The 1892 Cirencester by-election was held on 18 October 1892 after the retirement of the incumbent Liberal MP Arthur Brend Winterbotham. The seat was gained by the Conservative candidate Thomas Chester-Master. Chester-Master was originally declared the victor by 3 votes, but on petition and after scrutiny, the votes were declared equal and a new election was held.
|Conservative||Thomas William Chester Chester-Master||4,277||50.0|
|Liberal||Harry Lawson Webster Levy-Lawson||4,274||50.0|
|Conservative gain from Liberal||Swing|