1874 Liverpool Town Council election
Elections to Liverpool Town Council were held on Monday 2 November 1874. One third of the council seats were up for election, the term of office of each councillor being three years.
All of the sixteen wards were uncontested.
After the election, the composition of the council was:
* - Retiring Councillor seeking re-election
St. Anne Street
At the meeting of the Council on 9 November 1874, the terms of office of eight alderman expired.
The following eight were elected as Aldermen by the Council (Aldermen and Councillors) on 9 November 1874 for a term of six years.
* - re-elected aldermen.
Aldermanic By Election, 19 March 1875
The death of Alderman Thomas Cary (Conservative) was reported to the Council on 19 March 1875.
William Bennett was elected as an alderman by the Council on 19 March 1875.
No. 13, St. Anne Street, 9 July 1875
The death of Alderman James Tyrer (Conservative) was reported to the Council on 29 June 1875.
Dr. John Stepford Taylor (Conservative, St. Anne Street, elected unopposed 1 November 1873) was elected as an alderman by the Council (Councillors and Aldermen) on 29 June 1875.
No. 10, Rodney Street, 24 September 1875
Caused by the death of Councillor James Houghton (Conservative, Rodney Street, elected 1 November 1872).
No. 11, Abercromby, 14 October 1875
The Death of Councillor Robertson Gladstone (Liberal, Abercromby, elected 1 November 1873) was reported to the Council on 6 October 1875.
No. 14, West Derby, 21 October 1875
The Death of Councillor Francis Anderson Clint (Liberal, West Derby, elected 2 November 1874) was reported to the Council on 6 October 1875.