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Castle-Rising. John Chet. Talbot; made a lord commissioner of trade and plantations, a new writ ordered, December 20, 1781, he was re-elected; succeeded bis uncle as baron Talbot, a new writ ordered, June 1781.-Sir James Erskine; a major of dragoous, now earl of Rosslyn.--Robert Macreth.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Lucy Knightley.--Thomas Powys.

Peterborough. James Phipps.---Richard

Benyon. Northampton. G. Aug. lord viscount Althorpe; only son of earl Spencer; made a commissioner of the treasury; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782, be was re-elected; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Bucks; a new writ ordered, April 10, 1782, he was chosen for the county of Surrey.-Charles, lord Lucan; of the kingdom of Ireland; father-in-law to viscount Althorpe.---George Rodney; eldest son of sir George Bridges Rodney, bart.; an officer in the foot guards. Brackley. John Wm. Egerton; eldest son of the bishop of Durham; a lieutenant-colonel of dragoons.---Timothy Caswell.

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1781.--Thomas, earl of Lincoln; eldest son of the duke of Newcastle; a lientenant-colonel in the army; made aidede-camp to the king; made colonel of ■ regiment of light dragoons.--Wharton Amcotts.

Newark. Lord George Sutton; uncle to the duke of Rutland; died, a new writ ordered, January 21, 1788.--J. Manners Sutton; son of the deceased member; has a company in the foot guards. --Sir Henry Clinton.

OXFORDSHIRE. Philip lord viscount Wenman. --Lord Charles Spencer; appointed one of the vice-treasurers of Ireland; a new writ ordered, December 6, 1782, be was re-elected.

Oxford University. Sir Roger Newdigate. --Francis Page.

Oxford. Peregrine Bertie.--Lord Robert Spencer; made one of the vice-treasurers of Ireland; a new writ ordered, May 24, 1782, he was re-elected. Woodstock. George viscount Parker.-William Eden; made secretary to the lord lieutenant of Ireland; in 1780 made one of the vice-treasurers of Ireland; a new writ ordered, April 4, 1783, he was re-elected, and sworn a member of the privy council.

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majesty's principal secretaries of state; made storekeeper to the ordnance; a new writ ordered, April 3, 1783, he was re-elected.

SOMERSETSHIRE. Sir John Trevelyan.--RichardHipesley Coxe.

Bristol. Sir Henry Lippincott; died, a new writ ordered, January 1781.--Geo. Daubeney.--Matthew Brickdale.

Bath. Abel Moysey; made a Welsh judge; a new writ ordered, November 20, 1777, he was re-elected.--John Jeffries Pratt; only son of lord Camden; a teller of the Exchequer; made a commissioner of the admiralty; a new writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was reelected; again made a commissioner of the admiralty; a new writ ordered, December 24, 1783, he was re-elected. Wells. Robert Child; died; the Speaker issued bis warrant to the clerk of the crown to make out a new writ, Aug. 11, 1782.--John Curtis.--Clement Tudway. Taunton. John Roberts; a major-gene

ral in the army on half-pay; died, a new writ ordered, February 1782.--Benjamin Hammett; a banker and an alderman of London, afterwards knighted.--John Halliday. Bridgewater. Anne Poulett.--Benjamin Allen; not duly elected.--John Acland; duly elected, and ought to have been returned.

Minehead. Francis F. Luttrell; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds, in the county of Buckingham.--Henry Beaufoy.-Jobu F. Luttrell.

Peregrine Cust.-- --Samuel

Ilchester.

Smith.

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Erskine; second brother to the earl of Buchan, and king's counsel.---Robert Monckton; died, a new writ ordered, June 1782.--Sir H. Fetherstonhaugh. Yarmouth. (I. W.) Edward Morant.-Edward Rushworth; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, 1781.--Sir Thomas Rum

bold. Petersfield. William Jolliffe; made a commissioner of the admiralty; a new writ ordered, April 7, 1783, he was reelected.--Thomas Samuel Jolliffe. Newport. (I. W.) John St. John; brother to viscount Bolingbroke; surveyor of the crown lands.--Sir R. Worsley. Stockbridge. John Luttrell.--James Luttrell; made a captain in the navy, February 1781.

Newton. (I. W.) E. Meux Worsley; died, and the Speaker issued his warrant to the clerk of the crown for a new writ, September 24, 1782.--Henry Dundas; treasurer of the navy; in this parliament before for the county of Edinburgh; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, December 22, 1782, he was elected for the county of Edinburgh.--Richard P. Arden; solicitor-general to his majesty ; again made solicitor general to his majesty; a new .writ ordered, December 26, 1783, he was re-elected.--John Barrington; eldest son of sir Fitzwilliam Barrington, bart.

Christ Church. Sir James Harris; son of the other member; envoy extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the court of Russia, and made knight of the bath. James Harris; died, a new writ ordered, January 23, 1781.---John Frederick; sou of sir John Frederick, to whose title he succeeded in 1783. Lymington. Thomas Dammer---Edward Gibbon; a commissioner of trade and plantations; author of "The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire."-Harry Burrard; son of sir Harry Burrard."

Whitchurch. George viscount Middleton. --T. Townshend; made secretary at war; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected; made one of his majesty's principal secretaries of state; a new writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was re-elected; created baron Sydney of Chiselhurst in the county of Kent; a new writ ordered, March 7, 1783, afterwards viscount Sydney.--William Selwyn; one of his majesty's counsellors at law. Andover. Benjamin Lethuiellier.----Sir John Griffin Griffin.

STAFFORDSHIRE. Sir John Wrottesley; made a major-general in 1782, and in October 1784, made colonel of a regiment of foot.--George, viscount Lewisham; eldest son of the earl of Dartmouth; made one of the gentlemen of the bedchamber to the prince of Wales in May 1782; made warden of the stannaries in 1789. Litchfield.

Thomas Gilbert.----George

Anson.

Stafford. Edward Monckton; uncle to viscount Galway of Ireland.---Richard B. Sheridan.

Newcastle under Line. George, viscount Trentham.--Arch. Macdonald; brother to lord Macdonald of Ireland, one of his majesty's counsellors at law, and a Welsh judge; son-in-law to earl Gower. Tamworth. John Courtenay; secretary to the master-general of the ordnance; made surveyor of the ordnance; a new writ ordered, April 23, 1783, he was re-elected.--Anthony Chamier; died, a new writ ordered, November 1, 1780.-John Calvert; son to the member for Hertford; secretary to the lord chamberlain.

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Sudbury. Sir Patrick Blake. Philip C. Crespigney; not duly elected.----Sir James Marriot; duly elected, and ought to have been returned; judge of the high court of admiralty. Eye. Arn. James Skelton; brother-inlaw to earl Cornwallis; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, March 25, 1782.--W. Cornwallis. --Rich. B. Phillipson; made a majorgeneral in 1779, and a lieutenant-general in 1787.--Rich. B. Phillipson. St. Edmund's Bury. H. S. Conway; made commander in chief of the land forces in Great Britain, March 27, 1782. SURREY. Augustus Keppel; uncle to the earl of Albemarle; admiral of the blue, and one of the elder brethren of the Trinity house; made first lord of the admiralty, and soon after created viscount Keppel of Cleveden in the county of Suffolk; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782.G. John, viscount Althorpe; only son

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Haslemere. Sir James Lowther; made his election for the county of Cumberland.--Walter S. Stanhope.---Edward Norton; fourth son of sir Fletcher Norton; a barrister at law.

Thomas Pelham; eldest son of lord Pelham; made surveyor-general of the ordnance; a new writ ordered, April 21, 1782, he was re-elected; appointed chief secretary to the lord lieutenant of Ireland (earl of Northington), and sworn of the privy council there, May 1783.-Lord George H. Lenox; made constable of the Tower of London, and sworn of the privy council, February 1784. Chichester. William Keppel; died, a new writ ordered, March 4, 1782.--Percy Wyudham; next brother to the earl of Egremont; recorder in chancery in the island of Jamaica, and secretary and clerk of the courts in the island of Barbadoes.--Thomas Steele. Horsham. James Wallace; again made attorney-general to his majesty; a new writ ordered, April 15, 1783, he was re-elected; died, a new writ ordered, November 21, 1783.--James Craufurd; has a company in the foot guards, and one of the equerries to the queen.--George viscount Lewisham; eldest son of the earl of Dartmouth; made his election for the county of Stafford ; a new writ ordered, November 1, 1780.-

SUSSEX.

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Steyning. Sir T. G. Skipwith.--Filmer Honywood; made his election for the county of Kent; a new writ ordered, November 1, 1780.--John Bullock. East Grinsted. Lord Geo. S. Germaine; created viscount Sackville, and baron Drayton of Drayton in the county of Northampton; a new writ ordered, February 12, 1782.--Henry A. Herbert; son-in-law to viscount Sackville.--Sir J. Irwin; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds; a new writ ordered, April 21, 1783.--George Medley. Arundel. Sir Patrick Craufurd; not duly elected; a new writ ordered, March 12, 1781.--Peter Wm. Baker.---Thomas Fitzherbert.

WARWICKSHIRE. Sir Robert Lawley.-Sir G. A. W. Shuckburgh.

Coventry. Sir Thomas Halifax; Thomas Rogers; not duly elected.-John B. Holroyd; duly elected, and ought to have been returned; created baron Sheffield of Ireland in December 1780. --Edward Roe Yoe; duly elected, and ought to have been returned; died, and the Speaker issued his warrant to the clerk of the crown to make out a new writ, January 10, 1783.---William S. Conway; fifth son of the earl of Hertford; an officer in the army. Warwick. Charles F. Greville; made treasurer of his majesty's household; a new writ ordered, April 7, 1783, he was re-elected.--Robert Ladbroke.

Appleby. William Lowther; made his
election for Carlisle; a new writ order-
'ed, November 1, 1780.--William Pitt;
brother to the earl of Chatham; made
chancellor and under-treasurer of the
Exchequer; a new writ ordered, July
10, 1782, he was re-elected; made first
lord commissioner of the treasury, and
chancellor and under-treasurer of the
Exchequer; a new writ ordered, De-
cember 29, 1783, he was re-elected.--
Philip Hony wood; made a general in
the army in 1777.

WILTSHIRE. Charles Penruddock.---Ambrose

WESTMORELAND.

James Lowther.--Sir Michael Le Fleming. [VOL. XXI.]

Goddard.

New Sarum. W. H. Bouverie.--William Hussey.

Wilton. George, lord Herbert; only son of the earl of Pembroke; a lieutenantcolonel of dragoons.--W. G. Hamilton; chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, and a privy counsellor there. Downton. Henry S. Conway; second son of the earl of Hertford; clerk of the hanaper in Ireland, and constable of the castle of Dublin.--Robert Shaftoe. Hindon. Lloyd Kenyon; chief justice of Chester; made attorney-general to his majesty; a new writ ordered, December 26, 1783, he was re-elected.-Nathaniel W. Wraxall.

Heytesbury. William Eden; made his election for Woodstock; a new writ ordered, November 1780.--Francis Burton; a king's counsellor at law.--W. A'Court Ashe; died, and the Speaker issued his warrant to the clerk of the crown for a new writ, August 26, 1781. W. P. A'Court Ashe.

Westbury. John W. Gardiner; created a boronet of Great Britain, December 28, 1782.--Samuel Estwick; made secretary and register to Chelsea hospital; a new writ ordered, March 20, 1783, he was re-elected; again appointed to the same offices; a new writ ordered, December 26, he was re-elected. Calne. John Dunning; made chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, and soon after created baron Ashburton of Ashburton in the county of Devon; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782.--James Townsend; an alderman of London, lord mayor in 1773.--Isaac Barré; made treasurer of the navy; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he was reelected; made paymaster-general of the land forces; a new writ ordered, July 10, 1782, he was re-elected. Devizes. Sir James Tyl. Long.--Charles Garth; made a commissioner of the excise; a new writ ordered, December 1780.--Henry Jones. Chippenham. Giles Hudson; a merchant [3 E]

in London; died, a new writ ordered, February 20, 1783.--George Fludyer.-Henry Dawkins.

Malmesbury. George viscount Lewisham; eldest son of the earl of Dartmouth.--Arthur viscount Fairford; eldest son of the earl of Hillsborough. Cricklade. John M'Pherson; not duly elected, a new writ ordered.---John M'Pherson; made governor-general of Bengal; a new writ ordered, May 28, 1782.--Geo. R. St. John; eldest son of viscount Bolingbroke.--Paul Benfield. Great Bedwin. Sir Merrick Burrell.-

Paul Methuen; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, February 1781.--Paul Cobb Methuen. Luggershall. Penystone, viscount Melbourne.--George Aug. Selwyn; surveyor of the meltings, and clerk of the irons in the mint, and register in the court of chancery in the island of Barbadoes; made surveyor of the crown lands; a new writ ordered, December 26, 1782, he was re-elected.

Old Sarum. Thomas Pitt; created lord Camelford; baron of Boconnie in the county of Cornwall; a new writ ordered, December 26, 1783.---John C. Villiers; second son of the earl of Clarendon; joint king's counsel in the duchy court of Lancaster.---Pinckney Wilkinson; died, a new writ ordered, March 5, 1784.----George Hardinge; solicitor-general to the queen. Wotton Basset. William Strahan; joint king's printer.--Henry St. John; a major-general, and colonel of a regiment of foot.

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Exchequer; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected.--Charles Turner; created a baronet of Great Britain, April 13, 1782; died, a new writ ordered, November 11, 1783. Kingston-upon-Hull. Lord Robert Manners; died, a new writ ordered, May 31, 1782.--Daniel Hartley.--William Wilberforce.

Knaresborough.

R. B. Walsingham; made a colonel of marines; sent commodore of a squadron to Jamaica, on which station he was drowned in the great storm, October 1780; a new writ ordered, June 1781.--James Hare.-William viscount Duncannon; only son of the earl of Besborough; made a commissioner of the admiralty; a new writ ordered, March 7, 1782, he was re-elected; again appointed to the same office, April 27, 1783, he was re-elected. Scarborough. Charles Phipps.--George earl of Tyrconnel.

Rippon. William Aislabie; died, a new writ ordered, May 24, 1781.--William Lawrence.--Frederick Robinson; bro ther to lord Grantham. Richmond. James marquis of Graham; only son of the duke of Montrose; made a commissioner of the treasury; a new writ ordered, December 26, 1785, he was re-elected.---Sir L. Dundas; made his election for the city of Edinburgh; a new writ ordered, March 22, 1781.--George Fitzwilliam; only brother to earl Fitzwilliam ; an officer in the life guards.

Heydon. William Chaytor.--Christopher Atkinson; a merchant in London; `expelled the House for perjury; a new writ ordered, December 4, 1783.--Stephen Lushington. Borough-Bridge. Charles Ambler; king's counsellor at law, and attorney-general to the queen.--Anthony Eyre. Malton. William Weddell.-----Savile Finch; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, November 1780.--Edmund Burke; made paymaster-general of the land forces; a new writ ordered, March 27, 1782, he was re-elected.

Thirske. Sir Thomas Gascoigne.--Beilby

Thompson.

Aldborough. Sir Richard Sutton; made his election for Sandwich; a new writ issued, November 1, 1780.--- Edward Onslow; second son of lord Onslow; made steward of the three Chiltern Hundreds in the county of Buckingham; a new writ ordered, May 30, 1781.--Sir Samuel B. Fludyer.--Charles Mellish; made steward of the three

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