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He won the seat in 1886, but lost it in 1900 to Bonar Law. He unsuccessfully tried to win it back in 1906.
In his time as an MP he was involved in debates over land taxation. He is buried in the graveyard at the Ramshorn Church in the Merchant City.
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|Member of Parliament for Glasgow Blackfriars & Hutchesontown
1886 – 1900
Andrew Bonar Law
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