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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR SCOTLAND.
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Lancashire; Island of Ram, Inverness-
shire. Residence in London, 20 Arlington
Street.
Ward, Baron; b. 1817, s. 1835, m.
1851. Seats, Invergarrv, Inverness-shire ;
Him ley Hall, Dudley Castle, and Sedge-
ley Park, Staffordshire ; Witley Court,
Worcestershire. Residence in London,
Dudley House, Park Lane.
Wharncliffe, Baron; b. 1801, s.
1845, m. 1 825. Seats, Belmont Castle,
Perthshire ; Worlley Hall, Yorkshire ;
Broom Hall, Middlesex. Residence in
London, 45 Lower Grosvenor Street.
WlLI.OUGHBY DE ERBSBY ; b. 1782,
s. 1820, tn. 1807. Seats, Drummond
Castle, Stobhall, and The Camp, Perth-
shire; Grimsthorpe, Lincolnshire; Gwydyr,
Carnarvonshire. Residencein London, 142
Piccadilly.
Zetland, Earl of; b. 1795, s. 1839,
m. 1823. Seats, Kerse House, Stirling-
shire ; Aske Hall, Marsk Hall, aud Up-
leatham, Yorkshire; Residence in London,
19 Arlington Street.
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR
SCOTLAND.
Anderson, Sir James (Burghs of Stir-
ling, &c), was chosen to represent the
burghs at the general election in 1852.
Residences, Reform Club, London ; 3
Blythswood Square, Glasgow.
Arbtjthnott, Lieut-General Hon.
Hugh, or Hatton, C.B. (Kincardineshire),
has represented the county since 1826.
Residences, 5 H Albany, London ; Ar-
buthnott House, Kincardineshire.
B.\i i.liu, Henry J., Esq., younger of
Tan adale and Redcastle (Inverness-shire),
has represented the county since 1840.
Residences, Stable Yard, St, James', Lon-
don ; Redcastle, Ross-shire.
Baird, James, Esq. (Burghs of Fal-
kirk, &c), has represented the burghs
since 1851. -Residences, Carlton Club,
London ; Gartsherrie House, Lanarkshire.
Baxter, W. E , Esq. (Burghs of Mon-
trose, &c), chosen to represent the burghs
in 1855. Residence, Dundee.
Blackburn, Peter, Esq. (Stirlingshire),
chosen to represent the county, 1855.
Residence, Killearn House, Stirlingshire.
Bouverie, Hon. Edward Pleydell
(Burghs of Kilmarnock, &c), has repre-
sented the burghs since 1844. Residence
in London, 44 Wilton Crescent.
Bruce, Charles Lennox Cumming,
Esq., of Roseisle and Kinnaird (Elginshire
and Nairnshire), sat for the Inverness dis-
tiict of burghs from 1831 to 1837, and has
represented the counties since 1840. Re-
sidences, Carlton Club, London ; Dun-
phail, Morayshire ; Kinnaird House, Stir-
lingshire.
Camfbell, Sir Archibald Hay, of
Sucoth, Bart. (Argyleshire), has repre-
sented the county since 1851. Resi-
dences, Carlton Club, London ; Garscube,
Du m bartonshire.
Cowan, Charles, Esq. (Edinburgh), has
represented the city since 1847. Resi-
dences, Reform Club, London; 17 Princes
Street, Edinburgh; Valleyfield, Penicuick.
Craufurd, Edward Henry John, Esq.,
younger of Auchenames (Burghs of Ayr,
&c), was chosen to represent the burghs
at the general election in 1852. Resi-
dences, 2 Paper Buildings, Temple, Lon-
don ; Crosbie Castle, West Kilbride, Ayr-
shire.
Dalkeith, Earl of (Edinburgh shire),
chosen to represent the county in 1853.
Residences, Montagu House, Whitehall,
London ; Dalkeith Palace, Edinburgh-
shire.
Dalrymple, Viscount (Wigtonshire),
has represented the county since 1841.
Residence, Tilney Street, Park Lane,
London.
Davie, Sir Henry Robert Ferguson, of
Creedy, Bart. (Burghs of Haddington,
&c), has represented the burghs since
1847. Residences, 48 Wilton Crescent,
London ; Creedy Park, Crediton, Devon-
shire.
Drumlanrig, Viscount (Dumfries-
shire), chosen to represent the county at
the general elections in 1847 and 1852,
and again elected 12th Jan., 1853, on
being appointed Comptroller of her Ma-
jesty's Household. Residences, 2 George
Street, Hanover Square, London ; Glen-
Stewart House, Dumfriesshire.
Duff, James, Esq. (Banffshire), has
represented the county since 1837. Re-
sidences, 4 1 Eaton Place, London ; Del-
gaty Castle, and Skene House, Aberdeen-
shire.
Duff, George Skene, Esq. (Burghs of
Elgin, &c), has represented the Burghs
since 1847. Residences, 11 South Audley
St.. London ; Skene House, Aberdeensh.
Duncan, George, Esq. (Dundee), has
represented the burgh since 1841. Resi-
dences, The Vine, Dundee ; 1 Belgrave
Street, London.
Duncan, Viscount (Forfarshire), sat for
Southampton from 1837 to 1841, for Bath
from 1841 to 1852, and was chosen to re-
present the count}' in 1854. Residence,
15 Hill Street, London.
Dundas, Fred, Esq. (Orkney and Shet-
land), represented ihe county from 1837
to 1847, and was again chosen at the

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