Inverness-shire (UK Parliament Constituency)

Inverness-shire (UK Parliament Constituency)

Inverness-shire was a county constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1708 to 1801 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 until 1918.

There was also a burgh constituency called Inverness Burghs, 1708 to 1918, and a county constituency called Inverness, 1918 to 1983.

Read more about Inverness-shire (UK Parliament Constituency):  Boundaries, Members of Parliament, Election Results

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Inverness-shire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Election Results - Elections in The 1910s
... General Election January 1910 Inverness-shire Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Sir John Alexander Dewar, Bt. 4,599 62.4 -6.0 Conservative Sir Reginald Macleod KCB 2,774 37.6 +6.0 Majority 1,825 24.8 -12.0 Turnout 7,373 74.1 +16.6 Registered electors 9,951 Liberal hold Swing +6.0 (L to C) General Election December 1910 Inverness-shire Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Sir John Alexander Dewar, Bt ...

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