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ELECTION RETURNS. The first members returned to the new Parliament Vere Messrs. Ayrton and Butler (Liberals), who were nominated for the Tower Hamlets on Monday, and, there being no opposition, were duly elected. On Tuesday the Right Hon. Milner Gibson was returned without opposition for Aahton-under- Lyne. For the Cambridge University the Right Hon. S. H. Walpole and Mr. Selwyn were also returned without op.pasition. Mr. Henderson and Mr. Mowbray were unopposed for Durham, and there- fore elected. The following places also returned their members unopposed: Gateshead, Mr. Hatt; High Wycombe, Messrs. Mills and Carrington Preston, Messrs. Hesketh and Stanley; Rochdale, Mr. Potter; Salford, Mr. Cheetham Shrewsbury, Messrs. Tomline and Clement; Stamford, Viscount Cranbourne and Sir Stafford Northcote; Thirsk, Sir William Gallwey; Warrington, Mr. Greenall; Wigan, Messrs. Lindsay and Woods. The career of Mr. George Hudson, the railway king," as a candidate for Whitby, in opposition to Mr. H. S. Thompson, has been brought to rather an un- nsual termination. Mr. Hudson's long connection with the watering place of Whitby having rendered him somewhat popular, his canvass at that place was very prosperous, and he seemed to bid fair to become a member of Parliament. On Monday, however, he was arrested on a writ at the suit of a person named Sandeman, for, it is reported, a large sum of money. He was taken to York Castle, where he at present remains. Metropolitan Returns. Cif,y of London:- Gosohen (Liberal) 7,024 Crawford „ 6,990 Lawrence 6,545 Rothschild „ 6,491 Lyall (Conservative) 4,118 Fowler 3,997 Lambeth:- Hughes (Liberal) 6,143 Doulten „ 5,897 Lawrence 4,272 Haig (Conservative) 455 Westminster: Grosvenor (Liberal) 4,384 Mill 4,379 Smith (Conservative) 3,812 Alderman Salomons and Sir Charles Bright (Liberals), were returned for Greenwich.

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