Henry Jones (MP)

Henry Jones (died 1792) was a British politician and clothier in London. He was Member of Parliament for Devizes from 1780–1784.[1] He took the place of Charles Garth, elected in September 1780, when Garth accepted a government office, becoming therefore MP in November 1780.[2]


  1. John Brooke, Lewis Bernstein Namier (1964). The House of Commons, 1754-1790, Volume 1 History of Parliament. Published for the History of Parliament Trust by H.M.S.O. p. 411.
  2. The House of Commons: 1509 - 1558 ; 3, Members N - Z, Volume 4, p. 411.
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Charles Garth
Sir James Tylney-Long, Bt
Member of Parliament for Devizes
1780 1784
With: Sir James Tylney-Long, Bt
Succeeded by
Henry Addington
Sir James Tylney-Long, Bt

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