James Caldwell (Scottish politician)
James Caldwell (1839–1925) was a Scottish politician. He served as an MP for two constituencies.
He was first elected for Glasgow St Rollox (UK Parliament constituency) in 1886 as a Liberal Unionist. During his term he went over to the Liberals, and in 1892 he stood for re-election not in his own constituency but in Glasgow Tradeston (UK Parliament constituency), where he was narrowly defeated.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by James Caldwell
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|Member of Parliament for Glasgow St Rollox
Sir James Carmichael, Bt
|Member of Parliament for Mid Lanarkshire
John Howard Whitehouse
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