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Previous Election. Sir W. S. Robson, K.C. (L.)... 9717 Mr. A. R. Chamberlayne (U.) 3431 Liberal majority, 6286. SCOTLAND. WINSTON CHURCHILL HEADS THE POLL FOR DUNDEE. DUNDEE (2). Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill (L.) 10,747 Mr. Alex. Wilkie (Lab.) 10,365 Mr. J. S. Seymour Lloyd (U.) ... 4552 Mr. J- Glass (U.) 4339 Mr. E. Scrymgeour (Prohibitionist) 1512 Liberal majority, 6195 Labour majority, 5813. Mr. Winston Churchill is President of the Board of Trade. Election in 1906. * Mr. E. Robertson, K.C. (L.)... 9276 Mr. Alex. Wilkie (Lab.) ... 6833 Mr. H. Robson (L.) 6122 Mr. E. H. Shackleton (U.) ... 3865 Mr. A. D. Smith (U.) 3183 Liberal majority, 5411. Labour majority, 711. By-Election, 1908. Rt. Hon. W. S. Churchill (L.) 7099 Sir G. W. Baxter (U.) ... 4370 Mr. G. H. Stuart (Lab.) ... 4014 Mr- E. Scrymgeour (Prohib.) 655 Liberal majority, 2709. EDINBURGH (CENTRAL). Mr. C. E. Price (L.) '-. 3965 Mr. Scott (U.) 1980 Liberal majority, 1985. Previous Election. Mr. C. E. Price (L.) ... N ... 3935 Capt. J. G. D. Walker (U.).., 1857 Liberal majority, 2078. EDINBURGH (WEST). Mr. J. A. Clyde, K.C. (U.) ... 4683 Mr. C. H. Lyell (L.) 4233 Unionist majority, 450. Previous Election. Sir L. M'lver (U.) 3949 Rt. Hon. L. Courtney (L.) ... 3643 Unionist majority, 306. EDINBURGH (SOUTH). Mr. Arthur Dewar, K.C. (L.) ... 10,236 Mr. H. B. Cox (U.) 7901 Liberal majority, 2335. ' Previous Election. Mr. A. Dewar, K.C. (L.) ... 8185 Mr. Cox (U.) 6964 Liberal majority, 1221. 3=l EDINBURGH-EAST. Sir J. Gibson (L.) 6760 Mr. P. J. Ford (U.) 4273 Liberal majority, 2487. Election in 1906. Mr. G. M'Crae (L.) ,6606 ■ Dr. R. Dawson (U.) 2431 Liberal majority, 4174. By-Election in ISO 9. Mr. Gibson (L.) 4527 Mr. Ford (Unionist) 4069 Liberal majority, 458. ELECTED UNOPPOSED. IRELAND. LIMERICK-WEST. Mr. P. J. O'Shaughnessy (N.). Same in 1906. CLARE-EAST. Mr. W. K. Redmond (N.). / Same in 1906. CORRECTED RETURN. SUNDERLAND (2). Mr. Samuel Storey (U.) ... 12,334 Mr. J. Knott (U.) 12,270 Right Hon. J. Stuart (L.) ... 11,529 Mr. T. Summerbell (Lab.) ... ' 11,058 Previous Election. Prof. James Stuart (L.) :.. i 3,620 Mr. T. Summerbell (Lab.) ... 13,430 Mr. D. H. Hoggie (U.) ... 7879 Mr. J. S. G. Pemberton (U.) 7244 [In giving this result as cabled yesterday, we suggested, as the tTro Unionist candidates were given first, although Mr. Knott was credited with only 11,270, that "an error had possibly been made and that Mr. Knott's figures should be 12,270." This was subsequently shown to be correct.] Any further results of the polling which may come to hand before The Post goes to press will be found on page 7.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 16, 20 January 1910

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