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[The late Parliament was dissolved on March 24, 1880; and the Writs were
returnable on the 29th of April following, when the new Parliament met for the despatch of business for the First Session of the Twenty-second Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.]
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORS.— In“ The Representation of the People Act, 1867,” the qualifications for the various Franchises are ated :
Section 3—Occupation Franchise for Voters in Boroughs.
First Lord of the Treasury and Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone.
Chancellor of the E.rchequer
Right Hon. Lord Selborne.
Right Hon. Lord Carlingford. First Lord of the Admiralty
Right Hon. Earl of Northbrook. Secretary of State for the Home} Right Hon. Sir W. Vernon Harcourt. Secretary of State for the Foreign Right Hon. Earl Granville.
Department . Secretary of State for
Right Hon. Earl of Kimberley.
Right Hon. Marquis of Hartington. Secretary of State for the War
Right Hon. H. C. E. Childers.
Right Hon. W. E. Forster.
} Right Hon. J. G. Dodson. Board
The abuve constitute the Cabinet.
Sir A. D. Hayter, bart.
Mr. John Holms.
Mr. C. C. Cotes.
Right Hon. Lord R. Grosvenor.
Lord F. Cavendish.
Sir R. W. Lingen. (Perm.)
Right Hon. A. J. Mundella.
Hon. Sir A. Liddell. (Perm.)
Lord Tenterden. (Perm.) Under Secretaries to the colonies Mr. L. Courtney. Department .
Mr. Robert G.-W. Herbert. (Perm.)
Viscount Enfield. Under Secretaries of State for India
Sir Louis Mallet, C.B. (Perm.)
Earl of Morley.
Mr. Campbell-Bannerman. (Pinan.) Department.
Mr. R. W. Thompson, C.B. (Perm.)
Right Hon. H. Fawcett.
Sir J. Lambert. (Perm.)
Hon. Evelyn Ashley.
Mr. T. H. Farrer. (Perm.)
Vice-Admiral Lord John Hay.
Rear-Admiral A. H. Hoskins.
Sir T. Brassey. Secretaries to the Admiralty .
| Mr. G.-O. Trevelyan.
(Perm.) Field-Marshal commanding in-Chief Duke of Cambridge. Adjutant-General
General Sir C. H. Ellice. Quartermaster-General .
General Sir Garnet Wolseley. Judge Advocate General
Right Hon. G. Osborne Morgan. Paymaster-General
Lord Wolverton. Attorney-General .
Sir Henry James. Solicitor-General
Sir Farrer Herschell.
Note.-A change of Administration causes the retirement of all the
persons mentioned above, except the Commander of the Forces, the Adjutant-General, the Quartermaster-General, and the permanent Under-Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, and of the Admiralty.
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,-RI. HON. SIR II.-BOUVERIE-WILLIAM BRAND.
Lancashire, S.E. *Ainsworth, D.
Cumberland, W. *Akers-Douglas, A.
Kent, E. Alexander, Claud
Ayrshire, s. *Allen, H. G.
Pembroke. Alleu, William-Shepherd.. Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordsh. • Allman, R.-L...
Amory, Sir John-Heathcote, bart. Tiverton, Devonshire.
Salford. * Armitstead, G.
Dundee. * Arnold, A.
Salford. * Asher, Alexander
Elgiu. + Ashley, Hon. A.-Evelyn-M.
Isle of Wight. Aylmer, Captain
Maidstone. Bailey, Sir Joseph-Russell, bart... Herefordshire. * Baldwin, Enoch..
Tamworth. Barclay, James W.
Forfarshire. Baring, Lord
Winchester. Baring, Thomas-Charles
Essex, s. Barne, F.-St.-John N.
Suffolk, E. Barnes, A.
Derbyshire, E. Barran, John
Leeds. Barry, J.
Wexford County Bartlett, A.
Eye. Barttelot, Sir Walter-Barttelot, bt. Sussex, W. Bass, Hamar- Alfred
Tamworth. Bass, Michael-Artbur
Westmoreland. * Bellingham, A.-H.
Louth. Bentinck,Rt. Hon.G.-A.-Cavendish Whitehaven, Cumberland. Bentinck, G.-William-Pierrepoint Norfolk, W. Beresford, G.-de la Puer
Armagh. * Biddell, W..
Suffolk, W. Biddulph, Michael
Herefordshire. Biggar, Joseph-Gillis.
Cavan County. Birkbeck, Edward
Norfolk, N. Birley, Hugh
Manchester. * Bissett, F.
Somerset, W. Blackburn, Colonel Ireland. Lancashire, S. W. * Blake, J.-A.
Waterford County Blennerhassett, Rowland-Ponsonby Kerry. * Blennerhassett, Sir R.
Kerry. *Bolton, J. C.
Stirling County. Boord, Thomas-William
Greenwich, Kent. *Borlase, W.-C.
Cornwall, E. Bourke, Right Hon. Robert. King's Lynn.