. L. Carew (H\ 3168 
Baron D. Hobeck 
IC) 467-2701 

KILDARB, SOUDH [33,0O3J 
5070 
J. Leahy N^ 

Unop, 

KILKBHMIT [13.242] 
1809 
J. F, Smlthwick (X) 



1866 

mi 

J. D. Sheuhan (N> 



Uimp. 



J. Stack (K) 



597^ 



Unop* 



John O'Connor (N) 

Unop. 
Mr. O'Connor resigjted, 
Sept. 21, 1887 (4267) ■- 
D. KillJride <N> 

Un4ip. 



E. Harrington (N) 



Unop. 



4506 
A. K OodBon (C^ 
W. a Bluiit (L) 



Unop. 



HXEiKSHmr, NORTH [3t. 
am 
E, M. Manim (N) 40S1 
Hon. C, B. Bellew 
{C} 174-3810 



6108 
J, L. Carew (N> 



5070 



J. Loahy (N) 



1886 
T, Qulnn (N) 



2081 
1796-285 



Unop, 



Unop^ 



Unop, 



856] 

5904 

E. M. Manim {K\ Unop» 

Mr. Marum died. 

Dec. 2^ IStK} ims) :— 

Sir J. P. Heaneeay 
<N) 3ffi7 

V, Scnily iPi 1385-1162 

Sir X P. He^mesHif died. 
I Oct 29.1881(5873) ;- 

P. MoBeniiott (N> Unop. 



1892 

J. D, Sheehan (S) 3600 
J. McGiHycuddy to 353^2347 



585^ 
T. Sexton <X) 
E. H. Burke (P^ 



776-aO© 



D. Kilbrido IN) 2086 
J. D. Foley <P) 22o-lK 

H. Q. A. Winn {€} m 



R338 
SirT^Efimonde, Bt, 

(N) ^219iJ 

E. HarriDiTton <P) 1143-131T 
R. E, Palmer (C> 43 



4236 
A. F. Godson (CJ 
E. Eve (L) 



5fi01 
R J, Koimedy (N) 
J. L. Carew (P) 



2066 
1801-3K 



2153 
nfi7-44^ 



9»73 
M. J. Minch (N) 
J, l^eahy (P) 



2ft42 
tr7^ieK7 



1S06 
T. B. Ciirmu {N\ 
John O'Connor (P) 



744 

604-140 



5870 
P, aicDermott (N) 2888 
W. McM. KAvan- 
litfh \G) 31i-2SSA 



1J^BKA1^ TKAB. BOO¥^ \SS^^, 



■ 






m 


1 


1 POLL-BOOK, 1885^1907* 


281 






1895 


19O0 


1906 




KBRRY, BAST 












57fi3 


6O05 


5611 








Miahael Davitt IN) Uin^p. 


J. Murphy iX) 


J, Murphy ^X) 
E, O'Sullivan <N) 


2185 






Mr. Davitt elected to sit 


Unop. 


2131^54 






for Mayo. S. 
March *27, 1896 (5629) :— 












Hon. J. B, Roche 












<X) isei 












J. McGiUicuddy 












tCj *!8(M381 












KERRY, NORTH 












5744 


5S75 


5061 








T. Sexton (X| Utwp. 


M, J. Flavin (N) 


M, J» Flavin (X^ 








Mr. SeMon resigned. 


Unop, 




Unop. 






April ^24, 1896 {^^) :- 












M. J. Flavin (N) Unop. 












KERRY, SOOTH 












3472 


5758 


5»S3 








D. Kilbride (N^ Uimp, 


J, P. Boland (X) 


J, P, BoUnd (N) 








Mr, Kilbride elected to fdt 


Uw^ 




Un&p. 






for Gttlway, N. 
Sept. 4. ima {3472) :— 
T. J. Farrell (N) 1209 
































W. M. Murphy IN) 474-735 












KERRY, WEST 












5839 


58iS 


£826 








Sir T. Ksmoode, Bt. <N) 


T. O'Donnell <N) 24dt 


T. O'DonneU (X) 








Unop. 


J, Julian (X) 106S.-13a» 




Unop, 






KIDDBRHENSTER 












4196 


4289 


letff 








A. F. Godaon {V) 2008 


Sir A. F. Godson {€) m'M) 


E. B. Baiiiard (L) 


2354 






B. Eve (L) 1713-t29& 


E. B. Barnard (L) 1S04-146 


a Baldwin (C) 


2083-271 






KIIiDJLRM, NORTH 












5007 


6541 


4843 








r. J. Engledew (X) m4 


K Leamy ^N) WSl 


John O'Connor (N) 








J. L. Cariiw (P) 1712-232 


C. J. Kngledew (N) 12*;»»-232 j 
Mr. Leamy died, ' 
Feb. 14, im {4im :- ( 


Utwp. 














Klt^OARE* SOUTH 


J ohn Coiitior {N ) Unop. 










6011 


7573 


5164 








M. J. Minch IX) 


M. J, Minch (N^ Unop. 


D, Kilbride (X) 








Unop. 


Mr. Minch remfrned. 
Ma> 22, I9re (545Sh- 




Uftop. 




1 


KILKENNY 


D, ICilbride (N) Unop. 








1789 


2556 


1533 






P. O'Brien (P) 681 


P. 03rien (N) C/jiop. 


P. O'Brien (N^ 








J. P. FarreU m 667-14 






Unop. 






KILKENNY, NORTH 












5550 


6170 


5162 








P. McDermott (XI 


P. McDermott (X) t/nop. 


J, Devlin <N) 








Unoip, 


JIfr. Mi:l)erm4itt remaned. 




Unon. 








Feb, 20,1902(3481):- 


Mr. Devlin elected to ait for 








J. rtevlin (N) Uiwp. 


Belfant. W. 
March 3, 1906 (51(52) : 












M. Meagher ^X) 


Uiwp.m 


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282 



THE HOUSE OP COMMONS 



1685 
KILKBNNir, SOUTH |33^ 

P. A. rhance iS) HW8 

K. De ta Poer iC) 'H^saBb 



KIIiHARNOCK BIS^RIC 

10,17& 

P. siuiTock (C^ [mb 

Visct. Dalrymple 

J. S, Storf (IC) 5& 



7471 
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KIHCJLEBtKBSMiRA [38, 
5530 
Gen. Sir G.Balfour 

D. a Port«ou8 (C^ 1387-1893 

KIHG^S COOHTYp BIBS 

5236 
B, C\ Molloy (X> aioe 
CttpLT.S.W.Ber- 
Q&rd (CI 760-2648 

KINO'8 COUNTY, TUIiL 

5162 
Dr. J. F. Fox (N^ 3700 
W. H. Wtikh lO 323-3377 
King's Lynx^hm LrsfN Rk 
Kingston— «ee Surhby. 
Ki?ffosTON - UPON - Hull— see 
KiNoawiNFOBii-^^ee Stafms 

KIRKCJLIJ>T DISTBIGl? 

5282 
SirG. Campbell (L| 21B<J 



1886 

5647 
. Chance (N) 



T [90,433] 

10.475 
8. Williamson (Lf 
P. aturruuk [C) 



Ujwjp. 



468* 

378()-8ai 



|M6| 



J. ai. imkUw (I) 

H. T. Munro (C| 



lMM-«76 
718 



dSSD 



G<^. Sir G. Balfour (L^ 



KIBKCUDBRlOMTSHlIt 

^i72l^ 
Mark J. Stt^warl (C) 252<1 
A- Youpg (L) 2492-31 

KlRKDAm— S^e TjJVERrOOL. 

Knutsford— see Chkshireu 

XtJLliSSTH, BRIX'TOH 17 5,366] 
7903 
gal lay (C> 3127 
ulake Odgers 



nop. 



[30,761] 

£236 
B. f\ Mollo/ JNI 3288 
Capt. T, a W, Ber- 
nard (C) 711-25o5 

AHOBB |2»,423J 

5162 

Dr. J. F. Fox (N^ 

Uttop. 



RDSHIKE. 

[43,877] 

Sir G. CarnpbcU (LJ 2014 

T. Bai-clay (LU) »t 1-1103 

Sir <r. Campbell died. 

March IL ISSftf fo*'74) :- 

J. H. Dalzicl (L> 2567 

E, Cox (LUj 1531-1088 

B [31.503] 

Mark J. Stewart (C) 2471 
A- Young (LJ WJ^-fiTt 



k 



7963 
jjallay (C) 3300 



M.H. 

(Ll ™,. 

Mr. Bai^galiay reMfffied. 
July 19. 1887 l&iSfiH- 
Miux)ueH«!. of Car- 

iimrtiieti K*) 3307 

J. Hill (L^ 25e»-738 



1892 



P. A, Chance (X) 33J6 
R. De la Poer iC) 253"30y3 
Mr. Chancf^ rrmenwd. 
St«pL 7* 1S94 (5y85h- 
S. Munrit^ (X^ Unop. . 



11.216 
S. Williamt«>a (L> 
C. S. DickHon (C) 



5110 
433^TWj 



5719 
J. W, Crombie (L) 2444 
J. Stephen (LU> 1376-1088 



5^3 
B. C. Molloy tNy 3279 
W. T. Tnineh IC) 670-3SQB 



52415 
Dr, J. F, Fox (S) 



Uvwp, 



5274 
J. H. Dalziel {U 2741 
J. Chiaholm (LU> 8a8-l«fi 



Mark J. Stewart (C) 2485 
A. Youn? (L) 24M-3t 



97a» 

Marqntw-H of Tar- 

marthen (C) 4061 

R, Slupley (L) 3204^7 



I 



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POLL-BOOK, ims^imj. 



t895 
mi 

S. Morris m 

Unop. 



I 



1900 

5141 



XJi^p^ 



mZiHAIEirOCK DIBTBICT 

12.027 
Col. J. M. r»*miy (C| §432 
S. Williamson {U 30&1-381 



13.821 
Col.J.M.Denny(C>e07S 



KIlfCABDIHBBHIRB 

XW.CKimbk^L) 2fl03 
Hon, C. J. Trefufiij? 

^O aoiOngfls 

KIRO'a CO0HTT. BlftR 

fiOOS 
a C. Molloy IK) 

Unop. 



KIMa*S COUNTY, TUIiIi 

SCSI 
Dr. J, r» Fos (N) 



S934 
J. H. DftlzieJ IL) 3078 
a Keke wloh JC) I J 22-1030 



6110 
J. \\\ Crombie (LJ 30tei 
J. Mowab iO ISa&'iaSS 



1906 



51^ 
J. O'Marft {N) f7inoj>, 

Mr. O'MartL renintied, 
Julr 29, met (5043) :— 
I N. J* Muvphy (N) Un4>p. 



16,[K24 
A, R RAfny (L) SiSes 
T. W. Mclntyr^ (O 5743-3525 



J. W. tumble (L> 3877 

a. J. GamniqU a I l5a4-23S3 



479@ 



41I3(» 
E. H. Burke (N) 



mn 

J. H. Dakiol (L) 
M. B. Nairn (LU» 



list 

1181-270 



Ut%op. 



3354 

^)i3-mi 



KI11KOU19BRIORTSHIR B 

5842 I 

Sir Mark J. Stew^ 

art, BL (C:) 09^ 

J. A. Duncsan (L> 24BH70 



58M 
i^irMarkJ.Htewart, 

It. H, Cox (L) 2l8J-fl(J3 



I,J^lf BBTH, BRDCT&H 

1^253 
Marque»R of C*ir- 

inarthon (C) 4lflS 
Sir R,G. Head, Bt. 

iU 210^1909 

lA^rd Varmarthen wu^ 

ceeded to peerage a.& 

Jan. 3(K IJ^fflS UUr-TSTh— 
Hon. K. Hubbard 

KM urn 

E. W. Nunn (LI 2l3l-2»K 
Mr. Hubbard re^iffntd. 
Mareh ^, 1900 f/adatfj .*— 
Sir FL a C. Mowbi^\\ Bt. 



1O,06S 
Sir M. G. C. Mowbray. 

Unjap. 



M. Eeddj* <N) 



mm 

K. H. Burke ^N) 



Un^p. 



Unop. 



7tt43 
J. H. Dnldel (L> 40^ 
A. HL B, Constable 
iV\ 1410-3249 



MaJ^O-McMicking 
(L| 2715 

Sir Mark J. Stewart-, 
BU m 2418-287 



If, 010 
J. H. Seaverni^ I L) i.^il 
D. DaMol \V) 423*^«ae 



\ 



I'IBBRAX ITKIlR BOOK^ \W». 



2B4 



TBB HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

LAHBBTH, KBNKINQT 

8313 
R. Gont-Dftvis (C> S051 
J. O'Connor Power 

iU 2991-300 

J. Fielding (Soc> 32 



LAMBETH, NORTH [SO. 
7339 
Gen. C". Fraser ^C) %m 
W. Wren {U 2316-178 

Sir J. C Lawrence, 
Bt. (L| €82 

ULMBBTHt NORirOOD 
7501 
T. KBriRtowe(C| U^ 
P. W. Ck) den jL) 2563-933 
nANARKSHIRC:, GOV A 

W. Penrco <C) 3677 

U. Burleigh |L) 3S32.155 
1). G. Hoey (I J 11 



1886 

ON 178.3131 

S313 
R. GentDavifl {O 3222 
M. e. B*«iufoy (L) '2792-430 
Mr. Gent-Dams rfmffned, 
Mareh 15, 1889 (8920^— 
M. H. Beauf oj (L) 4nfiO 
P. Berejtford'Hopc 

. iC) 3438-63fl 

542J 



Gen. C. Fraaor (C) 
W. Wren |L^ 



2723 
2311^12 



EtANARKSHIBB, MID |9 

a Mason {LI 2R7.i 

W. R. Bouafleld (C) 257(^298 
J. C. Forrest (L) 1913 



LANABKSHTRB, HORT 

10,814 
D. Crawford (L) 45Gi 
J. C. CunlnehaniQ 
to 4405-159 



I<ANARKSHIR19, NORT 

9373 
J. Baird {Cj 4545 

H. B. Ciinninghftmo 
Gmham {hi ^42-1103 



rS5,730] 

7501 
T. UBHfltoweO 3334 
Oscar BrowTthiK^L) ie06-l728 

H [K13,«78l 

8998 
W. Pearre {C\ 3^74 
T. A. Bickfion {L^ 3212-362 
Sir fV. Pearce died. 
Jan. 18, 1880 (9'240h- 
John Wilson (L) 4420 
Sir J. Pender {hU] 334»-1071 

0,906] 



liAMARKSHlRE, 

B915 
A. C. RelUr <L) 
Lord L&miox iQ 
J. ^Murdoch Hi 



S. Mason (L) 3779 

J^ W« 8. Harvey 

tLU) 2909-870 

Mr. Majimi remgncd. 
April 27. 1BS8 (9143) :— 
J, W. Phillpj>8 (LI 3847 
W. R. Bonsfleld <C) 2917-930 
J.KoirHftrdle{Lftb) 617 

H-BAST [119,349] 
10,814 
D. Crawford {U 42(j!9 
Sir T. E. Colebrook, 
BL (LU) 3990-279 



H*lHrBaT [100,209] 

9373 
R. B. Cnnningbanie 

Gmham iU Aim 

J. BaiPd {C) 38B8-332 



PART 

3720 
33S5-341 

74 



1892 



9348 
M. H. Beauf oy IL) 3860 
F. Faithf nil Begg 

(C) 32a3-eCf? 



7229 
F. M. C«ldwellti (L) 2524 
H. M. Stanley {LU^ 3394-130 



C. E. Trlfcton (C) 
Dr. Verdon (H 

I1J51 
John WilFon (L) 
N. Spt^ni^ (C( 



4147 
25ei--15IS 



3829-10f» 



HM96 




J. W. Philipp.^ (L) 


4611 


CoL H, .Stuart {C\ 


34«9-ir2I 


Mr. Philippft resigned. 
April 5. 1894(1 1,294):- 


J. Caldwell (U 


39B5 


CoL H. Stuart (C> 36av330 


R. SraiUie (Lab) 


1221 


12.645 




D. Crawford {h} 


S281 


A. Whitelftw (C> 


&181-97 



11,406 
G. A. L. A\Tiitclaw 

(i't 
Col. J. B. C. Rcado 



4770 



ICK fll5,52S] 

8945 
A, C. Bellar (LU) 3745 
R. A. McLean \U *m\^\ 
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Feb, 11, \m\ mm^-r \ 



1U53 
J. Parker Smith 
tLUL 



5006 V 



LIBEBAI. ^KXB- ^OOVl, 




/ 



1895 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 
1900 



285 



liAMBBTlL KBNNINOT 

10^17 
F. L. <:kK)k (C) 3764 
M. H. Beauf oy (L) 2?«&-8»5 
W.Wightman(IL) 730 



XiJLMBBTH, NORTH 

7338 
H. M. Stanley (LU) 2878 
C. P. Trevelyan (L) 2473-405 



ON 

10.432 
F. L. Cook (C) 
R. W. Essex (L) 



7090 
F. W. Homer (C) 
Col. C. Ford (L) 



ULMBNTH, NORWOOD 

9635 
C. B. Tritton (C) 

Unop. 
IiANJLRKSHIRN, OOYAN 

11,416 
John Wilson (L) 4290 
G. Ferguson (LU) 40»-261 
A. Haddow (ILP) 4§l 



LANARKSHIRN, 

11^ 
J. Caldwell © 
C. EL Ma<}kenzie 
(LU) 



MID 

4447 



4376-71 



MORT 



IiANARKSHIRB, 

14,083 

J. Colville (L) 6288 

A. Whitelaw (C) 5751-537 



11,204 
C. E. Tritton (C) 



14,807 
R.H. Craig (L) 
R. Dimcjan (LXJ) 



4195 
2309-1886 



2677 
1795-882 



Unop, 



5744 
5580-164 



12,998 
J. Caldwell (L) 
C. K. Mackenzie 
(LU) 



5075-192 



Mr, ColvUU died. 
Sept. 26, 1901 (16,894):— 
Sir W. H. Rattigan, 

K.C. (LU) 5673 

C. B. Harmsworth 

(L) 4769-904 

R. Smlllie (Lab) 2900 



liANARKSHIRR, NORT 

12,371 
J. G. Holburn (L) 5244 
G. A. L. Whitelaw 

(C) 5147-97 

Mr. Holburn died. 
Feb. 21, 1899 (13,337):— 
Dr. C. M. Douglas 

(L) 5723 

G. A. L. Whitelaw 

(C) 5364-359 

IiANARKSHIRR, PART 
13,152 
J. Parker Smith 

(LU) 5551 

W. L. Mackenzie 

{L) 4344-im 



H-BA8T 

16,001 
J. ColviUe (L) 7120 

Sir W.H. Rattigan, 

Q.C. (LU) 5667-1553 

Sir W. H. Battigan died. 
Aug. 10, 1904 (18,^) :- 
A. Findlay (L) 5619 
G. H. Touch (C) 4677-942 
J. Robertson (Lab) 3984 



H-WE8T 

13,568 
Dr. C. M. Douglas 

(L) 5505 

L. Edmunds (LU) 6214-291 



lOK 

15,921 
J. Parker Smith 

(LU) 6950 

R. Lamble (L) 4717-2233 



1906 

10,382 
S. Collins (L) 
Sir F. L. Cook, Bt 
(C) 



3054-1585 



H. Myer (L) 2162 

Mai. W. Gastrell (C) 1904-258 
D. Naoroji (L & Lab) 733 

F. W. Horner (C) 108 

12,867 

G. S. Bowles (C) 5567 

N. W. Hubbard (L) 4748-819 

17,538 

R. Duncan (LU) 5224 

H. S. Murray (L) 5006-128 

J. Hill (LRC) 4212 



15,375 
J. CaldweUgli) 
Capt. D. F. Camp- 
bell (LU) 
A. S. Gibson (Ind) 



7246 



4470-2776 
758 



19,728 
A. Findlay (L) 6436 
Hon. H. F. Elliot 

(LU) 4838-1598 

J. Robertson (Lab) 4658 



16,814 
W. MitcheU- - 

Thomson (LU) 5588 
Dr. C. M.Dougla8(L)4913-675 
J. Sullivan (Lab) 3291 



21,411 
R. Balfour (L) 
J. Parker Smith 
(LU) 



9477 
7960-1517 



MBJBRAL. VBASt BOOYL, \&^» 



286 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
LANARirflHIItB 

J. O, C. Hamilton 

J» H. C. Horier (Cj 3*245-1338 

IiANGABHIRSp AGGRIli 

10,797 
F. W. Grafton (U 532<) 
R. T. Hennon- 



I 1886 I 

souT R \m^;m\ 

snei I 

J. IL C. Hojrior {C^ 3577 
J, a, C. Haiii Uton IL) 35Si*-18 



R, T. Hprraon- 

HodK« d") 
J, F, Lticwe ID 



mi 
4751-230 



IiANOASRlRS,BIiAGHI>OOIi [111,014] 



ll.BtlS 
CoL Hon, R A. Stanley (C> 



LANCASHIRE, BOOTE.B 

y,B63^ 
Coi T. M. Bandyfl 

(Q 6715 

a H. Whitbread 



11 903 
CoL Hon. F. A. Stanley (CI 

Unop. I 
Col. Stanley raised to ptitr- | 

ope aji ijordL Siartley of i 

PrestOTu 
Aug, 30. 18S« (11.903) :~ 
Slrl^L W. Ridlej% 

Bt. (C4 fi383 

J, O. Hlklngton (L| 2513-3750 

[121,1051 

CoL T, M. Sandys (C) 

Unop. 



<U 



9(*»3-'2782 



LANCABHIRB, GHORXiB 

Gen. R. J. Feilduri 

tC» 5867 

a Wright (LI 280eu3oga 



1892 



881S 
J. H. C. Ho^er (C) J032 
T. O. H, Hedder- 
wick (L^ 3ei54-3fi8 



12,309 
J. F. Le^e, QX\ (L| fl01» 
R, T, Hormon- 

Horttre (Ci sm-ai 

Mr. ij&tHe appointed Hf- 
cor tier of MarvcheMter. 

Doc. lil, 1893 U2,:»l) ;— 

J, F. Leesc, Q.C. (L) 5823 

R. T. Hermon- 
Hodge (CI &i64-238 

13.124 
SlrM.W, Ridley, 

BL (C^ 653R 

T, Walker (L) 3487-304W 



Y [77,0531 

fiSBl 
Gcru R. J. Feilden (C> 



Un4jp, 



IiAHCASHIRE, GLITHB ROE [110.g5»l 

12.fSe8 ! 1^698 

SirU.Kay-8huttle- Sir IT. Kjiy^Shuttle 

wonh, Btv (L) 6821 , worth. BL (L^ 

J, 0. S. Thursby Unop. 

{Ci 44€a-255S) ' 



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liAHGASHIRE, DARWE N [78J3r>l 

12,029 r2,R2fl 

Visct, Cmnboino Vinct. Cranbome 

(CI 5878 I (C> 

J. G, Potter <L) 5873-'5 J. Sla«g (L) 

liAHCASBIRB, 3SGG JUS S '[92.^)1 

tfTSl I S781 

Hon. A. J, Kgerton Hon, A, J. Egerton 

tcf i^m iV) 

V, K. Armitage (L) 4312-247 , K. IK Gonlinia: (L) 
I Mr. Eijertmidted. 



0085 
6S!B-7m 



4277 
39S5-29if 



(11. 1 
.1. Roby fe ««V\ 



15.772 
Col. T. M. BaJidys 

(CI 
A, McDoiigall iU 



fi532 I 

44(»-2072 I 



1^,593 
Gen, R. J. Feilden (C> 

Unop- 
Gen, Feilden died. 
June?, 189»(ll,3ilB):— 
Lord Balcarres (Ci Unop, 



15.212 
Sir U. Kay-Shuttle- 

worth, Bt (L) 7657 
W. K/BrigKH (C) 5o06-215l 



13.841 
C. P, Huiiliiigtoii 

ID 
Vipct. C*ranboitio 

(CI 

12.fH0 
H. X Roby \U 
O. Leigh Clare (t") 



(mi 

m23-il4 



5340 
507l-a 



Hotu A. F, Kgcrt«n 



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POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



I liJUtARKSHIRB. SOXTT H 

913B 0134 

J. H* C, Hosier iO 4053 Hon. J. H. C. Hozier 

R. Lamlii© (U 382a-23f> iC} 3968 

Vk\ Menzics (L) 3616-458 



1895 



190a 



iiANGASHXHB, JICCBIN Of ON 

Sir J. F. LeoHe, 

aC. (LI «168 

W. Mitchell (C^ 582S-340 



1906 



J. D. Mitchell m 



287 



IS16 
3.>il-127.> 



1^221 15,3D1 

Sir X F. I^ese, Q. C. Sir J- F. Leofic, K . C. 

{L^ 6385 I (U 7208 

K Micholls iC\ 589^.502 i D. IK Irving (Soc) 4833-2357 

J. Hempsall {Soc) 433 i S. M. Holdeo ^Lab> 619 



EiAlf CASHIRSt BLAGKP OOKi 

Sir M. \\\ Kklley. Bt, |C) 
(/nop. 



16.807 
Sir M. W. Ridiev. Bn 

(C) Untyp, 

Sir M. W. Ridley rained to 

peeragp as Lord Rtdltif- 
Dec. 21, im\ (Id.flCiT) :- 
H. W. Worslev, 

Tarlor, Q,r, <C) 7050 
J. Heap <L) 55«>-H70 



f£ANCASHIIIE, BOOTLB 

16,273 1T.439 

C^L T. M. Sandys {€) Col, T. M. Sandys {C) 

Unopn Unop. 



2(>.33S) 
W. W. Ai^hley (C) 10,139 
H. T. PhillippH (L) 7O78-30ei 



IiAMGABHIRE»CHORLB T 



Lord Balcsarrea \C\ 



Unop. 



LAHCABHiaiB, GLITHE 

ifiifsa 
Sir V. Kav-Hhirttle^ 
worth, Bt. iU 

Unop. 



liAKCASHIRB, DARWE 

X HiilhfrforrHO 70^58 . 

C l\ HuntinKlcin ' 

(LI fHlT-SIl 



j 12.288 

Lord Balcarros (O Unap. 
I fMvd Balcarreji tjjipfyintfd 
I a iMrd of the Treasurw* 
Nov. 4. iyfl3 (12,8361 :— 
I^rd Bttlcarre** (C| mm 
J. Lawi-en ee ( f -.) 47fle-1428 

ROE 

18,384 
Sir U,Kay'f5b little- 
worth, Jit. (LI Unop. 
Sir U. KaU'Shuttleuyortk 
rreated LordShnttleworth. 
Auk, L 191 tt ((9,4611:- 
D, J. 8hackl©ton (Labi 

Unop. 
N 

J. Rntherfoni (CI 7228 
i.\ V. Huntinffton 
(L) 675S^7n 



m?2i 

Col. T. M, Sandys 

(C) 7821 

Dr. A» P. Thomaa CL) 74B1-340 



13.247 
Ijord BalcaiTOfi (C| 680a 
E. Cmiwjihfty \V i1- 
lianiH iU 5416-1387 



liARCASHIRB, ecCLES 

rimi I 

O. Leijrh Clare (C| 6722 

H, J. Roby (LI .^302-430 | 



1LR74 
O. Uiffh Clare iC] 
,h R Fry (L) 



5f«34-2Ifl 



20.^3 
D. J. Shackleton 

(LRt;) 
B. J. Bolton aC) 



12.oai 
3828-8207 



]6.f>U 
J. Ru( her ford iV} 
h\ C4. HindlB \L) 



7792 
7767-25 



4 



10,832 
DnrLRPollRi-diDSeil 
T. Btnttard (C ) .t"J46-5B5 

H. Tlllett (LRC^> 3HK5 



\ 



J^IBBRAL ^EAJl BOOK, 1W», 




TMM HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 



1886 



R. Peacock (L) ssm ' R. Peacock (Ll 

D. I. Hat tc lor iC) 3ih': lUn ViRct. Grt)j- de Wil- 
ton ICI 



4592 
4135-457 



1892 



11782 
W. Mather (L> 5255 

K F. G, Hatch tC) aTjS^ZS 



Mr, Pencocjc died* 
March 22, 1H8& ( 10,674 ^ :- 
W. Mather (L) 5155 

E. F, G. Hatch {0} i3m-MS 

XiMKCKBWtmm, HBTWO OD [57,8MJ 

26» 9269 

IwvftcHojle(L) l^aas iHaacHoyletU 4306 

J, Ken von (C) ?&o5~.^m J. GranL Lawson (C) 37rt2-444 



XiANGASHIRi;, tnCm f79;33»] 

9157 9157 

CoL H. B. H. Blun- Col. H- B. H. Blun- 

delllCj 4371 delMC) 4308 

C. M. t-orcy <L) 3725^546 , G. P. Taylor {L) 32-^^1060 

LAHGABHIRB, liANGA STER [7^6B2l 
89B1 ] mi 

MnJ. G. B. H, Mar^ J- WilliamKOn (L) 3886 

ton (C) 4387 Mnj. G. R H. Mar- 

X C. McCoan |L| 3530^7 I ton (C) 3691-1815 

X^AHGASHIRE, ENRICH [79.4651 

8.772 , a=>7^ 

Caleb Wright (L) 4621 Caleb Wright <L) 4297 

LwsK Knowlesi (O 3275-lMJ | W. H, Myers (CI 3134-1163 



9251 
T. Eimm (L) 
yir H. Ijiwrenec, 



3715-IKl 



10,059 
Sam Woodi^ (L^ IS79 
CoL H. B. H. BlTin- 
doll (C) 



9995 
J. Williamson (L) 
Hit T. Storey (LU> 



Caleb Wright (L) 
W. C. Jones (CJ 



1755 
4(»7.>-fi80 



4899 
3yO5-901 



EiJJICASSiRE, MIDBIiB 

11.748 
CoL SaUH-Schwabo 

(LI 58S2 

T. Fielden {C\ 4885-997 



IiAHOJISHmE, NEWTO 

SIM4 
Sir R. A. CrOBfl (C) 4414 
CoL G. McCorquo- 
dale (L) 4031-3S3 



TON r74,fJ471 

11,748 
T. Fielden i€\ 5VM 

C, H. Hop wood, Q.C- 
(L) 4808^18 



N [80,408} 

»344 
Sir K. A. Croaa O 43<r2 
BivQ, Kmngton, Bt. 

(L) 3I8&-816 

Sir R, A. Cross raised to 

peerage as Lord lyos.-^!, 
Aug^, IG. 188G(9344): - 
T. W. Legh (C) 4062 

D. O'C, French, Q,C. 

(L) 3335-707 



1U051 
C, H, Hopwood* 

T. Fielden fC) 



T. W. Legh (C) 
W, Neill, Q,L\ {D 



5389 
5?73-tl« 



4713 
3819^^ 



LJIHGJiSHIRE, NORTH LONSDALE [50,430] 



9-219 

W. G. Ain.sli© (C) 
air F, HemchoU, 
Q.C. (L) 



4166 
3S*U-a22 



LJiNCASHIRE, ORMBKI 

*i7l4 
A. B. Forwood{C) 5133 
J, P, Shelflon iU 2ril3-2790 



9'219 

W. G. AinsU© (C^ 4<lrt3 
W. M. Edmunde (X.) 3263-8110 



RK [75,993] 

8714 
. B. Forwood iQ 



9231; 
W. Smith (T.I 4303 

\\\ D, t^ruwdsoiMCl 3438-177 



Unop. 



9553 
A. B. Fonvood <Ct 4618 
J, Middlehuwt (Lt I'lm 2517 



LlBERAl. ^KAK BUOVL, 



\^stsa. 



I 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



289 



1895 

liAMCASHIRB, GORTON 

12,961 
E. F.G. Hatch (C) 5865 
K. M. Pankhurst 
<L) 4261-1604 



ULNOASHIRE, HETWO 

9334 
Gapt O. Kemp 

(LU) 4489 

T. Snape(L) 



LAMOASHIRB, IMOB 

10,935 
CoL H. B. H. Blun- 

deU (C) 5235 

Sam Woods (L) 4790-445 

IiANGASHIRB, IiANGA 

10.778 
CoL W. H. Foster 

(C) 5028 

I. S. Leadam (L) 4394-^34 

LANCASHIRE, IiBIGH 

10,763 
C. P. Scott (L) 5130 
W. W. A. Fitz- 
gerald (C) 445^^7 

IiANCASHIRE, MIDDLE 

12,446 
T. Fielden (C) 5926 

C. H. Hopwood, 

Q.C. (L) 5061-865 

Mr. Fielden died. 
Nov. 4, 1897 (12,945):— 
J. Duckworth (L) 6964 
W. MitcheU (C) 6664-300 

IiANCASHIRE, NEWTO 

11,073 
Hon. T. W. Legh 

(C) 5358 

J. Moon (L) 3854-1504 

Mr. Legh succeeded to 
peerage as Lord Newton. 
Jan. 16, 1899 (12,076) :— 
Col. R. Pilkington (C) 

tJnop. 

IiANCASHIRE, NORTH 

9458 
R. F. Cavendish 

(LU) 4313 

Baron Halkett (L) 3610-703 



LANCASHIRE, ORMSK 

10,107 
A. B. Forwood (C) 4780 
T. Stonor (L) 198^2895 

Sir A. B. J*'orwood died. 
Oct. 20, 1898 (10,361) ;— 
Hon. Arthur Stanley (C) 
C/nop, 



1900 

14,511 
B. F. G. Hatch (C) 
W. Ward (L) 



OD 

10,022 
Capt. G. Kemp 

(LU) 
E. H. Holden (L) 



5761 
5241-520 



4657 
4431-t 



11,781 
Col. H. B. H. Blundell (C) 
unop. 



STER 

12,334 
N. W. Helme (L) 5113 
Col. W. H. Foster (C) 5069-44 



11,907 
C. P. Scott (L) 5239 

W. W. A. Fitzgerald 
(C) 5119-120 

TON 

13,707 
K. B. Fielden (C) 6147 
J. Duckworth (L) 6011-136 



12,062 
Col.R.PUkington<C) 



Unop. 



LONSDALE 

9537 
R. F. Cavendish (LU) 



Unop. 



IRK 

11,052 
Hon. Arthur Stanley (C) 

t/nop. 



1906 



16,547 
J. Hodge (LRC) 
a wTRoyce {€) 



8566 
4341-4225 



10,463 
E. H. Holden (L) 5351 
Capt. Mannlng- 
ham-Buller (LU) 4245-1106 



12 966 
S. Walsh (LRC) 80« 
Col. H. B. H. Blun- 
dell (C) 341(M636 



14,085 
N. W. Hehne (L) 6524 
Col. W. H. Foster (C) 5640-884 



13,380 
J.F.L.Brunner(L)7175 
D.Macma8ter,K.C. 
(LU) 5169-2006 



14,314 
W.R.D.Adkins(L)7018 
C. C. H. Potter (C) 5485-1533 



13,837 
J. A. Seddon (LRC) 6434 
Col. R. Pilkington 
(C) 5893-541 



9738 
G. B. Haddock (LU) 4121 
R. F. Cavendish (L) 3942-179 



12,624 
Hon. Arthur Stan- 
ley (C) C 



Q-N 



-SSSv-^tSS* 



N 



UBBRAti -nCAXb BOOK, \W». 



290 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



LilSrOJISHlRB, 

11,156 
A. Bucklov (LI 
R. G. C. Mowbray 
(CI I6SS-728 



PRBSTWICH 

6414 



Ji 



[1(J.%1171 
11.156 
R. Q, C, Mowbmy 

ICI 
A. Buckley iU 






\ 



1892 

12,827 
R. G. C. Mowbray 

(c^ ma 



LAHGASHlREi, RADCIiI FFB-CUH- FAR H WORT H f78,297] 

10.4,13 I _ _ 10,433 10,0 



R. Leake (L) 
W. W, B. Hulton 



50O2 
4579-513 



KiARCABHIRE, ROS&BN 

lL4o(l 
Marquess of Hart- 

ingtoji (LI mm 

W, R Bckroyd (C| 4228-1832 



I^AHCASHIRC, 

S4;4T 
Dr. G. A. Pilking- 

toii (LI 
J. K. Edwardi^' 

Mofls (U| 



R, Lcflke (Ll 4695 

Sir F. G. M^ljier. Bt 
(C^ 455e-13S 

DAI«B [71,4^0] 

11,450 
Marati©B& of Hart- 

ingrton (LUi 5389 

T. Newbig^ng |L) 349-1450 
/^rcf Hurtington Hzteceeded 
to peeraffc as Duke of 
Devonshire. 

Jan. 23. lage (n,e79^ :— 

J. H. Maden (L| 6068 
Sir T. Brooks, Bt, 
(LU) 4841-1225 



SOUTH PORT pl.2201 
8437 

Hon, O. N. Ourzon 
3741 (C) 3723 

Dr. G. A. PUklngton 
3581-160 (L^ 3262-461 



fL Loako (L) 4IW8 

CoL J. J, Mollor (C) 4904-05 



11,679 
J. H. Maden ih\ 
A. G. Sparrow (C> 



0058 
4334^1724 



LANCASHIRE, STRETF ORD m,%5] 

11,140 I n,140 

W. Alpicw (L) 4a6B I J. W. Maclure {C) 4750 

J. \\\ Maclimj iC) 4676-190 W. Ag-new (L) 4011-738 



EiANCASHIRE, IRTRST 

F. Hardcastle (O 6011 

K. Ci-OHH (L) 3741-2270 

I.ANGA8HIRB, WIDNB 

8223 
T. C\ Edwardfi-MoHH 

K. K. Muspmtl^L) 2650-1677 



HOUGHTON [97,3nJi 

10.625 
F* Hardcastle (C> 



9 I67,6B1] 

81223 
T. C\ Edwardrt-Mofls 

(C^l 371ft 

A. Birrell \h) 2927-792 



Lanoastbr— fl^r Lancabhib r, 
Launckston— see Cornwal l. 

LSAMINOTON—see WaRWICKI ANT5 LF^AUIirGTON. 




10.514 
Hon. G. N. t'urzon 

<Ci 4753 

Di'. G. H. Pollard (L) 4148-601 




15.42:5 
J. W. MacliH^ (C) 6623 
8. Hall» Q.C* (L) SiCTft-lSldi 



12.979 
Hf>iL V:, Stanley (* 
K Hju-lrtiii (Ll 



LIBEBAI^ YaXR BOOTS.* \S3l^?», 




9014 
J, 8, QlUlat {V\ 
H. W. Deacon (L> 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



291 



1895 1900 I 1906 

liAKGASHIBB, 

F. Ciiwley (L) 
R* G. C. Mowbray 
<C) 

liAMCASHlRB. RAOCLI FFS-C0Bi-FARNWOBTa 

lh2m IVH^ , 13,1.11 

CoL J. J. MellortC) 5523 T. C. Taylor iU •'MS^ T. C, Tuylor iU mm 

l»r. G. H. Pollard J. C. Croisa iC) &137-tW S. Mufljfmvu Rl 5117-1602 

4L» 4»23^XI , 



PBBSTWIGH 

ibjsi \ mm 

6<J39 F. Cawloy ID 7127 F. CAwley (L) HJJK" 

t-ivpt. H. H, Ho\ild>*- W. T. Redb'iiS <C> 6,024^1^3 

5938^101 worth a") B406"7lil | 



ULNCASHIRB, ROSSBN 

11,618 
J. H. Maden (L) 

tjnop. 
Mr^ Maden rtrnfftted, 
, Feb. 13, 1900 (12,14S) ;- 
W. Mather |L) 51136 
Dr. Kingsbury < C) 1561-1372 



DAL.R 

12,118 
W. Mather iU 

Sir W. Mather remgived. 
March 15, IflCtt (12,057^ :— 
L. H&rcourt ^L^ 



12.76* 
L* Harcourt ^L) 6881 
J.R.K,Fletcher(C) 1662-2219 



I 



LANCASMIHE, SOUTHP ORT 

11,533 
Hon. G. N. Curzon 

<C^| Sieif 

Sir H. Navlor-Ley^ 

land, Bt. (L^ 1389-763 

Jlfr, Chtrzon appointed 

Vieerov of India. 
Aw. 34, 1806 |12,3&5h- 
Sir H, Niiylor-Loy- 

land, Bt. (L) 5100 

Lord J^kelniersdalo 

(C^ 182^272 

Sir H. Nayior-Jjeyiund 

died. 
May 30, VSm mfim)i— 
Sir G. A. Ptlking^ 

ton Oi) 563.5 

C. B. Balfour {C\ &im-6iSi 



IiJUfCASBmE, BTRKTF 

1^177 
J. W, Maclure (d 



liAKGABHIRB, WEST 

Ixjrd Stanley (C) 

Unop. 

liAMCASHmB, WIDKB 

J, K Gilliat iV} 3jr73 
H. W. l»eacon (L> 3456-517 



isjm 

K. Mai-Hhftll Hall, 

SirG, A.PilkiQgton 
(L) 5313-200 



ORB 

Sir J, W. Maclure, 

BL iC) 754)1 

H. NuttaU (L) iil38^2563 

Sir X W. Maclure died, 
Feb, 28, mil 09,708) :— 
a A. Crippa. KLC. 

iO 7088 

RThomns«on(U 5791-1287 

HOUGHTON 

15,827 



11,864 
J* M. Astbury, 

It.r, (L) 
K. MarwhftU Hall, 



mn 

63fi7-310 



I^rd Stanley {€} 
F. ThonuiBtMin <L} 



7\m 

4&iy^30ia 



W47 
Ck»l. W. H. iValJior 

(CI 1716 

M.C.MclDornQy (LI 2002-2651 



H.NuttainL| 11,131 
C, A. Crippa, K»<^^' 
iCf 8307-2821 



17.981 

w,T. wifeori iLRC) ftaaa 

Lord Stanley H : ) fiUJl-nai2S 



llXjOS 
CoL W. H. Walker 

<C ) aoi7 

Sir J. Swinburne, Bt, 



I-IflEHAn YEAm BOO^, \W^. 









292 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ^ 


1 


1&85 


1686 


1892 


■ 


I^EDB, CENTRAL L«4.15 


TI 


«i 




11.135 


11.135 


10.215 ^1 




Gurald Balfour (C) 4589 


Gemld Balfour m 4223 


Gemld Balfnur iC) 4448 ^1 




J. Bamtn (L) 4275^14 


Sir J. Kitson, Bt (L) 4212-13 


J, l>aw»onWaJton> ^^ 
Q.V. iL) 4335-m ' 




LBSDS, EAST [65,874] 








8831 


8831 


9134 




R, Dawfion iC) 3849 


J. L. Gane, Q.C. (L) 3930 


J. L. Gane, Q.C\ <L| 4034 




J. L. Gaiicj, ac. (L) 3&tJ4-346 


H. UawHOn (C) iffi&MllO 


A, H. A. Morton <C) 3197-827 
Mr. Oane died, \ 
April 30. 1885(9044):^ ' 
T. R. Lfiuty {L> 3999 i 
J, 1). Power (C) 2868-1131^ 




IiBEDS, NORTH [116,699] 




il 




10,128 


10428 


12,294 H 




W. L, Jackson IC) 4-tW 


W, L. Jackson (C) 4301 


W. L. Jackson (C) STUO ^ ■ 




A. W. RUcker (L) 4237-257 


A. O. Rutaon (L) 3882-619 


T. K Leuty (Lj 4776-1014 




LEEDS, SOUTH [$j.0O4] 




,. id 




10.^131 


10,931 


11/290 ^M 




Sir Lyon Playfair 


Sir Lyon Playfair 


Sir Lyon Playfair "" 




{U sao8 


(L) 4665 


Uj) 4829 




S, C, Macadkie (C) 2868-2339 


T. H. Bracken ^C) 2924-1741 


R, J, N, Keville {€) 3294-1535 
iiir L. Playfair raised to 
peerage as Lord Play/air. 
Bent. 22, 1892 (11,290) :— 
J, Law son Walton, 














g.C. tL) 4414 








R J. N. Nuville IC) 3466^8 




LEEDS, WEST [1(»447] 




M ■ 




12,US8 


12.058 


13.510 ■ 




Herbert J. Glad- 


Herbert J. Glad- 


Herbert J. Qlad- V 




stone (L) 6130 


Btone iU 5225 


stone {lt\ sgfii 




SirW. St. J. Wheel- 


C. Willianifl {C) 2370-2250 


A. QPoonwQod (< ') 5*J21-353 




house, Q.C* tCj 38lM-^26 








LEfiK— se« Staffordshihe. 




^1 




LEICESTER [151,4Sd) 




^1 




2 seats. 3l,fi71 


21,671 
J. A. Picton (L^ 9914 


2-J,970 ^1 




J. A. Plcton (Lj 11,480 
A. McArthurSL) 11.131 


.L A, PicUin (L\ ■ 




A. Mc Arthur (L( 8681 


Sii" J, Whitebwid, Bt, ^r^i*„^^B 




W, Millican (C) 6,751-4370 


R. Bickersteth tLU^5fl86-3««ft 


Air. Picton and Sir J^| 

I'VAitehead rfslffned, ^H 

Aug- 20, 1894 (23,125)!^ H 

H. BroadhurHt {Lj 9464 ^1 














W. Hazell (LJ 7184 ^ 








J. F. L. RoMeston (C) e907'2l7 








J. Burgess (I^bJ Uifl \ 




LEIGM6TBR SHIRS, S3Ji 


ST, OP MELTON [76.3831 


^1 




lO.lW 
Lord J. Mannortj 
iO 5150 


10,190 
Lord J. Manners (C) 


IL3dO ^1 
Marquess of Granby iCJ ^^J^B 




D.R,Ratellff(L) 3868-1282 


Lord J. Manners sttcceeded 
to peerage its iMJie of 
Jutland. 








^^^^ 


, 




March 2L 1888 ao.577):— 


^^^^^^1 


\ 




Marquess of Granby {€} 

Unop^ 


^ 




LEICESTERSHIRE, MI 


D, or LOUOHBORO' [65 


.763) ^B 




0313 


9313 


10.000 ^H 




J. E, Johnaon-Fcr- 


E. J. L. De Lisle (CJ 4075 


J. HL JohuBon-Fur- 




jfUHOri (U 4733 


J. HJohnrton-Fei- 


gUHon iU 4716 




Maj. Hon. M. Cur- 


l^son ID 3940-135 


K J. L. Do LIslo IC^ 3094-721 i 


^ 


mn (C> 3993-1040 






u 


^^^^H r LIBEBAI. TEAB. B001L. \^^. ^^^■■^H 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 



fm 



1895 

lJfiEI>S, CENTRAIi 

lO.SftS 
Gorakl Balfour iC) Hm 
Lt'if Jone« (U 3VK7 7-654 

liBBOe, BAST 

T. H. Lctity (L) 3857 
J. D. Power (C> 3147-710 



LEEDS, NOHTH 

13,563 

H. S. Baiiie« (L) 44M-1508 

IKtBEDS. SOUTH 
J. Lawson Walton, 
ac. ID ¥m 

R. J. \\ Novillo (C) 4447-161 
A. Shaw \XhV) 622 



EBD8, liTEST 

f?_ 14,338 

THerbert j; Glad- 
stone (Ll 6314 
CoL J. T. North (( ( 621ft-9ft 



IiEICEBTER 

24 J 13 
H. BroftdhuTHt (h) H7fta 
W. Haxell iU 7753 

J. F, L. Rolleaton (C) 7654-9» 
J. Biii^cs« ILLI^} 4004* 



liEICESTER SHIRE, BA 

11,804 
Lord Edward Man- 

ntjra {t?) mm 

A. Wakerley (L> 4283-1353 



USIOBSTERSaiRE, MI 

10.274 
J, EL Johiiftoti-Fer- 

gruKoo (L) 4732 

R. L. Ti>otlj IC) 43fla-3?i 



1900 



(KNIA 

Gorald Balfour (C) 4114 
Sir S. MontA^L, 
Bt. (L) 30*2-1102 

9336 
H. S. Cautloy <C) 3453 
J. R. Maguire (L) 1588-1807 
M^ P. Byle« (L 
aod Lab) 1266 



17 387 
W. L, JaokKon \V\ 7513 
J. C. Hamilton (L) 4iMte-2517 
Mr. Jackson ratned to peer- 

a{fe as Lord Affertoit. 
Julv 29- 19<12 (19,001) :- 
R. H. Barran |L) 7o3il 
Sir A. LtiWJion, Bt, 

tCl 6781-758 

13.442 
J, lj*^w,son Walton, 

Q.C. (Ll 4^2 

R. J. N. NeviUtj (C) 4718-234 



16,867 
Herbert J. Glad- 

Htone IL) 7043 

CoL T. W. Hurdiiig 

(LU) 



24,962 
H. Broadhurst IL) 10.385 
Sir J. F. L. RoUo' 

*itou \C) ».(166 

W. Hazell (L) 8.fj38-538 

J, R. Macdonald 

iLtib) 4,104 



ST or MEJ^^rON 

13.4711 
Lord Cocil Mannora 

(C^ 5586 

A. Wakeriey (L> ol93r^92 



D, or LOUGHBORO* 

11,42b 
M. Levy (U 4897 
(LUy 4«30-67 



H. Packo (liUy 



1906 



It. Arniitfl^ (L) 41«8 
Gerald Baffour (C) SUt^lOGR 



94911 
J.O'Grady(LRC) 
H. S. Cautley {V) 



21,196 
R. H. Barran {h) 
J. D, BircUall (C) 



15,119 
Sir J, LawHon Wal- 
ton. K.C. (L) 
A. Fox (LHC) 
Sir H. Fairfax- 
Lucy, Bt, iVi 



4'Mi 

2aa8-am 

9,^3 
710&-24W 

I 



18,518 
Herbert J. Glad- 

fitono llL) 
a. Samuel (C) 



6300 
403CK2170 

2126 ■ 

9258 V 
4850-4608 

I 



25,129 
H. Broadhtiret^L) 14,745 
J. R. Mnfidonald 

(LRC* 14,685 

Sir J. F. L. RoUen* 

ton |Ct 75<H-71gl 

Mr. 3roadhuriit reififfnt:d, 
MiiTvh my, IMOB Ci5,l'2!^i) : 
K Thoumrtson (L) I0,7U« 
Sir J. F. 1^ RoUgs- 

tou(C) 72ye-3aao 



13,815 
FLdeR. Walker <Ly 7800 
SirA.G.H*izlerlgg 
Bt., {C\ 6033-1767 



UBmBAJL YBAR B001£^ \^^* 




U 

M, Levy (L) 
W. B. Du Piv 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
I<B£GBBTEBSHIRS, 

T. T. Paget tLj bSLfZ 
T. K. Tapling (C) 0336-168 



1886 I 

SOUTH, OF H ARBOROM73»0 7dJ 

T. K, Ta|tlinK(("t xi7f« 
J. H. Sanders iU iSlO-USA 
J#r, Tttpling dird. 
Mays, 1891 (13,291 h" 
J. W. Logan \U 



liBICBBTERSHtMB, WB 

James EUiii tLl 5618 
8. G. Stopford- 

LiUGH^see La^'cashere. 

lail^H DISTRICT [97,554] 
ll,7t9 
W. Jackr; tLi 6355 

\V, D. Thorburn 
tC> 2435-3870 



JCafilTBiM, HORTH [34,460] 
8478 
M. Conway (NJ 4fl86 
G. L. Tottenham 
(C^ 541^045 



IiB£TRIM» SOUTH [M, 

6270 
L. P. Hay den {K\ 4iJ2o 
J. 0. Lawder (C) " 

Lelk— *ec Queen's Goctnty. 

LkOMINBTKR— »g« HEKGirORD 

Ii£W£eh-see Susasix. 
LBWIBHAM [128,316] 

Vi^ct, IjewiehaiQ 

B. ^^llltworth (L» 3010-1225 



LlOHFIETJJ— ««■ STAPIWJRDSHi 

LiMKUoues— «e« Tower Ha 
UMZRIGK[16,17(I[ 

H. J. Gill (N^ 30M8 

J. ^paigbtiO 335-2463 



1892 

13,676 
J. W. Logan (L^ 
F. W. I^we (C) 



6244 . 

5588-8811 



ST» OF B08W0ETH |67.309J 

Jame^ K1Uj4<Li 4732 
H. A. H. Hulton 
(C» 3440-129^ 



11,779 
W. E. Gladstone (L) 

Unop. 
Mr. Gladstone ehdcd to sit 

for Midlothian. 
Aug. m lS8f5 (n.T79h- 
IL C. yiunTo Fcr- 

gusori OjJ 4204 

W, Mac^regior (LU) 

152S-26T6 
W. Jacks (LU> 1499 
H. Muiwter (I| 3 



6478 
M. Conway (N^ 



6270 
L. R Haydon (Nj 



E7fi«l3>. 



Unop. 




9280 
Visct. Lewlsliaiii 

(CI 3S39 

George Offer iU 1688-2151 
ViHCt. Lercisham sucoe^dtd 

to peerage as Lord Dart- 

movih. 
Aug.ae. ISttl (11,650):- 
John Penn (C) 45S5 
G. S, WaiiiilnKton 

MLET8, 



H. J. Gil] <X> 

Mr. out rejtifftifd^ 

April 17, 1888 (4906» •— 

F. A. <y Koef e (N) l7iio|7. 



10,586 
C B. B, McLaren 

H. A, H. Hulton 

m 



S37a 



13.198 

R C. Munro Fer- 
guson (L) 5738 

\\K A. Bell (LU) 40B&-lflll; 

Mr. Ferffusi^n appoirded 
a Lord of the TYeaauru, 

Mar, as, la** (13,()8&) :— 

R. a Munro Fer- 
giisoji (LI 5623 

W. A. Bell (LV) leSg-llSl 



R A, McHugh iN\ 4502 
C.L.Tottonliaia(C| 




J. Tully (N> 
R. O'Brien (C* 



1L83I 
Jobti Pettu (C) ^iSOO 
Q, A, Harvey (L) 2885-211 



5084 
F. A. O Kecfo ^Xj 
P. O'Brien (P) 



LIBERAL YKAK BOOK^ \WiS4 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



1895 

LBICB8TBR8HIRB, 

14,440 



BO 



J. W. Logan JL) 
C. Powney (C) 



6679-10^6 



LBICB8TBR8HIRB, WB 

10.864 
C. R B. Mclaren 

(L) 5327 

T. Cope (C) 4207-1120 



LBITH DI8TRICT 

13,962 
R. C. Munro For- 

goson (L) 5819 

John wfGon (LU) 4494-1325 



I LBITRIM, NORTH 
6515 
P. A. McHugh (N) 



XJnop, 



liBITRIM , SOUTH 

7136 
J. TnUy (N) 



IiBV18HAM 

18,689 
John Penn (C) 



C/nop. 



Vwyp, 



IiIMBRICK 

5407 
J. DiJbr(P) XJwyp, 

Mr, Daly tUgoualifled, 
Sept, lU 1805 0m) :- 
F,A.O'K0efe(N} 1861 
J. Nolan (P) I76i-8r 



1900 

UTH, OP HJLRBbRO' 

16,128 
J. W. Logan (L) 7209 
C. H. Dixon (C) 594^-1323 
Mr, Logan resigned. 
June 17, 1904 (16,829) ;- 
Hon. P. J. Stanhope 

(L) 7843 

C. H. Dixon <C) 6110-1733 

8T, OP B08W0RTH 

11,721 
C. B. B. McLaren (L) 

Unop. 



15J84 

R. C. Munro Fer- 
guson (L) 0043 

£. T. Salvesen, Q.C. 
(LU) 5226-817 



7670 
P. A. McHugh (N) 4025 
C. J. Singleton (C) 383-3642 



J. Tally (N) 



8242 



Unop, 



15,254 
John Penn (C) 

Unop, 
Mr, Penn died. 
Dec. 15, 1903 (18,708):- 
Mai. £. F. Ck>ate8 

(C) 7700 

J. W. deland (L) 5097-2012 



M. Joyce (N) 2521 

F. B. Kearney (C> 4t4^20« 



1906 

17,227 
R. C. Lehmann (L) 8380 
C. H. Dixon (C) 6382-1908 



13.114 
' SirG.B.B.McLaren, 
I Bt., K.C. (L) 7678 
I A. Stoneham (LU) 3627-4051 



16^4 

R. C. Munro Fer- 
guson (L) 7677 

F. T. Cooper, K.C. 
(LU) 4865-2812 



6343 

P. A. McHuffh (N) Unop, 

Mr. McHugh elected to ait 



Feb. 28, 1906 (6343):- 



for Sligo, N, 
eb. 28, 1906 (634 
C. J. Dolan (N) 

5071 
T. Smith (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



Mai. E. F. Coates 

(Ci 9689 

F. W. Ayeting (L) 8006-1683 



4470 
M. Joyce (N) 



\3xsnr^» 



LIBBRAIi TBAR BOOK., \^K^* 



r 



I 



296 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
lilMBRICK CO., 

J. Finucaiiti (N^ 



I 1886 

&I74 
Finucano (X| 



Unop. 



LIMBMICK COm west [50/2^] 

7m 

W. Abmham (N) 



LINCOLN rdljdlj 
7444 
J. Ruatoii iU 
F. H, Komns (D 



Uiwp, 



372tl 
2Tai 10-25 



7827 
W. Abraham (X) 



7144 
F. H. Kerans {C) 
W, Crosfield |L| 



L^?M)/J. 



Unop. 



3150 
2851-308 



1802 

SUA 
J. Finucftne <N) 
W, Nunan (P) 

7118 
M. Austlo iNL 
H. Harrison (P) 



2803 
im-lT: 



3357 
516-27a 



LINC30LN SHIRE, BAST IlINDBEY, or LOUTH [4^ 



10,'25a 
F. Otter (L) 
J. Lowther (CI 



ISOl 
3594-1307 



LINCOLNSHIRE, HOLL 

11,597 
Hon, M. FincVi- 

Hatton (C) 4fio8 

Halley Stewart {L) 45BQ-78 



LINCOLNSHIRE, 

y@f!3 

HL ChapUn {C) 47B1 

C. Sharpe (L) 3J60-1301 



10,252 
A- R. Heath (C) 



7358 
\\\ Crosfield (L| 3410 
F. H. Kerans |G) 3186-224 



Unop. 



R. W, Perks (L) 
A. R. Heath {C} 



4284 
3445-839 



MMn, or SPALDING [18, 700J 

Hon, M. Fineh- 

Hatton (CI 4561 

Halley Stewart {D 427^-288 
Mr. Finch - Hatton auc- 

eeeded to peerage as 

Lord TFinchuiiea. 
July 1, im il2,im 
Hafiev Stewart (L) 5110 
Adm.^ir G.TryoiitC) 4363-747 



NOR1H KEBTEVEN, or SLEA 

mm 

H. Chaplin (C) 



13.051 
Halltiv Stewart (L) 4660 
H.F.PoUook(L.U) 4334-3:» 



Unop. 
appointed 
Board qf 



LINCOLN SHIRE, 

lo.S'ia 

Sir H. MeyBoy-Thomp- 
son, Bt. (L) 5643 

H. J. F. Atkinson 
(C) 3006-2637 



Mr, Chaplin 

PreMdent of 

Agriculture. 
Sept. 36, 1839 <9793):— 
H. CThapUn (C^ 4336 

F. OtUir ^L) 3078-1308 

NORT H LINDSBY, or BRIGO 

10,323 
a D. Waddy. Q.C. 

04 3887 

J, M. Blchardson (C)372'2-165 



FORO [14,U961 

0528 
H. Chaplin (C^ 
W. a Fox {U 



4157 
33aO-Wff 



£52,3091 

10.341 
aD. Waddy,Q.C, 

J, M. Richardson \Q) 4fl21-427 
Mr. Waddy appointed Me- 

cord^r ofBheMeld. 
Dec. 7, 18B4 (10,178):— 
J. M, Eichardflon iC) 4377 
H- J. Rcckitt (L^ 4300-n 



SOOT 



LIHCOLHSHIHE, 

9741 
J. C, Lawmnce, 

aa tci mn 

J. 8. Cudlip (L> 3011^1133 



LINCOLNSHIRB« SOUT 

99-11 
HotD. Ep Btanhope 
(Q 4824 

T. ThrelfaU (L} 3859-865 



H KESTBVEN, or &TAM FORD 145^309] 

J, C. Lawtance, Q.C. (C) H. J. C. Caatjc) 

Vmyp. A. Priestley (L) 
Mr. Lawrance rnad^ a 

Jud{fe. 
March7. 1890 ( 10,5261 :— 
H. J- a Cast (C^ 4238 
A. Priestley { t) 39&1-2S2 

H LINDSEY, or HORHOA8TLB [43,572] 



4150 

inm-m 



Hon. 



9941 
E. Stanhope (C^ 



Unop^ 



\' 



91555 
Hon, E, Stanhope <C>4438 
F. Ottor (L) 3700-738 

Mr, Stanhope ditd. 



l.IBER.\I. ^^l^XU BOOK, \^>^^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



297 



lilHSRIOK GO.I BJL&T 
7678 
J, FlnucaritJ (X> 

Unop, 

IiIMBRICK CO., ISMBT 

7157 
M. AuBtiii (M 

Unop* 

lilNCOKiN 

8068 
C, H. aeeJy (HJI 380S 
W- CroBfield (L) 3560-218 

mNGOIiUBHIILB, JBAST 

R. W. Perke <U ilM 
Col. F. A. Lucas <C) 377&-412 

lilNGOIiNBHIRB, HOLIi 

12J75 
H. F, Pollock (LUI 4623 
Halley Stewart (L) 4374-3*W 



LIHCSOIfHSHIRi:, HOR^ 

mil 

H. Chaplin iV) IBAS 
W. S, Fox ID 2687-1966 



1900 
W. Landon (N) 



Unop, 



P. J. O'ShaushneHBy tN> 



C. Robertas {L^ 



4002 



XilRDSBY, or I^OUTH 

R. W. Ferka (L) 4188 
MaJ, E, Coote (C^ 3286^902 

AND, Ar SPALDING 

12,550 
H. R. MatiKfiold (Lf 4352 
E. M. PoUock (LU\ 4295-57 



EI KBBTBirXN, qi> BLB 

0870 
H, Chajilin |C^ 4223 

Dr.C.E,Reinhai-dt 
(L> 278^1443 



IiINGOLNSHlRB, 

H. J. R«ckiu (L) 
J. M. Eicbardi^on 
ICl 



KORT H LINDBBT. or BRIOG 

10,713 



4S86 
4110-776 



H. J. Rockitt (L) 
G, H, Peake (C^ 



mm 

4077-S32 



lilNCOIrNSHIRB, SOUTH KBSTBVBN, OP STA 

9657 , Wm 

W, Younger iO I2(JM W, Younger <C» 4292 

A^Prieatteytl 3814-589 L. Ha«lam (L) 339.Wffl7 



lilNGOLNBHIRBp BOUT 

11.642 
Lord Willoughby 

De Ereflby (C| *a63 
J, B. Wallace (L) 3023-tMl 



H LINDBBY. or HORITC 

9488 
Lord Willoxighby 

De Eresby (C) 4302 
T. Wallis (L) 29fi2-l»40 



1906 



7^95 
W. Lundon (N) 



Uiwp* 



7672 
P. J. O'Shaeghiiejssy (N^ 

Unop. 

10,645 

C. H. Robertfl (L) 5110 

C, H. Seelj <LU^ 3718-13SB 

H. P. Croft {0\ lieg 

10,075 
R. W. Perks (L^ 
T. W. C\ Piatt {€} 



4.^51 
3572-979 



14,617 
H. R. Man«flcld{Ll 5800 
K M. PoUock (C) 1180-1620 



AFORD 

A. Luploii ID 4355 

H. ChapUn iO 4062-283 



11,737 
H. J. Rockitt (Li) 5753 
Capt. 8kbfflrigt<in- 

^lytho {€) 4027-1728 

3fr, lieckiU remgjied. 
Feb. 26, 1W07 ai,908) :— 
Sir B- Sheffield, Bt. 

IC^ 5389 

Capt. Hon* F, Queet 

(f) 5273^116 

MFORD 

9783 
Xrord John Joicoy- 

Cecil (C:) 4o5a 

F, P. Rawson {U 1018-541 



ASfliB 

9637 
Lord Wllloughby 

De Krflfiby {C} 4250 
A. AdamK (L| 4100-150 



\ 



\ 



UBBBAL ITKAB. BOOIL^ \W%. 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

LiNCOIiliSMmB, WBSl* 

. 11,107 
J. Bennett 4U 4»55 
Oen. C. A- SLu 
iV\ 3850-1105 

LiyDSEY, East— #ee Lxnooln 
LiMDeEY, NoRTii— see Likcjo 
Ltt*i>set, Soith— i(e< Linoo 

LLVPSKV, WE9T-.!fe^ LiPfOOL 

LIKLITMQOWBHIRB [56. 
6803 
P, McLaKaii iL) 3801 

CApt T. Hope (C) ifloe-'iiaa 



XilVBIIPOOI', ABSHCHO 

9137 
W. F, Lawrence (C) 37a& 

s. Smith (LJ wm-m 

lilirBRPOOIf. SaST TOK 

@Q03 
Baron H» do Wonn« 

(C!) SS98 

J. C. Bigham. Q.C. 



LIVBRPOOIj, BirSRl^M 

E. Whitlej (C) 4o3o 

F. Davles iL) ^061^2472 



lillTBRPOOL, EXGHJLHG 

ai7i 

L. R. Bally <C) 2gftt 

V&pt. W. H, O'Stica 

T. E, Stephens |L) 36 



1886 
IitNDSET, or GJ&INSBO 

njo7 

Vol. H. Evro iC^) 4123 

J. Bonnutt IL) 1038^=* 



SMIRK. 
LN8HIRE. 
luNSFfTRK. 
NBHIRK. 

6iSDS 
P. McLasBTi ID 2543 
Capt. T, Hope (C) 1810-733 



MBY 152,4401 

9137 
W. F. LawTcnce (C^36S3 
Sir T. Brafl^ey i,U 2844-739 

TBTH 170,4271 

8003 



Baron H. do Worms (C J 



^nop. 



[83.5671 

9439 
E. T?\Tiitley {€) Unop. 

Mr. WJiithy died. 
Feb. 15, 1895J<»17ah- 
J. A- Willox iC) Unop. 



B3 Hh^m] 

8171 
D. Duncan (L) 2930 

U R. BeiUy (C) 2750-170 

Mr. Duncan died, 
JftD. 26,1887 (7911):- 
R. NeTllle (L) 3217 

G. J, Gcwchon {LV} 3210^7 



lilVERI'OOE', KTiElCIlilLElIgl,91d] 
834fl 
G. B. Baaen-Powoll 

(C) 3391 

J, Samuelboii fL> 1981-1410 
J. E. Redmond (N) 765 



ItlirBRFOOIi, SCOTLAH 

7076 
7! R OVonnoriN) 2724 
M,N, Woodw&rd 
(€> 1474-1250 



8316 
G» S. Badon-Powell 



1692 

ROtiaH [52,3451 
1U&46 
J. Bciraett^U 4%5 

Col. H. Erre (C) 4<]37-918 



7042 
R McLa^n (L^ 2S70 
Capt. T. Hope (C^ 2709-101 
Mr, McLagam resigned, 
June 15, Igfe (7315) :- 
Dipt. T, Hope <C ^ 3340 
A.Ure<L.) 3071-1® 

9054 
W. F. Lawreace <C)3677 
W, B. Bo wring |L) 2846-831 



8514 

Baron H. de Worms 

(C) 3708 

IL P&^ (L) 22014507 



A 



eville ID 



3084 
2172-912 



9179 
X A. Willox {C\ 
P. W. Atkin <L) 



3954 
2166-17SI* 



7618 
R, NevlUe^ QX. iL) 2721 
J. C. Bigham. Q.C. 
(LU) 3655^ 



9567 
SirG.B. Bftden- 

Powcll (CJ 3750 

T.R.ThrelfalHLab)r ' 



(^2,9661 

^m6 \ «121 

A. ID&Tle a.\3> Ha\-\^^\ i -N N .Y\\»«isw3^ 



Lrai5KAX.-rEAR wo^, \^^^ 



1895 



FQLL-BQOK, 1885-1907. 

i 1900 i 



1906 



LINC30LNSHIRS, mrBBT LI1ID8B7, or OAINSBO ROUOH 

13^057 \V3ti& ; 12.370 

K BalnbridfipB (L) 5077 | Hon.S.Oriiwby-Gorc Mid. L. Rente ii (L) 5922 

K Poai-son (I j 4301-770 {C\ mni V. A. Morelaiir (f 1 5071-851 

E. Bambrid^e (L) 4624-^ 



LINLITHGOWSHIBB 

7823 
A. Ure (L) 3700 

CapL T. Hone C) 3153-007 



A. Ure, Qj;. {U 3827 
D, Dundua, Q.d, {V\ 3034-783 



LIVSRPOOIi, ABBR€ItO;»tBY 

W. F. La^\Toric<; (C) I W, V. Lnwrcnce |C) 

Unop. I 



(Inop. 



I«nF]BRPOOIi» BAST TOX TB'TH 

8827 I tfi^ 

Baron H, de Worms I A. F. Warr iV\ 

{C\ 3«28 I Uiiop, 

C y. C. DftwbFtrn ! Mr, Warr resigned, 

<L> lim-l^l Nov. 6, 1»>2 \Wm\ :- 

Baron H. de Worms raised AuHt In Taylor (C) 3610 

to peeragt us Lord Pir- H. R. Rnt htione (L) 3^33-377 



Nov, 29, 1886(8827): 
A. F. VVftiT {t\ 



Un&p. 



IiIirBBPOO^t BVBBTOH 

0719 
J. A. Willox IC) 



lilVBRPOOEi, BXCRAHO 

J. C. Bigham, Q.C. 

(LUr 28S4 

W. B. BowririK (L) 2630-254 
Mr. Bighamtfmd^aJudge. 
Nov. 10. 1897(7060}:— 
C. McArthiir (Ltl) 2711 
RiLKsell Rea (L) 2657-54 



i^rinsRPOoii, KIRKBAI4B 

9631 
Sir G. S, Bmclen- 

PoweU tC^ 3818 

B. S. Johnson (U a46»-l350 
Sir Q. S. Badeti-Powtll 

died. 
Due, 8. ISOS {\\\^M :— 
1 >. M a c 1 ver i C) Un op. 



m,2m 

Sir J, A. WmoK (C I Ufwp. 
Sir J. A . WUlox rtmgnm. 
Feb. ^ 1905 a0,09(jh- 
J, S. Harnaood- 

Banner ^C) 3834 

W, Hafibury Aggs 

<L) 2543-mi 

m 

6718 
G. McArtbur (LU) 2811 
V\ W. Verney (L| 1514-12BT 



10.015 
D. MaclTTor (CJ 4333 
R. R» tTherry, Q.C. 
(L) 1738-21506 



IiIVBRPOOL, 8GOT£*AN D 

67»} .1 

if: K Macartney 



10.301 
A. Ure, KA\ iU 
P. Roee-Iuiiofi {C\ 



6282 
V7dl-2fi^l 



7418 
MiiJ. J. K.B. Soely(L) 2933 
W, t\ Lawreuoe (C| 27M-16d 



Aiistiu Taylor (( ) 



Untyp, 



10,14» 
J. S, Hannood- 

Banner {C} 3S*19 

W. Hanbury Agfir« 

(L^ 2884-1065 



68Si 
R, R Cliewy, K.C, 

(L) 22»1 

C. McArfchtir {Lin 217^-121 



10,59« 
D. MacIvcr(C^ 
J, Con ley (LliV) 
Mr. Alaelrer died, 
SepL 27. 1B07 ao.52l*| 
C.McAithiir{LU) 
J.Hil](LRC) 



37(9 
3i:>7 5ff2 



333fJ-fi70 



5850 
T. P. O'Connor m "S^ 
W. W. Rutherford 



5761 






LmRRAI* YEAR BOOK, \Wft. 



300 



1&B6 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



7683 I 7683 

J, G. GibHon, Q.C. J. G. Glb«ofi. Q.t\ 

»4aa I <C) 2872 



1892 



*L.m 



A. Birrcll |L) 



25C)0-9ff2 



IitV&SPOOIi* WfiaT DB 

HBT3 
Lord Claud Hamil- 
ton (CJ 4213 
M, Gnthrio (L) 300^1145 



C.H. Bromb7(L> 1681-1191 
Mr. Gibiton ntudr an Irish 

Jtulge. 
Feb. % 1888 t7T78» :- 
M. W. MattinBon {C) DHop, 

RBT [mtm] 

8S73 
Lord Claud Hamil- 
ton ^cj aim 

aerjt. Hemphill, 

Q.C.^L) 22«-13eO 

Lord Claud HamUttm re- 

siffned, 
Aug. 10,1888(8798) :- 
Hon. W. H. CroflH (C^ 

Unop, 



900t 

I J. H, Stock (Q 37W 
Dr. B. W. Richard' 



«on (L) 



24S8-mi 



Hon. W. H. Cpoas 

(CJ 4107 

F. R. Smith {Li 2*25-1188 1 
Mr, Cfross di^d, 
Jan. 10, IfiSQ (10,093): 

Walter Long (U) I 

D, a CoUin (L.) 2275-13SI 



miTBRFOOIi, WBSf TO XTBTH [6.5.8faj 

785*4 
T. B, Royden <C) 



7tSd4 
T. B. Koydon iO 37.1* 
T. Sntheri^t (L^ 1771-1983 



liOMDOH, CITY m^^m 

2 seats. 29*152 
Sir R. N. Fowler, 

Bt-lO 12,827 

J. G. Hubbard (C) g,mi 
a R Low(U 5,817-29Sd 
W. J. R, C^otton 

(C^ 5,563 



IiOHOOH UNIITBRSITY 

ii57» 
Sir John Lubbock. BL (L^ 



liONDONOBltRT [38,8»21 
3B7H 
f\ F. T>ovvlri |( I 18^ 

JuHlin McCarthy 
iN) 179'2-32 



09U»}]L 



28.152 
Sir R. N. Fowler, Bt. (C) 
J. O. Hubbftrd (C^ f/nop. 
Mr. Hubbiird ra i^ed ta peer- 
age asr Lord Addington, 

T. C. Baring I C) C/nop. 

AprUlS, 18Slli32.ni):— 
H. H. Gibbrt ^C) Unop. 

Sir R. N. Fowler died, 
Jnne^ imi m,im:— 
Sir R. Hanson, Bt. (0) 

Unap- 



3679 
Sir John Lnbboclc, 

Bfc. (LU» 1314 

F. Harrijion ID 5l«-7fl8 



B1I8 

R. P. HouHion ic> ma 

mihi J. tirimth (L.) 247&^1125 



32vQSl 
Sir R. Han**on, 
Bt {C) 10,556 

I Alban Glbbs tC) 9,258 
I J, T. Ritchie \C} l.'ai7-5Ci51 



3879 
r, E. Lcwii^ (C} 1781 

Justin McCarthy (X) 1778-3 
Afr. /^wiH unJie^sted on pet- 
ition^ aTid seat auHirded 
to Mr. McCarthy. 



Sir John Lubbock* Bt, 
(LUI Unop, 



Sim 

J. Roas, QX\ (C) 1 

JuAtin Md^arthy^Nn 



LIBBBAX. YBXK BOOK, WSfe. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



aoi 



1895 
mm 

Unop, 



1900 

11.341 
J. H. Stock {C^ 



Unop, 



LIVSHPOOIj, IffBST BE RBY 

Walter Long^ (C) Wr"22 
Oscar Browning 



11 799 
B. W, Hlffg-in'bottom 

iV) Unop. 

jlm HigginbctiQm died, 
Jon. 20, lttOapi,t»l}:— 
W. W. Rutherford 

(C) 5455 

It D. Holt ID 3351-2204 



8IB7 sail 

R. p. Houston IC^ 3810 R, R Houston \V} 

W. MulhoUand. 



LOHDOII, GIT7 (2) 

3S,34^ 
Sir R. HaiiKon. Bt. {€) 
Albaii Gtbb?i k:^ 

Urmp. 



31r John Lubbock, Bt. 

{hV\ Unop. 

Sir John Lubbock raised 

to peerage an Lord 

Avemtrp, 
Feb. 10, 1900 <44«8J :— 
8lr M. Foster (LUJ 1271 
Dr. W. J. Collins tL)8iS-4flg 
K. H. Busk (LU> fiSe 

41^1 
E. F. Vesey Knox 

(N) 2033 

J. Row*, (J.C. fC^ 19i*J'38 
Mr, Knox resiffncd. 
Fob. m i8m{4S36):-~ 
Count Moore JN) 
M Hendm&n (LUi 



Unop. 



3a,304 
Hon. Albnn Gibb« (C| 
SlrJ. r. r)imsdale(C)^ 

Mr, Oibbii resigned, 
Feb. U, 1904 432,316^ :- 
Hon. Alban Glbbs C) 



Unop^ 



Unop. 



4403 
Sir M. Foster (LU) 



Unop, 



MarqucBS of Hamil- 
ton {(') aaBi 
Count Moore {N> tiiftl-B? 



1906 

14.S8& 
F, K. Smith (C> 
K. Q. JeDicoG (L) 



515S^7(1& 



ll,fl82 
W. W, Rutlierford 



R. a 



Holt ih) 



5447 
30QO-1&17 



S347 
R, P. Houfston iO 
J. Sexton {LRV) 



3373 

SSfi2-781 



31.090 

Sir ICdward 
Clftrko,KX.(C^lfl.ai9 

Hon. Albftu 
Gibb« (C^ lo,619 

F. O. Schuster 
{Li 531»-10,30Q 

SirJ.W. Ridge- 
way ID 5084 

Mr, Gihbs resigjied, 

Feb. 27, lMfi(31,CO0):- 

A. J, Balfour (CUM74 

T» Gibf^on 
Bowles (FT) 1134-11,340 

Sir E. Clarke resigned. 

June 15, 1906 m,a"W):- 

Sir F, G. Banbury, Bt. 
(Ct UnQp. 

5212 
Sir P. Magnus jLU> 1840 
SirM. FoHt-erlD m6-24 



.584,7 
ManiueA!^ of Haiollton 
(C* Unop, 



SMS 



I-lBBRAli VT5AB. "BOO^ \^^» 



302 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



liOMDONDERlCir CO., H'oiiTH [53,7871 



H. U Mulhalland 
a Walker, Q.a 



ai80 

3017-2183 



1 l.X! 
H. L. MiilholJand {€} 



I^OH^ONDERR Y CO., 8 OUTH [50,725] 



10,790 

T. M, Healy <X) 472a 
Col. Hugh McCal' 

tnonl (t ■) '£Ml 23»2 

\\\ Fiiidliitor (L) 1816 

I40M6F0RD CO., NORTH 

3714 
Justin McCarthy 



iO,TfK) 
T. Lea (LUl 
T- M. Healy (S\ 



Unop. 



4737 
4629-1(18 



(N> 
J. M. WiltJun (C) 



IiOMOFORS CO* 

I42ti 
L. CoiinoUy (Nj 
J, Wilson (L> 



2549 
163^2386 



SOOTH 



321-2725 



JjOUQHBOHOUGH—See Lejces 

LOUTH CO., IfORTH [35,2 

J. Nolan (X) 2581 

P. CaUan (N) 1451-1130 



LOUTH CO*, SOUTH f30,5 78] 
o71Jfi 
T, R Gin (N) 

Unop, 



T-.OUTH—5M LiNOOLNSHTRE. 

LowE^eTOJT— Ke<? Suffolk. 

LUJJI^W— see SHJ*OP8HHiE. 

Luton— set BEDFORUsaniKK, 



[23,468] 

S714 
Justin McCarthy (N> 

Mr. McCarthy elected to sit 

/or Londond^^rry. 
Feb. 5, 18B7 iMm :— 
T. M. Healy (N) Unop. 

[A204J 

4420 
L. Connolly (NJ 

Unop. 
Mr. Connolly remffTied. 
J n lie 30, 1883(4590h— 
J. G. Fitzgerald (N) Unop, 

CAaHIHE. 
TERflUlRi;. 

42J 

£935 
J, Nolan (X) 



LTNN REGIS [20.288] 
3094 
Hon» R, Bourke 

{CJ 1472 

Sir W. H, B. 
Ff olkcs, Bt. (L) 1302-170 



Maoclesfield— ace CmciHiK 

MAEDSTON13 [33,.^1B] 
4273 
MrtJ. A. H. RcKw 

<C) 21S4 



5796 
R GiU (N^ 



Unop. 



Un4>p, 



Hon. H, Bourke (C) 1417 
J, J, Brii^coe (L) 1146-271 
Mr. Bourke apnointed Gov- 
ernor of Aia(tra«* 

A, W. Jarvi>i ]C| 



J. H* Sandera (Li 



Maj, Shaip Hume 



"^ 



(y 



4273 
H, Ros8 



1423 
11^-255 



1917 



1892 

11,443 

H, Lt IVf Mlliolland 



A 



Dr. T, Greer (L) 



5490 
23(U-3UI0 



9808 
T. Lea (LU) 45&1 

a Walker, Q.C. (L) 4053-501 



urn 

Ju8tm McCarthy 



tN) 
J, M. W 



iLhou (C) 



2741 



4611 

K BlAke, QX. (N) 2544 
G. H, Miiler <LU] 347-21« 



.5534 
T, M. Hoaly (N> 
R Callan (I) 



5418 
Dr. D. AmbroHo 

INI 
J, Nolan (P) 



loOB-aBfl 



2461 
1136-1325 



I T. P. Baptle |L) 
1838-345 I MaJ. Rosh died. 

Dec. 15» 1888 (45191 1- 
F, S. W. CornwRlliB 

(C^ 2050 

J. Barker (L^ isa&-lfi5 



2970 

T. Gibson BowleH \C\ 131i 
T. R. Komp, Q.C. (L) 1308-11 



4729 
F, S, W, Own- 
walliH <C) 



1«03-314 I T. W. Nussey \L) 



|:*IBKRAl. YKAK BOOTS., \^^* 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



303 



IiONDONDBRRT CM>. 

10^39 
J. Atkinson, Q.C. 

(C) 4763 

Dr. A. Houston 

(L) 



IiONDONDBRRT CM)., 

9247 
Sip T. Lea, Bt. 
(LU) 4485 



Sent. Dodd, Q.C. 



seni 
(L) 



LONGFORD CO. 

4442 

Justin McCarthy (N) 



406&-417 
NORTH 



LONGFORD CO. 

4604 
E. Blake, Q.C. (N) 



Unop, 



SOUTH 



Unop, 



I.OUTH CO., NORTH 

5686 
T. M. Healy (N) 2294 
J. Nolan (P) 143a-861 

I.OUTH CO., SOUTH 

5221 
Dr. D. Ambrose (N) 2006 
Dr. J. G. Fitzgerald 

(P) 1044-962 

Dr, Ambrose died. 
March 19, 1896 (5155) :— 
R. McGhee (N) 1626 
Ck)L J. P. Nolan (P) 1249^7 



P. Callan (I> 



46B 



LTNN RBGI8 

2979 
T. Gibson Bowles 

(C) 1395 

H. G. Beaumont (L) 1326-69 



MJLIDSTONB 

4861 
Sir F. Seager Hunt, 

Bt. (C) Unop, 

Sir F. S. Hunt resigned, 
March 26, 1898 (4865):— 
F. S. W. Com- 

wallis (C) 2214 

J. Barker (L) 2036-178 



1900 

10 843 
J. Atkinson, fe.C. (C) 



J. Gordon, Q.C. (LU) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



4395 
J. P. Farrell (N) 



4212 
£. Blake, Q.C. (N) 



T. M. Healy (N) 
E.H. Burke (N) 



5480 
J. Nolan (N) 
R. McGhee (N) 



3209 
T. Gibson Bowles 



Unop, 



Unop, 



1604 
1285-319 



1233 



F<a 



Booth (L) 



1499 
1332-167 



J. Barker (L) 

F. S. W. Comwallis 

(C) 
Mr, Barker unseated 



../arch 1,1901 (5170) :- 
Sir F.H. Evans (1^2375 
T. Milvain, K.C. (C) 2182-193 



1906 

9462 
H. T. Barrie (C) 4806 
Arnold White (IC) 2699-2107 



8313 
J. Gordon, K.C. (LU) 3847 
Dr. S. R. Keightley 
(IC) 377ft-71 



J. P. Farrell (N) 



3744 
E. Blake, K.C. (N) 



Mr, BlaJee resigned, 
Sept. 6. 1907 (3747):- 
J. Philips (N) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



Unop, 



T. M. Healy, K.C. (N) 



J. Nolan (N) 



4997 



Unop, 



Unop, 



Lieut. C. BellairsfL) 1506 
T. Gibson Bowles (G) 1164-342 
A. H. Burgoyne (C) 772 



6870 
Visct. Castlereagh 

<Ci 
Sir F. H. Evans, Bt. 

(L) 



2841 
2709-132 



LI6BRAL TBAR BOOK.^ 1W»* 



304 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



18B5 
Malikjn— »e« Essex. 
Mai.ton— »ce TniRSK antj M 



MJIBICBBSTBR. BABT 

A. J, fiflJfoTir {C) 4536 
A. Hopkintion (L} 3712^4 



HANCHBB1<SR, MOR17H 

8703 
J. F. Hut ton \C) 4003 
C. K Schwann (LI 311S-975 



HJLHGHElBTfiR, MQETH 

8579 
Sir J. Fergr^isaon, 
Bt. {€} 4341 

PL P. BlennerhaB- 
sett (L) 28»»-1448 



MJLNCHBBTBR, HORI^R 

12,885 
W.H.Hoiil(ls worth 
(CJ 5834 



1886 



377^ 
A, J. Balfour [C} 
J.H.CrOHfl<jldiL) 



4160 

Sfil6-6t4 



[82.5111 

8703 
C. H Schwann {U 3470 
J. F. Button (C) 3380-96 



-BAST [71.7601 
8379 
Sir J. Fergumon, Bt. 

(Ci 3880 

C. P. Scott (L) 33S3^^ 

Sir J. ^erffitsHon appointed 

Poatmaster' GtTural. 
Oct. 9, 1891 (9288) :— 
Sir J. Fergu8son, Bt 

(C) 4058 

c. P. Scott (L) asm^im 

-WBB3? [87,96^ 

W. HI Houldsworth 
(Cf Msa 

H. Lee (L) 4453-1036 



MJLNCHBSTBR, SOUTHiOlJll] 
8534 

Sii-H, RoscoeiD 3791 

Dr. P. Royle (C> 3121-670 



S534 
Sir H. Roacoe (L> 3107 
Col. T. Sowlor <C) 9072-335 



M ANCH£ST<SR, SOUTH -VBBT [88,916] 

8890 i 8890 

Lord F. Hamilton ] Jacob Bright |L| 3570 

(C) 3929 I Lord F, Haniilton 

Jacob Bright <LJ 3362-567 | \C) 34d»-lll 

Mansfield— see Nottingha mshire. 



MARYIiBBONB, BABT 

68S4 
Lord C. Beresf ord 

(C) 3130 

D. Grant (L) 2185-&44 



[58,8771 

6884 
Lord C. Befefiford 

(C) 3101 

Prof. K, B. Beewley 

Lord C Berc^ord resigfud. 



July 1% 1888 (6930) : 
E, BoulnolB (C^ 
G, 6. Ler&Bon* 
Gower (L) 



^7» 
208(M93 



1692 



11^41S 
A. J- Balfour CC) 5147 
Prof. J. E. C. Munro 
{L) 47i&-iB I 



9747 
C. E» Schwann <L) 
J. M. Yivt-Cft {V\ 



4258 



9449 
Sir J. Fotguewon, Bt, 

(C> 4239 

C,P. Scott<L> 412H-IW 



12,258 

Sir W. H. Houldsworth, Bt. 
(CJ Unop. 



10,228 
Sir H. Ri>flOoe OA 4^5 
Vlsct. Kmlyn (LU) 4I]64-M 



0674 

Jacob Bright (L) 

A, HopkinMon, Q,C. 

(LU) 



3776-118 



7>Vt4 
RHouluoisK) 
G. WTialo (L) 



3122 



LIBBBAL "YIBAR BOC^^, \ftWftv 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



805 



1895 



MJUIOHBffnBR, BJL8T 

11,901 
A. J. Balfour (C) 5386 
Prof. J. E. C. Mun- 
ro(L) 4610-776 



MJLirCHBBXBR, NORTH 

10479 
C. E. Schwann (L) 4327 
A. H. A. Morton (C)S872-ifi5 



MAMCHBSTBR, H.B. 

Sir J. Fersrosson, 

Bt.(C) 8061 

E. Holt (L) 3720-241 

J. Johnston (ILP) 546 



MJLMOHB8TBR, N.W. 

11,741 
Sir W. H. Honlds- 

worth, BtlO 4807 
T. F. Byrne (L) 8528-1471 



MANOHR8TBR, SOUTH 

10,945 
Marquees of Lome 

(LU) 4457 

Sir H. Roscoe (L) 4379-78 
Lord Lome succeeded 
to peerage a« Duke cf 
Argyll, 

May 25, 1900 (11,788) :— 
Hon. W.R.W. Peel 

(LU) 5497 

Leif Jones (L) 3458-2030 



, aw. 

9486 

W.J. Galloway (C) 3994 
J.M.Astbury,Q.C. 
<L) 3496-496 



M JLRTIiBBONB, BJL8T 

7670 
B. Boulnois (C) 3379 
CoL Alan Gsirdner 
(L) 1845-1534 



1900 



12,727 
A. J. Balfour (C) 
A. H. Scott (L) 



10,770 
C. E. Schwann Oi) 4258 
W. Joynson-Hick8(C)4232-26 



8047 
Sir J. Fergusson, Bt. 

(C) 4316 

A.Bf 



Birrell (L) 



3810-706 



11,721 
Sir W. H. Houldsworth, 
Bt. (C) Unop. 



11.788 
Hon. W. R. W. 

Peel (LU) 5122 

E. Holt (L) 3850-1272 



W. J. Galloway (C) 4017 
F. Brocklehurst 
(Lab) 2396-1619 



6972 
E. BoulnoiB (C) 
J. P. R. Lyell (L) 



3106 
1126-1880 



1906 



12,724 
T. G. Horridge, 

K.C. (L> 
A. J. Balfour (C) 



6403 
442^1860 



10,624 
C. E. Schwann (L) 5716 
H. Sowler (C) 3202-2454 



9roi 

J. R. Clynes (LRC) t 
Sir J. Ferguftson, 
Bt.(C) 



2954-2432 



11,411 
Whiston Churchill 

(L) 5639 

W. Joynson-Hioks 

(C) 4398-1241 



14,221 
A. A. Haworth (L) 8002 
L. Eaton Smith (C) 37704232 



8551 
G.D.Kelley (LRC) 4101 
W.J. Galloway (C 2875-1228 



Lord R. Cecil, K.C. 

(C) 2827 

A. M. L. Langdon, 

K.C. (L) 2167-680 



UBBRAli TB^B BOOU, \W^. 







808 THE HOUSE OF 


COMMONS ^ 


1885 1S86 




1892 




MARTIillBONlD, WKBT 

7o6fl 
RSeogur Hunt (03093 
H. S. Trawer {U 156^1198 
HirH. Knight a L) 701 
Kev. J. 11, ing^\& 
1I> 101 


[73,618] 

75flft 
F. Soagor Hunt (C) 9094 
H. 1^. Tnisver (14 1942-1122 


S0d2 
F. Soager Hunt (C> 2913 




MAYO, BAST [4S,23HJ 
8149 
JohJi Dillon tX> 


8149 
John DHlori <N} 


Un4ip. 


6387 -It 
John Dillon (Nl 2164 H 
J. Fit7.g:ibbon (P) 257-Z2(ff^ 




MAYO, NORTH ll9,CrT7J 
7413 
D. CdUy IN) 

Unop. 


T413 
D. Crilly (N) 


Unop. 


6800 
D. Crilly (N) 2201 
B. Egati {P\ 1397-8(H 




MAYO* SOUTH [49jei] 
7980 
J. F,X, O'Brien 
(N) 4953 
{ G. O'MaUey (C> 73^78 


7BB0 
J, F. X. OTrien (N) 

Unop, 


' 9723 
J. F. X, O'Brien (N> 




MAYO, WB&T [52,560] 

8009 
J. Lteiitiy IN} 4780 
R. V* Stonoy (C> 131-4659 


8000 
J. Doasy (N) 


Unop, 


10,fU4 
J. Deaay (Nl 3436 
J. (yConnor Power 

\l\ 611-2846 
itfr, Deasy re^ioned. J 
Aug, 8, 1893(11,2621:- M 
Dr, K, Ambrose (N) ^1 




MffiATH, NORTH [34,286] 

K. h 0'T>oherty (N) 

Unop, 


6852 
RMalionylN) 


Unop. 


S990 H 
Mkha€l Di^vitt (N) 2^19 ■ 
P. Mahony ^F^ 2l4<M0tH 
Mr. iJavitt unseated ortr ' ^ 

Fob. 21, IKJtJ 16059): - 
J. Gibiiey (NJ 20:« 
P. Mahony (P> 2376-250 




HEATH, SOUTH [33,211] 
6324 
E, Shell {N) 

Unop. 

Medwat— «ee Kent. 


6324 
E. ShoU (N} 


Unop. 


R Fnllam (N) 2213 
J. J. D&lton (P) 2190-18 
Mr, I*\tllam unseated on 

petition. ; 
Fob. 17, lS93(ti983):- 
J. Jordan (N) 2707 
J,J.Daltoi](P» 2698^ 




Melton— sc« LEiCBSi'isBSHf 


RK. 




^1 


L 


HERIONBTHSHIHS [49,1 
933S 
H. Eoborttion IL) 37M 
W. R. Wynne (CI 220&-1675 
M. Lloyd, Q.C. (I) 1907 


49] 

0333 
T. E. EUlB (L) 
J. Vaiighan (C) 


4127 
28fin-1287 


9137 ^1 
T. E, Em« (L^ ftl7a _^B 
H. Owen {V} tm-SS3B^M 


1 


^^^^^h LIBISRAI. YH^B BOOIS., 1^ 


^^^^^^H 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



307 



1896 

MARYIiBBOMB, WB8T 
8008 

Sir H. Farquhar, 

Bt. (LU) 3781 

B. a Strauss (L) 2278-1461 
Sir H. Farqy»ka/r raised to 
peerage as lard Far- 
cnihar, 
Feb. 3, 1898 (8880):- 
Sir S. K. Scott, Bt. (C) 

Vnop. 

MAYO, BAST 

7986 
JohnDiUoniN) 



XJnop, 



1037 
1316-621 



MATO, NORTH 

7029 
D.Crmy(N) 
B. Egan (P) 



MAYO, SOUTH 

10,033 
Michael Davitt(N) Uwyg, 
Mr, Davitt resigned. 
Feb. 27, 1900 (9055):— 
J. O'DonneU (N) 2401 
Mad.M'Bride(N) 427-1974 

MAYO, WMST 

10,900 
Dr. R. Ambrose (N) 



Unop. 



, NORTH 
6721 
J. Gibney (N) 
J. Sweetman (P) 



MBATH, SOUTH 

.0978 
J. H. Pamell (P) 2380 
J. Jordan (N) 2337-43 



MBRIONBTHSHIRB 

8083 
T. E. Ellis (L) 6173 
C. E. J. Owen (C) 
Mr. EUi8 died. 



May 2, 1889 (9371):— 
O. M. Edwards (L) 



Unop, 



1900 

8792 
Sir S. E. Scott, Bt. 

(O) 8487 

W. H. Sands (L) 1582-1965 



John Dillon (N) 



Unop. 



7686 
C. CKelly (N) 2504 

W. M. Murphy (N) 1116-1388 



9065 

J. O'Donnell (N) 



Unop, 



9436 
Dr. R. Ambrose (N) 



6064 
P. White (N) 
J. Gibney (N) 



Unop. 



1453 
1316-137 



J. L. Carew (N) 

Unop, 
Mr. Carew died. 
Oct. 9, 1903 (5980):- 
D. Sheehy (N) 2245 

J. H. Pamell (I) 1031-1214 



A. Osmond Williams 



Unop. 



1906 



Sir S. E. Scott, Bt 
(C) 3446 

Sir H. H. Johnston 
(L) 2791-656 



8029 
John Dillon (N) 



7027 
C. O'Kelly (N) 



8110 
J. ODonnell (N) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



Unop, 



8941 
Dr. H. Ambrose (N) 



Unop, 



5615 
P. White (N) 



Unop. 



D. Sheehy (N) 



Unop, 



A. Osmond Williams (L) 

Unop, 



l^tBlE&RAt. irteAR BOOK, \^^. 



308 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1385 

MBRTKTK fTYDVIL [122, 
^i^eaLt. 15. IW) 
H. Richard (L) 
v. H. Japicy |L) 



HIDDLBSBDROUOH [116 

I^aao Wilfion (L> 0961 

R. Dixon (C) 103&-*^iB 



mi 

O. KCoope[(:> 3563 



MIDDLESEX, BALEMQ 

^i83 
Lord QeorgQ Ham- 
ilton ^C) 4353 
Df. Gordon Hogs 



MIDDLESBX, ENFIELD [12531] 



1886 

5451 

lS,lfl6 
H. Riclmid (LJ 
t', H. JameH (LJ Ujwp, 

Mr. Ja-fn^s resimied, 
March li 1888(15^111 :- 
D. A. Thomas ^L) Unop, 
Mr. Richurd died. 
Oct. W, 1888 (15,111) :- 
W, Pritchard Mor- 
gan (L^ 114B 
B. F. GriMthH (L> 1856-21fi3 

13,861 

Isaac Wikon (L) 



Unop* 



RD [9O,ie60J 

7971 
O, E. Coope {Q} 



md 



J. Haysman fLf lim-WM 

Mr. voope died. 

Dec 33. 1886 (7971):- 

J. Biffwood id 2SI2 

J, Haysnxan (L) 1318-1206 

[10l.29i] 

9283 
Lord George H&milton 
(C) Unap. 



mn 

ViacL Folkeetone 



r^9 



J. Kompeter (L) 



36^ 



10,438 
W. Aiobroae, Q.C. 

(C) ^U 

A. Mnner {L) 3M1-073 



Viect* Folkestone 

(C> 3287 

J. T. Ed^come (L^ 1067-2220 

to peerage, aa Lm-d Rod- 

nor, 
March 30, 1889 (10,993) :- 
CapL H. F- B<iwle8 

W. H. Fairbairnfl 

(L> 7tm-m^ 

[167,362] 

10.138 
W, Ambrow. Q.C. (C) 

Unop. 



HIDHIiBBBX. HORMBE Y 

laeis I 

Sir J, M^Oarel- 
HoBf, Bt (C) 4619 

Lcurd Kenfiiiigt'Ori 
m 329IW3aC> 



[l€g,752J 

1U,648 
Sir J. MGarel-HOKg, 

Bt, (C) Unop, 

Sir J. WGarfd'Hogg raised 
to peerage a.s Lvrd Ma- 
gheramomne. 
Julylft, ISai ilft,«VVV.- 



1S82 



17,271 
D, A. Thomas (L) 11,948 
W. Pritchard Mor- 
gan <L) 11,756 
B. F. Williams. 
Q.C\ {€] 2304-940 



15 Jl^ 
J. H. Wikon {Lab) 
W. S, Robson, Q.C. 

iU 
H. Bell (LU) 



4601 



«075 
J. Blgwood (C) 
H. Heldmann <L) 



4417 
S»25-17% 



12,061 
Loid G4M)iiro Ham- 

iJi«n {C) 5*47 

a Holman [L) 2112-3I3S 



12.674 
Capt. H. F. BowleB 

(C) 549'1 

A.aH.Jon^(L) 30^0-1831 



13,906 
W. Ambroiie, Q,C. 

<C) 
T.Sadlor<L> 



6047 
313B-361U 



H. C. Siepbetii (C) 6192 
Br, T- R, Jone« |L) 2913-32711 



\ 



LIBBRAI. X^hS, BOO^. ^^^- 



\ 



POLL-BOOK, lBm-1907. 



309 



1895 

1T,024 
D. A. Thoma» (L) ^250 
W. PHtchard Mor- 
gan ID 8d5l 
IL a Lewis (C^ 
A, Upward (L»ab> 639 



15.077 
J. H. Wilson a^ 

and Lat)) 6755 

Col. S. A. Sadler 

(C^ 473&-3020 



MIDDIiBSBX, BRKNTFO RD 

10,754 
J. Bigwood (C) 



1900 



15.400 
D. A. Thoma£ (h) 8fi9B 
J. Keir Haidie 

(LabJ 5745 

W* Pntchard Mor- 

gaQ (L) 40IM-1741 



17.307 
Col. 8. A. Sadler 



J. H. Wilson (L and 
Lab. J 



HIDDLKSSX» BAI^IHO 

13,IIU 
Lord OeotKc Hamilton 
iV) Unop. 



MIDDLBSBX, BHFIEIiD 

14,023 
Maj. H. F. Bowles {C\ 



BffIl»DI«EBBX, HARROW 

Ifl.O'iSl 
W, Ambrose, Q.C. (Cj 

Unop, 
Mr. Ambrose appointed a 

Master in Lunacy, 
April 5, 1889 OS.444J :— 
LUB. CoxtQ 63Q3 
Corrio Grant (L) 519i-lH05 



r 



12,469 
J. BiKTft ood iC) 



6760 
6705-55 

Unop* 



14.497 
Lord Geoi-ge Hamilton 
iC} Unop, 



17,044 
CoL H. F. Bowles 

C. S. Crole (L) 



I. E. B. Cox ^C) 



Unop, 



IUDLEBBX, HORM8RT 

14vfW-J 
H. C. SUphenb (C) 



Unop. 



1«,127 



Capt C, B* Balfouj* (C) 
Uf 



ju>p. 



1906 



21,438 
D. A, Thomas (U 1^971 
J. Keir Hardle 

(LRC) lOaST 

H. Raddiffe (L) 7776-2411 



30,322 

J. H. Wllflon (L & 
Lab) 9871 

CoL Sir S. A. Sad- 
ler (C) t!a84-2407 

G. Lansbniy (Soc) 1481 

17453 
Dr. V. H. Ruther- 
ford (L) 6S06 
X Bigwood i CJ e053-ld3 



m4au 

H. Niekl (C) 

A. H. Button iU 



sun 



23.380 
J. Branch (L) 9790 

Col. H. F, Bowles 
{C} 7074-2116 



28,627 
J. Ciibb (L) 
Hon, W. R. W. 
Poel (LU) 



11,303 
10,^77^16 



19,651 
Captv C. B. Balfour 

(Ci 88^ 

C. Tomkini^on ID 7289-1570 
Capt, Balfour resiffmeA. 
Jnne 5, 1907 (a'i.120) :- 
Earl of Ronnldahay (C) 

Unop, 



. BQOE^ \W^. 



mo 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



HXPDIiBSBX. TOTT^If H JIM [136J71J 

10,887 I 10,887 

J. Howard R) 4441 f J. Howard (C^ 

\\\ S, Caine ih) 3706-73A V. Brethertoii (L) 



3941 



If IHPlilSSBX, nXBRIDG 1! [83,145j 

F. D. Dixon-Hftrt- F, D. Dixon-Hartland {0} 

lajid(C) 5083 I Unop, 

J. P. Hickman (U 3615-2178 

MiDDLETON— «e€ LANCASffm E» 

Midlothian— .9M Edikburg mshirk. 
MiLK ENt>— 5ee Tower Hamlets. 



7535 j 

T. M, H^jaly (NJ i(m ! 

Sii'J, Leslie. Bl. (C) a885-137U 
Mr* Heal^ elected to sit for 

Londonderrf/r Saitth, 
Feb. 11. ismaa*^):— 
P* O'Brioii (M 4015 
J, C. HaU (C) 2551-1464 



7525 
P. O^Brien (X> 3862 
Sir J. Leslie. Bt (C^ 2491-1471 



HOKAGHAK, SOUTH [36, 4001 
7474 
Sir J. N. McKenna 

(X> i735 

S. E, Shirley {C} 983-3772 



MONMOUTH DISTRICT 

64S5 
E. H. Carljutt (L) 2933 
T. Cordes iC| 2921-11 



6485 
SirG.ElHot, Bt. (Q3033 
E, H, Carbutfc (L) 256S-465 



MONMOUTHSHIRE, HO 

10.7(15 
T. P. Price ih\ 5683 
J. A. RollB (C^ 3236 2457 



HONMOUTHSHXBR, SO 

ii.oett 

CoL Hoo. F. C. Mor- 
gan (€^ m^ 

Sir H. Jackaon, Bt, 
(L> 4293-507 



HOHHOUTHBHIRE^WE ST 182.173) 
ff?70 
G. M, Wavmintrton, 

Q.C. IL) 6730 

B. R WUliami?, 



7474 
Sir J. N. McKenna 

(N> 4716 

Capt Hon. P. C. 

Westenra (C) 1000-3706 



RTH [68,6711 

10,705 
T. K Price (L) 

K» Jones {€) 



44^ 
328.^14fl3 



UTH tT3,43Tj 

11.06H 
Col, Hon_ F. C. 

Morgan (C> 5236 

O, Bryant (L) 2960-SS285 



Q.C. \C\ 



1341-038& 



9770 
G. M. WttTminirton» OC. 
iU Unop, 



15,716 
J. Howard fC) 579* - 
T. H. Cliance LJ 4074-i 



11,7^ 
F. D. Dixon -Hart- 

land (G) 5173 ^ 

L. Probyn (L) 202^^ 



7047 

C. Diamond (N) 3897 
H. W. JackBon (C) 22SO 



7120 
R O'Driecoll (N) 4245 
M. M. Rutherfoi-d 
(C) 1007^ 



7697 
A. Spicer (Ll 
SlrG.Emot,Bt.(C| 



^lao 

I 



&m 



12,130 
T. R Price (L) 
J. A. RoUfl (C) 



13,211 
Col. Hon. F. C. 

Monfan (C> . _^ 

Baron Prof nmo <L) J7< 



11,351 
C. M. Warmington, 

Q.C, HA 70l« 

W. H. Metedytb m 17« 



LTBERALi XEXTi BOOTS., WS%. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



311 



1B95 



1900 



HIBDIiBBBXp TO'TTSHH AM 

17.346 ia4l2 

J. Howard (C^ 6388 J. Howard {V) fiT2l 

Clem Edwards ^L) 381T-25T1 ! G. Hay MorgnD (Lt 4009-Sm2 



lEIBDIiBBBlX^ UXBB100 C 

12,502 , 13,701 

Sir F. D. Dison-Hiu'tland^ Sir F. D. Dixon Hartland. 
Bt. \C) BL (C^ 

Unop, Unop. 



M OHAOHAN, NORTH 

6815 
D. Macaleese ^X) 3377 
Capt- Hod. P. C. 
West-emu iC\ 2094-1283 



MOilAGHJUi, SOHTH 

J. Dalj' <X) 38S7 

, W» Tenieon 



"<^i 



1017-2870 



MONMOUTH BIBTRIOT 

8391 
A. Spicer <L) 3743 

E. M, Underdown, 
Q.C. to 3589-154 



701 1 
D. Macaleese (X) Unop. 
Mr. Maraleesi' died. 
Dec. 21. 1900(7014):— 
Dn E. C. Tbompson (X) 

Ifnop. 



6705 
J. Daly IX) Unop. 

Mr, Ikily remaned. 
March 4, 1902 (8903h" 
J, MoKeati (N^ 



(7lW>13, 



Dr. Rutherfoord 

Harris (C) 4415 

A, Spicer (h) 3727-6^ 

Ilr^ Hai^ria unseated on 
petit ioiu 

mky 7, imi {mm :— 

J. Lii^Toncc (CJ 4604 
A- Spicer (L) 1201-343 

KOHMOU7HSHIBB, NORTH 

11,674 I 11,1.^ 

R, McKenna (L) 4963 ' R. McKenna <L) 513» 
W. K Hume- F. de Peunofather 

WJlUamjlC^ 4203-7(^2 (C) 3740-1399 



i W>NHOUTHBHIR13, SO 
'' 11437 

Col, Hon. K C. 
Morgan {C\ 5815 

Cliilbrd Con^ (L) 6303-612 



UTH 

14,303 
CoL Hon. F. C. Morgtin (C) 
Unop, 



MOMMOOTHBHIRi:, WE ST 

11,475 
8ir W. Harcourt 



_JL) 7"M3 

W, E. Wllliam.«i {C) 1866^5287 



llplW 
Sir W, Harconrt^L) 5076 
L W. H, Gardner 

(C) 2401-3575 

Sir FK Harcourt died, 
Nov. 3, im>4 jLMSTh— 
T. Hlcliards iLab) 7Bfl5 
Sij' J* CockbtiMi 

^Tariff Reform) 330Mfl3S 



1906 

23l,4€e 
Percy Alden <L) 
H. W. Chatterton 



9056 
7009-2047 



15,»36 
8iiF.D.l>i3ton-Hart' 

land, Bt. (C) ftU® 

S. J, Pocock (L) 6281-115 



6486 
P. O'Hare (X) 

Mr, O'Hare remaned. 
June 20. 1907 <6^i ;-- 
J. C. R, Lftrdner (K> 



Unop. 



J. McKean (X) 



Unop, 



Unop. 



11/207 

L. Hetalam (L^ 4531 

E. E. MichollH IC\ 3JBB-5&2 

J. Winstone (LRC) 1678 



13,411 
R. McKenna (L> 7730 
Adm. Sir C. E'amp- 
bell (C) 315;M575 



15.858 
Col. Ivor Herbert 

Col. C, C. E, Mor- 
gan (C> 



7503 
6216-1287 



1&8^ 
T. Richards Ujab) 



Unop, 



LIBSRAh YEAR BOOK, Wjft, 



818 



THE HOUSE OF VOMMOSS 



1885 



1886 



MOKTOOMEltV mSTBI Gf 117.791] 

iM^ I 2909 

P> Pryce-Jone^ tC) UOO ; II on. F. Hanburi- 
Hon, F. Ha II burr- Ttacy (L) 

Tracy U4 13g6-«3 P. Pryce-Jonos (C) 



1424 
1251-171 



MONTOOHERirSHIRB 

8870 
Stuart Re ndeUU 4044 
C. W. W. Wjun (C)3389-<ia5 



mm 

J. ShircBs Will, 

A. Goldon «L) 2779-753 

A. Madde (C» 763 



'[37410] 

8870 
Stuart Rondel (L) STBO 
Capt. D. H. Mytton 
(C) 3220-570 



(^331J 

8987 
J. Shirees Will, 

Q.C. <L) 3367 

A. PBtton IL.U) 2088-1289 



/ 



MORPETH [50,043] 

Thonma Burt (L) Unep, 
Nairnshire— s^e Elgin* 
Newark— see Xottinghamb 
Newbury— «« Behkshire. 
NBWGASTIii: - UMDBB ^ 
7S3T 
W. Sw AEeo {LJ 4031 
A. R. Scoblo, Q.C. 
(C) 2848-1183 

MEWCAS^LBJ-UPON-TT 

2 ^ea^*. 30,314 
J. CowoD (L| 10,489 

John Morley (L) 10,129 
0, F. Hataond jC) 9,5004B9 
Mr. Morley accepted oMce. 
Fekl2. 18^ (30,311):- 
John Morloy (L) 11,110 
C\ l\ Hamond 
(C^ 8,449-2661 

Xew Forest— .*ffe HAMPsHt 

HfiWlRGTON, WAIfWO 

L. H. Isaacs (C) 18S5 
A. a Henriquea (L) 1816-89 
W. Malthou**© (I) 248 



NOWIKOTOM, mmBT [01, 
0377 
C. W. Radcliifo 

Vooke iO 24it> 

J. Js! A>flr ^L> I774-ei45 

^/r TT: 3/eAj-thur 
tfj^; 821 



mm 

Thomas Burt {M 



Unop. 



D. H. CoghOl (LU) 2876 
J. B. Briudloy (L) 27^-124 



HB [21.%328] 

30,314 
John Morley (L) 
J. CraiK (L) 
Sir W. G, Ami- 



HtrongJLU) 



Sir M. 
BL (C) 



Ridley, 



RTH [f$0,893] 

5S98 
L. a Isaacs iC\ 
J, S, Balfour (L) 



10.681 
10,172 

9,657-515 



1983 
1748-236 



279J 

6377 
C, W. RftdcUlTe 

CwlteitC* 
J. F. B. FM^ {\.\ 



2447 



1892 



299ft 
Sir P. Pi'y CO- Jones 

Hon. F. Hanbmy- 
Tracy \U 



im 

1288-118 



1288-118 I 

3663 ^^H 
2847-815 1 , 



Stuart Rendel (L) 

Capt. D. H, Mytbon 
(C) 

Mr. Rendel raised to pe^'- 
ngc as Lord RendeL 

March 29, 1884 <8002t :- 

A, L\ Humphreys- 
Owen (L) 3440 

R. W. W. Wyim (C) 3215-335 

8436 
J.ShiressWill,Q.C. 

(T.) 3941 

R. A, LockhArt 

(LU) 2000-183 



6083 

Thomas Burt (L) 



Unop, 



W. Allen (L) 4024 

D, H. CoghlU tlrU) 2096-1(168 



32.117 
C. R HiutJOBd <C^ 13,828 
John Morloy (L) 10,905 
J, Craig: iU U».688-2tt 

Mr, Mhrtty appointtd S«c» 

rciarv for Ireland. 
Aug. 25, 1882 {32,117h~ 
John Morley (L 12*963 
RRalH(LU) 11,244-1739 



*5798 
W. Saunders {U 3514 
L. H. I(<aaca IV\ 2218-2! 
iWr. SauTtderfs died^ 
May 14, ISai (7430) :— 
J. Bailey |C1 2078 

CoL Reade (l^ 210 

G, LansburyiSoc^ 3147 

7S79 
Capt. Cecil Norton 
(U 3421 



I-IBERAl. -iCBAB, fS^^ ^"^^^ 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1007. 



313 



1B95 
HOHTCIOHBRY BtSTRI 



MaJ. E» Prj'co- Jones 



1435 
13J1-84 



Owen Philippe {L} 



HO NTGOM BRTSHIRB 

7989 
A> C* Htimphi'^ys- 

Owen <L) 3442 

R. W, W. Wynn (C) 3415-37 



M0H1?R08B DIBTHICF 

J. Shlreaa WiU, 

Q.C.iU 3fifti 

G* W, Baxter (LU> 2462-1132 
Mr. ShireHH WUt resigned. 
Feb. 22, 1896 (8892} i- 
John Morlcy iU 4565 
John Wilson {C) 257a-l«©3 

MORPBTH 

7027 
Thomas Burt ID 340t 
M. M. Barry iC> 1235-2169 



NBWCAfiTLiB • UNHBR 



W. Allen (L) 
A- M. Lee (LU> 



3510 
3399-Ul 



1900 

OT 

322H 
Col. E. Pryce-Jone,^ 

(C) 1475 

J. A. Bright {U 1309-189 



7915 
A, C. Humphrey a- 

Owen fL) 31S2 

R. W, W. Wynn (C) 321»-"261 



John Morley (L) 3980 

J. B, DonlLU^ 2380-1570 



84S0 
Thomaa Bnrt fL) 
M. M. Barry (C> 



3117 
270fr-410 



IilfHB 

Sir A. S. HasMm 

(LU) 3750 

W, Allen <L) 356^-182 



NS^BTCASTIfB-UPOH-TY NB 

C.F.HamondlCI 12,833 S^. R. Plummer 

W. D, Cruddas(C) 1X170 , (€} 

John Morley (L> H,m2-3fl8 G. Renwick id 



J. Craig (L)" 
', yfammill 



11.154 
(ILP) 2.302 



NBWIHOTON, WAIiWORTH 



g. storey ILJ 
Capt* Hon. H,. 
Lambten (L) 



15,(M 
14,7fi2 
10.488-4iSa4 

10,4<33 



7430 

J. Bailey {C) 2822 

RusseH Spokes (L) 2260-553 
O. Lanabury iSoc) 20S 



MfiWINOTOM, WBST 
7971 
r'ftot. Cecil N'orton 

3^19 
lents (C^ 27«&-lail 




7no 



J. Bailey <CJ 3098 

Russell Spokes (L) 2233-885 



Capt. CeoU Norton 
it) 3669 

F. Rlcarde-Senver 
{€} 2103-1156 



1906 



3rM3 
J, D, Heosi (L} 
C<th E. Pry ce- Jones 



(C) 



1M3 
D. DaricB (L) 



1541 
1458-83 



t/itojj* 



8373 
John Morley <L) 4416 
CoL A, Sprot (C^ 1922-2494 



9425 
Thoinaei Burt ih) 5518 
S. A. CoatA iC> 1919-3590 



9650 
J. C. Wedgwood (L) 5155 
Sir A. S. Ha«lam 
(LU) 2948-2-i07 



36,909 
WHudson ILRC) 18.869 
T. Calrn»4 (L) 13,423 

Sir W. R. Plum^ 

iner {C} ll>42-fl481 

G, Renwick |C| ' 11.223 



S995 
C, J. ODonnell (L) 3187 
Sir J. Bailey (C| 2418-769 



7147 
Cant* Cecil Norton 

(L^ 4446 

R. K BeliUoH (C) 2425-3021 



LIBERAL YEAK BOOK, l^Oift. 



314 



TSB BOUSE OF COMMONS 



18B6 



I 



1S86 



KkWMARKET— W« CaMBRIDO ESHIBB. 
NKWTt)RT— sr* SKBOPSHrKE. 

NnWRT [13,m] 

J. H. McCarthy (M 

Unop' R. 
Newton— we LANCASHnie. | 

HORFOLK, BAST |dO,fl9T] I 

11.161 I 11461 

K Blrkbeck (C) 4682 i Sir E. Birkbock, Bt. 



ZIflS 
J. H. McCarthy (N) 1153 
^ C. Sftundors (LU) 71»4«7 



R Falk (L) 



4440-342 



NORFOLK, HID [16.154] 

R. T. G\inio"iHL) 6275 

A. K. FoUowea (C) aSTi-Sloa 



<C) 4578 

H. Lefj -Warner (L> 4000^78 



R. T. Gurdon (LU) 
J. Toller (L> 



3092 



NORFOLK^ MORTH 

9742 
H. H. CozenB- 

Hardy»Q,a(L) 5028 
8. Hoare iC) 3M2-ie9S 



[53.73g) 

»742 
H. H. Coscons- 

Hards'. QX-. (L) 
A. EL FbUowcs {V} 



irORFOEiK, NORTH' 

10.444 
Joseph Arch {L) 4461 
LonlH, Beotinck 
\€) 3821^^640 



1084 
3324- 



m 



BT [51,380] 

i 10.444 

Lord H. Bentinck 
' (C) 
I Jofieph Arch (L) 



NORFOLK, SOUTH {46^61 1] 
10441 
F. Taylor iL) 4530 

Sir R. J. Buxton p 
Bt. (CJ 3588-942 



NORFOLK, BOUTH-WB 

S391 
W. A. Tyseen- 

Amherf^t (C) 4O06 

Sir W. B. Gurdon 

(L) 3776-330 

Norm ANTON— see Yobkshir 

NORTHAMPTON [7fi,070j 
2 Mmts. 8i58^i 
H. Labouchere (L) 48^15 
C. Bradiaugh (L) 4315 
H, C. RichardH {C\ 38W;M2.> 



10,141 
F, Taylor (LU> 



4fle4 
4064.^ 



Vnop* 



BT [40.5OD1 

9301 
W. A. Tyisen- Amherst 
<C) Ump. 



H. Tjabouchere (L^ 4570 
C. Brmllaiigh <L) 4353 
R. Tumor (LUl 3860-503 
T. <X B. Lees (C) 3656 
Mr, Bradlattgh died. 
Fekl2,)8&l(ia895):- 
M. R Manficld IL) 5436 
R A, Germaiije (O 3723-1713 



1892 



1847 
RrarvilI(N> 
H. Thompeon (C) 
K. Johnston (P) 



9812^ 
R. J. Price (L) 
Sir E. Birkbeok. Bt. 
(C) 



4303440 



8801 
C. Hi^ins, aC. tL> 4060 
R. T/Gurdon (LU^ SSSMTO 
Mr. Hipffiiis resigned^ 
April 23; 18S5 {mm :- 
R. T. Gurdon {lAJ) 4112 

F, w. Wilson (L) ?sai^m 

8713 
H- H. Coswins 

Hardy, aC. (L» 4561 
J. Cator iC) 3278-12B 



10,019 
Joeopli Arch (L) 
Lord H. Ban ti tick 



4911 



884S 
F. Taylor {h\J) 
A. G. Kitohing: <L) 



3535-79 



^ 



gigg 
T. L. Haro (C^ 4077 

H. Loe-Womor (L) 3739-338 



11,180 
H. T^bouchere (Tj) 5430 
M, R Manflold (L) 5164 
H. C. Richards (C) 3651-]5t3 
A. JJrueker {V] 3235 



I^IBKRAIj tbab, boots^ \^W%» 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



315 



1895 



HBWRY 

1872 
P. CarvlU (N) 987 

H. Thompson (C) 

HORFOIiK, BAST 

10,838 
R. J. Price (L) 4fl06 

H. Rider Haggard 
(C) 4408-196 

NORFOIiK, MID 

960B 
F. W.Wilson Oi) 4220 
R. T. Gurdon (LU) 408ft-134 



NORFOIiK, NORTH 

9024 
H. H. Cozens- 

Hardy,Q.C. (L) 4264 
Sir Kenneth Kemp, 

Bt. fc) 3738-626 

Mr. Cozens-Hard/y made 

a Judge. 
MarchlS, 1890 (10,017) :- 
Sir W. B. Gurdon 

(Li 4779 

Sir Kenneth 

Kemp, Bt. (C) 3610-1169 

NORFOIiK, N.W. 

10,916 
Joseph Arch (L) 4817 
E. kT B. Tighe (C) 3620-1297 



NORFOIiK, SOUTH 

9647 
F.Ta^or(LU) 4281 
T. H. iSolbey <L> 3445-836 
Mr. Taylor resigned. 
Mayl2, 1896 (9625):- 
A. W. Soames (L) 4626 
S. Holmes (C) 3296-1330 

NORFOIiK, B.W. 

9119 
T. L. Hare (C) 3968 
R. Winfrey (L) 3762-206 



NORTHAMPTON 

11,442 
H. Labouchere (L) 4884 
A. Drucker (C) 3820 
K Harford (L & 

Lab) 3703-117 

J. Jacobs (C) 3304 

F. G. Jones iSoc) 1216 
J. M. RoberiaoB 
(IL) 1131 i 



1900 



1789 
P. Carvill (N) 



10,791 
R. J. Price (L) 
Capt. W. Prioleau 
(C) 



F. W. Wilson (L) 
W. L. Boyle (C) 



Unop. 



4563 
3733-«30 



3422-574 



10,261 
Sir W. B. Gurdon 

(L) 
Ma^'. H. S. Follett 



4490 
3493-997 



10,811 
G. White Oj) 
Sir W. H. Ff olkes, 
Bt. (LU) 



4287 
3811-476 



9654 
A. W. Soames (L) 3986 
E. Mann <C) 3566-420 



3702 



8740 
T. L. Hare (C) 
R. Winfrey (L) 



12,180 
Dr. J. G. Shipman 

(L) 5437 

H. Labouchere (L) 5281 
R. R. B. Orlebar (C) 4480-801 
H. E. Randall (C> 4V2A 



1906 



1905 
J. J. Mooney (N) 
P. Carvill (N) 



11,237 
R. J. Price (L) 
R. F. Boileau (C) 



802 
736^ 



5631 
3435-2196 



9490 
Lord Wodehouse (L) 4197 
W. L. Boyle (LU) 4170-27 



10,795 
Sir W. B. Gurdon 



(C) 



S. Rippingall 



5155 
3628-1527 



11,1 
G. White (L) 5772 

W. J. Lancaster (C) 2972-2800 



9643 
A. W. Soames (L) 4677 
Sir E. Mann, Bt (C) 3510-1158 



8936 
R. Winfrey (L) 4416 

Sir T.L.Hare, Bt. <C) 3513-903 



11,954 
Herbert Paul (L) 4479 
Dr. J. G. Shipman(L)4244 
R. R. B. Orlebar (C) 4078-166 
F. G. Barnes i^\ 4Cm 



\ 



LIBH3BAX YBSAR BOOK., \^^. 



318 



THE BOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
MORTHAMPTOIISHIRS, 

F. A. Chiinning 

(LI Mil 

R. Ramadon {C) 335»-*i055 



U,3I.T6 
Hon. C R. Speneor 

(L) &W« 

R PMppfl {€} i347-1099 



NOHf H AH PTO N SH IRE »' 

9(741 
Ijord Bai-ghley (C) 446J 
Sir J. M. Car- 
michael. Bt. (L) 4296-171 

HORTHAHPTON BHIRB, 

9638 
Blr R. Knightlor, 

Bt. (C\ 40T4 

Sir M, Fltzg<3rald, 

Bt. <L) 4012-62 

North SHiELDa^i?ee Tynhuh 

NORTHUM BBHXiANDf B 

fIS»l 
SlrKGre3r,Bt.{LM929 
F^rl Percy {C) 3613^1316 



NORTHUMBDRLAIID, 

10,237 
M. Maclnnes {LJ 5183 
Sir M. W. Ridley, 
Bt. (C) ^i3^1A30 



HORTHUMBBRLAHD, 

11,852 
A. H, G. Grvy {U 5782 
Gainaf ord Bf ucc, 
aC. (C) 344(V-2342 

HORTHUBtBBRLAND, 

10,392 
C. Feiiwick {L> 5858 
J. B. Cookson {C) 2703^155 

NoRTMWioH— see Cheshirbl 

NORWICH (lUJSai 
2 smU 15,323 
H. Bullard (Of 7fT9 

J, J. Coknan iL> 0601 
R. S. Wright {L) 0251-415 
Mr. Bulio/i'd unseated on 
petition. 

S. HQaj^ \€) Unap. 



1886 

BAST [87,2211 

F. A. ChRJininK (L) 4428 
L. Agar-Ellia 



Hon. 



901^-1416 



MID [55,301) 

11,306 
Hon. C* R. Spencer 

\U 4887 

W. C. Cartwright 

ILU) 



SOUTH [43,752J 
9636 
Sir R. Knightloy, 

Bt. (C^ 4009 

SlrJ^M-Cannichaijl, 
Bt (L> 988rr-31fi 

OUTH. 



NORTH [47,303] 

9741 
Lord Biirghloy {C} 



Unop^ 



ii^aae 

F. A. Channing (LI 6832 
W. Potter. QXT C^ 434&-11i4 



lasos 

Hon. C. R* Spencer 

{U 4731 

James Pender {C\ 43aM31 



Lord Bnrghley (C> 
J, T. Stockhum (L) 



4^05 



9251 

D. C. Guthrie (L) 
T: L. M. Cartwright 



[55,m41 
10,237 
M, Maclnnee (L) 4177 
Viact. MelKund to 3220-957 



TTNRSIDS [100,8S7J 
11.832 
W. B, Beaumont (L) 4112 
A. H. G. Grey (LU) 3990-123 



■WANSBRCK [S0,639] 

I 10,392 

C. Fenwick {Jj\ 5235 
W. Wiglit ILtT) 1710-3525 



RRW^ICK-OH-TWEED {504911 

9691 I 9141 

Sir K Grey, BU <L) 4131 ' sir E. Grey, Bt. iU 4002 
Hon. F. W. Lambton W. A. Robertson (CJ 3660442 

(LUl 3407-724 



9064 
N. G. Clayton tC) 4092 
M. Maelnnes (L) 4010-83 
Mr. Clai/toti unseated <w 

17. 1893 (10,494) :- 
M. Maclnnes (L> 4304 
R. Clayton (Cj 4338-4lfl 



15,323 
J. X Colman (L) 
S. Hoaro (C| 
J, H. Tillett (L> 
C. S, Read(C^ 



62^ 
6156 
6119^ 
5564 



13,727 
X A. Pease iU 54G8 

Arnold Wbite (LUJ 601MS0 



11,304 
C. Fenwick (L) 5666 
S, McC, Hill <C) SBflO'^TT* 



16,aS3 
Hoare (C) 
J, Colman ^L) 
Bedford iU 



771S 
7107 
BSll^^M 



lUm^lBKl. ^^ii3. W>OT?U V»3&^ 






POLL^BOOK, 1885^11*07- 



317 



1895 
NOBTHAHPTOlf SHIRK, 

F. A- Chamiing 
(L) mil 

H- Luflh-WllRoni, 
QX\ (C) 4981-1216 

HORTHAHPTONBHIRB 

lljll 
Jamet' Pender (C) 5084 
Hon, C R. Speiicer 
*LJ 4802-282 



MORTMAMP^OMBHIRE, 

K. P. Monckton (C) 

Unop. 



HORTH^UiPTOMSHlRB, 

91M 
Hon. E, S, Dougla*^ 
Pennitnt {C] 4553 
L D. C. Gntlirie ID 3324-lSi9 



1900 

EAST 

14.385 
F. A. Channinir^U 700S 
J. C. D. Parker (C| 5Sa»-144U 



MID 

12,175 
Horu L', R. Sptsncor 



(L) 

Str Jameu Pendor 
Bt. (C) 



5399 



NORTH 

l(i.^20y 
Cot. S. G, Stopfoitl 

StfcCkviUeiC) 4359 

F. Bnrlow ft) ^03-1256 

SOUTH 

8»76 
Hon. E. A. FltaroF 

(C;j 4174 

Archibald QroTe 

ID 3166-1008 



KORTHUMBRRLAND, B 

Sir R Grey. Bt. (L> 43T8 
Lord WarK worth 
{Mart Perm (C) 3SB^783 

HORTMUHBERLAND, 

10,3lfl 
W. t\ B. Beaumoot 

(L) 4438 

C. K Hunter (C) 4003-J35 



IfORTHUMBSRI^AND, 

14.932 
J, A. Pease ^L) 6088 
Arnold WMIg (LU) 5631-435 



]|ORTHUMBmHX.AIII», 

12,!^ 
CV Fen wiek (L) 3629 
J. J* Harris iC) 2^22-3207 



RORWIGH 

17,494 
a. Hoaro (C^ 



8166 
8034 



Sir H, Bull&rd (Q 

T* TerrolU Q.C. (LJ 733l>-704 

F. W, Vemoy ILI 7210 



B R WICK-O N -T WEED 

d303 

Sir K, Grey, Bt.. (L> 



HEXHABf 

10,310 
W. C. B. Beaumont 

\U 4197 

Visot. Morpeth (LU) 4011-186 



T71IESIDE 

18,460 
H. C. Smith (tU) 
J. A. Peaee {h} 



7om 

6730-^83 




WAN8BBGK 

i4,m 

a Fenwiek (L) 5*74 

J. a Applehy (C) 42S3-11»1 



18,738 
Sir S. Hoare, Bt. (Cf 
Sir H. Bnllard jCJ 

Sir II BuXlard died. 
Jan. 1&, lyOI {\%Tm '.- 
UJ.TUlettlL) 8a7« 
E. E- Wild (C^ 6756^1820 

Q. H, Roberta (Lab) 2440 



1906 

16,862 
F. A, Charming ^L) SOU 
Sir A. Do-Capoll- 
Brooke, Bt. (C) 641«-3«^ 



_ 13,450 

H. Maiifleld <L) 6307 

R, h\ Peel <C) 5087-1240 



laosg 

G. Xicholk (Lab) 4S80 



Col* S. G, Stqpford 
Sackvllle (C) 



4JW5-686 



«023 
Archibald Grove {L) 4136 
Hon. C\ Douglas- 
Ponimnt (C) 3814-322 



«3ie 
SirE.Gr<jy,Bt,lL) 5102 
T. W.H, In8klp(C) ^863-2240 



11.049 
W. C, R Beaiimont 

(U 5633 

G. S, Clayton iC) 3517-2085 
Mr. Bexiumont. aucceedfd to 
peerage as Lord A Ihndah: 
March a7. imi Ul,ll«) :— 
R. tt Holt {L) 5401 

CoL C.L. Bates (C) 4244-1167 

23,167 
J. M. Roberttion 



J. Ki 



:nott iC) 



11.>I»0 
6,886-4611 



17,529 
C. Fenwiek (L} 10,388 
W. R, Buchanan 
Riddell (C) 3;210-7176 



20,3tW 
a, H. Rob«rt« 

(LRC) 
L. J. Tillett (L) 
E. K. Wild {C} 



lUa'^ 
10.W2 
7,460-3512 



UBKRAl, TPW^ ^OOK, W3»^ 



31S 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



I8a5 

12,749 
Arnold Morley {L) 6239 
Hon. H. Fiiieh- 
Hatton (C) 4248-^1 



NOTTlKOHJlMp SOUTH 

12,751 
J. Cai veU WilliamB 

(L^ 1963 

H. 8. Wrifirht (C) 4630-383 



[73,1»5] 



NOTTIHGHAH, WSS1> [93,3371 

Col. C. Seely (L) mm 
E. Cope ^C) 37W-2Sr2 

^^iima (Soc) am 



KOl*TIiraHAHl0IRB, B 

9479 
W.Beckett'Denifion 



(L) 



a FoUambe 



4072-295 



1886 
iill] 

12,7ifl 
Arnold Moriey (L) 
Hon. H. Finch. 
Hattcm (C> 



4584 

4418-136 



12,751 



H, 8, Wrlgrht (CJ 
J. CarveU AYilliamH 



4586 
4317-1«» 



14929 
CoL C. Seely <LU) 



A45S 
4609-849 



ASSBTIiAW [57,117) 
W. Beckett (C) 



jtf-. ^ckett died. 



r.U 



Unop, 



4331 



J. W, Mellor, Q.C. 



<^- G. S. Foljanibe ' -^^ 



J. H. Payne (C) 230&^381fi 



a a s. Foljambe 

T *^' 4fi7fl 

h. Rolleston iQ -- 






NOIMFIIf GHilHSHlRB, H 



i8es 

11,204 
Arnold Moriey {L) 
Hon. H. Flnch- 



Hatton {€) 



4861 
4284^77 



11,010 
H,aWd8;ht<C) 4570 
J. Fletcher Mouiton, 
Q.O. <L) 4487-83 



13,411 
Col. C. Seely (LU) 
Henry Broaah^rst 



5610 



sir F. G. Mllner, Bt. 



j.'S 



Yoxall (L) 4014-103 



J. EL EUiML') 
^V^' B. Wamer 



NuN^TON^^^e Waswickshm. 



USHClilFFB {80,219J 

*J-E. Elite ai'^^ 17«4 I T iz. ^,* "'»*fi 




5380 
4588-792 



I.IBE1BAI- ^KAB, BOOlt, \Wm, 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 



319 



1B95 

11.818 
E. Bond (C) l«M) 

Arnold Motley <L) 4735-165 



1900 

12,109 
E. Bond tC| 
E. H. ErtUHor (L) 



41*8-779 



NOTO^INOHJIM, SOUTH 

11,377 
Lord H. Bentinck 

{Q\ mfi ! tCj 5288 

R W. Mande IL) 438&-433 H. Y. Stanger, Q,C. 

(L) 3SJli-1384 



Lord H. Ben tin ck 



NOTTIHGHABf, WBST 

14.510 
J. H. YoxalML( fl088 
A. G. Sparrow (C) 5576-513 



HOTTIHOaJiMSHIItS, B 



Sir R G 

(C) 
H. K Leader (L) 



Mlliier, Bt, 
mi 
3^1-1253 



MOTTIMGHAHSHIRll. 

12.3J,> 
J. CarvuU WUHuiils 

<L) 5670 

Col. H. Eyre (C) 4385-1385 



14.873 
J. H. Yoxall (l^ 
Sir Lepel GriiHn 
(LU) 



JlSaSTliAW 



6023 
5fia»-384 



io,i2a 

sir F. G. Milner, BL (CJ 



MANBFlBLiII 

lM5ti 
A. B. Mai-kham (L) 64B« 
CoL H. Eyre (C) il27-23fiB 



1906 

12.4.>l 
Sir Henry f'otton 

R Bond \V\ 



A. Rlchai-daoii 

iLab) 
Lord H« BenMnck 



mm 

4290-lT3f) 



5514-8tl(l 



13,500 
X H, Yoxall (L) BIOT 
W. I^ P. Rowley 



11,320 
F. H. New new {L) 
air F. G. Mihier, 
Bt. (C) 



53fi5 
4834-531 



17,»31 
A. B. Mat kham IL| 



NOTTIN01CJ1H3HIRB, H liWAHK 



10.310 
. G. E. Welby, 



10,485 I 

Hon. H, H. Finch- I Sir i 

Hatton (CI Unop, 

Mr* Finch ■ HaUon re- 

signed. 
May U, 1836 nOt4l9J:- 
YiBct. Newark (C> Unop, 
Vi^. Newark succeeded 
to peerage aa Lard Man- 

Feb. 16, 1»X> a^.310) :— 
Sir a G. E. Welby, 

Bt. (C) 5182 

H.Y.8tanger.Q.C. 

(L) 2Sn-229l 



ro^tlKOHJLHSHIRB, H U5HCLIFFE3 

12,808 I ihdm 

1 J. E. ElMs iU 5752 ' J. E. EHIb i,U 

\0. M. Sinith (LU) 5119-633 J. Robinson (C) 



Bt. (C^ 



UliOp, 



6350 



10,Sf» 
J. R. Starkoy {C } 
A. M. Matjde^'ille 
(L> 



4772 
4444-328 



17,8 
J. E. Ellis (LI 



d(m 



fl»13-446 I H, F. Wyatt (LU> ^00^^834 



LIBieiiAL ITfiLAJt BOOK^ \^Kft* 



320 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

2 t^faU. 2&,e00 

J. T. Hibbert(L) 12.268 

J. M.MacleAntO) 11.992 

Hon. K, h, Stan- 
lev iU 11.847-145 

a. T. Whitehead 
{V\ UJ91 



1886 



J. M. Maclean {Q) 11.00« 
Elliott Loos tCI 11,484 
J. T. Hlbbert \U 10,921-563 
J. M. Cheetham (L^ 10.801 



7391 
K LyelllL) 3332 

Hon. C, T, Dimdas 
to lMO-1412 



7391 
L. Lyell iU 
H* Hoar© (LU) 



2353 
1382-871 



OEMSKIRK- -«efi LANC!ABinBK.f 
OBGOLPCBOSa— SCf YORKSHIR E. 

OaeoRY— ««e QtrEicN's Count|y. 
Obwebtry— «e* Shbopshike, 

OTLEY— *ee YOBKSHtRK. 



OXFOHB 148.285] 
67&1 
A. W. Hi\ll (C) 3212 
t\ A. Fj-ffe (L) 2894-318 



OXFORB UNIVERSITY 

2 seats, 5575 

Sir J. R. Mowbray, Bt (C) 

J. O. Talbot (C) 



6764 
A. W. Hall <C) 



Uncp, 



5S75 
Sir J. R, Mowbray, BL ^C) 
J. G, Talbot {Q 

Vnop. 



OXFORD&HIRSi, MtD> OT WOODSTOCK [46,476] 



10,015 

RW. McLean (L) 4327 
Viflct. Valontia (CI 4138-189 



OXFORDBHIRB, 

8478 
Sir B* Samuelaon. 

Bt. (L) 4438 

L.M, Wynne (C) 2»44-14fi2 



10,012 

F. W, McLean, Q.C. {UJ) 

Unop. 
Mr. McLean appoiTitid a 

Master in Ltrnacy. 
April 21, 1891 19^25^ :- 
G* H, MoitgU (C^ 4448 

G. R. Benwon {L) 3760-688 



NORTIH, oi- BANBURY {40,0151 
8478 
Sir B. Samuelson, 

Bt. {L) 3677 

L, M. Wynne (C^ 3184-493 



18B2 

J. M. Chectham (L) 12,619 
J. T. Hibbert iD 12;541 
Elliott 1^08 (C) 12,205-336 
J. M, Maclean (O ll.9a£ 



7D64 
L, LyeU fL) 2024 

W. YQianger (LU) 16I7-1(0J 



7476 

Gen. Sir G. Chesney 

lO 3276 

R. Souttar (L) 315^190 

Sir G, (Jhesney died. 
AprLi 20, 1885 (7637J :— 
Vbct Valentia (C) 3746 
J. F. Little {D 3143-002 



0011 
Sir J. R. Mowbray, Bt. {Ci 
J. G. Talbot (C) 

UntniK 



9756 
G. R, BensoD (L) 
G. H. Morrell (d) 



8223 
Sir B. Samuelsoo, 

Bt. <L) 
L. M, Wynne (C) 



4278 
4167-111 



3640 
34^3-1891 H 



X,J3BBA1. YEAS ^OOK, \^%, 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



321 



1895 

OIiDHJLM 

28,783 
R. Ascpoft (C) 
J. F. Oswald, Q.C. 

Adam Lee (L) 
Sir J. T. Hibbert 



13,085 

12,465 
12,249-216 



j^} 



12,092 



dr, Ascroft died and Mr. 
Osioald resigned, 

July 6, 1899 (28,476):- 

A. Eminott (L) 12,976 

W. Runciman 
(L) 12,770 

Winston Church- 
ill (C) 11,477-1293 

J. Maudsley <C) 11,449 



ORKNBY AND SHBTIiA 

7053 
Sir L.Lyell,Bt.(L) 2381 
R. W. M. Fullarton 
(LU) 1580-781 



OXFORD 

7637 
Visct. Valentia (C) 3623 
T. H. Kingerlee (L) 2975-648 



OXFORD UNHTBRSITY 

6154 
Sir J. R. Mowbray, Bt. (C) 
J. G. Talbot (C) Unop. 
Sir J, Mowbray died. 
Mayll, 1899 (6186):— 
Sir W. R. Anson, Bt. (LU) 
Vnop. 



1900 



A. Emmott {t) 12,947 
Winston Churchill 

(C) 12,931 

W. Runciman (L) 12,709-222 
C. B. Crisp (C) 12,522 



ND 

7420 
J. Cathcart Wason 

(LU) 2057 

Sir L. Lyell, Bt. (L) 2017-40 
Mr. Wason resigned. 
Nov. 18 and 19, 1902 (7572) :~ 
J. Cathcart Wason 

(IL) 2412 

T. McKinnon Wood 

(L) 2001^11 

T.V.S. Angler (LU) 740 



8185 
Visct. Valentia (C) 



Unop. 



J. G. Talbot (C) 
Sir W. R. Anson, Bt. (LU) 
Unop. 



OXFORD8HIRB, MID, or WOODSTOCK 

9767 9663 

G. H. Morrell (C) 4689 G. H. Morrell (C) 

G. R. Benson »— "~> 



OXFORD8HIRB, NORT 

8145 

A. Brassey (C) 4057 

C. Thornton (L) 3074-963 



Unop. 



n, ov BAMBURT 

7853 
A. Brassey (C) 3632 

Hon. E. flennes (L) 2821-811 



1906 



32,387 
A. Emmott (L) 17,397 
J. A. Bright (L) 16.672 
C. B. Crisp (C) 11,989-4683 
E.L. Hartley (C) 11,391 



7680 
J. Cathcart Wason 

(L) 3837 

C. J. Dunlop (LU) 1021-2816 



8615 
Visct. Valentia (C) 3910 
G. Whale (L) 3810-100 



J. G. Talbot (C) 
Sir W. R. Anson, Bt. (LU) 
Unop. 



E.N. Bennett (L) 
G. H. Morrell (C) 



4585 
4144-441 



7748 
Hon. E. Fiennes (L) 3992 
Visct. Villiers (C3) 279^-1196 



l4l»VRAi4 YBAB. ^OOK, \^^, 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1365 



1886 



OXPORH&HHIB, SOUTH t <»F HISNLBY |lg,6S0] 
8659 S66ft 

Col, E. ^V'. Harcourt Hon. R Parker (C^ 3ff7l 

(<;» 3778 air W. G. F. Philli- 

F. W. Maiido (L) 3258^2(J more, Bt. (Ly 2fl00-1071 



1602 



8731 



Hon. F. Parker iC\ J 
Sir W. G. R PhiUi- 
luore, Bt, (L^ 



3:SRlMie 



PADDIMOTON, 

I^ I* Cohen ir> 



NORTH [T2,2UI 



2482 
17»7-tiSo 



SOUTH 



5315 ' 6396 

2900 JohnAirdtC) 

138&-9U T. Terrell (Lj 



FADDIMOTOM, 

Lord Randolph 
Churchill (C | 2731 

J. E. H. Skinner 
(L^ 102»-1706 

W, Lawi^nce (ID 290 

PAISLBY [Tp.BSl] 

W. B. Barbour (L) 3390 
R. M. MoKorrell 
iC> 2523-867 



Paktick—sc^ Lanarkshire. 
PEaKHAM— see Camberwel 
Pekblesshirk— see SfiiLiaB 

PBMBROKB JLND HJtV 

M7i 
H.O.AUeti,Q.CjL)2'll8 
Adm- R, C. Mayne i 

{€} 2150-268 



I L, L- Cohon (C) 
I J» KempiJter (L> 

Mr. Cohen died. 
! Julys. 1887 {6«e8> :— 

JohnAird<C) 2230 

I E. RouUctigo iU lSl2-4ia 

5193 
Lord Randolph 
ChureMU (C) 
J. P, Hopps {Lf 



25Q1 
2281^0 



5168 
' Lord Randolph 
aa76 Churchill iC\ Ump. 

7eft-1807 ! I-^d It ehurehm died. 
Feb, 10. 1890 15^8) :- 
T. a. Fardell {Cf Unop. 



W. B. Barbour (L) 3057 | W, Dunn {U 42^ 

J.ParkerSmi th (hVmm-dm C.N. Johusbon (LU}2441~ia21 

Mr. Barbour died. 

June 1. 1891 (81071 :- 

W. Dunn (L) 4145 

E. M. McKerrell {0) 2807-1338 



PRHBROKUSHIRB [51,859] 
10,8© 
W. Ft. M. DavicB 






Philippa 



37^-1261 



Pbnrith— see Cumberland. 



PBNRITN 



AND 

26*S 
D. J. Jenkins (L) 1170 
W, C. Bentinck [C] 1069-101 



FAIiUO 



C. S. Parker (L) 1652 
J. Chi»hoLm {C] 109&-5S3 
A.McDougalMm 967 



ERFORDWBBT [36,8731 

5i74 
Adm* R, C May no 

(C) 2305 

LewiB Morris (L> 2033^272 



10.883 
W. R. M. Da vies 

(L) 4090 

C. E. G, Philipps iC) 3983-116 



5930 
C. R K* Allen {LI 
Gen. J. W» Laurie 



2580 
238J^m 



OTH [16,312] 

2562 
W C. Bontinck (C) 
D. J. Jenkins {L> 



1089 



4339 
C. S. Parker (LJ 
W. Fowler (LU) 



1573 
1120-453 



10.865 
W. R. M. Dttvle« 

(L> 1800 

SirC.E.G.PhmppH, 

Bt. {Cj S701-10l« 



2580 

W» C. Beiitinck (C) 1218 
A. D. Serena (L) — 



4184 

W. Whitelaw (C) 1308 

C. 8. Parker <L) 1171-^ 

J. WooUeo at 907 



LIBHRAT. "^P.ATl BCKilS., \W5fe, 



POLL BOOK, 1885-1907. 



323 



1895 



1900 



OKFORDSHXRBI, aoOTH, or HBRLBY 

Sa32 ; 903& 

R. T. Heniion- , R. T. Hernioii' 

Hodge {C) 3S31 I Hodge (CM 

Herbert Sanmel (LI 3470-381 Herbert Samuel {lA 3450-172 

PADDINGTOH, HOBTH 

6972 
John Aini \C\ 2848 

G. H. Maberleyicn 186(2-907 



PADDIHGTOHp SOUTH 

5338 
T. a FardeU (C) 

Unop. 



PAlSIiEY 

ir>,S44 
Sii' W. Dimn, BL 

(L) 4404 



PBMBROKB JLHD HA¥ 

Gen, J. W. Laurie 

(C) 271U 

C.F.fi.AUen(L) 2550-ieB 

PBMBRORSSHlilll 

1141H 
W. R. M. I>ftvi68 

CL) 4ddO 

A. 8u Davles {C\ 3ff?()-i80 
3fn Uoirfeff ajraeiTttecE At- 
tomty-Gen. of ^aA€[«MW. 
Feb. la. 1898(11/>61):— 
J. W. Philippi* IL) 5070 
Hon* Hugh. Camp- 
beU (C» 3400-1670 



FBHRTlf 



AND FAIiHO 

2616 
F. J. Hominian (L> 1150 
W. a Bentinck IC) 1101-49 



PERTH 

44off 
R, W&llaoe. Q.C. 

W, Whltelaw {€) 



2137 
1763-371 



8167 
John Aird |C) 3»64 

E. W. Fordham (L) 1518-1S4H 



5750 
Sir T. G. Fardell (C) 



llltOJi. 



10,758 
Sir W. Dunn, Bt 

^L) 4332 

CaptG-8.C.Swin- 

ton (C> 3474-1058 



ERFORDHrSBT 

6398 
Geo. J. W. Laurie 



<9 
r.Tc 



T. TorreU, Q.C, (L^ 



11.083 
. W. PhilippB (L> 



3678 
2667-12 



Unop, 



UTH 

F, J. Horniman (L> 
N. L. Cohen {C) 



1184 
1184-20 



4873 
R Wallace. Q.C. (Li 2171 
W. Whllelftw iC) 1827-344 



1908 



P. E. Morrell (L> 4562 
Sir R, T. Hermon- 
Hodge. Bt. (O 4060^12 



9602 
L. G. Chioxza 

Moner (L) 3825 

A. Strauss (C) 2419-14l]6 

8tr H. C, Burdolt 

(ILU) 817 



m43 
Sir T, G. FajdeU \C) '2t*J0 
C. W. Milne ID 1502-1417 



12,179 
J. M. McCaQum 

(LI 
J. A. D. McKean 

R. Smlllio <Lah) 



25!»-3070 



71^ 
OwonPhiUims <L)3o76 
Gen. Sir R. Pole. 
C\irew (C) 2527-1049 



11,3232 
J. W, Pbiynns (L) 
J. Lort- Williams 



2S06-3280 



293« 
J. Barker (L) 
D, a HaU (C 



134^ 
1248^ 



5398 
R, Wallace. K.C. 

(L) 2875 

:S. Chapman (C) 1867-1008 
Mr. Wallace appointed 
Chaimnanljfmd&fi County 
Sessions. 

Feb. 12, 1907 (5419) :- 
SlrR.Pull»r<L) Unop, 



LIBERAL TEABi B()0^ \Q^. 



884 



THE MOUSE OF COMMONS 



1S&5 



FBRf*HGHIRB, E ABf [12, 
7894 
R. S. Metizies ^L) -1222 
A. Qraham Mur- 
ray (C) 1^21-1801 



FERTHSHIBE, WEST [4 

82SI 
Sir Donald Curde 

(L) 378« 

CSchLH. D. Moray ^ 03290498 



PETBfi BOROUGH [32;^0a] 
3833 
Hon. W. J. W. 

Fltsjwilliaiii [C] 1SS3 
Sydney Buxioo (L) L505-2d8 



FElTt£ftSFIEIJ> — 8«e KaMFSHI 



PIiTMOUTH [iQi,6iS\ 
2scaU. KMSO 
Sir E. Bat€s, Bt. (C) 1354 
Edward Clarke, 

Q,C. (C) 1240 

R a Macliver IL) 113^-108 
Hon. R. B. Br^ttCLi^ 3868 



1886 

330} 

7851 
H. S. Menzies fL) 3304 
J. B. Holland LU) 2ia5-130a 
Mr. Men^ies died. 
Feb. 19. I8a» aim) :- 
Sir J. Kinloch. Bt. 

^L) 4005 

W. L Boas© (C) 2288-1716 



82SS 
Sir Donald Ciirrio 

a W.T.OmondtL) 



Hon. W. J. W. FitSE- 

william (C) 1780 

G. G. Greeo wcN>d (L) 1401-288 
Mr* iHt^william died. 
Oct. 7, 18S9 (10S6J :— 
A, C. Morton (Lj 1893 
R, Pnrvis ILU) 1642-251 

loe. 



PONTEFR&CT 120,745] 
24S5 
Hon. R. Winn (C^ llll 
H, C, E, Childers (Lj 1075-36 



Poplar— ^€e To^wtir Hamle 



10,130 
Sir Edward Clarke, 

QX. (CI 4137 

Sir E. Bates, Bt (C) 4133 
T. E, Stephens (L) "^-- 



E, Strachey (Jj) 



3175 



3465 
Hon. R. Winn (Cj 
V. J. laemlnir (L) 



1150 
947-209 



1892 

7585 
Sir J. mnloch, Bt 

(LJ 3533 

W. L Boa«e (Ci 2i84-10*» 



79efS 
Sir Donald Dnrrie 

{LU> 3422 

A. Ure iL) 3063-3fi9 



45^ 
A, a Morton ih\ 
R, Purvis (LU) 



2037 
1S79-158 



12j43l 
Sir Edward Clarke, 

Q.C. ^C) flOei 

Sir W, G. Pearoe. 

Bt (C) 50S1 

a Harrison \h) 4fl21-: 
G. Lidg«tt iU 4381 



2518 
Hon. R, Winn (C* 



1133 



Oapt. H. S, L. WilBon 

(L) HT82-40 

Hon. B. Winn succeeded 

to peerage as Lord St. 

Oswald. 
Feb. 13, 1893 mm) :- 
H. J* Reckitt (L» 1228 
J. Shaw iV} 1166-63 

Mr. Ee^kitt unsecUed on 

petition, 
June 26, 1883 (2575):- 
T. W. Nu^ey (L) 11»1 • 
Ell lot t Lees (C) 1 ldlM3 



LIBEBAli I^BIKB. BOOTS., \^SK!fe, 




POLL-BOOK, 1886-1007. 



325 



1895 



PBRTHSHIRB, 

7641 
Sir J. Kinloch, Bt 



BAST 



y^l 



BoaseiC) 



3410 
2535-875 



PBRTHSHIRB, WBST 

7964 
Sir Donald Currie 

(LU) 3379 

J. D. Hope (L) 3067-292 



PBTBRBOROUOH 

4787 
R. Purvis (LU) 2260 
A. C. Morton (L) 2020-239 



1900 

7463 
SirJ.Kinloch,Bt 

(L) 3185 

J. G. Stewart (C) 2143-1042 
Sir J, Kirdoch resigned, 
Feb. 28. 1903 (7514):- 
T. R. Buchanan (L) 

Unop, 



8078 
J. Stroyan (LU) 
C. S. Parker (L) 



2913-«85 



5300 
R. Purvis (LU) 2315 
HaUey Stewart (L) 2156-100 



PliTMOUTH 

13,400 
Sir Edward Clarke, 

OC. (C) 6575 

C. Harrison (L) 5482 
Hon. Evelyn Hub- 
bard (C) 5456-26 
S. F. Mendl (L) 5296 
Mr. Harrison died, 
Jan. 12, 1896 (13,223):— 
S. F. Mendl (L) 5966 
Hon. Ivor Guest (C) 5802-164 
Sir Edward Clarke re- 
signed. 
Feb. 16, 1900 (13,568):- 
Hon. Ivor Guest (C) Uiuyp. 



PONTBFRJLCT 

2721 
T. W. Nussey (L) 1245 
J. Fitzalan Hope (C) 1188-57 



lS.fiflB 
H. E. Duke, Q.C. {C\ 6000 
Hon. Ivor Quest (C) 6005 
S. F. Mendl (L) 546(^^546 
H.deR. Walker (L) 5264 



3004 
T. W. Nussey JL) 1386 
Sir F. Ripley, Bt. (C) 1289-116 



1906 



T. R. Buchanan (L) 3738 
Marq. of Tullibar- 
dine (C) 2648-1000 



D. C. Erskine (L) 3800 
J. Stroyan (LU) 3087-403 



G. G. Greenwood 

(L) 3326 

Sir R. Purvis (LU) 2167-1169 



18,196 
T. W. Dobson (L) 
C.S.MaUet(L) 
H. E. Duke, K.C. 



9021 
8014 



^% 



6547-2367 



Smith (C) 6234 



T. W. Nussey (L) 
Col. C. E. Yate (C) 



1837 
1030-807 



LIBERAL. YEAB. BOOK, \^^« 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



"it— . 

CtaLL- ...» 

P.T—fcrtiyiai SBEU 
Q011.T.C Bmoe <07»N 

8irH.awour4Ci7a» 



mm^ mm 



CoL ar W. , 

eiraWilHM«C| 8S» 



BomO 7IS(7 

Cbpt J. O, Pflkh«* 
ton (L» lfleS-3314 



Pcmsirr— «ee Yorkskmek. i 



R. lAlor (X> mm R. L&lor (X» 

Capfc. R. G. Cosbj I Capt- R, G. Coeby 



tC) 



a07-^l3 { it) 

J. 



106-3122 



5617 3617 

A, OOmnar (N) 3a» W, A. Maodonald (S) 

R, Caldbe<^ tW 



Mr. (TCkmnor <t&ted to sU 

for East Dmu^fuL 
Feb.l2,lfflSjfi6lf):— 
8. Oliara Qij 



RadgliffK'Cum -Farxwost n—see Lakgashibs. 



Hod. A.H, WaUih tC> lfi80 
C. C. HogetB ID 180-07 



UfUtp. 



4539 
Hon. A,H, Walah (C| IfllO 
Sir IL Green-Price. 
Bt. (LJ 1668-212 



RaMBEY'— Afe HCJNTINOI>ONS HIRE. 



BBJIDIHO [64.922] 
7615 
C T. Murdoch (C| 3518 
G. J. Shaw-Lefevre 



Reioate— «cc StmHEr. 
RBMFRBWaHIRB, BAS 

82»g 

J: FinlaysOTi (U 3812 



7515 
C. T. MuMoch (C) 



3378 
3263-116 



T [8^7731 

8295 
M. H. Bha>w -Stew- 
art ^C^ 



1882 



(U 



9m 

- ^, ^ -B , 9448 

G«ii.arG. Willb. fC>< 
Hoo. Erelj-n Ashley 
fLUl 90IK) 



W. O^ CIpugh tL) 

.Willb.fC>9m>-3l3 




iSwsao 

R, W. HanbuTT (Q 807O 
W. K M, Tosiiiii' 

eoQ (C> 77IM 

C.J.Weld-Blundell 

(L) 6188-1588 



Dr, M, A. MacDon- 

nell (N> 3361 

CoL R. G. Cosby (C) 513-2718 



7wr 

E.Crean<Ni 
B. Staples (C) 



3666 
523-3113 



( 

I 



i535 
F. Edwards fLj 1973 

J. A. Bradney {O 1740-233 



8438 
G. W. Palmer «LJ SWO 
C. T. Murdoch (C) 370(K2B» 



•if^KrASife 



W92 
M. H. ShaW'SteW' 



kXxs^iEsieci^^ 



V «l. O. OLkJ 




LlBKRAl^ ir^A.K ^OOTit, 



\W^, 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



327 



1805 

PORTSMOUTH 

94,007 

Sir J. Baker (L) 10,i51 

W. O. Clougli (L) 10.256 

A.C. Harmsworth 
(C) 9,7l7-n588 

Hon. Evelyn Ash- 
ley (LU) 9,587 

Mr. Claugh resigned. 

May 3, 1900 (26,006):- 

T. A. Bramsdon 
(L) 10,287 

J. H. A. Majendie 
(C) . 9,706-679 

PRB8TON 

16,395 
R. W. Hanbury (C) 8928 
W. E. M. Tomlin- 

8on <C) 7622 

J. Tattersall (Lab) 4781-2841 



QUBBN'S COUNTY, IiBI 

6128 
Dp. M. a. MacDonneU (N) 
Unop. 



QUBBN'S COUNTY, OSS 

5401 
E. CreanJN) 2966 

CJoL W. H. Po6 (C) 630-2356 
W. A. Maodomdd 
(P) 383 



RADNORSHOKB 
4838 

P. C. J. MlUbank (C) 1949 
F. Edwards (L) 187(^79 



RBADINO 

9104 
C. T. Mnrdoch (C) 4278 
G. W. Palmer (L) 3027-351 
Mr. Murdoch died. 
July25. 1898 (9573):- 
G. wTPahnepiD 4600 
C. E. Eeyser {C) 3906-094 
H. <^elch (Soc) 270 



RBNFRBWSHIRS, B. 

10,811 
3f. H. Shaw-Stewart (C) 
unop. 



1900 



26,606 
J. H. A. Majendie 

(9 10,818 

R. J. Lncas (C) 10,383 
Sir J. Baker (L) 10,214-169 
T. A. Bramsdon (L) 10,031 



16,867 
R. W. Hanbury (C) 8944 
W. B. M. Tomlin- 

son (C) 8067 

J. Keir Hardie 

Mr. H€mbury died^ 
May 14, 1903 (17,973):— 
J. Kerr (C) 8839 

J. Hodge (Lab) 6490-2149 



6231 
Dr. M. A. MacDonnell (N) 
Unop. 



ORY 

6521 
W. Delany (N) 



Unop. 



5219 
F. Edwards (L) 2062 
C. L. D. V. Llewelyn 
(C) 1916-166 



10,152 
O. W. Palmer (L) 4502 
C. E. Keyser (C) 4353-239 
Mr. Palmer resigned. 
Aiur. 6. 1904(11451) :— 
Ruras Isaacs, K.C. 

(L> 4770 

C. B. Keyser (C) 4540-230 



12,464 
M. H. Shaw-Stevroct i^ 

Uwop, 



1906 



T. A. Bramsdon 

(L) 10,500 

Sir J. Baker (L) 10,236 
W. Sanders (LRC) 8172-2064 
MaiJS.Hmil8(C) 7970 
A. WWtelaw (C) 7752 
F. T. Jane a) 18S9 



18,626 
J. T. Maopherson 

(LRC) 10.181 

Harold Cox (L) 85^ 
J. Kerr (C) 7303-1235 

Sir W. E. M. Tom- 

linson, Bt. (C) 6856 



4867 
P. A. Meechan (N) 



4824 
W. Delany (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



6466 

F. Edwards (L) 2187 

C.L.D.Vajewelyn 
(C) 2013-174 



11,041 
Rufus Isaacs, K.C. 

(L) 5407 

O.H. Johnstone (C) 471(^-007 



16,797 



\ 



^iJtBSRAL TRAR BOOK, \W^. 



• *"^*. 



328 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

RBMFRSWBHIRB, 

7748 
SI r A. Campbell, Bt. 

(C^ 3618 

H&rry Smith <L> 

RHom>DA— «€e 6lXmoroan8 

RlCHMONl>— flee YORKSHIRK. 
RlPON— S«e TORKBHIRH. 

ROCHDAIiS 176.131] 
L0.8Cfi 
T. B. Pdtler (L^ 6552 
Elli ott Leo s (C \ 44 17-1 135 



ROGHSSTRft [30.deciJ 

Col. F. C. Hughes- 
HallettiC) im 

J. P&asmom FA- 
wardB (LI 1396-241 



BoMirt)RD— aee £bbex. 

ROSCOMMON , NORTH 

8682 
J, J, O'Kelly (N^ 4tSf>t 
P. Mutlaiiy IN) 1438-^32B 
Cot C, RobertiRon 
(C| 3«6 

ROSCOMMON, SOUTH 

9351 
A. ComminB (N) (5033 
W, J. Talbot (C) 



1888 

ST m,im] 

7746 
Sii' A. Campbell, BL 



Dunn *L> 

HIRE, 



Hoa&see Herkpordhhirk. 

ROSS AND OROMART7 

9978 
Dr. R. Macdoiiald 

{Crofter) 4»12 

R. C. Munro Fer- 

gumn (h) 2635-2017 

RossBNDAtK— «<fe Lanoashi 

ROTHERHAJd— Stffi yORKSHlR 
ROTHERHTTHR— see SOUTIIW 



ROXBUROHSHIRE [31,702] 
61S<I 
Hon.ArLhurEllioL 

iU 3Htf 

a B. BaJfour {€} M(54^]465 






W^^ 



2881-d9S 



10,808 
T. B. Potter \U 4738 
J, A.R. MarriottlC^ ai8l-l257 



33CH 
Col. F. C. Huffhes- 

Haiiett (C> ym 

F, F. Bolsev (L) 1333^^249 

QqL Hugheii - Hallett re- 
signed. 

April Ui 18S9 (3350) ;— 

Hon. E. Knabchbull^ 
HugeAsen ih) 1665 

H. D. DavioB {€} Itm-l^ 



(4S,S30] 

868^ 
J. J. O'Kellr {Si 



f51,328] 

S351 
A. Comniliia (N) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



[6S.{tQ8] 

S»T8 * 
Dr. R, Macdoiiald 

ID 4263 

J. P. Grant (LU) 1197-3066 



RE^. 

R. 

ARK. 



1892 

8192 
C. B. Renshaw <C) 
R. Wallace {U 



3773 
3323^1 



11,ae4 
T. B, Potter {U 
l\M. RoydH(C> 



5460 
1180-Sefl 



4211 
H, D. Da%-les (C) 2119 
F. Maddison {L) 1712-407 
Mr. Bameji unseated mi 

petition. 
Feb. 8, 1893 (4374h— 
Vlsct. Cratjbome <C) 

Unop. 



M. Bodkin <N) 
J. J. O'Kelly {P) 



32.11 
3199-52 



9117 
L. P. HaydenCP) asifi 
A. Commlns (N) 2244-1S7I 



NT. McLean (LU) 



3171 
2413-758 



6180 6015 

Hon. Artliur Elliot , Hon. M, V: Naiiiier 

ihV) 2570 I (L» 2fi72 

Hon. M: F. Naptcr Hon. Arthur KUiot 



\ 




LIBBSRAI- ^TRATt BOOVL, 



POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



329 



1895 
RBMFRBV^SHIRB, Iff. 

C. B. Renshaw (C) 9000 
Capt. D. V. Pirie(L) 3306-003 



ROOHDAUB 

11,782 
Ck>L C. M. Royds (C) 4781 
W. L. Bright (L) 4360-422 
G. Barnes (ILP) 1251 

ROCHBSTBR 

4378 
Viact. Cranbome 

(C) 2152 

" lGrenfeU(L) 167a-47e 



Ce<^( 



ROSCOMMON, NORTH 

9379 
J. J.O*KeUv(P) 3411 
T. Condon (N) 



ROSCOMMON, SOUTH 

9407 
Ii.P. Hayden(P) 3306 
John DlllonJN) 2444-954 
Mr, L. P. Hayden died, 
July 15, 1807 (Seil):— 
J. P. Hayden (P) 

Unop. 



ROSS AND CROMARTT 

8256 
J. G. Weip (L) 3272 

Maj. R. Jackson 
(LU) 2409-863 



ROXBURGH8HIRB 

5668 
Earl of Dalkeith (C) 2929 
Hon. M. F. Napier 
(L) 



1900 

9661 
C. B. Renshaw (C) 
Sir T. Glen-Coats, 
Bt(L) 



4053-270 



12 968 
CoL C. M. Royds (C) 6204 
A. G. C. Harvey (L) 6186-19 
C. A. Clarke <Soc) 901 



Visct. Cranbome (C) 

Uhop, 
Visct. Cranbome succeeded 
to peerage a« Lord Salis- 
bury, 
Sept. %, 1903 (5206):- 
C.Taff(C) 2604 

Sir H. Johnston (L) 1963-621 



J. J. O'KeUy (N) 



8960 
J. P. Hayden (N) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



7909 
J. G. Weir (L) 3654 
J. W. Fleteher (LU) 1661-1903 



Earl of Dalkeith (C) 
SirJ.Jardine(L) 



1906 

12.079 
Sir T. Glen-Coats, 

Bt-^L) 
J. C. Cuninghame 

(C) 



6858 
449(^1368 



13,831 
A. G. C. Harvey (L) 6912 
Col. C. M. Royds (C) 4449-1463 
S. G. Hobson (Soc) 2506 



6763 
E. H. Lamb (L) 
C.Tiiff(C) 



2967 
2374-503 



8627 
J. J. O'Kelly (N) 



8811 
J. P. Hayden (N) 



8101 
J. G. Weir (L) 
J. Crabb Watt, 



Unop, 



Unop, 



K.C. (C) 



1771-2112 



Sir John Jardine(L) 2829 
Sir R Waldie 
Griffith, Bt. (C) 2514-316 



I^IBBRAIi '^TBAK BOOK, \Wa. 



330 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

G. H. Finch (C) 



1885 

RIITEULHD[19.7€el 
4lfi« • 
G. H, Finch <C) 23m 

(L) 1110-1250 

RTB—^ee Sussex. 

SArmoN Walden— see Essr x. 

St. Albans— we Hebtfords hirk, 

ST. AMDRBWa DI8TRI CT [l^^m 

3837 \ 

Sir E. Anstruther, Bt. I 

(L) 1256 

& Williamaon {h) 1:^56 

A tie—seeU aitmrded to 

Sir It Anstruiher, Bt., 

9t. Auousttne's— see Kknt. 
9t* ALfSTELXi-^fee CoR.'CW all. 



Unop. 



2S37 

H. T. Arii^tnither 

(LU) 1132 

Sir T. BraAsey {M 716-416 



9T. OSOROfi'S. MAHOIT 

10,500 
Lord A. Perer {C\ 5256 
Sic W. G, F. Philli- 
more, Bi. {U 2503-2753 



9t. Georoe'S-in-the-Ea8T— 



ST* HBIiBN'B (LAHCBO \mjm\ 



BR SQUARE [76,TM] 

Lord A. Percy <C) Unop. 
Lard A, Percy reMgned. 
Feb. a, 1887 (ll,Ojm :— 
G. J. Goftch&n (LU^ 5702 
J. H&yMnmn (L> 1545-4157 

see Towfis Hamlets. 



H.Setoii-K&iT(C) 3750 
Col, D. Gamble (L> dtmst 

St. Ives— see Cornwalu 

8T. PAHGRAS, BAST [60, 
5tii3 

T. E. Gibb {h} nm 

R. G. Webster (C) 21T0-2iS 



ST. PAJIGRAB, NORTH 

5447 
T, H. Bolton iL) 2380 
Hon. C. Cochrane- 
Baillie (C) 1&15-405 



BT. PANGRAB, SOUTH 

5370 
Sir Julin.n Gold- 

amid. Bt 1L) 2225 
J. B. Maple (C^ 2008-222 



H, Setion-KaiT (C^ 
A. Sinclair (L) 



276] 

R. G. Webster (C) 
T. K Gibb <L) 



3621 
340i-2l7 



2327 
1826-501 



1^2 

4206 

G. H- Finch {Q 



Unttp. 



2537 
H. T. AnBtruther 

(LUf 1006 

J. M. White (L) 964-113 



10.307 
Q. J. Goscben (LU) 



Unop. 



^ 



[aej75] 

5447 

Hon. C. Coebrano- 

Baillie (CJ 2074 

T. H. Bolton fL> 1813-261 
Mr, Cochrane-Baillie mt^ 
ceederf tft peerage cw Lord 

March i, 1890 (6332) :- 
T. H. Bolton (LJ 2657 
H. a. Graham (O 2549-108 
J. Leighton (I) 29 

16*^495] 

5370 
Sir Julian Gold- 

fimid, BL QaV) 1015 
E. J. Beale (L) 887-1018 



9370 
BL S«ton-Karr (C^ 4?fi8 
W. R, Kennedy, Q.C. 



R. G. WebHter (C| 
T. E. GibbiL* 



2621 
2180-441 



B7S4 

T. H. Bolton (L> 2613 

K. R, P. Moon (C) 2fl83^> 

J. Leigbton (I) 35 



6106 
Sir Julian Gold- 
wmid, Bt. ILU) 
E. J, Beale C) 



2470 
3033-437 



I^IBBltAX ITBAJt ^OO^^ Vaftfe. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



381 



1896 

RYJTIiAND 

4285 
G. H. Finch (G) 



Unop. 



ST. ANDRBWS DISTRI 

2679 
H. T. Anstruther 

(liU) 1185 

J. Paton (L) 9e»-196 



ST. OBOROB'S, EUUfOT 

10,170 
G. J. Goschen (LU) 

Unop, 



ST. HBIiBN'S (IiANCS.) 
9060 
H. Seton-Karr (C) 4700 
J.For8ter(L) 4091-000 



ST. PAMCRAS, BAST 

6968 
R. G. Webster (C) 2612 
B. F. C. Costelloe 

Mr, Webster resigned. 
July 12, 1899 (7191):- 
TTWrightson (C) 2610 
B. F. a Costelloe 
(L) 

ST. PANCRAS, NORTH 

7256 
E. R. P. Moon (C) 2834 
H. H. Raphael (L) 2623-211 
J. Leighton a) 29 



ST. PANCRA8, SOUTH 

5542 
Sir Jnlian Gold- 

smid. Bt. (LU) 2433 
G. M. Harris (L) 122»-1210 
Sir JtUian Ooldsmid died. 
Jan. 28, 1896 (5644) :— 



Capt H. M, Jeasel 



O. M. Harris (L) 



ia7S-12SS 



1900 



4207 
G. H. Finch (C) 



Unop. 



CT 

2961 
H. T. Anstruther 

(LU) 1148 

J. Annand (L) 1004^ 

Mr. Anstruther appointed 

a Director of Suez Canal. 
Sept. 17, 1903 (3162):- 
Capt E. C. Smice (L) 1324 
Mai. Anstruther- 

Thomson (C) 1288-36 

BR SQUARB 

9620 
CoL Hon. H. Legge 

(C) 3852 

W. Everitt (L) 1278-2574 



10,763 
H. Seton-Karr (C 5300 
C. A. V. Conybisare 
(L) 3402 ] 



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) 2346-711 



Capt. H. M. Jessel 

(LU) 2273 

N. P. Hamilton (L) 1113-1160 



1906 



4042 
G. H. Finch (C) 2047 
Harold Pearson (L) 1564-483 
Mr, Mnch died. 
June 11, 1907 (4083) :— 
J. Gretton (C) 2213 

W. F. H. Lyon (L) 1362-851 

3247 
Maj. W. Anstruther- 

Gray (LU) 1495 

Capt. E. C. Eliice (L) 1472-23 



9359 
Col. Hon. H. Leggo 

(C) 4264 

M. C. Mallik (L) 2191-2073 
Cd. Legge resigned. 
June 15, 1906 (£050):— 
Hon. A. Lyttelton (LU) 

Unop. 

12.174 
T. Glover (LRC) 6058 
Sir H. Seton-Karr 
(C) 4647-1411 



7961 
H. C. Lea (L) 
Sir T. Wrightson, 
Bt. (C) 



4206 
2327-1881 



8021 
W. H. Dickinson 

(L) 4004 

E. R. P. Moon (C) 2643-1451 



5329 
P. W. Wilson (L) 2109 
Maj. H. M. Jessel 
(LU) 2048-61 



I-IBKRAL ITEA-B. ^OOIS., \W^. 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

ST. FJiNCRASt UncaT [5'§,7G6J 
T103 
H. L. W, Lawdon 

{U 2951 

Capt- W. H* JfttneH 
[t\ n85-m 

St, PATRiCK'ft^ace Dublijw. 
St* Rollox— *fe€ Glasgow, 
Sr, Stmphen's GaEEN— s£c D ubun. 



1886 



U W. IjawBOu (L) -ijH? 
R. Gmham (C> 25l»3-61 



SALFORD, NORTH 

7728 
K, Hardcaetle (C) 3518 
Arthur Arnold <L) 3343-178 



\ 

[es»,75 0] 

7728 
E. HardcaetlB (C} 
Arthur Arnold <L) 



3160-157 



1892 

7754 
H. R. Graham (C> 2y64 
H. L. \V\ Lawson (Lri942-lii 



W. H. Holland (L) 3«8« 
A. A. Bauiuanu {C) SaSB-aJT 



BALFORD, eOUTH lGiS7 5] 
8717 



I 



W. Mather (L) 
T. Gibeon Bowle« 



3761 
3706^55 



SAIiFOBD, WJSST m;SSi\ 
8197 

B. ArmiUjTe (L) 3755 
Sir W, cTworaley, 

Bt. (C) 34S1-274 

Salop, County of— «ec Shr 
SAt^rSBUBT [19,421] 

W. a GreofelUL^ 1144 

C. J, Kennard (C) 1104-40 



SCARBOROUGH [38,IB1] 

SirG. R. Sitwell, Bt. 

(C) 2185 

J. Glover {U 2048-137 

SCOTLANH— «ee LiVEBPOOL. 

BELKIRKSHIRR &iid P 

3250 

SlrC.Tennant, Bt. 
(L) I74(i 

Sir G. Graham- 
Montgomery, Bt. 
(C) 1038-71(8 

eKYKLNOAKS— «e€ KeNT. 

SHEFFIBLD^ ATTERCL 

9751 
Hon. B, Coleridge 

\U 4891 

E. Brodle Hoai'e 

(C) 36^1258 



Sl»7 
Lees Knowlee (C) 
B. Annitage <L) 

OPSHtBS, 



S717 



H. H. Ho worth (C) 3ftl5 
W. Mather [U 3489-128 



3283-110 



2336 
3CH.Hul8e<0 
W.H. GTOnf©U{L) 



910-319 



466H 
J, Rowtit4-eo {U 'i\n 
Sir G, R, Sitwell, Bt. 
(Cl 2020-102 



B3BB£<£;BSBniB [19,009] 
3251) 
W. Thoibmn (LU) 1375 
Sir C, Tenuiuit, Bt, 
(L^ 1325^50 



soao 

Sir H, H. Howorth 

{Q) SKJfi 

A, Forrest (L« 33t»^ 
W. K. Hall (Lab.) 553 



0635 
LecB Kiiovvle« \Q) 
B. Armitage {U 



2709 
E, H. Hulee (C) 
W, K. Brown <L) 



4152 
ai2^ 



1371 
1135-238 



4877 
SirG. R,Slfcwell,Bt 

(C) 22113 

J. Rownfctoe {L) 2122-171 



IFFE [91,705; 



W5l 



/ 



Hon. B. Coleridge 

(L) 436.5 

F. W. Maude (LU) 2958^-1407 



3400 
W. ThorburiHLU) 1803 
Sir T. D. G. Car- 
michacl, Bt, (L) 13«7-238 



II 



11,S13 
Hon. B. Coleridge, 

^X\ a.) 5107 

G. H. Smith (C) 3963-1144 
Mr. Coterid{}c aiux'ted^d to 
ytetrage an Lord Colt- 
ridge. 
iuW 5, 1894 (11.681):- 
\ \V»X.V^ Vivw^^:^ <JOs MSA 



\' 



^.%is^v:sv^^A^> 



^^H^ 



\ 



LIBBRAI- ^K^B. BOOIS., ^W^* 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1007. 



1895 

ST. PJL1ICRA8, 

7206 
H. R. Graham (C) 
Dr. W. J. Collins 



8104 
2273-831 



SAIiFORD, NORTH 

8828 
F.Platt-HigginsiO 3787 
W. H. Holland (L) 3781-6 

SAIiFORD, SOUTH 

9215 
Sir H. H. Howorth 

iQ\ 3384 

A. Forrest (L) 3310-74 



H.Hobart(ILP) 



813 



SJLIiFORD, WBST 

10,430 
Lees Knowles (C) 4354 
V. K. Armitage (L) 4254-100 



SAItlSBURY 

2790 
E. H. Hnlse (C) 1404 
Sir W. R. Brown 

7l) 1187-217 

Mr, Hvlse resigned, 
Jan. 27, 1807 (28»):— 
A. H. AUhusen (C) 1425 
J. M. F. Fuller (L) 1278-147 

SCARBOROUGH 

5284 
J. Ck>mpton Rickett 

(L) 2415 

SlrG.R.SitweU,Bt 

(C) 2301-24 



BBIiKIRKSHIRB and I 

3604 
W. Thorbum (LU) 1563 
Master of Elibank 
(L) 1500.54 



BHRFFIBIiD, ATTBRCI< 

11,915 
Batty Langley (L) 

Unop, 



1900 

7431 
H. R. GrahamJC) 
G. R. Benson (L) 



3220 
1553-1667 



9432 
F. Platt-Higgins (C) 4370 
J. E. lAwton (L) 3497-873 



9109 
J. G. Groves (C) 
A. Mond (L) 



4207 
2960-1227 



12,213 
Lees Knowles (C) 
C. E. MaUet (L) 



W. Palmer (C) 
F. Low (L) 



5503 

4341-1162 



1390 
1160-239 



5730 
J. Compton Rickett 

<L) 2548 

SirG.R. Sitwell,Bt. 

(C) 2441-107 



BBBIiBBSHIRB 

3603 
Sir W. Thorbum 

(LU) 1598 

E. P. Tennant (L) 1387-211 



IFFB 

13,674 
Batty Langley (L) 



Unop, 



1906 



Sir W. J. Collins (L) 3230 
H. R. Graham (C) 2545-685 



9517 
W.RByles (L&Lab)4915 
F. Platt-Higgins (C) 372^1187 



8645 
Hilaire BeUoc JL) 
J. G. Groves (C) 



4290 
3378-852 



13,814 
G. W. Agnew (L) \ 
Sir Lees Knowles 



(C) 



5119-2210 



3396 
E. P. Tennant (L) 
Sir W. Palmer, Bt. 
<C) 



1646 
1605-41 



6250 
W. R. Rea (L) 
C. E. Hunter (C) 



3128 
2619-500 



3830 
Master of EUbank 

(LT 1955 

Sir W. Thorbum 

(LU) 1549-406 



15,484 
Batty Langley(L) 6523 
A. M. Wilson (C) 5736-787 



\ 



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334 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

A.J. MundcUa^Llime 
Lord E. Talbot (Cj 3382-1234 



1886 
inB [73.0881 

A. J.MimdGlla{L) 4'280 
Lord K. Talbot tC) 3338-883 



SHEFFIELD, GBNTRAIi m,WB] 

qc>7^ 9923 

CoL Howard Vin- Col. Howard Vln- 

csenttC) 4633 cent <C| lo22 

R. Plim^ll (L) »4M-114i* J. Hawkins (L) 3326^11^6 
M. L. Hawkoa \\U IJO 

SHEFFIELD, EOGLESA lilt [75,68^1] 

sg«H 8y(H 

E. AshiDcad Bart- E» Ai^hmoad Bart- 

letttC^ 4171 \^tX>{Q\ 3830 

Cyril Dodd (L) a^tJfti-67ii W. Owen (L) a«88-l242 



6HBFFIBL0, HAliLAM [75.217] 
784fi 



tX B. Sttiart- 

Wortley (C^ 37H4 

Sir C, Warron (L) 3156-608 

SKETLAtfD— see ORKNTjeV AN 

Shipley— see YoRKaniBK. 
SHOHBDITOH, HAGOE 

6757 
W. R. Oemer (L) 2736 
E, D. Urlin (C) 125« 1477 

SHOREDITCH, HOXTON 

8169 
J. Btuart (L) 3084 

R. A» GetmainG (C) 204 7-1037 



SHRBWSBURT [28,3931 
4131 
J. WrttHoii {Q *£^n 

C. Waring \U 1512-732 



EHROP SHIRE, MID, or 

864S 
A. H. Bi-Qwti ID 4801 
Col W. Kenyon- 
SJaney {Q) 2571-2^0 



Tme 



C. B. Stiiarb- 

Wortley {C\ 
T, R. Threlfall {U 

p Sfckti-axd. 



RSTON £55,277] 
e73Y 
W. R. Crem&r (L) 
K. Lawrence (LU) 



3561 
2612-989 



20^ 
1677^7 



[62,429] 

S4dy 
J. Stuart (L) 2324 

R- A. Germaine ( C* 2079-245 



4131 
J. Watson (C) 
M. JoncH {h) 



128B^S57 



WELLINGTON [48.652] 

86-181 
A. H. Brown (LU) 

Unop, 



SHROPSHIRE, NORTH, op NBWPORT [52,386} 
10,63B 10,63(1 

R. BickorateLh {L^ 4014 I Col, W. R. Kon- 
Viact. Ne^-rport C) 4333-301 | yoii-Slaney \V\ 4460 

I C.Higg:ins,Q.C4L) 2884-1578 

eHROPSMIRB, SDUThJ or LUDLOW r55,Wa] 

lojiii I io,7:ii 

H. JHHiHil More iU 4«42 11. Jawiiev Mure (LU) 

Sir B. Lclghton, Un 

BL fC} mi^-^M 




1892 

10,400 
A. J, Miindolla ^L) 4838 
H. Bargrave Beane 
(C^ 3681-1277 



iJ728 
CoL Howard Vin- 
cent ICI 4474 
R. Cameron (L) 3618-858 



»747 
E. Ah[i mead Bart- 

lett(C) 4538 

R E. L<3adDr (L) 3606-840 



8.501 
a B. Stuart- 
Wortley (C) 
R. Hammond (L) 



4037 
3414-M3 



W. R. Cromer (L) 2&43 
J. T. Kir bank iC> 1822-fl21 



J. Stuart (L) 3410 

Hon. Claude Hay 

(C^ 2114-1298 

A. K. Donald ^Lab) 19 



42d8 
H. D. Orwno, Q.C. 

<C) 
J. B. Batten IL) 



A. H. Brown {lAJy 
J. H, Sanders ^L) 



11,337 
Col, W. S. Ken- 
yon-Slaney {C) 
W, H. Lfindcr {U 



iy79 



83 ^ 



481 .> 
3530-1286 



R. Jasper Mort» 



fiUEkS 



\ 



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POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



3S5 



18S6 
8MBFFI£Lt}, emOHTS 

A. J. Mundella (L| Umiju. 
Mr. Aliindella died. 
AAijf. 6j 1897 a 1,331) :^ 
F, Maddison ^L) 4'289 
J. F. Hopo (C^ 4105-183 

BMEFFIBLD, CBNTRAL 

9713 
C'oL Howard Yin- 
cent <C) Unop. 



SHBFFIBL.D, ECGLBBA 

Sir E. A^IuQsad 
BftTtlett (C> Unop. 



aHEFFlBLD, HAIiLAM 

9014 
C. B. Stilart- 
Wortley Q.C. ^C) 

Unop. 



1900 

IDB 

11.700 
J. F.Hope (C) 
F. MaddiHon ID 



CoL Sir Howard 
Vincent (C) 



4992 



Um>p. 



11,357 
Sir E. A^hmead 

Bartlett \V\ i^m 

R. F. Yaile (L) ^m\-imB 
Sir E. A, Bartlett died. 
Feb. 3, larjs (12,501) :- 
S. Roberts {C\ 5231 

R. F. Vaile (L) 4119-1112 

lOJOO 
C. B, Stuart- 

Wortley, Q.C'. (C) 

Unop. 



1906. 



12,108 
J. Tudor Walters 

J. F. Hope (C^ 



9142 
Coli Sir Howard 

Vincent (C) 
Stanley Udale (L) 



12,911 
I, S, Roberta (C^ 
R, C. Lambert (L^ 



SHOREDITOH, HJLGOE RSTOH 

6661 I fi78I 

J. IjOwle« (C) 2269 W. R. Cremer (L> 

W. R. Cremer (L^ g?2tM0 J. Ijowlee (C) 



SHORBDI^OH, ROXTON 

mm 

J, Stuart iU 
Hon, Claude Hay 



8MREWSBURV 

43^ 
H. D. Greene. Q.C. (C) 

Unop. 



SHBOPSHIRB, HIH, or 

»249 
A. H, Brown <LU( 



Un^p. 



SHItOPSKlRB, NORTH, 

10,«32 
€'oL W. 9. Konyon- 
Slaney ^C) Unop, 

BHROP8HIRB, SOOTH, 

10.972 
R. Jumper Mort^ (LU) Unop. 



7789 
Hon. Claude Hay 

fC) 
J. Stuart (L) 



1550 
H. D. Greene, Q-C:. 



2290 
•i2BB-24 



28eB 
2595-271 



(CL 



Jnop, 



Mm 

440&-1001 



4217 
3290-927 



5856 
5392-464 



WBLIiIMOTON 

M27 
A. H. Brown tLUt 34S0 



R. Vmty ILI 



2318-1162 



Of NBWPORT 

io,e2jj 

Col- W. S. Kenyon- 
Slancy ^C ) 



Unop, 



12,956 
C- B. Stiiart/- 

Wortloy, K.C. iC) 5546 
A. Gmnt (L) 5165-81 



6403 
W. R. CreDier(L) 2772 
Hon. R. Giiinne88(C) 2371-401 



7754 
Hon. Claude Hay 

(C} 3489 

H. Ward (L) 2753^738 



4709 
Sir C. L. Hill {O 2395 
E. G, Hemnierdo (L) 195.V440 



8881 
C. 8. Henry a.) tsn*? 
H. A. Harmsworth 
{hV) 3114-1692 



10,777 
CoL W. S. Konyon- 

Sk,ney {0} 4S53 

F. Noilson iL) 4677-176 



or Ii0PLOW 

lo.isi 

Mr. More, tfied. 

Dec. 2*2, 190S m:^m.\ ■— 

Rowlaitd Hwi^L {\X\ \Wh 
Fred Horim {\A 'A^'ri^^^ 



H\765 



UtBERAL, YKAH. BOOK., \^l^ 




336 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1B85 

ailIlOt>8Hmi3» WBST« 

10,083 



1886 

di* OaWBE^TIlY [63,985] 

10,083 
a. Leitfhtori \V\ 



Skipton— »« Yorkshire. 

SLKAFOBD— *€€ LlNCOLNSHi KK. 



T867 
P. McDoiial(HNi 5216 
CoLJ.Ff6lUott(C^ 772-4444 



SLIGO, SOUTH [12,806] 
7698 
T. Sexton W M51 

A. Ferc©V4Ll ^C) Ml-4610 



7867 
R McDonald m 

Unop. 
Mr. McDonald died. 
April 2, 1891 (8476) :— 
B. Collerv (Ni m^l 

V. B. Dillon iP) 2193-7*38 



Toes 

T. aexton (N> Unop. 

Mr, Sexton elected to sit for 

West Belfast. 
Feb. 7, 18S7 (S309) ;— 
E. J, Kennedy (N> Unop. 
Mr. Kennedy remgned. 
July 0, 1S88 {8447^ :— 
K. Learnr <N) Uru>p, 



SOMERSET, BRIDGWATER [48,19^2] 

9861 9861 

E. J. t^tanley (C^ 3935 I K J. Stanley (C) 
K B, Trcvman (L) 383&-l€0 



SOMERSET, EAST [17,423] 
9344 
H, Hobhona© (L) 4733 
Sir a A. Hoarc, 
Bt. \0 3280-1452 

SOMERSET, FROMS [o6, 
10,4S8 
L. J- Bilker (L) 4735 
VlRct. Weymouth 
^Cj 3972-763 



9344 
H. HobhouBti (LUi 



C/nop, 



I7»ap. 



/ SOMERSET, HORTH 



(5fl. 



_ /j'j/ /a 4170 



10,198 
Viuct. 'Woymoiith 

(CJ 43l« 

G. B. Samaelson iU 364&-7O0 



1882 

10,774 
S. Le%htoii (CJ 



tJfUfp. 



a Collery l^rv 
O. Wynne (Cj 



43162 
»58^330i 



8055 
T, Curmii (Nj 43U«J 

t^L J. FfoUiott (C^ &48-37a 



10;^J 
K. J. SUnley rC) 4556 
J« Douglas Wftlker, 
Q.C. (L) 3363-lllB 



9906 
H. Hobhouee (LU^ 



1330 



11,031 
J. Kmiuolt Barlow 

(LI J717 

Viacfc* WeymoiiLb 

4C^ im^m 



231) 

10,200 10,1188 

Oapt * E. H.\Aew*5V I T. C*ouHunny War- 

lyti \,V\ k'&l \ \\^x ^\ »i2u 

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337 



I 1895 

8HROP8HIRB, 

9066 
a Leiffhton (C) 
Capt-OwoD 
Thomas (L) 



D8T, 

4006 
3808-1007 



SlilOO, NORTH 

7764 
R Ck)Uery (N) 3274 
H. Harrison (P) 1281-1903 
SirM.Crofton,Bt. 

jO 772 

Mr, CoUery resigned, 
March 7«19i)0(8«»):- 
J. OT)owd (N) Unop, 



8MOO, SOUTH 

7203 
T. Curran (N) 
J. Campbell (C) 



3717 
522-3106 



SOMBRSBT, BRIDOWA 

10,234 
£. J. Stanley (C) 

Unop, 



SOIIRRBBT, BAST 

9288 
H.Hobhon8e(LU)4406 
J. C. Swlnbnme- 
Hanham (L) 3334-1074 

SOKBRSBT, FROMB 

11«6S3 
Visct. Weymouth 

(O 6043 

J. Enmiott Barlow 

(L) 4660-383 

V%8Ct. WeynunUh succeeded 

to peerage as Lord Ba;th, 
June 2, 1806 (11,736):- 
J. Bnmiott Barlow 

(L> 6062 

Lord A. Thy nne (C) 4763-290 



SOMBRSBT, NORTH 

10.208 
M^*. £. H. Llewel- 
lyn (C> #«S2 
T. Ckmrteaay War- 
ner (L) '^ 



1900 

or OS'VBSTRT 

9001 
S. Leighton (C) 

. Unop, 

Mr, Leighton died* 
May 24, 1001 (9098):- 
Hon. G. Ormsby- 

Gore(C) 4618 

Allan H. Bright (L) 3430-1088 
Mr. Ormsby-Oore succeeded 

to peemge as Lord Har- 

July 28, 1904 (10,075):- 
Allan H. Bright (L) 4542 
W. C. Bridgeman (C) 4157-385 



W. McKillop (N) 



Unop. 



7670 
J. O'Dowd (N) 



Unop, 



TBR 

10,437 
£. J. Stanley (C) 



9047 
H. Hobhouse (LU) 



12.317 
J. Bmmott Barlow 

W. k Hume-WU- 
liams, Q.C. (C) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



5006 
4708-358 



10,682. 
Maj. £. H. Ilewel- 

iyn((3 
W. H. Bateman 
Hope (L) 



1906 



10,490 
W.C. Bridgeman (C) 5011 
Allan H. Bright (L) 4608-603 



8350 
P. A. McHugh (N) 



Unop, 



J, O'Dowd (N) 



Unop, 



10,180 
H. O. Montgomery 

(L) 
R. A. Sanders (C) 



4422 
4405-17 



9717 
J. W.H. Thompson 

(L) 4553 

B. G. Falle (LU) 



12,612 
. Enmiott Barlow 



x<¥. 



Foxcro£t(C) 4552-1745 



W. 



12,381 
H. Bateman 



V Ho\iQ CL\ ^» 

\ vc^ 



\ 



LIBKBJLL, -YBAB BOOl^ \WI^. 




THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
BOM EBSIBT, SOOTH m 

4U 1534 

J. K. Wingflcid- 
Digby lO 32eS-12^ 



80M BRSBT, W1:LI«S m, 

C4>1, R, H. Paget (O 4iJftO 
P. Ralli iU 3334-885 



SOMBEtSBT, liTBBT, or 

9537 
8irT,D.Acland,Bt. 

(L) 4299 

C. I, Elton, Q,€, m 37flO-539 



SOUTHAMPTON [120,215] 
2 amis. 12,061 
A. Gilefl id 65«5 

Adra* Sir J. Com- 

mereU {€) 5307 

H. Leo (L) 4366-741 



630] 
Col. Sir R. H. Pftgeb, Bt. (C) 



WBLItlHGTON [i&Am 

&o37 
C. I. Elton, aC- ^C) 1117 
SirT.D.Acland^BL 
ID 322C^g8T 



South AM PTON Counts— se^ 
South Mot^ton— see Devon 
SouTHPORT— aeft Lancabhir 



SOOTH SHIELDS m,m»} 

11,928 
J. C. Stevenson (L) i(m 
W. D. Seymour, 
0.0. \C) 3128-936 



SOUTHITABK, BERMO 

9433. 

Prof. J. E. Thorold 

Rogena {L} 3HH 

A. Lafone (C^ 338B-83 



BOUTHWARK, ROTHE 

/f V a:*if7 
/iL M, Fitiikhur^t 

f^-f 2800^627 




1886 

m] 

931^ 
Viact. Klloourrtie 

{L» 3T39 

H, Mambert-Terry 

[Cj 3512-227 



5023 

1726 

438*-342 

4029 



12,081 
A, Glle« (Ci 
Adra. Sir X Com- 

merell <CJ 
J, H. Cooksey (L> 
J, C^ McCoan (H 
^Siir */. Comtnrerell remfpied. 
Ma_y23. 188«(U.5^6):— 
F- H. Evan» <L) 5151 
A. K. GneBt (C) 



Hampshibk. 

BKIKE. 



11,928 
J, C. Steven&oii (L) 



Unop. 



NDSEY [82,150] 
9433 
A. Lafoiie (O 3356 

Prof. J. K. Ttiorold 
Roffci-H (L^ 29Be-358 



1882 



K. Stmchey ih) 433IJ 
H.M,Iinberl>Tarry 



10.230 
CoL Sir R H. Pagret, 

Bt, (C) 4335 

BenumonL Morice 

iL\ 3385-9W 



9472 

Sir A. F. Acland- 

Hood, Bt. {C) 430P 

W. Latham. Q.C. (L) 3ISt-885 



131,717 
T. Cham1>erlajTie 

iC) 5448 

F. H, Kvang (L) 6188 

C. Burt (Lk 49»^aiB 

A. Gilefl (C| 4734 



13,250 
J. Cr. St4>vcn8ori iU 4»85 
H. H. Wainwright 
(C) 3060-100? 



10,702 

R. V. Barrow {h\ ., _ 

A. Lofoiie (Of 3t3M0 



RHITHB [70,248} 

S455 
Col. C. E. HftmllUiu 

{V) ^m 



J. V. Miicdona {Ci 



LIBKRAI- VBAK BOOK. \W»- 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



339 



1886 
BOMBRSBT. SOUTH 



E. Strachey (L) 
H. G. Turner <C) 



4167 
8827-310 



SOMBRSBT, WBIiliS 

^ 10,771 

Hon. O. H. Jolliffe 

<C) 4606 

Beaumont Morice 

(L) 3286-1410 

Mr, JdUiffe stuxeeded to 

peerage as Lord Hylton. 
Dec7riiW0(ll,0«»:- 
R. E. Dickinson (C) Unop. 



BOMBRSBT. : 
9712 
Sir A. F. Acland- 
Hood, Bt. (C) 



WB8T, or 



Unop, 



C. G. Hyde (L) 



SOUTHAMPTON 

14,725 
T. Chamberlayne 

(C) fiG24 

Sir J. & R Simeon, 

BLOiU) 5380 

Sir F. H. Evans (L) 5181-200 
H. G. Wilson (Lab) 4178 
J. R. Maodonald 

(LLP) 867 

Mr, Chamberlayne tm- 

seated an petition. 
Feb. 22, 1896 (14,919) :- 
Sir F.H. Evans (L) 5557 
G. Candy, Q.C. (C) 5522-35 
C. A. Gibson (Soc.) 273 



SOUTH SHIBIiDS 

14,307 
W.&Rob6on,Q.G. 

(L) 5057 

H.H.Wainwright 

(C) 



SOUTHWJUKK, 

10,935 
A. Laf one (G) 
R. V. Barrow (L) 



SOUTHWARK, ROTHBRHITHB 

J. C. Maodona (C) 4002 _ _ 

A.Pameroy(Lf 2S!I6-1«46 / T. H. Davies 



4182 



1900 



E. Strachey (L) 
W.J.PeakeMason 
(C) 



4349 
3871-678 



11,137 
R. K Dickinson (C) 



Unop. 



WBIiIiINOTON 

9787 
Sir A F. Adand- 
Hood, Bt (0) Unop, 



16,505 
T. Chamberlayne 
(C) 6888 

Sir J. S. B. Simeon, 

Bt (LU) 6253 

Sir F. H. Evans (L) 5575-678 



4662 



W.S.Rob8on,Q.C. 

(L) 7417 

T. Readhead (C) 4119-3296 



11,211 




H.J.C. Cnst(C) 


4017 


J. W. Benn (L) 


3717-300 



0559 



J.C.Macdona(0 »)» 

• oj) — 



1906 

9778 
SirE.Strachey,Bt 

(L) 5164 

B. Portanan (C) 3247-1917 



11,725 
T. B. SUcock (L) 5146 
R. E. Dickinson (C) 4761-385 



9960 
Sir A F. Acland- 

Hood, Bt (C) 4558 

C. H. Dudley Ward 

(L) 4286-272 



17,618 
Col. Ivor Phiflpps 

(L) 7082 

W. Dudley Ward (L) 6255 
T.Chamberlayne C) 5754-501 
J. Aird (C) 5635 

H. Quelch (Soc) 2146 



18,106 
Sir W. S. Robeon, 

K.C. (L) 9717 

ARChamberlayne 

(LU) 



10,619 
Dr. G. J. Cooper (L) 4775 
H. J. C. Cust (C) 3016-1759 



8700 



XJBBRAX« YBVAR B001L« \M^. 



Bm 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



WEST 



aOUTHW^ARK, 

T776 

A. C^hen. Q.C. HA 2851 
A, Beddall {€} 2611-240 



SowBRBir— .sec Yorkshire. \ 
Spaldino — see LiNcoLNaniR k. 
Spen Valley— see YoRKSfn'itE. 



STAFPORB [2tl,8B5] 

C. B. B. Mcl^vreii {U 1632 
T. Salt m US5-4i 

STAFFORBBHIRE, BOR 

SirM. A. Ba8s.Bt. 

tU 53ftS 

G* H. Hardy (P) 2.543-2852 



1886 

ie2,*i87) 

7776 
A. Cohen. QXl iU 2508 
A. Bedditll {€} 2153-113 

Afr. Cohen re&lutted, 
Feb, 17, 1888 {Wm :— 
R. K, Caufltow (U 3H3S 
A. BeddaU (C) W4i-1194 



STAFFORDSHIRS, HAN 



H. R, Gnihani (C) 4107-i 



2H30 



KIH 



STAFFORDSHIRB, 

12,272 
A. ataveloy Hill, 

au. (O 5161 

G, K, Harrison (L^ l530-fi31 



STAFFORD SHIHR, IJSE 

10,^4 

(Lt 4225 

H. T. Diivein>ort iC) 40fi3-ie'> 

STAFFORDSHIRE^ LIC 

8842 
Sir J. Swinburne, 

Bt. (L) 412« 

T. Moiley <r> 3013-1113 



33ft4 
T. Salt (C^ LiSS 

O. B. B. MoLaren (L) 1435-98 

gPOH [61,787] 

9163 
Sir M. A. Baas. Bt.. (L> 

UTWp. 

Sii' M. A. Bass raised to 
peerage as Lard Burton. 
Atig. 20, 1886 (9463) :— 
S. Everflhed (LI 47B2 
G* H. Hard}- \V\ 2319-2473 

DSWOR'TO ri26;2tMl 

l4,il8S 
H. WigKin (LUJ 

Unop. 



05WIRF0RB [52,402J 

12 27^ 
A. Stovelej ffiU, Q.C. (C) 

Unop. 



STAFFORDSHTRB, NOR 

13,>23 
G, G. Levesori- 

Qower iU 5767 

Capt>. J. H, E, 
Henthcote iC) iim-\m 



K [61.8d9] 

10,331 
H. T. DaTonport {V) 4324 
C. CixJinpt-ori. Q.t\ 

(L) 3flfS-6flfi 

HFIRLD mjW] 
8S42 
Sir X Swinburne, 

Bt. iU 3398 

VlRct. Anson <LU) 2763-633 



TH.W13ST mmw 

l3.1>22 
Capt. J. H. K. 

Heft til eoto {Ci 5252 
G.G.LevewoTk' 



1892 



S04S 
R. K. Causton (L) 3fi34 
E. Bond (C^ 229&-1239 



C. E. Shaw (L^ 

D. Straight (C) 



10,07« 
S. Everahed {U 



lflS4 
1322-: 



Unorp. 



Sir H. Meyeor' 

Thomp^wn, Rt. 

(LUI 7370 

H. G. Reid (L) 643^-1987 



11,757 
A. Staveley Hill, 

Q.C. (C) 
T. Parker (L) 



5371 
380O-1571 



10,961 
C. Bill \V) 4576 

J. Q. NieholKon (L) 4213-3i» 



8768 

Maj. L. Darwin (LU) 357«l { 
Sir J- Swinburne. BL 

<L) 35?. 

On a recount the majorii\ 

wa>t 11. 



14,011 
r. Hoath (C'J 5638 

J. K. H. ^!hoobHd^ 
iU 64(16-232 



LJRB5RA.I- ^^*A^ BCiO¥L 




POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



341 



1895 

BOUTHWARK, WB8T 

8118 
R. K. Causton (L) 2968 
F. W. Homer (C) 2870-119 



STAFFORD 

3361 
C £. Shaw (L) 
T. Salt (C) 



1568 
ld£i&-12 



STAFFORDSHIRE, BUR 

10,440 
S. Evershed (L) 



STAFFORDSHIRB, HAN 

17,856 
Sir H. Meysey-Thompson, 
Bt. (LU) Unop, 



STAFFORDSHIRB, KIN 

11,957 
A. Staveley HIU, Q.C. (C) 
Unop. 



STAFFORDSHIRB, IiBB 

11,182 
C. Bill (C) 4706 

R. Pearce (L) 4091-614 



STAFFORDSHIRB, IiIC 

9123 
H. C. Fulf ord (L) 3902 
Maj. L. Darwin (LU) 3858-44 
Mr, Fulf ord unseated, 
Feb. 26, 1896 (9348) :- 
T. Courtenay T. 

Warner (L) 4483 

Maj. Darwin (LU) 3955-528 

STAFFORDSHIRB, NOR 

14,657 
J. Heath (C) 6206 

L. K. H. Shoobridge 
(L) 



1900 



7945 



R. K. Causton (L) 
SirA. J. Newton, JBt 
(LU) 



276^-130 



C. E. Shaw (L) 
G. Cawston (C) 

TON 



1633 
1528-105 



Maj.R.F.Ratcliff 
(LU) 5602 

J. E. Johnson- 
Fersruson (L) 3421-2171 



DSWORTH 

21,023 
Sir H Meysey-Thompson, 
Bt. (LU) Unop, 



OSWINFORD 

12,365 
CoL W. G. Webb (C) 

Unop. 
Col, Webb died, 
July 4, 1905 (13,301) :- 
H Staveley Bm(C) 5490 
Maj. E. Marten 
Dunne (L) 4887-603 

K 

11,006 
C. Bill (C) 4800 

R. Pearce (L) 4041-750 



HFIBIiD 

9606 
T. Courtenay T. 

Warner (L) 4300 

W B Harrison (LU)»t85-815 



TH-WBST 

14,626 
J. Heath (C) 
J. Lovatt (L) 



6205 
4504-1611 



1906 

7066 
R. K. Causton (L) 3057 
A. C. Salter, K.C. (C)2502-465 



3885 
O. E. Shaw (L) 1947 

S.R.C.Bosanquet(C)1636-311 



11,466 

Maj. R. F. Ratcliff 
(LU) 5613 

Capt F. Fletcher- 
Vane (L) 4572-1041 



26,243 
B. C. Meysey- 
Thompson (LU) 13,407 
H. S. Leon (L) 8636-4771 



1^912 
yHil 



H. Staveley Hill (C) 6311 
Capt. Hon. F. Guest 
(L.) 5470-841 



R. Pearce (L) 
C. BiU (C) 



5749 
4275-1474 



10,123 
T. Courtenay T. 

Warner (L) 5421 

Hon. R. V. 

Grosvenor (LU) 2991-2430 



15,404 
A. Billson (L) 7667 

Sir J. Heath, Bt. 
^(C) 5557-2110 

Sir A.Bm%wv.diV«A.. 



tlBKBAX YRAR BOOK., \WSfe. 



s^ 



THE HOUSE OP COMMONS 



I 



T886 
R Mrmckion (C^ 4109-714 



BTmiiYllBIl>OB [40,557] 
fi424 
T. H. Sidebottoui 
_JC> 3189 

W. Summers {L) '£m-2W 



BrtPsmv—see Towitn Hamlktb. 



1886 

T [30,449] 

10,638 
Hamar A. Ba» (LU> 



6124 
T. H. Sidebottom 



Unop. 



r- 



W. Probyn (U 



BTIRLINO DiSTmiCT [44/^3(>) 
5228 
H. CampbeU-Bamiernmn 
iU Unop 



BTIRKilMOSHIRB [UJ6,637| 
r4486 
J. C. Bolton iU 6454 
M. K aiiBW- 
Stewart (C> S03S-2S16 



STOCKPORT m.^l^l 
2 »eat-n. 9600 

L. J. Jennings {€) 1835 

W, Tipping To 4488 

J, heish (LI 448S-12 
C. H, Hopwood, 

Q.C. <L> 1132 



STOCKTON - ON - TB^B 

Slffl 
J. DoddH <LJ 4237 

T. WriglitJ^on (C^ 313a-lltH 



BTOKB - OPON - THKHT 

0213 
W.Ll Bright (L) 470f> 
H. Corser (Cj 28O(HB0O 



5228 

Bannerman (L) 2440 
John Pendar (LU) 1471-969 



l2Am 
J. €. Bolton iU 
K. NoeliLUl 



9fifi0 
I*. J, Jennings (O 
S. Qedge {C> 



3067 
4380-707 






J. Leigh \L} 

Sir H. Dftvey, Q.C. 



470@ 
4495 
41S4-311 



1892 

10,3815 
HanmrA. Bais 

(LU> 5327 

J. Kempster (L) S899-23I8 



T. H. Sldebottom 

J. M, Wright (L) 



•SkSfiO 
H. Campbell - 

Bannerman (L) 2791 
W. HuKhcsfi (LtJ) lfl«5-10( 



13,112 
W. Jacks (LI 
K. Noel ILU) 
R. C. Robertson 
(Labi 



4530-711 



10.S77 

_ei«h <L) saoe 

L. J. Jenning>3 (C) 1086 
J Maj, Sharp Hnme 
^ (L) 4876-110 

Hon. P. Bowe»-L> on 

jC) 4«81 

Mr. Jenning,R died. 
Feb, ifi, l«a3 (10,§04) :- 
G. WhitelQYAO fiflM 
Maj: Sharp Hume 
(Lii 47^(M6fi 



[71,8151 

8761 
J. Dcxldfl (L> 3822 

T. Wright-^on ^C) 2820-lfl(K2 
Mr. DofiiiA reaigned. 
Deo. 2L 1838 (9004t r— 
Sir H. DaFoy, aC- 

(I^ 3888 

T. Wrigbtaon {€) 34»4'3Bfi 

9213 
W. Lu Bright {h) 3255 
H. Corser <C> 3093-1168 

Mr. Bright resigned. 
March 14, 1890 {9$i9) :— 
G, Q, Leveson- 

S. AaetiaL\3> TSRft-V3a\ 



SrOWMARKET^se^ StTFKOLK 



W.I 



10,422 
T. Wrightflon (C\ 
SlrH. Dftvof. Q.C. 
(Ll 



id,3ar» 

G. Q. Loveson* 

Oower <L) 
S. Walera (C> 



1788 
4477Slfl 



SMA-ITgS 



\ 



L 



LIBBRAX. YBAa 1BOOTS., 



\sa«ft. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907, 



B43 



1895 

STAFFORDSKIBB, WBS 

10,612 
Haiiiar A. Bm» {LU) 

Unop* 
Mr. Basfi died. 
May 10, ISaa a0v58D) :— 
A. Heitdertjon (LUJ 479(5 
W. Adams (L) 9ee8-«03 

STALITBRIDIIB 

6d80 
T. H. aidebottoin 

(C> 3380 

J. M, Wdgrht (L) 2757-632 



Sf IRIilHG OISTBICT 

6007 
Sir H. Campbell- 

Banneraian ^L) 2783 
8. C. Macaakie (C) 16S6-1127 

S^IRLINaSHIRB 

14.32P 
J. McKlUop (C) 5916 
W.jRCkrttt.) 5*8^27 



STOCKPORT 

11,062 

Q. WTiibelev^q MIO 

B. V. Meh^lle (C^ 5067 

Sir J. Leish (L) 483»-lM 

J. Hoskill (Lt 1^62 



STOCKTON > ON < TRB8 

10,256 
J. Samuel (L) 47S6 

T. WrightwoQ (C) 431J-472 



STOKID - UPON -TRRMT 

IL107 
D. H- Cc3Bhill (LUI 4386 
Q, Q. Levceon- 
Gowor MJi 41B6-20(» 



1900 

r 

10,744 
A« Henderson (LUf 



Unop, 



74«1 
M.VtTiito Ridley in 3321 
J. R Cheetiiftin |L) 324I-8l"> 
Mr. White Ridleif succeeded 
to peerage as Lor^ Uidlty. 
Jan. 7. Ifl05 (7801):— 
J. F. Cheethain tL) 4029 
X T- Travis Clegg 
(C) 3078-861 



Sir H. C34mpb«ll- 

Bantiennan (L) 2715 
Col, O. T. Duke (LUJ a08.'>'«30 



16,17» 
J. McKillop (C) 
Sir G. 9. Rob&rtsou 



12,386 

Sir J. Leigh (L) m&^ 

B. V. MeMle (C) 5377 

G, Green (L) 5200-177 

Dr. A. P. miller (C) 6098 



11 308 
Col. R RopnoV <C-) 3262 
J. 8amuel (L) I873^38& 



13,074 
D. H. CoghiM <C) 
G. Baring iU 



4032 
4732-aOO 



1906 



11,584 
H. D. McLai-en (L) 
Bit A. Henderson, 
Bt. (LUJ 



5586 
4706^78 



76^1 
J, R Cheetham <L) 3836 
J, T. TrftviH-ClejTg 
(C) 3382-454 



7464 
Sir H» Canipljell- 
Bannemmn (L^ 



Unop. 



18 B^ 
D- M. Smeafcon (L) 9475 
Marq. of Grabam 
(C^ 5006-3660 



12;645 
Q, J. Wardle (LRC> 7298 
J. Duckworth (L) 6544 
H. B&mt^ton (C> 4501-1053 
Hon, H. O'Neill {O) 4064 



12,531 
Col. Sir R, Ropner, 

Bt.jCJ 5830 

8, F. Mendl (LI 3875^1655 J 
F, H. Ro«o (LRa 2710 



14,001 
J:Ward(L&La 
D. H. CoghiU (C 



\ 



LIBMRAXt VBAIi "BOOTS., \^^* 




844 



TBE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



WmJLmU [53.297] 

W. H. Smith (C» 5645 

K. G. John*K)n iU 2m-3lSO 



W, H. Smith {€} &im 

tt Stdnmr iU l»«-3Sa6 

^r. Smith died, 

I W. F. D. Smith (C| 4958 

I Dr. Giitteridge(U l&46-300e 

Stratford - on - Avon — see I Warwickshire. 

STKICTFORD — fff« Lancashih ku 

Stroud— Hce Oi^ouoEfiTsRsn irk. 

SuDEURV"Sce Suffolk. 



ftPFrOIiK, NORTH, op 

10.966 
SirSavileCroasloy, 

BL JL) mi 

Col. H, C. Bftgot- 

Cho^stBr tC^ 3743-581 

aUFPOI-K, NORTH-BA8 

10,993 
F. 8. Stevenson (L) 5356 
B. B. H. RoilweD, 
Q.C. m 33e(Hfl98 



StlFFOLK, HORTH-W^BT, Ol* STOWMARKBT 



IiOWRSTOFT [8&,S71] 

Sir So vile Crofisley, 
Bt- (LU) t/nojj. 



T, dP fiTB [51,401] 

10.993 
F. S. Stevenrton (L> 4544 
J. a Roade <LU) 293a^l«0e 



lO.-'^St 

F, T. Cobbold |L| 4«06 
air T, Thornhill, 
Bt (C| 3175-1131 



8OFF0£iK« eaUTH, or 

10.523 
Ciithben Quilter 

(L) 4013 

T, W. Foley (C> 3161-1452 

SUFFOLK, SOUTH-SAB 

12,123 
R. L. Everett iU 4978 
Lord Rendloaham 
(CI lSlO-168 

BUNDERIJ^lin [158pB771 

2 «^^/,^. 18,078 

S. Storey <LJ 8385 

E. T. Gourley (L) 7758 

S. K Austin (C) 67(t3-105ft 



BURRET, KIHOSTOH [10 

11,102 
SlrJ.W.EUkBt. 

m 1915 

C. D. Hodgson (Ll 321)6-1709 

ftVRRBir, MID, OP BPSO 

9000 
a Cubitt (C) 4021 

IL Harrif} )L 2368-2233 



10,587 

E. Groetio (C) 3906 

E. N, Bwxton (L) 3363-543 
Mr. Grf^rne died. 
M«¥ 5» 1891 ait375h- 

a X Stem (L) mKt 

E. W. 6reen€) (C) 4132^214 

BUDBORT {SHAiBl 

Cuthbert Quilter <LtJV 

tfnop. 



T, or ^FOOOBItlDOB [573 

12,126 
€oL R. H. Lloyd- 

Anfttruthor (6} 4854 
R. L. Everett (LJ 4541-313 



[M.884] 

11.045 
S. J. Stom (L) 
Vtsct. Chelsea (O 




18,078 
S. Storey (L) 
E.T. Gourley(LJ 
W. Stobart \LV} 



6971 
6840 
e027-S13 



3,031J 

11402 
Sir J. W. mils. Bt. 



M [00.790] 

9009 
G. Ciibltt (O^ 



- (G] 



Unap, 



Unop. 



1892 

11,011 

Hon. W. F, B, Smith 
<C> 



11.827 
H. 8, Fiwber (C> 
J. Judd (L) 



10.321 
F. a. StBvenwn (L) 4701 
Hon. L. R, Holland 
(0» 3431-12^ 



4030 
4486-141 



10,638 
Cuthbert Quilter 

(LU) 
A, G. O^vle (L) 

08] 

R* L. Everett (L) 

Cot R. H. Lloyd- 

An«tnJther (C) 



22,282 
S. Storey (L) 
E. T. Gourley (L) 
Hon. F* W. Laiob- 

ton (LU) 
J, S. G. Pemberton 

iQ 

12,825 
Sir R. Temple, BU 

(Q 
C* B* Hodgson (L) 



10,354 
T.T.Bucknm.Q.C. 

(C) 
Hon:T.A.l 



stn 



5223 
4485-7311 



9711 
»554 



83M-11«> 



Sim 

4357-743 



\ 



LIBERAL ^rEA» liOO¥^ \W!fe* 




POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



346 



1895 

8TRAMD 

10,896 
Hon. W. F. D. Smith 
(C) Unop. 



SUFFOIiK, NORTH, or 

12,153 
H. S. Foster (C) 5190 
A. Sington (L) 3820-1379 



SUFFOIiK, NORTH-BAB 

10,339 
F. S. Stevenson (L) 4437 
F. J. W. Isaacson 
(O d60a-834 



8UFFOI<K, NORTH 

10,942 

Ian Malcolm (C) 5144 
H. de R. Walker 
(L) 3701-1443 



SUFFOIIK, SOUTH, or 

10,644 
Cnthbert Quilter (LU) 

Jjnop, 



SUFFOIiK, SOUTH-BAS 

12,053 
Capt K G. ftety- 

man (C) 5410 

R. L. Everett (L) 4778-€32 

SUNDBRIiAND 

22,406 
W.T. Doxford(C) 9633 
Sir E. T. Oonrley (L) 8232 
S. Storey <L) 8185-47 



8URRBT, KINGSTON 

13,631 
T. Skewes-Cox (C) 5745 
C.Burt(L) 3800-2145 



8URRBT, MID, or BPSO 

10.960 
T.T.Bucknlil,Q.C. (C) 

unop, 
Mr, BuckwUl wade a 

Judge, 
Jan. 2^ 1899 (12.233) :— 
W. KoBwick (C) Unop, 



1900 



9691 
Hon. W. F.D.Smith 
(C) 



Unop. 



12,678 
Col. F. A. Lucas (C) 5077 
A. Adams (L) 3348-1729 



T, OF BTB 

10,162 
F. S. Stevenson (L) 4664 
H. D. Harben (C) 2947-1717 



ST, or STOWMARKBT 

10^651 
Ian Malcolm (C) 4431 
J. C. Horobin (L) 3068-1363 



SUDBURT 

10,234 
Sir Cuthbert Quilter, Bt. 
(LU) Ufuyp. 



T, or WOODBRIDOB 

12.077 
Capt. E. G. ftety- 

man (C) 5089 

F. T. Cobbold (L) 4437-082 



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) 



12 506 
W. Keswick (C) 



Unop, 



Unop, 



1906 

8109 
Hon. W. F. D. 

Smith (C) 3935 

A. W. Lawrence (L) 1854-2061 



14,002 



6510 



E. Beauchamp (L) 

Col. F. A. Lucas (C) 4905-1605 



10,166 ^ 
F. S. Stevenson (L) Unop. 
Mr. Stevenson resigned, 
April 6, 1906 (10,166) :- 
HT Pearson (L) 4568 

Marq. of Graham (C) 4371-197 



10,971 
G. A. Hardy (L) 
Hon. W. Guinness 
(C) 



4801 
4588-213 



10,121 

W. C. Heaton- Arm- 
strong (L) 4201 

Sir Cuthbert Quil- 
ter, Bt. (LU) 4065-138 



12,528 




R L. Everett (L) 


5627 


Capt. B. G. Prety 




man(O) 


5348-179 


27,650 




J. Stuart (L) 
T. Summerbell 


13,620 


D. H. Haggle <C) 


7,879-5551 


J. S. G. Pember- 




ton (C) 


7,244 



17,270 
G. Cave. K.C. (C) 7666 
R. Whyle (L) 68S7-1( 



15,933 
W. Keswick (C) 7316 
A, W. Aston (L) 6221-1005 



Z«IBBRAL ^irSASt BOOS^ \^d^. 



346 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



Idas 

flURRST. NORTH- HAS 

H. Cosmo Bonsor 

iO 6189 

X Cooper (L> 3ri5-21ii 



BURRBlr, NORTH -Hr KB 

9220 
F. A. HftQk«yiC) AM) 
Sir H. D. le Mar- 
chant, Bt (L) 2S0O-198O 



SURRBT, SOUTH-BJLST 

9500 
Sir J. T. Lawrence, 

BL (C^ 4728 

A- Carpenter (L> 27fle-1964 

SDRRBT, SOUTH -iraS 

Hon. St. J. Bnod- 
riok (C) 41S5 

E, D. GoBlinK (L) 3750-735 

SUSSBX, RJL8T, or RYR 

Col A. M. Braok- 
fleld IC^ 4526 

F. A. Inderwlck, 

Q.C. (L) 4303-223 



anSSRX, MID, or IiaWB 

10.586 
Sir H. Fletcher. 

Bt. (0> 5312 

W- E, Hubbard 

(LI 5181-2131 

S0SB1IX. NORTH, or BA 



1886 

T, OIF WIMBLRDON [mM2] 

14,066 
H, Cosmo Bonsor (CJ 

?7»op, 



T, or CH3SRTSET [7»,388J 

9220 
F. A. HankoF <C) 

t/nop, 
Mr Hankey died. 
March 3, 1^ (10,23») :— 
C, H. Combe JC) 1589 
Lawr6n<^ J, Baker 
(L) 2751-1838 

or RBIOATB I73,28Q) 

9600 
Sir J. T. Lawi-enco. Bt {C) 

T, or OtrifiDFORH [77,201] 

99TS 
Hon, St. J. Brodrick iD\ 



G. B, QpeKOry {C) 
aj-HeftTdcL) 



2579-951 



BUSEBJC, HORTH-WBST 

8S^ 
Sir W. B. Bartte- 

lot. Bt. (C) 44SS 

S. Barrow (L> 2467-2016 



[64pOaa) 

10,304 
Col. A. M. Brook- 

fleld (C) 4562 

G, J. de Reut^i- (L) 3004-1488 



1 [76,276] 

1(1.586 
8ir H. Fletcher, BL 



'% 



nop* 



BT GHXNBTBAB f6G,956] 

7680 
Hon, A. E. Gathorae- 



Hardy (C| 
C. J. HealdiL) 



1877-1412 



, or HORSHAM [55,757} 

8582 
Sir W. B. Baxttelot, Bt (C^ 
Unop, 



1692 

15,382 
H. Cosmo BoDBor 

\C) 7397 

T. A. Meates (L| 2802-4796 



a H. 



10,23& 
Combe iO 



Unop. 



11.061 
H. Cubitt (C^ 
F. K. Barnea (L> 



478S 
3O97-108& 



11.248 
Hon. St. J, Brod- 
rick id Slfll 
G* P. Lawrenoe (L) 3720-1471 



11,159 
CoL A. M. Brook- 

fleldJCJ 4699 

G. M, Bail (L) 3888-711 



11,883 

Sir H, Fletober^ 

Bt. ^C) 5621 

Henry FHnoe ih) 232S^9m 



Hon, A. 



8754 
E. Gathorae- 



Hardy <C) 

Jenldnson 



SlrE. 



Sir W. B. Bartte- 

lot, Bt. {C\ 4303 

R. G. Wilberfopoe 

(L) 22aa-8Qaft 

Sir W. BarUeloi died, 
Feb. $1, 1883 (9157) :- 



L 



XIBERAI- -^^i^ BOOTK^ \WB>, 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1007. 



347 



1895 

SURRBT, If ORTH - BJIfi 

17.325 
H. CoBmo Bonsor 
4C) Unop, 



1900 
a Erie Hambro (C^ 



11,070 
C. H. Combe (C) 

Mr. Con\b€ re^iigned. 
Feb, 18, \mt ai,678) :— 
H, C. Leigb-Beimett 

Liawrence J. fiaker 
(L) 3977-^88 

SITRltJtT, SaUTH-SAST 

11,4^ 
Hon* H. Cubitt {C) 

Unop, 

mXTBXmY, BOUTH.WBS 

12,130 
^» Hon. ^ 

TbUSBBX, EJLST» or RTB 

J ii.4ao 

I^CoL A. M. BrookfieM (C) 



T, or OHBR7SE7 

12,200 
H. C. Lel^rh-Bennett 

<Q 5387 

H. H. Longmftu {h) 308O-'3287 
Mr. Leiffh-Benjiett died. 
March ^» 1903 U2»964) :— 
J. A* Fyler (C> 6700 
H. H. Longman (L) 1529-1171 



I Hon. St. J. ^rodrlck (C> 



TIOp. 



SUaSBX, MID, or LBWB 



Sir H. Fletcher. Bt. {€) 



nop. 



BUSBBX, NORTH, i»r BA 



G. J. Goechon, 

jun. (C^ 
C, H. Corbett (L) 



3731 
2874-857 



SOSSBX, NOm^H-WBBT 

mm 

J, H. Johnatojie {C) 

Unop, 



or RBIGXTB 

13,078 
Hon, H. Cubitt (C) 



Unop. 



T, or GUIIfBPOBD 

12,liT 
Hon. BL J, Brod- 

Hok (O) 5816 

A. W. Cbapmari 

(L) 380B-2207 

ll,8d6 
CoL A. M. Brook- 

fleld (C) 5378 

Dn 0. F. Hutchin- 

BOn iU 28S7-24S8 

CoL Brook^ld accepted 

Crown appoinijnent. 
March 17, 1B03 (12.5i3j :— 
Dr. C. F. Hutchin- 

son (L) 1910 

E. Boyle, KLC. <C) 437ft-S84 



I3.d&i 
Sir H, Fletcher, Bt, \C) 
Uf 



nop. 



B7 OBIHSTBAO 

Hon. O. J. Goeohen 



:!§. 



Gorbett <L) 



3880 
3003^^ 




or HOBBHJJIC 

J. H. Johnstone (C) 

Unop. 
Mr. JohTistone died, 
N0¥. IL IfiOi (10,183) :- 
Vkct, 'himour (CJ 1388 
L. R. Eifikine {U mA-lUK 



1906 

21 ^0 
C. Eric Hambro (C| 9523 
8L Q. Lane Fox- 
Pitt (L^ 7109-2114 
Mr, Hambro resianed, 
Mftv 14, 190^7 <23.7ir) :- 
H Chaplin iV\ 10/203 
Hon. B* Rusaell 
(Woman Bnt- 
fra^e( 3,a«H5B64 



15,41B 
F. J. Mavnham (L) 
Lord BlnfihAin (C) 



6365 



Mr. Fyler resumed. 
July6.19Mai934^:- 
Lord BitigMm (C) 6^& 
T. Sadler (L} 4876-549 



13,817 
Harry Brodie (L) 0067 
Col. K. H- Rawson 
(C) 3848-219 

11^109 
W. H. Cowan iU 8430 
Hon, St, J. Brodrick 



121.842 
G. L. Courthope (C> 6ia2 
Dr. C. F. Hutchin- 
son iU 1964-1158 



I 



15,5»0 
Sir H, Axibrey- 

Fletcher, Bt. (C) 7172 
H. Mori*oii ih) 54S8-171i 



10,728 
C. H. Corbett(L> 17^ 
E. M. CrookiihaDk 
|C) 4^31-262 



10,508 
Visct. Tomonr |C) IO03 
Lestoeq Erskine 
(L) 4386-817 






r-IBBRAX YEAB, ^OO^ \^(Q?k* 



5 




™ 


^ 


S46 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS | 


i 




I8a5 


18B8 16S2 1 


1 




fitT88E1£« SOUTH, or MA 

Em 


STBOUHNIS [79,425] 1 Ji 

S5<>* 10,020 


^ 




Capt. B. Field (C} 3561 


Adm, E. FMd iO 3^81* Adm. E- Field JG) 4^®7 
Uol. J. C. Brown Cant. Hon. T. 8* 
(L) 3501-1259 Brand jLl 3674-381 






G. A^WaDis {umn-m 












SnSBBX, SOUTH- WBBT 


» OF 0HI0HB8TBR (56,453] 








850^ 


8S02 


9146 






EftTl of March (C^ 1760 


Earl of March (C> 


Loi^ W. Gordon- 






F. W, Gibba(L) 2470-2290!, _ , . l/nop. 


Lennox (C^ 4238 






J Zorff March remgned. 


H. J. Reld (L) 2361-1875 






] March U, 1688 ^8618) :— 


Lord W. Oordon- LefMOX 






Lord W. Gordon-Lennqi (C) 


Aug. 16. lfi»4 <9217) :— 








Unop. 










Lord K. Talbot (C) Unop. 






BUTHERIiANDSHIRB 


[20,656] 








3185 


3185 


3745 






Marqueas of Staf- 
ford (L> 1701 


A. Sutherland (L) 1463 


A. Sutherland (L) 1458 






R. W. M, Fullarton 


J. Mackay ILU) 607-846 
Mr. Std fieri and accepted 






A. Sutherland 


(LU) 583-880 






tCrofter) 1058-615 

SWAHBEtJH DISTRICT 

8826 


'""""L ^^ u . 


Ooit^n appointment. 
Oct. 26, 18&i 12905) :— 
J. McLeod ID Unop^ 

10,047 1 


b 




Sir H.H. Vivian, Bt-fL) 

l/nop. 


airBLH- VMan,Bt.p 


SirttH. ViTlaii, 


' 




Bt. (L> 5950 










H. Monger (LU) 93»-50a6 
Sir H. H. Vivian raised to 














, 




peerage as Lord Swansea. 










June 19, 1893 110,244^ :— 

W, WUHamfi (L^ Unop. 














SWAMSRJI TOWN [6i,2131 
7597 
L. L. DiUwyn (L) 3680 


7597 


8447 
R. J. D. Bumie <L| 37© 






L, L. Dlllwyn (L^ 3M0 






W.H. Meredyth 


A. J. Lambert [C) 1740-1300 


Sir J. T. Diilwyn- 






(C» 25^1140 




Llewelyn, Bt. (C) 3011-731 


1 




^ Tamworth— eee Wabwioks 


HlBK* 






TAUNTOK [19«723] 
2511 
S. C. AllHopp (C) 1381 1 
[ Sir C, JeBsei; Bt. (L^ OT^-383 


3541 


2825 
Hon. A, P. AUsopp 






Hon. 8. C. AllsopB (0| Uwp, 
Hon. S. C. Ausopp suc^ 






(Q 1402 
H, H. BHdgman (L> 921-481 








ceeded to peerage as Lord 






' 


Hindlip. 




^ 






April 23, 1887 (2591 h— 
Hon. A. P. AUaopp 




1 






(C^ 1498 




■ 






J. H. Sandera (L) 88&-536 




I 




TAviarrocK — see Devonshibe, 




I 




TEWKRBHuar-^«ec GixiucfBS tkhbhirk. 




■ 




Thanet, Isle: of— see Kent, 




■ 




Thirsk and yiAJitOT^—see YORKafliREu 




■ 




TnoKNBUKT — see Gloucebt ershirk* 




1 




TJFPSRAit^, BAST [Mt, 9ft3] 


^^H 


1 




mB 1 e8S9 


nm ^^^ta 




T. J. Condon (N) 4064 , T. J. Condon (N") 


T. X coDdun m 7m ^H 




Maj. F. Tract {€) 192-3872 Unop, 


p. IUD«iiii«lgr (P> aUJI^H 




TIPPSRART, MIU [40,0751 

6517 ; 6517 
T. Mayne (N> 38Qi T. Mftyno iN} 










G. Ryan (C^ 3.i5-3549 Ufiop, 






1 Mr. Mayne reaioned. 
i May 15. 1890(7278):- 


^^^H 


/ 




H . HarrVRon W) \ Ut ^^^H 


1 


^^^^^^^^^ 




■ 


^^^H^^H LIBBKAI. ^7Ka:R booil, VW^.^^^^^^^H 


1 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



349 



I 



ia9g 1900 

BUaSBX* SOUTH, or E^ STBOURHB 

10:563 1 U.S4S 

Adm. E, Field JC> 4138 I Linda " 
Cupt- Hon. T. a i Adm. 

■ " 4079-60 ! Brand (L) 



1906 



^^^t- Hon. T 



Lindeor Hoft^ (C) 4948 



4246-703 



SOasSX* BOUTH-BTEST p or CHlCHBBTER 



^70 
Lord E. Talbot (CJ 



Unopu 



SOTHKRUINDSHmE 

^1463 
X McLeod {D I(B5 

J. A* Swansbon 



SWJL1I8BA DISTRICT 

10,237 

D. Brymnor Jones, 
OCCjL) 3860 

E. H. Hedley (IL) 2018-1832 
CJoL J. R. Wright 



(LU) 



1851 



8WANSBA TOWN 

9001 
SirJ.T.DiUwyn- 

Uewelyn, Bt. (C) 3977 
R. J. D. Burnie (L) 3&56-421 



TAUNTON 

2990 
CoL A. C. K. Welby (C) 

Unop. 



9906 
Lord E* Tftlbot tC) 

CTnop. 
iorrf B- JTttfb&t wppoinUd 
a Lord of tht iritiaury. 
JYiDe2, 1905 (10,784):— 
Lord E. Talbot IC) 4174 
J. E, AUon (LI 8782-412 



F. &. Leveson-Oower 

(LUJ 1224 

J. McLeod (L) 7fi2-472 



11,066 
D. Brymnor Jones, Q.C. (L) 
Unop. 



TIPPBRART, BAST 

T. J. Condon (N) 



Unop, 



TIPPBRARXt. MID 

7127 
J. F. Htegan (N) 



Unop. 



12,918 
H. Beaumont (L) 5933 
Sir Lindsay Hogg, 
Bt (C) 5303-630 



11,225 
Lords. Talbot (C) 5197 
J. £. Allen (L) 4023-1174 



2814 
A. C. Morton Qj) 1383 
F. S. Leveson-Gtower 
(LU) 933-450 



11,906 
D. Brymnor Jones, ELC. (L) 
Unop. 



9079 
Sir G. Newnes, Bt 

(L) 4318 ! 

SirJ.T. Dillwyn- 

Llewelyn, Bt (C) 3203-1115 



CoL A. C. K. Welby 

(C) 1387 

W. King CL) 1024-363 



T. J. Condon (N) 



Unop. 



8776 
K. E. O'Brien (N) 2316 
F . O'Driscoll (N) 587-1729 



11,030 
Si^G.Ne^^'ne8,Bt 

(L) 5535 

Col. J. R. Wright 

(C) 4081-1454 



8500 
Sir K. Boyle, Bt., 

K.C. (C) 1842 

Arthur Pon8onby(L) 1503-339 



5279 
T. J. Condon (N) 



5007 
K. K. O'Brien (N) 



Unop. 



Unop, 



\ 



UBBRAX. -XBAH BOOS^ W2fe. 



860 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

7500 
R J, O'Biien <N) 4783 
H. EufitACe (C) 252-4537 

TIFPBIIARY. BOOTH [37, 

5841 
Joh n 'CQiinor (N ) 35T2 
CoL C. Barton fC) 122-3450 

TrVERTON— 8€« DKVONSfnBIC 

Torquay ™j»ey* DBvoNSHirms, 

TOTNKS— fl« DKVON-&mRE. 
TOTTEMHAM— J»fr< MlDDI^^aE 

TOWBR HAKI^B^S* BO 

8887 
W. S. Robson \U 3419 
Capt. J. K. Colomb 
m 273&-e81 



TO was HAHIiETB, EiI 

5954 
E. S. Norris (G> 25eB 
J. G. C. Minchln {h) 1676-^90 

TOWSR HJlMLBTSp Bfl 

a CbarrinFton IC| '2M1 
K. Hart (U 144&-<H9 

A, S. Ayrton (IL^ 430 



1886 

7500 
P. J. O'Brien (N) 



114] 

u841 
John O Connor <N) 



Unop. 



Unap. 



TOWmn HAMLSTS, PO 

doll 
H. Greon ID 4090 

D. R. Onalow \C) 2113-1977 

TOWBfi HAMIi&TSi BT. 

4317 
C. T, Ritchie <Q 1744 
Sir D. L. SaloiuDiig, 
Bt (L) 1180-^*4 



TOWEB HAHE4BT8, ST 

J. aDurantlU 2141 

F. W. Isaacson (C) 211^22 
On a Hcrutin^ ,-^ 

J. C. Durant (L) 204.5 

F. W. iKtiACson (C) 2035^10 



TOWBIt UAUhMTB, WH 

ei4u 

8. Montagu ID 23d3 
P. Cowan (Cj m2-3Sl 



W AHB BROMtiBY [00, 
Capt X R, C'Otoinb 



W. S. Robson (D 



2867 
2396-571 



m] 

I0,«87 
J. A. M. Maodonald 



MBHOU&B [55.9811 

5Bd4 
E. 8, Norris \C} 2230 
T. K. Scmttyon (D 1428^802 

I4M BND [4»^S67] 
• 5804 

S. Chamiiebon <C) 2110 
A. H. White iU 1281-829 



PX.AR [TfltS^ 

Sydney Btirton (D 2903 
Ma,i. A- C. E. Welby 
iC\ 2827-Tfl 

OBOROB^S- m . TKB - B A 

4317 
(■, T, Ritchie <C) 1591 
R. Eve ID 1076-483 

Mr. Riifhie €b^tpt^d qfftce, 
Aug. 12. 1888 (431?) ;— 
C. T. Ritchie (C) 154« 
R. Eve [D 88^-657 

BPMBY [83,6981 

ems 

F. W, Isaacson (C) 2237 
R. 8, Wright 04 1735-50(2 



ITBGHAFBL[7g.6S4j 



ei4^ 

H. Montngru m 
noL Hon. W. Le 
PocF Trench (C) 



2178 
1582-587 



1692 



7029 
P. J. O^Brien |X) 
Capt Hon. C. G. 



JapL 
Trei 



nch iC} 



1064 
I62-39Q2 



5B64 
R Mandevllle <N) 2571 
' • '^— <P» 773-17W 



John 0*CDnnor ( 



Sir 



lrJ.R.C< 



Colomb (C> 



4fm 



2175 



fi45ii 
J. Stewart Walla©e 

iD 2175 

H, 8. Samuel (C) 2305-1; 

5738 

8. Charrington «C» 2204 
X Haysman (D 1931- 



10 34S 

Sydney Bniton <D 5007 
CoLA,C.E.W^olby 
iC) 2875-2098 

ST [51,198i 

3756 
J, W. Benn iD ItJttl 

C. T. Ritchie iCj 1263^399 



F. W, IsaacRon iV} __ _ 
B. T, L. Thomson iDSIiQS^ 



II 



5813 
a Montagu (D 
CoL Hon. W. Lg 
Poer Ti-enoh (C> 



2327 
18QO-5S7 



I^IBBBu&L ITBAJt. BOOK, l^S^fe. 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



351 



1895 

I79PBBART, if OBTB 

6419 
R J. O'Bnen (X) 

Unop. 

TIPPBRART, BOOTH 

5644 
F. Mandeville(NI 1723 
Count Moore iIN[ 1232-501 



TOlirBR HJLMIiBT8» BO 

10,588 
Hon. Lu R. HoUand 

(C> 433B 

J.A.M* Mocdoiiald 
JL) 3178^1161 

Hon» Li* R. IfoUand re- 

Oct.2T, 1880(11,4011:— 
W. M, GiithH©|Q4238 
Harold Spend er(L)2l23-tl 15 

TOWBH HAMIiEITap lil 

H. a Samuel (C) 2661 
W. M. Thompeoti 
(L) 2071^590 



TO 



MI 



HAMIjBTS, 

6651 

S. Charrin^ton (CJ 2^3 
J. Hayemnii (L) 1516-8B7 



1900 

p. J. O'Bi-ieri (N^ 



5flB5 
J. GoUiimii (N\ 



Unop, 



Utwp. 



TOWBR HAHIiBTB, PO 

Sydney Buxfcon 

04 3938 

W.RBullivant{C) 3110-829 

TOWBR HAMLBTS* ST, 



W AKO BROMIiBT 

11,278 
W. M, Guthrie (C> 4403 
G. LaoBbiiry (Soc) 256ft-184d 



HBHOU8B 

6S3d 
H. a Samuel (C) 2808 
W. Pearce (L) *2070-338 

LB BKD 

5815 
8. Charrinetcn (C) 2410 
C, G, Clark at 1280-11«0 
Mr. UharringtQn died. 
Jan. 12. 1805 (5380)1— 
Hon. H. L. W, Law- 
sou ^LU^ 2138 
B. S. Straus (L^ 2000-78 

PliAR 

10,009 
Sydiiey Buxton (L> 3892 
W. P. Bullivant (Q 38*0-1152 



1906 

5658 
M. HogAU im 



Sim 

J. CuUiuau im 



Unop* 



Unop, 



H. H. Markfl (C) 
J. W. Benu (L) 



TOWBR 



1583 
1579-4 



BT 



GBORGB'fi-IN - THB -B A 

3518 
T. R Dewai- (C) 1437 
B. E. Straus (L) 1141-28« 



HAMIiBTS 

G(M8 

F. W. Isaacson |CJ 2$A6 
W, H. Bickinson (me7B^70 
Mr. Isaacson died^ 
March 9. 1898 (6387) :- 
W. C, St eadmaii {L) 2492 
Maj. W. E. Evaurt- 
Gordoii (C) 2472-20 

TOWBR HAMtiBTS, WH 

5864 
Sir S. Montagu, Bt. 

CL) mm 

air W.H. Porter, BL 

(C) 1977-32 



ST 

3246 
W. W. H«iin (L) 
H, H. Wells (C) 



BPNB7 

5878 
Maj, W. E, Bvftus- 

Gordou {C> 2783 

W. t\ Steadnian (L) 171&-1065 



ITBOHAPBIi 

5004 
E. M. Samuel ^L) 
D. H. Kyd (C) 



1679 
1608-71 



10.545 
Stopfoi-d W. Brooke 

ih) 4586 

A. P. Du Croe (C) 3874-622 



W. Pearce (L) 2981 

Sir H. S. Samuel (C» 2007-974 



5418 
B. 8, Straua iU 2295 
Hon. H. L. W. Law- 
Hon (LU) 2168-128 



9068 
Sydney Buxton (L) 4546 
G. O. Borwick (C> 2235-2311 



I«iS5 
1004-631 



5176 
Mai, Sir W. E. 

Evans-Gordon iC) 2490 
Durham StokeR |L) 1853-637 
Sir n\ E. EvauH- Gordon 

rettigiMd. 
May 10, 1907 (5d2lh— 
F. L. Harris JC) 2J298 
B. Cooper (L& Lab) 13.10-948 



4278 
S.M. Samuel {L) 
D. H. Kyd iC} 



19-25 
1509-356 



LIBEBAL TBAfb BQOIL, \^^» 



7 



352 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1SB5 

TOXTETH, EABT— A« LtrKEPOOL. 

ToXTKTM, West— see LitpTerp ool. 
THADEeTON— ^ee Glasgow, j 
Truko— fi«e COKN w AIX. I 

TuNBKiDQE^se* Kent. j 

TTKEMOITTH AlTD NOR TU SHIBLDS [Hhdm] 

im& ; mm 

R. S. Donkin |C) 3027 R, a Donkin <Ci 2795 

J. Spence (L) 3ae&-T58 | W. T. Raymond (L) 22T7-518 

TYNEHIDE — 5CC NoKTMtTMBE RLANT3. 

T7ROHB, BA&T [3a^5iai 

W.J. Reynolds (N) 3819 
J. M. Stuart (C> 3351-658 



TiritONB, MID r3T.fle»] 
8083 
M.J. Kenny ^N) 4299 
H. H. Moor© io 2857-1642 



TTROKE:, MORTH [38,291] 
6810 
Lord E. Hamilton 

IQi 3345 

John Dillon (N) 29^^423 



T7RONB« BOOTH £34,824] 
7720 
W. O Bi ien (N) 3435 

Gapt. Hon, S. Max 
well iC) 



UX BRIDGE -see MlPDLKSEX. 

WAKRFIBIiD [41,190] 
4801 
E. Groeii |C| 2374 

W. C. Beaumont (L) 204ft-325 



WAIiSAErl. [86.430] 
10,742 
Sir C. Forgter, Bt, 

(L) S112 

F. JamefJ (C> 343&-16rr7 



Wa lth a m 8TO w —see Kjbsbx. 
Walton— see Livkkpool. 
Walworth— ^ee Newtngto 

WANBSWOMTH [17».e77j 
10,(J88 
H. Klmber K ■) 44o9 
H WAlI&ceCL} ^9^83-1176 



79KJ 

W. J. Heynolds (N^ 3843 
M. Q, Megaw (LU) 3375-468 



M. J. Kennr (Nl 
H. H. Moare (Q 



4145 
2476-1670 



^10 
Lord E. Hamilton 

J. O, WyliB (X) 



321» 



3481 



7730 
W. O'Brien ^Nl 



1801 
Sir K. Green, Bt.{C) 2263 
J. J. Con sins (L) 1946-307 



10,742 
SirC. Forst^r, Bt. (L>_ 

Sir a F'orHter died. 
Aug. 13» 1891 {11,712) ; 
E. T. Holden {L^ 



Unop. 



F. James {€} 



lO.fJSS 
RKiuiber(r) 



4380-53» 



Uivae. 



1892 



7300 
R. S. Donkin (C> 
J. Annaod (L) 



3lil 
2783-338 



W. J. RoynoldH iN> 3*30 
T. L, Corbett (C) 3222-208 



7678 
M. J. Kenny \N) 3667 
Dr. E. C. Thompson 

fC) 'i608-lOeS 

Count Q. N. Plnn- 

kott (P^ 123 

6481 
Lord F, S. Hamilton 

{C] 3W5 

Prof. J. B, Dougherty 

{Ni 29i«'4» 



7070 
T. W. RuBseD {LU) SI88 
T. A, Dickaon (S) 3060-372 



5274 
A, H. Cbarlefiworth 

[CJ 2682 

T. Y. Strachnn <L) 2178-401 



ll,fli5 
F. Jaraes (CI 
E. T. Holden (L) 4988-237 
Mr. James tai^ented 

pftiiUm, 
Feb, a 1883 (11.838) :— 
Sir A. D. Haytor. Bt, 

(L) 
O. T. Ritchie (C| 6168-79 



14,1136 
H. Kiiiibur (C| 
W^ M, Crook (L> 



I^lBBBAIi TBA.K BOOIS^ W5fe» 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



368 



1896 



TTHKMOUTH JLHD MOR 

7699 
R. a Donkiii (C) 3168 
F. D. Blake (L) »»-20e 



TTROHS, BAST 

nis 

p. C. Doqgaii (N) 3418 
T. L. Co«%tfc (C) 8261-152 



TTROmi, MID 

7fi81 

O. Murnaghan (N) 3759 
Dr. E. C. Thomp- 



1900 



TH BHniiDB 

80A1 
F.L. Harris (C) 
F. D. Blake <L) 



1(C) 



22fl»-1507 



TTBOMB, MORTH 

6171 
Seidt. Hemphill, 

Q.C. (L) 29i8 

W. WiEon (C) 2857-91 



TTROMB, SOUTH 

6T80 
T.W. Russell (LU) 3239 
T. Shillington (L) 3016-193 



5748 

Visot. Milton (LU) 2864 
H. S. L. Wilson (L)216fr-699 



WJLIfBJLIiL 

11,015 
a Oedffe (C) 5145 

Sir A. D. Hayter, 
Bt. (L) 4828-317 



WJLHD8WORTH 

17,075 
H.Klmber(C) 6487 
M. Mayhew (L) 3248-3239 



3501 
8094-407 



6760 
P. C. Doogan (N) 
Ck>l. J. L.Sandwith 

(C) 



7560 
G. Murnaghan (N) 



3126 

3050-76 



Unop, 



6168 
Seidt. Hemphill, 

Q,C.<L> 2869 

D. J. Wilson (C) 2814-55 



T. W. Russell (LU) 2499 
Dr. B. C. Thompson 

(N) 2409-90 

Maj. R. Howard (IC) 303 



6055 

Visot Milton (LU) Unop, 
Vi8ct,MiUon8ucceededpeer- 

age {Lord FUzvoiUiam). 
March 25, 1902 (610^ :~ 
E. A. Brotherton (C) 2960 
P. Snowden (ILP) 1979-981 

12,851 
Sir A. D. Hayter, Bt. 

(L) 5610 

S.Gedge(C) 



20,790 
H. Klmber (C) 



Unop, 



1906 



9019 
H.J.Craiflr(L) 
F. L. ISLdr^ (C) 



3522-764 



6299 
P. C. Doogan (N) 3053 
W.J.M.MacCaw 



MC) 
Mr, Doogan died, 
July 25, 1906 (6299) :— 
T. M. KetUe(N) 3019 
W. J. M. MaiCaw (C) 3000-19 

6795 
G. Murnaghan (N) 

Unop, 



6181 
Sent. Dodd, K.C. (L) 2986 
D. S. Henry, K.C. 

(LU) 2957-9 

Serjt. Dodd made a Judge. 
March 8, 1907 (6230) :- 
R. Barry, K.d (L) 3013 
D. S. Henry, K.C. (LU) 3006-7 



T. W. RusseU (L) 2954 
A. L. Homer, K.C. 
(LU) 2671-! 



B. A. Brotherton (C) 2285 
Dr. S. Coit (LRC) 2088-217 
T. Snape (L) 1247 



14,127 
Maj. B. Marten 

Dunne (L) 7002 

B. Bagshawe (C) 5803-1199 



31 396 
Sir H. Kimber, Bt 



a!1 



Reed(L) 



12,433 
11,888-^') 



I.IBBRAL TBAB BOOK, \^dK^. 



3M 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 1886 

Wansbeck— isce Xobthumb icrland. 



WARRINQT0R [tfl.TOl] f 
7730 I 

Sir G. GroenalU BL 

(C) 4010 

W. Oroeflold (L^ 3234-T76 



VJLR¥riGK AND IifllAM 

5186 
A. W. Peel ^L) 9814 
£. M. Nei»on (C) 2272-S78 



WARWICK8HtR»t MOB 

10,016 
R A. Muntz (p) 1338 
W, P. Beal© (L> 3S5a-4«0 

WARWIOK&HIRR, NOR 

10,061 
J, W. Johne (L) 1415 
J. a Dugdalo, Q.C. 
<C) 41^-276 

WARWICKSHIHE, SOU 

9700 
BL P. Cobb (L> 48T7 
J, DaflinBTbon (C> 3533-1S44 



WARWICKSHIBIS, SOU 

Lord W, Comptoti 

<L^ 1038 

S. a Uoyd (C) 3738-901 



^TATRRPORD [28,153] 
3946 
R. Power (N^ 2120 

R G. Bloomfleld 
<C) 27ft-2Hl 



TBr Ov *£AHW0RTH [72,361] 
R A. MimfcsE (G) 



WATSRFORD, RAST [29 

5678 
P. J. Power IN) 3gftl 
W. De la Poer(C> 314-2977 

WATRRFORD, WRS? [3 

6025 
X D. Pyne (N) 3746 
Sir R* F, Keane (C) 3fift~3387 



^' ir^JTfft?/eo— ^f^ HfSRTFOHDBH 



7730 
air G. GreenaM, Bt 

(C> 3717 

J, Croefleld (Li 3210-^1 



INOTOK [3g,075J 

54S6 

A. W. Peel (LU^ 



Unop, 



t892 



7900 

R. Plerpoint (Q 3843 
A. HOBfltoa, Q.C. tL) 3358-58S 



A, W. Peel (LU) Unop, 

Mr. Pe^t mised, to peerofft 

a^ Lord Peel. 
May 23. 1885 <aS58) :— 
Hon. A. Lyttelton 

(LU> 2815 

J. Duckworth (L) 2238-579 



P. A. Mimtz to 
W, Johneon (L> 



TH>BAS1<. Qt NOIIS ATO N [ea.»9S] 

10,061 I 10,336 

J. S. Dugdale, Q,a i F. A. Newdiffabe fC> m» 

(C> 4026 aVero<L> 

J. W, Johns <L) 3808-1018 



TH-RASTp or R170BT [561,231] 

9700 
H. P. Cobb (L) 4008 

M, C. Busmrd. Q.C. 
(LU) 3528-478 



TH-HTBRT, or RTRATFO 

9631 
F. To woBond <C) 3833 
Ijovd W. Compton 
(L) 3344-480 



R Power (N) 

Unop. 
Mr. Power di€d. 
Dec. *A 1891 H016I :— 
J. K Redmond {P) 1725 
Michael Davibb (N) 1*^2»4S8 



.092] 

5678 
R J. Power^N) 



Unop, 



2,3(J5] 



6Cr25 



X D, Pyue (N) Unop. 

Mr, Pjf^nc dro^^med, Nov, U, 

ms. 

F©b.21,1890t63a3J:- 
A. Webb {W 

IHK. 



9785 
H. P. Cobb (L) 4519 

W. J. Galloway (C) 3831^ 



RD-ON-AVON [46,672] 

9505 
A. B, Freemati'MlU 

fotdJCJ 4157 

G. a. Warmingtoo 



3971 
J. E. Redmond (P^ 
a Shoehy (N) 



1676 



6111 

P. J. Power (N) 
E. Loamy (P) 



0867 
A. Webb (Ni 



1043-1510 



■■\ 




I^IBMHAL ^TBAB. BO0«., \W3fe- 



POLL-BOOK, 188&-1907. 



356 



1895 



gyg 

R.Pierpoint<C) 
P. B. Scott (L) 



40Q1 
3336-875 



Vr JLRWIOK JLMD I^SAM 



Hon. A. Lyttelton 
(LU) 



VrJLRWIOKSHIBB, ROB 

10,613 
P. A. MuntE (C) 

WJLRWIOK8HIRBI, HOB 

U,U4 
F. A. Newdijgrate 

J. TODokinson (L 



5572 
41T5-13W 



WJLRWIOKBHIBfi, BOO 

9777 
Hon. B. G. Yemey 

(C) 4354 

Corrie Grant (L) 4070-284 

WARWIOK8HIRB, BOU 

0745 
CoL V. MUward 

(C) 4fi06 

T. Sadler (L) 2^-1771 



WJLTBRFORD 

3027 
J. E. Redmond (P) 178g 
T. J. Farrell (N) 1229-559 



WJLTBRFORD, ■• 

5704 
P. J. Power (S) 



1900 



R. Plerpoint iC) M68 

A. H. Cros^cM ^) 3303-1165 



INOTON 

5S20 
Hon. A. Lvttettori, 

ac.jLU> ^m 

H. J. Mackinder (L) ia54^B3l 
Mr-^ L'ytlfMiytt appointed 

Colonial Secreiari/. 
OcL^.19a3t599&)t- 
HoD. A. Lj^ttelton, 

K.C. (LtJ) 2*^ 

T. H, D, Beiridge (L) 3199-1» 

TH, &IP ^AHWOBTH 

12,072 
P. A, Mixnte (0» 

Unop, 

TU^mAB% or NUHBATO 

F, A, NewdiKabo 
JC) 673S 

w. Johnson (L & 
Lab) 4432-1304 

TH^BAST, or BDOBir 

10,231 
Corrte Gitint (L^ mB 
F. E. MuntK (01 4130-219 



Tn-wmEl, or BTHATFO 

lO.OfiO 
CoL V. Milward (C^ Ufwp. 
CoZ. Milward died. 
June 2S, 1901 (10,063^ :— 
P. a. Foster {C) 47SS 
Bolton Kins \U 2077-1778 

3941 
X E. Redmond (N) 

UnGp. 



Unop. 



WJLTBRFORD, W. 

5235 

A. Webb (N) Ufloji, 

Mr. Webb re»itmed. ^ 



Sept. 12, 1895 (5235) :— 
J.J.aShee(N) 



Unop. 



P J. Power (N) 



S06T 
J, J, O'Shee (N^ 



Unop, 



Unap, 



1906 



A. H. Cro6flw««u. 1 
R. Pierpoint (C) 



10.365 
Qeld (L) 5500 



4009-1500 



6296 
T. H. D. Berridffe (L) 3011 



Hon. A. Lyttelton, 
''.C. (LtJ) 



2802-209 



15,491 
SipP.A.Muntz,Bt. 
^(C) 7561 

J. S. Keay (L) 4842-2719 



7677 



15,021 
W. Johnson (L& 

Lab) 
F.Newdigate(C) 



11,451 
Corrie Grant (L) 5181 
A.D.Steel-Maitland 
(C) 4909-272 

RD-OH-JLYON 

10,173 
Capt. M. Kincaid- 

Smith (L) 4321 

P. S. Foster (C) 417»-148 



3354 
J. £. Redmond (N) 



4012 
P. J. Power (N) 



4426 
J. J. O'Shee (N) 



Unop. 



Unop. 



Unop* 



\ 



\ 



Z-IBBRAI. "XBAH BOOK., VARA. 






THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1886 

Hon. P. J. Staahop« 
W. Lloyd (CJ 



T665 

WBDHBBBURT [TS^ilTi) 
in.8C18 
W- Lloyd {C > 4628 

Hon* P, J, Stewihope 

Wkulinoton— we Siiropshi re and Somerset. 
Wrll«— see Somerset. i 

"WKET BBOMHriCH [664 llj 

8749 Kim 

J. H. Blades (L.) 3988 E. Spencor (C) 

E. Spencer (C> 3171-«17 T. J. Mtjoi-e ih) 

WlCaTBURT-^€e WlLTSHTHK-j 

West Derby— sc^ LrvERPOo l. 

WBBT HAH. NORTH [105.719] 
10,038 
K R. Cook (LI 4219 

J» F^orrest Fulton 
IC) 3500-719 



l221-«82 



3000 
3(©l-509 



10,026 
J* Forrest Fulton 

IC) 
E. R. Cook (L) 



3193^727 



we: ST HAM, SOtrTH [16 

8942 

J. Leicest^ (L» 3927 

A. J. Pound (C> 2M5-fig2 

West Houghton— s«e Lano 

WBaTMBATH, KORTM 

5507 

J. Tiilte (N) 3648 

J. Witeon (C) 35^-3393 

WBSTMBATH, SOtlTH 

5419 

D. Snllivan ^N) 3818 

H. S. Smith (C) 21X^3418 



WBSTM UfSTBH [50,790] 
7670 
W, Burdott-Coutte 

(C) 3991 

Prof. Becsley (L> 1736-2255 



WB8THORI«AND, MORT 

6022 
Hon. W. Low'ther 

<C) 2^4 

J. Whitehead iU 2684-10 



WBBTMORIiAND, BOUT 

5630 
Enrl of BoctivQ {C) 2690 
J. Copper iU 2427-263 



1.1^] 

Maj. G.E, Banes (C^2ST8 
J. Leic^ter ^L) S572-^30S 

[29,976] 



5507 



(/nop. 



Unop. 



J. Tnite (N) 



[28*557] 
l\ SuUlvan 4X) 



7670 
W, Burdott-CoQtts (C) 

H. OP APPXiBBT [31,180] 

e023 
Hon. W. Lowther 



J. WTiitehead (L) 



2748 
2562-186 



U, or SBNUAIi (32,823} 

5690 
EarlofBective(C^ 



NORTH [51,262] 
9768 
J.E*EedmondUV)6&31 
ViBct.Stopford<C) 917-5614 



9768 
J. E, Redmond (N] Unop. 
Mr. RfAmortfi vesigTifd. 
March 11, lfiW2 (9890) :- 
T, J. Heaty iN) Unap, 



1892 



11,201 
W. Lloyd (C) 
Hon. P. J. Stan hope 
(L) 



9174 
E. Spencer (C) 
T, L. Roberts \\j) 



4474 ' 

3429-1045 



13.334 
Archibald Grove (L) 4976 
J. Forrest Fulton^ 
Q,C. {U\ 4943^33 



15,518 

J. Keir HzLrdle 

aLP) SSBL 

Maj. G. K Banes (C) 4036-121 



J. Tuifce <N) 
A, BlAne IP) 



5317 



2878 
379-241 



5304 
D. Sullivan (M 2635 
C. O'Dono^rhue (P) 1080-1436 



7971 
W. Burdett-Coutts 

(C) 3518 

Leif Jon 08 (L) 1916-161 



4M81 
Sir J, S&vory, Bt, 

(C) 2963 

Hon. A. C. Tufton <L)2256-707 



flOOO 

CApt. J. F. Baeot 

J. A. Farrop (L) 



S9QMa9 



9696 
T. J, Healy (N> 
Col. J. R. Magn*th 



LIBKRAL TKA.^ BOOX., \Wafe> 




POLL-BOOK, 1886-1907. 



867 



10,S5d 
W* D. Green (C) 4824 
a H. Roberts (L) 473S-191 



IBT BROMWIOH 
9211 
B. Spencer (C) 

Unop. 



BT HAM, MORTH 



E. Gray (C) 5635 

Archibald Grove 
(L) 4831-704 



EMdWr HAM. SOUTH 

16,745 
Mid. G. £. Banes 
nK) 4750 

J. Keir Hardie 
OLP) 3976-775 

WBBTHEJITH, HORTH 

5270 
J.Tiiite(N) 

Unop, 

IBTMBATH, SOUTH 

D.SiiUivan(N) 

Unop. 



WB8TMINBTBR 

7942 
W. Burdett-Coutts (C) 
Ui 



'nop. 



BTMORULHD, NORT 

6316 
Sir J. Savory, Bt. 

(C) 2950 

T.W.Fry(L) 2077-873 



BTMORUUID, BOUT 

O0O6 
Cftpt. J. F. Ba«ot _ 

(C) 2771 

H. Stephenson (L) 2049-722 

V^XFORD, NORTH 

T, J. Hoaly iNJ «S89 
J. B. Falconer (C) 785-3003 



1900 

11,856 
W. D. Green (C) 
£. Horton (L) 



10.066 
£. Spencer (G) 



4733 
455a-175 



Unop. 



15,844 
E. Gr^ (C) 6613 

J. H. ^thell (L) 4133-2480 



19,631 
Mai. G. E. Banes 

IC) 6616 

W. Thome (Lab) 4439-1176 



P. J. Kennedy (N) 1763 
L. GinneU <N) 1418-345 



6600 

D. Snlllvan (N) 



Unop. 



7367 
W. BurdettrCk>uU8 

(C) 2715 

H. H. Montague 

Smith (IC) 439-2276 

H, or APPUBBT 

6744 
E. Rigg (L) 2835 

SirJ.BavorjpBtJCl 2266-579 
Mr. Bigg reMgned. 
March 2, 190& (8670) :- 
Leif Jotie« ih) '3i22 

Maj. G. J, N. Noble 
fCr^ 2702-220 

H, or KBNDJUi 

6262 
Capt. J.F.Bagot(C) 



Unop. 



9183 
Sir T. Esmonde, Bt 

(N) 2823 

T. J. Healy (N 115»-1670 



1906 



14,739 
Clarendon Hyde (L) 6160 
A. F. Bird (d) 5206-944 



10726 
Dr.A.E.W.Hazel 

(L) 6475 

Vi8ct.Lewi8ham(C)4250-1216 



15,101 
C. F. G. Masterman 



C. Gray 



(C) 



5094-1744 



22,763 
W. Thome (LRC) 10,210 
Sir J. G. Nutting, 
Bt. (C) 4973-6237 



6297 
L. GinneU (N) 



Unop. 



6379 
D. Sullivan (N) Unop. 

Mr. SuUivan died. 
April 13, 1907 (5068):— 
Sir W. Nugent, Bt. (N) 

Unop. 
7639 
W. Burdett-Coutts 

(C) 3167 

Capt. C. V. C. Ho- 
bart (L) 2064-1113 



Leif Jones (L) 2894 

Lord Kerry (C) 2801-^3 



6477 
D. Stewart^mith, 

K.C. Oi) 2899 

CoL J. F. Bagot (C) 2647-262 



9010 
Sir. T. Esmonde, Bt. (N) 

iTnop. 



r.IBWI^AT* ^nfiAR. B001L« \^^. 



368 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1B65 

WBXFORD, aOITFH [53,5,75] 
9677 



1886 



J. BatiT {Si 



mi7 



(/nop. 



Unop. 



WHJTBY— ««< YOHKSHIRE. 

Whiteohapkl— sf€ Tower 
WHITHHAV1317 [1»,16T] 

2m 

G, C. Benttnck (C) 1336 
W. C\ Onlly, Q.C. 
iU 1125-211 



WICK DISTRICT [17»4831 
2015 
J. McD. Caraoron (L) 913 
John Pender {h) B68-45 



J. Barry (N) 



Hamlkts, 



I Q, C. Bentlnck <C) 1210 
H- G. Sbee iU 1110-108 

JIfr. Be}itinek died, 
April ^. 1891 (2713) :— 
Sir J, Bain m 1338 

H. G. Bhee (L^ 1105-233 



2015 
J. McD. Cameron (L) 910 
John Pender ^LU) e»8-224 



WECKLOW. BJLBT [31.275} 

W, J. Corbet m 3383 , W. J. Corbet <N) 

Col. C. G. Totten- Cot C. G. Totten- 

ham {O 1000-2385 hniQ (C) 



3101 
984-2U7 



WtCKLOW* WBST [27,1321 
5226 
G. M. Byrne (N» 3721 
W» F. H. Dick (C» 871-2S50 



WroNES— see Lancashirs. 



WIQAM [BDJfU] 

gggg 

F. S. PoweU (C| 3837 
Q. H. Lea (L) 2721-916 



522» 
O. M. Bjmc m 3531 
W. F. H* Dick (C> 856-2S75 



F. S. PoweU (C) 
C. M, Percy (Lj 



3371 
2780^5»1 



Wight, Ible of— see Hampb bitie. 



WlQTClfrNSHiRS [32,593] 

Sir Herbert. Max- 

weU. Bt. (C) 2704 

Hon, H. Diur^'mple 
(Li 2825-79 

"^n^TONsee Wjltshirk. 




6004 
Sir Herbert Max- 

weU. Bt. (C^ 2920 

J. P. ColdHtream (L) 171S-IS01 



1^2 



9B72 



"•^"^^Uii, 



.^^. ^ 510i I ^ 

Capt. S. B. F 

ton fCl 65l-4oa) | 

Mr, Barry resiffned, 
Nov, 30, im ^9550) :— 
P. Ffrenoh (N) Um 



S7t» 
T. S. Little (L> 
Sir J. Bain iC| 



2191 

Sir John Pender (LU) 952 
J. McD. Cameron (L) 82S-m 



1588 

J. Sweetman (N^ im 
CaptRXMUlpin {C^ 1225-206 
W. J. Corbet <P) 1115 
Mr. Stceetjmui remaned, 
April 36, lim (1461) ;— 
E. R O'Kelly (NJ 1253 
J. Sweetman (P) U91-63 
CoL C, G. Tottenham 
(C> 1I6S 



Jamee O'Connor 
(N) 2582 

CoL R. P. Saunders 
O 781-179B 

J. H. PameM (P) 546 



7390 
Sir F. S. Powell, Bt. 
(C) 3422 



T. Ab'pinwall (L and 
Labi 



3312-110 



5813 
Sir Herbert Max* 

well Bt. {€) 2895 
J. P. CoMatre^n (LH670-I22S 



UBBBAl. ^^A^ BOOTL, W^. 




POLL^BOOK, 1881^1007. 



i895 
XFORD, SOUTH 

fBBQ 

P, Fft^iich m\ 



Unop, 



EHAVBK 

2746 
A-Helder(Ci 



13S0 



WICK PI8TBIG7 

Sir John Pender (Lin 913 
T. C. H. HtMiderwick 

(L) Eg9-M 

fiur J^. RertdET resigTieiL 
June %. J 896 (2277J :— 
T. C. H. Hedder^ 

wick iU 1054 

W. C. Smith ILU> 843-213 

WlGKIiOW, BAST 

<461 
W. J, Corbet |F^ 1295 
CkiL O. O. Tottenham 

iC) 1308-87 

F. A. Q'KeeifE] iS} im 



VICKUOW, W138T 

4676 
Jftmofl O'Connor ^N) 



Uvmp* 



VIOAIt 

Sir F*S. Powell, Bt. 

fCr 3949 

T. ABplnwall^Land 

r^b) 3075-874 



VlOTOWMSHlRfi 

8ir Herber-tr Mazwoll, 



19Q0 
P.Ffraiieli(N» 



Unopo 



A. Heldor (Ct 
\\\ McOowan ILJ 



1553 

876-677 



A. BiKnold rC> 1151 

T^aRHedderwlck 
iD 1041-113 



4827 
D, J. Cogun (N| 



t^kop. 



4071 
Jajnes O^Qanncxr (N) 



IThop. 



flfUA 

Sir F, S. Powell, Bt. 

(C| 3772 

CoL W. Woodfi (Ift 3130-642 



5615 
Sir Hof bort MaxwoU, 
Bt> \C) Unop. 



UBBRAL TBA; 



1906 

P. Ffrench (N) 



Unop, 



2945 

W. J. D. Bnrnyeat 
(L) 1507 

J. Robertson- 
Walker <C) 1194-313 



SirA.Bignold<C) 
W. Thomson (L) 



tf64 
D. J. Cogan (N) 

Mr, Cogan 
July 29.1907(49 
J. MTddoon <N) 



1382 
196B-96 



Unop, 



):- 



Unop. 



4406 
Jamee O'Connor (N) 



Unop, 



8804 
Sir F.S. Powell, 

Bt. (C) 3573 

T. Smith (Lab) 2206-1388 
Col. W. Woods (L) 1900 



6806 

Viflct. Dalrymple 



Caj 



ipt. W. Waring 



Q^, 



2866 
2127-739 . 



\ 




THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 



1886 



VIIiTSHIRE:, ^ABT, op OBVIZES [l(j,6dU 

Walter LoiiK lti| 3St9 Walter Lon^ |C> 4123 

W. Barber, Q.L". (L) 3752-97 J, W. PhiUpp« (L) 52397-1728 



UriLTSHlItJS, NORTH, 

fl031 
M. H. X. Btory- 

Marikolyiio {L.^ Ifi41 
W. Static ICI 2770-1771 



or CRICKIiADB [70.900] 

S031 
M, H. N. Story- 

Maakolj-no (LU> 3101 
II. F. C. CoBtelloe 
I (L^ 16S3-1T18 

Sir J, Bennett (L) 1347 



liriliTBHIRES, HOHTH- 

B. Flotehcr ^L^ 3880 
Lord A. Somerset 
(C( aj74-306 

Wil/faHIRB!, SOUTH or 

Sir T. P\ Grove, Bt. 

(L) 4151 

Hon. S. Herbert I C) 3329-^22 



WIKiTBHIRB, WBST or 

io,3eft 

G. p. jH^iUer (L) 5333 
LoMH.F.Thynno 
(C^ 363iH«84 

WiMB[.KDOS—scc Surrey. 
WIHCHS8TBR [19,001] 

A. L.Tottenhani fC) 1153 
ViBctv Baring (L^ 882-171 



WEST, OF CHIPPISHHA 

8853 
Lord H. Bmco (C) 3857 
B, Fletcher (L) 312(K537 



WILTON [12,123] 

Sir T.F. Grove, BL^LU) 

Unop, 



WBSTBURTJ^^OIA] 

Q. p. Fuller (L) 4663 

T. G, P. Hallett {LU) 3870-993 



1892 



9987 
CI E. HobliouHe iL) 38m 
WiU ter I^ntf (C) 3758-13^ 



10,561 
J. Husband (L) 
M. H. N. Story- 
Maskolyne (tjVi 



M [ujm 



3571-996 



I 



WINDSOR [21,430] 
2612 
Col. R. Richardsen- 

Gardner (C) 1431 

Hon* H. E. Butbt 
1L) 9(j&465 



A. L. Tottenham {C) 1119 
Archibald Gro ve < L) 783-^6 
Mr. Tottenham ditd, 
Jan, 5. 18^ (2455J j— 
K.M08BO I3fl4 

P. Vanderbrl {U 84»-51o 



2813 
C ol. R, HlchAnlflon-Qard- 

nor (C> Unop. 

CoL Rwhardeon- Gardner 

resigned. 
ApHl 3, 1390(2750) :- 
, R T. Barry <C) 1A33 

W, H. Grcniell iU 975^550 



Sir J. Dickaoo-Poyn- 

der, Bt, (C» 3S84 

X M. F- Fuller (L) 3156-228 



S»51 
Visetw FolkeHton<^ 

iC) 3743 

Sir T. F. Grove, Bt. 

iU 333M0r 



10,988 
G. P. Fuller /L) 4554 
W. H. Laveitou a •) SSaO-ffil 



2383 
W. H. Myer« (C) 1213 
C. W. Mathewfl (L) 890-354 



F, T, Barry (C] 



Unopk 



WuKRAh—aee Cheskire. 

WlBBECH— aec CAMQRrDOEBHl [HR. 
WOKINO HAM -T?ff <• BERK3HI» I", 

H^aXfYBRHJlMPTON, bIjIST [58,^2] 

T917 I I'm 

H M. rowlet (fj) 39S5 , 11, H. Fcivtf\ex CL> ri^l 

W, Bird (Q 3648-1287 J. Underbill A^- 



,W,^.Vq^«\skVU 



\1twci[1^. 



i^iBBRAi- x^As. moo¥., \^a^* 



POLL-BOOK, 1886^1007, 



891 



1895 
riDTBBiiRi:, nikB% qv 

Ui56 

E. A. Goulding ICt 4114 
C. E. Hobhouse iU 3S97-477 

VII«TBHIRB, mOUTUt 

ltl,9iH 
A. Hopkinaon, Q*C. 

(LUI 4e7& 

LoM £. Fitzmaur- 

ioe ih) idSO-m 

Mr. Mopkifisoji rtsigned^ 
Feb. 24, 1888 (11,911) :— 
Lord E. Fitzmaur- 

ice^Ll 5^4 

Visct, Emljn {O 5135-489 

VIIiT&HIRB, NORTH - 

8291 
Sir J. Dicki^on- 

Poynder. Bt. (C> 3898 
J. TborDton (L) 3390-508 

I VUifTSHOIig, BOOTH dr 

8S11 
Viact» Folkestone 
4C) 3828 

I*. E. Pyke, Q.C. (LI 3565-363 
Visdt.^tilkestoTie succeeded 
to peerage as Lord Ro^- 

Julv 17, 1900 (8206) :— 

J. A- Mqniaon (C} Unop. 



VTI/TBHIBH, 

9Tr7 



WHST &» 



Capt, E. G. Clml- 

onflr (C) 4497 

a R Fuller (L) 4331-166 



UrmOHSSTMR 

ft 2419 

k W.H,My©rB(C) 






WINDBOR 

2901 
F. T- Burry (G> 



Unop. 



Unop* 



VOLVBRHAHPTOir, B. 
8446 
Sir H, H, Fowler 

(L^ ion 

IL B. a KetUe (CI 2977-1081 



1900 

DBVIZEB 

8807 

E. A, Goulding (C) 3738 

F. K. N. Rpgers (L) 3111-d27 

or GRIOKLiADB 

Lord E. Fitzmaur- 
ice IL) 5754 

Maj.E.St. C.Pem- 
berton (C) 49'^J-831 



WBBl!, or CHIFPBMHAM 



Sir J. Dickaon- 

Poynder, Bt. (C| 
J. Thornton (L) 

WILTON 

8205 
J. A. MorriHon {0} 
J. M. White (L) 



1906 



F. E. N. RoK 
M^.G.D.W 



jrs (L) 4217 
^ite(C) 363^^14 



14.380 

John Maesie ]L) 
A. S. Ward (LU) 



738^4 
57HM57B 



327S-585 



Sir X DickHon- 

Poyndor, Bt. (L) 4937 
J. R. RAtidolph (C) 2971-1986 



37aj 
2892-^841 



L. L. Morse (L) 
J, A. Morrison {€} 



WBSTBUIIY 

9782 
J.M.F.FiillerCL) 45530 
CoL R, Q, Chaloner 
iO 38ei^53» 



W. H. Myera iC\ 1M2 
E.aHenim©rde(L) 846-496 



3125 

Sir F. T. Barry, Bt. (C^ 

unop 



SlrH, H. 



9254 
Fowler (L) 



Uucrp 



4372 
3S4d-72i 



10,130 
J. M. F, Fuller <L» 52ttl 
Lord Duneany (CI 3788-1476 



Hon. G. T. Baring \C} 1333 
C. A, McCurdy \L] 1272-^ 



a^io 

J. F. Mason {C\ 1504 

Capt. C. Bigham (L) 1376-138 



^' 



97d6 
ait H. H, FowlOT 



X'IBHBAL maiASi BOOH.* \9^3I&* 




362 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 I 1886 



C. p. Villiers {U 



Unop, 



WOEiTBRMAHPTON, "W 

8391 
A, Hickman (C) 3722 
W. C* Plowden (L) 3569-153 

WooDBRiDOB— ««e Suffolk* 
Woodstock— »« Oxfobusb 

WOOIiWIGH [117.170] 
9769 
Col. E. Hughes iC) 1758 
Col. H. MTHojrier 



C. P. VillieTO (LU) 



EST [75,^11] 

8391 
Sir W, C. PlowdeTi 

A, Hickman (C) 

IKK* 



Umop* 



3706 
aS63-123 



1892 
srae 

a P, VOIiers <LLn 



^ 



Unop, 



(L) 



dsB^iim 



9769 
CoL E. Hughes (C) 4^7 
I G. H. Evatt (Lj 2811-1836 



9424 
Sir A* Hickman {C\ 47T2 
Sir W, C. Plowden 
(U 369S-11H 



12^7 
Col E. Hughes (C) 5802 
Ben Jone« iLah) ilOO-lBSS 



1VORCBSTER [4/&,&U] 

6714 6714 

G. H. AHBOnp (C^ 2Sni Hon. G. H. AllfMjpp 
T. E. Hill (L^ 289C^84 (CJ 

T, R Hm (L) 



6090 
' Hon. G. H, AUsopp 

2882 I CI 

2749-143 ! KW. Howard {L) 
j J, T, Ruahton a) 



2510-813 
79 



VTORCBSTBR BHIRR 

8187 
G.W.HastlogBlU 3685 
F. A. Bosanquet, 
Q.C. (C) 319^-491 



1! AST [96,0871 i v^- 

8187 
G. W. Hasting (LU) 
I Unop. 

Mr. JBojstings ejcpelled, 
I March 30, 1^ <9^J :— 
' Aufiten Chamberlain (LU) 
Unop. 



9827 
Atisten C:!haiaber- 

lain (Lin 5111 

OacaxBrowBingfL) 2617-2SW 



W01tCSaTBR8HIRE» M ID op HROll'inCH [50,3111 

di>S4 i 9484 9768 

J. CorhofcttD J.CorbettCLU> 4031 R, B, Martto (LU) 3890 

Utwp. A. J. Dadsan (L) 2761-1270 T. EL Stephens (L) 3410^70 



WOBCBS^RBSlflRE, 

10.573 
B. Hin^lej (L) 5774 

(C) 2155-3619 



N ORTH [77,fl47J 

10.573 
B. Hingley (LU) 



Unop. 



10.744 



B. Hfngley (L) 

Brldgeinan 



W. C. 



3171-21^ 



WORGESTEHSHIRE, S OUTH or ElVESHAM [19, 



4060 



XFmfL 




Sir R. Tomplo, Bt. 

Arthur Chamber- 
Iain (L) 



ORGESl'EHSHtRB, 



Sir R. Tomplo, BL 

(C) 
D. Pid^eon (L) 



4127 
2391-1736 



I 



Sir E. Lcchmere, 



4525 



S8T, or BEWDIiEY [54, 

msss 

Sir E. Lechmorc* Bt. 
<C) !7aoa3. 



784] 

9986 
Sir E. Lechmer€i. Bt. 

(C) 4170 

F. Irapey (L) 3590-580 

Sir E. Lechmere dietL 
Jan. 22. 1^95 (0914 >:— 
Col. C. W. Long (C) 47BO 
F. Impey (L> 3686-U75 

03SI 



10,091 
. Baldwin (C| 



Unop. 



X^IBSBAt. -^t^KS, BOOH, ^9fc(^ 



J 



POLL-BOOK, 1885-1907. 



363 



1 



1895 

IVOLirSBHAHPTON, S. 

S828 
C. R Villiers (LU) Unop. 
Mr. VUliera died. 
Feb. 3, 1898 <9194J :— 
J. L. Gibbons (LU) 4113 
G. B. Thome {L) iOW^lll 

10,07U 



Sir A- Hickman (C| 4770 
G. R. Thome (L| "" 



3947-S23 



liTOOIiWIGH 

13,158 
ColE,Hugbe8(a68e2 
Bon Joneji (Lab) 3857-2806 



7617 
Hon.G.Il.Allt3Dpp 

(C> 3530 

J, T. HinckH (Q 2328-1202 



WORCEBTERSHIRB, B. 

10, see 

Auston Chamberlain 
(LU) Unop. 



WORCBBl*&R6HlRap K 

&T7y 

R. B. MarUn (LU) 

Ufiop. 



WORCBSl'fiKSHrRBp M. 

ii.aoy 
J,W.WlliiOii(LU) 5012 
R. Waite (L) 4034-968 



1900 

9C14 
Henry Norman (L) 3701 
W. OnltOK (LU) 3332-169 



ll,ifi3 
Sir A. Hickman (C| 



Uiiop. 



CoL E- Hughes (C) Unop, 
CoL HitgheJi resigned. 
April 2S, IdKM (13,^6):— 
Lord C. Bereaford (C) Unop. 
Lord C. Beres/ord resigned. 
March 11, 19C& (16,136) :— 
W. Crooks (Lab) 8e87 
QeoSH^y Drag« (C) diS&-SSS!» 

nm 

Hon. G, H. AUsopp (C) 

Unop. 



13,79ft 
Austen Chubmberlain 
(LU> Uimp. 



ID oi? DROITWICH 

10,175 
R. B. Martin (LUI 4020 
Cecil Harm«worth 
(L) 3752-268 



12,736 
J. W. Wilson <LU) 



Unop. 



WORGBSTBHSHIRB, SOUTH or EVKSHAM 



CoL C, W, Lon^ (C) 



Unop. 



WORCSaTBRSHIRB, H 

10,32B 
A. Baldwin (C> 

Unop, 



10,073 
CoL C. W. Long (C) 



Unop. 



EST, OF BBWDIiBT 

10,3Sg 
A. Baldwin (C> 

Unop. 



1906 



-9974 
Henry Norinan (L) 482S 
Maj. C. H. Villiera 
(LU) 4137-686 



12.707 
T. F. Richards 

(LRQ 5756 

Sir A. Hickman, Bt, 

id 5585-171 



17(870 
W. GrookB <LRC) 9026 
Maj. W. A. Adams 
(Q «»14-2112 



8412 

G. H- Williamaon (C) 38S1 

H. D, Harben (Li 3752-m 

Mr. WaiiaTusan unseated 

onp^itimt. Writ reftmed 

by House of CmnniOTis, 

Dec. 17, mm, 

18,769 
Auaten Chamber- 
lain (LU) 10,129 
J. Moi^ian (L) 5,763^4386 



U,283 
Cecil Harms worth 

ID 5165 

Capt. E. Knight (C) 4611-354 



15,732 
J. W. Wilson (L^ 6008 
W, R. Campion ^LU^ei29-*79 



9756 
CoL C, W. Long (CJ 4385 
Maj. A. W. Biggs (L) 4293-92 



10,231 
A. Baldwin jC) 
G. R, BeuHon (L} 



5912 
2718^194 



\ 



LIBERAL V¥iAB. BOOK, \'^^* 




r 



864 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 
Wyoombe— see Bucfcwoham 
YARMOUTH, OMBA'T [5h 

Sir H. W. Tvler <C) SflSl 
Capt. t;ecil Norton 
(L) 2466-195 

TORK [T5,a21] 
2 Wrtfy- 12,115 
A. E. Pooae L) 5353 
F. Lock wood, Q-C. 

SirF.a. Milnor^Bt. 



Capt. J, D. 



Legard 



4500-670 



4377 



1886 

SHIRK. 

3m} 

Sir H. W. Tyler (C) '3977 
t:ai)L Cecil Norton 
(LI 2011-966 



12,415 
A. E. Pease (L) 4816 

F. Lock wood, Q.C 

^L) 4S10 

Mi^. J. D* Leg*! rd (C) 43^2-45S 
Hoi:i- J. C Dundan 

(LU) 4295 



BJRKSTOH 



YORKSHIRll, 

3111 

Col. R. Ount-er (C) 4600 
T. Ba> ley fL) 261^1906 



YORKSHIRR* BAfiMSIt 

11,034 
C. S. Kenny (L* 6705 
B. C. V. Went- 
worth iC\ 2722-3983 



YORBSHIRR, 

9113 
Ghtie. Sykeft \0) 
J. J, Couflliif (L^ 



ABH [53^292] 
S411 
OoL R, Guiiter tC) Unop. 



BT 1101,037] 

11.0»4 
C. S. Kenny (H 5425 
B. C, V. Went' 

worth {C] 2917-2506 

Mr. Kennu re^iiiriif'it 
March lU 1889 a2,5y3):- 
Earl Compton (L) 6232 
B. (\ V. Went^ 

worth (C^ 37S1-2451 



B0CimO8B [53,265] 

9113 
4081 '. W. A. McArthur (L) 3742 
3783-296 Chris. Sykes (C) 3741-1 

On a surtUinv :— 
Chris. Sykes (C| 3741 

W. A. McArthur iLJ 3735-6 



TORKBHIRB, GIiBmiiiAND f60,010J 

11, 78ft 11,788 

H. F. Poafle (L^ 6948 H. F. Pcrho iL) 

Hon. Guy Dawnay 
(CJ ^5-4103 



Unop. 



irORKBHIRE, COIiHE V ALI«B? [58.377] 
10,8^1 10,881 

H. F, Beaumon t tL} 5388 H . F. Beaumont iLU) 

CoL T. Brooke iC) 45*1-857 Unop. 



LIBKHXL ^^AU ^00¥L, 



1892 



7947 
J. M. Moorsom, Q.C, 

(LJ 
Sir IL W. Tyler (C) 



2972 
270i-5 



llp€05 
J, G. Butcher iC) 
F. Lock wood, Q.C. 

A. E. Pease <L| 



^e 



doao 



Col. R, Gunter (C> 4181 

A. W. Scarr ID 2920-1341 | 



13.613 
Earl (.■ompton (L) 
F, J. B. FoljamW 



6739 
3498-3241 



9035 
An^us Holden (L> 4294 
F. W. FiBon (C^ 3842-4SBS 



ll,07fi 
H. F. Fea^e {L^ 
A. J, Dornian (C) 



43W7 
4m9-34ft 



IIJIO 
Sir J. Kit^n.Bt. iL) 4M7 
J. augdeii iLU> 4281-708 




\Wfe. 



POLL-BOOK, 1S85-1S>07p 



365 



1885 



■ filr J. R. Colomb (C) 3528 
J. M, Mooreom, 

Q,a IL) 2898-635 

roRK 

11,807 

J. G. Butcher fC) 5616 
Sir F» Loekwood, 

ac. iU 5309 

__ K. Peas© (L) 5aiJr-95 
;9£r J^. LocJnvood died. 
Jati* 13, 1898 112,15T> :— 

jpL 53£id 

Sir C. FurnesB (LJ 5648-11 



1S00 



Sir J. K. Colomb (C) 



Unop. 



G. D. Faber«^) 

Unop. 



Lord CBere^ord resigned. 
Feb. «, 1900 (12,5^):— 
G. D. Faber (C> 624S 
The Miietor of Eli- 
bank fU 4Slg-U% 



YORKSHIBB, BA1IK6T 

903d 
CdL R, Qunter IC) 

Ifnifp, 



Y^ORKSBIIIB, 

14,181 



B&BlfSI# 



£&rl ComptoiMD 6830 
Copt. Hon. R.H.F. 

GrevillG fC) 4«53-2167 
jESctrf OotiLpton micceeded 

to peerage a^s Lord 

I^orth a mpton, 
Oct. '2S, 1897 a4,B05) :- 
JoHcpb Walton (L) S744 
J. Blyth (C) ai64^3^0 

Pete Currftn (ILP) IQOl 

YORKBHIBB, BIICKBO 

mi 

Ansua Holden (L^ I07Q 
T.C. E.Goff(C> 3886-80 



Y0R£flHntB, GliBITBL. 

1(I,M* 
H. R Peaec (L) 4782 
i:oL K. Ropiier (C) 417*-587 
Mr. jPea^e died. 



OH ASH 

927« 
CoL R. Gunber ^C) C7fMj». 
Sir E, aunter died. 
OcL 13; 1905 (10.212^ :- 
J. O. Andrews (L) 437S 
a R, L»i)e.Fox <CJ 4148-228 

HT 

lfi,948 
Joseph Walton (L) 7549 
A. W. Groser (Q 435»-3!83 



Jan. 12, 18^ m,4Mh 
A-.lLPflose(L) 



CoL Ropner iO 



&90R 
4060-1428 



YORKBRIRB, COtiHB IT 

10,712 
8tr J. KJtscm, Bt. ID 4276 
H. TlMniiaa (Q 3737-539 
"^ ^- ilILP^ 1245 



Lttko White (Lj 4063 

Meysej-Th( 



E. C* Meyse j-Thomp- 



Tom Mann I 



38efi-91 



AND 

12,177 
A. E. Pease (L> Unop, 

Mr, Pease reaigned. 
Nov. 5, 1902 iVim) :- 
Herbert Samuel (L) aS94 
Qeoffi^f BragG (C) 3796-3068 



ii^cei 

Sir X Kiteon, Bt.^L) 4I»9 
W. G. Bagnail IC) 4l7H"52ri 



4071 



1906 



9ieB 

A. Foil (C) 

J. M. Whft« (L^ 



13,864 
Hamar Greenwood 

iU 6413 

G. D. Faber (C) 0108 

J. O. Butcher, ICC. 

{€) 8004^14 

Q. H* Stuart (LRC) 4573 



10,286 
G. R, Lane- Fox {€] 4894 
J, O. Andrews (LJ 1246-048 



19,S6I 

JoA«ph Walton (L) Uiwp. 



10,151 
Lulte Whites (L) 5296 
Vlsct. Garnock (G) 3834-1008 



13,086 
Herbert Samuel (Li 



Uu'Op. 



11,503 
9ip X Kitdon, Bt. (L) 

UjWfp. 
Sir J. Kit sou ruined to peer- 



I«IBBHAX4 TfBAR BOOK, IWft, 



J 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



1885 

YORKSHIRSt 

13,157 
W. S. Shirlq}^ [L] 
Horn. A, E, Ga- 
thcjriic-Hardy (C^ ITOO-USO 



I 1686 

DO NC ASTER m.mi\ 

13457 
W. S. Shirley (U a<WO 
Hon. W. H. W. Fitz- 

williftm <LU) 4792-388 

Mr. Shiriey re^ipned. 
Feb. 23. 1888 03,2521 :— 
Hon. W. H. W. Fitas- 



5«80 



YORKSHIBM, ELLAND 

11,851 
T. Wajnmn (U eal*^ 
Capt. F\ ( ■* Ra>^ch 

(C) :fr45r-ao6a 



William (LU^ 
J. S. Balfour (L) 

11,851 
T. Wayman (L) 



5423-211 



Unop. 



irOHlESHIRB, HALI^AM SHIRK [BOaOSJ 



13.17B 
Sir F. T. Mappin, Bt. (L> ) 
Unop. 



13.176 
F. T. Muppin (H 64oi 
Hon.W.<5.W.ritz- 
wllliam (C| 4ial-2003 

YORKSHIHB, HOX«IlBHHES3 [12J50J 

yii3 ' 9ii3 

Comr. G. R, Bethel 1 Comr. G, R. Betiiell (O) 

I CI 4166 ih 

Col, Q. Smith (L^ 3537-^9 < 

YORKSHIRR, HOLMFIIRTH 1634801 

10.170 I 10,770 

H. J. AYilstm (L^ ft308 j H. X Wilson (L) 

CoL Hon. H. Lagge ' 

(C) 31^-3044 

YOMKSHIRR, HQWBBN 
9502 
A. Duncorabe (CJ 4525 . 

A. G. Shioll (L^ 3331-1191 



1892 



14,&21 
V. J. Fiomine (L) fiBSl 
Hon. W. H. W, Fits- 
wUliam (LU) 565(2-279 



13,437 

T. Wayinaii iL) 6497 

J. Fitzalan Hope <C } 3676-1821 



14,«0a 
Sir F. T. Mappin, Bt, (L) 

Unop. 



™jp. 



5322 
W, Armltage(LU) 2780-2542 

SHIRR [50,065] 

9502 

A, DuncoTttbo (C) 



9fl70 
Cromr. G. R, BetheU 

(€» 4158 

J. H. Anderson iL) 3993-4© 



TORKSHIRB, KRIQHKi 

10,072 
I§aac Holden (L) 5644 
W. H. C. Dunbm 

m 

YORKSHIRB« MORLRY 

11,467 
C. Mtities GaskeU 

iU 6684 

J. J. D. Jeifer>Km 

(C) 3177-3507 

TORKSHIBB, NOHHAlf 

11,479 
B. Pickard ^L) 561o 
Mad.A.H.Charlee- 
worfch [Q 3706-1909 



BY [70,426] 

10,072 
Isaac Holden (L) 



[70,929j 

ll,lfi7 
C. MUnm Gaskell iU 



YORKSHIRi:. OSGOLDC 

10,3^2 
airJ.W.Ramftden 
BL {L} 5153 

IL Hardy (Q 3053-2100 



Unop, 



Uncp. 



Unop, 



TON [8f>,296] 

11,479 
B. Pickard (Xf 4771 
Mnj. A. H, Charles- 
worth iQ) 3724-1047 



ROSS [81 ,'2221 

10,332 
J. AuHt!n tL) 4008 

Sir J. W, Ramt^en, 



12.197 
H. J. Wilson (L> 
H. Thomas (C) 



5G40 
3317-2323 



9499 
Capt. W. H. Wllaon- 

Todd {C\ 39W 

J. T. Woodhoufle {L) aOIS-^SO 



13,064 
Isaac Holdcn (L^ 



13,^43 
A. E, Button (L^ 
W. Can- \!C\ 



13,000 
B. Pickard (L) 
P. Tew (CI 



12;615 
J, Austin {\j) 
C. B. BobHOn (C| 



Unapt 



£818 
385&-2l6^ 



6134 
3803-2331 



5100 
3284-187« 




^IBBSRAI- YBKK IIOOT?^, ^Wft, 



i 



1895 



POLL BOOK, 1885-1907. 
1900 



mn 



TORK8HIBS, DONGAS 

14,247 
F, W. Fison tC) fiosa 
Joseph Walton (L) 5967-141 



TSR 

16/276 
F. W. FiMH iV\ 
e. W. Black {V\ 



Hol2 
6ll7-3fl5 



, TOItKeiIIRl!i ELLAND 

12,526 
T. Wayiimn {L> 5387 
A. T. Clay (C) 5081-306 

Mr. JVaymdxn remaned, 
Mtu-cb B, 1899 {I2,m} :— 
C, P. Trevolyan (LJ 6011 
R S. Foster <C) 5067-984 

70BK8KIRB, HAIiLAH 

(14,4^ 
Sir F. T. Muppin, 
Bta.) 51*49 I 

F. S. Habchard (G^ 3064^896 
TORX6U11IB, HOLDBH 
Comr. G. R. Beth- 
ell iC\ 4512 
B. f; Haw kHley (L} 348^1027 
TORHSHIBE, HOI^HFI 
ll,Hi3 
H. J. Wilson (L) 5001 
G. E. Raiiie (D) a450-!&42 

TORKSHIRfi, HO WHEN 

Capt. W. H. Wilgon- 
Tf>dd <C) 

YORKSHlltE, HEIOUL 

11,977 
X Brlggr (L) 5036 

W, Bairsbow |€r) 4106^^0 

TaRKSHIRB, MORLEir 

13 30() 
A. E, Hntton (L) 5834 
W. Carr (C) 4106^1668 



13J4« 
C. P. Trevolyan {14 6151 
Maj. E. F* Loate* 
(C^ 4312-1642 



SHIBB 

15,010 
Sir F. T, Mappln, 

F. S. Hatchard tC| 4938-1730 



NESS 



9710 



A, S. Wilaon (C) „... 

A. J. Lawrle (I.) 2810-1787 



4597' 



U/223 
H. J. Wilson (Li 4505 
Maj. Hon. K. M. 
Stuart- Wortley {C) 3738-767 

SHIRB 

9167 
Capt. W. H, Wilson- 
Todd I CI 

Unop, 

BY 

J, Bri^ (L| 6432 

W. Btur^tow {€} 4792-640 



14,049 
A. E. Button iU 6428 
W.B.Itoj'd Carpen- 
ter (C) 3888-2540 



TORKSHIRE, NORMAN TOH 

I2.9y8 



B» PJckard (L) 549tt 

D' A, B. Wilson (C) 3941-1558 



YORKBHIRB:, OSGOLIIC 

13,083 
SlrJ.Austin^t-lL) 51 19 
J. Harlirig (C) 4054-1065 
Sir J. Austin rem^rn^d. 
July J, isay {UfOOlfl ;— 
Sir J. Austin, BL 

a m Roberts (U 28350^2923 



13.100 



B. Hckard (L) 502S 
C.L. KayeiC) 3806-1419 
Mr. Pickard died, 
March 1, 1904 (14,8fl8( :— 
W. Parrott |L» 6855 
M. Dormaii (CJ *i90^3948 

ROSS 

14,6^ 
Sir J. Austin, Bt. 

au 

Dr. V. H. Rutker 
ford (L) 



1906 



18,683 
C. N. Nicholfton (LJ 9315 
Sir F. W. Fifion, Bu 
(O 5616-^980 



13,8!^ 
C. P,Tr©velyaE (L^ 7609 
Sir T. H. Brooko- 
HltctiinK (C| 3Sie2-3fti7 



18,085 
J. Wadttworth 

(Lab) 8375 

F. A. KoHey (C) 6807-1568 

10.117 
A. S. WUson (Cj 4441 

E. J. Wilberforc© (L> 4411-30 



12,219 
H. J, WUaon (L) 
S. G. Jcjbb (C^ 



6850 
2877-4173 



9883i 
Col. H. B. Harmon- 

Broad] ey (C^ 4763 

Percy Benson (L) 4150-613 



13,125 



J. Brigg (L) 

W. M. Ac worth 

W. Newlovo (Soc) 

15460 
A. K. Hutton (L) 



5322 



3229-2093 
3102 



Uiiop. 



15,474 
Fred HalML & Lab} UTwp. 



Mr. Parrettt died. 
Nov. 27. 1005 (15/288) :- 
Fred Hall (L & Lab) 



Vfwp, 



5609 



16.935 
J. Compton Rick- 
ettiL) 84^2 



TyTB^RAL ^FA^K BOOK, AW^, 




L 



868 



THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 






Sir A. Fali-batrn 



6060 
98IS-1407 



124A 



TORKSHIRBj PUD8BY 

11 @OT 
B. Pii&9tikF'(L) 6363 
S. W, Duncan {C) 4a3&-2324 

YORKSHIBB, RIOHMO 

ll,2»7 
8ir R A, Mllbank, 

Bk (L) laee 

G. W, Elliot IC^ 432(N5i9 

TORKSHIRS, RIPON ((% 

9049 
W. Korker {J4 3985 
J. L. Wharton (C) 3830-165 

TORK6HIRB, ROTHBR 

10,730 
A. H. D. Adand 

(L> 6901 

Maj, W.Hoole (0> 3^58-4013 



X Borran ^L) 
Sir A. Fairbairn 
(LU) 3d6l-8S4 

(£(2,0621 

11 389 
By Priestley ih 58OT 
A* W. Rilcker {LU| 4036-1171 

MB [50,7SOJ 

11.237 
G. W. Elliot (C) 4810 
£. R Turton (L,» SSfiO-SSl 

.448] 

9040 
J. K WhartoQ (Cj 4113 
C. A. Ponsonby (L) 125-98S 

HAH [101.01^1 

10J30 
A. H. D. Acland 

(L) 51i&S 

F. J. R FoXlambe 
ILU) 2070-5086 



70RKBHIRB], BHIPIiBT 

14,067 



J- Craven ^L) 
L. Hardy (C> 



4825-2197 



rORKSHlRB, SKIPTOH 

10,796 
Sir M. Wilson, Bt 
(L^ 5099 

TORKBHmB. aOW&RB 



E. Croedey (L) 6427 
Sir F. G. Miinor, 
BL(C> 2900-3467 



y/ 



TORK8HIR13, SPBH YA 

9645 
J, Woodbead^L) 5826 
J. B. Gladstone IC) 2783-3044 

YORKBHIRV, THZRSK 

12,f07 
CoL Hon. L. P. 

Dawnay(C) 3968 
E. R. Turton (L) 4503^1463 

YORKSHIRB, WHETBT 

11,350 
S. W. Beckett (C) 6049 
A.Fe&8e(L) I709<S40 



1SB6 



,776] 



r6S>689l 

14,067 
J, Craven <L^ 



E7fio]?. 



[64^7] 

10,796 
W. Morrison tLU> 4423 
Sir M. WUBon, Bt. 
(L) 4289-134 

T [68,024] 

11,304 

E. Croedey (L> 

Unop. 



liLBY i^^m 



4542 



B. C. Bonlter{LU) 2200-2342 



AND HAIi^Oir [57,915] 

12,637 
CoU Hon, L. P. Daw- 
nay (C) Unop. 



(&1»204] 

11,350 
K W. Beckett (C) 5078 
CoU J. M. Clay hills 



1892 

11,557 I 

J. BarraniD 4713 

M. D'A, Wyvill (C[ 4023^901 



13 954 
B, Priestley (L^ 5687 
E. Woodhonse tC> 4024^.801 



10,689 
G. W. EUlofcfc) 
E. R. Turton tL) 



4340 
4181-m 



10,199 
J. L. Wharton (C) 4268 
H. Le^thani (L) 3637-611 

I3v551 
A, H. D. Acland (L) 6567 
G, S, Foljambe (LU) 28a9-S» 



14,759 



W. P. Byles (L) 
T.P«0lAU) 



5746 
5464-2SS 



12.087 
C. S. Roundell iI4 4700 
W. Morrison (LU) 4608-Sfl 



11,983 ' 

J, W. Mellor, Q.C, 

(Li 5764 

H. T. Crook (C) 3324-^24^ 



11,088 

T. R Whittafcer 

F. Mlia (C) 



3474-1491 



J. Grant Lawaon 



Eeckitt (L) 



a 



SBBO 

3&41-29i4 



10,801 

E. W. Beckett [C] 

F. Pynmn (L> 



4909 
383S.10S 



LIBBRAX. ^^i^^ ^<^"^^^ ^"^^^ 



POLI^BOOK, 1885-1907, 



mdf 



1@S& 

M, D'A. Wrvill iC] 4670 
Sir J, BRrran, Bt. 
iU 






TOMKSHIRE, PUDBSST 

13,774 
B. Prlestlev (L^ 5^€ 
Sir A. Fiilrbflirri 
(LU> fl07{M70 

¥ORKSHIRB, RICHMO 

10,089 
J, Hvtton (C ) i55& 

K. R. Turton {U 3971^4 



ORKSHIHB, HIPOH 

10.219 
J. L. Wharton (C) i43.j 
E. C, Pfalliimore (L) 3733-702 

TOHKSHlltia, ROTBBR 

14,227 
A. H. D. Acland ID Unop. 
Mr. Acland resigned. 
Feb. 23. mm (U,7m :- 
W. H. Holland (L) 6H71 
IL H. V. Wrfigge 
<C> 4714-1957 

YORKSHIRE, SHIPLEY 

i4,aT3 

J. F. Flaimerv fLU( dWQ 
W. P. Byle^i (L) a921-7g 

YORKSHIRE* 8K1PTOK 

11,090 
W. MoiTlion (LUI 4B02 
J» A. Fan^r (L) 4763-139 ' 

TORKSKIRE, SOWERB| 

J. W. Mellor, Q.C. 

(L) 5328 

J. C. BaiJej' (C( 3753-1575 



1900 

12,138 
J. H. Duncan \U 5327 
M. ITA. Wyvill (C) 4747-580 



14..>73 
G. WMMey {L| 5973 
E. B. Fftber {V} 5424-549 

HD 

J. Hutton (1) 1573 

Hon. G, Howjird 

<L) 3117-1456 



11.004 
J. 1j. Wharton (C) 



UTityp. 



HAM 

15,3^25 
W. H, Holland (L| 6926 
IL H. V. Wragge 
CCI 5021-lflC& 



YORKSHIRE, SFEM TA 

I0,4y2 
T. P. Whittftkev (L) ^7flO 
F. Kills Id 387»^21 

TOHHSHIBE, THIRSK 

12,475 
J. Grant Law^on iC) 

Unop. 

YORKSHIBE, WHITBY 

10.760 
E. W. Be<jkett (C) 

Unop. 



U,9&Q 
Sir J. F.FlfiDnery<LU)tffi84 
P. Illlngworfch (L) «223-^ 

lLa«5 
F. Whitley Thomson 

(L) 5130 

W. MorrL'^ofi (T.U) 5007-132 

11 VOS 
X W. Mcllor,'Q.C. ^ 

iU 5528 I 

J. C. Bttiley {C} 4087-1461 
Mr. MeUor res^-imied. 
July 1. 1904 {12.311) :— 
J. B. Highajn {U 6049 
W. Hinchliffe (C) 3877-2173 

£jIiEY 

10,8.18 
T. R WTiittakera.)50fi8 
W* Glossop (C) 3859-1415 

AKD MALTOH 

12;3fl5 
J. Grant Law son (C) 

Unop, 



1906 

12.670 
J. H. Duncan ih] €807 
W. W. Thompson 

iC) 46;5^16J9 



IS.fXiO 
G. Whitolcy (U 7043 
CoL i\ Foi-d {LUI 35il-3a03 



1(1112 
F. D. Aoland <L) U7^ 
Loiid KonaldsHhay 

(C) 43B8-H>2 

12,fi35 
H. F. B. Lynch {L) 5645 
J. L. Wharton {C} 5332-313 



18.482 
Sir W, H. Holland 

if-i| Unop. 



16.295 
P. Illingivorth (L) Unop. 



12.707 
W. Clough (L^ ,5834 

R. F. KonndcH ((') ;ie01'233 



12 492 
J, S, Hlgham (U fl482 
W. Hin cih H ffe (f ) 40^=244« 



11,300 
T. P. Whittakcr 

(L) gd66 

R. Johnsoti {C\ 3092-2864 



12 888 
Vii^ct, Hf ImKloy <C) 5848 
J. J. Brigg (L) 5044-804 



10.7*0 

E. W. Beckett |C) Ujwp. 
Mr. Beckett succteded to 

peerage {Lard Qrimthorpfc>. 
Jun e 1, 1905 m,mi\ \— \ 

Nool Buxton {i.) 45« > 
Gervase Beck6t-t^C> 4\0ir44& 



ll»2a3 
Hon, O. Beckett (C) 
Noel Buxton {LJ 



4780 
470fr-71 



N$ 



I'THBTRAX YBJA.^ BOOK, \Wft* 



370 



SUBJECT INDEX. 



lTh4 fmrm* of Principal Sti€t^i4m9 of ths YEAti Book are prinfM in hsavier hpt, 
F(tr Prmpipal Cuntmts sw at bttginnhi^ af voluim after Preface] 




PAGE 

Aoti* pafiscd ill 19r*7 179 

Anay and Navy Exponditure .«. ti2 

JIuoelatlons, Soi^lellaB and ,.. 17 

B&lonce Slieett The Hatltinal .. 112 

Bills, Parliamentary ... ... - t*R 

BioKmphles for Libemls ,. ... ia2 

Blocking Molion« ia Parliament m 
BookB for LtberalB^ K ShoFt 

Bibllcigrapliy for the use of 

X,lb«rai«... .,. lari 

Brltlah Over-tea Trade 135 

BndiTot, The. In Houb« of Commons* 97 
Baaii)68H. Parllamcntory Arrange- 

ment of - ." ". 97 

By- E 1 ec 1 1 on ■ , Con tested , 190d-t 2( k5 

By-BlectlaiiB, Lrf>es and Oaln .., 2m 
By-Eleotionsi, Peen* whose Death 

causes «. ... ». 80 

f3axididates' BzpeneeB, Parlla- 

mentaFy Sleet lana in 

Candtdaturea, PapllaineiitaFy 116 

Churoh Q.ueationH, Booka for Liber- 

ak on 1^ 

Citizenship, Democracy and, Booka 

for Libemls on - ..■ 153 

Civil Servioo Expenditure 142 

Clubs, PFlnclpal LlbeFal, ^Bntf- 

land and Wales) i»B 

duhs. Principal London ... ... 176 

CobdenClnb .. - H 

Commit toes. Parliamentary Dfi 

Commerce, Bookd for Liberals on ... 175 

Commerce (United KingdoEi^ ... 144 

CoKunlulciiiB; Royal ... ... 19^ 

dommons. The House of ^ 

CommonH, the House of. Adjourn- 

ment of ^ 

GosLftionSr the Houaa of, Gom- 

poaltlonof , 2CM 

CommonH, the House of, Constit- 
ution of ... ... 9S 

Commons, The Rouee of. Poll 

Book, ISSS- 190T 20i-36» 

Gotnmona, The House of, Prln- 

oipalomoi&lB ... 91 

CammonBt Th& Houie of, Re- 

Bi»lutionm in fflOT - 1T7 



Commoni, The Rouse of* fies- 

sional StatistloB 

Condition of People (United King- 
dom)' ... ... ,., 

(Conduct. Parllamentaiy 
Consepvatlire Members of 

House of Commons 
Constituencies, ParllameataTy 
t'onstitution, the, and Political 
Hcienco, Books for Llberali* on ,. 
Contested By Eleottons, 1906-7 
Co-operation, Bookfj for Liberals on 
Customs and Inland Revenue Ex- 
penditure... 



\ 



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P&rllaraen t, Houses of, A dmi Motion to 95 
P&rllament mud Papil&Rient- 

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Parliamentary Caodidatuf^a 
ParliajiiQiitary Conatltuaiielea 
ParllBtneBtapy Cotistltuflii- 

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ParllamentaFy Election £ie«* 

pensest 1906 

Parliamentary Election Of- 

fexieaa 
Parltamontary El«otLoiui— Can- 
didates' Bjcpanaoi 
Parliamentary Franchise, The 
Parliamentary Pi-lvata Seci«A- 

taries to MlniatePB 

Parliamentary Vacaneiaa 
Parliamenta sinoo tlie HefOFKn 

Act, 1S3» 

Party Majoritiea at Gfincral 

Elections 

Peers. LiHt of 

PeeFB witti Halra In Housa of 

Oommons 

Petitions, Pari lam ent^iry 
Political Panslons .,. 
Polttloal Scieneo ami the Consti- 
tution, Books for Ubcrak on 
Poll Book, Tba Bouva of Com- 

mona, IBSG-IOOT 2^-Sm 

Poor Law. Booki^ for Liberals on ... 1?2 
PoveHyt HookF for Litaerals on ... 172 
Prima Miniatara since the Re- 
form JLot, 1S32 
Private SecjpetarleBt Parlia- 
mentary, to MLnlfltapt 

Protection, Free Trade and. Books 
f or Llberala on ..* 



Questions* PartlamentaiT - 

/ B&tlng, Fbmwce, Taxation and, 

BookB for L i herala on 

M^duGti&n of Hfttles^l B^iat ... 



Betflatration, England and 

lilFalaa 

Registration, Saoiland 

ttegistpattonj Women Qcou- 

piers ... .., 

Refifgnatjon of Seata In Hotm© of 

Conim^on*!.., 

Resolution a Paaeed hy the 

House of Commons In. 1907 
Revenue from Estata Duties... 
Royal Assent to Parliamentary Bills 
Royal Commissions 



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203 

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141 

111 

117 
105 

201 
113 

201 

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102 
151 

171 



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201 



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103 



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