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[The late Parliament was dissolved on January 26, 1874; the Writs were returnable on the 5th of March following; and the new Parliament met, for the despatch of business, March 5th, 1874, for the First Session of the Twenty-first Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.]

N.B.-By Act 5 and 6 William IV., cap. 36, the time of taking the Poll in Boroughs, at all contested Elections in England and Wales, is limited to One Day. By Act 31 & 32 Victoriæ, cap. 58, § 16, the time is prolonged for certain Contributory Boroughs in Wales.

By Act 5 and 6 William IV., cap. 78, § 5, the time of taking the Poll at all Borough Elections, in Scotland, is limited to One Day.

By Act 10 and 11 Victoriæ, cap. 81, the time of taking the Poll at all Borough Elections, in Ireland, is limited to One Day.

By Act 16 and 17 Victoriæ, cap. 15, the time of taking the Poll at all County Elections, in England and Wales, is limited to One Day.

By Act 16 and 17 Victoriæ, cap. 28, the time of taking the Poll at all County Elections in Scotland (except Orkney and Shetland), is limited to One Day.

By Act 35 and 36 Victoriæ, Rule 2, County or District Borough elections to take place within Nine Days after receiving the Writ, giving Three Days clear Notice. Borough elections to take place within Four Days after receiving the Writ, giving Two Days clear Notice.

By Act 6 and 7 Victoriæ, cap. 18, § 36, Electors resident in one part of the County, and claiming to vote for property in another, may vote near their place of residence, on making a claim at the Revision Court, according to the Forms 7 or 8, in the Schedule A of Registration Forms, p. 241.

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORS.-In "The Representation of the People Act, 1867," the qualifications for the various Franchises are enumerated :

Section 3-Occupation Franchise for Voters in Boroughs.
Section 4-Lodger Franchise for Voters in Boroughs.
Section 5-Property Franchise for Voters in Counties.
Section 6-Occupation Franchise for Voters in Counties.

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Right Hon. Ward Hunt.

Right Hon. Lord John Manners.

Right Hon. Sir Michael Beach.
Right Hon. G. Sclater-Booth.
Right Hon. Viscount Sandon.

Right. Hon. Thomas E. Taylor.
H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge.
Right Hon. Lord Henry Lennox.
Viscount Mahon.
Rowland Winn, esq.
Sir J. Elphinstone, bart.

Admiral Sir Alexander Milne.

Vice Admiral Sir John-Walter Tarleton. Captain Lord Gilford.

Sir Massey Lopes, bart.

Right Hon. Sir C.-B. Adderley.
William-Henry Smith, Esq.
W. Hart Dyke, Esq.

R. R. W Lingen, Esq.

(Perm.)

(Sir H. Selwin-Ibbetson, bart.
Hon. Adolphus-F.-O. Liddell. (Perm.)
Hon. R. Bourke.

Lord Tenterden. (Perm.)

Under Secretaries for the Colonies James Lowther, esq.

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{Robert G. W. Herbert, esq. (Perm.)

Earl of Pembroke.

Hon. H. F. Stanley.

Captain Vivian. (Perm.)
Lord George Hamilton.

Sir Louis Mallet, C.B. (Perm.)
Hon. A. Egerton.

Vernon Lushington, esq. (Perm.)
Sir R. Baggallay.

Sir J. Holker

Right Hon. Stephen Cave.
Earl Beauchamp.

Earl Percy.

Lord Henry Somerset.
Marquis of Hertford.
Viscount Barrington.
Earl of Bradford.
Marquis of Exeter.
Lord Skelmersdale.
Earl of Hardwicke.

Major-General Lord Alfred Paget.
Col. G.-A. Maude, C.B.

Scotland.

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Right Hon. Edward-S. Gordon.
W. Watson, esq.

Ireland.

Duke of Abercorn.

(In commission.)

Attorney-General

Solicitor-General

Right Hon. John Ball.
H. Ormsby, esq.

Note. A change of Administration causes the retirement of all the persons mentioned above, except the Commander of the Forces, the permanent Under-Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, and of the Admiralty, the Clerk Marshal, and the Crown Equerry.

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Those Members to whose Names an Asterisk is prefixed thus (*), were not in the late Parliament at the dissolution.

Those with a (†) do not sit for the same places as in the late Parliament. (8) Double Returns.

SPEAKER,-RIGHT HON. H.-BOUVERIE-WILLIAM BRAND. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES,-HENRY CECIL RAIKES, Esq.

Acland, Sir Thomas-Dyke, bart... Devon, North.

Adam, William-Patrick....

Adderley, Rt. Hon. Sir C.-Bowyer

Agnew, Robert Vans

*Alexander, Claud

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Clackmannan and Kinross-shire.

Staffordshire, North.

Wigtonshire.

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Ayrshire, South.

Somersetshire, East.

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordsh.

Staffordshire, East.

Worcestershire, East.

*Amory, Sir John-Heathcote, bart. Tiverton, Devonshire.

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*Anstruther, Sir Windham C.J. C. bt. Lanarkshire, South.

Antrobus, Sir Edmund, bart.
Archdale, William-Humphrys

*Arkwright, A.-P.

*Arkwright, Francis

Arkwright, Richard

*Ashbury, James-Lloyd

*Ashley, Hon. A.-Evelyn-M..

Assheton, Ralph

*Astley, Sir John-D. bart.
Backhouse, E.

Baggallay, Sir Richard.
Bagge, Sir William, bart.

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Bailey, Sir Joseph-Russell, bart.. *Balfour, A.-J.

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Wilton, Wilts.

County of Fermanagh.

Derbyshire, North.

Derbyshire, East.

Leominster, Herefordshire.
Brighton.

Poole.

Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Lincolnshire, North.
Darlington, Durham.
Surrey, Mid Division.
Norfolk, West.
Herefordshire.

Hertford.

Kincardineshire.
Dublin University.

Taunton, Somersetshire.
Forfarshire.

Essex, South.
Eye, Suffolk.
Sussex, West,
Staffordshire, East.

Derby.

Bedfordshire.

Plymouth, Devon.

Bates, Edward

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Devizes, Wilts.

Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Montrose.
Manchester.

Beach, Rt. Hn. Sir Michael- E.-H. bt. Gloucestershire, East.

Beach, William-W. Bramston

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Bentinck, George-A.-Cavendish .. Whitehaven, Cumberland.

Bentinck, G.-William-Pierrepoint Norfolk, West.

Berkshire.

*Beresford, Lord C.-W.-de la Poer Waterford County.

Beresford, Colonel F. Marcus .... Southwark.

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