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List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1900


List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1900

25th Parliament (1892)
26th Parliament (1895)
27th Parliament (1900)
28th Parliament (1906)
29th Parliament (January 1910)

This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the 27th Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1900 general election, held over several days from 25 September to 24 October 1900.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Winston Churchill Thomas James Macnamara, Jack Seely and Andrew Bonar Law. Also notable was the election of the first two Labour MPs, Keir Hardie and Richard Bell.

Table of contents:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z By-elections Changes


Constituency MP Party
Aberdeen North Duncan Vernon Pirie Liberal
Aberdeen South James Bryce Liberal
Aberdeenshire East Archibald White Maconochie Liberal Unionist
Aberdeenshire West Robert Farquharson Liberal
Abingdon Archie Kirkman Loyd Conservative
Accrington Joseph Leese Liberal
Altrincham Coningsby Disraeli Conservative
Andover William Wither Bramston Beach Conservative
Anglesey Ellis Ellis-Griffith Liberal
Antrim East James Martin McCalmont Irish Unionist
Antrim Mid Robert Torrens O'Neill Irish Unionist
Antrim North William Moore Irish Unionist
Antrim South William Ellison-Macartney Irish Unionist
Appleby Richard Rigg Liberal
Arfon William Jones Liberal
Argyllshire Donald Ninian Nicol Conservative
Armagh Mid John Lonsdale Irish Unionist
Armagh North Edward James Saunderson Irish Unionist
Armagh South John Campbell Healyite Nationalist
Ashburton Charles Seale-Hayne Liberal
Ashford Laurence Hardy Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Herbert Whiteley Conservative
Aston Manor Evelyn Cecil Conservative
Aylesbury Hon. Walter Rothschild Liberal Unionist
Ayr District of Burghs Charles Lindsay Orr-Ewing Conservative
Ayrshire North Thomas Cochrane Liberal Unionist
Ayrshire South Sir William Arrol Liberal Unionist


Banbury Albert Brassey Conservative
Banffshire Alexander William Black Liberal
Barkston Ash Robert Gunter Conservative
Barnard Castle Sir Joseph Pease, Bt Liberal
Barnsley Sir Joseph Walton, Bt Liberal
Barnstaple Ernest Soares Liberal
Barrow-in-Furness Sir Charles Cayzer Conservative
Basingstoke Arthur Frederick Jeffreys Conservative
Bassetlaw Sir Frederick Milner, Bt Conservative
(Two members)
Wyndham Murray Conservative
Edmond Wodehouse Liberal Unionist
Battersea John Burns Liberal
Bedford Charles Guy Pym Conservative
Belfast, East Gustav Wilhelm Wolff Irish Unionist
Belfast, North James Horner Haslett Irish Unionist
Belfast, South William Johnston Irish Unionist
Belfast, West Hugh Oakeley Arnold-Forster Liberal Unionist
Bermondsey Henry Cust Conservative
Berwick-upon-Tweed Sir Edward Grey, Bt Liberal
Berwickshire Harold Tennant Liberal
Bethnal Green North East Sir Mancherjee Bhownagree Conservative
Bethnal Green South West Samuel Forde Ridley Conservative
Bewdley Alfred Baldwin Conservative
Biggleswade Lord Alwyne Compton Liberal Unionist
Birkenhead Sir Elliott Lees, Bt Conservative
Birmingham Bordesley Jesse Collings Liberal Unionist
Birmingham Central Ebenezer Parkes Liberal Unionist
Birmingham East Sir John Benjamin Stone Conservative
Birmingham Edgbaston Francis Lowe Conservative
Birmingham North John Throgmorton Middlemore Liberal Unionist
Birmingham South Joseph Powell-Williams Liberal Unionist
Birmingham West Joseph Chamberlain Liberal Unionist
Birr Michael Reddy Irish Parliamentary Party
Bishop Auckland James Mellor Paulton Liberal
(Two members)
Sir William Hornby, Bt Conservative
Sir William Coddington, Bt Conservative
Blackpool Henry Wilson Worsley-Taylor Conservative
Bodmin Sir Lewis Molesworth, Bt Liberal Unionist
(Two members)
Herbert Shepherd-Cross Conservative
George Harwood Liberal
Bootle Thomas Myles Sandys Conservative
Boston William Garfit Conservative
Bosworth Charles McLaren Liberal
Bow and Bromley Lionel Raleigh Holland Conservative
Bradford Central James Wanklyn Liberal Unionist
Bradford East Ronald Henry Fulke Greville Conservative
Bradford West Ernest Flower Conservative
Brecknockshire Charles Morley Liberal
Brentford James Bigwood Conservative
Bridgwater Edward Stanley Conservative
Brigg Harold James Reckitt Liberal
(Two members)
Gerald Loder Conservative
Bruce Canning Vernon-Wentworth Conservative
Bristol East Charles Hobhouse Liberal
Bristol North Sir Frederick Wills, Bt Liberal Unionist
Bristol South Walter Long Conservative
Bristol West Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Bt Conservative
Brixton Sir Robert Mowbray, Bt Conservative
Buckingham William Walter Carlile Conservative
Buckrose Sir Luke White Liberal
Burnley William Mitchell Conservative
Burton Robert Frederick Ratcliff Liberal Unionist
Bury James Kenyon Conservative
Bury St Edmunds Sir Edward Greene, Bt Conservative
Buteshire Andrew Murray Conservative


Caithness-shire Robert Harmsworth Liberal
Camberwell North Thomas James Macnamara Liberal
Camborne William Sproston Caine Liberal
Cambridge Sir Robert Uniacke-Penrose-Fitzgerald, Bt Conservative
Cambridge University
(Two members)
Richard Claverhouse Jebb Conservative
Sir John Eldon Gorst Conservative
Canterbury John Henniker-Heaton Conservative
Cardiff District Sir Edward James Reed Liberal
Cardiganshire Matthew Vaughan-Davies Liberal
Carlisle William Gully Liberal (Speaker)
County Carlow John Hammond Irish Parliamentary Party
Carmarthen District Alfred Davies Liberal
Carmarthenshire East Abel Thomas Liberal
Carmarthenshire West John Lloyd Morgan Liberal
Carnarvon David Lloyd George Liberal
Cavan East Samuel Young Irish Parliamentary Party
Cavan West Thomas McGovern Irish Parliamentary Party
Chatham Sir Horatio David Davies Conservative
Chelmsford Carne Rasch Conservative
Chelsea Charles Algernon Whitmore Conservative
Cheltenham James Agg-Gardner Conservative
Chertsey Henry Currie Leigh-Bennett Conservative
Chester Robert Yerburgh Conservative
Chester-le-Street Sir James Joicey, Bt Liberal
Chesterfield Thomas Bayley Liberal
Chesterton Walter Raymond Greene Conservative
Chichester Lord Edmund Talbot Conservative
Chippenham Sir John Dickson-Poynder, Bt Conservative
Chorley Lord Balniel Conservative
Christchurch Kenneth Robert Balfour Conservative
Cirencester Hon. Benjamin Bathurst Conservative
Clackmannan and Kinrossshire Eugene Wason Liberal
Clapham Percy Melville Thornton Conservative
Clare East William Hoey Kearney Redmond Irish Parliamentary Party
Clare West John Eustace Jameson Irish Parliamentary Party
Cleveland Alfred Pease Liberal
Clitheroe Sir Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth, Bt Liberal
Cockermouth Sir John Scurrah Randles Conservative
Colchester Sir Weetman Pearson, Bt Liberal
Colne Valley Sir James Kitson, Bt Liberal
Cork City
(Two members)
J. F. X. O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
William O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork East Anthony John Charles Donelan Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork Mid Charles Kearns Deane Tanner Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork North James Christopher Flynn Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork North East William Abraham Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork South Edward Barry Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork South East Eugene Crean Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork West James Gilhooly Irish Parliamentary Party
Coventry Charles James Murray Conservative
Crewe James Tomkinson Liberal
Cricklade Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice Liberal
Croydon Charles Thomson Ritchie Conservative


Darlington Herbert Pease Liberal Unionist
Dartford Sir William Hart Dyke, Bt Conservative
Darwen John Rutherford Conservative
Denbigh District George Thomas Kenyon Liberal Unionist
Denbighshire East Samuel Moss Liberal
Denbighshire West John Roberts Liberal
Deptford Arthur Henry Aylmer Morton Conservative
(Two members)
Sir Thomas Roe Liberal
Richard Bell Labour
Derbyshire Mid James Alfred Jacoby Liberal
Derbyshire North East Thomas Bolton Liberal
Derbyshire South John Gretton Conservative
Derbyshire West Victor Cavendish Liberal Unionist
Devizes Edward Alfred Goulding Conservative
(Two members)
Hudson Kearley Liberal
Edward John Chalmers Morton Liberal
Dewsbury Mark Oldroyd Liberal
Doncaster Frederick Fison Conservative
Donegal East Edward McFadden Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal North William O'Doherty Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal South J. G. Swift MacNeill Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal West James Boyle Irish Parliamentary Party
Dorset East Hon. Humphrey Sturt Conservative
Dorset North John Kenelm Digby Wingfield-Digby Conservative
Dorset South William Ernest Brymer Conservative
Dorset West Robert Williams Conservative
Dover George Wyndham Conservative
Down East James Alexander Rentoul Irish Unionist
Down North Thomas Lorimer Corbett Irish Unionist
Down South Michael McCartan Irish Parliamentary Party
Down West Arthur Hill Irish Unionist
Droitwich Richard Biddulph Martin Liberal Unionist
County Dublin North J. J. Clancy Irish Parliamentary Party
County Dublin South John Joseph Mooney Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin College Green Joseph Patrick Nannetti Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin Harbour Timothy Harrington Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Patrick's William Field Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Stephen's Green James McCann Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin University
(Two members)
Edward Carson Conservative
William Edward Hartpole Lecky Irish Unionist
Dudley Brooke Robinson Conservative
Dulwich Sir John Blundell Maple, Bt Conservative
Dumbartonshire Alexander Wylie Conservative
Dumfries District of Burghs Sir Robert Threshie Reid Liberal
Dumfriesshire William Jardine Herries Maxwell Conservative
Dundee Edmund Robertson Liberal
Dundee Sir John Leng Liberal
Durham Hon. Arthur Elliot Liberal Unionist
Durham Mid John Wilson Liberal
Durham North West Llewellyn Atherley-Jones Liberal
Durham South East Viscount Lambton Liberal Unionist


Ealing Lord George Hamilton Conservative
East Grinstead Hon. George Goschen Conservative
Eastbourne Sir Lindsay Hogg Conservative
Eccles Octavius Leigh Clare Conservative
Eddisbury Henry James Tollemache Conservative
Edinburgh Central George Mackenzie Brown Liberal
Edinburgh East Sir George McCrae Liberal
Edinburgh South Sir Andrew Agnew, Bt Conservative
Edinburgh West Sir Lewis McIver, Bt Liberal Unionist
Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities Sir John Batty Tuke Conservative
Egremont James Robert Bain Conservative
Eifion John Bryn Roberts Liberal
Elgin District of Burghs Alexander Asher Liberal
Elgin and Nairnshires John Edward Gordon Conservative
Elland Charles Trevelyan Liberal
Enfield Henry Ferryman Bowles Conservative
Epping Mark Lockwood Conservative
Epsom William Keswick Conservative
Eskdale Claude Lowther Conservative
Essex South East Edward Tufnell Conservative
Evesham Charles Wigram Long Conservative
Exeter Edgar Vincent Conservative
Eye Francis Seymour Stevenson Liberal


Falkirk District of Burghs John Wilson Liberal Unionist
Fareham Arthur Lee Conservative
Faversham John Howard Conservative
Fermanagh North Sir Edward Archdale Irish Unionist
Fermanagh South Jeremiah Jordan Irish Parliamentary Party
Fife East H. H. Asquith Liberal
Fife West John Deans Hope Liberal
Finsbury Central William Massey-Mainwaring Conservative
Finsbury East Henry Charles Richards Conservative
Flint District Herbert Lewis Liberal
Flintshire Samuel Smith Liberal
Forest of Dean Sir Charles Dilke, Bt Liberal
Forfarshire John Sinclair Liberal
Frome John Barlow Liberal
Fulham William Hayes Fisher Conservative


Gainsborough Seymour Fitzroy Ormsby-Gore Unionist
Galway Borough Hon. Martin Morris Irish Unionist
Galway Connemara William O'Malley Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway East John Roche Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway North John Philip Nolan Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway South William Duffy Irish Parliamentary Party
Gateshead Sir William Allan Liberal
Glamorganshire East Alfred Thomas Liberal
Glamorganshire Mid Samuel Thomas Evans Liberal
Glamorganshire South Windham Wyndham-Quin Conservative
Glasgow Blackfriars and Hutchesontown Andrew Bonar Law Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton Charles Dickson Unionist
Glasgow Camlachie Alexander Cross Liberal Unionist
Glasgow Central John George Alex Baird Conservative
Glasgow College Sir John Stirling-Maxwell, Bt Conservative
Glasgow St Rollox John Wilson Liberal Unionist
Glasgow Tradeston Archibald Corbett Liberal Unionist
Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities James Alexander Campbell Conservative
Gloucester Russell Rea Liberal
Gorton Ernest Hatch Conservative
Govan Robert Hunter Craig Liberal
Gower District John Aeron Thomas Liberal
Grantham Sir Arthur Priestley Liberal
Gravesend Sir Gilbert Parker Unionist
Great Grimsby Sir George Doughty Liberal Unionist
Great Yarmouth Sir John Colomb Conservative
Greenock James Reid Unionist
Greenwich Lord Hugh Cecil Conservative
Guildford Hon. St John Brodrick Conservative


Hackney Central Augustus Henry Eden Allhusen Conservative
Hackney North William Robert Bousfield Conservative
Hackney South Thomas Herbert Robertson Conservative
Haddingtonshire Richard Haldane Liberal
Haggerston William Randal Cremer Liberal
(Two members)
Sir Savile Crossley, Bt Liberal Unionist
John Henry Whitley Liberal
Hallamshire Sir Frederick Mappin, Bt Liberal
Hammersmith William Bull Conservative
Hampstead Edward Brodie Hoare Conservative
Handsworth Sir Henry Meysey-Thompson, Bt Liberal Unionist
Hanley Arthur Howard Heath Conservative
Harborough John William Logan Liberal
Harrow Irwin Cox Conservative
Hartlepools, The Christopher Furness Liberal
Harwich James Round Conservative
Hastings Freeman Freeman-Thomas Liberal
Hawick District of Burghs Thomas Shaw Liberal
Henley Robert Trotter Hodge Conservative
Hereford John Stanhope Arkwright Conservative
Hertford Abel Smith Conservative
Hexham Wentworth Beaumont Liberal
Heywood George Kemp Liberal Unionist—1904: Liberal
High Peak Oswald Partington Liberal
Hitchin George Bickersteth Hudson Conservative
Holborn Sir Charles Hall Conservative
Holderness Arthur Wilson Conservative
Holmfirth Henry Wilson Liberal
Honiton Sir John Kennaway, Bt Conservative
Horncastle Lord Willoughby de Eresby Conservative
Hornsey Charles Barrington Balfour Conservative
Horsham John Heywood Johnstone Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Robert Cameron Liberal
Howdenshire William Henry Wilson-Todd Conservative
Hoxton Claude George Drummond Hay Unionist
Huddersfield Sir James Woodhouse, Bt Liberal
Hull Central Sir Henry King Conservative
Hull East Joseph Thomas Firbank Conservative
Hull West Charles Wilson Liberal
Huntingdon Arthur Smith-Barry Conservative
Hyde Edward Chapman Conservative
Hythe Sir Edward Sassoon, Bt Liberal Unionist


Ilkeston Sir Balthazar Walter Foster Liberal
Ince Henry Blundell Conservative
Inverness District of Burghs Robert Finlay Liberal Unionist
Inverness-shire Sir John Alexander Dewar, Bt. Liberal
(Two members)
Daniel Ford Goddard Liberal
Sir Charles Dalrymple, Bt Conservative
Isle of Thanet James Lowther Conservative
Isle of Wight J. E. B. Seely Conservative—1904: Liberal
Islington East Benjamin Cohen Conservative
Islington North George Christopher Trout Bartley Conservative
Islington South Sir Albert Rollit Conservative
Islington West Thomas Lough Liberal


Jarrow Sir Charles Palmer, Bt Liberal


Keighley John Brigg Liberal
Kendal Josceline FitzRoy Bagot Conservative
Kennington Frederick Lucas Cook Conservative
Kensington North William Edward Thompson Sharpe Conservative
Kensington South Earl Percy Conservative
Kerry East John Murphy Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry North Michael Joseph Flavin Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry South John Pius Boland Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry West Thomas O'Donnell Irish Parliamentary Party
Kidderminster Sir Augustus Godson Conservative
Kildare North Edmund Leamy Irish Parliamentary Party
Kildare South Matthew Joseph Minch Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilkenny City Pat O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
County Kilkenny North Patrick McDermott Irish Parliamentary Party
County Kilkenny South James O'Mara Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilmarnock John McAusland Denny Conservative
Kincardineshire John William Crombie Liberal
King's Lynn Thomas Gibson Bowles Conservative
Kingston-upon-Thames Thomas Skewes-Cox Conservative
Kingswinford William George Webb Conservative
Kirkcaldy District of Burghs James Dalziel Liberal
Kirkcudbrightshire Sir Mark MacTaggart-Stewart, Bt Conservative
Knutsford Hon. Alan Egerton Conservative


Lambeth North Frederick William Horner Conservative
Lanarkshire Mid James Caldwell Liberal
Lanarkshire North East John Colville Liberal
Lanarkshire North West Charles Mackinnon Douglas Liberal
Lanarkshire South Hon. James Hozier Conservative
Lancaster Sir Norval Watson Helme Liberal
Launceston Sir John Fletcher Moulton Liberal
Leeds Central Gerald Balfour Conservative
Leeds East Henry Cautley Conservative
Leeds North William Jackson Conservative
Leeds South John Lawson Walton Liberal
Leeds West Herbert Gladstone Liberal
Leek Charles Bill Conservative
(Two members)
Henry Broadhurst Liberal
Sir John Fowke Lancelot Rolleston Unionist
Leigh C. P. Scott Liberal
Leith District of Burghs Ronald Munro-Ferguson Liberal
Leitrim North Patrick Aloysius McHugh Irish Parliamentary Party
Leitrim South Jasper Tully Irish Parliamentary Party
Leix Mark Antony MacDonnell Irish Parliamentary Party
Leominster Sir James Rankin, Bt Conservative
Lewes Sir Henry Fletcher, Bt Conservative
Lewisham John Penn Conservative
Lichfield Courtenay Warner Liberal
Limehouse Harry Simon Samuel Conservative
Limerick City Michael Joyce Irish Parliamentary Party
County Limerick East William Lundon Irish Parliamentary Party
County Limerick West Patrick Joseph O'Shaughnessy Irish Parliamentary Party
Lincoln Charles Hilton Seely Liberal Unionist
Linlithgowshire Alexander Ure Liberal
Liverpool Abercromby William Frederic Lawrence Conservative
Liverpool Everton Sir John Archibald Willox Conservative
Liverpool Exchange Charles McArthur Liberal Unionist
Liverpool Kirkdale David MacIver Conservative
Liverpool Scotland T. P. O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party
Liverpool East Toxteth Augustus Frederick Warr Conservative
Liverpool West Toxteth Robert Paterson Houston Conservative
Liverpool Walton James Henry Stock Conservative
Liverpool West Derby Samuel Wasse Higginbottom Conservative
London, City of Sir Joseph Dimsdale, Bt Unionist
London, City of Hon. Alban Gibbs Conservative
London University Sir Michael Foster Liberal Unionist - 1903:Liberal
Londonderry The Marquess of Hamilton Irish Unionist
Londonderry North John Atkinson Conservative
Londonderry South John Gordon Liberal Unionist
Longford North James Patrick Farrell Irish Parliamentary Party
Longford South Edward Blake Irish Parliamentary Party
North Lonsdale Richard Cavendish Liberal Unionist
Loughborough Sir Maurice Levy Liberal
Louth Robert Perks Liberal
Louth North Timothy Michael Healy Healyite Nationalist
Louth South Joseph Nolan Healyite Nationalist
Lowestoft Francis Alfred Lucas Conservative
Ludlow Robert Jasper More Liberal Unionist
Luton Thomas Gair Ashton Liberal


Macclesfield William Bromley-Davenport Conservative
Maidstone Sir John Barker Liberal
Maldon Hon. Charles Hedley Strutt Conservative
Manchester East Arthur Balfour Conservative
Manchester North Charles Schwann Liberal
Manchester North East Sir James Fergusson, Bt Conservative
Manchester North West Sir William Houldsworth, Bt Conservative
Manchester South Hon. William Wellesley Peel Liberal Unionist
Manchester South West William Johnson Galloway Conservative
Mansfield Sir Arthur Markham Liberal
Marylebone East Edmund Boulnois Conservative
Marylebone West Sir Samuel Scott, Bt Conservative
Mayo East John Dillon Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo North Conor O'Kelly Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo South John O'Donnell Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo West Robert Ambrose Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath North Patrick White Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath South James Laurence Carew Independent Irish Parliamentary Party
Medway Charles Edward Warde Conservative
Melton Lord Cecil Manners Conservative
Merionethshire Sir Arthur Osmond Williams Liberal
Merthyr Tydfil
(Two members)
David Alfred Thomas Liberal
Keir Hardie Labour
Middlesbrough Sir Samuel Alexander Sadler Conservative
Middleton Edward Brocklehurst Fielden Conservative
Midlothian The Master of Elibank Liberal
Mile End Spencer Charrington Conservative
Monaghan North Edward Charles Thompson Irish Parliamentary Party
Monaghan South James Daly Irish Parliamentary Party
Monmouth Boroughs Frederick Rutherfoord Harris Conservative
Monmouthshire North Reginald McKenna Liberal
Monmouthshire South Frederick Courtenay Morgan Conservative
Monmouthshire West Sir William Vernon Harcourt Liberal
Montgomery District Edward Pryce-Jones Conservative
Montgomeryshire Arthur Charles Humphreys-Owen Liberal
Montrose District of Burghs John Morley Liberal
Morley Alfred Eddison Hutton Liberal
Morpeth Thomas Burt Liberal


New Forest Hon. John Douglas-Scott-Montagu Conservative
Newark Sir Charles Welby, Bt Conservative
Newbury William Mount Conservative
(Two members)
Sir Walter Richard Plummer Conservative
George Renwick Conservative
Newcastle-under-Lyme Sir Alfred Seale Haslam Liberal Unionist
Newington West Cecil Norton Liberal
Newmarket Harry Leslie Blundell McCalmont Conservative
Newport William Kenyon-Slaney Conservative
Newry Patrick George Hamilton Carvill Irish Parliamentary Party
Newton Richard Pilkington Conservative
Norfolk East Robert John Price Liberal
Norfolk Mid Frederick William Wilson Liberal
Norfolk North Sir William Brampton Gurdon Liberal
Norfolk North West Sir George White Liberal
Norfolk South Arthur Wellesley Soames Liberal
Norfolk South West Thomas Leigh Hare Conservative
Normanton Benjamin Pickard Liberal
(Two members)
Henry Labouchère Liberal
John Greenwood Shipman Liberal
Northamptonshire East Francis Channing Liberal
Northamptonshire Mid Hon. Charles Spencer Liberal
Northamptonshire North Sackville George Stopford-Sackville Conservative
Northamptonshire South Hon. Edward FitzRoy Conservative
Northwich Sir John Brunner, Bt Liberal
(Two members)
Sir Samuel Hoare, Bt Conservative
Sir Harry Bullard Conservative
Norwood Ernest Tritton Conservative
Nottingham East Edward Bond Conservative
Nottingham South Lord Henry Cavendish-Bentinck Conservative
Nottingham West James Henry Yoxall Liberal
Nuneaton Francis Newdegate Conservative


(Two members)
Alfred Emmott Liberal
Winston Churchill Conservative
Orkney and Shetland Cathcart Wason Liberal Unionist (Independent Liberal from 1902)
Ormskirk Hon. Arthur Stanley Conservative
Osgoldcross Sir John Austin Independent Liberal
Ossory William Delany Irish Parliamentary Party
Oswestry Stanley Leighton Conservative
Otley Sir James Hastings Duncan Liberal
Oxford The Viscount Valentia Conservative
Oxford University
(Two members)
John Gilbert Talbot Conservative
Sir William Anson, Bt Liberal Unionist


Paddington North John Aird Conservative
Paddington South Sir George Fardell Conservative
Paisley Sir William Dunn, Bt Liberal
Partick James Parker Smith Liberal Unionist
Peckham Frederick Banbury Conservative
Peebles and Selkirk Walter Thorburn Liberal Unionist
Pembroke and Haverfordwest District John Wimburn Laurie Conservative
Pembrokeshire Sir John Philipps Liberal
Penrith James Lowther Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth Frederick John Horniman Liberal
Perth Robert Wallace Liberal
Perthshire Eastern Sir John Kinloch, Bt Liberal
Perthshire Western John Stroyan Conservative
Peterborough Robert Purvis Liberal Unionist
Petersfield William Graham Nicholson Liberal Unionist
(Two members)
Henry Duke Conservative
Hon. Ivor Guest Conservative—1904: Liberal
Pontefract Thomas Willans Nussey Liberal
Poplar Sydney Buxton Liberal
(Two members)
Reginald Jaffray Lucas Unionist
James Henry Alexander Majendie Unionist
(Two members)
Robert William Hanbury Conservative
William Edward Murray Tomlinson Conservative
Prestwich Frederick Cawley Liberal
Pudsey George Whiteley Liberal



Radcliffe-cum-Farnworth Theodore Cooke Taylor Liberal
Radnorshire Francis Edwards Liberal
Ramsey Ailwyn Fellowes Conservative
Reading George William Palmer Liberal
Reigate Hon. Henry Cubitt Conservative
Renfrewshire East Hugh Shaw-Stewart Conservative
Renfrewshire West Charles Bine Renshaw Conservative
Rhondda District William Abraham Liberal
Richmond John Hutton Conservative
Ripon John Lloyd Wharton Conservative
Rochdale Clement Molyneux Royds Conservative
Rochester Viscount Cranborne Conservative
Romford Louis Sinclair Conservative
Roscommon North James Joseph O'Kelly Irish Parliamentary Party
Roscommon South John Patrick Hayden Irish Parliamentary Party
Ross Percy Archer Clive Liberal Unionist
Ross and Cromarty James Galloway Weir Liberal
Rossendale William Mather Liberal
Rotherham William Holland Liberal
Rotherhithe John Cumming Macdona Conservative
Roxburghshire The Earl of Dalkeith Conservative
Rugby Corrie Grant Liberal
Rushcliffe John Ellis Liberal
Rutland George Henry Finch Conservative
Rye Arthur Montagu Brookfield Conservative


Saffron Walden Hon. Armine Wodehouse Liberal
St Albans Hon. Vicary Gibbs Conservative
St Andrews District of Burghs Henry Torrens Anstruther Liberal Unionist
St Augustine's Aretas Akers-Douglas Conservative
St Austell William Alexander McArthur Liberal
St George, Hanover Square Heneage Legge Conservative
St George, Tower Hamlets Thomas Dewar Conservative
St Helens Henry Seton-Karr Conservative
St Ives Edward Hain Liberal Unionist—1904: Liberal
St Pancras East Sir Thomas Wrightson, Bt Conservative
St Pancras North Edward Robert Pacy Moon Conservative
St Pancras South Herbert Jessel Liberal Unionist
St Pancras West Harry Robert Graham Conservative
Salford North Frederick Platt-Higgins Conservative
Salford South James Grimble Groves Conservative
Salford West Lees Knowles Conservative
Salisbury Walter Palmer Conservative
Scarborough Joseph Compton-Rickett Liberal
Sevenoaks Henry Forster Conservative
Sheffield Attercliffe J. Batty Langley Liberal
Sheffield Brightside James Fitzalan Hope Conservative
Sheffield Central Sir C. E. Howard Vincent Conservative
Sheffield Ecclesall Sir Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett Conservative
Sheffield Hallam Charles Stuart-Wortley Conservative
Shipley James Fortescue Flannery Liberal Unionist
Shrewsbury Henry David Greene Conservative
Skipton Frederick Whitley Thomson Liberal
Sleaford Henry Chaplin Conservative
Sligo North William McKillop Irish Parliamentary Party
Sligo South John O'Dowd Irish Parliamentary Party
Somerset Eastern Henry Hobhouse Liberal Unionist
Somerset Northern Evan Henry Llewellyn Conservative
Somerset Southern Edward Strachey Liberal
South Molton George Lambert Liberal
South Shields William Robson Liberal
(Two members)
Tankerville Chamberlayne Conservative
Sir John Simeon, Bt Liberal Unionist
Southport Edward Marshall-Hall Unionist
Southwark West Richard Causton Liberal
Sowerby John William Mellor Liberal
Spalding Horace Rendall Mansfield Liberal
Spen Valley Thomas Palmer Whittaker Liberal
Stafford Charles Shaw Liberal
Staffordshire North West Sir James Heath Conservative
Staffordshire West Alexander Henderson Liberal Unionist
Stalybridge Hon. Matthew White Ridley Conservative
Stamford William Younger Conservative
Stepney Sir William Evans-Gordon Conservative
Stirling District of Burghs Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman Liberal
Stirlingshire James McKillop Conservative
(Two members)
Sir Joseph Leigh Liberal
Beresford Valentine Melville Conservative
Stockton-on-Tees Sir Robert Ropner Conservative
Stoke-on-Trent Douglas Harry Coghill Liberal Unionist
Stowmarket Ian Malcolm Conservative
Strand Hon. William Danvers Smith Conservative
Stratford-on Avon Victor Milward Conservative
Stretford Sir John William Maclure, Bt Conservative
Stroud Charles Peter Allen Liberal
Sudbury Sir William Quilter Liberal Unionist
(Two members)
William Theodore Doxford Conservative
John Stapylton Grey Pemberton Conservative
Sutherland Frederick Leveson-Gower Conservative
Swansea District David Brynmor Jones Liberal
Swansea Town Sir George Newnes Liberal


Tamworth Philip Muntz Conservative
Taunton Alfred Cholmeley Earle Welby Conservative
Tavistock John Ward Spear Liberal Unionist
Tewkesbury Sir John Dorington, Bt Conservative
Thirsk and Malton John Grant Lawson Conservative
Thornbury Charles Colston Conservative
Tipperary East Thomas Joseph Condon Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary Mid Kendal Edmund O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary North Patrick Joseph O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary South John Cullinan Irish Parliamentary Party
Tiverton Sir William Walrond, Bt Conservative
Torquay Francis Layland-Barratt Liberal
Totnes Francis Bingham Mildmay Liberal Unionist
Tottenham Joseph Howard Conservative
Truro Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence, Bt Liberal Unionist
Tullamore Edmund Haviland-Burke Irish Parliamentary Party
Tunbridge Arthur Griffith-Boscawen Conservative
Tynemouth Frederick Leverton Harris Unionist
Tyneside Hugh Crawford Smith Liberal Unionist
Tyrone East Patrick Charles Doogan Irish Parliamentary Party
Tyrone Mid George Murnaghan Irish Parliamentary Party
Tyrone North Charles Hemphill Liberal
Tyrone South Thomas Wallace Russell Liberal Unionist


Uxbridge Sir Frederick Dixon-Hartland, Bt Conservative



Wakefield Viscount Milton Unionist
Walsall Sir Arthur Hayter, Bt Liberal
Walthamstow David John Morgan Conservative
Walworth James Bailey Conservative
Wandsworth Henry Kimber Conservative
Wansbeck Charles Fenwick Liberal
Warrington Robert Pierpont Conservative
Warwick and Leamington Hon. Alfred Lyttelton Liberal Unionist
Waterford City John Redmond Irish Parliamentary Party
County Waterford East Patrick Joseph Power Irish Parliamentary Party
County Waterford West James John O'Shee Irish Parliamentary Party
Watford Frederick Halsey Conservative
Wednesbury Walford Davis Green Conservative
Wellington (Salop) Sir Alexander Brown Liberal Unionist
Wellington (Somerset) Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, Bt Conservative
Wells Robert Edmund Dickinson Conservative
West Bromwich James Ernest Spencer Conservative
West Ham North Ernest Gray Conservative
West Ham South George Edward Banes Conservative
Westbury John Fuller Liberal
Westhoughton Lord Stanley Conservative
Westmeath North Patrick James Kennedy Healyite Nationalist
Westmeath South Donal Sullivan Irish Parliamentary Party
Westminster William Burdett-Coutts Conservative
Wexford North Thomas Henry Grattan Esmonde Irish Parliamentary Party
Wexford South Peter Ffrench Irish Parliamentary Party
Whitby Ernest Beckett Conservative
Whitechapel Stuart Montagu Samuel Liberal
Whitehaven Augustus Helder Conservative
Wick District of Burghs Arthur Bignold Liberal Unionist
Wicklow East Denis Joseph Cogan Irish Parliamentary Party
Wicklow West James O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party
Widnes William Walker Conservative
Wigan Sir Francis Powell, Bt Conservative
Wigtownshire Sir Herbert Maxwell, Bt Conservative
Wilton James Archibald Morrison Conservative
Wimbledon Charles Eric Hambro Conservative
Winchester William Henry Myers Conservative
Windsor Sir Francis Barry, Bt Conservative
Wirral Joseph Hoult Conservative
Wisbech Hon. Arthur Brand Liberal
Wokingham Oliver Young Conservative
Wolverhampton East Sir Henry Fowler Liberal
Wolverhampton South Henry Norman Liberal
Wolverhampton West Alfred Hickman Conservative
Woodbridge Ernest George Pretyman Conservative
Woodstock George Herbert Morrell Conservative
Woolwich Edwin Hughes Conservative
Worcester George Higginson Allsopp Conservative
Worcestershire East Austen Chamberlain Liberal Unionist
Worcestershire North John William Wilson Liberal Unionist
Wycombe William Grenfell Conservative


(Two members)
John Butcher Conservative
George Faber Conservative


7 May 1901: Monmouth Boroughs -- Joseph Lawrence (Conservative) replacing Dr Frederick Rutherfoord Harris (Conservative) who had been unseated after an election petition alleging electoral irregularities was granted on 3 April.

17 May 1901: County Cork Mid -- D. D. Sheehan (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Dr Charles K. D. Tanner (Irish Parliamentary Party) who died on 21 April.

31 May 1901: Saffron Walden -- Jack Pease, replacing Armine Wodehouse, who died on 1 May.

26 February 1902: North Kilkenny -- Joseph Devlin (Irish Parliamentary Party), replacing Patrick McDermott (Irish Parliamentary Party), who . . . . . .

March 1902: Wakefield -- Edward Allen Brotherton replacing William Wentworth-FitzWilliam, 7th Earl FitzWilliam, who inherited his title on the death of his grandfather.

4 March 1902: Monaghan South - John McKean (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing James Daly (Irish Parliamentary Party) who had resigned.

May 1902: Liberal) replacing James Kenyon (Conservative)

5 November 1902: Cleveland -- Herbert Samuel (Liberal) replacing Alfred Edward Pease (Liberal), who resigned due to the bankruptcy of the family firm.

26 February 1903: Perthshire Eastern -- Thomas Buchanan (Liberal) replacing Sir John Kinloch (Liberal), who had resigned.

9 October 1903: Meath South - David Sheehy (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing James Laurence Carew (Independent Nationalist) who died on 31 August.

1903: Dublin University - James Campbell (Unionist) replacing William Lecky (Unionist) who died on 22 October 1903

15 December 1903: Dulwich - Frederick Rutherfoord Harris (Conservative) replacing Sir John Blundell Maple (Conservative) who had died

15 December 1903: Lewisham - Major Edward Coates (Conservative) replacing John Penn (Conservative) who had died

19 August 1904: Cork City -- William O'Brien (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing William O'Brien (Irish Parliamentary Party) after resigning his seat in January

14 June 1905: Cork City -- Augustine Roche (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing J. F. X. O'Brien (Irish Parliamentary Party) who died on 23 May.


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