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GENERAL ELECTION. STATE OF PARTIES. The returns at present (Thursday noon) reported give the following results Liberals 217 Irish Nationalists 42 Parnelli fces ? Conservatives 235 Dissentient Liberals 33 The total number of members of the new Parliament, including 63 who were unopposed is therefore 534 The Liberals have a net gain of 49 seats, count- ing 98 on a Division. The Ministerial majority, which at the end of the Parliament was 68, has therefore been wiped out, and Mr. Gladstone has a majority of 30. ANALYSIS OF THE RETURNS. Eng- Scot- Ire- land. land. Wales, land. LIBERALS 153 44 20 DXSSESTIEXTS 23 8 CONSERVATIVES 205 10 ••• ••• NATIONALISTS 1 — — ••• — 41 PARNELLITES — — ••• 7 382 62 22 68 PARTY GAINS AND LOSSES. Appended is a list of the party gains and lflfi3C3 LIBERAL GAIXS. MINISTERIAL GAINS Argyllshire 1 Barrow-in-Furness. 1 Ayrshire. South 1 £ £ BJH, Biggleswade 1 Dublin,^tephen-grecu 1 Bermonnsey 1 c°- Bradford, East 1 Euinburgh \Yest 1 IW>n 1 Fermanagh, North 1 Bo wand* Bromley 1 f^rVnrt^W^ } Bristol. North 1 Lanark, North-West. 1 p,™] 1 Londonderry 1 Camb?. Chesterton" 1 Montgomery District 1 Carmarthen District 1 > c we astle 1 Cumberland,Egremoat 1 -N orthu n; L ei land,Hex- Derbv. Chesterfield 1 ham. 1 Devon.T.tvistoek 1 Nottingham, Wert 1 Devon. Barnstaple 1 £ eitif 7 ] Devonport 2 Rochester 1 Dumbartonshire 1 ^ou0h 1 Durham,Houghton- St. Pancras.West 1 J&SS* J wSSbuS* 1 Durham/ Nort'li-Easfc 1 Wolverhampton, West 1 Finsbury, Central.1 ) York 1 Forfarshire 1 Glo'ster?hire, Stroud 1 Great G-rimsby 1 Great Yarmouth 1 Greenock 1 Hereford 1 Hull (East) 1 Inverness Burghs 1 Islington, West 1 Kensington (North). 1 Lambeth, North 1 Lanes., Accrington 1 Lanes., Darwen 1 Lanes., Ince 1 Lanes., Middleton. 1 Lanes., N. Lonsdale. 1 Leicester, Loughboro' 1 Limehouse. 1 Lincoln 1 Lines., Gainsboro' 1 Monmouth District. 1 Newcastle-under-Lymel Newington, West 1 Norfolk, East 1 Northamptonshire, S. 1 Oldham 2 Oxon, Woodstock 1 Pembroke District 1 Portsmouth 2 Radnorshire 1 Reading 1 Roxburghshire 1 St. Georges in- the-E. 1 Salford, North 1 Stafford 1 Stockport 1 Somerset, Frome 1 Somerset, North 1 Walworth 1 West Ham, N 1 West Ham, S. 1 Whitehaven 1 Wilts, Cricklade 1 Wilts, Devizes 1 Yorks, Colne Valley. 1 Yorks, Doncaster 1 Total VI Total 22 ♦ WALES AND THE GENERAL ELECTION. — A GRAND RECORD. The results of the general election through Wales and Monmouthshire which are known up to the moment of going to press are as follows :— CARNARVON DISTRICT-4,723. D. Lloyd George k 2.153 Sir J. H. Puleston C 1,958 Majority 195 Representation unchanged. 1885. I 1886. Jones-Parry .L 1,923 Sweetenham .C 1,820 Sweetenham .C 1,858 Jones-Parry .L 1,584 Majority 65 Majority 136 1890. George 1>963 Ellis Nanney C 1,945 Majority. 18 CARMARTHEN DISTRICT-5,289. Major Jones 2.412 Sir J. J. Jenkins L 2,187 Majority 225 Liberal gain. 1885—L 1,703 1883-L 223. SWANSEA TOWN—8,447. R. 0. Burnie £ 3,733 Sir J. D. Llewellyn C 3,011 Majority 722 1885-L 1,140 1886-L 1,300 I 8 CARNARVON.—(AVON DIVISION.) Mr. W. Rathbone .G Unopposed GLAMORGAN.—(GOWER DIVISION.) Mr. G. Randell .G Unopposed GLAMORGAN.—(RHOSDDA DIVISION.) Mr. W. Abraham & Unopposed CARMARTHEN—(WEST.) Mr. J. Lloyd Morgan Unopposed MERTHYR. Mr. D. A. Thomas G- 11.948 Mr. W. Pritchard Morgan .G 11,756 Mr. B. F. Williams, Q.C.C 2,304 Majority 9,644 In 1835 and 1886 two Liberals were returned unopposed. DENBIGHSHIRE.—(BROMFISLD DIVISION), Rieht Hon. G. Osborne Morgan .G 4,188 Sir Watkin W. Wynn C 3,423 Majority. 765 1885. I886- Mnro-m .-L 3,831 Morgan G 3,536 Wynn C Wynn ° 3'51° Majority 393 Majority. 26 GLAMORGAN.-(SOUTH.) Mr. Arthur J. Williams £ 4,743 Sir Morgan Morgan u a'ozo Majority 918 1885. I 1883. Williams .L 3.945 Williams L 3,497 WM I *.«.»• C 2,177 Majority. 594 I Majority. 1.320 SWANSEA DISTRICT. Sir H.H. Vivian £ 5,959 Alderman Monger Majority 5,02H In 1885 smd 1888 Sir II. H. Vivian was returned mwopposed. CARDIFF. Sir Edward Reed .G 7,226 Mr.John Gunn U 6,540 Majority 686 1885. 1886. • Reed L 5,569 Reed L 5,307 Haben C 5,429 Brand U 4.9S5 Majority. 140 Majority. 342 MONMOUTH BOROUGHS. Mr. Albert Spicer .G 3,430 Sir George Elliot C 3,137 Majority 293 1885. 188S. Carbutt L 2.932 Elliott C 3,033 Cordea C 2.922 Carbutt L 2,568 Majority. 10 Majority 465 DENBIGH DISTRICT-3,521. Hon. G. T. Kenyon C 1,664 T. Howell Williams L 1,565 Majority 98 1885—C 306 1888—C 211 MONTGOMERY DISTRICT-2,936 Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones .C 1,406 Hon. F. Hanbury Tracy.L 1.288 Majority 118 Conservative gain. 1885-C 83 1886-L 173 PEMBROKE DISTRICT—5,980. Egerton Allen: L 2.588 General Laurie .DL 2,385 Majority 203 Liberal gain. 1885-L 265 1883—0 272 FLINT DISTRICT—3,710. J. H. Lewis L 1,883 P. P. Pennant C 1,524 Majority 359 1885-L 122 188ô-L 424 MONMOUTHSHIRE (SOUTH)—13,211. F. C. Morgan .C 5,421 Baron Profumo.L 4,700 Majority 721 1886. 1885. F. C. Morgan.C 5,235 Morgan C 4,890 O. Bryant G 2.950 j Jackson L 4.293 -I Majority 2,285 I Majority 598 C ARM ARTHEN.—(EAST ERN .)—9,13 3. Thomas E 4,439 Davies C 1,223 Majority 3,216 Representation unchanged. 1885. D. Push .L 4.487 Sir O. M. Lloyd.C 2,122 I. Majority 2,355 ¡ In 1886 Mr. Pugh was returned unopposed, and on his death in 1890 Mr. Abel Thomas was elected without opposition. RADNORSHIRE—4,535. F. Edwards .L 1,973 J. L. Bradney C 1,740 Majority 233 Liberal gain of a seat. 1885. I 1883. Walsh .C 1,880 Wabh C 1,910 Rogers L 1,813 Green-Price L 1,068 -I Majority 67 I Majority. 242 MID-GLAMORGAN. Evans E 5,941 Grove .C 1,735 Majority 4,206 Representation unchanged. In 1885 and 188G the late Mr. C. R. M. Talbot was elected unopposed. In 1890, on the death of Mr. Talbot, Mr. S. T. Evans was elected without a contest.

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