Members of Parliament
|Election||First member||First party||Second member||Second Party|
|1832||Hon. Edward Stanley||Whig||William Egerton||Conservative|
|1847||Hon. Edward Stanley||Whig|
|1848 by-election||George Legh||Conservative|
|1858 by-election||Hon. Wilbraham Egerton||Conservative|
|1868||Second Reform Act: constituency abolished|
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