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1874 general election 2nd edn A. L. Bowley accepted agricultural Anglican army Asquith Balfour became become began Bill Birmingham Boer boroughs Britain British C. F. G. Masterman cabinet cent Church Churchill City claimed classes colonial Commons Conservative constituted democracy Disraeli Economic Edwardian Edwardian period election electorate Empire England and Wales English especially families favour foreign German Gladstone Gladstone's Government growth History Home Rule House Imperial income increased industrial influence Ireland Irish Joseph Chamberlain Journal Labour Lancashire land late-Victorian leaders League legislation less living Lloyd George London Lord Randolph Churchill Lord Salisbury majority Manchester middle middle-class million National Education League Nineteenth Century Nonconformist organization parliamentary political politicians Poor Law popular population poverty Prime Minister radical railway remained Review rural schools social reform socialist Society towns trade unions Unionists United Kingdom urban Victorian vote wages women workers working-class