First Parliament of George I (1715-22)
List of knights, commissioners, citizens & burgesses in Parliament

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1742

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'First Parliament of George I (1715-22): List of knights, commissioners, citizens & burgesses in Parliament', The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons : volume 8: 1733-1734 (1742), pp. 265-284. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=37759 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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A LIST OF THE Knights and Commissioners of Shires, Citizens and Burgesses, of the first Parliament of King George I.

Bedfordshire William Hillersden, Esq;
John Hervey, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
John Cater, Esq;
Bedford. William Farrer, Esq; made Master of St. Catharine's near the Tower, and rechose.
John Thurloe Brace, Esq;
Berkshire. Sir John Stonehouse, Bart.
Robert Packer, Esq;
New Windsor. Christopher Wren, Esq; not duly elected, In their Places
Robert Gayer, Esq;
Sir Henry Ashurst, Bart.
Samuel Travers, Esq; Auditor to the Prince, and Clerk to the King's Works.
Reading. Felix Calvert, Esq; declar'd a void Election.
Robert Clarges, Esq;
Hon. Charles Cadogan, Esq;
Owen Buckingham, made a Commissioner of the Victualling-Office, and rechose. Deceased. In his Place
Richard Thompson, Esq;
Wallingford. William Hucks, Esq; Brewer to his Majesty's Houshold.
Edmund Dunch, Esq; Master of his Majesty's Houshold. Deeceased. In his Place
Henry Grey Neville, Esq;
Abington. James Jennings, Esq;
Bucks. John Fleetwood, Esq;
Richard Hampden, Esq; made one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, and rechose; then Treasurer of the Navy, and rechose.
Buckingham. Alexander Denton, Esq; Attorney-General of the Dutchy of Lancaster.
Abraham Stanyan, Esq; made one of the Clerks of the Council, and Ambassador to the ttoman Porte. In his Place
Edmund Halsey, Esq;
Chipping-Wicomb. Sir Thomas Lee, Bart.
Sir John Wittewrong, Bart. deceased. In his Place
John Neale, Esq;
Ailesbury. Sir Nathaniel Mead, Serjeant at Law.
Trevor Hill, Esq; created Lord Viscount Hillsborough of Ireland.
Agmondesham. Montague Gerrard Drake, Esq;
John Verney, Lord Viscount Fermannah, of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Hon. Ralph Verney, Esq; his Son.
Wendover. Sir Roger Hill, Knt.
Richard Grenville, Esq;
Great-Marlow. George Bruere, Esq;
Henry Petty, Baron Shelburne of Ireland.
Cambridgeshire. John Jennings, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir Robert Clark, Bart.
John Bromley, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir Francis Whichcot of Qui, Bart. made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
University of Cambridge. Hon. Dixie Windsor, Esq;
Thomas Paske, L. L D. deceased. In his Place
Hon. Thomas Willoughby, Esq;
Town of Cambridge. Sir John Hynde Cotton, Bart.
Thomas Sclater Bacon, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Samuel Sheppard, Esq;
Cheshire. Sir George Warburton, Bart.
Hon. Langham Booth, Esq; second Brother to the Earl of Warrington.
Chester. Sir Henry Bunbury, Bart.
Sir Richard Grosvenor, Bart.
Cornwall. Sir William Carew, Bart.
John Trevanion, Esq;
Launceston. John Anstis, Esq; made Garter Principal King of Arms, and rechose. [See Vol. I. p. 42]
Edward Herle, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Alexander Pendarves, Esq;
Leskard. Philip Rashleigh, Esq;
Sir John Trelawney, Bart.
Lestwiththiel. Thomas Liddell, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Edward Eliot, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office, and since made one of the Commissioners of the Excise. [See Vol. I. p. 246.] In his Place
John Newsham, Esq; [See Vol. I. p. 244.]
Galfridus Walpole, Esq; Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, made one of the Post-Masters General. In his Place William Cavendish, Marquis of Hartington, Heir Apparent of the Duke of Devonshire.
Truroe. Spencer Cowper, Esq; made Chief Justice of Chester, and rechose.
Colonel John Selwyn, Clerk of the Green-Cloth to the Prince, made Receiver-General and Cashier of his Majesty's Customs. In his Place
Thomas Wyndham, Esq;
Bodmin. John Leigh, Esq;Hon. Francis Robartes, Esq; one of the Commissioners for the Revenue in Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Charles Beauclair, Earl of Burford, Heir Apparent of the Duke of St. Albans.
Helston. Sir Gilbert Heathcot, Knt. Alderman of London.
Sidney Goldolphin, Esq; Auditor for the Principality of Wales, and Governor of the Island of Scilly.
Saltash. Shilston Calmady, Esq;
John Francis Buller, Esq;
Camelford. Richard Coffin, Esq;
James Mountague, Esq;
Westlow. Thomas Maynard, Esq; made Commissary-General of the Stores of War in Minorca, and rechose.
George Delaval, Rear-Admiral of his Majesty's Fleet.
Grampound. Hon. John West, Esq; Heir Apparent of the Lord Delawar, Lieutenant-Colonel of the first Troop of Horse-Guards, and one of the Clerks of the Council in Extraordinary.
Sir Charles Cook, Knt. Alderman of London, and one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, deceased. In his Place
Richard West, Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law.
Eastlow. John Smith, Esq; one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, P. C.
Sir James Bateman, Knt. Alderman of London, deceased. In his Place
Horatio Walpole, Esq; Auditor of the Trade and Plantation Accounts.
Penryn. Samuel Trefusis, Esq; [See Vol. I. p. 244.]
Hugh Boscawen, Esq; made one of the Vice-Treasurers and Pay-Masters General of Ireland, and rechose. P. C. created Lord Viscouut Falmouth. In his Place
William Godolphin, Lord Viscount Rialton, Heir Apparent to the Earl of Godolphin.
Tregony. Sir Edmund Prideaux, Bart, deceased. In his Place
Charles Talbot, Esq; eldest Son of the Bishop of Durham.
James Craiggs, Jun. Esq; made Secretary at War, and rechoss; then one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and rechose, P C. deceased. In his Place
Daniel Pulteney, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, made one of the Lords of the Admiralty. In his Place
John Merril, Esq;
Bossiney. Samuel Molineux, Esq; Secretary to the Prince.
Henry Cartwright, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office, and rechose.
St. Ives. Lord Harry Paulet, Brother of the Duke of Bolton.
Sir John Hobart, Bart. made one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, and rechose.
Fowey. Johnathan Elford, Esq;
Henry Vincent, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office, deceased. In his Place
Nicholas Vincent, Esq;
St. Germans. John Knight, Esq; made Secretary of the Leeward Islands, and rechose.
Philip Lord Stanhope, Heir Apparent of the Earl of Chesterfield, one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Prince.
St. Michael. Nathaniel Blakiston, Esq;
Robert Molesworth, Esq; created Ld. Viscount Molesworth of Ireland.
Newport. Sir Nicholas Morrice, Bart.
Humphrey Morrice, Esq;
St. Maws. William Lownds, Esq; Secretary to the Treasury.
John Chetwynd, Esq; second Brother of the Lord Viscount Chetwynd, one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Kellington. Sir John Coryton, Bart.
Samuel Rolle, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Coppleston, Esq;
Cumberland. James Lowther, Esq;
Gilfrid Lawson, Esq;
Carlisle. William Strickland, Esq;
Major-General Thomas Stanwix, Governor of Chelsea-College, made Governour of Kingston upon Hull. In his Place
Henry Aglionby, Esq;
Cockermouth. James Stanhope, Esq; made first Commissioner of the Treasury. In his Place.
Sir Thomas Pengelly, Kt. his Majesty's Primier Serjeant at Law.
Nicholas Lechmere, Esq; made Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancaster for Life. In his Place
Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Bart. Do. Re. The former disallowed.
Lord Piercey Seymore, deceased. In his Place
Hon. Anthony Lowther, Esq;
Derhyshire. Sir John Curzon, Bart.
Godfrey Clarke, Esq;
Derby. Lord James Cavendish, only Brother to the Duke of Devonshire.
Hon. William Stanhope, Esq; Ambassador Extraordinary to the Court of Spain.
Devonshire. Sir William Courtenay, Bart.
Sir Coplestone-Warwick Bampfield, Bart.
Exeter. John Bampfield Esq;
Francis Drew, Esq;
Totness. Stephen Northleigh Esq;
Arthur Champernoon, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir John Jermain, Kt. and Bart, deceas'd. In his Place
Charles Wills, Esq; made Lieutenant-General of the Ordnance, and rechose. P. C.
Plymouth. Sir John Rogers, Bart
Sir George Bing, Kt. and Bart. Admiral of the White, and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Fleet; made also Treasurer of his Navy, and rechose; P. C. created since Lord Viscount Torrington. In his Place
Hon. Pattee Bing, Esq; Heir apparent of the said Lord Torrington.
Okehampton. William Northmore, Jun. Esq,
Christopher Harris, Esq;
Barnstable. John Rolle, Esq;
Sir Arthur Chichester, Bart. deceased. In his Place
John Basset, Esq; deceas'd. In his Place
Sir Hugh Ackland, Bart.
Plympton. Richard Edgcomb, Esq, made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose; then resign'd. And again a second time one of the said Commissioners, and rechose.
George Treby, Esq; made Secretary at War, and rechose.
Honiton. William Yonge, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Sir William Pole, Bart.
Tavistock. Sir John Cope, Kt. and Bart.
Sir Francis-Henry Drake, Bart.
Ashburton. Roger Tuckfield, Esq;
Richard Reynell, Esq;
Clifton, Dartmouth, Hardness. John Foundes, Jun. Esq;
Joseph Herne, Esq;
Bor-Alston. Lawrence Carter, Esq; made one of his Majesty's Council at Law, and rechose; then Attorney-General to the Prince.
Horatio Walpole, Esq; made Auditor of the Trade and Plantation Accounts. In his Place
Hon. Edward Carteret, Esq; made one of the Post-Masters General. In his Place
Philip Cavendish, Esq; Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, not duly elected. In his Place [See Vol. I. p. 246.]
St. John Bredrick, Esq; Heir apparent of the Lord Viscount Brodrick of Ireland.
Tiverton. Sir Edward Northey, Kt.
Thomas Bere, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office.
Dorsetshire. Thomas Strangeways, Esq;
George Chaffin, Esq;
Poole. Sir William Lewen, Kt. Alderman of London.
George Trenchard, Esq;
Dorchester. Sir Nathaniel Napier, Bart.
Henry Trenchard, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Robert Browne, jun. Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Abraham Janssen, Esq;
Lyme-Regis. John Henly, Esq;
John Burridge, jun. Esq;
Weymouth. Daniel Harvey, Esq; Lieutenant-General of his Majesty's Forces, and Governor of the Island of Guernsey.
John Baker, Esq; Vice-Admiral of the Blue, deceased. In his Place
Edward Harrison, Esq;
Melcomb-Regis. William Betts, Esq;
Thomas Littleton, Esq;
Bridport. William Coventry, Esq; made one of the Clerks-Comptrollers of the Greencloth, and rechose; then became Earl of Coventry. In his Place
Sir Dewy Bulkeley, Kt.
John Strangeways, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place chosen
Peter Walter, Esq;
Shaftsbury. Edward Nicholas, Esq; not duly elected.
Samuel Rush, Esq;
In their Places
Edward Nicholas, Esq; rechose.
William Benson, Esq; made his Majesty's Surveyor-General; not duly re-elected. In his Place
Sir Edward Desbouverie, Bart.
Wareham. Lieutenant-General Thomas Erle, Lieutenant of the Ordnance, and Governor of Portsmouth, since deceased, chose in his Place, for accepting a Pension from the Crown during Pleasure,
Henry Drax, Esq;
George Pitt, jun. Esq;
Corse-Castle. Dennis Bond, Esq; Letter-Carrier to the Government, and a Commissioner for the forfeited Estates.
William Okeden, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John Banks, Esq;
Joshua Churchil, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling Office, and rechose, dec. In his Place D. R. The former taken off the File.
John Bond, Esq;
Durham County. Sir John Eden, Bart.
John Hedworth, Esq;
Durham. Thomas Conyers, Esq;
George Baker, Esq;
Clser. Sir Richard Child, Bart. created Lord Viscount Castlemain of Ireland.
Thomas Middleton, Esq; deceased. In his Place
William Harvey, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Robert Honywood, Esq;
Colchester. Sir Isaac Rebow, Kt.
Richard Ducane, Esq;
Malden. Thomas Bramston, Esq;
John Comyns, Esq; Serjeant at Law, not duly elected. In his Place
Samuel Tuffnel, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Equivalent.
Harwich. Thomas Heath, Esq;
Sir Philip Parker, Bart.
Gloucestershire. Thomas Stephens, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Hon. Henry Berkeley, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Berkley.
Matthew Ducie Moreton, Esq; made one of the Vice-Treasurers and Paymasters General of Ireland, and rechose; created since Baron Ducie de Moreton. In his Place
Edmond Bray, Esq;
Glocester. John Snell, Esq;
Charles Cox, Esq;
Cirencester. Thomas Maisters, Esq;
Benjamin Bathurst, Esq youngest Brother to the Lord Bathurst.
Tewksbury. William Dowdeswell, Esq;
Anthony Lechmere, Esq; made Receiver General of the Customs; and since deceased. In his Place
Nicholas Lechmere, Esq; Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancastwer, made his Majesty's Attorney-General, and re-chose; created Baron Lechmere of Evesham. In his Place chose
Thomas Gage, Esq; Lord Viscount Gage of Ireland.
Derefordshire. Richard Hopton, Esq;
Sir Thomas Morgan, Bart. dec. In his Place
Sir Hungerford Hoskins, Bart.
Hereford. Thomas Foley, Esq; one of the Auditors of the Imprest.
James Scudamore, Lord Viscount. Scudamore of Ireland, dec. In his Place
Herbert Rudhal Westfaling, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Leominster. Edward Harley, Esq; one of the Auditors of the Imprest.
Thomas Coningsby, Lord Coningsby of Ireland; created a Peer of Great-Britain. In his Place chase
Sir George Caswall, Kt. not duly elected, but afterwards re-chose; expell'd the House, and committed to the Tower. [See Vol. I. p. 237.] In his Place
William Bateman, Esq;
Weobly. Charles Cornwal, Esq; Vice-Admiral of the Blue, and Comptroller of the Stores of the Navy, dec. In his Place
Nicholas Philpot, Esq;
Paul Foley, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
John Birch, Esq; Serjeant at Law, and one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates.
Derefordshire. Sir Thomas Saunders Sebright, Bart.
Ralph Freeman, Esq;
St. Albans. William Grimstone, Esq; created Lord-Viscount Grimstone of Ireland.
William Hale, Esq; dec. In his Place
Joshua Lomax, Esq;
Hertford. Charles Cæsar, Esq; not duly elected.
Richard Gulston, Esq; In their Places
Sir Thomas Clerke, Kt.
John Boteler, one of the Commissioners of the Equivalent.
Duntingdonshire. Robert Piggot, Esq;
John Bigg, Esq;
Huntingdon. Hon. Sidney Wortley Montagu, Esq;
Edward Lord Hinchingbroke, only Son of the Earl of Sandwich, Col. of Foot, Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County of Huntingdon.
Kent. William Delaune, Esq;
Hon. Mildmay Fane, Esq; youngest Brother of the Earl of Westmorland, deceas'd. In his Place
Hon. John Fane, Esq; Colonel of the first Troops of Grenadier-Guards.
Canterbury. John Hardress, Esq;
Sir Thomas Hales, Bart. one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates.
Rochester. Sir Thomas Palmer, Bart.
Sir John Jennings, Kt. Admiral of the White, made one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and re-chose; then Master of Greenwich Hospital, and rechose.
Maidstone. Sir Thomas Colepeper, Bart.
Sir Robert Marsham, Bart. created Lord Romney. In his Place
Sir Barnham Rider, Kt.
Queenborough. Col. Thomas King, Lieutenant-Governor of Sheerness. Philip Jennings, Esq;
Lancashire. Sir John Bland, Bart.
Richard Shuttleworth, Esq;
Preston. Henry Fleetwood, Esq;
Sir Henry Houghton, Bart. one of the Commissioners of the forfeited Estates.
Lancaster. Doddington Braddyl, Esq;
William Heysham, Esq; deceased. In his Place chose
William Heysham, Esq; one of the Six Clerks in Chancery.
Newton. Sir Francis Leieester, Bart.
William Shippen, Esq;
Wigan. Sir Roger Bradshaigh, Bart.
James Barry, Earl of Barrimore, of Ireland.
Clithero. Thomas Lister, Esq;
Edward Harvey, Esq; See D. R. Vol. I. p. 42.
Thomas Parker, Esq;
Mr. Parker declined his Election, and his Name was razed out of the Return.
Leverpool. Sir Thomas Johnson, Kt.
Edward Norris, Esq;
Leicestershire. Sir Jeffery Palmer, Bart.
Sir Thomas Cave, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Lord William Manners, second Brother of the Duke of Rutland.
Leicester. Sir, George Beaumont, Bart.
James Winstanley, Esq; dec. In his Place
Thomas Noble, Esq;
Lincolnshire. Sir John Brownlow, Bart. created Lord Viscount Tyrconnel of Ireland.
Sir Willoughby Hickman, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Sir William Massingbeard, Bart.
Lincoln. Sir John Tirwit, Bart.
Richard Grantham, Esq; one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates.
Boston. Henry Heron, Esq;
Richard Wynn, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Richard Ellis, Esq;
Great Grimsby. Joseph Banks, Esq;
Sir Robert Chaplin, Bart. expelled the House for a notorious Breach of Trust, as a Director of the South-Sea Company. [See Vol. I. p. 231.] In his Place
Arthur Moor, Esq;
Stamford. Hon. Charles Cecil, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of
Hon. Charles Bertie, Esq;
Grantham. Edward Rolt, Esq;
John Heathcote, Esq;
Middleser. Hon. James Bertie, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Abington.
Hugh Smithson, Esq;
Westminster. Sir Thomas Cross, Bart.
Hon. Edward Wortley Montagu, Esq; Ambassador Extraordinary to the Ottoman Porte.
London. Sir John Ward, Knts. Alderm.
Sir Thomas Scawen,
Peter Godfrey, Esq;
Robert Heysham, Esq; Alderman.
Monmourhshire. Thomas Lewis, Esq;
John Morgan, Esq; Lord Lieutenant of the said County, and of Brecon; deceas'd. In his Place
John Hanbury, Esq;
Monmouth. William Bray, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Hon. Andrew Windsor, Esq; youngest Brother of the Lord Visc. Windsor.
Borfolk. Sir Jacob Astley, Kent. and Bart.
Thomas de Grey, Esq;
Norwich. Waller Bacon, Esq; Commissiary of the Stores of War in the Island of Minorca.
Robert Brittiffe, Esq;
Lyn-Regis. Sir Charles Turner, Knt. made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose.
Robert Walpole, Esq; one of the Lords of the Treasury, made Pay-Master General of his Majesty's Forces, and recbose; and since Chancellor of the Exchequer, and first Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose. P. C.
Great Yarmouth. George England, Esq;
Hon. Horatio Townshend, Esq;
Thetford. John Ward, Esq;
Dudley North, Esq;
Castlerising. Hon. William Fielding, Esq; made one of the Clerks Comptrollers of his Majesty's Houshold; and rechose.
Colonel Charles Churchill, Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince, made Governor of Chelsea Hospital; and rechose.
Borrhamptonshire. Sir Justinian Isham, Bart.
Thomas Cartwright, Esq;
City of Peterborough. John Fitz-Williams, Earl Fitz-Williams of Ireland.
Charles Parker, Esq;
Town of Northampton. William Wykes, Esq;
George Montague, Esq; created Earl of Hallifax. In his Place chose
William Wilmer, Esq;
Brackley. Hon. William Egerton, Esq; second Brother to the Duke of Bridgewater.
Paul Methuen, Esq; one of the Lords of the Treasury, but made Secretary of State in the Absence of Mr. Stanhope, and rechose; and since Comptroller of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose. P. C.
Higham Ferrers. Hon. Charles Leigh, Esq; only Brother to the Lord Leigh.
Borthumberland. Algernoon Seymour, Earl of Hertford, only Son to the Duke of Somerset, Governor of Tinmouth Fort, Captain of the second Troop of Guards, and Lord Lieutenant of the County of Sussex.
Thomas Forster, Jun. Esq; expelled the House for being concerned in the Rebellion; [See Vol. I. p. 60.] In his Place chose
Francis Blake, alias Delavall, Esq;
Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir William Blacket, Bart.
William Wrightson, Esq;
Morpeth. Henry Howard, Lord Viscount Morpeth, Heir Apparent to the Earl of Carlisle.
George Carpenter, Esq; only Son of the Lord Carpenter, Captain of the Guards.
Berwick upon Tweed. Grey Neville, Esq;
John Barrington Schute, Esq; created Lord Viscount Barrington of Ireland.
Dottinghamshire. Hon. Francis Willoughby, Esq; Heir Apparent to the Lord Middleton.
William Levinz, Esq;
Nottingham. John Plumtre, Esq; made Treasurer and Pay-Master of his Majesty's Ordnance, and rechose.
George Gregory, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the forfeited Estates, and since made Store-keeper of the Ordnance.
East-Rhetford. John Digby, Esq;
Thomas White, Esq; made Clerk of the Ordnance, and rechose.
Network upon Trent. Richard Sutton, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Army.
Hon. Conyers Darcy, Esq; made Master of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose; and Lord Lieutenant of the North-Riding of the County of York.
Oron. Sir Robert Jenkinson, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Sir Robert Banks Jenkinson, Bart.
Francis Clerk of Weston, Esq; deceased. In his Place
James Herbert, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Henry Perrot, Esq;
University of Oxford. William Bromley, Esq;
Sir William Whitlock, Knt. one of his Majesty's Council at Law, deceased. In his Place chose
George Clarke, L.L.D.
Oxford. Sir John Walter, Bart.
Thomas Rowney, Esq;
Woodstock. Lieutenant General William Cadogan, created Baron Reading. In his Place chose
William Clayton, Esq; Deputy Auditor of the Exchequer; made one of the Lords of the Treasury, and rechose.
Sir Thomas Wheat, Bart. made Keeper of the Stores of the Ordnance, and rechose, deceased. In his Place
Thomas Crisp, Esq;
Banbury. Sir Jonathan Cope, Bart.
Butlandshire. Daniel Lord Finch, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Prince in Extraordinary.
Hon. John Noel, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John Marquis of Granby, became Duke of Rutland. In his Place
Sir Thomas Mackworth, Bart.
Salop. Henry Lord Viscount Newport, Heir Apparent to the Earl of Bradford.
Sir Robert Corbet, Bart. made one of the Clerks Comptrollers of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose.
Salop. Corbet Kynaston, Esq; [See Vol. I. p. 42]
Thomas Jones, Esq; deceased. In his Place chose
Andrew Corbet, Esq;
Bridgnorth. William Whitmore, Esq;
John Weaver, Esq;
Ludlow. Humphrey Walcot, Esq;
Francis Herbert, Esq; deceased. In his Place Sir
Sir Robert Raymond, Knt. made Attorney-General, and rechose; chose before in this Parliament for Yar-mouth in the Isle of Wight.
Great Wenlock. William Forrester, Esq;
Hon. Thomas Newport, Esq; created Baron Torrington. In his Place
Sir Humphrey Briggs, Bart.
Bishop's-Castle. Charles Mason, Esq;
Richard Harnage, Esq; deceased: Chose in his Place
Sir Matthew Decker, Bart.
Somersershire. Sir William Wyndham, Bart.
William Hellier, Esq; [See Vol. I. p. 17 and 42.]
Bristol. Joseph Earle, Esq;
Sir William Daines, Knt.
Bath. John Codrington, Esq;
Samuel Trotman, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Robert Gay, Esq;
Wells. Maurice Berkley, Esq; not duly elected.
Thomas Horner, Esq; In their Places
William Piers, Esq;
William Coward, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Horner, Esq; eforesaid, again not duly elected. In his Place
John Dodd, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Edwards, Jun. Esq;
Taunton. Sir Francis Warr, Bart. not duly elected.
Henry Portman, Esq; In their Places
Sir William Pinsent, Bart. James Smith, Esq;
Bridgwater. Thomas Palmer, Esq;
George Doddington, Esq; Lord Lieutenant of the County of Somerset, deceased. In his Place
William Pitt, Esq;
Minehead. Sir John Trevelyan, Bart. not duly elected.
Sir Wil. Wyndham, Bart.
In their Places
Thomas Gage, Esq; created since Lord Viscount Gage of Ireland. not duly elected.
Samuel Edwin, Esq; Usher of the Exchequer. In their Places
Sir John Trevelyan aforesaid, rechose.
James Milner, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir Richard Lane, Knt. not duly elected. In his Place
Hon. Robert Mansel, Esq; Heir Apparent to the Lord Mansel.
Ilchester. William Bellamy, Esq; Auditor of the North Part of the Dutchy of Lancaster, and Prothonotary of the said Dutchy.
John Hopkins, Esq;
Milbourn Port. James Medlicot, Esq;
John Cox, Esq; deceased. In his Place chose
Michael Harvey, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Charles Stanhope, Esq; made his Majesty's Treasurer of the Chamber, and rechose. [See Vol. I. p. 235.]
Southampton. George Pitt, Esq;
John Wallop, Esq; made one of the the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose; created Lord Viscount Lymington. In his Place
Lord Nassau Pawlet, youngest Brother of the Duke of Bolton.
Winchester. George Bridges Esq;
Lord William Pawlet, made one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, and rechose.
Southampton. Richard Fleming, Esq;
Thomas Lewis, Esq;
Portsmouth. Sir Edward Earnley, Bart.
Sir Charles Wager, Kt. Vice Admiral of the Red, made Comptroller of the Navy, and rechose; then one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and rechose.
Yarmouth. Henry Holmes. Esq; not duly elected.
Sir Robert Raymond, Kt. In their Places
Anthony Morgan, Esq; Duputy Governor of the Iste of Wight.
Sir Theodore Janssen, Kt. and Bart. expelled the House for a notorious Breach of Trust, as a Director of the South-Sea Company. [See Vol. I. p. 231.]
William Plumer, Esq;
Petersfield. Norton Paulett, Esq;
Leonard Bilson, Esq; deceased. In his Place chose
Samuel Pargiter Fuller, Esq;
Newport. William Stephens, Esq;
James Stanhope, Esq; Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, created Lord Viscount Stanhope. In his Place
Sir Tristram Dillington, Bart. dec. In his Place
Thomas Stanwix, Esq; Governor of Kingston upon Hull.
Stockbridge. Thomas Broderick, Esq; Brother of the Lord Viscount Broderick,
Col. Martin Bladen, Comptroller of the Mint, made one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, and rechose.
Newtown. James Worsley, Esq;
Sir Robert Worsley Bart.
Christ-Church. Sir Peter Mews, Kt. Chancellor of the Diocese of Winchester.
William Ettricke, Esq; Soltcitor for the Affairs of the Admiralty, dec. In his Place
Francis Gwyn, Esq;
Lymington. Richard Chandler, Esq;
Sir Joseph Jekyll, Kt. Chief Justice of Chester, made Master of the Rolls, and rechose. P.C.
Whitchurch. Lieutenant General George Carpenter, General of his Majesty's Forces in Scotland, and Governor of the Island of Minorca, and Port-Mahon; created Baron Carpenter of Ireland.
Thomas Vernon, Esq; expell'd the House for making a corrupt Application to General Rosse in a Matter depending before the House. [See Vol. I. p. 245.] In his Place
Frederick Tilney, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
John Conduit Esq;
Andover. William Guidott Esq;
Hon. James Brudenel, Esq; made Master of the Jewel-Office, and rechose.
Stafordshire. Henry Lord Paget, Heir apparent of the Earl of Uxbridge.
William Ward, Esq; dec. In his Place
Hon. William Leveson-Gower, Esq; second Brother of the Lord Gower.
Litchfield. Samuel Hill, Esq;
Water Chetwynd, Esq; made Paymaster of divers annual Bounties and Pensions. In his Place
William Sneyd, Esq; not duly elected. In whose Place
Walter Chetwynd, Esq; aforesaid re chose.
Stafford. Walter Chetwynd, created Lord Viscount Chetwynd of Ireland, chief Ranger of St. James's Park.
William Chetwynd, Esq; made Commissioner of the Admiralty, and rechose.
Newcastle under Line. Rowland Cotton, Esq; not duly elected.
Henry Vernon, Esq; In their Places
Sir Bryan Broughton, Bart. Gentlemen of the Privy-Chamber.
Crew Offly Esq;
Tamworth. Samuel Bracebridge, Esq;
William Ing, Esq;
Suttolk. Sir Thomas Hanmer Bart.
Sir Robert Davers, Bart.
Ipswich. Sir William-Thompson, Kt. Recorder of the City of London, made his Majesty's Solicitor-General, and rechose.
William Churchill, Esq; made his Majesty's Bookseller, Bookbinder and Stationer. In his Place
Francis Negus Esq; Commissioner for executing the Office of Master of the Horse.
Dunwich. Sir Robert Rich, Bart. Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince.
Col. Charles Long, one of the Commissioners for the Forfeited Estates.
Orford. Clement Corrance, Esq;
Sir Edward Turner, Kt. dec. In his Place
Sir Richard Duke, Bart.
Aldborough. William Johnson, Esq; dec. In his Place
Samuel Low, Esq; Comptroller of the Ordnance in Ireland.
Sir Henry Johnson, Kt. dec. In his Place
Walter Plumer, Esq;
Sudbury. Sir Harvey Elwes Bart.
Thomas Western, Esq;
Eye. Edward Hopkins, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland, and rechose.
Thomas Smith, Esq;
St. Edmundsbury. Carr, Lord Hervey, Heir apparent of the Earl of Bristol, one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Prince.
Aubrie Porter, Esq; dec. In his Place
James Reynolds Esq; Serjeant at Law, and Recorder of the said Borough.
Surrep. Heneage Finch, Lord Guernsey, became Earl of Aylesford. In his Place
John Walter, Esq;
Sir Richard Onslow, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, created Baron Onslow. In his Place
Thomas Onslow, Esq; his Son; Out
Ranger of Windsor Forest, became Lord Anslow. In his Place
Denzil Onslow, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office, and Out-Ranger of Windsor Forest, dec. In his Place
Sir William Scawen, Kt.
Southwark. John Lade, Esq;
Sir Fisher Tench, Bart.
Blechingly. George Evelyn Esq; one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth to the Prince of Wales.
Thomas Onslow, Esq; made Out Ranger of Windsor Forest. In his Place chose
William Clayton Esq;
Rygate. James Cocks, Esq;
Sir John Parsons, Kt. dec. In his Place
William Jordan, Esq; dec. In his Place
Thomas Jordan Esq;
Guildford. Morgan Randyl, Esq;
Denzil Onslow, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victuallnig-Office, made Out-Ranger of Windsor Forest. Chose in his Place
General Robert Wroth, one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth, dec. In his Place
Arthur Onslow, Esq;
Gatton. William Newland, Esq;
Paul Docminique, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Hastemers. Sir Nicholas Carew, Bart.
Sir Mountague Blundel, Bart. created Lord Viscouns Blundel of Ireland.
Suffer. Hon. Spencer Compton, Esq; Speaker, Treasurer, to the Prince, P. C. since made Paymaster General of his Majesty's Forces, and also of Chelsea College.
James Butler, Esq;
Chichester. Sir Thomas Miller, Bart.
Sir Richard Farington, Bart. dec. Chose in his Place
Henry Kelsel, Esq; one of the chief Clerks of the Treasury.
Horsham. Sir Harry Goreing, Bart.not duly elected; In their Places
Charles Eversfield, Esq;
Arthur Ingram Esq; one of the Commissioners of the forfeited Estates.
Hon. Arthur Ingram, became Lord Viscount Irwin. In his Place
Charles Eversfield, aforesaid.
Midhurst. John Fortescue Aland, Esq; made his Majesty's Sollicitor General, and rechose; then one of the Barons of the Exchequer. In his Place
Alan, Lord Viscount Broderick of Ireland, late Lord Chancellor there.
William Knight, alias Woodward, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir Richard Mills, Bart.
Lewes. Thomas Pelham, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, and rechose.
John Morley Trevor, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir Philip York, Kt. made his Majesty's Sollicitor General, and rechose.
New-Shoreham Sir Nathaniel Gould, Kt.
Sir Gregory Page, Kt. and Bart. dec. In his Place
Francis Chamberlain, Esq;
Bramber. Sir Richard Gough Kt.
Sir Thomas Stiles Bart. not duly elected. In his Place
Edward Minshul, Esq;
Steyning. Majar General John Pepper, Col. of Dragoons, and Ranger of the Forest of Epping.
Robert Leeves, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
William Wallis Esq;
East-Grinsted. John Conyers Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law.
Richard Boyle, Lord Viscount Shannon of Ireland, Lieutenant General of his Forces.
Arundel. Hon. Henry Lumley, Esq; General of the Horse, and Governor of the Horse, and Governor of the Island of Jersey.
Thomas Micklethwait, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose, then Lieutenont General of the Ordnance, dec. In his Place
Joseph Micklethwait, Esq;
Marmickshire. Andrew Archer, Esq;
William Peytoe, Esq;
Coventry. Sir Thomas Samwel, Bart.
Sir Adolphus Oughton, Kt. and Bar. Major of the Guards.
Warwick. Hon. Dodington Grevil, Esq;
William Colemore, Jun. Esq;
Mestmorland. Hon. James Grahme, Esq; Brother to the Lord Viscount Preston.
Daniel Wilson, Esq;
Apulby. Sir Richard Sandford, Bart. Warden of the Ment.
Thomas Lutwyche, Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law.
Miltshire. Sir Richard How, Bart.
Robert Hide, Esq;
New Saram. Edward Lambert, Esq;
Francis Swanton, Esq; deceased. In Place
Andrew Duncomb, Esq;
Wilton. John London, Esq;
Thomas Pit, Jun. Esq; Colonel of Horse, created Baron of Londonderry in Ireland.
Downeton. Charles Longueville, Esq;
John Eyre, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Gyles Eyre, Esq;
Hindon. George Wade, Esq; Major General of his Majesty's Forces.
Reynolds Calthorpe, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John Pitt, Esq; Colonel of the Guards.
Heytesbury. Edward Ash, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, and rechose.
William Ash, Esq;
Westbury. Hon. Willoughby Bertie, Esq; Double Return. Voted not duly elected. In their Places
Francis Annestly, Esq;
George Evans, Esq; created Lord Carbery of the Kingdom of Ireland.
Charles Allanson, Esq;
Calne. Sir Orlando Bridgman Bart. one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth to the Prince.
Richard Chiswell, Esq;
Devizes. Josiah Diston Esq; Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
Francis Eyles, Esq; expetted the House for a notorious Breach of Trust, as a Director of the South-Sea Company. [See Vol. I. p. 230.] In his Place.
Benjamin Haskin Styles, Esq;
Chippenham. Sir John Eyles Bart. Alderman of London, one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates, and Sub-Governor of the South-Sea Company.
Giles Erle, Esq; Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince, made one of the Clerks Comptrollers of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose.
Malmesbury. Sir John Rushout, Bart.
Joseph Addison, Esq; made a Commissioner of Trade, and rechose; and late one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and rechose. P. C. dec. In his Place
Fleetwood Dormer, Esq;
Cricklade. Sir Thomas Read, Bart. Gentleman of the Privy-chamber.
Jacob Sawbridge, Esq; expelled the House for a notorious Breach of Trust, as a Director of the South-Sea Company. [See Vol. I. p. 231.] In his Place
Hon. Mathew Ducie Moreton, Esq; Heir apparent of the Lord Moreton.
Bedwin. Stephen Biss, Esq; a Commissioner of the Equivalent, and since made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office.
William Sloper, Esq; Secretary to the Pay-Master General.
Ludgershall. Lieutenant General John Richmond Webb, Governor of the Isle of Wight.
John Ivory Talbot, Esq;
Old-Sarum. Thomas Pitt, Esq; made Governor of Jamaica. In his Place chose
Sir William Strickland, Bart. made Commissary General of the Musters, and rechose.
Robert Pitt, Esq;
Watton Basset. Sir James Long, Bart.
William Northey Esq;
Marlborough. Sir William Humphreys Kt. and Bart. Alderman of London.
Joshua Ward Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Gabriel Roberts, Esq;
Morrcesteshire. Sir John Packington, Bart. [See Vol. I. p. 42.]
Thomas Vernon, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir Thomas Littleton Bart.
Worcester. Thomas Wylde Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland, and rechose.
Samuel Swift, Esq; dec. In his Place
Samuel Sandys, Esq;
Droitwich. Richard Foley, Esq; one of the Prothonotaries of the Court of Common-Pleas.
Edward Winnington Jefferys Esq; one of the Welsh Judges.
Evesham. John Rudge, Esq; Deputy Governor of the South-Sea Company.
John Deacle, Esq;
Bewdley. Grey James Grove, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Dorkshire. Henry Dawney, Lord Viscount Down of Ireland.
Sir Arthur Kay, Bart.
York. Sir William Robinson, Bart.
Tobias Jenkins, Esq;
Kingston upon Hull. Sir William St. Quintin Bart. one of the Lords of the Treasury, and since made Vice Treasurer, Receiver-General, and pay Master General of Ireland, and rechose.
William Maister, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Nathaniel Rogers, Esq;
Knaresborough. Robert Hitch, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Harry Coote, Earl of Montrath, of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Hon. Richard Arundel, Esq;
Scarborough. William Thompson, Esq; made Wardon of his Majesty's Mint; and rechose.
John Hungerford, Esq; Cursitor of Yorkshire and Westmorland.
Rippon. John Aislabie, Esq; Treasurer of the Navy, then made one of the Lords of the Treasury, Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, and rechose. P. C. Expelled the House, and committed to the Tower, for combining with the late Directors of the South-Sea Company, in their Breach of Trust, &c. [See Vol. I. p. 236.] In his Place
John Aislabie, Jun. Esq;
Christopher Wandesford, Lord Viscount Castlecomer of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
William Aislabie, Esq;
Richmond. Thomas York, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John York, Esq;
Hon. Harry Mordaunt. Esq; second Brother to the Earl of Peterborough, Treasurer of the Ordnance, deceased. In his Place
Richard Abel, Esq;
Heydon. William Pulteney, Esq; Lord Lieutenant of the East-Riding of Yorkshire, P. C.
Hugh Cholmeley, Esq; Surveyor General of all the King's Honours, Castles, &c. made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling Office, and rechose.
Borough Bridge. Sir Richard Steel, Knt. Master of the Play-House, and one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates.
Thomas Wilkinson, Esq; made Receiver General of the Duties on Houses for the County of York, Durham, and Northumberland; chose in his Place
Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart. made one of the Grooms of his Majesty's Bedchamber, and rechose.
Malton. Hon. Thomas Wentworth, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Rockingham.
Thomas Wentworth, Jun. Son of the said Thomas.
Thirsk. Thomas Frankland, Esq; made Clerk of the Deliveries, and Secretary to Master General of the Ordnance.
Ralph Bell, Esq; made one of the Customers of the Part of Hull. In his Place
Thomas Pitt, Sen. Esq; late Governor of Jamaica.
Aldborough. William Jessop, Esq; a Welsh Judge, made one of the Commissioners and Receiver General of the Alienation Office, and rechose.
James Stanhope, Esq; Principal Secretary of State. In his Place
Sir William Monson, Bart.
Beverly. Sir Charles Hotham, Bart.
Sir Michael Wharton, Bart.
Northallerton. Leonard Smelt, Esq;
Cholmley Turner, Esq;
Pontefract. Hon. John Dawney, Esq; Son of the Lord Viscount Down. not duly elected.
Robert Frank, Esq; In their Places
Sir William Lowther, Bart.
Hugh Bethel, Esq;
Barons of the CINQUE PORTS.,
Hastings. Archibald Hutcheson, Esq;
Henry Pelham, Esq; Son of Henry Pelham, Esq; late Clerk of the Pells.
Dover. Matthew Aylmer, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and rechose; then Master of Greenwich Hospital for Life, and Rear Admiral of Great Britain, and rechose; created Baron Batrach of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Hon. George Berkley, Esq; youngest Brother of the Earl of Berkley.
Phillip Papillon, Esq; made Receiver of the Stamp Duties. In his Place
Henry Furnese, Esq;
Sandwich. Sir Thomas Daeth, Bart.
Sir Henry Oxenden, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Sir George Oxenden, Bart.
Hyeth. Jacob des Bouverie, Esq;
Sir Samuel Lennard, Knt. and Bart. Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince, and Lieutenant of the second Troop of Guards.
New Romney. Sir Robert Furnese, Bart.
Edward Lord Viscount Sonds, Heir Apparent to the Earl of Rockingham, Gentleman of the Bed-chamber to the Prince
Rye. Sir John Norris, Knt. Admiral of the Blue, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipetentiary to the Czar of Muscovy, made one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and rechose.
Philip Gibbon, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland.
Winchelsea. Robert Bristow, Esq; chose one of the Commissioner stating the Debts due to the Army in. the Rows of Thomas Smith, Esq; deceased, and since made Clerk Comptroller of his Majesty Houshold, and rechose.
George Bubb Doddiagton, Esq; his Majesty late Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Court of Spain; Lord Lieutenant of the County of Somerset.
Seaford. George Naylor, Esq;
Sir William Ashburnham, Bart. one of the Chamber lains of the Exchequer, made one of the Commissioners of Alienation. In his Place
Hon. Henry Pelham, Esq; only Brother to the Duke of Newcastle, made his Majesty's Treasurer of the Chamber, and rechose; and then one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose.

WALES.

Anglesea. Owen Meyrick, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Beaumaris. Hon. Henry Bertie, Esq; Brother to the Earl of Abingdon.
Brecon. Sir Edward Williams, Kt. deceased In his Place
William-Gwyn Vaughan, Esq;
Town of Brecon. Roger Jones, Esq;
Cardigan. Lewis Price, Esq; expell'd for his Contempt of the Orders of the House to attend his Service in Parliament, and since dec. In his Place chose
Owen Brigstock, Esq;
Town of Cardigan. Stephen Parry, Esq;
Carmarthen. Charles Paulett, Marquis of Winchester, Heir apparent of the Duke of Bolton, Lord-Lieutenant of the City of Carmarthen and Glamorgan, called up by Writ to the House of Peers. In his Place chose
Sir Thomas Stepney, Bart.
Town of Carmarthen. Richard Vaughan, Esq; made a Welch Judge, and rechose
Carnarban. William Griffith, Esq; dec. In his Place chose
John Griffith, Esq;
Town of Carnarvan. Thomas Wynne, Esq; Equerry to the Prince.
Denbigh. Sir Richard Middleton, Bart. dec. In his Place chose
Watkin Williams Wynn, Esq;
Town of Denbigh. John Roberts, Esq;
Flint. Sir Roger Mostyn, Bart.
Town of Flint. Sir John Conway dec. In his Place
Thomas Eaton, Esq;
Slamorgan. Robert Jones, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir Charles Keymis, Bart.
Town of Cardiffe. Sir Edward Stradling, Bart.
Merioneth. Richard Vaughan, Esq;
Montgomerp. Edw. Vaughan, Esq; dec. In his Place
Hon. Price Devereux, Esq; Heir apparent to the Ld Viscount Hereford
Town of Montgomery. John Pugh, Esq;
Sir Arthur Owen, Bart. Lord-Lieutenant of the said County.
Town of Pembroke. Thomas Ferrers, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Forces.
Haversord West. John Laugharne, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir George Barlow, Bart. not duly elected. In his Place
John Barlow, Esq; dec. In his Place
Sir John Philips, Bart.
Radnor. Sir Richard Fowler, Bart. made one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Town of New Radnor. Thomas Lewis, Esq; jun.

SCOTLAND

Shire of Aberdeen. Sir Alexander Cumming, Bart.
Shire of Air. John Montgomery, Esq;
Shire of Argyle. Sir James Campbell, Bart.
Shire of Bamff. Alexander Aberercmby, Esq;
Shire of Berwick. George Bailie, Esq; made Commissioner of the Treasury, and rechose.
Shires of Bute and Cathness. Sir Robert Gordon, Kt. and Bart.
Shire of Nairn and Cromartie Alexander Urquhart, Esq;
Shire of Dumbarton. Hon. John Campbell, sen. Esq; Surveyor of the King's Works in Scotland.
Shire of Dumsries. Sir William Johnston, Bart.
Shire of Edinburgh. John Baird, jun. Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Equivalent.
Shire of Elgin. Alexander Grant, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Forces, and Lord-Lieutenant of the Shires of Bamff and Inverness, dec. In his Place chose
James Brodie, Esq; dec. In his Place
Alexander Brodie of Brodie, Esq;
Shire of Fife. Sir John Anstruther, Bart. made Master of his Majesty's Works in Scotland, and recbase.
Shire of Forfar. John Carnegie, Esq; expelled the House for having acted in the late Rebellion. In his Place
James Scot, Jun. Esq;
Shire of Hadington. John Cockburn of Ormistoun, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and rechose.
Shire of Inverness. John Forbes, Esq;
Shire of Kincardin. James Scott, Esq; Major in the Foot Guards.
Shires of Kinross and Clacmanan. William Douglas, Esq;
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, Alexander Murray, Esq;
Shire of Lanerk. James Lockhart, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Equivalent, deceased. In his Place
Lord Archibald Hamilton.
Shire of Linlithgow. Sir James Cunningham.
Shire of Orkney and Zetland. James Moodie, jun. Esq;
Shire of Peebles. Alexander Murray, Esq;
Shire of Perth. Ld James Murray, second Son to the Duke of Athol.
Shire of Rensrew. Sir Robert Pollock, Bart. made Governor of Fort-William, and recbose.
Shire of Ross. Hon. Charles Ross, Esq; Lieutenant-General of his Majesty's Forces.
Shire of Roxburgh. William Douglas, jun. Esq;
Shire of Selkirk. John Pringle, Esq;
Shire of Stirling. Mungo Haldane, Esq;
Shire of Sutherland. Sir William Gordon, Bart. one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army.
Shire of Wigtoun. Hon. John Stuart, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Forces.
City of Edinburgh. *Sir George Warrender, Bart. dec. In his Place
John Campbell, Esq;
Burghs of Kirkwall
Week
Dornock
Dingwall
Taine
Robert Monro, Esq; a Commissioner for the forfeited Estates.
Burghs of Fortrose
Inverness
Nairn
Forress
William Stewart, Esq; Remembrancer of the Exchequer in Scotland.
Burghs of Elgin
Cullen
Bamff
Invury
Kintore
Hon. James Murray, Esq; not duly return'd In his Place
John Campbell, jun. Esq; Groom of the Bed-chamber to the Prince, and Capt. in the Foot-Guards.
Burghs of Aberdeen
Inverbervy
Montrose
Aberbrothock
Brichene
James Erskine, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place.
John Middleton, Esq; Liest. Col. of Foot, and Deb Gov. of Tinmouth- Fort.
Burghs of Forfar
Perth
Dundee
Coupar
St. Andrews
Patrick Haldane, Esq; one of the Commissioners for the forfeited Estates.
Burghs of Craill
Kilrennie
Anstruther Easter
Anstruther Wester
Pettenweem
Philip Anstruther, Esq; Colonel in the Foot Guards.
Burghs of Dysert
Kirkaldie
Kinghorne
Brantistand
Hon. William Ker, Esq; Brother of the Duke of Roxburgh, Colonel of Dragoons, and Groom of the Bed-chamber to the Prince.
Burghs of Inverkithen
Donfermline
Queensferry
Culcross
Stirling
Henry Canningham, Esq; Commissary General of the Musters in Scotland, and a Commissioner for the forfeited Estates.
Burghs of Glasgow
Rensrew
Rutherglen
Dumbarton
Thomas Smith, Esq; one of the Commissioners for stating the Debts due to the Army, deceased. In his Place Daniel Campbel, Esq;
Burghs of Hadington
Dunbarr
North Berwick
Lauder
Jedburgh
Sir David Dalrymple, Bart. late Lord Advocate for Scotland, and since made Auditor of his Majesty's Exchequer there, and rechose, deceased. In his Place Sir James Dalrymple, Bart.
Sir James Dalrrmple, Bart.
Burghs of Selkirk
Peebles
Linlithgow
Lanerk
Hon. Colonel George Douglas, only Brather to the Earl of Moreton.
Burghs of Dumfries
Sanquhar
Annan
Lockmaben
Kirkcudbright
Alexander Ferguson, Esq;
Burghs of Wigtoun
New Galloway
Stranraver
Whitehorn
Patrick Vans, Esq;
Burghs of Air
Irvin
Rothesay
Campbletoun
Inverary
Charles Oliphant, Esq; M. D. deceased. In his Place
Thomas Kennedy, Esq;