British parliamentary election results, 1885-1918 / compiled and edited by F. W. S. Craig Craig, F. W. S. (Frederick Walter Scott), 1929-

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Craig, F. W. S. (Frederick Walter Scott), 1929-
Great Britain. Parliament; Elections - Great Britain - Statistics.; Great Britain - Politics and government - 1837-1901.
  • Includes indexes (Candidates ; Constituencies ; Footnotes)
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