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List of Commissioners (1714-1782)

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Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations: Volume 14, January 1776 - May 1782. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF COMMISSIONERS (1714–1782)

Addison, Joseph (1716–1717), d. 1719.

Ashe, Edward (1720–1746).

Bacon, Edward (1760–1765).

(fn. 1) Berkeley of Stratton, baron (1714–1715), d. 1741.

Bladen, Martin (1714–1746).

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando (1727–1737).

Brudenell, James (1730–1746).

(fn. 1) Carlisle, Frederick Howard, earl of (1779–80), d. 1825.

Cary, Walter (1727–1730).

Chetwynd, John (1714–1728).

(fn. 1) Clare, Robert Nugent, viscount (1766–1768), d. 1788.

Cockburn, John (1714–1717).

Cooke, Sir Charles (1714–1721).

Croft, Sir Arthur (1730–1741).

(fn. 1) Dartmouth, William Legge, earl of (1765–6), d. 1801.

Docminique, Paul (1714–1735).

(fn. 2) Dupplin, George Hay, viscount (1746–1754), d. 1758.

Dyson, Jeremiah (1764–1768), d. 1776.

Eden, William (1776–1782).

Edgecomb, Honble Richard (1754–1755), d. 1758.

Eliot, Edward (1760–1776), d. 1804.

Fane, Francis (1746–1756).

Fergusson, Adam (1782, Jan.–May), d. 1816.

Fitzherbert, William (1765–1772), d. 1772.

(fn. 1) Fitzwalter, Benjamin Mildmay, earl of (1735-7), d. 1756.

Frankland, Sir Thomas (1728–30).

Galloway, John Stewart, Lord Garlies, earl of (1772–4), d. 1806.

Gascoyne, Bamber (1763–4) and (1772–9), d. 1791.

Gibbon, Edward (1779–1782), d. 1794.

Gilmour, Sir Charles (1743–5).

Grantham, Thomas Robinson, 1st baron (1748–1749), d. 1770.

(fn. 1) Grantham, Thomas Robinson, junior, 2nd baron (1780–1782), d. 1786.

Greville, Sir Charles (1746–1755).

(fn. 1) Halifax, George Dunk, earl of (1748–1761), d. 1771.

Hamilton, William Gerard (1756–1761), d. 1796.

Herbert, Thomas (1737–1752).

(fn. 1) (fn. 3) Hillsborough, Wills Hill, earl of (1763–1765), d. 1793.

(fn. 4) Holderness, Robert Darcy, earl of (1718–1719), d. 1722.

Hutchinson, Archibald (1714–1716).

(fn. 4) Jenyns, Soame (1755–1780), d. 1787.

Jolliffe, William (1772–1779).

Keene, Benjamin (1741–1745), d. 1757.

Keene, Whitshed (1774–1777).

Langlois, Benjamin (1780–1782).

Levison Gower, Baptist (1754–1759).

Lisburne, William Vaughan, viscount (1768–1770), d. 1800.

Molesworth, John (1714–1717), d. 1726.

Molesworth, Robert (1717–1720), d. 1725.

(fn. 4) Monson, John, baron (1737-1748), d. 1748.

Northey, William (1770–1771).

Orwell, Francis Vernon, baron (1763–1765), d. 1783.

Oswald, James (1752–1760), d. 1769.

Palmeston, Henry Temple, viscount (1766, Jan.–Oct.), d. 1802.

Pelham, Thomas, senior (1717–1741).

Pelham, Thomas, junior (1741–1743).

(fn. 5) Pelham, Thomas (1754–1760), d. 1805.

Philips, Sir John (1744–1745).

Pitt, John (1745–1755).

Plumer, Richard (1721–1727) and (1735–1740).

Pulteney, Daniel (1717–1727), d. 1731.

Rice, John (1761–1770), d. 1779.

Rigby, Richard (1755–1760), d. 1788.

Roberts, John (1761–3) and (1765–1772), d. 1772.

Robinson, Thomas, of Rokeby (1766–1770), d. 1777.

(fn. 4) Sandys, Samuel, baron (1761–1763), d. 1770.

(fn. 4) (fn. 6) Shelburne, William Petty, earl of (1763, Apr.-Sept.), d. 1805.

Sloane, Hans (1780–1782).

Sloper, William (1756–1761).

Spencer, Lord Robert (1770–1782).

Stone, Andrew (1749–1752), d. 1773.

Storer, Anthony (1782, Jan.–May), d. 1799.

Stuart, Andrew (1779–1782), d. 1801.

(fn. 4) Suffolk, Henry Howard, earl of (1715–1718), d. 1718.

Talbot, John (1755–1756).

Talbot, John Chetwynd (1782, Jan.–May).

Thomas, Sir Edmund (1761–1763).

(fn. 4) Townshend, Charles (1749–54) and (1763), d. 1767.

Walsingham, Thomas de Grey, earl of (1777–1782), d. 1818.

Warwick, George Greville, earl of (1770–1774), d. 1816.

(fn. 4) Westmoreland, Thomas Fane, earl of (1719–1735), d. 1736.

Whately, Thomas (1771–1772), d. 1776.

Yorke, Hon. John (1761–1766).

Footnotes

  • 1. Signifies doyen of Commission.
  • 2. Earl Kinnoull.
  • 3. Afterwards Marquis of Downshire.
  • 4. Signifies doyen of Commission.
  • 5. Afterwards Earl of Chichester.
  • 6. Afterwards Marquess of Lansdowne.