List of United Kingdom by-elections (1818–32)

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This is a list of parliamentary by-elections in the United Kingdom held between 1818 and 1832, with the names of the previous incumbent and the victor in the by-election.

In the absence of a comprehensive and reliable source, for party and factional alignments in this period, no attempt is made to define them in this article. The House of Commons: 1790-1820 and The House of Commons: 1820-1832 provide some guidance to the complex and shifting political relationships, but it is significant that the compilers of those works make no attempt to produce a definitive list of each members allegiances.

Resignations[edit]

See Resignation from the British House of Commons for more details.

Where the cause of by-election is given as "resignation", this indicates that the incumbent was appointed on his own request to an "office of profit under the Crown". Offices used, in this period, were the Stewards of the Chiltern Hundreds or the Manor of East Hendred and the Escheators of Munster or Ulster. These appointments are made as a constitutional device for leaving the House of Commons, whose Members are not permitted to resign. If the vacancy was caused by appointment to another office then this office is noted in brackets.

By-elections[edit]

The c/u column denotes whether the by-election was a contested poll or an unopposed return. If the winner was re-elected, at the next general election and any intermediate by-elections, this is indicated by an * following the c or u. In a few cases the winner was elected at the next general election but had not been re-elected in a by-election after the one noted. In those cases no * symbol is used.

6th Parliament (1818–1820)[edit]

Date Constituency c/u Former Incumbent Winner Cause
10 February 1819 Guildford u William Draper Best Charles Baring Wall Resignation (Puisne Justice of the King's Bench)
10 February 1819 Peterborough u* William Elliot James Scarlett Death
11 February 1819 Great Yarmouth u* Thomas William Anson George Anson Elevation to the peerage
12 February 1819 Ashburton u* John Singleton Copley John Singleton Copley Chief Justice of Chester
13 February 1819 Bletchingley u Matthew Russell Sir William Curtis Chose to sit for Saltash
16 February 1819 Droitwich u* Andrew Foley Thomas Foley Death
16 February 1819 New Windsor u Edward Disbrowe The Lord Graves Death
20 February 1819 Downton u* Viscount Folkestone Bartholomew Bouverie Chose to sit for Salisbury
20 February 1819 Dunwich u The Lord Huntingfield William Alexander Mackinnon Resignation
20 February 1819 Portarlington u* Richard Sharp David Ricardo Resignation
22 February 1819 Downton u* Sir William Scott Sir Thomas Brooke Pechell Chose to sit for Oxford University
22 February 1819 Lisburn u John Leslie Foster Horace Beauchamp Seymour Chose to sit for Armagh City
22 February 1819 New Romney u* Richard Erle Drax Grosvenor Richard Edward Erle Drax Grosvenor Death
26 February 1819 Rye u Charles Arbuthnot Thomas Phillipps Lamb Chose to sit for St. Germans
27 February 1819 Bletchingley u* George Tennyson Marquess of Titchfield Resignation
1 March 1819 Wexford Borough u Richard Nevill Henry Evans Resignation
2 March 1819 County Tipperary u* Viscount Caher William Bagwell Became an Irish Peer
3 March 1819 Westminster u Sir Samuel Romilly George Lamb Death
4 March 1819 Cashel u* Richard Pennefather Ebenezer John Collett Resignation
6 March 1819 Clonmel u William Bagwell John Kiely Resignation to contest Tipperary
6 March 1819 Newry u* Francis Needham Francis Jack Needham Became an Irish peer
15 March 1819 Edinburghshire u* Sir George Clerk Sir George Clerk Lord of the Admiralty
16 March 1819 Inverness-shire u* Charles Grant Charles Grant Chief Secretary for Ireland
16 March 1819 Yarmouth u* John Taylor Sir Peter Pole Resignation
u William Mount John Wilson Croker Resignation
17 March 1819 Carrickfergus u Earl of Belfast Earl of Belfast Accepted a Commission in the Army
24 March 1819 Fowey c(*) Viscount Valletort Mathias Attwood Death
Mathias Attwood Viscount Valletort By-Election result reversed on petition 11 May 1819
27 March 1819 Tavistock u* Lord William Russell John Peter Grant Resignation
29 March 1819 Orford u* Edmond Alexander MacNaghten Edmond Alexander MacNaghten Junior Lord of the Treasury
29 March 1819 Stirling Burghs c John Campbell Francis Ward Primrose Void Election
30 March 1819 Boroughbridge u* Marmaduke Lawson Marmaduke Lawson Resigned seat and was re-elected
2 April 1819 Banffshire u* The Earl Fife The Earl Fife Lord of the Bedchamber
5 April 1819 Appleby u* George Fludyer Adolphus John Dalrymple Resignation
5 April 1819 Monmouthshire u* Lord Granville Charles Henry Somerset Lord Granville Charles Henry Somerset Junior Lord of the Treasury
8 April 1819 Bossiney c* James Archibald Stuart Wortley John William Ward Chose to sit for Yorkshire
8 April 1819 County Tipperary u* Montague James Mathew Francis Aldborough Prittie Death
17 April 1819 Camelford c Mark Milbank John Stewart Void Election. Results voided 16 June 1819. No by-election held.
John Bushby Maitland Lewis Allsopp
1 May 1819 Westbury u Ralph Franco William Leader Maberly Resignation
11 May 1819 Okehampton u* Christopher Savile The Lord Dunalley Death
20 May 1819 Hythe c* John Bladen Taylor Samuel Jones Loyd Resignation
25 May 1819 Shrewsbury c Richard Lyster John Mytton Death
29 May 1819 Tralee u* Edward Denny James Cuffe Resignation
31 May 1819 Linlithgow Burghs c Sir John Buchanan Riddell John Pringle Death
18 June 1819 Dorchester u Sir Samuel Shepherd Charles Warren Resignation (Chief Baron of the Scottish Court of Exchequer)
24 June 1819 Heytesbury u William Henry John Scott William Henry John Scott Clerk of Patents and Registrar of Affidavits at the Court of Chancery
6 July 1819 Tiverton u William Fitzhugh Viscount Sandon Resignation
10 July 1819 Bishop's Castle u John Robinson Douglas James William Kinnaird Death
12 July 1819 Rye u* Thomas Phillipps Lamb John Dodson Death
17 July 1819 Milborne Port c Robert Matthew Casberd Robert Mathew Casberd Puisne Justice of the Brecon Circuit
19 July 1819 Eye u* Sir Robert Gifford Sir Robert Gifford Attorney General for England and Wales
19 July 1819 Wiltshire c* Paul Methuen John Benett Resignation
20 July 1819 Ashburton u* John Singleton Copley John Singleton Copley Solicitor General for England and Wales
26 July 1819 Anstruther Easter Burghs c* Alexander Maconochie Sir William Rae Resignation (Lord of Session and Justiciary in Scotland)
29 July 1819 Edinburgh c* William Dundas William Dundas Keeper of Sasines
16 September 1819 Kinross-shire c Thomas Graham George Edward Graham Death
21 September 1819 Hereford u Thomas Powell Symonds Richard Philip Scudamore Death
8 October 1819 Arundel c* Sir Arthur Leary Piggott Robert Blake Death
15 October 1819 County Longford c* Sir Thomas Fetherston Sir George Ralph Fetherston Death
16 November 1819 Kent u* Sir Edward Knatchbull Sir Edward Knatchbull Death
22 November 1819 Banbury u* Frederick Sylvester North Douglas Heneage Legge Death
22 November 1819 Chichester u* Earl of March Lord John George Lennox Succeeded to a peerage
29 November 1819 Hertfordshire u* Thomas Brand William Lamb Succeeded to a peerage
30 November 1819 Peterborough u* William Lamb Sir Robert Heron Resignation to contest Hertfordshire
3 December 1819 Cambridge u* Edward Finch Frederick William Trench Resignation
4 January 1820 Dartmouth u* Arthur Howe Holdsworth Charles Milne Ricketts Resignation

7th Parliament (1820–1826)[edit]

Date Constituency c/u Former Incumbent Winner Cause
22 May 1820 Tavistock u John Nicholas Fazakerley Viscount Ebrington Resignation
23 May 1820 Appleby u George Tierney Thomas Creevey Chose to sit for Knaresborough
23 May 1820 Orford u Horace Beauchamp Seymour Edmund Alexander Macnaghten Chose to sit for Lisburn
30 May 1820 Scarborough u* Viscount Normanby Edmund Phipps Resignation
31 May 1820 Carlisle c John Christian Curwen William James Chose to sit for Cumberland
2 June 1820 Athlone u John McClintock David Guardi Ker Resignation
5 June 1820 Truro c William Gossett William Gossett Election Voided due to Double Return
Lord FitzRoy Somerset
14 June 1820 Saltash u Michael George Prendergast John Fleming Chose to sit for Galway Borough
16 June 1820 Okehampton u Albany Savile Lord Glenorchy Resignation
27 June 1820 Malmesbury u Kirkman Finlay William Leake Resignation
27 June 1820 Petersfield u The Lord Hotham Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave Chose to sit for Leominster
28 June 1820 York u Lawrence Dundas Robert Chaloner Succeeded to a peerage
29 June 1820 Dundalk u John Metge George Hartopp Resignation
29 June 1820 Ennis u Sir Ross Mahon Richard Wellesley Resignation
30 June 1820 Dublin City c Henry Grattan Thomas Ellis Death
13 July 1820 Berwick-upon-Tweed u Sir David Milne Henry Heneage St Paul Void Election
14 July 1820 Colchester u Daniel Whittle Harvey Henry Baring Void Election
17 July 1820 Old Sarum u* Arthur Johnston Crawford Josias du Pre Alexander Resignation
21 July 1820 Grantham c James Hughes Sir Montague Cholmeley Void Election
3 August 1820 Heytesbury u Charles Ashe A'Court Henry Handley Resignation
10 August 1820 County Louth u Viscount Jocelyn John Jocelyn Became an Irish Peer
11 September 1820 County Kilkenny u* James Wandesford Butler Charles Harwood Butler Became an Irish Peer
17 October 1820 Aberdeenshire u* James Ferguson William Gordon Death
7 November 1820 Warwickshire c* Sir Charles Mordaunt Francis Lawley Resignation
29 November 1820 Westbury u* Nathaniel Barton Sir Manasseh Masseh Lopes Resignation
u Jonathan Elford Philip John Miles Resignation
7 December 1820 Berwick-upon-Tweed c Henry Heneage St Paul Sir Francis Blake Death
9 January 1821 St Albans c William Tierney Robarts Sir Henry Wright Wilson Death
16 January 1821 Roscommon u* Arthur French Arthur French Death
17 January 1821 Yarmouth u Theodore Henry Broadhead Theodore Henry Lavington Brinckman Death
1 February 1821 Wilton u* Viscount FitzHarris John Hungerford Penruddocke Succeeded to a peerage
9 February 1821 Newtown u* Dudley Long North Charles Compton Cavendish Resignation
9 February 1821 New Ross u John Carroll Francis Leigh Resignation
9 February 1821 County Wicklow u* William Parnell Hayes James Grattan Death
17 February 1821 Plympton Erle u Alexander Boswell William Gill Paxton Resignation
19 February 1821 Dunbartonshire c Archibald Campbell Colquhoun John Buchanan Death
21 March 1821 Wigtown Burghs u James Henry Keith Stewart Sir John Osborn Resignation to provide a seat for Osborn
4 April 1821 Bere Alston u* Lord Lovaine Lord Lovaine Lord of the Bedchamber
28 April 1821 Orford u John Douglas The Marquess of Londonderry Resignation to provide a seat for Londonderry
5 May 1821 Ludgershall u The Earl of Carhampton Earl of Brecknock Death
9 May 1821 County Down u Viscount Castlereagh Mathew Forde Became an Irish Peer
11 May 1821 Andover u* Thomas Assheton Smith I Thomas Assheton Smith II Resignation
24 May 1821 Stirlingshire c* Sir Charles Edmonstone Henry Home Drummond Death
26 May 1821 St Ives u* James Robert George Graham Sir Christopher Hawkins Resignation
5 June 1821 Lymington u George Finch William Manning Resignation
5 July 1821 Carmarthen c* John Frederick Campbell John Jones Succeeded to a peerage
21 July 1821 Cockermouth u* John Beckett William Wilson Carus Wilson Resignation
30 July 1821 King's County u* John Clere Parsons Lord Oxmantown Resignation (Judge of the Insolvent Court in Ireland
21 August 1821 Oxford University c Sir William Scott Richard Heber Elevated to the peerage
27 August 1821 Queen's County u* William Wellesley Pole Sir Charles Coote Elevated to the peerage
12 September 1821 Shaftesbury u* Edward Harbord John Ralph Leycester Succeeded to a peerage
27 September 1821 County Louth u John Foster Thomas Henry Skeffington Elevated to the peerage
18 October 1821 Shropshire u* John Cotes Rowland Hill Death
9 January 1822 King's Lynn u Sir Martin Brown Ffolkes Marquess of Titchfield Death
12 January 1822 County Antrim u Hugh Henry John Seymour Viscount Beauchamp Death
1 February 1822 Castle Rising u* Earl of Rocksavage Lord William Henry Hugh Cholmondeley Called to the House of Lords through a Writ of acceleration
11 February 1822 Buckingham u* William Henry Fremantle William Henry Fremantle Commissioner of the Board of Control
11 February 1822 Great Bedwyn u* Sir John Nicholl Sir John Nicholl Resignation to contest Oxford University
11 February 1822 Higham Ferrers u William Plumer Viscount Normanby Death
12 February 1822 Caernarvon Boroughs u Sir Charles Paget Sir Charles Paget Groom of the Bedchamber
12 February 1822 Oxford University u* Robert Peel Robert Peel Home Secretary
13 February 1822 St Mawes u Joseph Phillimore Joseph Phillimore Commissioner of the Board of Control
13 February 1822 West Looe u Henry Goulburn Henry Goulburn Chief Secretary for Ireland
14 February 1822 Droitwich u* Thomas Foley John Hodgetts Hodgetts Foley Death
14 February 1822 Dublin University u* William Conyngham Plunket William Conyngham Plunket Attorney General for Ireland
18 February 1822 Dungarvan u* Augustus Clifford George Lamb Resignation
18 February 1822 Montgomeryshire u* Charles Watkin Williams Wynn Charles Watkin Williams Wynn President of the Board of Control
19 February 1822 Bletchingley u Marquess of Titchfield Lord Francis Leveson Gower Resignation to contest King's Lynn
8 March 1822 Dumfries Burghs u* William Robert Keith Douglas William Robert Keith Douglas Lord of the Admiralty
9 March 1822 Drogheda c Henry Metcalfe William Meade Smyth Death
14 March 1822 Argyllshire u* Lord John Campbell Walter Frederick Campbell Resignation
23 March 1822 Lincoln u Coningsby Waldo Waldo Sibthorpe John Williams Death
8 April 1822 Dartmouth u Charles Milner Ricketts James Hamilton Stanhope Resignation
12 April 1822 Minehead u Henry Fownes Luttrell John Douglas Resignation
30 April 1822 Shaftesbury u Abraham Moore Robert Grosvenor Resignation
22 May 1822 Saltash u Matthew Russell William Russell Death
26 June 1822 Camelford c* Earl of Yarmouth Sheldon Cradock Succeeded to a peerage
29 June 1822 King's Lynn c* Lord Walpole John Walpole Succeeded to a peerage
30 July 1822 Stockbridge u Joseph Foster Barham Edward Stanley Resignation
30 July 1822 Wigtownshire c* James Hunter Blair Sir William Maxwell Death
14 August 1822 Clitheroe u William Cust Henry Porcher Resignation
1 October 1822 Orford u The Marquess of Londonderry Charles Ross Death (suicide)
25 November 1822 Derbyshire u* Edward Miller Mundy Francis Mundy Death
27 November 1822 Cambridge University c John Henry Smyth William John Bankes Death
2 December 1822 Shropshire u* Sir John Kynaston Powell John Cressett Pelham Death
4 December 1822 County Sligo c* Charles O'Hara Henry King Death
20 December 1822 Ross-shire u* Thomas Mackenzie Sir James Wemyss Mackenzie Death
6 January 1823 Wilton u* Ralph Sheldon Edward Baker Death
10 February 1823 Harwich u Nicholas Vansittart George Canning Resignation
u* Charles Bathurst John Charles Herries Resignation
11 February 1823 County Dublin c* Hans Hamilton Henry White Death
11 February 1823 New Windsor u Sir Herbert Taylor Sir Edward Cromwell Disbrowe Resignation
11 February 1823 Ripon u* Frederick John Robinson Frederick John Robinson Chancellor of the Exchequer
12 February 1823 Peterborough c* James Scarlett James Scarlett Resignation to contest Cambridge University
12 February 1823 St Germans u* Charles Arbuthnot Charles Arbuthnot First Commissioner of Woods and Forests
15 February 1823 Liverpool c* George Canning William Huskisson Foreign Secretary
17 February 1823 Berwick-upon-Tweed u Lord Ossulston Sir John Poo Beresford Succeeded to a peerage
18 February 1823 Chichester c* William Huskisson William Stephen Poyntz Treasurer of the Navy
18 February 1823 Winchester u* James Henry Leigh Sir Edward Hyde East Resignation
20 February 1823 Winchelsea u Lucius Concannon William Leader Death
21 February 1823 Arundel c Robert Blake Thomas Read Kemp Death
22 February 1823 Coleraine u* Sir John Poo Beresford Sir John William Head Brydges Resignation to contest Berwick
24 February 1823 Bossiney u Sir Compton Domville Sir Compton Domville Resignation to contest County Dublin
26 February 1823 Dorset u* Edward Berkeley Portman Edward Berkeley Portman II Death
28 February 1823 Reigate u James Somers Cocks James Cocks Resignation
4 March 1823 Rye u John Dodson Robert Knight Resignation
8 March 1823 County Fermanagh c* Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole Viscount Corry Resignation (Governor of Mauritius)
18 March 1823 Corfe Castle u* George Bankes John Bond Resignation
21 March 1823 Newport (Cornwall) c Jonathan Raine Jonathan Raine Chief Justice of the North Wales Circuit
3 April 1823 Lymington u* Sir Harry Neale Walter Boyd Resignation
4 April 1823 Durham City c* Sir Henry Hardinge Sir Henry Hardinge Clerk of the Ordnance
11 April 1823 Inverness-shire u* Charles Grant Charles Grant Vice-President of the Board of Trade
15 April 1823 Haslemere u* Robert Ward George Lowther Thompson Resignation (Auditor of the Civil List)
2 June 1823 Bossiney c* John William Ward John Stuart Wortley Succeeded to a peerage
27 June 1823 Hertford c* Viscount Cranborne Thomas Byron Succeeded to a peerage
23 July 1823 Staffordshire u* Sir John Boughey Sir John Wrottesley Death
24 July 1823 Newcastle-under-Lyme c William Shepherd Kinnersley John Evelyn Denison Death
6 December 1823 Lincolnshire c* Charles Anderson Pelham Sir William Amcotts Ingilby Succeeded to a peerage
16 January 1824 Liskeard u* William Eliot Lord Eliot Succeeded to a peerage
9 February 1824 Oxford u Charles Wetherell Charles Wetherell Solicitor General for England and Wales
10 February 1824 Sandwich u Joseph Marryatt Henry Bonham Death
11 February 1824 Ashburton u Sir John Singleton Copley Sir John Singleton Copley Attorney General for England and Wales
11 February 1824 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis u* Thomas Wallace Thomas Wallace Master of the Mint
13 February 1824 Eye u* Sir Robert Gifford Sir Edward Kerrison Elevated to the peerage and appointed Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
16 February 1824 Weobley u Lord Frederick Cavendish Bentinck Lord Henry Thynne Resignation to contest Queenborough
21 February 1824 County Louth u* Thomas Henry Skeffington John Leslie Foster Became an Irish Peer
24 February 1824 County Cavan u* John Maxwell Barry Henry Maxwell Became an Irish Peer
1 March 1824 Portarlington u* David Ricardo William James Farquhar Death
4 March 1824 Dumfries Burghs u* William Robert Keith Douglas William Robert Keith Douglas Lord of the Admiralty
4 March 1824 Wigtown Burghs u Sir John Osborn Nicholas Conyngham Tindal Resignation (Commissioner for Auditing Public Accounts)
5 March 1821 New Ross u Francis Leigh John Doherty Resignation
5 March 1824 County Westmeath u Gustavus Hume Rochfort Robert Smyth Death
8 March 1824 Barnstaple c* Michael Nolan Frederick Hodgson Resignation (Chief Justice of the Brecon Circuit)
8 March 1824 Oxfordshire u* John Fane John Fane Death
11 March 1824 Plympton Erle u* Ranald George Macdonald John Henry North Resignation
19 March 1824 King's Lynn c* Marquess of Titchfield Marquess of Titchfield Death
22 March 1824 Queenborough u John Charles Villiers Lord Frederick Cavendish Bentinck Succeeded to a peerage
5 April 1824 County Leitrim u* Luke White Samuel White Death
6 April 1824 Perthshire u* James Andrew John Lawrence Charles Drummond Sir George Murray Resignation
20 April 1824 Lancaster u* Gabriel Doveton Thomas Greene Death
5 May 1824 Dundalk u George Hartopp Sir Robert Inglis Death
10 May 1824 Penryn c Henry Swann Robert Stanton Death
14 May 1824 Huntingdon c* Earl of Ancram James Stuart Succeeded to a peerage
28 May 1824 Northallerton u Henry Peirse Marcus Beresford Death
2 June 1824 Okehampton u The Lord Dunalley William Henry Trant Resignation
18 June 1824 Marlborough u* Lord Brudenell Lord Brudenell Accepted a Commission in the Army
24 June 1824 Plympton Erle u John Henry North John Henry North King's Counsel
30 June 1824 Steyning u Lord Henry Thomas Howard Molyneux Howard Henry Howard Death
13 July 1824 Clackmannanshire u Robert Bruce George Ralph Abercromby Resignation
27 January 1825 Cornwall u* Sir William Lemon Sir Richard Vyvyan Death
4 February 1825 Cambridge u* Charles Madryll Cheere Marquess of Graham Death
11 February 1825 Newton u Thomas Claughton Sir Robert Townsend-Farquhar Resignation
18 February 1825 Newport u Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes John Stuart Death
21 February 1825 County Donegal u* Earl of Mount Charles Earl of Mount Charles Death
28 February 1825 Brackley u* Henry Wrottesley James Bradshaw Death
8 March 1825 Bramber u William Wilberforce Arthur Gough Calthorpe Resignation
25 March 1825 Dartmouth u* James Hamilton Stanhope John Hutton Cooper Death
30 March 1825 Berkshire u* Richard Neville Robert Palmer Succeeded to a peerage
2 April 1825 Carlisle u* Sir James Graham Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave Death
2 April 1825 Petersfield u Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave James Law Lushington Resignation to contest Carlisle
6 April 1825 Wigan u* Lord Lindsay James Lindsay Resignation upon becoming a Scottish peer
6 May 1825 Bere Alston u* Henry Percy Percy Ashburnham Death
27 June 1825 County Tyrone u* Sir John Stewart Henry Thomas Lowry Corry Death
8 February 1826 Newport (Cornwall) u* William Northey Charles Percy Death
9 February 1826 Exeter u* William Courtenay Samuel Trehawke Kekewich Resignation (Clerk Assistant of the Parliaments)
10 February 1826 Banbury u* Heneage Legge Arthur Charles Legge Resignation (Commissioner of Customs)
11 February 1826 Warwick c* Charles Mills John Tomes Death
13 February 1826 Corfe Castle u* Henry Bankes George Bankes Resignation to contest Dorset
16 February 1826 Dorset u* William Morton Pitt Henry Bankes Resignation
21 February 1826 Northumberland c* Charles John Brandling Matthew Bell Death
22 February 1826 Oxford University u* Richard Heber Thomas Grimston Bucknall Estcourt Resignation
1 March 1826 Devizes u* Thomas Grimston Bucknall Estcourt George Watson Taylor Resignation to contest Oxford University
3 March 1826 East Looe u George Watson Taylor Viscount Perceval Resignation to contest Devizes
17 March 1826 Horsham u* Sir John Aubrey Henry Edward Fox Death
6 April 1826 County Carlow u* Sir Ulysses Bagenal Burgh Thomas Kavanagh Became an Irish Peer
6 April 1826 Mitchell u* William Taylor Money Henry Labouchere Resignation (Consul General at Venice)
8 May 1826 Roxburghshire u* Sir Alexander Don Henry Francis Hepburne Scott Death

8th Parliament (1826–1830)[edit]

Date Constituency c/u Former Incumbent Winner Cause
14 December 1826 Harwich u Nicholas Conyngham Tindal Nicholas Conyngham Tindal Solicitor General for England and Wales
15 December 1826 Hastings u Sir William Curtis James Law Lushington Resignation
Sir Charles Wetherell John Evelyn Denison Attorney General for England and Wales
15 December 1826 Stafford c Richard Ironmonger Thomas Wentworth Beaumont Death
16 December 1826 Cambridge University u* Sir John Singleton Copley Sir John Singleton Copley Master of the Rolls
16 December 1826 Downton u Thomas Grimston Bucknall Estcourt Bartholomew Bouverie Chose to sit for Oxford University
16 December 1826 Plympton Erle u* George Edgcumbe Charles Wetherell Resignation
16 December 1826 Wallingford c* George James Robarts Robert Knight Resignation (Ill-health)
18 December 1826 Downton u Robert Southey Alexander Powell Declined seat due to lack of property qualifications
18 December 1826 Lostwithiel u Sir Alexander Cray Grant Edward Cust Chose to sit for Aldborough
19 December 1826 Bandon Bridge u Viscount Duncannon Lord John Russell Chose to sit for County Kilkenny
19 December 1826 Saltash u Henry Monteith Colin Campbell Macaulay Resignation
26 December 1826 Orford u Horace Beauchamp Seymour Quintin Dick Chose to sit for Bodmin
29 December 1826 Cork City c Christopher Hely Hutchinson John Hely Hutchinson Death
14 February 1827 Horsham u* Henry Edward Fox Nicholas William Ridley Colborne Resignation
16 February 1827 Cockermouth u William Wilson Carus Wilson Laurence Peel Resignation
29 March 1827 Berwick-upon-Tweed c* John Gladstone Sir Francis Blake Void Election
6 April 1827 West Looe u* John Buller Sir Charles Hulse Resignation
20 April 1827 Seaford u* Augustus Frederick Ellis George Canning Resignation to provide a seat for Canning
21 April 1827 Hastings u* James Law Lushington Joseph Planta Resignation to contest Carlisle
24 April 1827 Newport u George Canning William Lamb First Lord of the Treasury
7 May 1827 Bletchingley u William Russell William Lamb Resignation
8 May 1827 Ashburton u William Sturges Bourne William Sturges Bourne Home Secretary
9 May 1827 Liskeard u* Lord Eliot Lord Eliot Junior Lord of the Treasury
9 May 1827 Peterborough u* James Scarlett James Scarlett Attorney General for England and Wales
10 May 1827 Sandwich u* Sir Edward Owen Sir Edward Owen Surveyor-General of the Ordnance
11 May 1827 Cambridge University c Sir John Singleton Copley Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal Elevated to the peerage and appointed Lord Chancellor
15 May 1827 Dublin University c William Conyngham Plunket John Wilson Croker Elevated to the peerage
15 May 1827 Edinburghshire u* Sir George Clerk Sir George Clerk Clerk of the Ordnance
15 May 1827 Ripon u* Frederick John Robinson Louis Hayes Petit Elevated to the peerage
16 May 1827 Harwich u Nicholas Conyngham Tindal Sir William Rae Resignation to contest Cambridge University
22 May 1827 Aldeburgh u John Wilson Croker Wyndham Lewis Resignation to contest Dublin University
23 May 1827 Buckingham u* William Henry Fremantle Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle Resignation
23 May 1827 Sutherland u* Lord Francis Leveson Gower Lord Francis Leveson Gower Junior Lord of the Treasury
24 May 1827 Knaresborough u George Tierney George Tierney Master of the Mint
25 May 1827 Calne u James Abercromby James Abercromby Judge Advocate General
u* Sir James Macdonald Sir James Macdonald Commissioner of the Board of Control
25 May 1827 Newport u William Lamb Spencer Perceval Chief Secretary for Ireland
7 June 1827 St Germans u Charles Arbuthnot James Loch Resignation
9 July 1827 Lymington u Guy Lenox Prendergast Thomas Divett Resignation
9 July 1827 Milborne Port u The Lord Graves John Henry North Resignation (Commissioner of Excise)
20 July 1827 County Kerry u* Maurice FitzGerald Maurice FitzGerald Junior Lord of the Treasury
16 August 1827 Carlisle c* Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave James Law Lushington Death
21 August 1827 Yarmouth u Lord Binning Thomas Wallace Elevated to the peerage
5 September 1827 Seaford c* George Canning Augustus Frederick Ellis Death
16 October 1827 Lanarkshire c Lord Archibald Hamilton Sir Michael Shaw Stewart Death
3 December 1827 Maldon c George Mark Arthur Way Allanson Winn Hugh Dick Death
4 December 1827 County Cork u Viscount Ennismore John Boyle Death
4 February 1828 Harwich u* John Charles Herries John Charles Herries Chancellor of the Exchequer
4 February 1828 Haslemere u* Sir John Beckett Sir John Beckett Judge Advocate General
4 February 1828 King's Lynn u* Lord William Bentinck Lord George Bentinck Resignation
4 February 1828 Oxford University u Robert Peel Robert Peel Home Secretary
5 February 1828 Ashburton u William Sturges Bourne William Sturges Bourne First Commissioner of Woods and Forests
5 February 1828 Liverpool u* William Huskisson William Huskisson Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
6 February 1828 Armagh City u* Henry Goulburn Henry Goulburn Chancellor of the Exchequer
6 February 1828 Durham City c* Sir Henry Hardinge Sir Henry Hardinge Clerk of the Ordnance
8 February 1828 Cambridge u* Marquess of Graham Marquess of Graham Commissioner of the Board of Control
8 February 1828 Corfe Castle u John Bond Nathaniel William Peach Resignation
8 February 1828 Richmond u* Samuel Barrett Moulton Barrett Robert Lawrence Dundas Resignation
8 February 1828 Ripon u Lancelot Shadwell Sir Robert Inglis Resignation (Vice Chancellor)
8 February 1828 New Woodstock u Lord Ashley Lord Ashley Commissioner of the Board of Control
9 February 1828 Plympton Erle u Charles Wetherell Charles Wetherell Attorney General for England and Wales
11 February 1828 Bath u Earl of Brecknock Earl of Brecknock Appointed to the Council of the Lord High Admiral
11 February 1828 Dover c Edward Bootle Wilbraham William Henry Trant Elevated to the peerage
11 February 1828 Ennis u Thomas Frankland Lewis Thomas Frankland Lewis Vice President of the Board of Trade
11 February 1828 Enniskillen u* Richard Magennis Arthur Henry Cole Resignation
12 February 1828 Monmouthshire u* Lord Granville Somerset Lord Granville Somerset Junior Lord of the Treasury
13 February 1828 County Durham u* John George Lambton William Russell Elevated to the peerage
18 February 1828 Edinburghshire u* Sir George Clerk Sir George Clerk Appointed to the Council of the Lord High Admiral
18 February 1828 Kilkenny City c John Doherty John Doherty Solicitor-General for Ireland
20 February 1828 Salisbury u* Viscount Folkestone Duncombe Pleydell Bouverie Succeeded to a peerage
20 February 1828 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis c* Thomas Wallace Edward Burtenshaw Sugden Elevated to the peerage
28 February 1828 Inverness-shire u* Charles Grant Charles Grant President of the Board of Trade and Treasurer of the Navy
29 February 1828 St Ives u* Sir Christopher Hawkins Charles Arbuthnot Resignation
14 March 1828 Sandwich u Sir Edward Owen Sir Edward Owen Appointed to the Council of the Lord High Admiral
20 March 1828 County Longford u* Viscount Forbes Viscount Forbes Comptroller of the Household to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
2 April 1828 Old Sarum u Josias du Pre Alexander Stratford Canning Resignation
3 April 1828 Anglesey u* Earl of Uxbridge Earl of Uxbridge State Steward to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
7 April 1828 Dumfriesshire u Sir William Johnstone Hope Sir William Johnstone Hope Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital
9 April 1828 Radnorshire u* Walter Wilkins Thomas Frankland Lewis Death
9 April 1828 Sudbury c John Wilks John Norman MacLeod Resignation
23 April 1828 Ennis u Thomas Frankland Lewis William Smith O'Brien Resignation to contest Radnorshire
7 June 1828 Plymouth u* Sir William Congreve Sir George Cockburn Death
9 June 1828 Durham City u Sir Henry Hardinge Sir Henry Hardinge Secretary at War
9 June 1828 Totnes u* Thomas Peregrine Courtenay Thomas Peregrine Courtenay Vice-President of the Board of Trade
10 June 1828 St Ives u Charles Arbuthnot Charles Arbuthnot Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
12 June 1828 Weobley u* Sir George Cockburn Lord Henry Frederick Thynne Resignation to contest Plymouth
16 June 1828 Westmorland u* Viscount Lowther Viscount Lowther First Commissioner of Woods and Forests
17 June 1828 Perthshire u* Sir George Murray Sir George Murray Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
17 June 1828 Wenlock u* John George Weld Weld Forester George Cecil Weld Forester Succeeded to a peerage
23 June 1828 Wareham u* John Calcraft John Calcraft Paymaster of the Forces
5 July 1828 County Clare c* William Vesey FitzGerald Daniel O'Connell President of the Board of Trade
7 July 1828 Sutherland u* Lord Francis Leveson Gower Lord Francis Leveson Gower Chief Secretary for Ireland
23 July 1828 Bletchingley u William Lamb William Ewart Resignation
31 July 1828 Lymington u* Thomas Divett George Burrard Death
7 August 1828 Newport u* Spencer Perceval Spencer Perceval Clerk of the Ordnance
12 September 1828 Tralee u James Cuffe Sir Edward Denny Death
16 January 1829 Cumberland u* John Christian Curwen Sir James Robert George Graham Death
26 January 1829 Dartmouth u* Sir John Hutton Cooper Arthur Howe Holdsworth Death
11 February 1829 East Grinstead u* Charles Jenkinson Viscount Holmesdale Succeeded to a peerage
12 February 1829 Plymouth u* Sir George Cockburn Sir George Cockburn First Naval Lord
12 February 1829 Whitchurch u* John Robert Townshend John Robert Townshend Groom of the Bedchamber
13 February 1829 Bath c Earl of Brecknock Earl of Brecknock Lord of the Admiralty (Two MPs elected due to Double Return)
Charles Palmer
18 February 1829 Carlisle c Sir James Robert George Graham Sir William Scott Resignation to contest Cumberland
23 February 1829 Edinburghshire u* Sir George Clerk Sir George Clerk Lord of the Admiralty
27 February 1829 Aldeburgh u* Wyndham Lewis Marquess of Douro Resignation
28 February 1829 Oxford University c* Robert Peel Sir Robert Inglis Seeks re-election over the Catholic Relief Act
2 March 1829 Ripon u Sir Robert Inglis George Spence Resignation to contest Oxford University
6 March 1829 Westbury u Sir Manasseh Masseh Lopes Robert Peel Resignation to provide a seat for Peel
6 March 1829 Corfe Castle u* Nathaniel William Peach Philip John Miles Resignation to contest Truro
6 March 1829 Newark-on-Trent c* William Henry Clinton Michael Thomas Sadler Resignation
6 March 1829 Truro u* Lord FitzRoy James Henry Somerset Viscount Encombe Resignation
William Edward Tomline Nathaniel William Peach Resignation
11 March 1829 Bath c Earl of Brecknock Earl of Brecknock Election voided due to Double Return
Charles Palmer
13 March 1829 Marlborough u* Earl Bruce Thomas Bucknall Estcourt Resignation
17 March 1829 Launceston u* Pownoll Bastard Pellew Sir James Willoughby Gordon Resignation
20 March 1829 Newport (Cornwall) u Charles Bertie Percy William Vesey FitzGerald Resignation (Comptroller of the Household to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland)
23 March 1829 Marlborough u* Lord Brudenell William John Bankes Resignation
30 March 1829 Sandwich c Sir Edward Owen Henry Fane Resignation
20 April 1829 Colchester u Sir George Henry Smyth Richard Sanderson Resignation
4 May 1829 Horsham u* Robert Hurst Earl of Surrey Resignation
9 May 1829 East Looe u* James Drummond Buller Elphinstone Henry Thomas Hope Resignation
13 May 1829 Ayrshire u* James Montgomerie William Blair Death
25 May 1829 Aldeburgh u Joshua Walker Spencer Horsey Kilderbee Resignation
3 June 1829 Wexford Borough c Henry Evans Sir Robert Wigram Resignation
Sir Robert Wigram Sir Edward Dering By-election result reversed on petition 15 March 1830.
9 June 1829 Cambridge u* Frederick William Trench Frederick William Trench Storekeeper of the Ordnance
9 June 1829 Tralee u* Sir Edward Denny Robert Vernon Smith Resignation
15 June 1829 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis c* Edward Burtenshaw Sugden Edward Burtenshaw Sugden Solicitor General for England and Wales
18 June 1829 Cambridge University c* Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal William Cavendish Resignation (Chief Justice of the Common Pleas)
22 June 1829 Peterborough u James Scarlett James Scarlett Attorney General for England and Wales
2 July 1829 Corfe Castle u* George Bankes George Bankes Resignation to Contest Cambridge University
9 July 1829 Cork City c Sir Nicholas Colthurst Gerrard Callaghan Death
15 July 1829 County Down u* Viscount Castlereagh Viscount Castlereagh Lord of the Admiralty
22 July 1829 County Wicklow u* Granville Proby Ralph Howard Resignation
30 July 1829 County Clare u Daniel O'Connell Daniel O'Connell Refused to take the Oath of Supremacy
19 October 1829 Eye u* Sir Miles Nightingall Philip Charles Sidney Death
13 January 1830 Southampton c* William Chamberlayne James Barlow Hoy Death
2 February 1830 County Limerick c(*) Thomas Lloyd Standish O'Grady Death
c Standish O'Grady James Hewitt Massy Dawson By-election result reversed on petition 3 May 1830
10 February 1830 Harwich u* John Charles Herries John Charles Herries President of the Board of Trade
11 February 1830 Leominster u Rowland Stephenson John Ward Unseated for Bankruptcy
12 February 1830 West Looe u* Charles Buller Charles Buller Resignation
15 February 1830 Calne u* James Abercromby Thomas Babington Macaulay Resignation (Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland)
15 February 1830 Winchelsea u* Henry Brougham John Williams Resignation to contest Knaresborough
16 February 1830 Knaresborough u* George Tierney Henry Brougham Death
20 February 1830 Fowey u* Lord Brudenell Robert Henley Eden Resignation
20 February 1830 Wenlock u* George Cecil Weld Forester George Cecil Weld Forester Groom of the Bedchamber
22 February 1830 Clonmel u* James Hewitt Massy Dawson Eyre Coote Resignation to contest County Limerick
22 February 1830 County Meath u* Earl of Bective Lord Killeen Became an Irish Peer
1 March 1830 Radnorshire u* Thomas Frankland Lewis Thomas Frankland Lewis Treasurer of the Navy
1 March 1830 Rye c Henry Bonham Philip Pusey Resignation
Philip Pusey De Lacy Evans By-election result reversed on petition 17 May 1830
2 March 1830 County Waterford c* Henry Villiers Stuart Lord George Thomas Beresford Resignation
8 March 1830 Gatton u William Scott Joseph Neeld Resignation
11 March 1830 Essex c Sir Eliab Harvey Thomas Gardiner Bramston Death
26 March 1830 Hythe u* Sir Robert Townsend Farquhar John Loch Death
29 March 1830 Cork City c* Gerrard Callaghan Daniel Callaghan Void Election
10 April 1830 Dorchester u Anthony William Ashley Cooper Henry Sturt Resignation
13 April 1830 East Looe u* Henry Thomas Hope Henry Thomas Hope Groom of the Bedchamber
14 April 1830 Corfe Castle u* George Bankes George Bankes Junior Lord of the Treasury
20 April 1830 County Kerry u* Maurice FitzGerald Maurice FitzGerald Vice Treasurer of Ireland
3 May 1830 St Mawes u* Sir Scrope Bernard Morland George Grenville Wandisford Pigott Death

9th Parliament (1830–1831)[edit]

Date Constituency c/u Former Incumbent Winner Cause
24 November 1830 Peterborough u* Viscount Milton John Nicholas Fazakerley Resignation
25 November 1830 Southwark u* John Rawlinson Harris Charles Calvert Death
27 November 1830 Tavistock u* Viscount Ebrington Lord John Russell Chose to sit for Devon
29 November 1830 Dover u* Charles Poulett Thomson Charles Poulett Thomson Vice-President of the Board of Trade and Treasurer of the Navy
29 November 1830 Nottingham u* Thomas Denman Thomas Denman Attorney General for England and Wales
29 November 1830 Okehampton u George Agar Ellis George Agar Ellis First Commissioner of Woods and Forests
29 November 1830 Portsmouth u* Francis Thornhill Baring Francis Thornhill Baring Junior Lord of the Treasury
30 November 1830 Cambridge University u The Viscount Palmerston The Viscount Palmerston Foreign Secretary
30 November 1830 Liverpool c* William Huskisson William Ewart Death (Rail accident). Results voided 23 March 1831. No By-election held.
30 November 1830 Norwich u* Robert Grant Robert Grant Judge Advocate General
1 December 1830 Helston u Sir Samuel John Brooke Pechell Sir Samuel John Brooke Pechell Third Naval Lord
2 December 1830 Knaresborough c* Henry Brougham The Lord Waterpark Elevated to the peerage
u* Sir James Mackintosh Sir James Mackintosh Commissioner of the Board of Control
3 December 1830 Aylesbury u* The Lord Nugent The Lord Nugent Junior Lord of the Treasury
4 December 1830 Youghal u* George Ponsonby George Ponsonby Junior Lord of the Treasury
4 December 1830 Tralee u Robert Vernon Smith Robert Vernon Smith Junior Lord of the Treasury
6 December 1830 Northamptonshire u* Viscount Althorp Viscount Althorp Chancellor of the Exchequer
7 December 1830 Yorkshire c* Henry Brougham Sir John Vanden Bempde Johnstone Elevated to the peerage
8 December 1830 Cumberland u* Sir James Graham Sir James Graham First Lord of the Admiralty
10 December 1830 Calne u* Sir James Macdonald Sir James Macdonald Commissioner of the Board of Control
11 December 1830 Chester c* Robert Grosvenor Robert Grosvenor Comptroller of the Household
17 December 1830 Newport (Cornwall) u* John Doherty Sir Henry Hardinge Resignation
17 December 1830 Preston c* Edward Stanley Henry Hunt Chief Secretary for Ireland
17 December 1830 St Germans u* Sir Henry Hardinge Winthrop Mackworth Praed Resignation to contest Newport
20 December 1830 Lostwithiel u* William Vesey FitzGerald Viscount Valletort Resignation
23 December 1830 Plympton Erle u* Viscount Valletort Sir Compton Domvile Resignation to contest Lostwithiel
28 December 1830 Dungannon u* Thomas Knox John James Knox Resignation
30 December 1830 Inverness-shire u* Charles Grant Charles Grant President of the Board of Control
6 January 1831 Bandon Bridge u* Viscount Bernard Viscount Bernard Became an Irish Peer
10 January 1831 Bletchingley u* Charles Tennyson Charles Tennyson Clerk of the Ordnance
11 January 1831 Bere Alston c* Lord Lovaine David Lyon Succeeded to a peerage
13 January 1831 Perth Burghs c(*) John Stuart Wortley Francis Jeffrey Void Election
c Francis Jeffrey William Ogilvy By-election result reversed on petition 28 March 1831
8 February 1831 Beaumaris u* Sir Robert Williams Sir Richard Bulkeley Williams Bulkeley Death
10 February 1831 New Windsor u* Sir Richard Hussey Vivian Edward Stanley Resignation
16 February 1831 Bossiney u* Charles James Stuart Wortley John Stuart Wortley Resignation
18 February 1831 Bletchingley u Robert William Mills Sir William Horne Resignation to provide a seat for Horne
21 February 1831 Newark c* Henry Willoughby William Farnworth Handley Resignation
25 February 1831 Ashburton u* Charles Arbuthnot William Stephen Poyntz Resignation
25 February 1831 Whitchurch u* John Robert Townshend Horatio George Powys Townshend Succeeded to a peerage
26 February 1831 Saltash u John Gregson Philip Cecil Crampton Resignation
28 February 1831 County Kilkenny c* Viscount Duncannon Viscount Duncannont First Commissioner of Woods and Forests
1 March 1831 Wigan c* James Alexander Hodson John Hodson Kearsley Resignation
4 March 1831 Milborne Port u* George Stevens Byng Richard Lalor Sheil Resignation (Comptroller of the Household to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland)
4 March 1831 Peeblesshire u* Sir James Montgomery Sir George Montgomery Resignation
14 March 1831 Eye u* Philip Charles Sidney William Burge Resignation
14 March 1831 Lancaster u* John Fenton Cawthorne Patrick Maxwell Stewart Death
14 March 1831 Milborne Port u* William Sturges Bourne George Stephens Byng Resignation
15 March 1831 Chester u* Robert Grosvenor Robert Grosvenor Voted before taking the oath
19 March 1831 New Romney u Arthur Hill Trevor Sir Roger Gresley Resignation
21 March 1831 Nairnshire u George Pryse Campbell George Pryse Campbell Groom of the Bedchamber
23 March 1831 County Clare c* James Patrick Mahon Maurice O'Connell Void Election
23 March 1831 Durham City c* Sir Roger Gresley William Richard Carter Chaytor Void Election
2 April 1831 Londonderry City c* Sir Robert Ferguson Sir Robert Ferguson Void Election
4 April 1831 Winchelsea u* Henry Dundas Stephen Lushington Resignation
6 April 1831 Malton u* Sir James Scarlett Francis Jeffrey Resignation
9 April 1831 Colchester c* Andrew Spottiswoode William Mayhew Void Election
9 April 1831 Launceston u* Sir James Gordon Sir John Malcolm Resignation
16 April 1831 Queen's County u* Sir Henry Parnell Sir Henry Parnell Secretary at War
19 April 1831 Shaftesbury u* William Stratford Dugdale William Leader Maberly Resignation

10th Parliament (1831–1832)[edit]

Date Constituency c/u Former Incumbent Winner Cause
12 July 1831 Newport (Cornwall) u Jonathan Raine Viscount Grimston Death
13 July 1831 Malton u Francis Jeffrey William Cavendish Chose to sit for Perth Burghs
13 July 1831 Reigate u* Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke Charles Philip Yorke Death
13 July 1831 Tavistock u Lord John Russell John Heywood Hawkins Chose to sit for Devon
14 July 1831 Higham Ferrers u Viscount Milton Charles Christopher Pepys Chose to sit for Northamptonshire
14 July 1831 Okehampton u William Henry Trant Sir Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan Resignation
15 July 1831 Milborne Port u Richard Lalor Sheil Philip Cecil Crampton Chose to sit for County Louth
15 July 1831 Westbury u Henry Hanmer Henry Frederick Stephenson Resignation
15 July 1831 Winchelsea u* Stephen Lushington James Brougham Chose to sit for Ilchester
16 July 1831 Cashel u Matthew Pennefather Philip Pusey Resignation
18 July 1831 Bletchingley u John George Brabazon Ponsonby Thomas Hyde Villiers Resignation
Charles Tennyson The Viscount Palmerston Chose to sit for Stamford
20 July 1831 Downton u James Brougham Philip Pleydell Bouverie Resignation to contest Winchelsea
22 July 1831 Bandon Bridge u Viscount Bernard Sir Augustus William Clifford Resignation
25 July 1831 Roscommon u* The O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don Death
1 August 1831 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis c Richard Weyland Charles Baring Wall Chose to sit for Oxfordshire
9 August 1831 Peeblesshire u* Sir George Montgomery Sir John Hay Death
10 August 1831 Great Grimsby c George Harris Lord Loughborough Void Election
John Villiers Shelley Henry Fitzroy Void Election
11 August 1831 County Meath c* Sir Marcus Somerville Henry Grattan Death
15 August 1831 New Ross u Charles Tottenham William Wigram Resignation
18 August 1831 Dublin City c Louis Perrin Viscount Ingestre Void Election
Robert Harty Frederick Shaw
25 August 1831 Armagh City u Viscount Ingestre Sir John William Head Brydges Resignation to contest Dublin City
25 August 1831 Carmarthen c Vacant John Jones No Election held due to riots
14 September 1831 Sutherland u* Sir Hugh Innes Roderick Macleod Death
21 September 1831 Wallingford c William Lewis Hughes Thomas Charles Leigh Elevated to the peerage
22 September 1831 Derbyshire u Lord George Cavendish Lord Cavendish Elevated to the peerage
22 September 1831 Flint Boroughs u Edward Pryce Lloyd Henry Glynne Elevated to the peerage
27 September 1831 County Wexford u* Arthur Chichester Robert Shapland Carew Elevated to the peerage
28 September 1831 County Louth u Alexander Dawson Sir Patrick Bellew Death
30 September 1831 Dorset c* John Calcraft Lord Ashley Death (suicide)
30 September 1831 Malton u* Lord Cavendish Charles Christopher Pepys Resignation to contest Derbyshire
3 October 1831 Forfarshire c William Maule Donald Ogilvy May Elevated to the peerage
c* Donald Ogilvy May Douglas Gordon Hallyburton By-election result reversed on petition
6 October 1831 Higham Ferrers u Charles Christopher Pepys John George Brabazon Ponsonby Resignation to contest Malton
6 October 1831 Poole c* William Francis Spencer Ponsonby Sir John Byng Resignation
11 October 1831 Dorchester u* Lord Ashley Anthony Henry Ashley Cooper Resignation to contest Dorset
20 October 1831 Drogheda u John Henry North Thomas Wallace Death
21 October 1831 Liverpool c* John Evelyn Denison Viscount Sandon Chose to sit for Nottinghamshire
24 October 1831 Pembrokeshire c* Sir John Owen Sir John Owen Void Election
25 October 1831 Tavistock u Lord Russell Francis Russell Resignation
1 November 1831 Cambridgeshire c* Lord Francis Godolphin Osborne Richard Greaves Townley Resignation
15 December 1831 Reigate u Charles Philip Yorke Charles Philip Yorke Resignation to contest Cambridgeshire
22 December 1831 Leominster u* Thomas Brayen The Lord Hotham Resignation
23 January 1832 Tewkesbury u* John Martin Charles Hanbury Tracy Death
2 February 1832 Dunwich u Earl of Brecknock Viscount Lowther Resignation
8 February 1832 Westminster u* Sir John Cam Hobhouse Sir John Cam Hobhouse Secretary at War
25 February 1832 Flint Boroughs u* Henry Glynne Sir Stephen Richard Glynne Resignation
25 February 1832 Tregony c Charles George James Arbuthnot James Adam Gordon Resignation
28 February 1832 Ennis u William Vesey FitzGerald Sir Augustine Fitzgerald Became an Irish Peer
3 March 1832 Great Marlow u* Owen Williams William Robert Clayton Death
5 March 1832 Ayr Burghs u* Thomas Francis Kennedy Thomas Francis Kennedy Clerk of the Ordnance
18 May 1832 Chester c Foster Cunliffe Offley John Finchett Maddock Death
24 May 1832 Appleby u Henry Tufton Charles Henry Foster Barham Succeed to a peerage
7 June 1832 Berkshire c* Charles Dundas Robert Palmer Elevated to the peerage
12 June 1832 Taunton u* Henry Labouchere Henry Labouchere Civil Lord of the Admiralty
13 June 1832 Calne u* Thomas Babington Macaulay Thomas Babington Macaulay Commissioner of the Board of Control
16 June 1832 Cricklade u* Robert Gordon Robert Gordon Commissioner of the Board of Control
22 June 1832 Hampshire u Sir James Macdonald Sir Thomas Baring Resignation (Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands)
26 June 1832 Chipping Wycombe c* Sir Thomas Baring Charles Grey Resignation to contest Hampshire
28 June 1832 Knaresborough u James Mackintosh William Francis Spencer Ponsonby Death
31 July 1832 Winchelsea u James Brougham James Brougham Clerk of Patents and Registrar of Affidavits at the Court of Chancery
8 August 1832 County Tipperary u John Hely Hutchinson Robert Otway Cave Succeeded to a peerage

References[edit]

  • Parliamentary Election Results in Ireland, 1801-1922, edited by B.M. Walker (Royal Irish Academy 1978) ISBN 0-901714-12-7
  • The House of Commons 1790-1820, edited by R.G. Thorne (Secker & Warburg 1986) ISBN 0-436-52101-6
  • The House of Commons 1820-1832, edited by D.R. Fisher (Cambridge University Press 2009) ISBN 9780521193146

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