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MPs 1660 - 1885

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List of Members of Parliament for Midhurst
from 1660 to 1885
 
  • Mr George Smith
  • December 27, 1800 - November 17, 1806
  • Mr Edmund Turnor
  • December 24, 1802 - November 1, 1806
  • Mr William Wickham
  • November 1, 1806 - January 26, 1807
  • Mr John Smith
  • November 1, 1806 - January 26, 1807
  • Mr Henry Plunket
  • January 26, 1807 - May 9, 1807
  • Baron Plunket
  • January 26, 1807 - May 9, 1807
  • Mr Samuel Abercromby
  • May 9, 1807 - July 22, 1807
  • Mr Thomas Thompson
  • July 22, 1807 - August 4, 1818
  • Mr George Smith
  • October 7, 1812 - December 21, 1812
  • Mr Philip Stanhope
  • December 21, 1812 - February 3, 1817
  • Sir Oswald Mosley
  • February 3, 1817 - June 16, 1818
  • Mr John Smith
  • June 16, 1818 - August 9, 1830
  • Mr Samuel Smith
  • June 16, 1818 - March 9, 1820
  • Mr Abel Smith
  • March 9, 1820 - July 31, 1830
  • Mr John Smith
  • July 31, 1830 - April 30, 1831
  • Mr George Smith
  • July 31, 1830 - April 30, 1831
  • Mr Martin Smith
  • April 30, 1831 - December 11, 1832
  • Hon. George Smith
  • April 30, 1831 - December 11, 1832
  • Hon. Frederick Spencer
  • December 10, 1832 - January 6, 1835
  • Mr William Poyntz
  • January 6, 1835 - December 12, 1837
  • Hon. Frederick Spencer
  • December 12, 1837 - June 29, 1841
  • Sir Horace Seymour
  • June 29, 1841 - December 21, 1845
  • Mr Spencer Walpole
  • January 30, 1846 - 1856
  • Mr Samuel Warren
  • February 7, 1856 - 1859
  • Sir John Hardy
  • March 3, 1859 - April 28, 1859
  • Mr William Mitford
  • April 28, 1859 - January 31, 1874
  • Mr Charles Perceval
  • January 31, 1874 - August 2, 1874
  • Sir Henry Holland
  • September 23, 1874 - November 24, 1885

     


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