Elgin Burghs (UK Parliament constituency)

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Elgin Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of Great Britain from 1708 to 1801 and of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1918.wikipedia
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Moray and Nairn (UK Parliament constituency)

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Elgin became part of Moray and Nairn, Banff and Cullen part of Banffshire, Inverurie and Kintore part of Kincardine and Aberdeenshire West and Peterhead part of East Aberdeen and Kincardine.
It was formed by the amalgamation of the county constituency of Elginshire and Nairnshire with the parliamentary burghs of Elgin, previously part of Elgin Burghs, and Nairn and Forres, previously part of Inverness Burghs.

Banffshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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Elgin became part of Moray and Nairn, Banff and Cullen part of Banffshire, Inverurie and Kintore part of Kincardine and Aberdeenshire West and Peterhead part of East Aberdeen and Kincardine.
The constituency covered the county of Banffshire, Scotland, but until 1918 the county town of Banff and the burgh of Cullen were represented as part of Elgin Burghs.

District of burghs

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Elgin Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of Great Britain from 1708 to 1801 and of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1918.

William Grant, Lord Prestongrange

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He was Member of Parliament for Elgin Burghs from 1747 to 1754, and carried bills for the abolition of heritable jurisdictions, wardholding and for annexation of forfeited estates to the Crown.

Alexander Asher

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Alexander Asher (27 January 1834 – 5 August 1905) was a Scottish politician and lawyer, who was elected as Member of Parliament for the Elgin Burghs constituency from 1881 until his death in 1905.

M. E. Grant Duff

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He practised and taught law for a short time before starting a political life and entering the House of Commons as the Liberal Member of Parliament for Elgin Burghs.

M. E. Grant Duff

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He practised and taught law for a short time before starting a political life and entering the House of Commons as the Liberal Member of Parliament for Elgin Burghs.

John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll

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At the 1715 general election, Campbell stood at Elgin Burghs.

1918 Elgin Burghs by-election

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The Elgin Burghs by-election, 1918 was a parliamentary by-election held for the House of Commons constituency of the Elgin Burghs in the north-east of Scotland on 25 October 1918.

Robert Grant (MP)

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He was elected Member of Parliament for the Elgin Burghs in 1818, and for the Inverness Burghs in 1826.

Banff (Parliament of Scotland constituency)

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The British parliamentary constituency was created in 1708 following the Acts of Union, 1707 and replaced the former Parliament of Scotland burgh constituencies of Elgin, Banff, Cullen,Inverurie and Kintore.
After the Acts of Union 1707, Banff, Cullen, Elgin, Inverurie and Kintore formed the Elgin district of burghs, returning one member between them to the House of Commons of Great Britain.

Archibald Colquhoun

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In the following May, he was returned as Member of Parliament for the Elgin district of burghs, but after three years resigned his seat.

William Fraser, of Fraserfield

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At the 1722 general election, Fraser was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Elgin Burghs.

Sir Alexander Reid, 2nd Baronet

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He used his position to vote for himself as Member of Parliament (MP) for Elgin Burghs in the interest of Lord Seafield.

Elgin (Parliament of Scotland constituency)

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The British parliamentary constituency was created in 1708 following the Acts of Union, 1707 and replaced the former Parliament of Scotland burgh constituencies of Elgin, Banff, Cullen,Inverurie and Kintore.
After the Acts of Union 1707, Elgin, Banff, Cullen, Inverurie and Kintore formed the Elgin district of burghs, returning one member between them to the House of Commons of Great Britain.

Archibald Campbell (Glasgow MP)

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He was elected M.P. for Glasgow Burghs 1806-09, Elgin Burghs 1812, Perth Burghs 1818-20, and Glasgow Burghs 1820-31.

Sir William Gordon-Cumming, 2nd Baronet

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Gordon-Cumming was Member of Parliament (MP) for Elgin Burghs from 1831 to 1832.

Francis Ogilvy-Grant, 6th Earl of Seafield

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In 1802 'Colonel Grant' was elected to the House of Commons for Elgin Burghs, a seat he held until 1806, and then represented Inverness Burghs from 1806 to 1807, Elginshire from 1807 to 1832 and Elginshire and Nairnshire from 1832 to 1840.

List of Stewards of the Chiltern Hundreds

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Duff resigned by accepting the office of Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds, causing a by-election.

Patrick Campbell (1684–1751)

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At the 1727 general election it was the turn of Caithness to fill the seat, and Campbell filled a vacancy in the Elgin Burghs.

Inverurie (Parliament of Scotland constituency)

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The British parliamentary constituency was created in 1708 following the Acts of Union, 1707 and replaced the former Parliament of Scotland burgh constituencies of Elgin, Banff, Cullen,Inverurie and Kintore.
After the Acts of Union 1707, Banff, Cullen, Elgin, Inverurie and Kintore comprised the Elgin district of burghs, electing one Member of Parliament between them to the House of Commons of Great Britain.

William Dundas

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He was Member of Parliament (MP) for the Anstruther Burghs from 1794 to 1796, for the Northern Burghs from 1796 to 1802, for Sutherland in 1802 and 1806, for Cullen in 1810 and Edinburgh from 1812 to 1831.

Cullen (Parliament of Scotland constituency)

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The British parliamentary constituency was created in 1708 following the Acts of Union, 1707 and replaced the former Parliament of Scotland burgh constituencies of Elgin, Banff, Cullen,Inverurie and Kintore.
From the 1708 general election Banff, Cullen, Elgin, Inverurie and Kintore comprised the Elgin district of burghs, electing one Member of Parliament between them.