Mr. dalglish delivered a thoroughly characteristic speech, of which we are in a position to give the salient points.
Of Mr. dalglish's political connection with the city there is not much to be said.
Thus giving a majority of 2276 for Mr. Graham, and a majority of 878 for Mr. dalglish.
And of no man in the House of Commons is this more true than of Mr. dalglish.
Mr. dalglish is considered to have as good a technical knowledge of the House of Commons' business as any private member in it.
To one and all of these questions the friends and admirers of Mr. dalglish would almost be compelled to return a negative answer.
In personal appearance, Mr. dalglish is about the ordinary height.
Mr. dalglish is always in his place, and he is ever eager to promote the interests of his constituents.
At every subsequent election Mr. dalglish has been returned with acclamation.