New Woodstock

Double Member Borough

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964
Available from Boydell and Brewer

Background Information

Right of Election:

in the freemen

Number of voters:

about 200

Elections

DateCandidate
13 Apr. 1754John Bateman, Visct. Bateman
 Anthony Keck
27 Dec. 1755Bateman re-elected after appointment to office
8 Dec. 1756Bateman re-elected after appointment to office
7 July 1757Bateman re-elected after appointment to office
27 Mar. 1761John Bateman, Visct. Bateman
 Anthony Keck
8 June 1767William Gordon vice Keck, deceased
18 Mar. 1768Lord Robert Spencer
 William Gordon
30 Apr. 1770Spencer re-elected after appointment to office
30 Jan. 1771John Skynner vice Spencer, vacated his seat
10 Apr. 1772Skynner re-elected after appointment to office
6 Oct. 1774John Skynner
 William Eden
11 Mar. 1776Eden re-elected after appointment to office
1 Dec. 1777George Parker, Visct. Parker, vice Skynner, appointed to office
6 Sept. 1780George Parker, Visct. Parker
 William Eden
9 Apr. 1783Eden re-elected after appointment to office
1 Apr. 1784Sir Henry Wa