List of MPs elected in the 1768 British general election

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Thirteenth Parliament of Great Britain
12th Parliament 14th Parliament
JurisdictionKingdom of Great Britain
Meeting placePalace of Westminster
TermJanuary 1, 1768 (1768-01-01) – October 1, 1774 (1774-10-01)
GovernmentGrafton ministry
North ministry
House of Commons of Great Britain
LeaderLord North
House of Lords
11th Parliament (1754)
12th Parliament (1761)
13th Parliament (1768)
14th Parliament (1774)
15th Parliament (1780)

This is a list of the 558 MPs or members of Parliament elected to the 314 constituencies of the Parliament of Great Britain at the 1768 British general election, the 13th Parliament of Great Britain and their replacements returned at subsequent by-elections, arranged by constituency.[1]

Table of contents:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z By-elections Changes


Aberdeen Burghs (seat 1/1) Thomas Lyon Pro-Administration Whig
Aberdeenshire (seat 1/1) Alexander Garden Independent
Abingdon (seat 1/1) John Morton Tory, Replaced on petition by Nathaniel Bayly, 1770
Aldborough (seat 1/2) Hon. Aubrey Beauclerk
Aldborough (seat 2/2) Andrew Wilkinson Whig. Vacated seat and replaced by Henry Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lincoln, 1772
Aldeburgh (seat 1/2) Zachary Philip Fonnereau
Aldeburgh (seat 2/2) Nicholas Linwood Died and replaced by Thomas Fonnereau
Amersham (seat1/2) William Drake, Sr. Tory
Amersham (seat 2/2) William Drake, Jr. Tory
Andover (seat 1/2) Sir John Griffin
Andover (seat 2/2) Benjamin Lethieullier
Anglesey (seat 1/1) Owen Meyrick Whig. Died and replaced by Sir Nicholas Bayly, 2nd Baronet, 1770
Anstruther Easter Burghs (seat 1/1) Sir John Anstruther
Appleby (seat 1/2) Philip Honywood
Appleby (seat 2/2) Charles Jenkinson Whig, Vacated seat and replaced by Fletcher Norton, 1773
Argyllshire (seat 1/1) Robert Campbell Appointed to Crown office and replaced by Adam Livingston, 1772
Arundel (seat 1/2) Sir George Colebrooke, Bt.
Arundel (seat 2/2) Lauchlin Macleane Vacated seat and replaced by John Stewart, 1771
Ashburton (seat 1/2) Laurence Sulivan
Ashburton (seat 2/2) Charles Boone
Aylesbury (seat 1/2) Anthony Bacon
Aylesbury (seat 2/2) John Durand
Ayr Burghs (seat 1/1) James Archibald Stuart
Ayrshire (seat 1/1) David Kennedy


Banbury (seat 1/1) Frederick North, Lord North Tory
Banffshire (seat 1/1) James Duff
Barnstaple (seat 1/2) John Clevland Whig
Barnstaple (seat 2/2) Denys Rolle
Bath (seat 1/2) Sir John Sebright, 6th Baronet
Bath (seat 2/2) John Smith
Beaumaris (seat 1/1) Sir Hugh Williams, 8th Baronet
Bedford (seat 1/2) Richard Vernon Whig
Bedford (seat 2/2) Samuel Whitbread Tory
Bedfordshire (seat 1/2) John FitzPatrick, 2nd Earl of Upper Ossory Whig
Bedfordshire (seat 2/2) Robert Ongley Tory
Bere Alston (seat 1/2) Sir Francis Drake, 5th Baronet Appointed to Crown office and replaced by Francis William Drake,1771
Bere Alston (seat 2/2) Hon. George Hobart
Berkshire (seat 1/2) Arthur Vansittart Tory
Berkshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Craven Died and replaced by John Elwes, 1772
Berwickshire (seat 1/1) Sir John Hussey Delaval
Berwick-upon-Tweed (seat 1/2) Robert Paris Taylor
Berwick-upon-Tweed (seat 2/2) Sir James Pringle, 4th Baronet
Beverley (seat 1/2) Hugh Bethell
Beverley (seat 2/2) Charles Anderson-Pelham
Bewdley (seat 1/1) Thomas Lyttelton Evicted on petition and replaced by Sir Edward Winnington, 1st Baronet, 1769
Bishops Castle (seat 1/2) George Clive
Bishops Castle (seat 2/2) William Clive Vacated seat and replaced by Alexander Wedderburn, 1770
Bletchingley (seat 1/2) Sir Kenrick Clayton, 2nd Baronet Died and replaced by Frederick Standert
Bletchingley (seat 2/2) Robert Clayton
Bodmin (seat 1/2) George Hunt
Bodmin (seat 2/2) James Laroche
Boroughbridge (seat 1/2) Nathaniel Cholmley
Boroughbridge (seat 2/2) James West Died and replaced by Henry Clinton, 1772
Bossiney (seat 1/2) John Stuart, Lord Mountstuart
Bossiney (seat 2/2) Henry Lawes Luttrell Vacated seat and replaced by Sir George Osborn, 4th Baronet, 1769
Boston (seat 1/2) Lord Robert Bertie
Boston (seat 2/2) Charles Amcotts
Brackley (seat 1/2) Robert Wood Died and replaced by Timothy Caswall, 1771
Brackley (seat 2/2) William Egerton
Bramber (seat 1/2) Edward Garth-Turnour, Baron Winterton Replaced on petition by Thomas Thoroton, 1769
Bramber (seat 2/2) Charles Lowndes Replaced on petition by Charles Ambler, 1769
Brecon (seat 1/1) Charles Morgan Vacated seat and replaced by John Morgan, 1769. John Morgan also vacated seat and replaced by Charles Van, 1774.
Breconshire (seat 1/1) Thomas Morgan Died and replaced by Charles Morgan, 1769
Bridgnorth (seat 1/2) The Lord Pigot
Bridgnorth (seat 2/2) William Whitmore Died and replaced by Thomas Whitmore
Bridgwater (seat 1/2) Benjamin Allen
Bridgwater (seat 2/2) John James Perceval, Viscount Perceval Replaced on petition by Hon. Anne Poulett, 1769
Bridport (seat 1/2) Thomas Coventry
Bridport (seat 2/2) Sambrooke Freeman
Bristol (seat 1/2) Robert Nugent, Vicount Clare
Bristol (seat 2/2) Matthew Brickdale
Buckingham (seat 1/2) George Grenville Grenvillite. Died and replaced by James Grenville, 1770
Buckingham (seat 2/2) Henry Grenville Grenvillite
Buckinghamshire (seat 1/2) Richard Lowndes
Buckinghamshire (seat 2/2) Ralph Verney, Earl Verney
Bury St Edmunds (seat 1/2) Hon. Charles Fitzroy
Bury St Edmunds (seat 2/2) Augustus John Hervey
Buteshire (seat 0/0) Alternating seat with Caithness. No representation in 1768


Caernarvon Boroughs (seat 1/1) Glyn Wynn
Caernarvonshire (seat 1/1) Sir Thomas Wynn, 3rd Baronet
Caithness (seat 1/1) Viscount Fortrose
Callington (seat 1/2) Fane William Sharpe Died and replaced by William Skrine
Callington (seat 2/2) Thomas Worsley
Calne (seat 1/2) Hon. Thomas FitzMaurice
Calne (seat 2/2) John Dunning
Cambridge (seat 1/2) Charles Sloane Cadogan
Cambridge (seat 2/2) Soame Jenyns
Cambridgeshire (seat 1/2) John Manners, Marquess of Granby Manners died and replaced by Sir Sampson Eardley, Bt, 1770
Cambridgeshire (seat 2/2) Sir John Hynde Cotton, Bt
Cambridge University (seat 1/2) Charles Yorke Rockingham Whig. Appointed to Crown office and replaced by William de Grey, 1770. Grey then also appointed to Crown office and replaced by Richard Croftes, 1771
Cambridge University (seat 2/2) Thomas Townshend Whig
Camelford (seat 1/2) Charles Phillips
Camelford (seat 2/2) William Wilson
Canterbury (seat 1/2) William Lynch
Canterbury (seat 2/2) Richard Milles
Cardiff Boroughs (seat 1/1) Herbert Mackworth
Cardigan Boroughs (seat 1/1) Pryse Campbell Whig. Died and replaced by Ralph Congreve, 1769
Cardiganshire (seat 1/1) Viscount Lisburne
Carlisle (seat 1/2) Lord Edward Bentinck
Carlisle (seat 2/2) George Musgrave
Carmarthen (seat 1/1) Griffith Philipps
Carmarthenshire (seat 1/1) George Rice
Castle Rising (seat 1/2) Thomas Whately Whig. Died and replaced by Heneage Finch, 1772
Castle Rising (seat 2/2) Jenison Shafto Died and replaced by Crisp Molineux, 1771
Cheshire (seat 1/2) Samuel Egerton
Cheshire (seat 2/2) John Crewe Whig
Chester (seat 1/2) Thomas Grosvenor
Chester (seat 2/2) Richard Wilbraham-Bootle
Chichester (seat 1/2) William Keppel
Chichester (seat 2/2) Thomas Conolly
Chippenham (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Bayntun-Rolt
Chippenham (seat 2/2) Sir Thomas Fludyer Died and replaced by Henry Dawkins, 1769
Chipping Wycombe (seat 1/2) Robert Waller
Chipping Wycombe (seat 2/2) Isaac Barré Whig
Christchurch (seat 1/2) Hon. Thomas Robinson Ennobled and replaced by James Harris, jnr
Christchurch (seat 2/2) James Harris Whig
Cirencester (seat 1/2) Estcourt Creswell
Cirencester (seat 2/2) James Whitshed
Clackmannanshire (seat 0/0) Alternating seat with Kinross-shire. No representation in 1768
Clitheroe (seat 1/2) Nathaniel Lister Vacated seat and replaced by Thomas Lister, 1773
Clitheroe (seat 2/2) Assheton Curzon
Cockermouth (seat 1/2) Sir George Macartney Vacated seat and replaced by Sir James Lowther, 1769
Cockermouth (seat 2/2) Charles Jenkinson Sat for Appleby and replaced by George Johnstone, RN
Colchester (seat 1/2) Charles Gray Tory
Colchester (seat 2/2) Isaac Martin Rebow Whig
Corfe Castle (seat 1/2) John Bond
Corfe Castle (seat 2/2) John Jenkinson
Cornwall (seat 1/2) Sir John St Aubyn, 4th Baronet Died and replaced by Humphrey Mackworth-Praed, 1772
Cornwall (seat 2/2) Sir John Molesworth, Bt
Coventry (seat 1/2) Hon. Henry Seymour-Conway
Coventry (seat 2/2) Hon. Andrew Archer Ennobled and replaced by Sir Richard Glyn, Bt, 1768. Glyn died and replaced by Walter Waring, 1773
Cricklade (seat 1/2) George Damer
Cricklade (seat 2/2) Sir Robert Fletcher
Cromartyshire (seat 1/1) William Pulteney
Cumberland (seat 1/2) Henry Curwen
Cumberland (seat 2/2) James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale Replaced on petition by Sir Henry Fletcher, Bt, 1768


Dartmouth (seat 1/2) Richard Howe, Viscount Howe
Dartmouth (seat 2/2) Richard Hopkins
Denbigh Boroughs (seat 1/1) Richard Myddelton
Denbighshire (seat 1/1) Sir Lynch Cotton, 4th Baronet
Derby (seat 1/2) Lord Frederick Cavendish
Derby (seat 2/2) William Fitzherbert Died and replaced by Wenman Coke, 1772
Derbyshire (seat 1/2) Lord George Cavendish Whig
Derbyshire (seat 2/2) Godfrey Bagnall Clarke Tory
Devizes (seat 1/2) Charles Garth
Devizes (seat 2/2) James Sutton
Devon (seat 1/2) Sir Richard Bampfylde, Bt
Devon (seat 2/2) John Parker
Dorchester (seat 1/2) John Damer
Dorchester (seat 2/2) Thomas Ewer
Dorset (seat 1/2) George Pitt
Dorset (seat 2/2) Humphrey Sturt
Dover (seat 1/2) Hon. Sir Joseph Yorke
Dover (seat 2/2) Viscount Villiers Ennobled and replaced by Sir Thomas Hales, 4th Baronet, 1770. Hales died and was replaced by Thomas Barret, 1773.
Downton (seat 1/2) Thomas Duncombe
Downton (seat 2/2) Richard Croftes Vacated seat and replaced by James Hayes
Droitwich (seat 1/2) Thomas Foley, later Lord Foley Whig. Sat for Herefordshire and was replaced by Edward Foley, 1768. Edward Foley vacated seat and was replaced by Rowland Berkeley
Droitwich (seat 2/2) Robert Harley Tory. Died and replaced by Andrew Foley, 1774
Dumfries Burghs (seat 1/1) William Douglas
Dumfriesshire (seat 1/1) Archibald Douglas
Dunbartonshire (seat 1/1) Sir Archibald Edmonstone, 1st Baronet Tory
Dunwich (seat 1/2) Gerard Vanneck
Dunwich (seat 2/2) Miles Barne
Durham (City of) (seat 1/2) William Henry Lambton Whig
Durham (City of) (seat 2/2) John Tempest
Durham (County) (seat 1/2) Hon. Frederick Vane
Durham (County) (seat 2/2) Sir Thomas Clavering, 7th Baronet
Dysart Burghs (seat 1/1) James Townsend Oswald


East Grinstead (seat 1/2) Lord George Sackville
East Grinstead (seat 2/2) John Irwin
East Looe (seat 1/2) Richard Hussey
East Looe (seat 2/2) John Buller
East Retford (seat 1/2) Sir Cecil Wray, 13th Baronet
East Retford (seat 2/2) John Offley
Edinburgh (seat 1/1) Sir Lawrence Dundas Pro-Administration Whig
Edinburghshire (seat 1/1) Sir Alexander Gilmour
Elgin Burghs (seat 1/1) Andrew Mitchell Died and replaced by Thomas Lockhart, 1771
Elginshire (seat 1/1) Francis Grant
Essex (seat 1/2) John Luther
Essex (seat 2/2) Sir William Maynard, 4th Baronet Died and replaced by John Conyers, 1772
Evesham (seat 1/2) John Rushout
Evesham (seat 2/2) George Durant
Exeter (seat 1/2) John Rolle Walter
Exeter (seat 2/2) John Buller
Eye (seat 1/2) Joshua Allen, Viscount Allen Vacated seat and replaced by Richard Burton Phillipson, 1770
Eye (seat 2/2) Hon. William Cornwallis Vacated seat and replaced by Marquis of Carmarthen, 1774


Fife (seat 1/1) John Scott Died and replaced by James Townsend Oswald, 1776. Oswald appointed to Crown office and replaced by Robert Skene, 1779. Skene replaced on petition by John Henderson, 1780
Flint Boroughs (seat 1/1) Sir John Glynne, Bt
Flintshire (seat 1/1) Sir Roger Mostyn, Bt
Forfarshire (seat 1/1) William Maule, Earl Panmure
Fowey (seat 1/2) Philip Rashleigh
Fowey (seat 2/2) James Modyford Heywood


Gatton (seat 1/2) Hon. John Damer
Gatton (seat 2/2) Joseph Martin
Glamorganshire (seat 1/1) George Venables-Vernon
Glasgow Burghs (seat 1/1) Lord Frederick Campbell
Gloucester (seat 1/2) Charles Barrow
Gloucester (seat 2/2) George Augustus Selwyn
Gloucestershire (seat 1/2) Thomas Tracy Died and replaced by Sir William Guise, Bt
Gloucestershire (seat 2/2) Edward Southwell
Grampound (seat 1/2) Grey Cooper
Grampound (seat 2/2) Charles Wolfran Cornwall
Grantham (seat 1/2) Lord George Manners-Sutton
Grantham (seat 2/2) Sir John Cust, Bt Died and replaced by Francis Cust, 1770
Great Bedwyn (seat 1/2) Hon. James Brudenell Vacated seat and replaced by William Northey, 1768. Northey died and was replaced by Benjamin Hopkins, 1771
Great Bedwyn (seat 2/2) Hon. Robert Brudenell Chose to sit for Marlborough and replaced by William Burke, 1768
Great Grimsby (seat 1/2) Anthony St Leger
Great Grimsby (seat 2/2) Joseph Mellish
Great Marlow (seat 1/2) William Clayton
Great Marlow (seat 2/2) William Dickinson (1745-1806)
Great Yarmouth (seat 1/2) Charles Townshend
Great Yarmouth (seat 2/2) Hon. Richard Walpole
Guildford (seat 1/2) Sir Fletcher Norton
Guildford (seat 2/2) George Onslow


Haddington Burghs (seat 1/1) Patrick Warrender
Haddingtonshire (seat 1/1) Sir George Suttie, Bt Vacated seat and replaced 1777 by William Hamilton Nisbet
Hampshire (seat 1/2) Robert Henley Ennobled and replaced 1772 by Sir Henry St John, Bt
Hampshire (seat 2/2) Sir Simeon Stuart, Bt
Harwich (seat 1/2) John Roberts Died and replaced 1772 by Charles Jenkinson
Harwich (seat 2/2) Edward Harvey
Haslemere (seat 1/2) Thomas More Molyneux
Haslemere (seat 2/2) William Burrell Appointed to Crown office and replaced 1774 by Sir Merrick Burrell, Bt
Hastings (seat 1/2) William Ashburnham
Hastings (seat 2/2) Samuel Martin
Haverfordwest (seat 1/1) William Edwardes
Hedon (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Saunders
Hedon (seat 2/2) Beilby Thompson
Helston (seat 1/2) William Evelyn
Helston (seat 2/2) Earl of Clanbrassil
Hereford (seat 1/2) John Scudamour
Hereford (seat 2/2) Richard Symons
Herefordshire (seat 1/2) Thomas Foley snr
Herefordshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Foley jnr
Hertford (seat 1/2) John Calvert
Hertford (seat 2/2) William Cowper Died and replaced 1770 by Paul Fielde
Hertfordshire (seat 1/2) William Plumer
Hertfordshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Halsey
Heytesbury (seat 1/2) Charles FitzRoy-Scudamore
Heytesbury (seat 2/2) William Ashe-à'Court
Higham Ferrers (seat 1/1) Frederick Montagu
Hindon (seat 1/2) John St Leger Douglas
Hindon (seat 2/2) William Hussey
Honiton (seat 1/2) Sir George Yonge, Bt
Honiton (seat 2/2) Brass Crosby
Horsham (seat 1/2) James Grenville Vacated seat and replaced 1770 by James Wallace
Horsham (seat 2/2) Robert Pratt
Huntingdon (seat 1/2) Henry Seymour
Huntingdon (seat 2/2) Robert Jones Jones died and replaced 1774 by Hon. William Augustus Montagu
Huntingdonshire (seat 1/2) Viscount Hinchingbrooke
Huntingdonshire (seat 2/2) The Earl Ludlow
Hythe (seat 1/2) John Sawbridge
Hythe (seat 2/2) William Evelyn


Ilchester (seat 1/2) Peter Legh
Ilchester (seat 2/2) Sir Brownlow Cust
Inverness Burghs (seat 1/1) Sir Hector Munro
Inverness-shire (seat 1/1) Simon Fraser
Ipswich (seat 1/2) William Wollaston
Ipswich (seat 2/2) Thomas Staunton


Kent (seat 1/2) Sir Brook Bridges, Bt Whig
Kent (seat 2/2) John Frederick Sackville Ennobled and replaced 1769 by Sir Charles Farnaby
Kincardineshire (seat 1/1) Robert Rickart Hepburn
King's Lynn (seat 1/2) Thomas Walpole
King's Lynn (seat 2/2) Sir John Turner, Bt
Kingston upon Hull (seat 1/2) William Weddell
Kingston upon Hull (seat 2/2) Lord Robert Manners
Kinross-shire (seat 1/1) Robert Adam
Kirkcudbright Stewartry (seat 1/1) James Murray
Knaresborough (seat 1/2) Robert Boyle-Walsingham
Knaresborough (seat 2/2) Sir Anthony Abdy, Bt Rockingham Whig


Lanarkshire (seat 1/1) John Lockhart-Ross
Lancashire (seat 1/2) Lord Archibald Hamilton Vacated seat and replaced 1772 by Sir Thomas Egerton
Lancashire (seat 2/2) James Smith-Stanley, Lord Strange Died and replaced 1771 by Viscount Molyneux
Lancaster (seat 1/2) Sir George Warren
Lancaster (seat 2/2) Francis Reynolds Died and replaced 1773 by Lord Richard Cavendish
Launceston (seat 1/2) Humphry Morice
Launceston (seat 2/2) William Amherst
Leicester (seat 1/2) Hon. Booth Grey
Leicester (seat 2/2) Eyre Coote
Leicestershire (seat 1/2) Sir Thomas Cave, Bt
Leicestershire (seat 2/2) Sir John Palmer, Bt
Leominster (seat 1/2) John Bateman, Viscount Bateman
Leominster (seat 2/2) John Carnac
Lewes (seat 1/2) Thomas Hampden
Lewes (seat 2/2) Thomas Hay
Lichfield (seat 1/2) Thomas Anson Vacated seat and replaced 1770 by George Adams (later Anson)
Lichfield (seat 2/2) Thomas Gilbert
Lincoln (seat 1/2) Thomas Scrope
Lincoln (seat 2/2) Constantine Phipps
Lincolnshire (seat 1/2) Lord Brownlow Bertie
Lincolnshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Whichcot
Linlithgow Burghs (seat 1/1) John Lockhart-Ross Sat for Lanarkshire and replaced 1768 by James Dickson. Dickson died and was replaced 1772 by Sir James Cockburn, Bt
Linlithgowshire (seat 1/1) John Hope (writer) Replaced on petition 1770 by James Dundas
Liskeard (seat 1/2) Edward Eliot
Liskeard (seat 2/2) Samuel Salt
Liverpool (seat 1/2) Sir William Meredith, Bt
Liverpool (seat 2/2) Richard Pennant
London (City of) (seat 1/4) Hon. Thomas Harley
London (City of) (seat 2/4) Sir Robert Ladbroke Died and replaced 1773 by Frederick Bull
London (City of) (seat 3/4) William Beckford Died and replaced 1770 by Richard Oliver
London (City of) (seat 4/4) Barlow Trecothick
Lostwithiel (seat 1/2) Henry Cavendish
Lostwithiel (seat 2/2) Charles Brett
Ludgershall (seat 1/2) John Stewart, Lord Garlies Ennobled and replaced 1774 by Whitshed Keene
Ludgershall (seat 2/2) Peniston Lamb
Ludlow (seat 1/2) Edward Herbert Died and replaced 1770 by Thomas Herbert
Ludlow (seat 2/2) William Fellowes
Lyme Regis (seat 1/2) John Fane, Lord Berghersh Ennobled and replaced in 1772 by Henry Fane
Lyme Regis (seat 2/2) Henry Fane
Lymington (seat 1/2) Adam Drummond Chose to sit for St Ives and replaced 1769 by Hugo Meynell
Lymington (seat 2/2) Harry Burrard


Maidstone (seat 1/2) Hon. Charles Marsham
Maidstone (seat 2/2) Robert Gregory
Maldon (seat 1/2) John Huske Died and replaced 1773 by Charles Rainsford
Maldon (seat 2/2) John Bullock
Malmesbury (seat 1/2) Arthur Chichester, Earl of Donegall
Malmesbury (seat 2/2) Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk
Malton (seat 1/2) John Dawnay, Viscount Downe
Malton (seat 2/2) Savile Finch
Marlborough (seat 1/2) Robert Brudenell Died and replaced 1768 by Hon. James Brudenell
Marlborough (seat 2/2) Sir James Long, Bt
Merionethshire (seat 1/1) John Pugh Pryse
Middlesex (seat 1/2) John Wilkes Radical - for the controversy around his election see Middlesex election affair
Middlesex (seat 2/2) George Cooke Tory, Died and replaced 1768 by John Glynn
Midhurst (seat 1/2) Lord Stavordale
Midhurst (seat 2/2) Charles James Fox Whig
Milborne Port (seat 1/2) Edward Walter
Milborne Port (seat 2/2) Thomas Hutchings-Medlycott Vacated seat and replaced 1770 by Robert Knight, Earl of Catherlough. Catherlough died and replaced 1772 by Richard Combe. Combe replaced on petition 1772 by George Prescott
Minehead (seat 1/2) Henry Fownes Luttrell
Minehead (seat 2/2) Charles Whitworth
Mitchell (seat 1/2) James Scawen
Mitchell (seat 2/2) John Stephenson
Monmouth Boroughs (seat 1/1) John Stepney
Monmouthshire (seat 1/2) Thomas Morgan Died and replaced 1771 by John Morgan
Monmouthshire (seat 2/2) John Hanbury
Montgomery (seat 1/1) Richard Clive Died and replaced 1771 by Frederick Cornewall
Montgomeryshire (seat 1/1) Edward Kynaston Died and replaced 1772 by Watkin Williams
Morpeth (seat 1/2) Peter Beckford
Morpeth (seat 2/2) Sir Matthew White Ridley, Bt


Nairnshire (seat 0/0) Alternating seat with Cromartyshire. No representation in 1768
Newark (seat 1/2) John Manners
Newark (seat 2/2) John Shelley
Newcastle-under-Lyme (seat 1/2) John Wrottesley Vacated seat and replaced 1768 by George Hay
Newcastle-under-Lyme (seat 2/2) Alexander Forrester
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (seat 1/2) Sir Walter Calverley Blackett
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (seat 2/2) Matthew Ridley
Newport (Cornwall) (seat 1/2) William de Grey Vacated seat and replaced 1770 by Richard Henry Alexander Bennet
Newport (Cornwall) (seat 2/2) Richard Bull
Newport (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) John Eames Appointed to Crown office and replaced by Hon. John St John
Newport (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) Hans Sloane
New Radnor Boroughs (seat 1/1) John Lewis Replaced on petition 1769 by Edward Lewis
New Romney (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Dering, Bt Vacated seat and replaced 1760 by John Morton
New Romney (seat 2/2) Richard Jackson
New Shoreham (seat 1/2) Sir Samuel Cornish, Bt Died and replaced 1770 by John Purling. Purling replaced on petition 1770 by Thomas Rumbold
New Shoreham (seat 2/2) Peregrine Cust
Newton (Lancashire) (seat 1/2) Peter Legh
Newton (Lancashire) (seat 2/2) Anthony James Keck
Newtown (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) Sir John Barrington, Bt
Newtown (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) Harcourt Powell
New Windsor (seat 1/2) Augustus Keppel
New Windsor (seat 2/2) Lord George Beauclerk Died and replaced 1768 by Richard Tonson. Tonson died and replaced 1772 by John Montagu
New Woodstock (seat 1/2) Lord Robert Spencer Vacated seat and replaced 1771 by John Skynner
New Woodstock (seat 2/2) William Gordon
Norfolk (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Astley, Bt
Norfolk (seat 2/2) Thomas de Grey
Northallerton (seat 1/2) Daniel Lascelles
Northallerton (seat 2/2) Edward Lascelles
Northampton (seat 1/2) George Brydges Rodney
Northampton (seat 2/2) Sir George Osborn Osborn replaced on petition 1769 by Hon. Thomas Howe. Howe died and replaced 1771 by Wilbraham Tollemache
Northamptonshire (seat 1/2) Sir Edmund Isham, Bt
Northamptonshire (seat 2/2) Sir William Dolben, Bt
Northumberland (seat 1/2) George Shafto Delaval
Northumberland (seat 2/2) Sir Edward Blackett, Bt
Norwich (seat 1/2) Harbord Harbord
Norwich (seat 2/2) Edward Bacon
Nottingham (seat 1/2) John Plumptre
Nottingham (seat 2/2) Colonel the Hon. (Sir) William Howe
Nottinghamshire (seat 1/2) Thomas Willoughby
Nottinghamshire (seat 2/2) John Hewett


Okehampton (seat 1/2) Thomas Pitt
Okehampton (seat 2/2) Thomas Brand Died and replaced 1770 by Hon. Richard FitzPatrick
Old Sarum (seat 1/2) William Gerard Hamilton
Old Sarum (seat 2/2) John Craufurd
Orford (seat 1/2) Viscount Beauchamp
Orford (seat 2/2) Edward Colman Appointed to Crown office and replaced 1771 by Hon. Robert Seymour-Conway
Orkney and Shetland (seat 1/1) Thomas Dundas Pro-Administration Whig
Oxford (seat 1/2) George Nares Nares appointed to Crown office and replaced 1771 by Lord Robert Spencer
Oxford (seat 2/2) William Harcourt
Oxfordshire (seat 1/2) Lord Charles Spencer Whig
Oxfordshire (seat 2/2) Viscount Wenman
Oxford University (seat 1/2) Sir Roger Newdigate, Bt
Oxford University (seat 2/2) Francis Page


Peeblesshire (seat 1/1) James William Montgomery
Pembroke Boroughs (seat 1/1) William Owen
Pembrokeshire (seat 1/1) Sir Richard Philipps, Bt Election declared void. Replaced 1770 by Hugh Owen
Penryn (seat 1/2) Francis Basset Died and replaced 1770 by William Lemon
Penryn (seat 2/2) Hugh Pigot
Perth Burghs (seat 1/1) William Pulteney Whig. Sat for Cromartyshire and replaced 1769 by George Dempster
Perthshire (seat 1/1) David Graeme Vacated seat and replaced 1773 by James Murray
Peterborough (seat 1/2) Sir Matthew Lamb, Bt Died and replaced 1768 by Henry Belasyse, Viscount Belasyse. Belasyse ennobled and replaced 1774 by Richard Benyon
Peterborough (seat 2/2) Matthew Wyldbore Whig
Petersfield (seat 1/2) William Jolliffe
Petersfield (seat 2/2) Welbore Ellis
Plymouth (seat 1/2) The Viscount Barrington
Plymouth (seat 2/2) Francis Holburne Died and replaced 1771 by Sir Charles Hardy
Plympton Erle (seat 1/2) Paul Henry Ourry
Plympton Erle (seat 2/2) William Baker
Pontefract (seat 1/2) Viscount Galway Election declared void but Galway re-elected, 1768. Died and replaced 1772 by 3rd Viscount Galway
Pontefract (seat 2/2) Sir Rowland Winn, Bt Election declared void and Winn replaced by Sir Henry Strachey, Bt, 1768
Poole (seat 1/2) Thomas Calcraft
Poole (seat 2/2) Joshua Mauger Election declared void but Mauger re-elected, 1768
Portsmouth (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Hawke
Portsmouth (seat 2/2) Matthew Fetherstonhaugh Died and replaced 1774 by Peter Taylor
Preston (seat 1/2) Sir Peter Byrne Leicester Replaced on petition 1768 by Colonel John Burgoyne
Preston (seat 2/2) Sir Frank Standish, Bt Replaced on petition 1768 by Sir Harry Hoghton, Bt


Queenborough (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Frederick
Queenborough (seat 2/2) Sir Peircy Brett


Radnorshire (seat 1/1) Chase Price
Reading (seat 1/2) Henry Vansittart
Reading (seat 2/2) John Dodd
Reigate (seat 1/2) John Yorke
Reigate (seat 2/2) Charles Cocks
Renfrewshire (seat 1/1) William Macdowall
Richmond (Yorkshire) (seat 1/2) Sir Lawrence Dundas, Bt Sat for Edinburgh and replaced 1768 by William Norton
Richmond (Yorkshire) (seat 2/2) Alexander Wedderburn Vacated seat and replaced 1769 by Charles John Crowle
Ripon (seat 1/2) William Aislabie
Ripon (seat 2/2) Charles Allanson
Rochester (seat 1/2) John Calcraft Died and replaced 1772 by George Finch-Hatton
Rochester (seat 2/2) William Gordon Vacated seat and replaced 1771 by Thomas Pye
Ross-shire (seat 1/1) James Stuart-Mackenzie
Roxburghshire (seat 1/1) Sir Gilbert Elliot, Bt
Rutland (seat 1/2) Thomas Noel
Rutland (seat 2/2) George Bridges Brudenell
Rye (seat 1/2) John Norris
Rye (seat 2/2) Rose Fuller


St Albans (seat 1/2) Richard Sutton
St Albans (seat 2/2) John Radcliffe
St Germans (seat 1/2) Edward Eliot Whig. Sat for Liskeard and replaced 1768 by Benjamin Langlois.
St Germans (seat 2/2) Samuel Salt Sat for Liskeard and replaced 1768 by George Jennings
St Ives (seat 1/2) Thomas Durrant
St Ives (seat 2/2) Adam Drummond
St Mawes (seat 1/2) Edmund Nugent Vacated seat and replaced 1770 by Michael Byrne. Byrne died and was replaced 1772 by James Edward Colleton
St Mawes (seat 2/2) George Boscawen
Salisbury (seat 1/2) Edward Bouverie Vacated seat and replaced 1771 by Viscount Folkestone
Salisbury (seat 2/2) Hon. Stephen Fox
Saltash (seat 1/2) Martin Bladen hawke
Saltash (seat 2/2) Thomas Bradshaw Appointed to Crown office and replaced May 1772 by John Williams. Williams replaced on petition June 1772 by Thomas Bradshaw.
Sandwich (seat 1/2) Viscount Conyngham
Sandwich (seat 2/2) Philip Stephens
Scarborough (seat 1/2) George Manners Died and replaced 1772 by George Carpenter, 2nd Earl of Tyrconnell
Scarborough (seat 2/2) Fountayne Wentworth Osbaldeston Died and replaced 1770 by Sir James Pennyman, Bt.
Seaford (seat 1/2) William Gage, Viscount Gage
Seaford (seat 2/2) George Medley
Selkirkshire (seat 1/1) John Pringle
Shaftesbury (seat 1/2) William Chaffin Grove
Shaftesbury (seat 2/2) Ralph Payne Appointed to Crown office and replaced 1771 by Francis Sykes
Shrewsbury (seat 1/2) Noel Hill
Shrewsbury (seat 2/2) Robert Clive, Baron Clive Tory
Shropshire (seat 1/2) Sir John Astley, Bt Died and replaced 1772 by Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bt
Shropshire (seat 2/2) Charles Baldwyn
Somerset (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Tynte, Bt
Somerset (seat 2/2) Richard Hippisley Coxe
Southampton (seat 1/2) Hans Stanley
Southampton (seat 2/2) Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston
Southwark (seat 1/2) Henry Thrale
Southwark (seat 2/2) Sir Joseph Mawbey, Bt
Stafford (seat 1/2) Richard Whitworth
Stafford (seat 2/2) Hon. William Chetwynd, Viscount Chetwynd Died and replaced 1770 by William Neville Hart
Staffordshire (seat 1/2) George Grey, Lord Grey Ennobled and replaced 1768 by Sir John Wrottesley, Bt
Staffordshire (seat 2/2) William Bagot
Stamford (seat 1/2) George Howard
Stamford (seat 2/2) George René Aufrère
Steyning (seat 1/2) Sir John Filmer
Steyning (seat 2/2) Thomas Edwards-Freeman
Stirling Burghs (seat 1/1) James Masterton Pro-Administration Whig
Stirlingshire (seat 1/1) Sir Thomas Dundas Pro-Administration Whig
Stockbridge (seat 1/2) Richard Alchorne Worge Vacated seat and replaced 1772 by James Hare
Stockbridge (seat 2/2) Richard Fuller
Sudbury (seat 1/2) Sir Patrick Blake, Bt
Sudbury (seat 2/2) Walden Hanmer
Suffolk (seat 1/2) Sir John Rous, Bt Died and replaced 1771 by Rowland Holt
Suffolk (seat 2/2) Sir Charles Bunbury, Bt
Surrey (seat 1/2) George Onslow
Surrey (seat 2/2) Sir Francis Vincent, Bt
Sussex (seat 1/2) Lord George Lennox
Sussex (seat 2/2) Thomas Pelham Ennobled and replaced 1768 by Richard Harcourt
Sutherland (seat 1/1) James Wemyss


Tain Burghs (seat 1/1) Alexander Mackay Vacated seat and replaced 1773 by James Grant
Tamworth (seat 1/2) William de Grey Sat for Newport and replaced 1768 by Charles Vernon
Tamworth (seat 2/2) Edward Thurlow
Taunton (seat 1/2) Alexander Popham
Taunton (seat 2/2) Nathaniel Webb
Tavistock (seat 1/2) Richard Rigby Whig
Tavistock (seat 2/2) Richard Neville Aldworth Neville
Tewkesbury (seat 1/2) Sir William Codrington, Bt Tory
Tewkesbury (seat 2/2) Nicolson Calvert
Thetford (seat 1/2) Henry Seymour Conway Rockingham Whig
Thetford (seat 2/2) John Drummond Died and replaced 1774 by Viscount Petersham
Thirsk (seat 1/2) Sir Thomas Frankland, Bt
Thirsk (seat 2/2) William Frankland
Tiverton (seat 1/2) Nathaniel Ryder
Tiverton (seat 2/2) John Duntze
Totnes (seat 1/2) Philip Jennings
Totnes (seat 2/2) Peter Burrell
Tregony (seat 1/2) Thomas Pownall
Tregony (seat 2/2) Hon. John Grey
Truro (seat 1/2) George Bocawen
Truro (seat 2/2) Edward Hugh Boscawen


Wallingford (seat 1/2) John Aubrey
Wallingford (seat 2/2) Robert Pigot Appointed to Crown office and replaced 1772 by John Cator
Wareham (seat 1/2) Ralph Burton Died and replaced 1768 by Whitshed Keene
Wareham (seat 2/2) Robert Palk
Warwick (seat 1/2) George Greville, Lord Greville
Warwick (seat 2/2) Henry Archer Died and replaced 1768 by Paul Methuen
Warwickshire (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Mordaunt, Bt
Warwickshire (seat 2/2) William Throckmorton Bromley
Wells (seat 1/2) Clement Tudway
Wells (seat 2/2) Robert Child
Wendover (seat 1/2) Edmund Burke Whig
Wendover (seat 2/2) Sir Robert Darling Died and replaced 1770 by Joseph Bullock
Wenlock (seat 1/2) Henry Bridgeman
Wenlock (seat 2/2) George Forester
Weobley (seat 1/2) Simon Luttrell
Weobley (seat 2/2) Hon. Henry Thynne – took office
Replaced by Bamber Gascoyne
Westbury (seat 1/2) Peregrine Bertie
Westbury (seat 2/2) William Blackstone Appointed to Crown office and replaced 1770 by Hon. Charles Dillon
West Looe (seat 1/2) James Townsend Whig
West Looe (seat 2/2) William Graves
Westminster (seat 1/2) Edwin Sandys Ennobled and replaced by Sir Robert Bernard, Bt
Westminster (seat 2/2) Hugh Percy, Earl Percy
Westmorland (seat 1/2) John Robinson
Westmorland (seat 2/2) Thomas Fenwick
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 1/4) Drigue Olmius, Baron Waltham
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 2/4) Sir Charles Davers, Bt
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 3/4) Jeremiah Dyson
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 4/4) John Tucker
Whitchurch (seat 1/2) Thomas Townshend Whig
Whitchurch (seat 2/2) Hon. Henry Wallop
Wigan (seat 1/2) George Byng
Wigan (seat 2/2) Beaumont Hotham
Wigtown Burghs (seat 1/1) George Augustus Selwyn Sat for Gloucester and replaced 1768 by Chauncy Townsend. Townsend died and was replaced by William Stewart
Wigtownshire (seat 1/1) Keith Stewart
Wilton (seat 1/2) Hon. Nicholas Herbert
Wilton (seat 2/2) Henry Herbert
Wiltshire (seat 1/2) Edward Popham
Wiltshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Goddard Died and replaced 1770 by Charles Penruddocke
Winchelsea (seat 1/2) Thomas Orby Hunter Died and replaced 1770 by Arnold Nesbitt
Winchelsea (seat 2/2) Percy Wyndham-O'Brien, Earl of Thomond Died and replaced 1774 by William Nedham
Winchester (seat 1/2) Henry Penton
Winchester (seat 2/2) George Paulet
Wootton Bassett (seat 1/2) Thomas Estcourt Cresswell
Wootton Bassett (seat 2/2) Hon. Henry St John
Worcester (seat 1/2) Henry Crabb-Boulton Died and replaced 1773 by Thomas Bates Rous. By-election declared void, 1774 and Rous replaced 1774 by Nicholas Lechmere
Worcester (seat 2/2) John Walsh
Worcestershire (seat 1/2) John Ward Ennobled and replaced 1774 by Edward Foley
Worcestershire (seat 2/2) William Dowdeswell


Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) William Strode Replaced on petition 1769 by Thomas Dummer
Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) Jervoise Clarke Replaced on petition 1769 by George Lane Parker
York (seat 1/2) Lord John Cavendish
York (seat 2/2) Charles Turner
Yorkshire (seat 1/2) Sir George Savile
Yorkshire (seat 2/2) Edwin Lascelles


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Constituencies 1754-1790". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 9 June 2016.