^On petition, Foley was declared not to have been duly elected.
^Expelled from the House of Commons, 14 March 1732, "for a notorious Breach of Trust reposed in him, as a Commissioner and Trustee for the Sale of the Forfeited Estates, referring to the Derwentwater estates.
^Cornewall petitioned against Birch's election (in a dispute over the franchise), but Birch died before the dispute was resolved; no by-election could be called until it was determined whether Birch had been duly elected. His election was eventually annulled, and Cornewall declared to have been elected.
^On petition, Powell was declared not to have been duly elected
^Styled Viscount Weymouth from August 1788 (when his father was created Marquess of Bath). He was re-elected in 1790, but had also been elected for Bath, which he chose to represent, and did not sit again for Weobley