THE GENERAL ELECTION. 1 The following lists show the names of the candidates fer'the oonstituencies'of E ngland and Wales, with their politics and the places they aspire to represent, as far as thoy are at present knowll Places, Names. L. C. Afeaagdon Mr. J. T. Korria 1 —. Colonel Charles Lindsay 1 bdover Hon. D. Fortescue I — Mr. W. H. Humphrey — 1 itsglesea Sir R. B. W. Bulkeley 1 Arundel Lord E. Howard 1 Ashburton. Mr. J. H. Astell. 1 Mr. Jardine 1 — Aaiiton-imder-Lyne. Eight Hon. T. M. Gibson 1- Aylesbury Mr. T. T. Barnard — 1 Mt. S. G. Mr. N. M. de Rothschild. 1- BasbBry Mr. B. Sa nine1 son.. 1- Mr-c.B m 1 B.wmsta,ple Mr. Thomas Cave 1 — Sir G. Sfcnckley 1 Mr. H. Gwyrni 1 Mr. Hawkins, Q C. 1— Mr J.Whichoord 1 Mr. 1". th Lieut.-Col, Hogg — 1 Mr. Tire 1- Mr. J. P EdwarcU 1- Besaaaria (district) Mr. W. O Si vnl&y 1- Bedford (borough) COlonel Stuart 1 Mr, S Wbii bread, 1- Bedfordshire. Mr. Hastings Russell i ColonelE T. Gilpin .— 1 Berkshire Mr- P. P Boaverie i — Mr. J- Walter Mr E. Craven 1- Mr. E, Ber.yon 1 Colonel Lindsay 1 Sir C. Russell 1 Berwick Mr, Sfaijoribanks 1 — Mr. Ciirgill 1 Mr. A. Mitchell 1- Berarlay Mr. D. Keane 1- Colonel Edwards 1 Bfwdley Sir T. E. Winnington 1 — Birkenhead .Mr. W. M Jackson 1 — Mr J.Laird. — 1 msminghELm. Me. Joan Bright 1 — Mr. Scholefiekl 1 — B&okburn Mr. J. Pilkingfcon — Mr. W. H. Hornby — 1 Mr. J. G. Potjer 1 — Mr. J. Feilden — 1 Bodmin Mr.-Locook Webb — 1 Mr. F. H. Heritage 1 Mr. J. Wyld. 1 — Mr. L. Gower ;1 — Uoltoii-le-Moors Mr. T. Barnes 1- Mr. S, Pope 1- Mr. W. Gray — 1 Boston Mr. J. W. Malcolm .— 1 Mr, M: Staniland 1 — Mr. T. Parrv 1 — Bradford Mr. H. W. Wiokham 1- Mr. W. E. Forster 1- Brecknockshire Major Morgan 1 Breaknock Watki-ris 1- Bridgenorth Mr. J. Prit.caard 1- Mr. H. Whit more .— 1 Bridport Mr. T. A. Mitchell 1- Mr. K, D. Hodgson 1- Bridgewater Mr. Westropp 1 Mr. A. K. Kinglake 1- JNaghton .Mr. H. Moor .— 1 Mr. James White 1- Mr. H. Fawcett 1- Bristol Mr. T. F. Fremaatle 1 Sir S. M, Peto 1- Hon. H. F. Berkeley 1- ]Buckingham (boro').. Sir H. Verney 1- M. J. G. Hubbard 1 Buckinghamshire Bt. Hon. B, Disraeli .— 1 Mr. C. J. Da Pre — 1 Mr. R. B, Rervey Bury (Lancashire) Mr..F. PeO 1- Bury St. Edmunds M. J. A. Hardcastle l — Lord A. Hervey 1- Mr. Grpen Calne Rb. Hon. B. Lowe 1- Oambridge (borough) Lieut.-Col. Torrens. 1- Mr. W. D. Christie 1- Mr. K. Maeaulay 1 Mr. F. S. PowaUL 1 Cambridgeshire Mr. H. J. Adeane 1- Lord Royston 1 Lord G. J. Manners 1 OasabridgeUniversityBight Hon. S. H. Walpole 1 Mr. C. J. Selwyn 1 Canterbury Mr.H. A. Butler-Johnstone— 1 Major Lyon. 1- Cardiff Lieut.-Colonel Stuart 1- Cardigan Captain Pryse 1 — Cardiganshire Sir T. Lloyd 1 — Carlisle Mr. W. N. Hodgson 1 Mr. E. Potter 1- Mr. W. Lawson 1 — ■ Carmarthen M W. Morris 1- Carmarthenshire Mr. D. Jones 1 Mr. D. Pugh G&rnaJ?von (district). Mr. W. Bulkeley Hughes 1- Carnarvonshire Mr. E. G. D. Pennant 1 Chatham Mr. A. Ocsvay 1- Admiral.G. Elliot Cheltenham Hon. Col. Berkeley 1 — Mr. C. Schreiber 1 j Cheshire. North Mr. G. C. Legh I Mr. W. Egerton 1 Cheshire, South Sir P. Egerton Mr. J. Tollemache — 1 Chester (City) Mr. W. H. Gladstone 1- Mr. Fenton 1- Earl Grosvenor 1- ldr, Raikes 1 Chichester Lord H. Lennox 1- Mr. J. A. Smith 1- Obippenham. Mr. NV. J. Lysley F Sir J. NepId. 1 Ohristchureh. Mr. H. Burke 1 Admiral Walcott 1 Q;rencester. Mr. J. Goldsmid. 1 Hon.R. Dutton } Mr. A. Bathursfc — 1 Mr. R. Fort 1 Mr. J. T. C^-outh .^5^ ;1i Dolcheater Mr. T. J,'Miller- 1 Colchester Mr. P. O. Papillon 1 Mr. J. Gurdon Rebow 1- ™ Mr. T. A. Bobartes 1 — Cornwall, East Mr N Kendall — 1 « tra Mr. J. St. Aubyn 1 — Cornwall West ^r. B. Davey 1 — „ Mr. H. W. Eaton — 1 uo Yen try M. Treherne — 1 Mr. O- Stock 1 — Mr. Mason Jones. 1 — ^•,3 Lord Elliot 1 vrxckdale Mr L Goddard. ••• — Mr. Gooch ~T^_ 0n„Wtoa, East M;. aMM j o»« w-t. Dartmouth .•> 'r^ • 1 — Mr. T. Mara waring ••• SSWr -;2l Sir W. W. Wynn 1 "•t £ ;f-BTe;?eas" i- Mr. Plimsoll 1 Derbyshire, North Lord G. Cavendish 1- Mr. Jackson 1- Souft „.M, T. W. 1- Mr. W. Mundy 1 De-Iz,og M D. Griffith 1 Devizes Sir T. Bateson 1 S' Devonporfc Mr. Fleming.— 1 Mr. T. Phinn 1 — -i 0v;,0 "Wnrth Mr-C. H. Trsfasis — 1 Devonshire, North T_ D Acland i —. i.• „ Mr, H. T. Kekewich 1 Bevoiishire, Soath aa palk l tvt-, B.B.Sheridan 1 — Dorchester .Col. Start 1 S=r H. Wolff -1 Dorsetshire" Mr. W. H. S. Portman 1 Dor^etsmre. Mr. H. G. Sfcurt — — 1 Mr. J. Floyer j ■Ornitwioh Sir J. S. Pakington i, Places. Names. L C. Dover. Viscount Bury 1 — Mr. E. Srnith 1 Colonel Dickr-o-.n 1 Mr. C. Freshfield .— 1. Dudley Mr. F. Wyatt Truscott — 1 Mr. H. B. Sheridan 1- Durham iair. J. Henderson 1-1 Bight Hon. J. R. Mowbray 1 j Durham, North Hon. G. W. Harrington 1 Sir H Williamson. 1- Mr. B. D. Shafco 1 — Durham, South Ciptain H. G. Sartess — 1 Captain Beamnont 1 — 1 imr. J. W. Pease. 1-' Essex, North Major Beresford Mr. C. Du Cane — 1 Sir T. B. Western 1 — Essex, South. Mr. R. B. WingSeld Baker 1 — Mr. H. J. 9-elvlll Mr. T. W. Bramston 1 Lord E. Cecil 1 Evesham Mr. E. Holland Colonel Bourne .— 1 Exeter Lord Courtenay. 1 Mr. J. D, Coleridge 1 — Eye Sir E. C-Kerrison — 1 Falmouth Mr. T. G. Baring 1 — Mr. S. Gurney 1 — Finsbury Mr. W. M. Torrens 1 — Alderman Lusk 1 fr. W, Philiips 1 Mr. W. Cox 1 Mr. P. W, Perfitt 1- Flint. Sir J. Hanmer Flintshire Lord R. Grosvenor. 1- Frome Sir R. Rawlinson 1- Lord E. Thynne .— 1 Gateshead Mr. W. Hutb 1- Glamorganshire Mr. C. R. M. Talbot 1 — Mr, H. Vivian 1 Gloucester (Cit?) Mr. W. Price 1- U. C. J. Monk I Mr. Kinnaird — 1 Gloucestershire, East Sir M. H. Beach 1 Mr. R. S. Holforcl 1 Gloucestershire, W. Mr. T. Rolt 1 Colonel Kingsoote I Grantham Mr. F. J. Tollemache 1- Mr. W. E. Welby Gregory 1 Mr. J. H. Thorold — 1 Greenwich Alderman Salomons 1- Sir C. Bright 1 Sir Heron Maxwell 1 Captain D. Harris I Grimsby, Great Mr. J. Fildoi3 1- Mr. J. Chapman .— 1 Guildford Mr. G; J. H. Onslow 1 — Mr. W. W. Pocock 1- Mr. Hinde Palmer, Q;C. 1 Mr. W. Bovill 1 Halifax .Sir Charles Wood I- Colonel E. Akroyd 1- Mr. Sfcansfeld 1- Hampshire, North Sir H. St. John Mildmay 1- Mr. G. S. Booth 1 Mr. W. B. Beach 1 Hampshire, South Sir J. C. Jervoise 1— Colonel Fane 1 Harwich Captain Jervis Mr. Eelk — 1 Mr. Michael Wills. 1- Mr. Fitz)anies Stephens. 1- Hastings Mr. F. North I—1 Hon. G. Waldegrave Leslie 1- Mr. Robertson 1 Mr._ Gorst — 1 Helstone .Major Grills 1 Mr. Young 1 — Mr. J.J. Rogers — 1 Hereford (City) Lieut.-Col. Clifford 1- Mr. G. Clive 1- Mr. Baggallay 1 Captain Patershall — 1 Herefordshire Mr. M. Biddulph 1- Mr.J. K. King 1 Hertford Right Hon. W. F. Cowpsr. 1- Sir W. M. T. Farquhar — 1 Hertfordshire Sir E. B. Lytton .— I Mr. Abel Smith .— 1 Mr. H. E. Surtees Hon. H. Cowper Honiton Mr. E. M. Richards 1 Mr. B. Coohrane 1 Mr. F. D. Goldsmid 1 — Horsham Mr. Hurst 1~T| Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald, — 1 Hudderafield. Mr. E. Leatham 1* Mr. W. M. Lomas — 1 Hall, Kingston-,ui)-on- Mr. J. Clay. Mr. J. Hoare .— 1 Mr. J. Somes Mr. C. N. Norwood — 1 Huntingdon General Piaol 1 Mr. T. Bariflg 1 Huntingdonshire Mr. E. Fellowes — 1 Lord R. Montagu 1 Hythe Baron M. A. Rothschild 1- Ipswich Mr. J. C. Cobbold. — 1 Mr. W. Tidmam MI". H. E. Adair 1 — Mr. W. West 1- Kendal Mr. G. C. Glyn 1- Kent, East Sir. E. el. Deriug 1- Sir B. Bridges Kent, West Sir J. Lubbock 1 Mr. W. Angeratein 1 Mr. Dyke 1 Kidderminster ViscountHclmesdale 1 Colonel White 1 — Kinsr's Lyatt. Lord Stanley — 1 Hon. E. Walpole tl Sir Fowell Buxton. 1 — Rev. Jermyn Pratt 1- Knaresborough Mr. J. Holden 1- Mr. B. T. Wood "0. — 1 Mr. T. Collins 1 Lambeth Mr. Thomas Hughes 1- Mr. J. O. Lawrenco 1- Mr. F. Donlion I Lancashire, North Marquis of Hartingtoa 1 — Colonel W. Patten — 1 Lancashire, South Hon. A. F. Egerton 1 Mr. W. J, Legh 1 Mr. James Heyweod .1 — Mr. C. Turner — 1 Mr. W. E. Gladstone 1- Mr. H. Y. Thompson Lancaster (borough) Mr. E. Lawrence 1 o Mr. E. M. Fenwiok 1- Mr. H. M. Schneider 1 Leeds Lord AmberleY 1- Mr. E. Bain«s 1-' Mr. G. S. Beecroft I Leicester (borough) Mr. W. Heygate — 1 Mr. P. A. Taylor J- Mr. J. D. Harris 1~" Leicestershire, North Lord J. Manners ••• 1; Mr. E. B. Hartopp ••• 1 Mr. C. H. Frewen. — 1, Leioeeterahire, South Mr. C. W. Packe 11 Lord Curzon 1, Leominster Mr. W. Hindraarsh 1-' Mr. G. Hardy — 1 Mr-Walsh — 1 Lewes Hon. H. Brand 1 — Sir A. Slade 1 Mr. Christie. 1 1 Lord Pelham .n 1- Lichfield Colonel Dyott 1 Lord A. Paget 1- Major Anson 1 — Lincoln (City) Mr. C. Seely 1 — Mr. Reneage 1- Mr. J. B. Moore Dmeolnihira, North Sir M. J. Chomeley 1- Mr. J. B. Stanhepe 1 Somth Colonel Packe 1 — Sir J. Trdllope — 1 LiverD^ol • Mr. T. B. Horsfall .— 1 Liverp";Ci Mr. J. C. Ewart 1- Mr. S. B. Graves n. 1 London (Cit." I-l Baron Rothschild i_ Alderman W. Lawrence 1 — Mr. R. W. Crawford l — Mr. G. J. Goschen. 1- Lud,lo- Captain ClivO ,ov 1 Sir W. A. Fraser 1 SirW. Yardley 1- Lyme Begis Mr. J. W. Treeby 1 Mr. J. C. Hawkshaw j —1 Lymington Mr. T. Norton •. Mr. W. Mackmnon, jun. 1 — Lord G. Lennox 11 Places. Names. L. C Liskeard Sir A. Bailer I Macclesfield Mr. J. Chadwiak 1 — Mr, J. Broeklehurst 1 — Mr. E. C. Egerton — 1 Maidstone.Mr. W. Lee 1- Mr. J. Whatma-a Mr. Brett Maldon ..Mr. T. S. Western Mr. G. M. W. Peacocke — 1 Mr. E. A. Earle Malmesbury. Lord Andover 1- Mr. J. G. Talbot — 1 Malton .Hon. Charles Fifczwilliam 1- Air. J. Brown 1 Manches.ter Air. A. Heyward 1- Mr. T. T. Bazley 1 — Mr, Jacob Bright 1 — Marlborough Lord E. Brace Mr. H. B. Baring 1 Marlow, Great Colonel B. Knox .— 1 Colonel Williams I Marylebone Lord Fermoy 1- Mr. H. Lewis I Mr. M.Chambers. 1- Sir Robert Carden — 1 Merionethshire Mr. W. W. Wynne. 1 Mr. D. Williams. 1- Merthyr Tydvil Mr. H. A. Bruce 1- Middlesex Viscount Enfield 1- Mr,B. C. Hanbury 1- Midhurst Mr. W. T. Mitfora .— J Monmouth (district). Mr. Crawshaw Bailey 1 Monmouthshire Mr. C. O. S. Morgan 1 Colonel Somerset — 1 Montgomery (district) Mr, C. H. Tracy 1- Captain Hampton I E. H. L. Winder 1- Montgomeryshire Mr. C. W. W. WynilJia .— 1 Morpeth Sir G. Grey 1 Newark Mr. G. Hodgkinson .I Lord A. Clinton NewcaistIe-und. Lyme Mr. Allen Mr. E. James i- Mr. Wm. Murray — 1 Newcastle-on-Tyne.Bight Hon.T. E. Headlam 1 — Mr. S. Beattmont 1- Mr. C. Cowan 1- Newport .Mr. C. W. Martin 1- Mr. R. W. Konnard — 1 Mr. Evans 1- Norfolk, East .Sir F. Buxton. 1- Colonel Coke 1 — Mr. Howes Norfolk, West Ron T. De Grey 1 Mr. W. Bagge .— 1 Mr. B. Gurdon 1~ Sir W. Jones .1- Northallerton Mr. J W. Johns .1- Mr. Mills — >1 Northampton' (boro') Mr. C. Gilpin .1- Lord Renley 1- Mr. G. 5*. Holroyd.™ .— 1 Mr. 'Saokville Stopfora 1 Nqrthamptosslii, W. Lord Bnrghley 1 Mr. G. W. Hunt .— 1 Norihampfconsh., S. Sir B. Kuightley .— 1 Colonel Cartwright 1 Lord F. Fitzroy Northumberland, N. Earl Percy 1 Sir M. W. Ridley .— 1 Northumberland, S. Mr. H. G- Eiddell.— 1 Mr. W. B. Beaumont 1 — Norwich .Mr. E. Warner 1 — SirW. Bussell 1 — Mr. Vesey Fîtzerald 1 Mr. R. E. C. Waters 1 1 — Sir R. Clifton 1 Mr. S. Morley Mr. G. A. Marten 1 Nottinghamihire,, N. Lord E. Clinton Mr. J. E. Denison I- Nottinghamshire, S.Mr. W. H. Barrow .— 1 Lord Stanhope 1 Oldham Mr. J. M. Cobbett. 1-1 Serjeant Spinka .— 1 Mr. PlaLt Mr. J. T. Hibbert _1- Oxfordshire .Mr. J. W. Hooley no 1 Colonel Fane. — ,1 Colonel North 1 Sir H. W. Daahwood 1- Oxford (City) Mr. E. Card well 1 — Mr. C. Neate .I University- Mr. W. E. Gladstone 1- Mr. G. Hardy Sir W. Heatbcote 1 Pembroke (distriet). Sir H. Owen 1 — Mr. B. Hardwiek .— 1 Mr. D. J. Jenkins.I Pembrokeshire .Mr. G. L. Phillips .— 1 Peterborough Mr. G. H. Whalley 1 — Mr. T. Hankey 1- Petersfield .Sir W. Jolliffe I Plymouth Sir R. P. Collier I Mr. W. Momson 1 Mr. Lane. 1 Pontefraefc Mr. H. C. Childers 1- Mr. Mac Arthur 1 — Mr. S Waterhouse 1 Poole..— .Mr. H. D. Seymour 1- Mr. Waring Mr. W. T. Haly 1 Captain Bashford — 1 M r. G. W. Franklyn — 1: Portsmouth Mr. T. C. Bruce .—- 1 Sir J. Elphinstone. — 1, Serieant Gaselee .1 Mr. W. H. Stone 1 — Preston Sir T. G. Hesketh 1 Mr. F. A. Stanley Radnor (County) Sir J. Walsh .— lj Radnorshire Burghs. Mr. B. G. Price 1- Beading Sir F. Goldsmid 1— M-. G. S. Lofevrc 1-, Reigate Mr. Leveson Gower 1-. Hon. E. Monson 1 — Retford, East Lora Galway 1 Mr. F. J. S.Foljambe 1 — Richmond Hon. J. C. Dundas 1 — Sir R. Paltner 1- Ripon G. J. Greenwood 1- Sir C. Wood 1 — Rochdale Mr. T. B. Piotter 1- Rochester. Mr. P. W. Martin. 1 Serjeant Kinglake. 1 — Mr. A. Srnee 1 Rutlandshire Hon. G. H. Heathcote 1 — Hon.G. J.Noel. 1 Bye Captain M'Kinnon 1- Mr. M'Donald St. Ives Mr. E. Vivian Mr. H. Paull 1 Salford Mr. J. Cheetham 1 — Salisbury Mr. M. H. Marsh ••• 1 — Mr. E. Hamilton 1 — Mr. J. Chapman 1 Sandwich Lord C. Paget Mr. K. Hugesssn 1- Mr. C. Capper Scarborough Sir J. Johnstone 1- Mr. J. D. Dent 1- Mr. G. J. CaYlOY Shaftes-bury Mr. G. G. Glyn Sheffield Mr. J. Rooback 1- ltlr. Hadfield 1- Shoreham Sir P. Burrell Mr. S. Gave. 1 Mr. J. Hannen 1- Shrewsbury Mr. W. J. Clement 1- Mr Tomlin 1- Shropshire, North. Major Cust — 1 Mr. J. B. 0. Gore 1 Lord A. Lcveson-Gswer 1- Shropshire, South Mr. R. Jasper More 1- Sir B. Leighton — 1 Colonel Herbert 1 Somersetshire, East Mr. R. N. Grenville 1 Mr. B. H. Paget 1- Somersetshire, West Mr. A. Hood 1 Mr. W. H. P. G. Langton. — 1 Southampton .Mr. W. D. Seymour I Mr. G. Moffatt 1 — Mr. T. M. Mackay. 11 Mr. Bussell Gurney ••• r Alderman Rose South Shields Mr. R. Ingham 1- Southwark Mr. Locke •" r Mr. Layard r Stafford (borough) Mr. H. Jerningham ••• j Captain Mellar ••• ••• j- Mr. M. A. Bass 1 Alderman Sidney 1- Alderman Foohin 1- Places. Names. L. C. Staffordshire, South Mr. W. H, Foley 1—: Mr, W. O. Foster 1 — Staffordshire, North Hon. C. D. Adderley 1 Lord Ingestre .— 1 Mr. E. Bailer Stamford Lord Cranboarne 1 Sir S. Northoote ockport Mr. W. Tippin .— 1 Mr. J. B. Smith l Mr. E. W. Watkin 1 Stoke-npon-Trent Mr. H. B. Grenfell 1- Mr. A. Be-resford Hope l Mr. G. Melly 1- Stroud Mr. P. Sorope Hon. A Ponsonby 1 Mr- E. Horaman 1 —: Suffolk, Eitst. Sir. F. Kelly — 1; Lord Henniker l; Suffolk, West Major Parker Lord A. I-lervoy 1. Sunderland Alderman Hartley 1 Mr, John Candlish. 1 — Mr. H. Fenwick 1- Surrey, East Mr. Locke King 1 — Mr. C. Buxton ••• 1 — | Mr. Bredrick — 1 Mr. Peak .— 1 Surrey, West Mr. J. I. Briscoe 1- Mr. Geo. Cubitt 1 Sussex, East. Mr. J. G. Dodson 1- Lord E. Cavendish 1 — Mr. W. W. Burrell — 1 Mr. R. C. E. Abbott — .1 Sussex, West Captain Windham. 1 Colonel Barttelot .— 1 Swansea Mr. L. L. Dillwyn Tamworth Sir B. Peel 1- Mr. John Peel 1 — Taunton Mr. E. N. Cox .— 1 Mr. A. Mills .1 Lord W. Hay. 1- Mr. C. Barclay 1 Tavistock .Mr. A. Russell 1 Sir J. Trelawney 1 — Mr.Samuda l Mr. S. Carter 1 Tewkesbury Mr. J. Martin 1- Mr. J. R. Yorke 1 Mr. W. Dowdeswell 1 Thetford Mr. A. R. Baring Mr. R. J. H. Harvey — 1 Alderman JJakm 1-, Thirak Sir W. Gallwey ;1 Tiverton Lord Palmerston 1 Hon. G. Denman 1 Totnes Mr. P. C. Kennard .— l; Mr. J. Pender 1 Mr. A. Seymour l Lieut.-ColoaelDawkins 1 Tower Hamlets Mr. C. S. Butler 1 Mr. A. Ayrton l Mr. J. Humphreys I- Truro Captain Vivian 1- Mr. F. M. Williams Tynemouth Mr. R..Hodgson. 1 Mr. G. 0. Trevelyan 1 Wakefield. Sir John Hay 1 Mr. W. H. Leatham 1 — Wallingford. Sir C. W.:Dilke 1- Mr. R. Malins 1 Warrington Mr. G. Greenall 1 Warwick (borough). Mr. A. W. Peel 1- Mr. G. W. Repton Mr. E. Greaves Mr. C. Griffia Wareham Mr. J. H. Calcraft 1- -Mr. J. S..Drax I Walsall Mr. C. Forster 1- Warwickshire, North Mr. Muntz I Mr. C. N. Newdegate .— 1 Mr. W. D. Bromley — 1 Warwickshire, Soatli Lord Dancan 1- Sir C. Mordaunt .— 1 Mr. Wise 1 Wells Sir W. Hayter 1 — Captain Joliffe .— 1 Wenlook Pi.-ht Ron. G. W. Forester 1 Mr. J. M. Gaskell 1 Mr. W. R. Cartwright I-. Weymouth Mr. H. G. Gridley I Mr. H. Edwards 1- Mr. R. Brooks 1 Lord Grey de Wilton .— 1 Westbury Sir M. Lopes .— 1 Westminster Captain Grosvenor 1 — Mr. J. S. Mill 1- Mr. W. H. Smith 1 Westmoreland .Hon. H. C. Lowther .— 1 Earl of Bactive 1 Whitby Mr. George Hudson 1 Mr. H. S. Thompson 1- Wigan MIL. wood!i Major■ General Lindsay 1 Whitehaven Mr. G. C. Bentinek 1 Wight, Isle of Sir J. Simeon Sir C. Lococke 1 Wilton Mr. E. Antrobus 1- Wiltshire, -North Lord C. Bruce 1- Mr. R. P. Long Wiltshire, South Lord Thvnne 1 Mr. F. T. A. Bathurst 1 Mr. T. F. Grove 1- Winchester Mr. W. B. Simmonds — 1 Mr. J. B. Garter 1- Mr. T. W. Fleming 1 Windsor Mr. W.Yansittart 1 Colonel R Vyee. 1 Mr. H. Labouohere 1 — Sir H. Hoare Wolverhampton .Right Hon. C. P. Villiers l- Mr. T. N. Wegaelin I — Woodstock Mr. H. Barnett .— 1 Mr. Henry J Worcester (City) Mr. R-Padmore 1 — Mr. Lasletfc 1- Mr. N. C. Sheriff 1- Mr. Lepick .— 1 Worcestershire, East Hon. F. W. Calthorpe 1- Mr. H. F. Vernon Worcester shire. West Hon. F. Lvgon 1 Mr. F. W." Knight — 1 Wycombe, Chipping Mr. M. T. Smith 1 — Mr. J. R. Mills .— Yarmouth. Sir E. H, K. Lacon. 1 Mr, J. Goodson Mr. A. Brogdeia Mr. J. C. Marshman 1- York (City) Mr. J. P. Brown-Westhead 1- Alderman Leeman 'I Mr. Lowther 1 Yorkshire, E. Riding Lord Hotham Hon. A. Duncombe 1 Yorkshire, N.W. Bdg. Sir F. Crossley ••• | Lord F. Cavendish 1 Yorkshire. S.W. Brig. Mr. W. L. Sianhope Mr. C. B. Douison. Viscount Milfcon ..•• ••• | Mr. H. F. Beaumont I — Yorkshire, N. Riding Mr. F A. Milbank. 1- M" W. E. Duncombe 1 Mr. J. S. Morritt. 1 The following is. a, list of the caudide6tes for Sootch constituencies, as far as thev are at present known:— Places". H_- Names. L. C. Aberdeenshire W. Leslie x Aberdeen ? s 1 — Argyleshire Mr. A. fe. t inlay Ayrshire ••• • i Ayr Burghs Mr. E. H. Craufurd 1 — J ° Mr. A. H. Oswald 1- Banffshire ^r. R. W. Duf f. 1 — Berwickshire Mr. D- Robertson Buteshire Mr. W. Lara on t 1 Mr. G. F. Boyle 1 Caithness-shire Mr. George Traill 1 — Clackmannan and Kin air W. P. Adam 1- Dumbartonshire MY. James Stirling 1- Mr. P. B. Smollett 1 Dumfriesshire Major Walker 1 Dumfries Burghs Mr. William E wart I Colonel Clark Kennedy 1- Dundee Sir John Ogilvy 1—■ Edinburgh (City) Mr. Adam Black 1- The Lord Advocate 1- Mr. Dmrcan M'Laren 1- Mr. John Miller 1 — Edinburgh (County)Earl of Dalkeith .— 1 Elgin and Nairn Major CummingBrace — 1 Elgin Burghs Mr. M. E. Grant Duff 1 FalkirkBarghs Mr. James Merry 1- Fifeshire Sir R. Anstruther 1 Forfarshire Hon. C.Carnegie. 1 Glasgow Mr. Robert Da-lglish 1- Mr. John Ramsay 1- Mr. W, Graham ,I Places. I-Iaines. L. C Greenock Mr. A, M. Dunlop 1- E&3fc Lothian Lord Eleho. 1- Haddington Burghs Sir H. R. F. Davie 1 — Inverness-shire Sir G. Macpherson Grant 1 — Mr. H. J. Bailie — si Inverness Burghs Mr Alexander Matheson. 1- Kilmarnock Burghs Mr. E. P. Bouverie 1- Kincardineshire Mr. R Dyce Nicol. 1- Sir T. Glad-stone I Kirkcaldy Bilrghs Mr. R. S. Aytoun 1- Kirkcudbright Mr. James Mackie 1 — Lanarkshire S ir E C olebreoke 1 Leith Burghs .Mr.W. Miller 1 — LinIithgow Couuty. Mr. P. M'Lagan. 1- Montrose Burghs Mr. W. E. Baxter 1- Orkney and Shetland Mr. F. Dundas 1- Paisley Mr. H. E. C. Ewing J — Peeblesshire Mr. G. G. Moritgomery 1 Perthshire Mr. W. Stirling .— 1 Perth Hon. A. Kinnaird 1- Renfrewshire Mr. A. A. Spiers 1- Sir M. S. Stewart RossandCromarty. Sir James Matheson 1- Roxburghshire Sir William Scott 1- Selkirkshire Hon. W. Napier 1- Lord H. Scott 1 Stirlingshire. Admiral Erskine 1- Mr. Peter Blackburn 1 Stirling Burghs Mr. JamesCaird. 1- St. Andrew's Burghs Mr. Edward Etlice. 1- Sutherlandshire Sir David Dundas. 1- Wick Burghs Mr. Samuel Laing 1 — Wigtownshire Sir Andrew Agnew 1- Lord Garlics Wigtown Burghs .The Solicitor-General 1-
-=- THE NEWS BUDGET. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.—Lord and Lady Wodehouse recently paid a visit to Adare Manor, the residence of the Right Hon. the Earl of Dunraven, Lord, Lieutenant of the county. They arrived at Adare about five minutes past seven o'clock, and were conveyed to the mansion of the lord of the soil in a close carriage. The platform on the railway station was thronged with ladies and gentlemen, and the arrival of the train was greeted with the most enthusiastic cheering. On the road through the village the reception was equally flattering, and during the evening the rejoicings of the inhabitants knew no bounds. 'At the manor their Excellencies received a hearty welcome. Murderous Assault.Ai; the Brentford Town- hall on Saturday, John Burke, a labourer, was charged with violently assaulting Patrick Driscoll, a fellow- labourer, on the Baker's close, Isle worth, on the 14th of June. Some words took place between the two men while they were hoeing a field of peas, and the prisoner struck Driscoll on the head with his hoe several times, till he was nearly killed, and then he made off. The wounded man has since recovered suf- ficiently to give evidence. The prisoner was com- mitted for trial. Writing a Libel.-Mr. Smiles, the secretary of the South-Eastern Railway, was the plaintiff in an action for libel tried in the Court of Fixchequer;the other day. Mr. J. J. Hamilton, who had been pro- ceeded against by the directors of the South-Eastern Railway previously for libel, had written to the Times letters in which he charged Mr. Smiles with perjury and malappropriation of money.—-When the case was called on counsel for the defendant offered a, complete withdrawal of the charges which had been made. After some discussion the apology was accepted, and a verdict for X250 damages entered for the plaintiff. The Last Scene in'the Bow Tragedy.—On Sunday afternoon the funeral took- place of Thomas Robinson, who committed suicide the previous Wed- nesday night ,in the Tredegar-road, after shooting Lewis, and attempting the life of his wife. A hearse accompanied by a mourning coach conveyed the body from the deadhouse at Bow Church to the Tower Hamlets Cemetery. A procession ,6f the United Riggers Society followed. The interment took place in the usual way. The sama afternoon the wife of the deceased and other persona visited the jnan Lewis in the London Hospital, and he was considered to be improving. Tne Gruel Treatment of a Young Woman at Wincisor.-At the General Quarter Sessions for the borough of Windsor, held at the Town-hall, before Mr. Recorder Skinner, William Adolphus Robarfcs, the landlord of the Prince of Wales Tavern, Church-street, Windsor, who was committed on the charge of seriously injuring the young woman Adelaide Dunton, his barmaid, was brought up for trial. The peculiar circumstances of the case must be so fresh in the minds of our readers that a detailed report will be un- necessary. The hall was thronged by the inhabitanta, anxious to hear the final decision in the matter. The prisoner was ably defended, but was ultimately found guilty, after a patient hearing on both sides, and sentenced to eighteen calendar months' imprisonment. National Freedmen's Relief Association.— Lord Brougham has given-the following recommenda- tion in furtherance of the movement on behalf of the emancipated slaves of the United States: I heartily recommend to the sympathy of my countrymen the cause of the freed people of 'the United States, and sincerely desire 'entire success to the efforts now made to educate them for the freedom to which the nation has called them. (Signed) BROUGHAM. June 29, 1865." The object of the society is to provide for the urgent necessities of the great multitude of slaves who have recently and suddenly been set free. Testimonies to the value and necessity of the efforts now in pro- gress on behalf of the emancipated slaves have been also given by many of the most distinguished public S en in America. A New Stealner.-Atnon-- -the arrivals in the Victoria Docks is the new iron screw steamship El Rahmanieh, from Hartlepool. She has been built by Messrs. Richardson, Back, and Co., at'Stockton-on- Tees, and fitted out for his Highness the Viceroy of Egypt under the superintendence of the Peninsular and Oriental Company. Her extreme length is 284 feet; beam, 34 feet; depth to spar deck, 2G feet; ton- nage, old measurement, 1,524; gross, new measure- ment, 1,688. She has accommodation for 40 first and 30 second class passengers. Her engines are direct acting surface condensing, of 300 horse power, built by Messrs. J. Richardson and Sons, of Hartlepool. Daring her ran from Hartlepool to Gravesend, with a boiler pressure of 25 lb., and an indicated power of 1,200 horses, she maintained an average speed of lli knots, the engines never having been slowed during the whole distance. Her mean draught was 26 feet, and displacement 2,445 tons. Assault by a Female. Georgina Freeman, 184, New North-road, Islington, was summoned before the magistrate at Clerkenwell for having unlawfully assaulted and beaten Caroline Goddin. The com- plainant, on the 21st ult., went to 184, New North- road, to see a Mr. Taylor, a surgical instrument maker on business. When she had transacted her business, and was leaving the house, the defendant, who was 1 with Mr. Taylor, opened the door, and asked her who and what she was, then struck her a violent blow in the face, and shut the door. It was stated that the defendant was living wlth Taylor under a mutual agreement, and that Mr. Taylor was to marry her as soon as his wife died. The defendant, who was rude and violent iii her conduct, and repeatedly told to behave properly, was fined Y,2 10s., or one month's imprisonment. On hearing this decision, she became more violent and struck two of the officers of the court. A Correggio.-—Messrs. George Rowney and Co., the fine art publishers, of 29, Oxford-street, are now exhibiting, in their show-room,one of the finest original pictures that has ever been produced. It is 'a I I Mag- dalene," by Correggio. The features of the penitent are so lifelike, that the beholder is absolutely entranced. In which ever direction the picture is viewed new beauties are discernible, till it grows upon you in a bewitching manner, and you have an absolute regard for poor Magdalene, and would fain shake her by the hand, and sympathise with her woe. Anobleman is said to have retained this picture in his possession for fifty years, silently worshipping it all the time. At the noble- man's death it fell into the hands of John Godfrey, Esq., solicitor, of Liverpool. We trust that the committee appointed to select rare specimens of art for the nation will not lose the opportunity of getting possession of this gem. It has been painful to find the works of old masters going from hence to the Continent where they have been cherished, whilst here they have been ne- glected. The trustees of the National Gallery will not be doing their duty unless they purchase this ires specimen of Art.