Thomas Ellis (Irish politician)

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Thomas Ellis (c. 1774–1832) was a Tory UK Member of Parliament representing Dublin City in 1820–1826.

In a by-election on 30 June 1820 Ellis replaced the deceased former Whig MP the Right Honourable Henry Grattan. The Whig candidate defeated in the by-election was the great orators son also called Henry Grattan. Ellis retained the seat until he retired, at the dissolution of Parliament, in 1826.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Henry Grattan
Sir Robert Shaw, Bt
Member of Parliament for Dublin City
18201826
With: Sir Robert Shaw, Bt
Succeeded by
Henry Grattan
George Moore