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Course of History

1868 General Election

1868 General Election

England

C 803,637 votes (40.2%) 211 MP's elected

L 1,192,098 votes (59.7%) 244 MP's elected

Wales

C 29,866 votes (37.9%) 10 MP's elected

L 52,256 votes (62.1%) 23 MP's elected

Scotland

C 23,985 votes (17.5%) 7 MP's elected

L 125,356 votes (82.5%) 51 MP's elected

Ireland

C 38,767 votes (41.9%) 37 MP's elected

L 54,461 votes (57.9%) 66 MP's elected

Others 188 votes (0.2%) 0 MP elected

Universities

C 7,063 votes (55.4%) 6 MP's elected

L 4,605 votes (44.6%) 3 MP's elected

Total UK

C 903,318 votes (38.4%) 271 MP's elected

L 1,428,776 votes (61.5%) 387 MP's elected

Others 1,157 votes (0.1%) 0 MP elected

C = Conservative Party

L = Liberal Party

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