North Lincolnshire, formally known as the Northern Division of Lincolnshire or as Parts of Lindsey, was a county constituency in the Lindsey district of Lincolnshire. It returned two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The constituency was created by the Reform Act 1832 for the 1832 general election, and abolished by the Redistribution of Seats Act 1885 for the 1885 general election. It was then split into six new single-seat constituencies: Brigg, Gainsborough, Horncastle, Louth, Sleaford, Spalding and Stamford
1832-1868: The Parts of Lindsey.
1868-1885: The Wapentakes, Hundreds, or Sokes of Manley, Yarborough, Bradley Haverstoe, Ludborough, Walshcroft, Aslacoe, Corringham, Louth Eske, and Calceworth, so much as lies within Louth Eske.
Members of Parliament
Elections in the 1840s
Anderson-Pelham succeeded to the peerage, becoming 2nd Earl of Yarborough and causing a by-election.
Elections in the 1850s
Christopher was appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, requiring a by-election.
Elections in the 1860s
Elections in the 1870s
Winn was appointed a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, requiring a by-election.
Elections in the 1880s
Laycock's death caused a by-election.
Winn was elevated to the peerage, becoming Lord St Oswald, causing a by-election.
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