New Galloway was a royal burgh that elected one Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland before 1707.
New Galloway in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright was made a royal burgh by charter of Charles I in 1630, and this was confirmed by Act of Parliament in 1633.
- 1633-1644: Robert Gordon of Knockbrex
- 1661-1674: Robert Dickson of Bughtrig
- 1685-1686: Robert Alexander
- 1689-1690: James Gordon of Craichlaw
- 1690-1702: Hugh Dalrymple of North Berwick
- 1703-1707: George Home of Whitfield
Act of Union
After the Act of Union 1707, New Galloway became part of the Wigtown district of burghs electing one Member to the Parliament of Great Britain.
Joseph Foster, Members of Parliament, Scotland (London and Aylesbury, 1882)