22 NAMES OF MEMBERS RETURNED TO SERVE IN PARLIAMENT.
N A M E.
England and Walesâ€”continued.
Stanley Owen Buckmaster, K.C
of 1, Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, elected in the place of Sir John Brigg, deceased.
Stanley Owen Buckmaster, K.C.,
re-elected on accepting the office of H.M.
Sir Swire Smith, of The Manor, Sterton, near Keighley, Yorks, elected in the place of Sir Stanley Owen Buck-master, K.C.,
who accepted the office of Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain.
William Henry Somervell, of Brantfield, Kendal, WestmorÂ¬ land, elected in the place of Sir Swire Smith, deceased.
Percy Holden Illingworth, of Westwood, Clayton Heights near Bradford, Barrister-at-law.
Oswald Partington, of Bolney House, Ennismore Gardens, London, S.W.,
elected in the place of the Right Hon.
Percy Holden Illingworth, deceased.
John Sharp Higham, of The Corner, Birkdale, Southport, Cotton Manufacturer.
Charles Philips Trevelyan, of Cambo, Morpeth---
Gerald Ashburner France, of Newbiggin Hill, Newcaslte-on-Tyne.
Frederick Hall, of Rawmarsh Hill, Parkgate, Rotherham, Miners' Agent.
Charles Leach, of Springfield, Canonbury Park South, London, N.
Frederick William Mallalieu, of Larkwood, Delph, near Oldham, elected in the place of Charles Leach, Esq.,whose
seat became vacant pursuant to the provision of the Lunacy (Vacating of Seats) Act, 1886.
Henry Joseph Wilson, of Osgarthorpe Hills, Sheffield, Smelter and Refiner.
Sydney Arnold, of Westbourne Hale, Cheshire, Stockbroker, elected in the place of Henry Joseph Wilson, Esq.,
who accepted the Stewardship of Northstead.
Sir Joseph Walton, of Rushpool, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, YorkÂ¬ shire, Coal Owner and Merchant.
John Wadsworth, of 2, Huddersfield Road, Barnsley, SecreÂ¬ tary of the Yorkshire Miners' Association.
The Right Hon.
Joseph Albert Pease, of 8, Hertford Street-London, W.,
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
The Right Hon.
Joseph Albert Pease, of Headham Hall, Gainford, Durham, re-elected on accepting the office of H'.M.
Arthur Richardson, of 23, Park Valley, Nottingham, elected in the place of the Right Hon.
Joseph Albert Pease, now Lord Gainford, called up to the House of Peers.
Charles Norris Nicholson, of 35, Harrington Gardens, London, S.W.
Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, of Temple Newsam, Leeds.
James Hastings Duncan, of Kineholm, Otley, Yorkshire, Worsted Spinner George Richard Lane-Fox, of Bramham Park, Boston Spa, Yorks.
Sir Joseph Compton-Rickett, of 100, Lancaster Gate, London, W.
Fred Ogden, of Lyndhurst, Pudsey, near Leeds ---
The Right Hon.
Sir Thomas Palmer Whittaker, of 13, Taviton Street, Gordon Square, London, W.C.
Arnold Stephenson Rowntree, of Chalfonts, Mount Villas, York, Manufacturer.
John George Butcher, K.C.,
of Riccall Hall, York.
Date of Return.
County, City, University, or Place.
Northern part of the West Ridingâ€”continued.
30 June 1915 Do.
29 April 1918 Do.
1910 Shipley do.
1910 Sowerby do.
10 â€ž â€ž
Southern part of the West Riding :
William Henry Cowan, of the Crow's Nest, Fairwarp, Sussex, Manufacturer.
John Macdonald Flenderson, of 2, Moorgate Street Buildings, London, E.G.,
1910 22 June 1912
1910 14 â€ž
15 16 17 19 12 13
Colne Valley Division.
Eastern part of the West Riding: Ripon Division.
Barkston Ash Division.
Spen Valley do.
Aberdeen County :