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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 57

[Conference attendees]

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  • Hill, A. Staveley, Esq., Q.C., Conservative Member for West Staffordshire.
  • Holland, Sir Henry, Bart. K.C.M.G., Conservative Member for Midhurst; late Assistant Under Secretary for the Colonies: Member of the Imperial Defence Commission.
  • Hogg, Quintin, Esq.
  • Labilliere. F. P. Esq. (Hon. Secretary.)
  • Lewisham Viscount. Conservative Member for West Kent.
  • Lloyd. Sampson S. Esq., Conservative Member for North Warwickshire.
  • Lubbock, Sir John, Bart. Liberal Member for London University.
  • Macleay, Sir George, K.C.M.G.
  • Mcarthur, Alexander, Esq., Liberal Member for Leicester.
  • Mcarthur, Sir William. K.C.M.G.. Liberal Member for Lambeth.
  • Mackinnon, William, Esq.
  • Maskelyne, N. Story, Esq., Liberal Member for Cricklade.
  • Maxwell, Sir Herbert, Bart., Conservative Member for Wigtonshire.
  • Merriman, the Hon, J. X.. formerly Member of the Cape Ministry.
  • Molineux, Gisborne, Esq.
  • Monck, The Right Hon. Viscount, formerly Governor-General of Canada.
  • Morley, Samuel, Esq. Liberal Member for Bristol.
  • Macdonald, the Right Hon. Sir John, G.C.B.. Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada.
  • Normanby, the Right Hon. the Marquis of, G.C.M.G., successively Governor of Nova Scotia. Queensland New Zealand and Victoria.
  • Norwood, C. M. Esq., Liberal Member for Hull.
  • Nugent, General Sir Charles, C.B.
  • Pelly, Sir Lewis, K.C.B., K.C.S.I.
  • Playfair. the Right Hon. Sir Lyon, K.C.B.. Liberal Member for the University of Edinburgh: formerly Post master-General in Mr. Gladstone's Ministry. Reay. Lord.
  • Rose, Sir John, formerly Finance Minister in the Canadian Government.
  • Rosebery, the Right Hon. the Earl of, K.T.: Under Secretary for the Home Department, 1881, in Mr. Gladstone's Ministry.
  • Robinson. Admiral Sir Spencer K.C.B.
  • Rusden, G W., Esq.
  • Rusden, A., Esq.
  • Sandford. W. Ayshford, Esq.
  • Scanlen, Sir Thomas, late Prime Minister of the Cape.
  • Seeley. J. R., M.A. Begins Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge.page 5
  • Shaftesbury, The Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G.
  • Silver, S.W., Esq.
  • Simmons, Alfred, Esq.
  • Simon, Mr. Serjeant, Liberal Member for Dewsbury.
  • Smith, Sir Francis.
  • Smith, Samuel, Esq., Liberal Member for Liverpool.
  • Smith, The Right Hon. W. H., Conservative Member for Westminster, First Lord of the Admiralty in Lord Beaconsfield's Ministry.
  • Soper, W. G., Esq.
  • Stanhope, The Hon. Edward, Conservative Member for Mid-Lincolnshire; Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade in 1875 to 1878; Under Secretary of State for India 1878 to 1880.
  • Southey, The Hon. R., C.M.G.
  • Summers, W., Liberal Member for Stalybridge.
  • Tennyson, Lord.
  • Tennyson, The Hon. Hallam.
  • Turnbull, Alexander, Esq.
  • Watt, The Hon. J. B., M.L.C., New South Wales.
  • Wemyss and March, Earl of.
  • Westgarth, William, Esq.
  • Westminster, The Very Rev. the Dean of.
  • Wilson, Sir Samuel.
  • Wood, J. Dennistoun. (Hon. Treasurer.)
  • Youl, J. A.. Esq., C.M.G.
  • Young, Frederick. Esq.

The following is an account of the proceedings of the Conference.

The Right Hon. W. E. Forster, M.P., who occupied the chair, opened the Conference with the intimation that the friends of the movement were receiving the adhesion and help of most influential men of all parties in the State to the proposed League, and he then called for the Report of the Provisional Committee. Which was as follows:—