Leitrim (UK Parliament constituency)

Former County constituency
for the House of Commons
Replaced by North Leitrim, South Leitrim
Created from North Leitrim, South Leitrim

Leitrim was a Parliamentary constituency in Ireland, represented in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. It returned two Members of Parliament (MPs) from 1801 to 1885 and one from 1918 to 1922.


This constituency comprised the whole of County Leitrim.

Members of Parliament

MPs 1801–85

Election1st Member1st Party2nd Member2nd Party
1801 Nathaniel Clements, Viscount Clements, later Earl of Leitrim Theophilus Jones
1802 Peter La Touche
1805 by-election Henry John Clements
1806 William Gore
1807 John La Touche
1818 Luke White
1820 John Marcus Clements
1824 by-election Samuel White
1826 Robert Clements, Viscount Clements
1830 John Marcus Clements
1832 Robert Clements, Viscount Clements
1839 by-election William Clements, Viscount Clements, later Earl of Leitrim
1847 Edward King Tenison Charles Skeffington Clements
1852 Hugh Lyons Montgomery John Brady
1858 by-election William Ormsby-Gore, later Baron Harlech
1876 by-election Francis O'Beirne
1880 Arthur Loftus Tottenham
1885 Constituency divided: see North Leitrim and South Leitrim

MPs 1918–22

1918 Single member constituency created
1918, December 14[1] James Nicholas Dolan Sinn Féin Did not take his seat at Westminster
1922, October 26 UK constituency abolished


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  1. December 14 was the date of polling day. The result was declared on 28 December 1918, to allow time for votes cast by members of the armed forces to be included in the count.


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