List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1868

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This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the 20th Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1868 general election.


Table of contents:

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A[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Aberdeen William Henry Sykes Liberal
Aberdeenshire East William Dingwall Fordyce Liberal
Aberdeenshire West William McCombie Liberal
Abingdon Hon. Charles Lindsay Conservative
Andover Hon. Dudley Fortescue Liberal
Anglesey Richard Davies Liberal
Antrim
(Two members)
Hon. Edward O'Neill Conservative
George Henry Seymour Conservative
Argyllshire The Marquess of Lorne Liberal
Armagh John Vance Conservative
Armagh County
(Two members)
Sir James Stronge, Bt Conservative
William Verner Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Thomas Walton Mellor Conservative
Athlone John Ennis Liberal
Aylesbury
(Two members)
Samuel George Smith Conservative
Nathan Rothschild Liberal
Ayr Edward Henry John Crauford Liberal
Ayrshire North William Finnie Liberal
Ayrshire South Sir David Wedderburn, Bt Liberal

B[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Banbury Bernhard Samuelson Liberal
Bandon William Shaw Liberal
Banffshire Robert Duff Liberal
Barnstaple
(Two members)
Thomas Cave Liberal
Charles Henry Williams Conservative
Bath
(Two members)
Sir William Tite Liberal
Donald Dalrymple Liberal
Beaumaris Hon. William Stanley Liberal
Bedford
(Two members)
Samuel Whitbread Liberal
James Howard Liberal
Bedfordshire
(Two members)
Francis Russell Liberal
Richard Gilpin Conservative
Belfast
(Two members)
William Johnston Conservative
Thomas McClure Liberal
Berkshire
(Three members)
Richard Benyon Conservative
Robert Loyd-Lindsay Conservative
John Walter Liberal
Berwickshire David Robertson Liberal
Berwick-upon-Tweed
(Two members)
Viscount Bury Liberal
John Stapleton Liberal
Beverley[1]
(Two members)
Sir Henry Edwards, Bt Conservative
Edmund Hegan Kennard Conservative
Bewdley[2] Sir Richard Atwood Glass Conservative
Birkenhead John Laird Conservative
Birmingham
(Three members)
John Bright Liberal
George Dixon Liberal
Philip Henry Muntz Liberal
Blackburn[3]
(Two members)
William Henry Hornby Conservative
Joseph Feilden Conservative
Bodmin Hon. Frederick Leveson-Gower Liberal
Bolton
(Two members)
William Gray Conservative
John Hick Conservative
Boston
(Two members)
John Malcolm Conservative
Thomas Collins Conservative
Bradford[4]
(Two members)
William Edward Forster Liberal
Henry Ripley Liberal
Brecon[5] Howel Gwyn Conservative
Breconshire Hon. Godfrey Morgan Conservative
Bridgnorth Henry Whitmore Conservative
Bridgwater[6]
(Two members)
Alexander William Kinglake Liberal
Philip Vanderbyl Liberal
Bridport Thomas Alexander Mitchell Liberal
Brighton
(Two members)
James White Liberal
Henry Fawcett Liberal
Bristol
(Two members)
Henry FitzHardinge Berkeley Liberal
Samuel Morley Liberal
Buckingham Sir Harry Verney, Bt Liberal
Buckinghamshire
(Three members)
Caledon Du Pré Conservative
Benjamin Disraeli Conservative
Nathaniel Grace Lambert Liberal
Burnley Richard Shaw Liberal
Bury Robert Needham Philips Liberal
Bury St Edmunds
(Two members)
Joseph Alfred Hardcastle Liberal
Edward Greene Conservative
Buteshire Charles Dalrymple Conservative

C[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Carnarvon William Bulkeley Hughes Liberal
Carnarvonshire Love Jones-Parry Liberal
Caithness George Traill Liberal
Calne Lord Edmond FitzMaurice Liberal
Cambridge
(Two members)
Robert Torrens Liberal
William Fowler Liberal
Cambridge University
(Two members)
Spencer Horatio Walpole Conservative
Alexander Beresford Hope Conservative
Cambridgeshire
(Three members)
Lord George Manners Conservative
Viscount Royston Conservative
Hon. Sir Henry Brand Liberal
Canterbury
(Two members)
Henry Munro-Butler-Johnstone Conservative
Theodore Brinckman Liberal
Cardiff James Crichton-Stuart Liberal
Cardigan Sir Thomas Lloyd, Bt Liberal
Cardiganshire Evan Richards Liberal
Carlisle
(Two members)
Edmund Potter Liberal
Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Bt Liberal
Carlow William Addis Fagan Liberal
Carlow County
(Two members)
Henry Bruen Conservative
Arthur MacMorrough Kavanagh Conservative
Carmarthen John Cowell-Stepney Liberal
Carmarthenshire
(Two members)
Edward Sartoris Liberal
John Jones Conservative
Carrickfergus Marriott Dalway Liberal
Cashel[7] James Lyster O'Beirne Liberal
Cavan
(Two members)
Hon. Hugh Annesley Conservative
Edward James Saunderson Liberal
Chatham Arthur Otway Liberal
Chelsea
(Two members)
Sir Charles Dilke, Bt Liberal
Sir Henry Hoare, Bt Liberal
Cheltenham Henry Samuelson Liberal
Cheshire East
(Two members)
Edward Christopher Egerton Conservative
William Legh Conservative
Cheshire Mid
(Two members)
Hon. Wilbraham Egerton Conservative
George Cornwall Legh Conservative
Cheshire West
(Two members)
Sir Philip Grey Egerton, Bt Conservative
John Tollemache Conservative
Chester
(Two members)
Earl Grosvenor Liberal
Henry Cecil Raikes Conservative
Chichester Lord Henry Lennox Conservative
Chippenham Gabriel Goldney Conservative
Christchurch Edmund Haviland-Burke Liberal
Cirencester Allen Bathurst Conservative
Clackmannanshire and Kinross-shire Sir William Patrick Adam Liberal
Clare
(Two members)
Crofton Moore Vandeleur Conservative
Sir Colman O'Loghlen, Bt Liberal
Clitheroe Ralph Assheton Conservative
Clonmel John Bagwell Liberal
Cockermouth Isaac Fletcher Liberal
Colchester
(Two members)
John Gurdon Rebow Liberal
William Brewer Liberal
Coleraine Sir Henry Bruce, Bt Conservative
Cork
(Two members)
Nicholas Daniel Murphy Liberal
John Francis Maguire Liberal
County Cork
(Two members)
Arthur Smith-Barry Conservative
McCarthy Downing Liberal
Cornwall East
(Two members)
Sir John Salusbury-Trelawny, Bt Liberal
Edward Brydges Willyams Liberal
Cornwall West Sir John St Aubyn, Bt Liberal
Arthur Vivian Liberal
Coventry
(Two members)
Henry Eaton Conservative
Alexander Staveley Hill Conservative
Cricklade
(Two members)
Sir Daniel Gooch, Bt Conservative
Hon. Frederick William Cadogan Liberal
Cumberland East
(Two members)
Hon. Charles Howard Liberal
William Nicholson Hodgson Conservative
Cumberland West
(Two members)
Henry Lowther Conservative
Hon. Percy Wyndham Conservative

D[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Darlington Edmund Backhouse Liberal
Denbigh Boroughs Watkin Williams Liberal
Denbighshire
(Two members)
Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bt Conservative
George Osborne Morgan Liberal
Derby
(Two members)
Michael Thomas Bass Liberal
Samuel Plimsoll Liberal
Derbyshire East
(Two members)
Hon. Francis Egerton Liberal
Hon. Henry Strutt Liberal
Derbyshire North
(Two members)
Lord George Henry Cavendish Liberal
Augustus Peter Arkwright Conservative
Derbyshire South
(Two members)
Rowland Smith Conservative
Sir Thomas Gresley, Bt Conservative
Devizes Sir Thomas Bateson, Bt Conservative
Devonport
(Two members)
Montague Chambers Liberal
John Delaware Lewis Liberal
Devonshire East
(Two members)
Sir Lawrence Palk, Bt Conservative
Lord Courtenay Conservative
Devonshire North
(Two members)
Thomas Dyke Acland Liberal
Sir Stafford Northcote, Bt Conservative
Devonshire South
(Two members)
Samuel Trehawke Kekewich Conservative
Sir Massey Lopes, Bt Conservative
Dewsbury Sir John Simon Liberal
Donegal
(Two members)
Thomas Conolly Conservative
Marquis of Hamilton Conservative
Dorchester Charles Sturt Conservative
Dorset
(Three members)
Henry Sturt Conservative
Hon. Henry Portman Liberal
John Floyer Conservative
Dover
(Two members)
Alexander George Dickson Conservative
George Jessel Liberal
Down
(Two members)
Lord Edwin Hill-Trevor Conservative
William Brownlow Forde Conservative
Downpatrick William Keown Conservative
Drogheda[8] Benjamin Whitworth Liberal
Droitwich Sir John Pakington, Bt Conservative
Dublin[9]
(Two members)
Jonathan Pim Liberal
Sir Arthur Guinness, Bt Conservative
Dublin County
(Two members)
Thomas Edward Taylor Conservative
Ion Hamilton Conservative
Dublin University
(Two members)
Anthony Lefroy Conservative
John Thomas Ball Conservative
Dudley Henry Brinsley Sheridan Liberal
Dumfries Robert Jardine Liberal
Dumfriesshire[10] Sydney Waterlow Liberal
Dunbartonshire Archibald Orr-Ewing Conservative
Dundalk Philip Callan Liberal
Dundee
(Two members)
Sir John Ogilvy, Bt Liberal
George Armitstead Liberal
Dungannon William Stuart Knox Conservative
Dungarvon Henry Matthews Liberal
Durham City
(Two members)
John Henderson Liberal
John Robert Davison Liberal
Durham County North
(Two members)
Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bt Liberal
George Elliot Conservative
Durham County South Joseph Pease Liberal
Frederick Beaumont Liberal

E[edit]

Constituency MP Party
East Retford
(Two members)
The Viscount Galway Conservative
Francis John Savile Foljambe Liberal
Edinburgh
(Two members)
Duncan McLaren Liberal
John Miller Liberal
Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities Lyon Playfair Liberal
Elgin M. E. Grant Duff Liberal
Elginshire and Nairnshire Hon. James Ogilvy-Grant Conservative
Ennis William Stacpoole Liberal
Enniskillen Viscount Crichton Conservative
Essex East
(Two members)
James Round Conservative
Samuel Ruggles-Brise Conservative
Essex South
(Two members)
Richard Baker Wingfield-Baker Liberal
Andrew Johnston Liberal
Essex West
(Two members)
Lord Eustace Cecil Conservative
Henry Selwin-Ibbetson Conservative
Evesham James Bourne Conservative
Exeter
(Two members)
John Coleridge Liberal
Edgar Alfred Bowring Liberal
Eye The Viscount Barrington Conservative

F[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Falkirk Burghs James Merry Liberal
Fermanagh
(Two members)
Mervyn Edward Archdall Conservative
Hon. Henry Cole Conservative
Fife Sir Robert Anstruther, Bt Liberal
Finsbury
(Two members)
William Torrens McCullagh Torrens Liberal
Andrew Lusk Liberal
Flint Sir John Hanmer, Bt Liberal
Flintshire Lord Richard Grosvenor Liberal
Forfarshire Charles Carnegie Liberal
Frome Thomas Hughes Liberal

G[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Galway Borough
(Two members)
Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bt Liberal
Viscount St Lawrence Liberal
Galway County
(Two members)
William Henry Gregory Liberal
Viscount Bourke Liberal
Gateshead Sir William Hutt Liberal
Glamorganshire
(Two members)
Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot Liberal
Henry Vivian Liberal
Glasgow
(Three members)
Robert Dalglish Liberal
William Graham Liberal
George Anderson Liberal
Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities James Moncreiff Liberal
Gloucester
(Two members)
William Philip Price Liberal
Charles James Monk Liberal
Gloucestershire East
(Two members)
Robert Stayner Holford Conservative
Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Bt Conservative
Gloucestershire West
(Two members)
Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote Liberal
Samuel Marling Liberal
Grantham
(Two members)
Frederick James Tollemache Liberal
Sir Hugh Cholmeley, Bt Liberal
Gravesend Sir Charles John Wingfield Liberal
Great Grimsby "Colonel" George Tomline Liberal
Great Marlow Thomas Owen Wethered Conservative
Greenock James Johnston Grieve Liberal
Greenwich
(Two members)
David Salomons Liberal
William Ewart Gladstone Liberal
Guildford Guildford Onslow Liberal

H[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Hackney
(Two members)
Sir Charles Reed Liberal
John Holms Liberal
Haddington Sir Henry Ferguson-Davie, Bt Liberal
Haddingtonshire Lord Elcho Conservative
Halifax
(Two members)
Sir James Stansfeld Liberal
Edward Akroyd Liberal
Hampshire North
(Two members)
William Wither Bramston Beach Conservative
George Sclater-Booth Conservative
Hampshire South
(Two members)
Hon. William Cowper-Temple Liberal
Lord Henry Douglas-Scott-Montagu Conservative
Hartlepool Ralph Ward Jackson Conservative
Harwich Henry Jervis-White-Jervis Conservative
Hastings
(Two members)
Thomas Brassey Liberal
Frederick North Liberal
Haverfordwest The Lord Kensington Liberal
Hawick George Trevelyan Liberal
Helston Adolphus William Young Liberal
Hereford[11]
(Two members)
George Clive Liberal
John William Shaw Wylie Liberal
Herefordshire
(Three members)
Sir Joseph Bailey, Bt Conservative
Michael Biddulph Liberal
Sir Herbert Croft, Bt Conservative
Hertford Robert Dimsdale Conservative
Hertfordshire
(Three members)
Henry Cowper Liberal
Abel Smith Conservative
Henry Brand Liberal
Horsham Robert Henry Hurst Liberal
Huddersfield Edward Aldam Leatham Liberal
Huntingdon Thomas Baring Conservative
Huntingdonshire
(Two members)
Edward Fellowes Conservative
Lord Robert Montagu Conservative
Hythe Baron Mayer Amschel de Rothschild Liberal

I[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Inverness Burghs Aeneas William Mackintosh Liberal
Inverness-shire Donald Cameron Conservative
Ipswich
(Two members)
Hugh Adair Liberal
Henry Wyndham West Liberal
Isle of Wight Sir John Simeon, Bt Liberal

K[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Kendal John Whitwell Liberal
Kent East
(Two members)
Edward Leigh Pemberton Conservative
Hon. George Milles Conservative
Kent Mid
(Two members)
William Hart Dyke Conservative
Viscount Holmesdale Conservative
Kent West
(Two members)
Sir Charles Mills, Bt Conservative
John Gilbert Talbot Conservative
Kerry
(Two members)
Viscount Castlerosse Liberal
Henry Arthur Herbert Liberal
Kidderminster Thomas Lea Liberal
Kildare
(Two members)
William Henry Ford Cogan Liberal
Lord Otho FitzGerald Liberal
Kilkenny City Sir John Gray Liberal
County Kilkenny
(Two members)
Leopold Agar-Ellis Liberal
George Leopold Bryan Liberal
Kilmarnock Hon. Edward Pleydell Bouverie Liberal
Kincardineshire James Dyce Nicol Liberal
King's County
(Two members)
Sir Patrick O'Brien, Bt Liberal
David Sherlock Liberal
King's Lynn
(Two members)
Lord Stanley Conservative
Hon. Robert Bourke Conservative
Kingston upon Hull
(Two members)
James Clay Liberal
Charles Morgan Norwood Liberal
Kinsale Sir George Colthurst, Bt Liberal
Kirkcaldy Burghs Roger Sinclair Aytoun Liberal
Kirkcudbright Wellwood Herries Maxwell Liberal
Knaresborough Alfred Illingworth Liberal

L[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Lambeth
(Two members)
Sir James Lawrence, Bt Liberal
William McArthur Liberal
Lanarkshire North Sir Thomas Colebrooke, Bt Liberal
Lanarkshire South John Hamilton Liberal
Lancashire North
(Two members)
John Wilson-Patten Conservative
Hon. Frederick Stanley Conservative
Lancashire North-East
(Two members)
James Maden Holt Conservative
John Pierce Chamberlain Starkie Conservative
Lancashire South-East
(Two members)
Hon. Algernon Egerton Conservative
John Snowdon Henry Conservative
Lancashire South-West
(Two members)
Charles Turner Conservative
R. A. Cross Conservative
Launceston Henry Lopes Conservative
Leeds
(Three members)
Edward Baines Liberal
Robert Meek Carter Liberal
William St James Wheelhouse Conservative
Leicester
(Two members)
Peter Alfred Taylor Liberal
John Dove Harris Liberal
Leicestershire North
(Two members)
Lord John Manners Conservative
Samuel William Clowes Conservative
Leicestershire South
(Two members)
Viscount Curzon Conservative
Albert Pell Conservative
Leith Burghs Robert Andrew Macfie Liberal
Leitrim
(Two members)
John Brady Liberal
William Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Leominster Richard Arkwright Conservative
Lewes Lord Pelham Liberal
Lichfield Richard Dyott Conservative
Limerick City
(Two members)
Francis William Russell Liberal
George Gavin Liberal
Limerick County
(Two members)
William Monsell Liberal
Edward Synan Liberal
Lincoln
(Two members)
Charles Seely Liberal
John Hinde Palmer Liberal
Lincolnshire Mid
(Two members)
Weston Cracroft Amcotts Liberal
Henry Chaplin Conservative
Lincolnshire North
(Two members)
Sir Montague Cholmeley, Bt Liberal
Rowland Winn Conservative
Lincolnshire South
(Two members)
William Welby-Gregory Conservative
Edmund Turnor Conservative
Linlithgowshire Peter McLagan Liberal
Lisburne Edward Wingfield Verner Conservative
Liskeard Sir Arthur William Buller Liberal
Liverpool
(Three members)
Samuel Robert Graves Conservative
Viscount Sandon Conservative
William Rathbone Liberal
City of London
(Four members)
Robert Wigram Crawford Liberal
George Goschen Liberal
William Lawrence Liberal
Charles Bell Conservative
London University Robert Lowe Liberal
Londonderry Richard Dowse Liberal
Londonderry County
(Two members)
Robert Peel Dawson Conservative
Sir Frederic Heygate, Bt Conservative
Longford
(Two members)
Fulke Greville-Nugent Liberal
Myles O'Reilly Liberal
Louth County
(Two members)
Chichester Fortescue Liberal
Matthew O'Reilly Dease Liberal
Ludlow George Windsor-Clive Conservative
Lymington Lord George Gordon-Lennox Conservative

M[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Macclesfield
(Two members)
David Chadwick Liberal
William Coare Brocklehurst Liberal
Maidstone
(Two members)
William Lee Liberal
James Whatman Liberal
Maldon Edward Hammond Bentall Liberal
Mallow Edward Sullivan Liberal
Malmesbury Walter Powell Conservative
Malton Hon. Charles Wentworth-FitzWilliam Liberal
Manchester
(Three members)
Sir Thomas Bazley, Bt Liberal
Jacob Bright Liberal
Hugh Birley Conservative
Marlborough Lord Ernest Brudenell-Bruce Liberal
Marylebone
(Two members)
John Harvey Lewis Liberal
Sir Thomas Chambers Liberal
Mayo
(Two members)
Lord Bingham Conservative
George Henry Moore Liberal
Meath
(Two members)
Matthew Elias Corbally Liberal
Edward McEvoy Liberal
Merioneth David Williams Liberal
Merthyr Tydvil
(Two members)
Henry Richard Liberal
Richard Fothergill Liberal
Middlesbrough Henry Bolckow Liberal
Middlesex
(Two members)
Viscount Enfield Liberal
Lord George Hamilton Conservative
Midhurst William Townley Mitford Conservative
Midlothian Sir Alexander Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland, Bt Liberal
Monaghan
(Two members)
Charles Powell Leslie Conservative
Sewallis Evelyn Shirley Conservative
Monmouth Sir John Ramsden, Bt Liberal
Monmouthshire
(Two members)
Charles Octavius Swinnerton Morgan Conservative
Poulett Somerset Conservative
Montgomery Hon. Charles Hanbury-Tracy Liberal
Montgomeryshire Charles Watkin Williams-Wynn Conservative
Montrose William Edward Baxter Liberal
Morpeth Sir George Grey, Bt Liberal

N[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Newark
(Two members)
Grosvenor Hodgkinson Liberal
Edward Denison Liberal
Newcastle-under-Lyme
(Two members)
William Shepherd Allen Liberal
Edmund Buckley Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
(Two members)
Thomas Emerson Headlam Liberal
Sir Joseph Cowen Liberal
Newport (Isle of Wight) Charles Wykeham Martin Liberal
New Ross Patrick McMahon Liberal
Newry William Kirk Liberal
New Shoreham
(Two members)
Stephen Cave Conservative
Sir Percy Burrell, Bt Conservative
Norfolk North
(Two members)
Frederick Walpole Conservative
Sir Edmund Lacon, Bt Conservative
Norfolk South
(Two members)
Clare Sewell Read Conservative
Edward Howes Conservative
Norfolk West
(Two members)
Sir William Bagge, Bt Conservative
Hon. Thomas de Grey Conservative
Northallerton John Hutton Conservative
Northampton
(Two members)
Charles Gilpin Liberal
The Lord Henley Liberal
Northamptonshire North
(Two members)
George Ward Hunt Conservative
Sackville Stopford-Sackville Conservative
Northamptonshire South
(Two members)
Sir Rainald Knightley, Bt Conservative
Fairfax Cartwright Conservative
Northumberland North
(Two members)
The Earl Percy Conservative
Sir Matthew White Ridley, Bt Conservative
Northumberland South
(Two members)
Wentworth Beaumont Liberal
Hon. Henry Liddell Conservative
Norwich[12]
(Two members)
Sir William Russell, Bt Liberal
Sir Henry Stracey, Bt Conservative
Nottingham
(Two members)
Sir Robert Juckes Clifton, Bt Liberal
Charles Ichabod Wright Conservative
Nottinghamshire North
(Two members)
Evelyn Denison Liberal (Speaker)
Frederick Chatfield Smith Conservative
Nottinghamshire South
(Two members)
William Hodgson Barrow Conservative
Thomas Thoroton-Hildyard Conservative

O[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Oldham
(Two members)
John Tomlinson Hibbert Liberal
John Platt Liberal
Orkney and Shetland Frederick Dundas Liberal
Oxford
(Two members)
Edward Cardwell Liberal
Sir William Vernon Harcourt Liberal
Oxfordshire
(Three members)
Joseph Warner Henley Conservative
John Sidney North Conservative
William Cornwallis Cartwright Liberal
Oxford University
(Two members)
Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy Conservative
John Mowbray Conservative

P[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Paisley Humphrey Crum-Ewing Liberal
Peebles and Selkirk Sir Graham Graham-Montgomery, Bt Conservative
Pembroke Thomas Meyrick Conservative
Pembrokeshire John Scourfield Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth
(Two members)
Robert Fowler Conservative
Edward Backhouse Eastwick Conservative
Perth Hon. Arthur Kinnaird Liberal
Perthshire Charles Stuart Parker Liberal
Peterborough
(Two members)
George Hammond Whalley Liberal
William Wells Liberal
Petersfield William Nicholson Liberal
Plymouth
(Two members)
Sir Robert Collier Liberal
Walter Morrison Liberal
Pontefract Hugh Childers Liberal
Samuel Waterhouse Conservative
Poole Arthur Guest Conservative
Portarlington Lionel Dawson-Damer Conservative
Portsmouth
(Two members)
William Stone Liberal
Sir James Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone, Bt Conservative
Preston
(Two members)
Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, Bt Conservative
Edward Hermon Conservative

Q[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Queen's County
(Two members)
John FitzPatrick Liberal
Kenelm Thomas Digby Liberal

R[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Radnor Richard Green-Price Liberal
Radnorshire Hon. Arthur Walsh Conservative
Reading
(Two members)
Sir Francis Goldsmid, Bt Liberal
George Shaw-Lefevre Liberal
Renfrewshire Archibald Alexander Speirs Liberal
Richmond (Yorkshire) Sir Roundell Palmer Liberal
Ripon Lord John Hay Liberal
Rochdale Thomas Bayley Potter Liberal
Rochester
(Two members)
Philip Wykeham Martin Liberal
John Alexander Kinglake Liberal
Roscommon
(Two members)
Fitzstephen French Liberal
Charles Owen O'Conor Liberal
Ross and Cromarty Alexander Matheson Liberal
Roxburghshire Sir William Scott, Bt Liberal
Rutland
(Two members)
Hon. Gerard Noel Conservative
George Henry Finch Conservative
Rye John Gathorne-Hardy Conservative

S[edit]

Constituency MP Party
St Andrews Edward Ellice Liberal
St Ives Charles Magniac Liberal
Salford
(Two members)
Charles Edward Cawley Conservative
William Thomas Charley Conservative
Salisbury
(Two members)
Edward Hamilton Liberal
John Alfred Lush Liberal
Sandwich
(Two members)
Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen Liberal
Henry Brassey Liberal
Scarborough
(Two members)
John Dent Dent Liberal
Sir Harcourt Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Bt Liberal
Shaftesbury George Glyn Liberal
Sheffield
(Two members)
George Hadfield Liberal
Anthony John Mundella Liberal
Shrewsbury
(Two members)
William James Clement Liberal
James Figgins Conservative
Shropshire North
(Two members)
John Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Viscount Newport Conservative
Shropshire South
(Two members)
Hon. Sir Percy Egerton Herbert Conservative
Edward Corbett Conservative
Sligo[13] Lawrence E. Knox Conservative
Sligo County
(Two members)
Sir Robert Gore-Booth, Bt Conservative
Denis Maurice O'Conor Liberal
Somerset East
(Two members)
Ralph Shuttleworth Allen Conservative
Richard Bright Conservative
Somerset Mid
(Two members)
Sir Richard Paget, Bt Conservative
Ralph Neville-Grenville Conservative
Somerset West
(Two members)
William Henry Powell Gore-Langton Conservative
Hon. Arthur Hood Conservative
Southampton
(Two members)
Russell Gurney Conservative
Peter Merrick Hoare Conservative
South Shields James Cochran Stevenson Liberal
Southwark
(Two members)
John Locke Liberal
Austen Henry Layard Liberal
Stafford[14]
(Two members)
Walter Meller Conservative
Henry Davis Pochin Liberal
Staffordshire East
(Two members)
Michael Bass Liberal
John Robinson McClean Liberal
Staffordshire North
(Two members)
Charles Adderley Conservative
Sir Edward Manningham-Buller, Bt Liberal
Staffordshire West
(Two members)
Sir Smith Child, Bt Conservative
Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram Conservative
Stalybridge James Sidebottom Conservative
Stamford Sir John Dalrymple-Hay, Bt Conservative
Stirling Henry Campbell-Bannerman Liberal
Stirlingshire John Elphinstone Erskine Liberal
Stockport
(Two members)
John Benjamin Smith Liberal
William Tipping Conservative
Stockton Joseph Dodds Liberal
Stoke-upon-Trent
(Two members)
George Melly Liberal
William Sargeant Roden Liberal
Stroud
(Two members)
Henry Selfe Page Winterbotham Liberal
Sebastian Stewart Dickinson Liberal
Suffolk East
(Two members)
Hon. John Henniker-Major Conservative
Frederick Snowdon Corrance Conservative
Suffolk West
(Two members)
William Parker Conservative
Lord Augustus Hervey Conservative
Sunderland
(Two members)
John Candlish Liberal
Sir Edward Temperley Gourley Liberal
Surrey East
(Two members)
Hon. Peter John Locke King Liberal
Charles Buxton Liberal
Surrey Mid
(Two members)
Henry Peek Conservative
Hon. William Brodrick Conservative
Surrey West
(Two members)
John Ivatt Briscoe Liberal
George Cubitt Conservative
Sussex East
(Two members)
John George Dodson Liberal
George Burrow Gregory Conservative
Sussex West
(Two members)
Walter Barttelot Conservative
The Earl of March Conservative
Sutherland Lord Ronald Gower Liberal
Swansea District Lewis Llewelyn Dillwyn Liberal

T[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Tamworth
(Two members)
Sir Robert Peel, Bt Liberal
Sir Henry Bulwer Liberal
Taunton[15]
(Two members)
Alexander Charles Barclay Liberal
Edward William Cox Conservative
Tavistock Lord Arthur Russell Liberal
Tewkesbury William Edwin Price Liberal
Thirsk Sir William Payne-Gallwey, Bt Conservative
Tipperary
(Two members)
Charles Moore Liberal
Charles William White Liberal
Tiverton
(Two members)
George Denman Liberal
John Heathcoat-Amory Liberal
Tower Hamlets
(Two members)
Acton Smee Ayrton Liberal
Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda Liberal
Tralee Daniel O'Donoghue Liberal
Truro
(Two members)
Sir Frederick Williams, Bt Conservative
John Vivian Liberal
Tynemouth and North Shields Thomas Eustace Smith Liberal
Tyrone
(Two members)
Hon. Henry Lowry-Corry Conservative
Lord Claud Hamilton Conservative

W[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Wakefield Somerset Beaumont Liberal
Wallingford Stanley Vickers Conservative
Walsall Charles Forster Liberal
Wareham John Hales Montagu Calcraft Liberal
Warrington Peter Rylands Liberal
Warwick
(Two members)
Arthur Wellesley Peel Liberal
Edward Greaves Conservative
Warwickshire North
(Two members)
Charles Newdigate Newdegate Conservative
William Bromley-Davenport Conservative
Warwickshire South
(Two members)
Henry Christopher Wise Conservative
John Hardy Conservative
Waterford City
(Two members)
John Aloysius Blake Liberal
James Delahunty Liberal
Waterford County
(Two members)
Sir John Esmonde, Bt Liberal
Edmond de la Poer Liberal
Wednesbury Alexander Brogden Liberal
Wenlock
(Two members)
Hon. George Weld-Forester Conservative
Alexander Brown Liberal
Westbury[16] John Lewis Phipps Conservative
Westmeath
(Two members)
William Pollard-Urquhart Liberal
Algernon Greville Liberal
Westminster
(Two members)
Hon. Robert Grosvenor Liberal
W. H. Smith Conservative
Westmorland
(Two members)
The Earl of Bective Conservative
William Lowther Conservative
Wexford Borough[17] Richard Joseph Devereux Liberal
Wexford County
(Two members)
John Power Liberal
Matthew Peter D'Arcy Liberal
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis
(Two members)
Henry Edwards Liberal
Charles J. T. Hambro Conservative
Whitby William Henry Gladstone Liberal
Whitehaven George Cavendish-Bentinck Conservative
Wick District George Loch Liberal
Wicklow
(Two members)
William Wentworth Fitzwilliam Dick Conservative
William Henry Wentworth-Fitzwilliam Liberal
Wigan
(Two members)
Henry Woods Liberal
John Lancaster Liberal
Wigtown Burghs George Young Liberal
Wigtownshire Lord Garlies Conservative
Wilton Sir Edmund Antrobus, Bt Liberal
Wiltshire North
(Two members)
Lord Charles Brudenell-Bruce Liberal
Sir George Jenkinson, Bt Conservative
Wiltshire South
(Two members)
Lord Henry Thynne Conservative
Thomas Grove Liberal
Winchester
(Two members)
John Bonham-Carter Liberal
William Barrow Simonds Conservative
Windsor Roger Eykyn Liberal
Wolverhampton
(Two members)
Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers Liberal
Thomas Matthias Weguelin Liberal
Woodstock Henry Barnett Conservative
Worcester
(Two members)
Alexander Clunes Sheriff Liberal
William Laslett Conservative
Worcestershire East
(Two members)
Hon. Charles Lyttelton Liberal
Richard Paul Amphlett Conservative
Worcestershire West
(Two members)
Frederick Knight Conservative
William Edward Dowdeswell Conservative
Wycombe Hon. William Carington Liberal

Y[edit]

Constituency MP Party
York
(Two members)
James Lowther Conservative
Joshua Proctor Brown Westhead Liberal
Yorkshire East Riding
(Two members)
Christopher Sykes Conservative
William Harrison-Broadley Conservative
Yorkshire North Riding
(Two members)
Frederick Milbank Liberal
Hon. Octavius Duncombe Conservative
Yorkshire West Riding East
(Two members)
Christopher Beckett Denison Conservative
Joshua Fielden Conservative
Yorkshire West Riding North
(Two members)
Sir Francis Crossley, Bt Liberal
Lord Frederick Cavendish Liberal
Yorkshire West Riding South
(Two members)
Henry Frederick Beaumont Liberal
William Fitzwilliam Liberal
Youghal[18] Christopher Weguelin Liberal

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The election was declared void on 11 March 1869. The constituency was disenfranchised by Royal assent 4 July 1870
  2. ^ Election declared void 16 February 1869. In a by-election on 11 March 1869, Glass (who did not contest the election) was replaced by John Cunliffe Pickersgill Cunliffe, the new Conservative candidate. However, Cunliffe was unseated on petition 30 April 1869, and replaced by Augustus Anson, the Liberal candidate in the second election.
  3. ^ Election declared void 16 March 1869. The two members were replaced by Henry Master Feilden and Edward Kenworthy Hornby respectively on 30 March 1869.
  4. ^ Ripley was unseated on petition 29 January 1869 and replaced by Edward Miall.
  5. ^ Election declared void 9 April 1869. Gwyn was replaced by Lord Hyde (Liberal) 24 April 1869.
  6. ^ The two members were unseated on petition 26 February 1869. The constituency was disenfranchised by Royal assent 4 July 1870.
  7. ^ Election declared void 22 February 1869. Constituency disenfranchised 1 August 1870.
  8. ^ Election declared void 16 February 1869. Benjamin Whitworth was replaced by Thomas Whitworth 15 March 1869.
  9. ^ The election of Guinness was declared void 5 February 1869. A writ for the second seat was suspended until August 1870. Sir Dominick John Corrigan replaced Guinness on 18 August 1870.
  10. ^ Election declared void 15 March 1869. Waterlow was replaced by George Gustavus Walker 31 March 1869.
  11. ^ The two members were unseated on petition 15 March 1869. They were replaced by Edward Henry Clive and Chandos Wren-Hoskyns 30 March 1869.
  12. ^ Stracey was unseated on petition 20 January 1869. No writ to replace him was issued until July 1870. On 13 July 1870 Jacob Henry Tillett (Liberal) was elected. However, this election was declared void 11 january 1871. Jeremiah James Colman (Liberal) was elected 22 February 1871.
  13. ^ Election declared void 2 March 1869. Constituency disenfranchised 1 August 1870.
  14. ^ Election declared void 13 May 1869. the two sitting members were replaced by Thomas Salt and Reginald Arthur James Talbot 7 June 1869.
  15. ^ Cox was unseated on petition 8 March 1869. He was replaced by Sir Henry James (Liberal).
  16. ^ Election declared void 5 February 1869. Phipps was replaced by Charles Paul Phipps 27 February 1869.
  17. ^ Election declared void 12 January 1869. However, at the 26 February 1869 by-election, Devereux was again returned.
  18. ^ Election declared void 20 April 1869. Weguelin was replaced by Montague John Guest 11 May 1869.

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