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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR SCOTLAND.
general election in 1S52. Residence, Pap-
dale, Orkney.
Dundas, George, Esq., j'ounger of Dun-
das (Linlithgowshire), has represented the
county since 1847. Residences, Carlton
Club, London ; Dundas Castle, Linlith-
gowshire.
Dunlop, Alexander Murray, Esq., of
Corsock, Advocate (Greenock), was chosen
to represent the burgh at the general
election in 1852. Residences, 42 Albion
Street, Efyde Park, London ; 67 Queen
Street, Edinburgh ; Korsock House, Kirk-
cudbrightshire.
Elcho, Lord (Haddingtonshire), sat
for the eastern division of Gloucestershire
from 1841 to 1846; chosen to represent
the county at the general elections in
1847 and 1852, and again elected 10th
Jan., 1853, on being appointed Lord of
the Treasury. Residences, 23 St. James'
Place, London ; Amisfield and Gosford
House, Haddingtonshire.
Ellice, Edward, jun. (St. Andrews,
&c), returned for Huddersfield in 1837 ;
and has represented the burghs since the
general election in the same year. Resi-
dences, 18 Arlington Street, London ;
Glenquoich, Inverness-shire.
Elliot, Hon. John Edward (Rox-
burghshire), represented the county from
1837 to 1841, and was again chosen at
the general election in 1847. Residences,
YChesham Place, London ; Wilton Lodge,
Roxburghshire.
Ewaet, Win., Esq. (Burghs of Dum-
fries, &c), sat for Blechingley from 1828
to 1830, for Liverpool from 1830 to 1837,
for Wigan from 1839 to 1841, and has
represented the burghs since 1841. Ad-
dress, 6 Cambridge Square, London.
Fergus, John, Esq., of Strathore( Fife-
shire) sat for the Kirkcaldy district of
burghs from 1835 to 1837, and has re-
presented the county since 1847. Resi-
dences, Reform Club, London ; Kirkcaldy,
Fifeshire.
Ferguson, Sir James, of Kilkerran,
Bart. (Ayrshire), chosen to represent the
county in 1854.
Ferguson, Robert, of Raith (Kirk-
caldy, &c), has represented the burgh
since 1841. Residences, Brookes' Club,
London ; Raith, Fifeshire.
Gordon, Hon. Wm., of Minnes
(Aberdeenshire), has represented the
county since 1820. Residences, Argyll
House, London ; Haddo House, Aberdeen-
shire. #
Haddo, Lord (Aberdeenshire), chosen
to represent the county in 1854. Resi-
dence, 7 Argyll Street, London.
Hastie, Alexander, Esq. (Glasgow),
has represented the city since 1847.
Residences, Reform Club, London ; 212
Bath Street, Glasgow.
Hastie, Archibald, Esq. (Paisley), has
represented the burgh since 1836. Resi-
dence, 5 Rutland Gate, London.
Johnstone, James, Esq., of Alva
(Clackmaunanshire and Kinross-shire),
has represented the counties since 1851.
Residences, Athenanim Club, London ;
Alva, Stirlingshire; the Hangingshaw,
Selkirkshire.
Kinnaird, Hon. Arthur Fitzgerald
(Perth), sat for the city from 1837 to
1839 ; chosen to represent it on the suc-
cession of the Hon. Fox Maule to a peer-
age in 1852, and again returned at the
general election in the same year. Resi-
dences, 35 Hyde Park Gardens, London;
West Farm, East Barnet, Herts.
Laing, Samuel, Esq. (Burghs of Wick,
&c), was chosen to represent the burgh3
at the general election in 1852. Resi-
dence, 29 Abingdon Street, London.
Lockhart, Allan Eliott, Esq., of Cleg-
horn and Borthwickbrae (Selkirkshire),
has represented the county since 1846.
Residences, Carlton Club, London ; Borth-
wickbrae, Selkirkshire ; Cleghorn, Lan-
arkshire.
Lockhart, William, Esq., of Milton-
Lockhart and Germiston (Lanarkshire),
has represented the county since 1841.
Residences, 19 Grosvenor Street, West,
London ; Milton-Lockhart, Lanarkshire.
Macaulay, Right Hon. Thomas Bab-
ington, D.C.L. (Edinburgh), sat for Calne
in 1830-2, when he held the office of
Commissioner of Bankrupts ; for Leeds in
1832-4, when he filled the situation of
Secretary to the India Board ; was a
Member of the Supreme Council in India,
from 1834 to 1838 ; chosen for the city
in June, 1839, and re-elected on the 23rd
Jan., 1840, having been appointed Secre-
tary at War on the 27th Sept., 1839 ;
again chosen at the general election in
1841, and re-elected on 14th July, 1846,
on his appointment to the office of Pay-
master-General of the Forces; and was
again chosen at the general election in
1852. Residence in London, F 3 Albany.
M'Gregor, John, Esq. (Glasgow), has
represented the city since 1847. Resi-
dence, 1 Prince's Terrace, Hyde Park,
London.
Mackie, John, Esq., ofBargaly (Stew-
artry of Kirkcudbright), has represented
the stewartry since 1850. Residences,
Ernespie, Kirkcudbright, 112 Jermyn
Street, London.
M'Taggart, Sir John, of Ardwell,
Bart. (V/igton, &c), has represented the

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