Lisburn (UK Parliament constituency)

Former Borough constituency
for the House of Commons
Replaced by South Antrim

Lisburn was a United Kingdom Parliament constituency, in Ireland, returning one MP. It was an original constituency represented in Parliament when the Union of Great Britain and Ireland took effect on 1 January 1801.


This constituency was the Parliamentary borough of Lisburn in County Antrim.

Members of Parliament

1 January 1801 George Hatton Tory 1801: Co-opted
12 July 1802 Earl of Yarmouth Tory
20 October 1812 Lord Henry Seymour Moore Tory
29 June 1818 John Leslie Foster Tory Also returned by and elected to sit for Armagh City
22 February 1819 Horace Beauchamp Seymour Tory
16 June 1826 Henry Meynell Tory Re-elected as a Conservative candidate
15 December 1832 Conservative 1
5 August 1847 Sir Horace Beauchamp Seymour Peelite Died 23 November 1851
5 January 1852 Sir James Emerson Tennent Conservative Resigned
11 December 1852 Roger Johnson Smyth 2 Liberal 3 Died 19 September 1853
14 October 1853 Jonathan Joseph Richardson 4 Liberal 3 Re-elected as a Conservative candidate
4 May 1859 Conservative Resigned
23 February 1863 John Doherty Barbour Liberal Unseated on petition - new writ issued
23 June 1863 Edward Wingfield Verner Conservative Resigned
19 February 1873 Sir Richard Wallace, Bt Conservative Last MP for the constituency
1885 Constituency abolished

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