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South Essex (formally the Southern division of Essex) was a county constituency represented in the House of Commonsmarker of the Parliament of the United Kingdommarker from 1832 to 1885. It elected two MPs to the House of Commonsmarker.

Boundaries

At the time the constituency was entirely in the county of Essex. Part of the area has since been transferred from Essex to Greater Londonmarker.

History

The constituency was created by the Reform Act 1832, with effect from the general election in December 1832, when the former Essex constituency was divided into Northern and Southern divisions.

Members of Parliament

Election 1st Member 1st Party 2nd Member 2nd Party
1832 Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, Bt Whig Robert Westley Hall Dare Tory
1834 Conservative
1835 Thomas William Bramston Conservative
1836 by-election George Palmer Conservative
1847 Sir Edward Buxton, Bt Liberal
1852 Sir William Bowyer-Smijth, Bt Conservative
1857 Richard Baker Wingfield Baker Liberal
1859 John Watlington Perry Watlington Conservative
1865 Henry Selwin-Ibbetson Conservative Lord Eustace Cecil Conservative
1868 Richard Baker Wingfield Baker Liberal Andrew Johnston Liberal
1874 Thomas Baring Conservative William Makins Conservative
1885 Constituency divided


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