Glasgow Burghs (Commonwealth Parliament constituency)

During the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, called the Protectorate, the Scottish burghs of Lanark, Glasgow, Rutherglen, Rothesay, Renfrew, Ayr, Irvine and Dunbarton were jointly represented by one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons at Westminster from 1654 until 1659. Elections were held at Glasgow.

Glasgow Burghs
Former Constituency
for the Protectorate Parliament
RegionScotland
Former constituency
Created1654
Abolished1659
Created fromScotland
Replaced byLanark
Glasgow
Rutherglen
Rothesay
Renfrew
Ayr
Irvine
Dunbarton

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