James Adams (MP)

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James Adams (1752-1816), of Berkeley Square, Middlesex, was an English politician.

He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for West Looe 21 August 1784 - 1790, Hindon 1790 to 1796, for Bramber 1796-1802, and for Harwich 7 April 1803 - 1806 and 9 March 1807 - 1807.[1]

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
John Lemon
John Scott
Member of Parliament for West Looe
1784 – 1790
With: John Scott
Succeeded by
John Pardoe
Sir John de la Pole, Bt
Preceded by
Edward Bearcroft
William Egerton
Member of Parliament for Hindon
17901796
With: William Thomas Beckford 1790–95
Thomas Wildman 1795 – Feb 1796
James Wildman Feb – May 1796
Succeeded by
James Wildman
Matthew Lewis
Preceded by
Sir Henry Gough-Calthorpe
Thomas Coxhead
Member of Parliament for Bramber
17961800
With: Charles Rouse-Boughton to 1800
John Henry Newbolt from 1800
Succeeded by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Member of Parliament for Bramber
18011802
With: John Henry Newbolt
Succeeded by
George Manners-Sutton
Henry Jodrell
Preceded by
Thomas Myers
John Hiley Addington
Member of Parliament for Harwich
1803 – 1806
With: John Hiley Addington
Succeeded by
John Hiley Addington
William Fremantle
Preceded by
John Hiley Addington
William Fremantle
Member of Parliament for Harwich
March 1807 – May 1807
With: John Hiley Addington
Succeeded by
John Hiley Addington
William Huskisson