List of members of the House of Commons at Westminster 1705–08

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This is a list of members of the House of Commons who met at the Palace of Westminster between 14 June 1705 and 15 April 1708, initially as the House of Commons of England, then after the Acts of Union 1707 as the House of Commons of Great Britain.

Background[edit]

At the start of the eighteenth century the House of Commons of the Parliament of England had 513 members: 489 representing 245 constituencies in England and 24 representing 24 constituencies in Wales. In England there were 40 counties, returning two members each; 196 boroughs returning two members each, two boroughs (London and Weymouth and Melcombe Regis) returning four members each; five boroughs (Abingdon, Banbury, Bewdley, Higham Ferrers and Monmouth) returning one member each; and the two universities of Oxford and Cambridge returning two members each. In Wales there were twelve counties returning one member each, and twelve boroughs returning one member each.[1]

The Commons of the second English Parliament of Queen Anne had been elected in May and June of 1705. By proclamation of 29 April 1707 this parliament was declared to be the first Parliament of Great Britain.[2] In February 1707 the shire commissioners and burgh commissioners of the last Parliament of Scotland in Edinburgh had elected 45 of their number (30 for the shires and 15 for the burghs) to represent Scotland in the House of Commons of Great Britain, and these new members took their seats at Westminster in November 1707.[3] This brought the total number of Members of Parliament to 558, representing 314 constituencies.[1] The Parliament was dissolved on 15 April 1708, triggering the first general election to the Parliament of Great Britain.

List of Members of Parliament[edit]

Name Date of election Constituency County Notes Ref
Sir Pynsent Chernock 23 May 1705 Bedfordshire Bedford [4]
Sir William Gostwick
William Farrer 11 May 1705 Bedford [5]
Sir Philip Monoux Died on 25 November 1707. [5][6]
William Hillersden 15 December 1707 (vice Monoux) [5]
Richard Neville 9 May 1705 Berkshire Berks [7]
Sir John Stonhouse
Grey Neville 10 May 1705 Abingdon [8]
Sir Owen Buckingham 8 May 1705 Reading [9]
Tanfield Vachell Died on 19 October 1705. [9][10]
Sir William Rich 26 November 1705 (vice Vachell) [9]
William Jennens 7 May 1705 Wallingford [11]
Clement Kent
The Viscount Fitzhardinge 8 May 1705 New Windsor [12]
Richard Topham
Robert Dormer 24 May 1705 Buckinghamshire Buckingham Appointed a puisne justice of the Court of Common Pleas in February 1706. [13][14]
Sir Richard Temple [13]
William Egerton 27 February 1706 (vice Dormer)
The Viscount of Newhaven 8 May 1705 Amersham As a peer of Scotland, disqualified under the Act of Union on 1 May 1707. [15][16]
Sir Samuel Garrard [15]
John Drake 21 November 1707 (vice Newhaven)
Sir John Wittewronge 2 May 1705 Aylesbury [17]
Simon Mayne
Sir Richard Temple 8 May 1705 Buckingham Chose to sit for Buckinghamshire. [18]
Sir Edmund Denton
Browne Willis 3 December 1705 (vice Temple)
Charles Godfrey 9 May 1705 Chipping Wycombe [19]
Fleetwood Dormer As a Commissioner for Prizes, disqualified under the Regency Act in November 1707. [19][20]
29 November 1707 (re-elected)
Sir James Etheridge 8 May 1705 Great Marlow [21]
James Chase
Richard Hampden 8 May 1705 Wendover [22]
Sir Roger Hill
Sir Rushout Cullen 24 May 1705 Cambridgeshire Cambridge [23]
John Bromley Died on 7 October 1707. [23][24]
John Bromley 4 December 1707 (vice Bromley) [23]
Arthur Annesley 17 May 1705 Cambridge University [25]
Dixie Windsor
Sir John Cotton 17 May 1705 Cambridge [26]
Anthony Thompson
John Crewe Offley 23 May 1705 Cheshire Chester [27]
Langham Booth
Sir Henry Bunbury 23 May 1705 Chester [28]
Peter Shakerley
Hugh Boscawen 23 May 1705 Cornwall Cornwall [29]
Sir Richard Vyvyan
John Hoblyn 19 May 1705 Bodmin Died before 4 June 1706. [30][31]
Francis Robartes [30][32]
Thomas Herne 17 December 1706 (vice Hoblyn) [30]
Sir Simon Harcourt 19 May 1705 Bossiney [33]
John Manley
Sir William Coryton 22 May 1705 Callington [34]
Samuel Rolle
William Pole
(succeeded as baronet 13 March 1708)
21 May 1705 Camelford [35][36]
Henry Pinnell [35]
George Granville 21 May 1705 Fowey [37]
John Hicks
Francis Scobell 18 May 1705 Grampound [38]
James Craggs
Sidney Godolphin 21 May 1705 Helston [39]
Francis Godolphin
(styled Viscount Rialton from 1706)
[39][40]
Lord Hyde 22 May 1705 Launceston [41]
William Cary
William Bridges 22 May 1705 Liskeard [42]
Thomas Dodson Died before 24 August 1707. [42][43]
John Dolben 21 November 1707 (vice Dodson) [42]
Sir Henry Seymour 22 May 1705 East Looe [44]
George Clarke
Sir Charles Hedges 22 May 1705 West Looe [45]
John Mounstephen Died on 19 December 1706. [45][46]
Francis Palmes 23 January 1707 (vice Mounstephen) [45]
Russell Robartes 21 May 1705 Lostwithiel [47]
Robert Molesworth The election of Molesworth was overturned on petition, and Kendall declared elected.
James Kendall 17 January 1706 (vice Molesworth)[n 1]
Sir William Hodges 19 May 1705 Mitchell [48]
Hugh Fortescue
Sir Nicholas Morice 22 May 1705 Newport [49]
John Spark Died on 2 January 1707. [49][50]
Sir John Pole 21 January 1707 (vice Spark) [49]
Samuel Trefusis 19 M17 1705 Penryn [51]
James Vernon
Samuel Rolle 22 May 1705 St Germans Chose to sit for Callington. [52]
Henry Fleming
Edward Eliot 4 December 1705 (vice Rolle)
Sir Bartholomew Gracedieu 21 May 1705 St Ives [53]
John Borlase
Sir Joseph Tredenham 19 May 1705 St Mawes Died on 24 or 25 April 1707. [54][55]
Francis Godfrey [54]
John Tredenham 21 November 1707 (vice Tredenham)
James Buller 21 May 1705 Saltash [56]
Joseph Moyle
John Trevanion 18 May 1705 Tregony [57]
Sir Philip Meadowes
Hugh Boscawen 18 May 1705 Truro Chose to sit for Cornwall. [58]
Henry Vincent
Peregrine Bertie 30 November 1705 (vice Boscawen)
George Fletcher 30 May 1705 Cumberland Cumberland [59]
Richard Musgrave
Thomas Stanwix 18 May 1705 Carlisle [60]
Sir James Montagu
James Stanhope 21 May 1705 Cockermouth [61]
Thomas Lamplugh
John Curzon 24 May 1705 Derbyshire Derby [62]
Thomas Coke
Lord James Cavendish 12 May 1705 Derby [63]
Thomas Parker
(knighted 9 July 1705)
[63][64]
Sir William Courtenay 5 June 1705 Devon Devon [65]
Robert Rolle
Richard Reynell 17 May 1705 Ashburton [66]
Gilbert Yarde Died in December 1707. [66][67]
Roger Tuckfield 21 January 1708 (vice Yarde) [66]
Nicholas Hooper 17 May 1705 Barnstaple [68]
Samuel Rolle
William Cowper 17 May 1705 Bere Alston Appointed Lord Keeper of the Great Seal on 11 October 1705. [69][70]
Peter King [69]
Spencer Cowper 1 December 1705 (vice Cowper)
Nathaniel Herne 16 May 1705 Dartmouth [71]
Frederick Herne
Sir Edward Seymour 30 May 1705 Exeter Died on 18 February 1708. [72][73]
John Snell [72]
John Harris 13 April 1708 (vice Seymour)
Sir William Drake 18 May 1705 Honiton [74]
Sir Walter Yonge
Thomas Northmore 15 May 1705 Okehampton [75]
John Dibble Double return: Dibble was declared elected on 20 December 1705.
Sir Simon Leach
Charles Trelawny 19 May 1705 Plymouth [76]
Sir George Byng
Sir John Cope 21 May 1705 Plympton [77]
Richard Edgcumbe
Henry Manaton 18 May 1705 Tavistock [78]
James Bulteel
Thomas Bere 19 May 1705 Tiverton [79]
Robert Burridge
Sir Humphrey Mackworth 17 May 1705 Totnes [80]
Thomas Coulson
Thomas Strangways 30 May 1705 Dorset Dorset [81]
Thomas Chafin
Alexander Pitfield 14 May 1705 Bridport [82]
Thomas Strangways
John Bankes 11 May 1705 Corfe Castle [83]
Richard Fownes
Awnsham Churchill 14 May 1705 Dorchester [84]
Nathaniel Napier
Thomas Freke 15 May 1705 Lyme Regis [85]
John Burridge
Sir William Phippard 22 May 1705 Poole [86]
Samuel Weston
Edward Nicholas 15 May 1705 Shaftesbury [87]
Sir John Cropley
Thomas Erle 15 May 1705 Wareham [88]
George Pitt
Charles Churchill 12 May 1705 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis [89]
Anthony Henley
Maurice Ashley
Henry Thynne
Sir Robert Eden 16 May 1705 County Durham Durham [90]
Sir William Bowes Died on 16 January 1707. [90][91]
John Tempest 15 March 1707 (vice Bowes) [90]
Thomas Conyers 14 May 1705 Durham [92]
Sir Henry Belasyse
Lord Walden 15 May 1705 Essex Essex Created Earl of Bindon on 30 December 1706. [93][94]
Sir Francis Masham [93]
Thomas Middleton 21 January 1707 (vice Walden)
Sir Isaac Rebow 8 May 1705 Colchester [95]
Edward Bullock Died on 6 December 1705. [95][96]
Sir Thomas Webster 18 December 1705 (vice Bullock) [95]
Sir Thomas Davall 10 May 1705 Harwich [97]
John Ellis
William Fytche 7 May 1705 Maldon [98]
John Comyns
Sir John Guise 16 May 1705 Gloucestershire Gloucester [99]
Maynard Colchester
Sir William Daines 6 June 1705 Bristol [100]
Robert Yate
Allen Bathurst 10 May 1705 Cirencester [101]
Henry Ireton Double return: Ireton was declared elected on 15 November 1705.
Charles Coxe
John Hanbury 25 May 1705 Gloucester [102]
William Cooke
Richard Dowdeswell 11 May 1705 Tewkesbury [103]
Edmund Bray
The Viscount Scudamore 16 May 1705 Herefordshire Hereford [104]
Henry Gorges
James Brydges 12 May 1705 Hereford [105]
Thomas Foley
The Lord Coningsby 14 May 1705 Leominster [106]
Edward Harley
Henry Cornewall 14 May 1705 Weobley [107]
John Birch
Sir John Spencer 10 May 1705 Hertfordshire Hertford [108]
Ralph Freman
Charles Caesar 7 May 1705 Hertford [109]
Richard Goulston The election of Goulston was overturned on petition, and Clarke declared elected.
Thomas Clarke
(knighted 24 July 1706)
6 December 1705 (vice Goulston)[n 1] [109][110]
George Churchill 9 May 1705 St Albans [111]
John Gape The election of Gape was overturned on petition, and Killigrew declared elected.
Henry Killigrew 24 November 1705 (vice Gape)[n 1]
John Dryden 26 May 1705 Huntingdonshire Huntingdon Died on 3 January 1708. [112][113]
John Pocklington [112]
John Proby 31 January 1708 (vice Dryden)
Sir John Cotton 15 May 1705 Huntingdon The election of Cotton was overturned on petition, and Pedley declared elected. [114]
Edward Wortley Montagu
John Pedley 22 January 1706 (vice Cotton)[n 1] The election of Cotton was overturned on petition, and Pedley declared elected.
Viscount Villiers 22 May 1705 Kent Kent [115]
Sir Cholmeley Dering
Henry Lee 31 May 1705 Canterbury [116]
John Hardres
Sir Thomas Colepeper 9 May 1705 Maidstone [117]
Thomas Bliss
Sir John Jennings 9 May 1705 Queenborough [118]
Thomas King
Sir Clowdesley Shovell 8 May 1705 Rochester Died on 22 October 1707. [119][120]
Sir Stafford Fairborne [119]
Sir John Leake 3 January 1708 (vice Shovell)
Charles Zedenno Stanley 15 May 1705 Lancashire Lancaster [121]
Richard Shuttleworth
Edward Harvey 15 May 1705 Clitheroe [122]
Thomas Stringer Died on 17 September 1706. [122][123]
Daniel Harvey 27 December 1706 (vice Stringer) Double return: Harvey was declared elected on 22 January 1707. [122]
Christopher Parker
Robert Heysham 15 May 1705 Lancaster [124]
William Heysham
William Clayton 14 May 1705 Liverpool [125]
Thomas Johnson
(knighted 20 March 1708)
[125][126]
Thomas Legh 15 May 1705 Newton [127]
John Ward
Francis Annesley 15 May 1705 Preston [128]
Edward Rigby Died on 2 May 1706. [128][129]
Arthur Maynwaring 2 December 1706 (vice Rigby) [128]
Sir Roger Bradshaigh 15 May 1705 Wigan [130]
Emanuel Scrope Howe
John Verney 17 May 1705 Leicestershire Leicester Died on 31 October 1707. [131][132]
John Wilkins [131]
George Ashby 4 December 1707 (vice Verney)
Sir George Beaumont 15 May 1705 Leicester [133]
James Winstanley
George Whichcot 30 May 1705 Lincolnshire Lincoln [134]
Albemarle Bertie
Sir Edward Irby 14 May 1705 Boston [135]
Richard Wynn
Marquess of Granby 14 May 1705 Grantham [136]
Sir William Ellys
Arthur Moore 9 May 1705 Great Grimsby [137]
William Cotesworth
Thomas Lister 12 May 1705 Lincoln [138]
Sir Thomas Meres
Charles Cecil 12 May 1705 Stamford [139]
Charles Bertie
Scorie Barker 28 May 1705 Middlesex Middlesex [140]
Sir John Wolstenholme
Sir Robert Clayton 17 May 1705 London Died on 16 July 1707. [141][142]
Sir William Ashurst [141]
Sir Gilbert Heathcote
Samuel Shepheard
Sir William Withers 16 December 1707 (vice Clayton)
Henry Boyle 30 May 1705 Westminster Appointed Secretary of State for the Northern Department in February 1708. [143][144]
Sir Henry Dutton Colt [143]
Henry Boyle 21 February 1708 (re-elected)
John Morgan 23 May 1705 Monmouthshire Monmouth [145]
Sir Hopton Williams
Sir Thomas Powell 14 May 1705 Monmouth [146]
Sir John Holland 30 May 1705 Norfolk Norfolk [147]
Roger Townshend
Sir Robert Clayton 14 May 1705 Castle Rising Chose to sit for London. [148]
Horatio Walpole
William Feilding 29 November 1705 (vice Clayton) [148][149]
Sir Charles Turner 12 May 1705 King's Lynn [150]
Robert Walpole Appointed Secretary at War in February 1708. [150][151]
6 March 1708 (re-elected)
Waller Bacon 23 May 1705 Norwich Double return: Bacon and Chambers were declared elected on 6 December 1705. [152]
John Chambers
Thomas Blofield
Thomas Palgrave
Sir Thomas Hanmer 14 May 1705 Thetford [153]
Sir John Wodehouse
Benjamin England 15 May 1705 Great Yarmouth [154]
John Nicholson
Sir Justinian Isham 17 May 1705 Northamptonshire Northampton [155]
Thomas Cartwright
Charles Egerton 12 May 1705 Brackley [156]
John Sydney Succeeded as Earl of Leicester on 24 July 1705. [156][157]
Harry Mordaunt 26 November 1705 (vice Sydney) [156]
Thomas Watson Wentworth 11 May 1705 Higham Ferrers [158]
George Montagu 8 May 1705 Northampton [159]
Francis Arundell
Sidney Wortley Montagu 10 May 1705 Peterborough [160]
Sir Gilbert Dolben
Thomas Forster 31 May 1705 Northumberland Northumberland [161]
Sir John Delaval
Samuel Ogle 18 May 1705 Berwick-upon-Tweed [162]
Jonathan Hutchinson
Sir Richard Sandford 18 May 1705 Morpeth [163]
Edmund Maine
Sir William Blackett 6 June 1705 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Died in December 1705. [164][165]
William Carr [164]
Sir Henry Liddell 2 January 1706 (vice Blackett)
Sir Thomas Willoughby 23 May 1705 Nottinghamshire Nottingham [166]
John Thornhagh
James Saunderson 12 May 1705 Newark-on-Trent [167]
John Digby
Robert Sacheverell 16 May 1705 Nottingham [168]
William Pierrepont Died on 29 August 1706. [168][169]
John Plumptre 23 December 1706 (vice Pierrepont) [168]
Sir Willoughby Hickman 14 May 1705 East Retford The election of Hickman and Levinz was overturned on petition, and Wasteneys and Molesworth declared elected. [170]
William Levinz
Sir Hardolph Wasteneys 17 January 1706 (vice Hickman and Levinz)[n 1]
Robert Molesworth
Sir Robert Jenkinson 9 May 1705 Oxfordshire Oxford [171]
Sir Edward Norreys
Charles North 8 May 1705 Banbury [172]
Sir William Whitelocke 9 May 1705 Oxford University [173]
William Bromley
Thomas Rowney 8 May 1705 Oxford [174]
Francis Norreys Died on 6 June 1706. [174][175]
Sir John Walter 11 December 1706 (vice Norreys) [174]
Charles Bertie 11 May 1705 New Woodstock [176]
William Cadogan
Sir Thomas Mackworth 16 May 1705 Rutland Rutland [177]
Richard Halford
Sir Robert Corbet 24 May 1705 Shropshire Salop [178]
Robert Lloyd
Henry Brett 12 May 1705 Bishop's Castle [179]
Charles Mason Chose to sit for Montgomery.
Henry Newport 5 March 1706 (vice Mason)
Sir Humphrey Briggs 11 May 1705 Bridgnorth [180]
William Whitmore
Sir Thomas Powys 16 May 1705 Ludlow [181]
Acton Baldwyn
John Kynaston 14 May 1705 Shrewsbury [182]
Richard Mytton
Sir William Forester 12 May 1705 Much Wenlock [183]
George Weld
Nathaniel Palmer 30 May 1705 Somerset Somerset [184]
John Pigott
William Blathwayt 15 May 1705 Bath [185]
Alexander Popham Died on 16 June 1705. [185][186]
Samuel Trotman 20 February 1707 (vice Popham) [185]
Sir Thomas Wroth 16 May 1705 Bridgwater [187]
George Balch
Edward Strode 18 May 1705 Ilchester [188]
John Webb
Sir Thomas Travell 16 May 1705 Milborne Port [189]
Thomas Medlycott
Alexander Luttrell 12 May 1705 Minehead [190]
Sir Jacob Banks
Edward Clarke 14 May 1705 Taunton [191]
Sir Francis Warre
Maurice Berkeley 14 May 1705 Wells [192]
Henry Portman
Thomas Jervoise 16 May 1705 Southamptonshire Southampton [193]
Richard Chaundler
John Smith 11 May 1705 Andover [194]
Francis Shepheard
Francis Gwyn 12 May 1705 Christchurch [195]
William Ettrick
Thomas Dore 12 May 1705 New Lymington Died in October 1705. [196][197]
Paul Burrard As a sub-Commissioner for Prizes at Portsmouth, disqualified under the Regency Act in November 1707. [196][198]
Marquess of Winchester 7 December 1705 (vice Dore) [196]
Paul Burrard 2 December 1707 (re-elected)
The Lord Cutts 11 May 1705 Newport [199][200]
William Stephens [199]
Sir Tristram Dillington 3 March 1707 (vice Cutts)
James Worsley 12 May 1705 Newtown [201]
Henry Worsley
Leonard Bilson 11 May 1705 Petersfield [202]
Norton Powlett
Sir George Rooke 10 May 1705 Portsmouth [203]
William Gifford
(knighted 6 September 1705)
[203][204]
Viscount Woodstock 12 May 1705 Southampton [205]
Adam de Cardonnel
Sir John Hawles 10 May 1705 Stockbridge [206]
Sir Edward Lawrence
Richard Wollaston 10 May 1705 Whitchurch [207]
John Shrimpton Died on 24 December 1707. [207][208]
Frederick Tylney 17 January 1708 (vice Shrimpton) The election of Tylney was overturned on petition, and Wither declared elected. [207]
Charles Wither 17 February 1708 (vice Tylney)[n 1]
Lord William Powlett 9 May 1705 Winchester [209]
George Rodney Brydges
Henry Holmes 10 May 1705 Yarmouth [210]
Anthony Morgan
Henry Paget 10 May 1705 Staffordshire Stafford [211]
Sir Edward Bagot
Richard Dyott 10 May 1705 Lichfield [212]
Sir Henry Gough
Sir Thomas Bellot 11 May 1705 Newcastle-under-Lyme The election of Bellot and Cotton was overturned on petition, and Offley and Lawton declared elected. [213]
Rowland Cotton
Crewe Offley 27 February 1706 (vice Bellot and Cotton)[n 1]
John Lawton
Walter Chetwynd 9 May 1705 Stafford [214]
Thomas Foley
Joseph Girdler 14 May 1705 Tamworth [215]
Thomas Guy
The Earl of Dysart 9 May 1705 Suffolk Suffolk As a peer of Scotland, disqualified under the Act of Union on 1 May 1707. [216][217]
Sir Robert Davers [216]
Leicester Martin 3 December 1707 (vice Dysart)
Sir Henry Johnson 11 May 1705 Aldeburgh [218]
William Johnson
Sir Thomas Felton 9 May 1705 Bury St Edmunds [219]
Sir Robert Davers Chose to sit for Suffolk.
Aubrey Porter 1 December 1705 (vice Davers)
Sir Charles Blois 12 May 1705 Dunwich [220]
John Rous
Spencer Compton 11 May 1705 Eye [221]
Sir Joseph Jekyll
Henry Poley 11 May 1705 Ipswich Died on 7 August 1707. [222][223]
John Bence [222]
William Churchill 21 November 1707 (vice Poley)
Sir Edmund Bacon 11 May 1705 Orford [224]
Sir Edward Turnor
Sir Gervase Elwes 10 May 1705 Sudbury Died on 11 April 1706. [225][226]
Philip Skippon [225]
Sir Hervey Elwes 16 December 1706 (vice Elwes)
Sir Richard Onslow 30 May 1705 Surrey Surrey [227]
Sir William Scawen
John Ward 10 May 1705 Bletchingley [228]
George Evelyn
George Newland
(knighted 3 June 1706)
9 May 1705 Gatton [229][230]
Paul Docminique [229]
Denzil Onslow 8 May 1705 Guildford [231]
Robert Wroth
George Woodroffe 9 May 1705 Haslemere [232]
John Fulham
Sir John Parsons 8 May 1705 Reigate [233]
Stephen Hervey Died on 24 May 1707. [233][234]
James Cocks 29 November 1707 (vice Hervey) [233]
John Cholmley 9 May 1705 Southwark [235]
Charles Cox
John Morley Trevor 24 May 1705 Sussex Sussex [236]
Sir George Parker
James Butler 9 May 1705 Arundel [237]
Edmund Dummer
John Asgill 7 May 1705 Bramber Expelled from the House for blasphemy on 18 December 1707. [238][239]
The Viscount Windsor [238]
William Shippen 29 December 1707 (vice Asgill)
William Elson 10 May 1705 Chichester Died before 23 October 1705. [240][241]
Sir Thomas Littleton [240]
Thomas Onslow 26 November 1705 (vice Elson)
John Conyers 11 May 1705 East Grinstead [242]
John Toke
Charles Eversfield 10 May 1705 Horsham [243]
Henry Cowper Died on 22 March 1707. [243][244]
Henry Goring 4 April 1707 (vice Cowper) [243]
Thomas Pelham 19 May 1705 Lewes [245]
Richard Payne
Robert Orme 9 May 1705 Midhurst [246]
Laurence Alcock
Nathaniel Gould 11 May 1705 New Shoreham [247]
John Wicker
William Wallis 10 May 1705 Steyning [248]
Charles Goring
Sir John Mordaunt 16 May 1705 Warwickshire Warwick [249]
Sir Charles Shuckburgh Died on 2 September 1705. [249][250]
Andrew Archer 28 November 1705 (vice Shuckburgh) [249]
Sir Christopher Hales 22 May 1705 Coventry Election declared void on 5 February 1707. [251]
Thomas Gery
Sir Orlando Bridgeman 25 February 1707 (vice Hales and Gery)
Edward Hopkins
Francis Greville 9 May 1705 Warwick [252]
Dodington Greville
Henry Grahme 5 June 1705 Westmorland Westmorland Died on 7 January 1707. [253][254]
Robert Lowther [253]
Michael Fleming 20 February 1707 (vice Grahme)
James Grahme 19 May 1705 Appleby [255]
William Harvey
Sir Richard Grobham Howe 22 May 1705 Wiltshire Wilts [256]
Robert Hyde
Sir George Byng 12 May 1705 Great Bedwyn Chose to sit for Plymouth. [257]
Nicholas Pollexfen As a Commissioner for Prizes, disqualified under the Regency Act in November 1707. [257][258]
Lord Bruce 7 December 1705 (vice Byng) [257]
Tracy Pauncefort 29 November 1707 (vice Pollexfen) The election of Pauncefort was overturned on petition, and Pollexfen declared elected.
Nicholas Pollexfen 22 December 1707 (vice Pauncefort)[n 1]
Edward Bayntun 11 May 1705 Calne [259]
George Duckett
Sir James Long 11 May 1705 Chippenham [260]
Walter White Died on 21 July 1705. [260][261]
Viscount Mordaunt 26 November 1705 (vice White) [260]
Edmund Dunch 12 May 1705 Cricklade [262]
Samuel Barker
Sir Francis Child 11 May 1705 Devizes [263]
John Methuen Died on 13 July 1706. [263][264]
Josiah Diston 11 December 1706 (vice Methuen) [263]
Charles Duncombe 12 May 1705 Downton [265]
John Eyre
Edward Ashe 11 May 1705 Heytesbury [266]
William Monson
George Morley 11 May 1705 Hindon [267]
Reynolds Calthorpe
Walter Kent 14 May 1705 Ludgershall [268]
Thomas Powell The election of Powell was overturned on petition, and Webb declared elected.
John Richmond Webb 17 January 1706 (vice Powell)[n 1]
Thomas Farrington 14 May 1705 Malmesbury [269]
Henry Mordaunt
Edward Ashe 11 May 1705 Marlborough Chose to sit for Heytesbury. [270]
John Jeffreys
Earl of Hertford 27 November 1705 (vice Ashe)
Robert Pitt 10 May 1705 Old Sarum [271]
Charles Mompesson Double return: Mompesson was declared elected on 11 December 1705.
The Viscount Grandison
Robert Eyre 10 May 1705 New Sarum [272]
Charles Fox
Robert Bertie 10 May 1705 Westbury [273]
Henry Bertie
John Gauntlett 10 May 1705 Wilton [274]
William Nicholas
Henry St John 12 May 1705 Wootton Bassett [275]
John Morton Pleydell Died on 11 February 1706. [275][276]
Francis Popham 2 March 1706 (vice Pleydell) [275]
Sir John Pakington 23 May 1705 Worcestershire Worcester [277]
William Bromley Died on 5 August 1707. [277][278]
Sir Thomas Cookes Winford 3 December 1707 (vice Bromley) [277]
Salwey Winnington 11 May 1705 Bewdley [279]
Charles Cocks 11 May 1705 Droitwich [280]
Edward Foley
John Rudge 15 May 1705 Evesham [281]
Hugh Parker
Thomas Wylde 21 May 1705 Worcester [282]
Samuel Swift
Marquess of Hartington 23 May 1705 Yorkshire York Succeeded as Duke of Devonshire on 18 August 1707. [283][284]
Sir John Kaye Died on 8 August 1706. [283][285]
The Lord Fairfax of Cameron 1 January 1707 (vice Kaye) As a peer of Scotland, disqualified under the Act of Union on 1 May 1707. [283][286]
The Viscount Downe 3 December 1707 (vice Hartington and Fairfax) [283]
Conyers Darcy
Robert Monckton 16 May 1705 Aldborough [287]
William Jessop Appointed justice of the Anglesey Circuit in summer 1707. [287][288]
29 November 1707 (re-elected)
Sir Charles Hotham 16 May 1705 Beverley [289]
John Moyser
John Stapylton 14 May 1705 Boroughbridge [290]
Craven Peyton
Anthony Duncombe 15 May 1705 Hedon As a Commissioner of Prizes, disqualified under the Regency Act in November 1707. [291][292]
William Pulteney [291]
Anthony Duncombe 1 December 1707 (re-elected)
Sir William St Quintin 19 May 1705 Kingston-upon-Hull [293]
William Maister
Christopher Stockdale 12 May 1705 Knaresborough [294]
Robert Byerley
Sir William Strickland 16 May 1705 Malton [295]
William Palmes
Sir William Hustler 15 May 1705 Northallerton [296]
Robert Dormer Chose to sit for Buckinghamshire.
Roger Gale 3 December 1705 (vice Dormer)
Sir John Bland 14 May 1705 Pontefract [297]
William Lowther
Thomas Yorke 14 May 1705 Richmond [298]
Wharton Dunch Died before 22 September 1705. [298][299]
William Walsh 6 December 1705 (vice Dunch) [298]
John Aislabie 14 May 1705 Ripon [300]
John Sharp
Robert Squire 14 May 1705 Scarborough Died on 8 October 1707. [301][302]
William Thompson [301]
John Hungerford 22 November 1707 (vice Squire)
Sir Thomas Frankland 16 May 1705 Thirsk [303]
Sir Godfrey Copley
Sir William Robinson 16 May 1705 York [304]
Robert Benson
Matthew Aylmer 10 May 1705 Dover Cinque Ports [305]
Philip Papillon
William Ashburnham 12 May 1705 Hastings [306]
John Pulteney
Sir Philip Boteler 12 May 1705 Hythe [307]
John Boteler
John Brewer 15 May 1705 New Romney As Receiver-General of Prizes, disqualified under the Regency Act on 18 November 1707. [308][309]
Walter Whitfield [308]
John Brewer 28 November 1707 (re-elected)
Edward Southwell 14 May 1705 Rye [310]
Philip Herbert As a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded Seamen and for the Exchange of Prisoners, disqualified under the Regency Act on 18 November 1707. [310][311]
Phillips Gybbon 2 December 1707 (vice Herbert) [310]
Sir Henry Furnese 10 May 1705 Sandwich [312]
Josiah Burchett Appointed secretary to the Marines in February 1708. [312][313]
2 March 1708 (re-elected)
Sir William Thomas 10 May 1705 Seaford Died on 18 November 1706. [314][315]
William Lowndes [314]
George Naylor 12 December 1706 (vice Thomas)
George Dodington 12 May 1705 Winchelsea [316]
James Hayes
The Viscount Bulkeley 29 May 1705 Anglesey Anglesey [317]
Henry Bertie 21 May 1705 Beaumaris [318]
Sir Edward Williams 30 May 1705 Breconshire Brecon [319]
Sir Jeffrey Jeffreys 12 May 1705 Brecon [320]
John Pugh 6 June 1705 Cardiganshire Cardigan [321]
Lewis Pryse 22 May 1705 Cardigan [322]
Griffith Rice 17 May 1705 Carmarthenshire Carmarthen [323]
Richard Vaughan 21 May 1705 Carmarthen [324]
Sir John Wynn 6 June 1705 Carnarvonshire Carnarvon [325]
Thomas Bulkeley 24 May 1705 Carnarvon [326]
Sir Richard Myddelton 19 May 1705 Denbighshire Denbigh [327]
William Robinson 18 May 1705 Denbigh [328]
Sir John Conway 23 May 1705 Flintshire Flint [329]
Sir Roger Mostyn 29 May 1705 Flint [330]
Thomas Mansel
(succeeded as baronet 17 November 1706)
30 May 1705 Glamorganshire Glamorgan [331][332]
Thomas Mansel 30 May 1705 Cardiff Died on 7 January 1706. [333][334]
Sir John Aubrey 1 February 1706 (vice Mansel) [333]
Richard Vaughan 22 May 1705 Merionethshire Merioneth [335]
Edward Vaughan 22 May 1705 Montgomeryshire Montgomery [336]
Charles Mason 18 May 1705 Montgomery [337]
Wirriot Owen 5 June 1705 Pembrokeshire Pembroke [338]
John Laugharne 29 May 1705 Haverfordwest [339]
John Meyrick 21 May 1705 Pembroke [340]
Thomas Harley 21 May 1705 Radnorshire Radnor [341]
Robert Harley 21 May 1705 New Radnor [342]

Scottish members from 1707[edit]

William Nisbet 2 September 1702[n 2] Haddingtonshire Haddington [343][344]
John Cockburn 1 June 1703[n 2] [343][345]
Sir John Swinton 22 October 1702[n 2] Berwickshire Berwick [346][347]
Sir William Kerr 6 October 1702[n 2] Roxburghshire Roxburgh [348][349]
Archibald Douglas [348][350]
William Bennet [348][351]
John Murray 8 October 1702[n 2] Selkirkshire Selkirk [348][352]
John Pringle 18 May 1703[n 2] [353][354]
William Morison 29 September 1702[n 2] Peeblesshire Peebles [348][355]
George Baillie 24 September 1702[n 2] Lanarkshire Lanark [343][356]
Sir John Johnstone 6 October 1702[n 2] Dumfriesshire Dumfries [357][358]
John Stewart 28 October 1702[n 2] Wigtownshire Wigtown [353][359]
Francis Montgomerie 6 October 1702[n 2] Ayrshire Ayr [346][360]
William Dalrymple [346][361]
Sir Robert Pollock 29 September 1702[n 2] Renfrewshire Renfrew [348][362]
John Haldane 6 October 1702[n 2] Perthshire Perth [348][363]
Mungo Graham [348][364]
Sir Thomas Burnett 2 October 1702[n 2] Kincardineshire Kincardine [343][365]
Sir David Ramsay 19 June 1705[n 2] [343][366]
William Seton 6 October 1702[n 2] Aberdeenshire Aberdeen [346][367]
Alexander Grant 6 October 1702[n 2] Inverness-shire Inverness [343][368]
Hugh Rose 13 October 1702[n 2] Nairnshire Nairn [348][369]
Sir Kenneth Mackenzie 30 September 1702[n 2] Cromartyshire Cromarty [357][370]
John Campbell 29 October 1702[n 2] Argyllshire Argyll [346][371]
Sir James Campbell [346][372]
James Campbell [346][373]
James Halyburton 22 September 1702[n 2] Forfarshire Forfar [343][374]
Alexander Abercromby 25 June 1706[n 2] Banffshire Banff [346][375]
Sir Alexander Douglas 29 September 1702[n 2] Orkney Orkney [348][376]
John Bruce 1 October 1702[n 2] Kinross-shire Kinross [343][377]
Sir Patrick Johnstone 11 September 1702[n 2] Edinburgh Edinburgh [357][378]
John Erskine 12 September 1702[n 2] Stirling Stirling [353][379]
Hugh Montgomerie 10 October 1702[n 2] Glasgow Lanark [348][380]
James Scott 4 November 1702[n 2] Montrose Forfar [343][381]
Sir John Erskine 26 September 1702[n 2] Burntisland Fife [357][382]
Patrick Moncreiff 18 June 1706[n 2] Kinghorn [343][383]
Sir Andrew Hume 14 September 1702[n 2] Kirkcudbright Kirkcudbright [343][384]
Sir Peter Halkett 19 May 1705[n 2] Dunfermline Fife [343][385]
Sir James Smollett 6 October 1702[n 2] Dumbarton Dumbarton [357][386]
Sir David Dalrymple 18 September 1702[n 2] Culross Perth [348][387]
John Clerk 24 October 1702[n 2] Whithorn Wigtown [348][388]
Patrick Ogilvy 9 October 1702[n 2] Cullen Banff [346][389]
Sir George Allardice 21 September 1702[n 2] Kintore Aberdeen [346][390]
Daniel Campbell 16 October 1702[n 2] Inveraray Argyll [346][391]
Alexander Maitland 24 September 1702[n 2] Inverbervie Kincardine [343][392]
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Date previous election overturned on petition.
  2. ^ 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 aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am Date of election to the Parliament of Scotland. The Scottish members took their seats at Westminster in November 1707.[3]

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ Stuart Handley, Berkshire in The History of Parliament.
  8. ^ Stuart Handley, Abingdon in The History of Parliament.
  9. ^ a b c Stuart Handley, Reading in The History of Parliament.
  10. ^ Stuart Handley, VACHELL, Tanfield (1668-1705), of Coley, Reading, Berks. in The History of Parliament.
  11. ^ Stuart Handley, Wallingford in The History of Parliament.
  12. ^ Stuart Handley, New Windsor in The History of Parliament.
  13. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Buckinghamshire in The History of Parliament.
  14. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, DORMER, Robert (1650-1726), of Lee Grange, Bucks. and Lincoln’s Inn Fields in The History of Parliament.
  15. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Amersham in The History of Parliament.
  16. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, CHEYNE, Hon. William (1657-1728), of Chesham Bois, Bucks. in The History of Parliament.
  17. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Aylesbury in The History of Parliament.
  18. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Buckingham in The History of Parliament.
  19. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Chipping Wycombe in The History of Parliament.
  20. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, DORMER, Fleetwood (1657-1723), of Lincoln’s Inn and Chipping Wycombe, Bucks. in The History of Parliament.
  21. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Great Marlow in The History of Parliament.
  22. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Wendover in The History of Parliament.
  23. ^ a b c D. W. Hayton, Cambridgeshire in The History of Parliament.
  24. ^ D. W. Hayton, BROMLEY, John I (c.1652-1707), of White River, St. Philip’s, Barbados, and Horseheath Hall, Cambs. in The History of Parliament.
  25. ^ D. W. Hayton, Cambridge University in The History of Parliament.
  26. ^ D. W. Hayton, Cambridge in The History of Parliament.
  27. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Cheshire in The History of Parliament.
  28. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Chester in The History of Parliament.
  29. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Cornwall in The History of Parliament.
  30. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Bodmin in The History of Parliament.
  31. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, HOBLYN, John (c.1660-1706), of the Middle Temple and Bradridge, Cornw. in The History of Parliament.
  32. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, ROBARTES, Hon. Francis (1650-1718), of Truro, Cornw. and Twickenham, Mdx. in The History of Parliament.
  33. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Bossiney in The History of Parliament.
  34. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Callington in The History of Parliament.
  35. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Camelford in The History of Parliament.
  36. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, POLE, William (1678-1741), of Colcombe Castle, nr. Colyton, and Shute, nr. Honiton, Devon in The History of Parliament.
  37. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Fowey in The History of Parliament.
  38. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Grampound in The History of Parliament.
  39. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Helston in The History of Parliament.
  40. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, GODOLPHIN, Hon. Francis (1678-1766). in The History of Parliament.
  41. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Launceston in The History of Parliament.
  42. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Liskeard in The History of Parliament.
  43. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, DODSON, Thomas (c.1666-1707), of Hayee, St. Ives, nr. Liskeard, Cornw. in The History of Parliament.
  44. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, East Looe in The History of Parliament.
  45. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, West Looe in The History of Parliament.
  46. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, MOUNSTEPHEN (MOUNSTEVEN), John (1644-1706), of Westminster, and Lancarfe, Cornw. in The History of Parliament.
  47. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Lostwithiel in The History of Parliament.
  48. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Mitchell in The History of Parliament.
  49. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Newport in The History of Parliament.
  50. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, SPARK, John (c.1673-1707), of Plymouth, Devon in The History of Parliament.
  51. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Penryn in The History of Parliament.
  52. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, St. Germans in The History of Parliament.
  53. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, St. Ives in The History of Parliament.
  54. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, St. Mawes in The History of Parliament.
  55. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, TREDENHAM, Sir Joseph (c.1641-1707), of Tregonan, St. Ewe, Cornw. in The History of Parliament.
  56. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Saltash in The History of Parliament.
  57. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Tregony in The History of Parliament.
  58. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Stuart Handley, Truro in The History of Parliament.
  59. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Cumberland in The History of Parliament.
  60. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Carlisle in The History of Parliament.
  61. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Cockermouth in The History of Parliament.
  62. ^ Stuart Handley, Derbyshire in The History of Parliament.
  63. ^ a b Stuart Handley, Derby in The History of Parliament.
  64. ^ Stuart Handley, PARKER, Thomas (1667-1732), of Bridge Street, Derby, and Essex Street, London in The History of Parliament.
  65. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Devon in The History of Parliament.
  66. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Ashburton in The History of Parliament.
  67. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, YARDE, Gilbert (1673-1707), of Bradley and Sharpham, Devon in The History of Parliament.
  68. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Barnstaple in The History of Parliament.
  69. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks, Bere Alston in The History of Parliament.
  70. ^ Mark Knights, COWPER, William (1665-1723), of Hertford Castle and Colne Green, Hertingfordbury, Herts. and Ratling Court, Kent in The History of Parliament.
  71. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Dartmouth in The History of Parliament.
  72. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Exeter in The History of Parliament.
  73. ^ Mark Knights, SEYMOUR, Sir Edward, 4th Bt. (1633-1708), of Maiden Bradley, Wilts. and Berry Pomeroy, Devon in The History of Parliament.
  74. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Honiton in The History of Parliament.
  75. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Okehampton in The History of Parliament.
  76. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Andrew A. Hanham, Plymouth in The History of Parliament.
  77. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Plympton Erle in The History of Parliament.
  78. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Tavistock in The History of Parliament.
  79. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Tiverton in The History of Parliament.
  80. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Totnes in The History of Parliament.
  81. ^ Paula Watson, Dorset in The History of Parliament.
  82. ^ Paula Watson, Bridport in The History of Parliament.
  83. ^ Paula Watson, Corfe Castle in The History of Parliament.
  84. ^ Paula Watson, Dorchester in The History of Parliament.
  85. ^ Paula Watson, Lyme Regis in The History of Parliament.
  86. ^ Paula Watson, Poole in The History of Parliament.
  87. ^ Paula Watson and David Wilkinson, Shaftesbury in The History of Parliament.
  88. ^ Paula Watson, Wareham in The History of Parliament.
  89. ^ Paula Watson, Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in The History of Parliament.
  90. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks, Durham County in The History of Parliament.
  91. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, BOWES, Sir William (1657-1707), of Streatlam Castle, co. Dur. in The History of Parliament.
  92. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, Durham City in The History of Parliament.
  93. ^ a b M.J.K., Essex in The History of Parliament.
  94. ^ Mark Knights, HOWARD, Henry, Lord Walden (1670-1718). in The History of Parliament.
  95. ^ a b c M.J.K., Colchester in The History of Parliament.
  96. ^ M.J.K., BULLOCK, Edward (1663-1705), of Faulkbourne Hall, Faulkbourne, Essex in The History of Parliament.
  97. ^ M.J.K., Harwich in The History of Parliament.
  98. ^ M.J.K., Maldon in The History of Parliament.
  99. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Gloucestershire in The History of Parliament.
  100. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Bristol in The History of Parliament.
  101. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Cirencester in The History of Parliament.
  102. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Gloucester in The History of Parliament.
  103. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Tewkesbury in The History of Parliament.
  104. ^ D. W. Hayton, Herefordshire in The History of Parliament.
  105. ^ D. W. Hayton, Hereford in The History of Parliament.
  106. ^ D. W. Hayton, Leominster in The History of Parliament.
  107. ^ D. W. Hayton, Weobley in The History of Parliament.
  108. ^ M.J.K., Hertfordshire in The History of Parliament.
  109. ^ a b M.J.K., Hertford in The History of Parliament.
  110. ^ Mark Knights, CLARKE, Thomas (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts. in The History of Parliament.
  111. ^ M.J.K., St. Albans in The History of Parliament.
  112. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Huntingdonshire in The History of Parliament.
  113. ^ D. W. Hayton, DRYDEN, John (c.1641-1708), of Chesterton, Hunts. in The History of Parliament.
  114. ^ D. W. Hayton, Huntingdon in The History of Parliament.
  115. ^ Stuart Handley, Kent in The History of Parliament.
  116. ^ Stuart Handley, Canterbury in The History of Parliament.
  117. ^ Stuart Handley, Maidstone in The History of Parliament.
  118. ^ Stuart Handley, Queenborough in The History of Parliament.
  119. ^ a b Stuart Handley, Rochester in The History of Parliament.
  120. ^ Stuart Handley, SHOVELL, Sir Clowdesley (1650-1707), of Soho Square, London and May Place, Crayford, Kent in The History of Parliament.
  121. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Lancashire in The History of Parliament.
  122. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Clitheroe in The History of Parliament.
  123. ^ Paula Watson and Richard Harrison, STRINGER, Thomas (1660-1706), of Gray’s Inn, Mdx. in The History of Parliament.
  124. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Lancaster in The History of Parliament.
  125. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Liverpool in The History of Parliament.
  126. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, JOHNSON, Thomas (1664-1728), of Water Street, Liverpool in The History of Parliament.
  127. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Newton in The History of Parliament.
  128. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Preston in The History of Parliament.
  129. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, RIGBY, Edward (c.1653-1706), of Preston, Lancs. and Gray’s Inn in The History of Parliament.
  130. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Wigan in The History of Parliament.
  131. ^ a b Andrew A. Hanham, Leicestershire in The History of Parliament.
  132. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, VERNEY, John (c.1652-1707), of Allexton, Leics. in The History of Parliament.
  133. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Leicester in The History of Parliament.
  134. ^ Paula Watson and Perry Gauci, Lincolnshire in The History of Parliament.
  135. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Boston in The History of Parliament.
  136. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Grantham in The History of Parliament.
  137. ^ Paula Watson and Perry Gauci, Great Grimsby in The History of Parliament.
  138. ^ Paula Watson and Perry Gauci, Lincoln in The History of Parliament.
  139. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Stamford in The History of Parliament.
  140. ^ Perry Gauci, Middlesex in The History of Parliament.
  141. ^ a b Perry Gauci, London in The History of Parliament.
  142. ^ Perry Gauci, CLAYTON, Sir Robert (1629-1707), of Old Jewry, London and Marden Park, Godstone, Surr. in The History of Parliament.
  143. ^ a b Perry Gauci, Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  144. ^ D. W. Hayton, BOYLE, Hon. Henry (1669-1725), of Carleton House, Pall Mall, Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  145. ^ D. W. Hayton, Monmouthshire in The History of Parliament.
  146. ^ D. W. Hayton, Monmouth in The History of Parliament.
  147. ^ D. W. Hayton, Norfolk in The History of Parliament.
  148. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Castle Rising in The History of Parliament.
  149. ^ D. W. Hayton, FEILDING, Hon. William (1669-1723), of Ashtead, Surr. and Duke Street, Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  150. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, King's Lynn in The History of Parliament.
  151. ^ D. W. Hayton, WALPOLE, Robert II (1676-1745), of Houghton, Norf. in The History of Parliament.
  152. ^ D. W. Hayton, Norwich in The History of Parliament.
  153. ^ D. W. Hayton, Thetford in The History of Parliament.
  154. ^ D. W. Hayton, Great Yarmouth in The History of Parliament.
  155. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Northamptonshire in The History of Parliament.
  156. ^ a b c Andrew A. Hanham, Brackley in The History of Parliament.
  157. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, SYDNEY, Hon. John (1680-1737), of Penshurst, Kent in The History of Parliament.
  158. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Higham Ferrers in The History of Parliament.
  159. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Northampton in The History of Parliament.
  160. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Peterborough in The History of Parliament.
  161. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Northumberland in The History of Parliament.
  162. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Berwick-upon-Tweed in The History of Parliament.
  163. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Morpeth in The History of Parliament.
  164. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Newcastle-upon-Tyne in The History of Parliament.
  165. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, BLACKETT, Sir William, 1st Bt. (1657-1705), of Greyfriars House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Wallington Hall, Northumb. in The History of Parliament.
  166. ^ Stuart Handley, Nottinghamshire in The History of Parliament.
  167. ^ Stuart Handley, Newark in The History of Parliament.
  168. ^ a b c Stuart Handley, Nottingham in The History of Parliament.
  169. ^ Stuart Handley, PIERREPONT, William (1669-1706), of Nottingham in The History of Parliament.
  170. ^ Stuart Handley, East Retford in The History of Parliament.
  171. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Oxfordshire in The History of Parliament.
  172. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Banbury in The History of Parliament.
  173. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Oxford University in The History of Parliament.
  174. ^ a b c Andrew A. Hanham, Oxford in The History of Parliament.
  175. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, NORREYS, Francis (c.1665-1706), of Weston-on-the-Green, Oxon. in The History of Parliament.
  176. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, New Woodstock in The History of Parliament.
  177. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Rutland in The History of Parliament.
  178. ^ D. W. Hayton, Shropshire in The History of Parliament.
  179. ^ D. W. Hayton, Bishop's Castle in The History of Parliament.
  180. ^ D. W. Hayton, Bridgnorth in The History of Parliament.
  181. ^ D. W. Hayton, Ludlow in The History of Parliament.
  182. ^ D. W. Hayton, Shrewsbury in The History of Parliament.
  183. ^ D. W. Hayton, Much Wenlock in The History of Parliament.
  184. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Somerset in The History of Parliament.
  185. ^ a b c Andrew A. Hanham, Bath in The History of Parliament.
  186. ^ D. W. Hayton, POPHAM, Alexander (c.1670-1705), of Littlecote Park, Littlecote, Wilts., and St. James’s Square, London in The History of Parliament.
  187. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Bridgwater in The History of Parliament.
  188. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Ilchester in The History of Parliament.
  189. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Milborne Port in The History of Parliament.
  190. ^ Paula Watson, Minehead in The History of Parliament.
  191. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Taunton in The History of Parliament.
  192. ^ Paula Watson and Andrew A. Hanham, Wells in The History of Parliament.
  193. ^ Paula Watson and Ivar McGrath, Hampshire in The History of Parliament.
  194. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Andover in The History of Parliament.
  195. ^ Paula Watson, Christchurch in The History of Parliament.
  196. ^ a b c Paula Watson, Lymington in The History of Parliament.
  197. ^ Paula Watson, DORE, Thomas (c.1658-1705), of Lymington, Hants. in The History of Parliament.
  198. ^ Paula Watson, BURRARD, Paul II (1678-1735), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants. in The History of Parliament.
  199. ^ a b Paula Watson, Newport I.o.W. in The History of Parliament.
  200. ^ Paula Watson, CUTTS, John, 1st Baron Cutts (c.1661-1707), of Childerley, Cambs. in The History of Parliament.
  201. ^ Paula Watson, Newtown I.o.W. in The History of Parliament.
  202. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Petersfield in The History of Parliament.
  203. ^ a b Paula Watson, Portsmouth in The History of Parliament.
  204. ^ Paula Watson, GIFFORD, William (c.1649-1724), of Portsmouth, Hants and Dover Street, Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  205. ^ Paula Watson and Ivar McGrath, Southampton in The History of Parliament.
  206. ^ Paula Watson and Ivar McGrath, Stockbridge in The History of Parliament.
  207. ^ a b c Paula Watson and Ivar McGrath, Whitchurch in The History of Parliament.
  208. ^ Paula Watson, SHRIMPTON, John (d. 1707), of Stoke Dry, Rutland in The History of Parliament.
  209. ^ Paula Watson and Ivar McGrath, Winchester in The History of Parliament.
  210. ^ Paula Watson, Yarmouth I.o.W. in The History of Parliament.
  211. ^ Stuart Handley, Staffordshire in The History of Parliament.
  212. ^ Stuart Handley, Lichfield in The History of Parliament.
  213. ^ Stuart Handley, Newcastle-under-Lyme in The History of Parliament.
  214. ^ Stuart Handley, Stafford in The History of Parliament.
  215. ^ Stuart Handley, Tamworth in The History of Parliament.
  216. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Suffolk in The History of Parliament.
  217. ^ D. W. Hayton, TOLLEMACHE, Lionel, 3rd Earl of Dysart (1649-1727), of Helmingham, Suff. in The History of Parliament.
  218. ^ D. W. Hayton, Aldeburgh in The History of Parliament.
  219. ^ D. W. Hayton, Bury St. Edmunds in The History of Parliament.
  220. ^ D. W. Hayton, Dunwich in The History of Parliament.
  221. ^ D. W. Hayton, Eye in The History of Parliament.
  222. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Ipswich in The History of Parliament.
  223. ^ D. W. Hayton, POLEY, Henry (1654-1707), of Badley, Suff. and Lincoln’s Inn, London in The History of Parliament.
  224. ^ D. W. Hayton, Orford in The History of Parliament.
  225. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Sudbury in The History of Parliament.
  226. ^ D. W. Hayton, ELWES, Sir Gervase, 1st Bt. (1628-1706), of Stoke College, Stoke by Clare, Suff. in The History of Parliament.
  227. ^ Perry Gauci, Surrey in The History of Parliament.
  228. ^ Perry Gauci, bletchingley in The History of Parliament.
  229. ^ a b Perry Gauci, Gatton in The History of Parliament.
  230. ^ Perry Gauci, NEWLAND, George (c.1646-1714), of Smithfield and Salisbury Court, Fleet Street, London in The History of Parliament.
  231. ^ Perry Gauci, Guildford in The History of Parliament.
  232. ^ Perry Gauci, Haslemere in The History of Parliament.
  233. ^ a b c Perry Gauci, Reigate in The History of Parliament.
  234. ^ Perry Gauci, HERVEY, Stephen (1655-1707), of East Betchworth, Surr. and Brick Court, Middle Temple in The History of Parliament.
  235. ^ Perry Gauci, Southwark in The History of Parliament.
  236. ^ Paula Watson, Sussex in The History of Parliament.
  237. ^ Paula Watson, Arundel in The History of Parliament.
  238. ^ a b Paula Watson, Bramber in The History of Parliament.
  239. ^ Paula Watson, ASGILL, John (1659-1738), of London in The History of Parliament.
  240. ^ a b Paula Watson, Chichester in The History of Parliament.
  241. ^ Paula Watson, ELSON, William I (1673-1705), of Oving, nr. Chichester, Suss. in The History of Parliament.
  242. ^ Paula Watson, East Grinstead in The History of Parliament.
  243. ^ a b c Paula Watson, Horsham in The History of Parliament.
  244. ^ Mark Knights, COWPER, Henry (1668-1707), of Strood Park, Slinfold, Suss. in The History of Parliament.
  245. ^ Paula Watson, Lewes in The History of Parliament.
  246. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, Midhurst in The History of Parliament.
  247. ^ Paula Watson and Sonya Wynne, New Shoreham in The History of Parliament.
  248. ^ Paula Watson, Steyning in The History of Parliament.
  249. ^ a b c Andrew A. Hanham, Warwickshire in The History of Parliament.
  250. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, SHUCKBURGH, Sir Charles, 2nd Bt. (1659-1705), of Shuckburgh Hall, Warws. in The History of Parliament.
  251. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Coventry in The History of Parliament.
  252. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Warwick in The History of Parliament.
  253. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Westmorland in The History of Parliament.
  254. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, GRAHME, Henry (aft.1676-1707). in The History of Parliament.
  255. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Appleby in The History of Parliament.
  256. ^ D. W. Hayton, Wiltshire in The History of Parliament.
  257. ^ a b c D. W. Hayton, Great Bedwyn in The History of Parliament.
  258. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks, POLLEXFEN, Nicholas (1678-1715), of St. Stephen Walbrook, London in The History of Parliament.
  259. ^ D. W. Hayton, Calne in The History of Parliament.
  260. ^ a b c D. W. Hayton, Chippenham in The History of Parliament.
  261. ^ D. W. Hayton and Henry Lancaster, WHITE, Walter (1667-1705), of the Manor House, Grittleton, Wilts. in The History of Parliament.
  262. ^ D. W. Hayton, Cricklade in The History of Parliament.
  263. ^ a b c D. W. Hayton, Devizes in The History of Parliament.
  264. ^ Ivar McGrath, METHUEN, John (c.1649-1706), of Bradford and Bishops Cannings, Wilts. in The History of Parliament.
  265. ^ D. W. Hayton, Downton in The History of Parliament.
  266. ^ D. W. Hayton, Heytesbury in The History of Parliament.
  267. ^ D. W. Hayton, Hindon in The History of Parliament.
  268. ^ D. W. Hayton, Ludgershall in The History of Parliament.
  269. ^ D. W. Hayton, Malmesbury in The History of Parliament.
  270. ^ D. W. Hayton, Marlborough in The History of Parliament.
  271. ^ D. W. Hayton, Old Sarum in The History of Parliament.
  272. ^ D. W. Hayton, Salisbury in The History of Parliament.
  273. ^ D. W. Hayton, Westbury in The History of Parliament.
  274. ^ D. W. Hayton, Wilton in The History of Parliament.
  275. ^ a b c D. W. Hayton, Wootton Bassett in The History of Parliament.
  276. ^ D. W. Hayton, PLEYDELL, John Morton (1682-1706), of Milborne St. Andrew, Dorset in The History of Parliament.
  277. ^ a b c Stuart Handley, Worcestershire in The History of Parliament.
  278. ^ Stuart Handley, BROMLEY, William I (1656-1707), of Holt Castle, Worcs. in The History of Parliament.
  279. ^ Stuart Handley, Bewdley in The History of Parliament.
  280. ^ Stuart Handley, Droitwich in The History of Parliament.
  281. ^ Stuart Handley, Evesham in The History of Parliament.
  282. ^ Stuart Handley, Worcester in The History of Parliament.
  283. ^ a b c d Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Yorkshire in The History of Parliament.
  284. ^ Stuart Handley, CAVENDISH, William, Mq. of Hartington (1672-1729). in The History of Parliament.
  285. ^ Richard Harrison, KAYE, Sir John (c.1641-1706), of Woodsome, Yorks. in The History of Parliament.
  286. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, FAIRFAX, Thomas, 5th Ld. Fairfax of Cameron (1657-1710), of Denton and Cookbridge Hall, Yorks. in The History of Parliament.
  287. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Aldborough in The History of Parliament.
  288. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, JESSOP, William (c.1665-1734), of Broomhall, Yorks. in The History of Parliament.
  289. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Beverley in The History of Parliament.
  290. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Boroughbridge in The History of Parliament.
  291. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Hedon in The History of Parliament.
  292. ^ Paula Watson and Perry Gauci, DUNCOMBE, Anthony (aft.1650-1708), of Barford, Wilts. in The History of Parliament.
  293. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Kingston-upon-Hull in The History of Parliament.
  294. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Knaresborough in The History of Parliament.
  295. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Malton in The History of Parliament.
  296. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Northallerton in The History of Parliament.
  297. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Richard Harrison, Pontefract in The History of Parliament.
  298. ^ a b c Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Richmond in The History of Parliament.
  299. ^ D. W. Hayton, DUNCH, Wharton (by 1679-1705), of Pusey, Berks. in The History of Parliament.
  300. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Ripon in The History of Parliament.
  301. ^ a b Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Scarborough in The History of Parliament.
  302. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, SQUIRE, Robert (c.1648-1707), of the Treasurer’s House, the Close, York in The History of Parliament.
  303. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, Thirsk in The History of Parliament.
  304. ^ Eveline Cruickshanks and Ivar McGrath, York in The History of Parliament.
  305. ^ Stuart Handley, Dover in The History of Parliament.
  306. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Hastings in The History of Parliament.
  307. ^ Sonya Wynne, Hythe in The History of Parliament.
  308. ^ a b Stuart Handley, New Romney in The History of Parliament.
  309. ^ Stuart Handley, BREWER, John (1654-1724), of Gray’s Inn, and West Farleigh, Kent in The History of Parliament.
  310. ^ a b c Andrew A. Hanham, Rye in The History of Parliament.
  311. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, HERBERT, Philip (c.1665-1716), of Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  312. ^ a b Stuart Handley, Sandwich in The History of Parliament.
  313. ^ Stuart Handley, BURCHETT, Josiah (c.1666-1746), of St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, Mdx. in The History of Parliament.
  314. ^ a b Andrew A. Hanham, Seaford in The History of Parliament.
  315. ^ Paula Watson, THOMAS, Sir William, 1st Bt. (1641-1706), of Folkington, Suss. in The History of Parliament.
  316. ^ Andrew A. Hanham, Winchelsea in The History of Parliament.
  317. ^ D. W. Hayton, Anglesey in The History of Parliament.
  318. ^ D. W. Hayton, Beaumaris in The History of Parliament.
  319. ^ D. W. Hayton, Breconshire in The History of Parliament.
  320. ^ D. W. Hayton, Brecon in The History of Parliament.
  321. ^ D. W. Hayton, Cardiganshire in The History of Parliament.
  322. ^ D. W. Hayton, Cardigan Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  323. ^ D. W. Hayton, Carmarthenshire in The History of Parliament.
  324. ^ D. W. Hayton, Carmarthen in The History of Parliament.
  325. ^ D. W. Hayton, Caernarvonshire in The History of Parliament.
  326. ^ D. W. Hayton, Caernarvon Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  327. ^ D. W. Hayton, Denbighshire in The History of Parliament.
  328. ^ D. W. Hayton, Denbigh Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  329. ^ D. W. Hayton, Flintshire in The History of Parliament.
  330. ^ D. W. Hayton, Flint Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  331. ^ D. W. Hayton, Glamorgan in The History of Parliament.
  332. ^ D. W. Hayton, MANSEL, Thomas I (1667-1723), of Penrice Castle, Gower, Glam.; Margam Abbey, Glam.; and Soho Square, Westminster in The History of Parliament.
  333. ^ a b D. W. Hayton, Cardiff Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  334. ^ D. W. Hayton, MANSEL, Thomas II (1678-1706), of Briton Ferry, Glam. in The History of Parliament.
  335. ^ D. W. Hayton, Merioneth in The History of Parliament.
  336. ^ D. W. Hayton, Montgomeryshire in The History of Parliament.
  337. ^ D. W. Hayton, Montgomery Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  338. ^ D. W. Hayton, Pembrokeshire in The History of Parliament.
  339. ^ D. W. Hayton, Haverfordwest in The History of Parliament.
  340. ^ D. W. Hayton, Pembroke Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  341. ^ D. W. Hayton, Radnorshire in The History of Parliament.
  342. ^ D. W. Hayton, New Radnor Boroughs in The History of Parliament.
  343. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Return of Members of Parliament, Part II, page 600.
  344. ^ David Wilkinson, NISBET (NESBIT), William (c.1666-1724), of Dirleton, Haddington. in The History of Parliament.
  345. ^ David Wilkinson, COCKBURN, John (c.1679-1758), of Ormiston, Haddington. in The History of Parliament.
  346. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Return of Members of Parliament, Part II, page 598.
  347. ^ David Wilkinson, SWINTON, Sir John (bef. 1662-1723), of Swinton, Berwicks. in The History of Parliament.
  348. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Return of Members of Parliament, Part II, page 601.
  349. ^ David Wilkinson, KERR, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d. 1716), of Greenhead, Roxburgh. in The History of Parliament.
  350. ^ David Wilkinson, DOUGLAS, Archibald (c.1667-1741), of Cavers, Roxburgh. in The History of Parliament.
  351. ^ David Wilkinson, BENNET, William (d. 1729), of Grubbet, Roxburgh. in The History of Parliament.
  352. ^ D. W. Hayton, MURRAY, John (c.1667-1714), of Bowhill, Selkirk. in The History of Parliament.
  353. ^ a b c Return of Members of Parliament, Part II, page 602.
  354. ^ David Wilkinson, PRINGLE, John (c.1674-1754), of The Haining, Selkirk. in The History of Parliament.
  355. ^ David Wilkinson, MORISON, William (1663-1739), of Prestongrange, Haddington. in The History of Parliament.
  356. ^ David Wilkinson, BAILLIE, George (1664-1738), of Jerviswood, Lanark. and Mellerstain, Berwicks. in The History of Parliament.
  357. ^ a b c d e Return of Members of Parliament, Part II, page 599.
  358. ^ David Wilkinson, JOHNSTONE, Sir John, 1st Bt. (d. 1711), of Westerhall (Westraw), Dumfries. in The History of Parliament.
  359. ^ David Wilkinson, STEWART, Hon. John (aft.1670-1748), of Sorbie, Wigtown. in The History of Parliament.
  360. ^ D. W. Hayton, MONTGOMERIE, Hon. Francis (d. by 1729), of Giffen, Ayr. in The History of Parliament.
  361. ^ D. W. Hayton, DALRYMPLE, Hon. William (1678-1744), of Glenmuir, Ayr. in The History of Parliament.
  362. ^ D. W. Hayton, POLLOCK, Sir Robert, 1st Bt. (c.1665-1735), of Pollock, Renfrew. in The History of Parliament.
  363. ^ D. W. Hayton, HALDANE, John (1660-1721), of Gleneagles, Perth. in The History of Parliament.
  364. ^ D. W. Hayton, GRAHAM (GRAEME), Mungo (1670-1754), of Gorthy, Perth. in The History of Parliament.
  365. ^ D. W. Hayton, BURNETT, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (aft.1656-1714), of Crathes Castle and Leys, Kincardine. in The History of Parliament.
  366. ^ D. W. Hayton, RAMSAY, Sir David, 4th Bt. (aft.1673-1710), of Balmain, Kincardine. in The History of Parliament.
  367. ^ D. W. Hayton, SETON, William (1673-1744), of Pitmedden House, Pitmedden, Aberdeen. in The History of Parliament.
  368. ^ D. W. Hayton, GRANT, Alexander (aft.1673-1719), of Castle Grant, Elgin. in The History of Parliament.
  369. ^ D. W. Hayton, ROSE, Hugh I (1663-1732), of Kilravock, Nairn. in The History of Parliament.
  370. ^ D. W. Hayton, MACKENZIE, Hon. Sir Kenneth, 3rd Bt. (c.1658-1728), of Cromarty. in The History of Parliament.
  371. ^ D. W. Hayton, CAMPBELL, Hon. John (c.1660-1729), of Mamore, Dunbarton. in The History of Parliament.
  372. ^ D. W. Hayton, CAMPBELL, Sir James, 5th Bt. (c.1679-1756), of Auchinbreck, Argyll. in The History of Parliament.
  373. ^ D. W. Hayton, CAMPBELL, James (c.1666-1752), of Ardkinglas, Argyll. in The History of Parliament.
  374. ^ D. W. Hayton, HALYBURTON (HALIBURTON), James (d. by 1755), of Pitcur, Kettins, Forfar. in The History of Parliament.
  375. ^ D. W. Hayton, ABERCROMBY, Alexander (1678-1729), of Glassaugh, Fordyce, Banff. in The History of Parliament.
  376. ^ David Wilkinson, DOUGLAS, Sir Alexander (d. 1718), of Egilsay, Orkney in The History of Parliament.
  377. ^ D. W. Hayton, BRUCE, John (d. 1711), of Kinross House, Kinross. in The History of Parliament.
  378. ^ David Wilkinson, JOHNSTONE, Sir Patrick (d. 1736), of Edinburgh in The History of Parliament.
  379. ^ D. W. Hayton, ERSKINE, John (1660-1733), of the Sand Haven, Culross, Fife. in The History of Parliament.
  380. ^ D. W. Hayton, MONTGOMERIE, Hugh (c.1663-1735), of Busbie, Ayr. and Hartfield, Dunbarton. in The History of Parliament.
  381. ^ D. W. Hayton, SCOTT, James I (1671-1732), of Logie and Castlested, Montrose, Forfar. in The History of Parliament.
  382. ^ D. W. Hayton, ERSKINE (ARESKINE), Sir John, 3rd Bt. (1672-1739), of Alva, Stirling (now in Clackmannan) in The History of Parliament.
  383. ^ D. W. Hayton, MONCREIFF, Patrick (c.1674-1709), of Reidie and Myres Castle, Fife. in The History of Parliament.
  384. ^ David Wilkinson, HUME, Hon. Sir Andrew (1676-1730), of Kimmerghame, Berwick. in The History of Parliament.
  385. ^ David Wilkinson, HALKETT, Sir Peter, 1st Bt. (c.1660-1746), of Gosford, Haddington and Pitfirrane, Fife. in The History of Parliament.
  386. ^ David Wilkinson, SMOLLETT, Sir James (c.1648-1731), of Stainflett and Bonhill, Dunbarton; and Edinburgh in The History of Parliament.
  387. ^ David Wilkinson, DALRYMPLE, Hon. Sir David, 1st Bt. (c.1665-1721), of Hailes, Haddington. in The History of Parliament.
  388. ^ D. W. Hayton, CLERK, John (1676-1755), of Penicuik, Midlothian. in The History of Parliament.
  389. ^ David Wilkinson, OGILVY, Hon. Patrick (1665-1737), of Cairnbulg and Loanmay, Aberdeen and Inchmartine, Perth. in The History of Parliament.
  390. ^ David Wilkinson, ALLARDICE (ALLERDYCE), Sir George (1672-1709), of Allardice, Kincardine. in The History of Parliament.
  391. ^ D. W. Hayton, CAMPBELL, Daniel (c.1672-1753), of Saltmarket, Glasgow; Shawfield, Lanark; and Ardentinny, Argyll. in The History of Parliament.
  392. ^ David Wilkinson, MAITLAND, alias ARBUTHNOTT, Hon. Alexander (d. 1721), of Pittrichie, Aberdeen. in The History of Parliament.