Second Parliament of George I (1722-27)
List of knights, commissioners, citizens & burgesses in Parliament

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1742

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'Second Parliament of George I (1722-27): List of knights, commissioners, citizens & burgesses in Parliament', The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons : volume 8: 1733-1734 (1742), pp. 285-304. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=37760 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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AN EXACT LIST OF THE Knights and Commissioners of Shires, Citizens and Burgesses

of the second Parliament of King George I. summoned to meet at Westminster on the 10th of May, and then prorogued to the 9th of October, 1722.

Bedfordshire. Hon. Charles Leigh, Esq; only Brother of the Lord Leigh.
Sir Rowland Alston, Bart.
Bedford. William Farrer, Esq;
George Huxley, Esq; made one of the Commissioners for victualling his Majesty's Navy. In his Place
John Thurloe Brace, Esq;
Berkshire. Sir John Stonehouse, Bart.
Robert Packer, Esq;
New Windsor. William O Brian, Earl of Inchiquin of Ireland, Knt. of the Bath.
Charles Beauclear, Earl of Burford, Knt. of the Bath, became Duke of St. Albans. In his Place
Lord Vere Beauclear, third Brother of Duke of St. Albans, Commander of his Majesty's Ship the Lyme.
Reading. Anthony Blagrave, Esq;
Clement Kent, Esq;
Wallingford. George Lord Parker, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer for Life; Heir Apparent of the Earl of Macclesfield.
William Hucks, Esq; Brewer to his Majesty's Houshold.
Abington. Robert Hucks, Esq; Son of the aforesaid William Hucks, Esq;
Buckinghamshire. Montague Garrard Drake, Esq;
Sir Thomas Lee, Bart.
Buckingham. Richard Greenville, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Hon. John Fane, Esq; Brother to the Earl of Westmorland, Colonel of the first Troop of Grenadier Guards.
Alexander Denton, Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law, and Attorney General of the Dutchy of Lancaster; made one of the Judges of the Court of Common-Pleas. In his Place
William Heathcote, Esq;
Chipping Wicomb. Henry Earl of Shelburne of Ireland.
Hon. Charles Egerton, Esq; youngest Brother of the Duke of Bridgewater, deceased. In his Place
Charles Collyear, Esq; second Son of the Earl of Portmore, whose Election being declared void, was there-upon rechose, and again not voted not duly elected. In his Place
Harry Waller of Lincoln's-Inn, Esq;
Ailesbury. Richard Abel, Esq;
John Guise, Jun. Esq; Heir Apparent of Sir John Guise, Bart.
Agmondesham. Ralph Lord Viscount Fermannah of Ireland.
Montague Garrard Drake, Esq; made his Election for the County. In his Place
Thomas Chapman, Esq;
Wendover. Richard Hampden, Esq; P. C.
Sir Richard Steele, Kt. Master of the Play-House.
Great-Marlow. Sir John Guise, Bart.
Edmond Waller, Esq;
Cambridgeshire. Sir John Hynde Cotton, Bart.
Edward Lord Harley, became Earl of Oxford and Mortimer. In his Place Samuel Sheppard, Esq;
University of Cambridge. Hon. Dixie Windsor, Esq; Fellow of Trinity-College, and third Son of the late Earl of Plymouth.
Hon. Thomas Willoughby, Esq; second Son of the Lord Middleton.
Town of Cambridge. Thomas Bacon, Esq;
Sir John Hynde Cotton, Bart. made his Election for the County. In his Place
Gilbert Affleck, Esq;
Cheshire. Charles Cholmondeley, Esq;
John Crew, Esq;
Chester. Sir Henry Bunbury, Bart.
Sir Richard Grosvenor, Bart.
Carnmall. Sir William Carew, Bart.
Sir John St. Aubin, Bart.
Launceston. John Freind, M. D. not duly elected. In his Place
John Willes, Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law, made second Justice of Chester. In his Place
Hon. Henry Vane, Esq; Son and Heir Apparent to the Lord Barnard.
Alexander Pendarves, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John Freind, M. D. aforesaid, rechose.
Leskard. John Lansdell, Esq;
Edward Eliot, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Clutterbuck, Esq; made Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Lestwiththiel. William Cavendish, Marquis of
Hartington, made his Election for Grampound. In his Place
Sir Orlando Bridgman, Bart. Auditor General to the Prince.
Philip Lord Stanhope, one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Prince, made Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard. In his Place
Henry Parsons, Esq; Purveyor of Chelsea Hospital, made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office. In his Place
Sir William Stanhope, Knt. of the Bath, only Brother of the Earl of Chesterfield.
Trurve. Hon. Spencer Cowper, Esq; Uncle of the Earl Cowper, Chief Justice of Chester, and Attorney General to the Prince.
Thomas Wyndham, Esq; Auditor of the South Part of the Dutchy of Lancaster.
Bodmin. Isaac Le Heup, Esq; his Majesty's Envoy to the Diet of Ratisbon.
Richard West, Esq; made Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and rechose; deceased. In his Place
John la Roche, Esq;
Helston. Walter Cary, Esq; one of the Clerks of his Majesty's Council in extraordinary, made Warden of his Majesty's Mint, and rechose.
Sir Robert Raymond, Knt. his Majesty's Attorney General, made one of of the Justices of the Court of King's Bench. In his Place
Sir Clement Wearg, Knt. his Majesty's Solicitor General, deceased. In his Place
Exton Sayer, L. L. D. Commissary of Essex, and Advocate in Doctor's Commons.
Saltash. Edward Hughes, Esq; Judge Advocate General.
Thomas Swanton, Esq; Comptroller of the Navy.
Camelford. Henry Moore, Earl of Drogheda, of Ireland.
William Sloper, Esq; made Deputy Cofferer of the Houshold.
Portpigham, alias Westlow. Sir John Trelawney, Bart.
George Delaval, Esq; Rear Admiral of the Red, deceased. In his Place Edward Trelawney, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Victualling Office, and rechose.
Grampound. William Cavendish, Marquis of Hartington, Son and Heir Apparent of the Duke of Devonshire, made Captain of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners.
Humphrey Morrice, Esq;
Eastlaw. John Smith, Esq; one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, P. C. deceased. In his Place
George Cholmendeley, Lord Viscount Malpas, and Knt. of the Bath, Son and Heir Apparent to the Earl of Cholmondeley.
Horatio Walpole, Esq; Auditor of the Trade and Plantation Accounts. In his Place
William Lownds, Esq; Secretary to the Treasury, deceased. In his Place
Sir Henry Hoghton, Bart.
Penryn. Sidney Meadows, Esq; Son of Sir Philip Meadows, Bart. Knight Marshal.
Edward Vernon, Esq; Captain of one of his Majesty's Men of War; chose likewise in this Parliament for the Borough of Dunwich.
Tregony. John Merril, Esq;
James Cook, Esq;
Bossiney. Henry Kelsall, Esq; one of the Chief Clerks of the Treasury.
Robert Corker, Esq;
St. Ives. Henry Knollys, Esq;
Sir John Hobart, Knt. of the Bath, and Bart. one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations; chose likewise for Beer-Alston in the County of Devon.
Fowey. John Goodall, Esq; deceased. In his Place
William Bromley, jun. Esq;
Nicholas Vincent, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Richard Viscount Fitzwilliams of Ireland.
St. Germans. John Hamilton, Lord Binney, Son and Heir Apparent of the Earl of Hadingtoun.
Philip Cavendish, Esq; Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital.
St. Michael. John Hedges, Esq; his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Sardinia.
Charles Selwyn, Esq; Gentleman Usher to the Princess.
Newport. Sir William Poole, Bart. chose likewise in this Parliament for the Borough of Honiton. In his Place
John Morrice, Esq;
Sir Nicholas Morrice, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Hon. Thomas Herbert, Esq; fourth Son of the Earl of Pembroke.
St. Maws. Sidney Godolphin, Esq; Auditor for the Principality of Wales, and Governor of the Island of Scilly.
Samuel Travers, Esq; Auditor of the Prince, and Clerk of the King's Works; deceased. In his Place
Samuel Molyneux, Esq; Secretary to the Prince.
Kellington. Thomas Lutwyche, Esq;
Thomas Coppleston, Esq;
Cumberland. Sir Christopher Musgrave, Bart.
Gilfrid Lawson, Esq;
Carlisle. James Bateman, Esq;
Henry Aglionby, Esq;
Cockermouth. Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart.
Sir Thomas Pengelly, Knt. his Majesty's Primier Serjeant at Law, made Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer. In his Place
Hon. William Finch, Esq; second Son of the Earl of Nottingham.
Derbyshire. Sir John Curzon, Bart.
Godfrey Clark, Esq;
Derby. Lord James Cavendish, only Brother to the Duke of Devonshire.
Thomas Bayley, Esq;
Debonshire. Sir William Courtenay, Bart.
Sir Copplestone Warwick, Bamfield Bart.
Exeter. John Rolle, Esq;
Francis Drew, Esq;
Totness. Joseph Banks, Esq;
Sir Charles Wills, Knt. of the Bath, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, and Colonel of the first Regiment of Foot Guards, P. C.
Plymouth. Hon. William Chetwynd, Esq; youngest Brother of the Lord Viscount Chetwynd, one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty.
Hon. Pattee Byng, Esq; Son and Heir Apparent of the Lord Viscount Torrington, made Treasurer of the Navy, and rechose.
Okehampton. Robert Pitt, Esq; one of the Clerks of the Greencloth to the Prince.
John Crowley, Esq;
Barnstable. Thomas Whetham, Esq; Lieutenant General of his Majesty's Forces, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot
Sir Hugh Ackland, Bart.
Plymton. Richard Edgcomb, Esq; made one of the Vice Treasurers and Pay Masters General of Ireland, and rechose.
George Treby, Esq; made one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, and rechose.
Honiton. Sir William Yonge, Knt. of the Bath, made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose.
Sir William Pole, Bart.
Tavistock. Sir John Cope, Bart.
Sir Francis Henry Drake, Bart.
Ashburton. Roger Tuckfield, Esq;
Richerd Reynell, Esq;
Clifton, Dartmouth, Hardness. George Treby, Esq; Col. in the Guards.
Tho. Martin, Esq; made one of the Welch Judges. and rechose.
Beer-Alston. Hon. St. John Broderick, Esq; Son and Heir apparent to the Lord Viscount Middleton, of the Kingdom of Ireland.
Sir John Hobart, Kt. of the Bath, and Bart. made his Election for the Borough of St. Ives in the County of Cornwal. In his Place
Sir Robert Rich, Bart. Brigadier. General of his Majesty's Forces, Col. of a Regiment of Dragoons, and Groom of the Bed-chamber to the Prince.
Tiverton. Artnur Arscot, Esq;
Thomas Bere, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office, dec. In his Place
George Dean, Esq;
Dorsetshire. George Chaffin, Esq;
Thomas Strangeways, Esq; deceased In his Place
George Pitt, jun. Esq;
Poole. Thomas Ridge, Esq;
George Trenchard, Esq;
Dorchester. Joseph Damer, Esq;
Edmund Moreton Pleydell, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
William Chapple, Serjeant at Law.
Lyme-Regis. Henry Holt Henley, Esq; Recorder of the said Borough
John Burridge, jun. Esq;
Weymouth. John Ward, Esq; Expelled the House for Forgery. In his Place
John Willes, Esq; second Justice of Chester.
Thomas Pearce, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Navy. In his Place
Edward Tucker, Esq;
Melcomb-Regis. Sir James Thornhill, Kt. His Majesty's Serjeant Painter.
William Betts, Esq;
Bridport. Sir Dewey Bulkeley, Knt.
Peter Walter, Esq; Clerk of the Peace for the County of Middlesex.
Shaftsbury. Sir Edward Desbouverie, Bart.
Edward Nicholas, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Stephen Fox, Esq;
Wareham. Sir Edward Ernie, Bart.
Joseph Gascoigne, Esq;
Corse-Castle. Dennis Bond, Esq Letter-Carrier to the Government.
John Bankes, Esq;
Durham. Sir John Eden, Bart.
John Hedworth, Esq;
Durham. Thomas Conyers, Esq;
Charles Talbot, Esq; made his Majesty's Sollicitor-General, and rechose.
Csser. William Harvey, Esq;
Robert Honywood, Esq;
Colchester. Sir Thomas Webster, Bart.
Matthew Martin, Esq;
Malden. Thomas Bramston, Esq;
John Comyns, Serjeant at Law, made a Baron of the Exchequer, In his Place
Henry Parsons, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office.
Harwich. Sir Philip Parker, Bart.
Humphrey Parsons, Esq; Alderman of London.
Gloucestershire. Henry Berkeley, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Berkeley, Col. of the second Troop of Grenadier Guards, and Gentleman of the Horse to his Majesty.
Kinard de la Bere, Esq;
Gloucester. Charles Hyett, Esq;
John Snell, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John How of Stowell, Esq;
Cirencester. Thomas Maisters, Esq;
Benjamin Bathurst, Esq; youngest Brother to the Lord Bathurst.
Tewksbury. Thomas Gage, Lord Viscount Gago of Ireland.
George Read, Esq; Col. in the Foot Guards, and Brother of Sir Thomas Read, Bart.
Hereforshire. Sir Edward Goodere Knt. and Bart.
Velters Cornwal, Esq;
Hereford. Herbert Rudhal Westfaling, Esq;
William Mayo, Esq; deceased. In his Place
James Walwyn, Esq;
Leominster. Sir Archer Croft, Bart.
Sir George Caswall, Knt.
Weobly. Nicholas Philpot, Esq;
John Birch Serjeant at Law.
Dertfordshire. Sir Thomas Saunders Sebright, Bart.
Ralph Freeman, Esq;
St. Albans. William Gore, Esq;
William Clayton, Esq; made Auditor General to the Prince.
Hertford. Charles Cæsar, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Sir Thomas Clarke, Kt.
Edward Harrison, Esq; made one of the Post-Masters General. In his Place
George Harrison, Esq; Brother to the said Edward.
Duntingdonshire. John Bigg, of Eaton, Esq;
Edward Montague, Lord Viscount. Hinchinbroke, only Son of the Earl of Sandwich, Col. of Foot, Lord Lieutenant of this County, deceased. In his Place
John Trobey, Esq;
Huntingdon. Edward Wortley Montague, Esq;
Roger Handasyde, Esq; Col. of a Regiment of Foot.
Rent. Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart.
Sir Thomas Twisden, Bart.
Canterbury. Sir Thomas Hales, Bart.
Samuel Milles, Esq;
Rochester. Sir John Jennings, Kt. Admiral of the White, one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and Governor of Greenwich Hospital.
Sir Thomas Palmer, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Sir Thomas Colby, Bart. one of the Commissioners of the Navy.
Maidstone. Hon. John Finch, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Aylesford.
Sir Thomas Colepepper, Bart. dec. In his Place
Sir Barnham Ryder, Kt.
Queenborough. John Cope, Esq; Col. of the Guards.
James Littleton, Vice-Admiral of the White, dec. In his Place
David Lord Forbes, Son and Heir apparent of the Earl of Granard of Ireland.
Lancashire. Sir John Bland, Bart.
Richard Shuttleworth, Esq;
Preston. Thomas Hesketh, Esq;
Daniel Pulteney, Esq; chose likewise in this Parliament for the Borough of Heydon in the County of York, made Clerk of the Council in Ireland, and rechose.
Lancaster. Sir Thomas Lowther, Bart.
William Heysham, Esq; dec. In his Place
Charles Towers, Esq;
Newton. Sir Francis, Leicester, Bart.
William Shippen, Esq;
Wigan. Sir Roger Bradshaigh, Bart.
Hon. James Barry, Earl of Barrymore, of Ireland.
Clitbero. Thomas Lister, Esq;
Nathaniel Curzon, Esq; youngest Brother of Sir John Curzon, Bart.
Leverpool. William Cleveland, Esq; dec. In his Place
Thomas Bootle, Esq;
Sir Thomas Johnson, Kt. made Coltector of the Customs in Virginia. In his Place
Hon Langham Booth, Esq; second Brother to the Earl of Warrington, one of the Grooms of the Bedchamber to the Prince. In his Place
Thomas Brereton, Esq;
Leicestershire. Lord William Manners, only Brother of the Duke of Rutland, one of the the Lords of Bed-chamber to the Prince.
Edmund Morris of Loddington, Esq;
Letcesier. Sir George Beaumont, Bart.
Sir Lawrence Carter, Kt. one of his Majesty's Serjeants at Law, and Sollicitor General to the Prince, made one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer. In his Place
Thomas Boothby Scrimshire, Esq;
Lincolnshire. Henry Heron, Esq;
Sir William Massingbeard, Bart-dec. In his Place
Rober Vyner, Esq;
Lincoln. Sir John Tirwhit, Bart.
Sir Jn Monson, Bart. Kt. of the Bath.
Boston. Richard Ellis, Esq; only Son of Sir William Ellis, Bart.
Henry Lacey, Esq;
Great Grimsby. Charles Pelham, Esq;
Benjamin Collier, Esq;
Stamford. Hon. Charles Bertie, Esq;
Hon. Brownlow Cecil, Esq; became Earl of Exeter. In his Place
William Noel, Esq; Deputy Recorder of the said Borough, Brother to Sir Cloberly Noel, Bart.
Grantham. John Brownlow, Lord Viscount Tyrconnel of Ireland, Kt. of Bath, and Bart.
Francis Fisher, Esq;
Middleler, Hon. James Bertie, Esq; second Brother to the Earl of Abingdon.
Sir John Austen, Bart.
Westminster. Archibald Hutcheson, Esq; chose in this Parliament for the Port of Hastings.
John Cotton, Esq; Deputy Steward of the said City. Their Election declar'd void. In their Places
George Lord Carpenter, of Ireland, Governor of Minorca and Port-Mahon, Col. of a Regiment Dragoons.
Hon, Charles Montagu, Esq;
London. Francis Child, Esq; Alderman of the said City.
Richard Lock wood, Esq;
John Barnard, Esq;
Peter Godfrey, Esq; des. In his Place
Sir Richard Hopkins, Kt. Alderman of the said City.
Monmouthshire. Sir William Morgan, Kt. of the Bath, chose likewise for the Town of Brecon, Lord Lieutenant of the said C. and of Brecon.
John Hanbury, Esq;
Monmounth. Edward Keymeys, Esq;
Dorfolk. Sir Thomas Coke, Kt. of the Bath.
Thomas de Grey, Esq;
Norwich. Waller Bacon, Esq; Commissary of the Stores of War in the Island of Minorca.
Robert Brittiffe, Esq;
Lyn-Regis. Sir Robert Walpole Kt. of the Garter, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and first Commissioner of the Treasury; made principal Secretary of State, during the Regency, and rechose. P. C.
Sir Charles Turner, Kt. one of the Commissioners of the Treasury.
Great Yarmouth. Hotatio Walpole, Esq; Auditor of the Trade and Plantation Accounts, and Secretary to the Treasury, made Ambassador Extraordinary to the Court of France.
Hon. Charles Townshend, Esq; Son and Heir apparent to the Lord Viscount Townshend, calld up by a Writ, to the House of Peers. In his Place
Hon. William Townsh end, Esq; his Brother third Son of the aforesaid Lord Viscount Townshond.
Thetford. Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart.
Robert Jacombe, Esq; Deputy Paymaster of the Forces.
Castlerising. Charles Churchill, Esq; Brigadier General of his Majesty's Forces, Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince, Governor of the Town of Plymouth, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons.
Hen. William Fielding, Esq; Uncle to the Earl of Denbigh, one of the Clerks Comptrollers of his Majesty's Houshold, dec. In his Place
Algernoon Coote, Earl of Montrath of Ireland.
Dorthamptonshire. Sir Justinian I sham, Bart.
Thomas Cartwright, Esq;
Peterborough. John Fitz-Williams, Earl Fitz-Williams of Ireland.
Hon. Sidney Wortly Montague, Esq; Uncle to the Earl of Sandwich.
Northampton. Hon. Edward Montague, Esq; only Brother to the Earl of Hallifax, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot.
William Wilmer, Esq;
Brackley. William Egerton, Esq; second Brother to the Duke of Bridgwater, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot.
Sir Paul Methuen, Kt. of the Barth, made Treasurer of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose. P. C.
Higham Ferrers. Hon. Thomas Wentworth, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Rockingham, dec. In his Place
Hon. John Finch, Esq; third Son of the Earl of Nottingham, Solicitor General of the Prince, and one of his Majesty's Council learned in the Law.
Dorthumberland. Sir William Middleton, Bart.
Algernoon Earl of Hertford, only Son to the Duke of Somerset, Go vernor of Tinmouth-Fort, Captain of the second Troop of Guards, and Lord Lieatenant of the C. of Sussex; call'd up to the House of Peers, and now Lord Piercy. In his Place
William Wrightson, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Ralph Jenison, Esq;
Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir William Blacket, Bart.
William Carr, Esq;
Morpeth. Henry Howard, Lord Viscount Morpeth, Son and Heir apparent to the Barl of Carlisle.
George Carpenter, Esq; only Son of the Lord Carpenter of Ireland, Lieutenant Col. in his Majesty's Service.
Berwick upon Tweed. Grey Neville, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Hon. William Kerr, Esq; Brother to the Duke of Roxburgh, Col. of Dragoons, and Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince.
John Barrington Shute, Lord Viscount Barrington of Ireland, expell'd the House for Promoting the fraudulent Undertaking, called The Harburgh Lotttery, In his Place
Henry Grey, Esq; Brother of Grey Neville, Esq;
Dottinghamshire. Hon. Emanuel Scroop How, Lord Viscount How of Ireland.
Sir Robert Sutton, Kt. of the Bath. P. C.
Nottingham. John Plumtree, Esq; Treasurer and Pay-Master of his Majesty's Ordnance.
George Gregory, Esq; Storekeeper to the Ordnance.
East-Retford. Patrick Chaworth, Esq;
Thomas White, Esq; Clerk of the Ordnance.
Newark upon Trent. Hon. Richard Sutton, Esq; Brigadier General of his Majesty's Armies, made one of the Clerks of the Greencloth, and rechose, Envoy extraordinary to the King of Prussia.
James Pelham, Esq; Secretary to the Duke of Grafton as Lord Chamberlain.
Dron. Sir Robert Bankes Jenkinson, Bart.
Henry Perrot, Esq;
University of Oxford. William Bromley, Esq;
George Clarke, L. L. D.
City of Oxon. Thomas Rowney, Jun. Esq;
Sir John Walter, Bart. dec. In his Place
Francis Knollys Esq;
New-Woodstock. Sam. Trotman Esq;
Sir Thomas Wheat, Bart.
Banbury. Monoux Cope, Esq; Son of Sir John Cope, Bart.
Rutlandshire. Daniel Lord Finch, Son and Heir apparent to the Earl of Nottingham, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Prince. Made Comptroller of his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose. P. C.
Sir Thomas Mackworth, Bart.
Salop County. John Kynaston, Esq;
Rober Lloyd, Esq;
Salop. Corbett Kynaston, Esq; Son of the aforesaid.
John Kynaston. Esq;
Richard Lyster, Esq; not duly elected. In their Places
Orlando Bridgman; Esq; Son of Sir
John Bridgman, Bart.
Sir Richard Corbett, Bart.
Bridgnorth. John Weaver, Esq;
William Whitmore, Esq; dec. In his Place
St. John Charlton, Esq;
Ludlow. Abel Ketelby, Esq; Recorder of the said Borough.
Acton Baldwin, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Richard Herbert, Esq; second Brother to Henry Arthur Herbert, Esq;
Great Wenlock. Sir Humphrey Briggs Bart.
Samuel Edwards Esq; one of the Deputy Tellers of the Exchequer.
Bishop's-Castle. William-Peere Williams, Esq; Barrister at Law.
Bowater Vernon, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Charles Mason, Esq;
Somersetshire. Sir William Wyndham, Bart.
Edward Phelipps, Esq;
Bristol. Joseph Erle, Esq;
Sir Abraham Elton, Bart. Alderman of the City.
Bath. John Codrington, Esq;
George Wade, Esq; Lieutenant General of his Majesty's Forces, and Colonel of a Regiment of Horse.
Wells. Thomas Edwards, Jun. Esq;
Francis Gwynn, Esq; chose last and likewise in this Parl. for the Borough of Christ-Church, in the C. of Southampton.
Taunton. John Smith, Esq;
John Trenchard, Esq; dec. In his Place
Abraham Elson, Esq; eldest Son of Sir Abraham Elton, Bart.
Bridgwater. Thomas Palmer, Esq;
George Doddington, Esq; chose likewise for the Town and Port of Winchelsea, Lord Lieutenant of the C. of Somerset, made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose.
Minehead. Thomas Hales, Esq; one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth to the Prince, Son of Sir Thomas Hales, Bart.
Hon. Robert Mansel, Esq; Son and Heir apparent to the Lord Mansel, dec. In his Place
Francis Whitworth Esq; Brother to the late Lord Whitworth.
Ivelehester. Daniel Moore, Esq;
William Boroughs, Esq; made-Auditor of the Accounts of the Duties on Leather. In his Place
Thomas Paget, Esq; one of the Grooms of the Bedchamber to the Prince.
Milbourn Port. George Speak, Esq;
Michael Harvey, Esq;
Southampton. Lord Harry Powlet, Brother of the Duke of Bolton.
Lord Nassau Powlet, Kt. of the Bath, youngest Brother to the Duke of Bolton, made Auditor of the Exchequer in the Kingdom of Ireland, and rechose.
Winchester. Lord William Powlet, Uncle to the Duke of Bolton; one of the Tellers of the Exchequer.
George Bridges Esq;
Southampton. Thomas Lewis, Esq;
Thomas Missing, Esq; Proveditor General for the Garrisons of Gibraltar and Port Mahon.
Portsmouth. Sir John Norris, Kt. Admiral of the Blue, one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, and Deputy-Governor ofDover-Castle.
Sir Charles Wager, Kt. Vice-Admiral of the Red, and one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty.
Yarmouth. Anthony Morgan, Esq; Deputy Governor of the Isle of Wight.
Thomas Stanwix, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Forces, Governor of Kingston upon Hull, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot; dec. In his Place
Maurice Morgan, Esq; Son of the aforesaid Anthony Morgan, Esq; Colonel in the third Regiment of Guards.
Petersfield. Norton Powlet Esq;
Edmond Miller, Serjeant at Law, made one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland. In his Place
Joseph Taylor Esq; one of the Clerks of the Hospital of Bridewell; not duly elected. In his Place
Edmond Miller, Esq; aforesaid.
Newport. Charles Earl of March, Son and Heir apparent of the Duke of Richmond; made his Election for the City of
Chichester. In his Place
Charles, Cadogan, Esq; only Brother of the Earl Cadogan, Col. of a Regiment of Foot; became Lord Cadogan. In his Place
Sir William Willis, Bart.
Charles Whitworth, Baron of Gallway in Ireland, his Majesty's Ambassador and Plenipotentary for the Congress at Cambray, dec. In his Place
George Huxley, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Victualling-Office.
Stockbridge. John Chetwynd Esq; second Brother of the Lord Viscount Chetwynd; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations. Col. Martin Bladen, Comptroller of the Mint, and one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
New-town. Charles Worsley, Esq;
William Stephens, Esq;
Christ-Church. Francis Gwyn Esq; made his Electi on for the City of Wells. In his Place
Edward Prideaux Gwyn, Esq; Son of the aforesaid Francis Gwyn, Esq;
Sir Peter Mews, Kt. Chancellor of the Diocese of Winchester, dec. In his Place
Jacob Banks, Esq;
Lymington. Paul Burrard, Esq;
Lord Harry Powlet, Brother of the Duke of Bolton; made his Election for this County. In his Place
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Kt. Alderman of London.
Whitchurch. John Conduit Esq; made Master and Worker of his Majesty's Mint, and rechose.
Thomas Vernon, Esq; dec. In his Place
Thomas Farrington, Esq;
Andover. William Guidott, Esq;
Hon. James Brudenel, Esq; Master of the Jewel-Office, only Brother to the Earl of Cardigan.
Stastordshire. Thomas Lord Paget, Son and Heir apparent of the Earl of Uxbridge, one of the Lords of the Bed-chamber to the Prince.
Hon. William Leveson Gower, Esq; second Brother to the Lord Gower.
Lichfield. Richard Plummer, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Walter Chetwynd Esq; Pay-master of divers annual Bounties and Pensions.
Stafford. Thomas Foley, Esq; one of the Auditors of the Imprest.
John Dolphin, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Francis Elde, Esq; one of the Masters in Chancery, not duly elected. In his Place
Walter Chetwynd, Ld Viscount Chetwynd of Ireland, Chief Ranger of of St. James's Park.
Newcastle under Line. Hon. Thomas Leveson Gower, Esq; third Brother of the Lord Gower.
Sir Bryan Broughton, Bart. Gentleman of the Privy Chamber, dec. In his Place
Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot, Bart.
Tamworth. Hon. Francis Willoughby, Esq; Son and Heir apparent to the Lord Middleton.
Samuel Bracebridge, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Richard Swinsen, Esq; one of the Gentlemen of his Majesty's Privy-Chamber, dec. In his Place
Hon. George Compton, Esq; Brother of the Earl of Northampton.
Suffolk. Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart.
Sir Robert Davers, Bart. dec. In his Place
Sir William Barker, Bart.
Ipswich. Sir William Thompson, Kt. Recorder of London, made Cursitor Baron of the Exchequer, and rechose.
Francis Negus Esq; Commissioner for executing the Office of Master of the Horse.
Dunwich. Sir George Downing, Bart.
Edward Vernon, Esq; made his Election for the Borough of Penryn in the C. of Cornwal. In his Place
Sir John Ward, Kt. and Alderman, dec. In his Place
John Sambroke, Esq;
Orford. Dudley North, Esq;
William Acton, Esq;
Aldborough. Samuel Lowe, Esq; Comptroller of the Ordnance in Ireland.
Walter Plomer, Esq;
Sudhury. Col. William Wyndham, made Lieutenant Governor of the Royal Haspital of Chelsea, and rechose
John Knight, Esq;
Eye. Edward Hopkins, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland; made Master of the Revels in the said Kingdom, and rechose.
Right Hon. Sir Spencer Compton, Kt. of the Bath, made his Election for the said County. In his Place
Hon. James Cornwallis, Esq; second Brother of the Lord Cornwallis.
St. Edmundsbury. Sir Jermyn Davers, Bart.
James Reynolds Esq; Serjeant at Law, and Recorder of the said Borough; made one of the Justices of the Court of the King's Bench. In his Place
John Lord Hervey, Son and Heir apparent of the Earl of Bristol.
Surrey. John Walter Esq;
Sir Nicholas Carew, Bart. dec. In his Place
Thomas Scawen, Esq;
Southwark. Edmond Halsey, Esq;
George Meggot, Esq; deceased. In his Place
John Ladd, Esq;
Blechingly. William Clayton, Esq;
George Evelin, Esq; one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth to the Prince of Wales, dec. In his Place
Henry Arthur Herbert, Esq;
Ryegate. Sir Joseph Jekyll, Kt. Master of the Rolls, and since made first Commissioner of the Great Seal of Great-Britain, and rechose. P. C.
James Cocks, Esq;
Guildford. Thomas Broderick Esq; Brother of the Lord Viscount Middleton.
Arthur Onslow, Esq; Recorder of the said Borough.
Gatton. William Newland, Esq;
Paul Docminique, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Haslemere. James Oglethorp, Esq;
Peter Burrel, Esq;
Sussex. Right Hon. Sir Spencer Compton, Kt. of the Bath, Unkle of the Earl of Northampton, Speaker, Treasurer to the Prince, Pay-master General of his Majesty's Forces, and of Chelsea-College.
Henry Pelham, Esq; only Brother to the Duke of Newcastle, one of the Commissioners of the Treasury; made Secretary at War, and rechose. P. C.
Chichester. Sir Thomas Miller, Bart.
Charles Lenos, Earl of March, became Duke of Richmond, choselikewise for Newport, in the C. of Southampton. In his Place
Lord William Beauclair, first Brother to the Duke of St. Albans.
Horsham. Charles Eversfield Esq;
Hon. Henry Ingram, Esq; Brother of the Lord Viscount Irwin.
Midhurst. Alan Broderick, Viscount Middleton of Ireland.
Bulstrode Peachy Knight, Esq;
Lewes. Thomas Pelham, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Henry Pelham, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir Nicholas Pelham, Kt.
New-Shoreham. Sir Nathaniel Gould, Kt. Governour of the Muscovy Company.
Francis Chamberlain, Esq;
Bramber. Sir Richard Gough, Kt.
William Charles Vanhulse, Esq; Clerk Comptroller of the King's Robes, dec. In his Place
David Polhill, Esq;
Steyning. John Gumley Esq; made Commissary-General of the Forces, and rechose.
Major General John Pepper, Coll. of Dragoons, and Ranger of the Forest of Epping. dec. In his Place
John Bridges, Marquis of Caernarvon, Son and Heir apparent to the Duke of Chandos, decceased. In his Place
Hon. William Stanhope, Esq; late Ambassador in Spain, made Vice-Chamberlain of His Majesty's Housbold.
East-Grinsted. Rt. Hon. Sir Spencer Compton, Kt. of the Bath, made his Election for this C. In his Place
Richard Boyle, Lord Viscount Shannon of Ireland, Lieutenant General of his Majesty's Forces, and Col. of Horse.
John Conyers, Esq; one of his Majesty's Council at Law, dec. In his Place
Edward Conyers, Esq;
Arundel. Hon. Sir Thomas Lumley-Saunderson, Kt. of the Bath, second Brother of the Earl of Scorborough.
Joseph Micklethwait, Esq; created Viscount Micklethwait of Ireland.
Warmickshire. William Peytoe, Esq;
Hon. Robert Digby, Esq; second Son to William Lord Digby of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Edward Digby, Esq; third Son of the Lord Digby.
Coventry. Sir Adolphus Oughton, Knt. and Bart. Lieutenant Colonel of the second Regiment of Foot Guards.
John Neale, Esq; Comptroller of the Houshold to the young Princesses. Their Elections declared void, and afterwards rechose.
Warwick. Hon. Doddington Greville, Esq; third Son of Fulk, late Lord Brook.
Sir William Colemore, jun. Esq; deceased. In his Place
Sir William Keyt, Bart.
Westmorland. Hon. James Grahme, Brother to Richard late Lord Viscount Preston.
Hon. Anthony Lowther, Esq; only Brother to the Lord Viscount Lonsdale; made one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland, and rechose.
Apulby. Hon. Sackville Tufton, Esq; Nephew to the Earl of Thanet.
Sir Richard Sandford, Bart. late Warden of the Mint, deceased. In his Place
James Lowther, Esq; chose last Parliament for the County of Cumberland.
Wiltshire. Sir Richard How, Bart.
Robert Hyde, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Richard Goddard, Esq;
New Sarum. Anthony Duncomb, Esq;
Francis Kenton, Esq;
Wilton. Hon. Robert Sawyer Herbert, Esq; second Son of the Earl of Pembroke, made one of the Grooms of his Majesty's Bed-chamber, and rechose.
Thomas Pit, Earl of Londonderry in the Kingdom of Ireland, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, made Governor of the Leeward Islands.
Downeton. Hon. John Verney, Esq; youngest Son to the Lord Willoughby, made one of the Welsh Judges, and rechose.
Giles Eyre, Esq;
Hindon. Henry Ludlow Coker, Esq;
Robert Gray, Esq;
Heytesbury. Edward Ash, Esq; one of the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
Pierce a Court, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Lord Charles Cavendish, third Son of the Duke of Devonshire.
Westbury. Francis Annesley, Esq;
Hon. James Bertie, Esq; Brother to the Earl of Abingdon, made his Election for the County of Middlesex. In his Place
George Evans, Baron of Carbery in Ireland.
Calne. Benjamin Haskins Styles, Esq; made his Election for Devizes. In his Place
Edmund Heath, Esq;
George Ducket, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Excise. In his Place
Hon. Matthew Ducie Morton, Esq; Son and Heir Apparent of the Lord Ducie de Morton.
Devizes. Sir Joseph Eyles, Knt. Brother of Sir John Eyes, Bart.
Benjamin Haskins Styles, Esq; chose likewise for the Borough of Calne.
Chippenham. Sir John Eyles, Bart. Alderman of the City of London, and Sub-Governor of the South-Sea Company.
Edward Rolt, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Boucher, Esq;
Malmesbury. Sir John Rushout Bart.
Trevor Hill, Lord Viscount Hillsborough of Ireland, not duly elected. In his Place
Giles Erle, Esq; Groom of the Bed-chamber to the Prince, and one of the Clerks Comptrollers of his Majesty's Houshold.
John Fermot, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Charles Stewart, Esq; late Envoy to the Emperor of Morocco.
Cricklade. Sir Thomas Read, Bart. Gentleman of his Majesty's Privy-Chamber, and one of the Clerks of the Green-cloth to the Prince.
Thomas Gore, Esq; Lord of the Manor of the said Borough.
Great-Bedwin. Hon. Robert Bruce, Esq; second Brother of the Earl of Ailesbury.
Charles Longueville, Esq;
Ludgershal. Borlace Richmond Webb, Esq; Son of the late Lieutenant Gen. Webb
Lieut. Gen. John Richmond Webb, late Governor of the Isle of Wight, deceased. In his Place
Anthony Cornish, Esq;
Old-Sarum. Thomas Pitt, Esq; deceas'd. In his Place
George Pitt, Esq;
Robert Pitt, Esq; eldest Son of Thomas Pitt, Esq; made his Election for Okehampton. In his Place
George Moreton Pitt, Esq; made Register of the Revenue of the Excise. In his Place
John Pitt, Esq; Col. in the Guards, third Brother of Robert Pitt, Esq;
Wotton-Basset. Hon. Robert Murray, Esq; Brother of the Earl of Dunmore, Col. of a Regiment of Foot.
William Chetwynd, Esq;
Marlborough. Gabriel Roberts, Esq;
Algernoon, Earl of Hertford, only Son to the Duke of Somerset, made his Election for the County of Northumberland. In his Place
Thomas Gibson, Esq; Money Scrivener of London.
Worcestershire. Sir John Packington, Bart.
Sir Thomas Littleton, Bart.
Worcester. Thomas Wylde, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland.
Samuel Sandys, Esq;
Droitwich. Richard Foley, Esq; Brother to the Lord Foley, one of the Prothonotaries of Common-Pleas.
Edward Winnington Jeffereys, Esq; one of the Welch Judges, dec. In his Place
Thomas Winnington, Esq;
Evesham. John Rudge, Esq; Deputy-Governor of the South-Sea Company.
Sir John Rushout, Bart.
Bewdley. Crew Offley, Esq; one of the Gentlemen of the Privy-Chamber.
Yorkshire. Henry Dawney, Lord-Viscount Down of Ireland, and Bart.
Sir Arthur Kay, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Cholmondeley Turner, Esq;
York. Sir William Milner, Bart.
Edward Thompson, Esq; made one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland, and rechose.
Kingston upon Hull. Nathaniel Rogers, Esq;
Sir William St. Quintin, Bart. Vice-Treasurer, Receiver-General, and Paymaster-General of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
George Crowle, Esq;
Knaresborough. Hon. Richard Arundel, Esq; Uncle to the Lord Arundel, of Trerice, made Surveyor-General of his Majesty's Works, and rechose.
Sir Henry Slingsby, Bart.
Scarborough. Sir William Strickland, Bart. made one of the Commissioners of the Treasury, and rechose.
John Hungerford, Esq; Cursitor of Yorkshire and Westmorland.
Rippon. John Scrope, Esq; one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland, made Coadjutor-Secretary to the Treasury with Horatio Walpole, Esq; and rechose.
William Aislabie, Esq; Son of John Aislabie, Esq;
Richmond. John York, Esq;
Hon. Sir Conyers D'Arcy, Knight of the Bath, Uncle to the Right Hon. the Earl of Holderness, Master of his Majesty's Houshold, and Lord Lieutenant of the North-Riding of this County.
Heydon. William Pulteney, Esq; Lord Lieutenant of the East Riding of this County, made Cofferer to his Majesty's Houshold, and rechose; and now Ranger of the Forest of Epping. P.C.
Daniel Pulteney, Esq; made his Election for the Borough of Preston. In his Place
Harry Pulteney, Esq; Colonel in the Guards, Brother of the aforesaid William Pulteney, Esq;
Borough Bridge. James Tyrrel, Esq;
Hon. Sir Conyers D'Arcy, Kt. of the Bath, made his Election for the Borough of Richmond, in this County. In his Place
Joseph Danvers, Esq;
Malton. Sir Thomas Watson Wentworth, Knt. of the Bath.
Sir William Strickland, Bart. his Majesty's Commissary General of the Musters, deceased. In his Place
Hon. Henry Finch, Esq; fourth Son of the Earl of Nottingham.
Thirsk. Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. made one of the Commissioners of the Revenue in Ireland, and rechose.
Sir William St. Quintin, Bart.
Aldborough. William Jessop, Esq; one of the chief Justices of Wales, one of the Commissioners, and Receiver-General of the Alienation Office.
Charles Stanhope, Esq; his Majesty's Treasurer of the Chamber.
Beverly. Sir Michael Newton, Knt. of the Bath, Son of Sir John Newton, Bart.
Sir Charles Hotham, Bart. Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, deceased. In his Place
Sir Charles Hotham, Bart. Son and Heir of the aforesaid Sir Charles.
Northallerton. Leonard Smelt, Esq; Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance, and Secretary to the Master General thereof.
Henry Peirse, Esq;
Pontefract. Sir William Lowther, Bart.
John Lowther, Esq;

Barons of the CINQUEPORTS.

Hastings. Archibald Hutcheson, Esq;
Sir William Ashburnham, Bart. one of the Chamberlains of the Exchequer, and one of the Commissioners of Alienation.
Dover. George Berkeley, Esq; youngest Brother of the Earl of Berkeley, made Master of the Hospital of St. Katherine's near the Tower, and rechose.
Henry Furnese, Esq;
Sandwich. Sir George Oxenden, Bart. made one of the Lords of the Admiralty, and rechose.
Josiah Burchett, Esq; Secretary to the Commissioners of the Admiralty.
Hythe. Sir Samuel Lennard, Knt. and Bart. Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince, and Lieutenant-Colonel of the second Troop of Guards.
Hercules Baker, Esq;
New-Romney. Sir Robert Furnese, Bart.
David Papillon, Esq;
Rye. Henry, Lord Aylmer, Baron Batrach, of Ireland.
Philip Gibbon, Esq; made Surveyor-General of his Majesty's Land Revenue, and rechose.
Winchelsea. Robert Bristow, Esq; Clerk-Comptroller of his Majesty's Houshold.
George Doddington, Esq; made his Election for Bridgwater. In his Place
Hon. Thomas Townshend, Esq; second Son of the Lord Viscount Townshend.
Seaford. Sir William Gage, Knt. of the Bath, and Bart.
Sir Philip Yorke, Knt. his Majesty's Solicitor-General; made since his Majesty's Attorney-General, and rechose.

WALES.

Anglesea. Richard Bulkeley, Lord Viscount Cashel, of Ireland, deceased. In his Place
Hugh Williams, Esq;
Beaumares. Hon. Henry Bertie, Esq; third Brother to the Earl of Abingdon.
Brecon. William-Gwynn Vaughan, Esq;
Brecon. Sir William Morgan, Knt. of the Bath, made bis Election for the said County. In his Place
Thomas Morgan, Esq; only Brother of the aforesaid Sir William Morgan.
Cardigan. Francis Cornwallis, Esq;
Cardigan. Stephen Parry, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Thomas Powell, Esq;
Carmarthen. Edward Rice, Esq; not duly elected. In his Place
Sir Nicholas Williams, Bart.
Carmarthen. Richard Vaughan, Esq; one of the Welsh Judges, deceased. In his Place
James Phillips, Esq;
Carnarbon. John Griffith, Esq;
Carnarvon. Thomas Wynne, Esq; Clerk of the Greencloth to the Prince.
Denbigh. Watkin-Williams Wynne, Esq;
Denbigh. Robert Myddelton, Esq;
Flint. Sir Roger Mostyn, Bart.
Flint. Thomas Eyton, Esq;
Glamorgan. Sir Charles Keymis, Bart.
Cardiffe. Edward Stradling, Esq; Son of Sir Edward Stradling, Bart. deceased. In his Place
Hon. Bussy Mansell, Esq; Uncle of the Lord Mansell.
Merioneth. Richard Vaughan of Korsygedol, in this County, Esq;
Montgomery. Hon. Price Devereux, Esq; Son and Heir Apparent of the Lord Viscount Hereford.
Montgomery. John Pugh, of Mathafarne, Esq;
Pembroke. Sir Arthur Owen, Bart. Lord Lieutenant of the said County.
Pembroke. Thomas Ferrers, Esq; Brigadier General of his Majesty's Forces, and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, deceased. In his Place
William Owen, Esq; eldest Son of the aforesaid Sir Arthur Owen, Bart.
Haverford-West. Francis Edwards, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Erasmus Philipps, Son and Heir of Sir John Philipps, Bart.
Radnor. Sir Humphrey Howarth, Knt.
New Radnor. Thomas Lewis, Esq;

SCOTLAND.

Shire of Aberdeen. Archibald Grant, Esq;
Shire of Air. John Montgomery, Esq;
Shire of Argyle. Sir James Campbell, Bart.
Shire of Bamff. Alexander Abercromby, Esq;
Shire of Berwick. George Bailie, Esq;
Shire of Bute and Cathness. Colonel Patrick Campbell.
Shires of Nairn and Cromartie. John Forbes, Esq;
Shire of Dumbarton. Mungo Haldane, Esq; not duly elected In his Place
Hon. John Campbell, Esq; Surveyor of the King's Works in Scotland.
Shire of Dumfries. Charles Areskine, Esq; made Solicitor General for Scotland, and rechose.
Shire of Edinburgh. Robert Dundass, Esq;
Shire of Elgin. Alexander Brodie, Esq;
Shire of Fife. Sir John Anstruther, Bart. Master of his Majesty's Works in Scotland.
Shire of Forfar. James Scot, Jun. Esq;
Shire of Hadington. John Cockburn, Esq; one of the Commissioners of the Admiralty, eldest Son of the Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland.
Shire of Inverness. James Grant, Esq;
Shire of Kincardin. James Scott, Esq; Lieutenant Colonel of the third Regiment of Foot Guards.
Shires of Kingross and Clacmanan.
Sir John Shaw, Bart.
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. Alexander Murray, Esq;
Shire of Lanerk Lord Archibald Hamilton, Uncle to the Duke of Hamilton.
Shire of Linlithgow. George Dundass, Esq;
Shire of Orkney and Zetland. George Douglass, Esq; only Brother of the Earl of Moreton.
Shire of Peebles. Hon. John Douglass, Esq;
Shire of Perth. Lord James Murray, now Duke of Athol. In his Place
David Grahme, Esq; deceased. In his Place
Mungo Haldane, Esq; chose before in this Parliament for the Shire of Dumbarton.
Shire of Rensrew. Major Thomas Cockrane.
Shire of Ross. Alexander Urquhart, Esq;
Shire of Roxburgh. Sir Gilbert Elliot, Bart. made one of the Lords of the Session. In his Room
Sir Gilbert Elliot, Bart.
Shire of Selkirk. John Pringle, Esq;
Shire of Stirling. John Grahme, jun. Esq;
Shire of Sutherland. Sir William Gordon, Bart.
Shire of Wigtoun. Hon. John Stuart, Esq; Brigadier-General of his Majesty's Forces, and Brother of the Earl of Galloway.
City of Edinburgh. John Campbell, Esq;
Burghs of Kirkwall
Week
Dornock
Dingwall
Taine
Robert Monro, Esq;
Burghs of Fortrose
Inverness
Nairn
Fotress
Alexander Gordon, Esq; not duly returned. In his Place
Duncan Forbes, Esq; made Lord Advocate of the College of Justice and rechose.
Burghs of Elgin
Cullen
Bamff
Inverury
Kintore
Hon. William Fraser, Esq; Brother to the Lord Salton, not duly elected. 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
Hon. William Kerr, Esq; Brother to the Duke of Roxburgh, Colonel of Dragoons, and Groom of the Bed-chamber to the Prince, chose last Parliament for the Burghs of Dysert, &c. not duly returned. In his Place
John Middleton, Esq; Col of Foot, and Deputy Governer of Tinmouth Fort.
Burghs of Forfar
Perth
Dundee
Coupar
St. Andrews
Hon. Charles Leslie, Esq; one of the Brothers of the E. of Rothes, his Indenture taken off the File. D.R.
William Erskine, Esq;
Burghs of Craill
Kilrennie
Anstruther Easter
Anstruther Wester
Pettenweem
David Scot, Esq; his Indenture taken off the File. D.R.
Philip Anstruther of Ardie, Esq; Colonel in the Foot Guards.
Burghs of Dysert
Kirkaldie
Kinghorne
Burntisland
Hon. Thomas Leslie, Esq; Brother of the Earl of Rothes, not duly returned. In his Place
Hon. James Sinclair, Esq; Second Son of the Lord Sinclair, Major in the third Regimens of Foot Guards.
Burghs of Inverkithen
Dunfermline
Queensferry
Culcross
Stirling
Henry Cunningham, jun, Esq; Commissary General of the Musters in Scotland.
Burghs of Glasgow
Renfrew
Rutherglen
Dumbarton
Daniel Campbel, Esq;
Burghs of Hadington
Dunbarr
North Berwick
Lauder
Jedburgh
Sir James Dalrymple, Bart. Auditor General in Scotland.
Burghs of Selkirk
Peebles
Linlithgow
Lanerk
Daniel Weir, Esq; deceased. In his Place—Murray, Esq;
Burghs of Dumfries
Sanquhar
Annan
Lockmaben
Kirkcudbright
William Douglass, Esq;
Burghs of Wigtoun
New Galloway
Stranraver
Whitehorn
Hon. William Dalrymple, Esq; Colonel of the Foot Guards, second Brother to the Earl of Stair.
Burghs of Air
Irvin
Rothesay
Campbletoun
Inverary
William Stuart, Esq;