Edward Southwell Ruthven

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Edward Southwell Ruthven (c. 1772 – 31 March 1836) was an Irish Repealer politician and member of the United Kingdom Parliament.

Member for Downpatrick 1806-7 and 1830-1832, MP for Dublin City (Repealer) 1832–1835 and (Liberal Repealer) January 1835 – 13 April 1835 (when he was unseated on petition).

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Charles Stewart Hawthorne
Member of Parliament for Downpatrick
18061807
Succeeded by
John Wilson Croker
Preceded by
John Waring Maxwell
Member of Parliament for Downpatrick
18301832
Succeeded by
John Waring Maxwell
Preceded by
Sir Frederick Shaw, 3rd Baronet
Viscount Ingestre
Member of Parliament for Dublin City
1832 – 1835
With: Daniel O'Connell
Succeeded by
George Alexander Hamilton
John Beattie West