Armagh City (UK Parliament constituency)

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Armagh City
Former Borough constituency
for the House of Commons
18011885
Replaced by Mid Armagh

Armagh City was a United Kingdom Parliament constituency, in Ireland.

Boundaries[edit]

This constituency was the parliamentary borough of Armagh in County Armagh. It was the successor constituency to the Armagh City constituency of the Parliament of Ireland.

The constituency was disenfranchised in the 1885 redistribution of parliamentary seats and incorporated into the county division of Mid Armagh.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Election Member Party Note
1801, January 1 Patrick Duigenan Tory 1801: Co-opted. 1816: Died.
1816, May 8 Daniel Webb Webber Tory
1818, June 26 John Leslie Foster Tory Also returned for Lisburn
1820, March 16 William Stuart Tory
1826, June 19 Rt Hon. Henry Goulburn Tory
1831, May 10 Viscount Ingestre Tory Resigned to contest Dublin
1831, August 25 Sir John William Head Brydges Tory
1832, December 15 Leonard Dobbin Liberal
1837, August 7 William Curry Liberal Appointed Master in Chancery
1840, May 22 John Dawson Rawdon Liberal
1852, July 9 Ross Stephenson Moore Conservative Died
1855, December 6 Joshua Walter McGeough Bond Conservative
1857, April 2 Stearne Ball Miller Conservative
1859, May 5 Joshua Walter McGeough Bond Conservative
1865, July 17 Stearne Ball Miller Conservative Appointed Judge in Bankruptcy
1867, January 30 John Vance Conservative Died
1875, October 18 George Beresford Conservative Last MP for the constituency
1885 Constituency abolished

Elections[edit]

References[edit]