APPENDIX C
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT WHO VACATED SEATS ON APPOINTMENT TO OFFICE DURING NORTH'S ADMINISTRATION, 1770-82
Vacation
followed by
Re-election
Vacation not
followed by
Re-election
1. 1770-4 (from North's appointment to the dissolution
of parliament)
3814
2. 1774-803813
3. 1780-2 (from the opening of parliament to North's
resignation)
73
Total8330

ANALYSIS OF RE-ELECTIONS
MinistersJunior
Ministers
Civil Servants, Paymasters,
Legal Officers
Household and Court
Officials, Sinecures,
Miscellaneous
Chancellor of theTreasuryClerk of OrdnanceComptroller of House-
Exchequer Board (5)Clerk of Deliveries, hold
Attorney GeneralAdmiralty OrdnanceVice-Chamberlain of
Solicitor Board (3)Treasurer of Navy Household (2)
General (2)Board ofVice-Treasurer,Cofferer of Household
Trade (7) Ireland (2)Treasurer of Chamber
1Justice of WelshGroom of Bedchamber
counties (2)
Judge of High CourtKeeper of King's
of Admiralty Private Roads (2)
Remembrancer of
Exchequer, Scotland
Governor of Isle of
Wight
Secretary, Leeward
Islands

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