Sir Charles Cameron (1841-1924) was a newspaper editor and publisher, and a Liberal MP for Glasgow, 1874-1900.
Cameron owned and edited the radical, campaigning and influential newspaper the North British Daily Mail, which he used to support Liberal and teetotal causes. Among the Acts of Parliament he introduced were the Inebriates Act of 1898.
Reference: Mitchell Library, 920.04BAI
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