§ MR. KIMBER (Wandsworth) moved for a Return showing, with regard to each Parliamentary Constituency in each part of the United Kingdom, and in numerical order, the number of Electors on the Register in force at the time of the General Election 1895, with the like particulars (collated therewith in contiguous columns) of the number of Electors on the Registers in force at the time of the General Elections of 1885, 1886, and 1892 respectively; the population of each Constituency; the number of Electors who voted at contested Elections in the General Election of 1895, and the majority by which each Member was elected; the number of illiterates who voted at that Election in each constituency; and a statement of the average number of Electors on the Register in force at the General Election of 1895 for the Members of Parliament in each part and in the whole of the United Kingdom respectively.529
§ The Motion was therefore postponed.
§ A little later,
§ MR. KIMBER
said he understood that the only objection to the granting of the Return was that Wales was not described as including Monmouthshire. He was quite willing to supply that omission.
§ MR. CLANCY (Dublin County, N.)
gave notice that he would oppose the Motion for the Amended Return.