List of Mps Elected in The United Kingdom General Election

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List Of MPs Elected In The United Kingdom General Election, 1868 - Y
... Constituency MP Party York (Two members) James Lowther Conservative Joshua Proctor Brown Westhead Liberal Yorkshire East Riding (Two members) Christopher Sykes ...

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