1874 General Election

Glasgow

(3 seats)

Liberal hold / Charles Cameron
Liberal hold / George Anderson
Conservative gain from Liberal / Alexander Whitelaw
Anderson and Cameron stood as temperance, working men and religious freedom candidates. Bolton and Crum were nominated by the local Whigs, and Kerr stood for Roman Catholicism and the Irish interest
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 LiberalCameron, Charles18,45524.6%N/A
 LiberalAnderson, George17,90223.8%N/A
 ConservativeWhitelaw, Alexander14,13418.8%N/A
 ConservativeHunter, James12,53316.7%N/A
 LiberalCrum, Alexander7,4539.9%N/A
 LiberalKerr, Francis Ernest4,4445.9%N/A
 LiberalBolton, Joseph Cheney1690.2%N/A
Majority3,7685%N/A
Estimated Turnout25,03046%N/A
SwingN/A
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to Whitelaw's death
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 LiberalTennant, Charles ClowUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
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