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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 48


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Monday, November 24.

Mr. Gladstone left Liverpool for Scotland. Addresses presented at Carlisle from the Langholm Working Men (Dumfriesshire), the Carlisle Liberal Association, the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Liberal Association, and the Gateshead Liberal Association; at Galashiels from the Galashiels Liberal Association and the Selkirk Liberal Association; and lastly, at Edinburgh, from the Executive Liberal Committee of Midlothian, and the Corporation of Edinburgh.

Tuesday, November 25.

Speech to the Midlothian Electors (Edinburgh District) in the Music Hall. Address presented by the Corporation of Edinburgh.

Wednesday, November 26.

Speech to the Midlothian Electors (Dalkeith District) in the Corn Exchange, Dalkeith. Speech to the Committee in the Forester's Hall, Dalkeith, and Presentation.

Thursday, November 27.

Speech to the Midlothian Electors (West Calder District) at West Calder. Address by the West Calder Non-Electors' Association.

Friday, November 28.

Reception at Dalmeny Park for the Members of the Midlothian Executive Committee. Address presented by the Corporation of Leith.

Saturday, November 29.

Speech to the Members of the East and North of Scotland Liberal Association, and Representatives of upwards of one hundred other local Associations, in the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh. Presentation of many Addresses in the Waverley Market, Edinburgh, in presence of a Mass Meeting of nearly 20,000 persons, and Speech in reply by Mr. Gladstone.

Monday, December 1.

Mr. Gladstone left Dalmeny Park for Taymouth Castle. Addresses presented at Inverkeithing, at Dunfermline, at Perth, by the County and City Associations, and at Aberfeldy from the local Liberal Association, and Speeches in reply.

Friday, December 5.

Speech to a Public Meeting in the St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow. Address presented by the Corporation of Glasgow.

Saturday, December 6.

Mr. Gladstone left Glasgow for Dalzell House, Motherwell. Presentation of Addresses at Motherwell Station, and Speech in reply.