Grey and Bell
Thomas King resigned in 1855, but the seat was not filled before the next general election through a by-election. Brown resigned on 16 August 1856 to (unsuccessfully) contest the Taranaki superintendency. He was again elected in 1858 and resigned in 1860, when his militia service required his full attention.
In between Brown's terms, Lewthwaite represented the electorate, who resigned in 1858. Thomas King and William Cutfield King contested the 1860 election. The latter won the contest, but was killed in the New Zealand Wars before he could take up the seat. R Trimble won the 1879 election.
The following Members of Parliament represented Grey and Bell:
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