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Marylebone (UK Parliament constituency)

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Created from  Middlesex
Number of members  2
Marylebone (UK Parliament constituency)
Replaced by  Middlesex, Marylebone East, Marylebone West

Marylebone was a parliamentary constituency in Middlesex, England from 1832 to 1885. The parliamentary borough formed part of the built up area of London, and returned two members to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The constituency was created under the Reform Act 1832 and divided under the Redistribution of Seats Act, 1885 into eight single member divisions (see below for details).

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Marylebone was one of five parliamentary boroughs in the metropolitan area of London enfranchised in 1832. The constituency was defined as consisting of three civil parishes in Middlesex:

  • St Marylebone
  • Paddington
  • St Pancras
  • The commissioners appointed to fix parliamentary boundaries recommended that the part of St Pancras parish north of the Regent's Canal should not form part of the constituency and should remain in the parliamentary county of Middlesex as this was still a largely rural area. The inhabitants of St. Pancras, however, petitioned parliament for the inclusion of the entire parish, and this was accepted.

    In 1885 the parliamentary borough was split into eight new single-member divisions. These were Marylebone East, Marylebone West, Paddington North, Paddington South, St. Pancras East, St. Pancras North, St. Pancras South and St. Pancras West.

    Members of Parliament

    Notes

  • 1 Election of Whalley in 1837 declared void on petition, as he could not prove his eligibility.
  • 2 A peer of Ireland.
  • Elections

    Turnout, in multi-member elections, is estimated by dividing the number of votes by two. To the extent that electors did not use both their votes, the figure given will be an underestimate.

    Change is calculated for individual candidates, when a party had more than one candidate in an election or the previous one. When a party had only one candidate in an election and the previous one change is calculated for the party vote.

    Elections in the 1830s

    † Murray was the government-approved candidate, but withdrew from the contest prior to the completion of polling.

  • Constituency abolished (1885)
  • References

    Marylebone (UK Parliament constituency) Wikipedia


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