List of MPs in the first United Kingdom Parliament

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MPs in the first United Kingdom Parliament, 1801

17th GB Parliament (1790)
18th GB Parliament (1796)
1st UK Parliament (1801)
2nd UK Parliament (1802)
3rd UK Parliament (1806)

This is a list of the MPs or Members of Parliament for the constituencies of the Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1801, which was the First Parliament of the United Kingdom after the Union with Ireland. The Parliament was created by coopting members from the Irish Parliament into the British Parliament elected in 1796.[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

A[edit]

Aberdeen Burghs (seat 1/1) Alexander Allardyce - died
Replaced by James Farquhar 1802
Aberdeenshire (seat 1/1) James Ferguson Tory
Abingdon (seat 1/1) Thomas Metcalfe Tory
Aldborough (seat 1/2) John Blackburn
Aldborough (seat 2/2) Charles Duncombe
Aldeburgh (seat 1/2) Sir John Aubrey, Bt. Whig
Aldeburgh (seat 2/2) George Johnstone
Amersham (seat 1/2) Thomas Drake Tyrwhitt-Drake Tory
Amersham (seat 2/2) Charles Drake Garrard Tory
Andover (seat 1/2) Thomas Assheton Smith I Tory
Andover (seat 2/2) Coulson Wallop
Anglesey (seat 1/1) Sir Arthur Paget Whig
Anstruther Easter Burghs (seat 1/1) John Anstruther Foxite Whig
County Antrim(seat 1/2) Rt Hon. John Staples
County Antrim (seat 2/2) Edmond Alexander MacNaghten
Appleby (seat 1/2) Robert Adair Whig
Appleby (seat 2/2) John Courtenay
Armagh Patrick Duigenan Tory
County Armagh (seat 1/2) Hon. Archibald Acheson
County Armagh (seat 2/2) Robert Camden Cope
Argyllshire (seat 1/1) Lord John Campbell
Arundel (seat 1/2) Nisbet Balfour
Arundel (seat 2/2) James Greene
Ashburton (seat 1/2) Robert Mackreth
Ashburton (seat 2/2) Walter Palk
Athlone William Handcock
Aylesbury (seat 1/2) Scrope Bernard
Aylesbury (seat 2/2) Gerard Lake, 1st Viscount Lake
Ayr Burghs (seat 1/1) John Campbell II
Ayrshire (seat 1/1) William Fullarton

B[edit]

Banbury (seat 1/1) Dudley Long North
Bandon Sir Broderick Chinnery, Bt Whig
Banffshire (seat 1/1) Sir William Grant Resigned 1801
Barnstaple (seat 1/2) John Clevland
Barnstaple (seat 2/2) Richard Wilson I
Bath (seat 1/2) Lord John Thynne
Bath (seat 2/2) Sir Richard Pepper Arden - ennobled
Replaced by John Palmer 1801
Beaumaris (seat 1/1) The Lord Newborough
Bedford (seat 1/2) Samuel Whitbread
Bedford (seat 2/2) William MacDowall Colhoun
Bedfordshire (seat 1/2) Hon. St Andrew St John
Bedfordshire (seat 2/2) John Osborn
Bedwyn See Great Bedwyn
Belfast James Edward May Tory
Bere Alston (seat 1/2) Lord Lovaine
Bere Alston (seat 2/2) William Mitford
Berkshire (seat 1/2) George Vansittart
Berkshire (seat 2/2) Charles Dundas
Berwickshire (seat 1/1) George Baillie
Berwick-upon-Tweed (seat 1/2) The Earl of Tyrconnel
Berwick-upon-Tweed (seat 2/2) John Callender
Beverley (seat 1/2) John Bacon Sawrey Morritt
Beverley (seat 2/2) Napier Christie Burton
Bewdley (seat 1/1) Miles Peter Andrews
Bishops Castle (seat 1/2) William Clive
Bishops Castle (seat 2/2) Henry Strachey
Bletchingley (seat 1/2) Benjamin Hobhouse
Bletchingley (seat 2/2) John Stein
Bodmin (seat 1/2) Sir John Morshead, Bt
Bodmin (seat 2/2) John Nesbitt
Boroughbridge (seat 1/2) Hon. John Scott
Boroughbridge (seat 2/2) Francis Burdett
Bossiney (seat 1/2) Hon. James Stuart-Wortley
Bossiney (seat 2/2) John Lubbock
Boston (seat 1/2) Thomas Fydell I
Boston (seat 2/2) Viscount Milsington
Brackley (seat 1/2) John William Egerton
Brackley (seat 2/2) Samuel Haynes
Bramber (seat 1/2) John Henry Newbolt
Bramber (seat 2/2) James Adams
Brecon (seat 1/1) Sir Robert Salusbury, Bt
Breconshire (seat 1/1) Sir Charles Morgan, Bt
Bridgnorth (seat 1/2) John Whitmore
Bridgnorth (seat 2/2) Isaac Hawkins Browne
Bridgwater (seat 1/2) George Pocock
Bridgwater (seat 2/2) Jeffreys Allen
Bridport (seat 1/2) George Barclay
Bridport (seat 2/2) Charles Sturt
Bristol (seat 1/2) The Lord Sheffield
Bristol (seat 2/2) Charles Bragge
Buckingham (seat 1/2) Thomas Grenville
Buckingham (seat 2/2) George Nugent
Buckinghamshire (seat 1/2) Richard Temple Nugent Grenville, Earl Temple
Buckinghamshire (seat 2/2) Marquess of Titchfield
Bury St Edmunds (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Davers, Bt
Bury St Edmunds (seat 2/2) Lord Hervey
Buteshire (seat 1/1) Frederick Stuart

C[edit]

Caernarvon Boroughs (seat 1/1) Hon. Edward Paget
Caernarvonshire (seat 1/1) Robert Williams
Caithness (seat 0/0) Alternated with Buteshire. No representation in 1796
Callington (seat 1/2) Sir John Call, Bt. - died
Replaced by John Inglett-Fortescue 1801
Callington (seat 2/2) Paul Orchard
Calne (seat 1/2) Joseph Jekyll
Calne (seat 2/2) Sir Francis Baring, Bt. Whig
Cambridge (seat 1/2) Edward Finch Tory
Cambridge (seat 2/2) Robert Manners Tory
Cambridgeshire (seat 1/2) James Whorwood Adeane - died
Replaced by Sir Henry Peyton 1802
Cambridgeshire (seat 2/2) Charles Philip Yorke Tory
Cambridge University (seat 1/2) William Pitt the Younger
Cambridge University (seat 2/2) Earl of Euston Whig
Camelford (seat 1/2) William Joseph Denison
Camelford (seat 2/2) John Angerstein
Canterbury (seat 1/2) Sir John Honywood, Bt
Canterbury (seat 2/2) George Watson
Cardiff Boroughs (seat 1/1) Lord Evelyn Stuart Tory
Cardigan Boroughs (seat 1/1) Hon. John Vaughan
Cardiganshire (seat 1/1) Thomas Johnes
Carlisle (seat 1/2) John Christian Curwen
Carlisle (seat 2/2) Sir Frederick Fletcher-Vane, Bt
Carlow (seat 1/1) Hon. Henry Sadleir Prittie - ennobled
Replaced by Hon. Francis Aldborough Prittie 1801- resigned
Replaced by Charles Montagu Ormsby 1801
County Carlow (seat 2/2) William Henry Burton
County Carlow (seat 2/2) Sir Richard Butler, Bt
Carmarthen (seat 1/1) John George Philipps
Carmarthenshire (seat 1/1) James Hamlyn
Carrickfergus (seat 1/1) Noah Dalway
Cashel (seat 1/1) Richard Bagwell - resigned
Replaced by John Bagwell 1801
Castle Rising (seat 1/2) Charles Bagot-Chester
Castle Rising (seat 2/2) Horatio Churchill
County Cavan (seat 1/2) Francis Saunderson Whig
County Cavan (seat 2/2) Nathaniel Sneyd Tory
Cheshire (seat 1/2) John Crewe
Cheshire (seat 2/2) Thomas Cholmondeley
Chester (seat 1/2) Viscount Belgrave
Chester (seat 2/2) Thomas Grosvenor
Chichester (seat 1/2) Thomas Steele
Chichester (seat 2/2) George White-Thomas
Chippenham (seat 1/2) George Fludyer
Chippenham (seat 2/2) James Dawkins
Chipping Wycombe (seat 1/2) Earl Wycombe
Chipping Wycombe (seat 2/2) Sir John Dashwood-King, Bt
Christchurch (seat 1/2) George Rose
Christchurch (seat 2/2) William Chamberlayne
Cirencester (seat 1/2) Sir Robert Preston, Bt
Cirencester (seat 2/2) Michael Hicks-Beach
Clackmannanshire (seat 1/1) Sir Robert Abercromby
County Clare (seat 1/2) Hon. Francis Nathaniel Burton
County Clare (seat 2/2) Hugh Dillon Massey
Clitheroe (seat 1/2) Lord Edward Bentinck
Clitheroe (seat 2/2) Hon. Robert Curzon
Clonmel (seat 1/1) seat vacant
Rt Hon. William Bagwell 1801
Cockermouth (seat 1/2) John Baynes Garforth
Cockermouth (seat 2/2) Walter Spencer Stanhope
Colchester (seat 1/2) Robert Thornton
Colchester (seat 2/2) The Lord Muncaster
Coleraine (seat 1/1) Walter Jones Tory
Corfe Castle (seat 1/2) Henry Bankes
Corfe Castle (seat 2/2) John Bond - resigned
Rreplaced by Nathaniel Bond 1801
Cork (seat 1/2) Hon. John Hely-Hutchinson - ennobled
Replaced by Hon. Christopher Hely-Hutchinson 1802
Cork (seat 2/2) Mountifort Longfield Tory
County Cork (seat 1/2) Viscount Boyle
County Cork (seat 2/2) Robert Uniacke Fitzgerald
Cornwall (seat 1/2) Sir William Lemon, Bt
Cornwall (seat 2/2) Francis Gregor
Coventry (seat 1/2) William Wilberforce Bird
Coventry (seat 2/2) Nathaniel Jefferys
Cricklade (seat 1/2) Thomas Estcourt
Cricklade (seat 2/2) Lord Portchester
Cromartyshire (seat 1/1) Duncan Davidson
Cumberland (seat 1/2) Sir Henry Fletcher, Bt
Cumberland (seat 2/2) John Lowther

D[edit]

Dartmouth (seat 1/2) John Charles Villiers
Dartmouth (seat 2/2) Edmund Bastard
Denbigh Boroughs (seat 1/1) Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones
Denbighshire (seat 1/1) Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 5th Baronet
Derby (seat 1/2) George Walpole
Derby (seat 2/2) Edward Coke
Derbyshire (seat 1/2) George Cavendish
Derbyshire (seat 2/2) Edward Miller Mundy
Devizes (seat 1/2) Henry Addington
Devizes (seat 2/2) Joshua Smith
Devon (seat 1/2) John Pollexfen Bastard
Devon (seat 2/2) Sir Lawrence Palk, Bt
County Donegal (seat 1/2) Henry Vaughan Brooke Tory
County Donegal (seat 2/2) Viscount Sudley Tory
Dorchester (seat 1/2) Hon. Cropley Ashley-Cooper
Dorchester (seat 2/2) Francis Fane
Dorset (seat 1/2) William Morton Pitt
Dorset (seat 2/2) Francis John Browne
Dover (seat 1/2) Charles Small Pybus
Dover (seat 2/2) John Trevanion
County Down (seat 1/2) Viscount Castlereagh Tory
County Down (seat 2/2) Francis Savage
Downpatrick Clotworthy Rowley Appointed to office
replaced by Samuel Campbell Rowley 1801
Downton (seat 1/2) Hon. Edward Bouverie
Downton (seat 2/2) Sir William Scott - resigned
Replaced by Viscount Folkestone 1801
Drogheda Edward Hardman
Droitwich (seat 1/2) Andrew Foley
Droitwich (seat 2/2) Sir Edward Winnington, Bt
Dublin (seat 1/2) John Claudius Beresford Tory
Dublin (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. George Ogle Tory
County Dublin (seat 1/2) Hans Hamilton Tory
County Dublin (seat 2/2) Frederick John Falkiner Tory
Dublin University Hon. George Knox Tory
Dumfries Burghs (seat 1/1) William Johnstone Hope
Dumfriesshire (seat 1/1) Sir Robert Laurie, Bt
Dunbartonshire (seat 1/1) Sir James Colquhoun, 3rd Bt
Dundalk seat vacant
Rt Hon. Isaac Corry elected 1801
Dungannon Hon. John Knox -died
Replaced by Sir Charles Hamilton, Bt 1801
Dungarvan Edward Lee Whig
Dunwich (seat 1/2) The Lord Huntingfield
Dunwich (seat 2/2) Snowdon Barne
Durham (City of) (seat 1/2) Ralph John Lambton
Durham (City of) (seat 2/2) Sir Henry Vane-Tempest, Bt
Durham (County) (seat 1/2) Ralphe Milbanke
Durham (County) (seat 2/2) Rowland Burdon
Dysart Burghs (seat 1/1) Sir James St Clair-Erskine

E[edit]

East Grinstead (seat 1/2) Nathaniel Dance-Holland
East Grinstead (seat 2/2) James Strange
East Looe (seat 1/2) Sir John Mitford - ennobled
Replaced by James Buller 1802
East Looe (seat 2/2) Frederick William Buller
East Retford (seat 1/2) William Petrie
East Retford (seat 2/2) Sir Wharton Amcotts, Bt
Edinburgh (seat 1/1) Henry Dundas Tory
Edinburghshire (seat 1/1) Robert Dundas - appointed to office
Replaced by Robert Saunders Dundas 1801
Elgin Burghs (seat 1/1) Alexander Brodie
Elginshire (seat 1/1) James Brodie
Ennis John Ormsby Vandeleur Tory
Enniskillen Hon. Arthur Cole Hamilton Tory
Essex (seat 1/2) Thomas Berney Bramston
Essex (seat 2/2) Colonel John Bullock Whig
Evesham (seat 1/2) Charles Thellusson
Evesham (seat 2/2) Thomas Thompson
Exeter (seat 1/2) John Baring Independent
Exeter (seat 2/2) Sir Charles Warwick Bampfylde Whig
Eye (seat 1/2) Hon. William Cornwallis
Eye (seat 2/2) James Cornwallis

F[edit]

County Fermanagh (seat 1/2) Mervyn Archdall (senior) Tory
County Fermanagh (seat 2/2) Viscount Cole Tory
Fife (seat 1/1) Sir William Erskine, Bt.
Flint Boroughs (seat 1/1) Watkin Williams
Flintshire (seat 1/1) Sir Thomas Mostyn
Forfarshire (seat 1/1) Sir David Carnegie, Bt.
Fowey (seat 1/2) Philip Rashleigh
Fowey (seat 2/2) Edwartd Golding

G[edit]

Galway St. George Daly - appointed to office
Replaced by John Brabazon Ponsonby 1801
County Galway (seat 1/2) Richard Le Poer Trench
County Galway (seat 2/2)
Gatton (seat 1/2) James Du Pre
Gatton (seat 2/2) Walter Stirling
Glamorganshire (seat 1/1) Thomas Wyndham
Glasgow Burghs (seat 1/1) William McDowall
Gloucester (seat 1/2) Henry Thomas Howard Whig
Gloucester (seat 2/2) John Pitt Tory
Gloucestershire (seat 1/2) Hon. George Cranfield Berkeley Whig
Gloucestershire (seat 2/2) Marquess of Worcester Tory
Grampound (seat 1/2) Sir Christopher Hawkins, Bt
Grampound (seat 2/2) Robert Sewell
Grantham (seat 1/2) Simon Yorke
Grantham (seat 2/2) George Manners-Sutton
Great Bedwyn (seat 1/2) Robert John Buxton
Great Bedwyn (seat 2/2) Hon. John Wodehouse
Great Grimsby (seat 1/2) Ayscoghe Boucherett
Great Grimsby (seat 2/2) William Mellish
Great Marlow (seat 1/2) Thomas Williams
Great Marlow (seat 2/2) Owen Williams
Great Yarmouth (seat 1/2) William Loftus
Great Yarmouth (seat 2/2) Henry Jodrell
Guildford (seat 1/2) Viscount Cranley Whig
Guildford (seat 2/2) Chapple Norton

H[edit]

Haddington Burghs (seat 1/1) Robert Baird - resigned
Replaced by Hon. Thomas Maitland 1802
Haddingtonshire (seat 1/1) Charles Hope
Hampshire (seat 1/2) Sir William Heathcote, Bt
Hampshire (seat 2/2) William John Chute
Harwich (seat 1/2) John Robinson
Harwich (seat 2/2) Hon Henry AugustusDillon
Haslemere (seat 1/2) George Wood
Haslemere (seat 2/2) James Clarke Satterthwaite
Hastings (seat 1/2) William Sturges
Hastings (seat 2/2) Nicholas Vansittart
Haverfordwest (seat 1/1) William Edwardes, Baron Kensington - died
Replaced by The 2nd Baron Kensington 1802
Hedon (seat 1/2) Christopher Atkinson
Hedon (seat 2/2) Sir Lionel Darell, Bt
Helston (seat 1/2) Charles Abbot Tory
Helston (seat 2/2) Lord Francis Osborne
Hereford (seat 1/2) Thomas Powell Symonds
Hereford (seat 2/2) John Scudamore jnr
Herefordshire (seat 1/2) Hon Thomas Harley Tory
Herefordshire (seat 2/2) Robert Biddulph
Hertford (seat 1/2) Nathaniel, Baron Dimsdale
Hertford (seat 2/2) John Calvert
Hertfordshire (seat 1/2) William Plumer
Hertfordshire (seat 2/2) William Baker
Heytesbury (seat 1/2) The Viscount Clifden - ennobled
Replaced by William Wickham 1802
Heytesbury (seat 2/2) Sir John Leicester, Bt
Higham Ferrers (seat 1/1) Stephen Thurston Adey - died
reRlaced by Francis Ferrand Foljambe 1801
Hindon (seat 1/2) Matthew Lewis
Hindon (seat 2/2) James Wildman
Honiton (seat 1/2) George Chambers
Honiton (seat 2/2) George Shum
Horsham (seat 1/2) Sir John Macpherson, Bt
Horsham (seat 2/2) James Fox-Lane
Hull see Kingston-upon-Hull
Huntingdon (seat 1/2) William Henry Fellowes
Huntingdon (seat 2/2) John Calvert
Huntingdonshire (seat 1/2) Lord Frederick Montagu
Huntingdonshire (seat 2/2) Viscount Hinchingbrooke
Hythe (seat 1/2) Hon Charles Marsham
Hythe (seat 2/2) William Evelyn

I[edit]

Ilchester (seat 1/2) Lewis Bayly Wallis
Ilchester (seat 2/2) William Dickinson
Inverness Burghs (seat 1/1) Sir Hector Munro
Inverness-shire (seat 1/1) John Simon Frederick Fraser
Ipswich (seat 1/2) Sir Andrew Hamond, Bt
Ipswich (seat 2/2) Charles Alexander Crickitt

K[edit]

Kent (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bt
Kent (seat 2/2) Sir William Geary, Bt
County Kerry (seat 1/2) James Crosbie Tory
County Kerry (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. Maurice Fitzgerald
Appointed Commissioner of the Treasury 1801
Whig
County Kildare (seat 1/2) Maurice Keating
County Kildare (seat 2/2) John La Touche Whig
Kilkenny 'William Talbot Resigned
replaced by Richard Archdall 1801
County Kilkenny (seat 1/2) Hon. James Wandesford Butler Whig
County Kilkenny (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. William Brabazon Ponsonby Whig
Kincardineshire (seat 1/1) Sir John Wishart-Belsches, Bt
King's County (seat 1/2) Sir Lawrence Parsons, Bt
King's County (seat 2/2) Denis Bowes Daly Tory
King's Lynn (seat 1/2) Hon. Horatio Walpole
King's Lynn (seat 2/2) Sir Martin ffolkes, Bt
Kingston-upon-Hull (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Turner, Bt
Kingston-upon-Hull (seat 2/2) Samuel Thornton
Kinross-shire (seat 0/1) Alternated with Clackmannanshire. Unrepresented in this Parliament
Kinsale William Rowley - appointed Commissioner of Irish Revenue 1801
Kirkcudbright Stewartry (seat 1/1) Patrick Heron Whig
Knaresborough (seat 1/2) Lord John Townshend Whig
Knaresborough (seat 2/2) James Hare Whig

L[edit]

Lanarkshire (seat 1/1) Sir James Denham-Steuart, Bt Tory
Lancashire (seat 1/2) Thomas Stanley
Lancashire (seat 2/2) John Blackburne
Lancaster (seat 1/2) John Dent
Lancaster (seat 2/2) Richard Penn
Launceston (seat 1/2) Hon. John Theophilus Rawdon
Launceston (seat 2/2) James Brogden
Leicester (seat 1/2) Samuel Smith
Leicester (seat 2/2) Thomas Babington
Leicestershire (seat 1/2) George Anthony Legh Keck
Leicestershire (seat 2/2) Sir Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, Bt
County Leitrim (seat 1/2) Viscount Clements Whig
County Leitrim (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. Theophilus Jones Tory
Leominster (seat 1/2) William Taylor
Leominster (seat 2/2) George Augustus Pollen
Lewes (seat 1/2) Thomas Kemp
Lewes (seat 2/2) Hon John Cressett-Pelham
Lichfield (seat 1/2) Sir John Wrottesley, Bt
Lichfield (seat 2/2) Thomas Anson
Limerick Henry Deane Grady
County Limerick (seat 1/2) John Waller
County Limerick (seat 2/2) William Odell
Lincoln (seat 1/2) Humphrey Sibthorp
Lincoln (seat 2/2) Richard Ellison
Lincolnshire (seat 1/2) Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Bt
Lincolnshire (seat 2/2) Robert Vyner
Linlithgow Burghs (seat 1/1) Viscount Stopford
Linlithgowshire (seat 1/1) Hon. Alexander Hope
Lisburn George Hatton Tory
Liskeard (seat 1/2) George Murray
Liskeard (seat 2/2) Hon. Hon. John Eliot
Liverpool (seat 1/2) Isaac Gascoyne Tory
Liverpool (seat 2/2) Banastre Tarleton Tory
London (City of) (seat 1/4) William Lushington
London (City of) (seat 2/4) William Curtis Tory
London (City of) (seat 3/4) Harvey Christian Combe
London (City of) (seat 4/4) Sir John William Anderson, Bt
Londonderry Henry Alexander
County Londonderry (seat 1/2) Hon. Charles William Stewart Tory
County Londonderry (seat 2/2) seat vacant
Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, Bt, 1801
County Longford (seat 1/2) Sir Thomas Fetherston, Bt
County Longford (seat 2/2) Sir William Glendowe Newcomen, Bt
Lostwithiel (seat 1/2) Hans Sloane
Lostwithiel (seat 2/2) William Drummond
County Louth (seat 1/2) John Foster
County Louth (seat 2/2) William Charles Fortescue
Ludgershall (seat 1/2) Earl of Dalkieth
Ludgershall (seat 2/2) Thomas Everett
Ludlow (seat 1/2) Robert Clive
Ludlow (seat 2/2) Richard Payne Knight
Lyme Regis (seat 1/2) Hon. Henry Fane
Lyme Regis (seat 2/2) Thomas Fane
Lymington (seat 1/2) (Sir) Harry Burrard (later Burrard-Neale)
Lymington (seat 2/2) William Manning

M[edit]

Maidstone (seat 1/2) Sir Matthew Bloxham
Maidstone (seat 2/2) Oliver De Lancey
Maldon (seat 1/2) Joseph Holden Strutt
Maldon (seat 2/2) Charles Callis Western
Mallow John Longfield
Malmesbury (seat 1/2) Philip Metcalfe
Malmesbury (seat 2/2) Peter Thellusson
Malton (seat 1/2) Charles Lawrence Dundas Whig
Malton (seat 2/2) Bryan Cooke Whig
Marlborough (seat 1/2) Charles Bruce, Lord Bruce
Marlborough (seat 2/2) Robert Brudenell
County Mayo (seat 1/2) Rt Hon. Denis Browne
County Mayo (seat 2/2) George Jackson
County Meath (seat 1/2) Hamilton Gorges
County Meath (seat 2/2) Sir Marcus Somerville, Bt
Merionethshire (seat 1/1) Sir Robert Williames Vaughan
Middlesex (seat 1/2) George Byng Whig
Middlesex (seat 2/2) William Mainwaring Tory
Midhurst (seat 1/2) George Smith
Midhurst (seat 2/2) Charles Long
Milborne Port (seat 1/2) Henry Paget, Lord Paget
Milborne Port (seat 2/2) Sir Robert Ainslie, Bt
Minehead (seat 1/2) John Langston (MP) Tory
Minehead (seat 2/2) John Fownes Luttrell Tory
Mitchell (seat 1/2) Sir Stephen Lushington, Bt
Mitchell (seat 2/2) John Simpson
County Monaghan (seat 1/2) Richard Dawson
County Monaghan (seat 2/2) Warner William Westenra - ennobled
Replaced by Charles Powell Leslie II 1801,
Monmouth Boroughs (seat 1/1) Lord Edward Somerset
Monmouthshire (seat 1/2) Charles Morgan (formerly Gould)
Monmouthshire (seat 2/2) James Rooke
Montgomery (seat 1/1) Whitshed Keene
Montgomeryshire (seat 1/1) Charles Williams-Wynn
Morpeth (seat 1/2) William Huskisson
Morpeth (seat 2/2) Viscount Morpeth

N[edit]

Nairnshire (seat 0/0) Henry Frederick Campbell
Newark (seat 1/2) Thomas Manners-Sutton
Newark (seat 2/2) Mark Wood
Newcastle-under-Lyme (seat 1/2) William Egerton
Newcastle-under-Lyme (seat 2/2) Edward Bootle-Wilbraham
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (seat 1/2) Sir Matthew White Ridley, 2nd Baronet
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (seat 2/2) Charles John Brandling
Newport (Cornwall) (seat 1/2) William Northey
Newport (Cornwall) (seat 2/2) Joseph Richardson
Newport (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) William Hamilton Nisbet
Newport (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) Andrew Strahan
Newry John Moore
New Radnor Boroughs (seat 1/1) Richard Price
New Romney (seat 1/2) John Fordyce
New Romney (seat 2/2) John Willett Willett
New Ross Robert Leigh
New Shoreham (seat 1/2) Hon. Charles William Wyndham
New Shoreham (seat 2/2) Sir Cecil Bisshopp, Bt
Newton (Lancashire) (seat 1/2) Peter Patten
Newton (Lancashire) (seat 2/2) Thomas Brooke
Newtown (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) Sir Richard Worsley - resigned
Replaced by Sir Edward Law 1801
Replaced by Ewan Law 1802
Newtown (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) Charles Shaw-Lefevre
New Windsor (seat 1/2) Hon. Robert Fulke Greville Tory
New Windsor (seat 2/2) Sir William Johnston, Bt
New Woodstock (seat 1/2) Charles Moore
New Woodstock (seat 2/2) Sir Henry Dashwood, Bt
Norfolk (seat 1/2) Thomas Coke Whig
Norfolk (seat 2/2) Jacob Astley
Northallerton (seat 1/2) Henry Peirse (younger)
Northallerton (seat 2/2) Hon. Edward Lascelles
Northampton (seat 1/2) Hon. Spencer Perceval
Northampton (seat 2/2) Hon. Edward Bouverie
Northamptonshire (seat 1/2) William Ralph Cartwright
Northamptonshire (seat 2/2) Francis Dickins
Northumberland (seat 1/2) Charles Grey
Northumberland (seat 2/2) Thomas Richard Beaumont
Norwich (seat 1/2) John Frere
Norwich (seat 2/2) William Windham
Nottingham (seat 1/2) Sir John Borlase Warren, Bt
Nottingham (seat 2/2) Daniel Parker Coke
Nottinghamshire (seat 1/2) Lord William Bentinck
Nottinghamshire (seat 2/2) Evelyn Henry Frederick Pierrepont - died
Replaced by Hon. Charles Pierrepont 1801

O[edit]

Okehampton (seat 1/2) Thomas Tyrwhitt Whig
Okehampton (seat 2/2) Richard Bateman-Robson Whig
Old Sarum (seat 1/2) Sir George Yonge, Bt - resigned
Replaced by Rev. John Horne Tooke 1801
Old Sarum (seat 2/2) George Hardinge
Orford (seat 1/2) Lord Robert Seymour
Orford (seat 2/2) Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
Orkney and Shetland (seat 1/1) Robert Honyman
Oxford (seat 1/2) Francis Burton
Oxford (seat 2/2) Henry Peters
Oxfordshire (seat 1/2) Lord Charles Spencer
Replaced by Lord Francis Spencer 1801
Oxfordshire (seat 2/2) John Fane (1751–1824)
Oxford University (seat 1/2) Sir William Dolben, Bt
Oxford University (seat 2/2) Francis Page - resigned
Replaced by Sir William Scott 1801

P[edit]

Peeblesshire (seat 1/1) James Montgomery
Pembroke Boroughs (seat 1/1) Hugh Barlow Whig
Pembrokeshire (seat 1/1) Richard Philipps, 1st Baron Milford
Penryn (seat 1/2) Thomas Wallace Tory
Penryn (seat 2/2) William Meeke
Perth Burghs (seat 1/1) David Scott
Perthshire (seat 1/1) Thomas Graham
Peterborough (seat 1/2) Hon. Lionel Damer
Peterborough (seat 2/2) French Laurence
Petersfield (seat 1/2) William Jolliffe - died
Replaced by Hylton Jolliffe 1802
Petersfield (seat 2/2) Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet
Plymouth (seat 1/2) Francis Glanville
Plymouth (seat 2/2) William Elford
Plympton Erle (seat 1/2) William Adams - resigned
Replaced by The Baron Glenbervie 1801
Plympton Erle (seat 2/2) Richard Hankey
Pontefract (seat 1/2) Robert Monckton-Arundell, 4th Viscount Galway
Pontefract (seat 2/2) John Smyth
Poole (seat 1/2) Charles Stuart Died
replaced by George Garland 1801
Poole (seat 2/2) John Jeffery
Portarlington Frederick Trench - ennobled
Replaced by William Elliot 1801
Portsmouth (seat 1/2) Hon. Thomas Erskine
Portsmouth (seat 2/2) Lord Hugh Seymour Died
replaced by John Markham 1801
Preston (seat 1/2) Lord Stanley
Preston (seat 2/2) Sir Henry Hoghton, Bt

Q[edit]

Queenborough (seat 1/2) John Sargent
Queenborough (seat 2/2) Evan Nepean
Queen's County (seat 1/2) Sir John Parnell, Bt - died
Replaced by Hon. William Wellesley-Pole 1801
Queen's County (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. Charles Henry Coote - ennobled
Replaced by Henry Brooke Parnell 1802

R[edit]

Radnorshire (seat 1/1) Walter Wilkins
Reading (seat 1/2) Francis Annesley
Reading (seat 2/2) John Simeon
Reigate (seat 1/2) Hon. John Somers Cocks
Reigate (seat 2/2) Joseph Sydney Yorke
Renfrewshire (seat 1/1) Boyd Alexander
Richmond (Yorkshire) (seat 1/2) Hon. Lawrence Dundas
Richmond (Yorkshire) (seat 2/2) Arthur Shakespeare Whig
Ripon (seat 1/2) Sir James Graham, Bt Tory
Ripon (seat 2/2) John Heathcote
Rochester (seat 1/2) Sir Richard King, Bt
Rochester (seat 2/2) Hon. Henry Tufton
County Roscommon (seat 1/2) Arthur French Whig
County Roscommon (seat 2/2) Thomas Mahon Whig
Ross-shire (seat 1/1) Sir Charles Lockhart-Ross, Bt.
Roxburghshire (seat 1/1) Sir George Douglas
Rutland (seat 1/2) Gerard Noel Edwardes Whig
Rutland (seat 2/2) Sir William Lowther, Bt
Rye (seat 1/2) Hon. Robert Banks Jenkinson Tory
Rye (seat 2/2) Robert Saunders Dundas - resigned
Replaced by The Baron de Blaquiere 1801

S[edit]

St Albans (seat 1/2) William Stephen Poyntz
St Albans (seat 2/2) Thomas Skip Dyot Bucknall Tory
St Germans (seat 1/2) Hon. William Eliot
St Germans (seat 2/2) Lord Grey
St Ives (seat 1/2) William Praed
St Ives (seat 2/2) Sir Richard Glyn, Bt
St Mawes (seat 1/2) Sir William Young, Bt Tory
St Mawes (seat 2/2) Jeremiah Crutchley
Salisbury (seat 1/2) Hon. William Henry Bouverie
Salisbury (seat 2/2) William Hussey
Saltash (seat 1/2) The Lord Macdonald
Saltash (seat 2/2) Charles Smith
Sandwich (seat 1/2) Sir Philip Stephens, Bt
Sandwich (seat 2/2) Sir Horatio Mann, Bt
Scarborough (seat 1/2) Hon. Edmund Phipps Tory
Scarborough (seat 2/2) Lord Charles Somerset Tory
Seaford (seat 1/2) Charles Rose Ellis Tory
Seaford (seat 2/2) George Ellis Tory
Selkirkshire (seat 1/1) Mark Pringle
Shaftesbury (seat 1/2) Paul Benfield
Shaftesbury (seat 2/2) Walter Boyd
Shrewsbury (seat 1/2) Sir William Pulteney, Bt Whig
Shrewsbury (seat 2/2) Hon. William Hill Tory
Shropshire (seat 1/2) Sir Richard Hill, Bt
Shropshire (seat 2/2) John Kynaston (later Powell)
Sligo Owen Wynne Tory
County Sligo (seat 1/2) Joshua Edward Cooper Tory
County Sligo (seat 2/2) Charles O'Hara Whig
Somerset (seat 1/2) William Gore-Langton
Somerset (seat 2/2) William Dickinson
Southampton (seat 1/2) James Amyatt
Southampton (seat 2/2) George Henry Rose
Southwark (seat 1/2) Henry Thornton Independent
Southwark (seat 2/2) George Tierney Whig
Stafford (seat 1/2) Edward Monckton Tory
Stafford (seat 2/2) Richard Brinsley Sheridan Whig
Staffordshire (seat 1/2) Sir Edward Littleton, Bt Whig
Staffordshire (seat 2/2) Lord Granville Leveson-Gower Whig
Stamford (seat 1/2) John Leland
Stamford (seat 2/2) John Proby, 1st Earl of Carysfort - ennobled
Replaced by Albemarle Bertie 1801
Steyning (seat 1/2) John Henniker-Major
Steyning (seat 2/2) James Lloyd
Stirling Burghs (seat 1/1) Alexander Forrester Inglis Cochrane
Stirlingshire (seat 1/1) Sir George Keith Elphinstone
Stockbridge (seat 1/2) John Agnew
Stockbridge (seat 2/2) George Porter Whig
Sudbury (seat 1/2) William Smith
Sudbury (seat 2/2) Sir James Marriott
Suffolk (seat 1/2) Sir Charles Bunbury, Bt
Suffolk (seat 2/2) Charles Cornwallis, Viscount Brome
Surrey (seat 1/2) Lord William Russell Whig
Surrey (seat 2/2) Sir John Frederick, Bt Tory
Sussex (seat 1/2) Thomas Pelham - ennobled
Replaced by John Fuller 1801
Sussex (seat 2/2) Charles Lennox
Sutherland (seat 1/1) James Grant

T[edit]

Tain Burghs (seat 1/1) William Dundas Tory
Tamworth (seat 1/2) Thomas Carter
Tamworth (seat 2/2) Sir Robert Peel Tory
Taunton (seat 1/2) William Morland
Taunton (seat 2/2) John Hammet
Tavistock (seat 1/2) Lord John Russell - ennobled
Replaced by Lord Robert Spencer 1802
Tavistock (seat 2/2) Hon. Richard FitzPatrick
Tewkesbury (seat 1/2) James Martin
Tewkesbury (seat 2/2) Christopher Bethell Codrington
Thetford (seat 1/2) John Harrison
Thetford (seat 2/2) Joseph Randyll Burch
Thirsk (seat 1/2) Sir Thomas Frankland, Bt - resigned
Replaced by William Frankland 1801
Thirsk (seat 2/2) Sir Gregory Page-Turner, Bt
County Tipperary (seat 1/2) Viscount Mathew
County Tipperary (seat 2/2) John Bagwell (1751-1816)
Tiverton (seat 1/2) Hon. Dudley Ryder
Tiverton (seat 2/2) Hon. Richard Ryder
Totnes (seat 1/2) Lord Arden
Totnes (seat 2/2) Lord George Seymour - resigned
Replaced by William Adams 1801
Tralee Arthur Moore
Tregony (seat 1/2) Sir Lionel Copley, Bt
Tregony (seat 2/2) John Nicholls
Truro (seat 1/2) John Leveson-Gower
Truro (seat 2/2) John Lemon
County Tyrone (seat 1/2) Viscount Corry - ennobled
Replaced by John Stewart 1802
County Tyrone (seat 2/2) James Stewart

W[edit]

Wallingford (seat 1/2) Lord Eardley Whig
Wallingford (seat 2/2) Sir Francis Sykes, Bt Tory
Wareham (seat 1/2) John Calcraft Whig
Wareham (seat 2/2) Joseph Chaplin Hankey
Warwick (seat 1/2) Hon. George Villiers
Warwick (seat 2/2) Samuel Robert Gaussen
Warwickshire (seat 1/2) Sir John Mordaunt, Bt
Warwickshire (seat 2/2) Sir George Augustus William Shuckburgh-Evelyn, Bt
Waterford William Congreve Alcock Tory
County Waterford (seat 1/2) Rt Hon. John Beresford Tory
County Waterford (seat 2/2) Richard Power Whig
Wells (seat 1/2) Charles William Taylor Whig
Wells (seat 2/2) Clement Tudway
Wendover (seat 1/2) John Hiley Addington Tory
Wendover (seat 2/2) George Canning Tory
Wenlock (seat 1/2) John Simpson
Wenlock (seat 2/2) Cecil Forester
Weobley (seat 1/2} Lord George Thynne
Weobley (seat 2/2} Sir Charles Talbot, Bt
Westbury (seat 1/2) Sir Henry St John-Mildmay, Bt
Westbury (seat 2/2) John Simon Harcourt
County Westmeath (seat 1/2) William Smyth
County Westmeath Gustavus Hume-Rochfort
West Looe (seat 1/2) John Hookham Frere
West Looe (seat 2/2) Sitwell Sitwell
Westminster (seat 1/2) Hon. Charles James Fox Foxite Whig
Westminster (seat 2/2) Sir Alan Gardner, Bt Tory
Westmorland (seat 1/2) Sir Michael le Fleming, Bt Tory
Westmorland (seat 2/2) James Lowther Tory
Wexford Francis Leigh - resigned
Replaced by Ponsonby Tottenham 1801
County Wexford (seat 1/2) Viscount Loftus Tory
County Wexford (seat 2/2) Abel Ram Tory
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 1/4) Sir James Pulteney, Bt (formerly Murray) Tory
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 2/4) Andrew Stuart - died
Replaced by Charles Adams 1801
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 3/4) Gabriel Tucker Steward Tory
Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (seat 4/4) William Garthshore Tory
Whitchurch (seat 1/2) Hon. William Augustus Townshend
Whitchurch (seat 2/2) William Brodrick
County Wicklow (seat 1/2) William Hoare Hume Whig
County Wicklow (seat 2/2) seat vacant
George Ponsonby 1801
Wigan (seat 1/2) George William Gunning
Wigan (seat 2/2) John Cotes
Wigtown Burghs (seat 1/1) John Spalding
Wigtownshire (seat 1/1) Hon. William Stewart
Wilton (seat 1/2) Viscount FitzWilliam
Wilton (seat 2/2) Philip Goldsworthy - died
Replaced by John Spencer 1801
Wiltshire (seat 1/2) Ambrose Goddard
Wiltshire (seat 2/2) Henry Penruddocke Wyndham
Winchelsea (seat 1/2) William Devaynes
Winchelsea (seat 2/2) William Currie
Winchester (seat 1/2) Richard Grace Gamon
Winchester (seat 2/2) Henry Temple, 2nd Viscount Palmerston
Wootton Bassett (seat 1/2) John Denison
Wootton Bassett (seat 2/2) Edward Clarke
Worcester (seat 1/2) Edmund Wigley
Worcester (seat 2/2) Abraham Robarts
Worcestershire (seat 1/2) Edward Foley
Worcestershire (seat 2/2) William Lygon

Y[edit]

Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) (seat 1/2) Jervoise Clarke Jervoise Whig
Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) (seat 2/2) William Peachy
York (seat 1/2) Sir William Mordaunt Milner, Bt. Whig
York (seat 2/2) Richard Slater Milnes Tory
Yorkshire (seat 1/2) William Wilberforce Tory
Yorkshire (seat 2/2) Hon. Henry Lascelles Tory
Youghal Sir John Keane, Bt Tory

By-elections[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Constituencies 1790-1820". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 9 June 2016.