- Monday 10 February 1890 – Joint meeting with Cambridge Liberal Association. Robert Reid QC MP, and Cambridge Liberal candidate R.C. Lehmann.
- Wednesday 26 February 1890 – Presidential address: Sir Charles Russell, on the Parnell Commission. (Alexandra Hall)
- Saturday 3 May 1890 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club, chaired by R.C. Lehmann. Speaker: H.H. Asquith QC MP on Home Rule all round, and Scottish disestablishment.
- Saturday 17 May 1890 – Augustine Birrell MP.
- Thursday 4 December 1890 – Frederic Harrison, on ‘Education apart from rewards and prizes’, followed by a debate expressing renewed confidence in Mr. Gladstone amidst the current political crisis.
- Thursday 5 March 1891 – Presidential address: Prof. James Bryce MP FRS FBA.
Easter vacation 1891
- Thursday 30 April 1891 – Eighty Club ‘at home’ in Cambridge.
- Thursday 28 May 1891 – Meeting (speaker unknown).
- Saturday 30 May 1891 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Richard Haldane QC MP on “Social problems”. Other guests include C.P. Trevelyan, the Irish Nationalist Edmund Vesey Knox MP, and Sir Charles Russell chairing. (Lion’s Hotel)
- Saturday 27 February 1892 – Justin McCarthy MP, on the Irish Local Government Bill.
- Friday 11 March 1892 – Presidential address: The Rt. Hon. Lord (Farrer) Herschell GCB QC, the Lord Chancellor, substituting for Sir William Harcourt.
- Saturday 21 May 1892 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. chaired by Sir Edward Grey Bt MP. Speaker: Robert Reid QC MP on Home Rule all round, and Scottish disestablishment. Guests include Augustine Birrell MP.
Summer vacation 1892
- 1892 general election campaign. In a closely-fought contest, the Unionists held the Cambridge seat by 255 votes, defeating Liberal candidate R.C. Lehmann.
- Wednesday 8 March 1893 – Presidential address: The Rt. Hon. George Robinson, 1st Marquess of Ripon KG GCSI CIE.
- Monday 4 December 1893 – William O’Brien MP, the Irish Nationalist, on ‘the fruits of Mr. Gladstone’s policy.’ (Alexandra Hall)
- Friday 4 May1894 – Richard Haldane QC MP.
- Saturday 2 June 1894 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Sir Frank Lockwood QC MP. Other guests include Maurice Sheldon Amos and Harold Tennant MP, with Robert Reid QC MP chairing.
- Thursday 24 January 1895 – George W.E. Russell MP, Under-Secretary of the Home Office, on ‘liberalism and social reform.’
- Wednesday 6 March 1895 – Presidential address: Sir Edward Grey Bt MP, Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs (substituting for the Earl of Rosebery), on Lords reform, Welsh disestablishment, parish councils, the ‘new liberalism’, and the stability of the Liberal government. (Alexandra Hall)
- Wednesday 20 March 1895 – Presidential address: The Rt. Hon. H.H. Asquith QC MP, Home Secretary.
- (There was no joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club held this year.)
- Wednesday 1 May 1895 – Sir Charles Dilke MP Bt.
Summer vacation 1895
- 1895 general election campaign. The Unionists held the Cambridge seat by 654 votes.
- Friday 1 November 1895 – Sidney Webb, economist, on ‘The new liberalism’, with a response by Oscar Browning MA and G.M. Trevelyan.
- Saturday 6 June 1896 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman MP, on imperialism. Guests include Reginald McKenna MP and C.F.G. Masterman, with Augustine Birrell MP chairing. (Masonic Hall)
- Thursday 5 November 1896 – Public meeting with the Rt. Hon. Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Earl of Crewe, former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, on party policy and the state of the Liberal party, followed by Frederick William Wilson MP, R.J. McDonnell of St. John’s, and H.C. Gutteridge of King’s, with Oscar Browning MA chairing. (Guildhall)
- Thursday 4 March 1897 – Joint meeting with Cambridge and County Liberal Association, with John Dillon MP, Leader of the Irish National Federation.
- Friday 5 November 1897 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Earl of Crewe, former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, on Home Rule.
- Saturday 7 May 1898 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Rt Hon Sir William Harcourt QC MP, Leader of the Liberal Party, on the government’s foreign policy, particularly relations with China, South Africa, and America. Other guests included Sir Wilfrid Lawson MP Bt, Thomas Lough MP, Lord Acton KCVO DL, Oscar Browning, G.M. Trevelyan, and Lewis Harcourt. (St. John’s)
- Saturday 13 May 1899 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon Prof. James Bryce MP FRS FBA, former President of the Board of Trade, on imperialism and Home Rule. (Masonic Hall)