Richard Hopkins (died 1799)

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Richard Hopkins (?1728-99), of Oving, Buckinghamshire, was an English politician.

He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Dartmouth in 7 February 1766 - 1780 and 1784 - 1790; for Thetford 1780 - 1784; for Queenborough 1790 - 1796; and for Harwich 1796 - 19 March 1799.[1]

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
John Jeffreys
Hon. Richard Howe
Member of Parliament for Dartford
1766 – 1780
With: Hon. Richard Howe
Succeeded by
Hon. Richard Howe
Arthur Holdsworth
Preceded by
Hon. Charles FitzRoy
Charles FitzRoy-Scudamore
Member of Parliament for Thetford
17801784
With: Charles FitzRoy-Scudamore to 1782
Earl of Euston 1782–84
Succeeded by
George Jennings
Sir Charles Kent, Bt
Preceded by
George Bowyer
John Clater Aldridge
Member of Parliament for Queenborough
17841796
With: Gibbs Crawfurd 1790–93
Augustus Rogers 1793–94
John Sargent
Succeeded by
John Sargent
Evan Nepean
Preceded by
Thomas Orde
John Robinson
Member of Parliament for Harwich
1796 – 1799
With: John Robinson
Succeeded by
Henry Dillon-Lee
John Robinson