Sir James Macdonald, 2nd Baronet

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Sir James Macdonald, 2nd Baronet (14 February 1784 – 29 June 1832)[1] was a British politician. He sat in the House of Commons between 1805 and 1832.

MP for Tain Burghs 1805-1806, Newcastle-under-Lyme 1806-1812, Sutherland 1812-1816, Calne 1816-1831 and Hampshire 1831-1832

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Hon. John Villiers
Member of Parliament for Tain Burghs
1805 – 1806
Succeeded by
John Randoll Mackenzie
Preceded by
Sir Robert Lawley
Edward Wilbraham Bootle
Member of Parliament for Newcastle-under-Lyme
18061812
With: Edward Wilbraham Bootle
Succeeded by
Earl Gower
Sir John Boughey, Bt
Preceded by
George Macpherson-Grant
Member of Parliament for Sutherland
1812 – 1816
Succeeded by
George Macpherson-Grant
Preceded by
Joseph Jekyll
Hon. James Abercromby
Member of Parliament for Calne
1816 – 1831
With: Hon. James Abercromby to 1830
Thomas Babington Macaulay from 1830
Succeeded by
Charles Richard Fox
Thomas Babington Macaulay
Preceded by
John Willis Fleming
Sir William Heathcote, Bt
Member of Parliament for Hampshire
1831 – 1832
With: Charles Shaw-Lefevre
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Baring, Bt
Charles Shaw-Lefevre
Baronetage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Archibald Macdonald
Baronet
(of East Sheen)
1826–1832
Succeeded by
Archibald Macdonald