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- The election was declared void on 11 March 1869. The constituency was disenfranchised by Royal assent 4 July 1870
- Election declared void 16 February 1869. In a by-election on 11 March 1869, Glass (who did not contest the election) was replaced by John Cunliffe Pickersgill Cunliffe, the new Conservative candidate. However, Cunliffe was unseated on petition 30 April 1869, and replaced by Augustus Anson, the Liberal candidate in the second election.
- Election declared void 16 March 1869. The two members were replaced by Henry Master Feilden and Edward Kenworthy Hornby respectively on 30 March 1869.
- Ripley was unseated on petition 29 January 1869 and replaced by Edward Miall.
- Election declared void 9 April 1869. Gwyn was replaced by Lord Hyde (Liberal) 24 April 1869.
- The two members were unseated on petition 26 February 1869. The constituency was disenfranchised by Royal assent 4 July 1870.
- Election declared void 22 February 1869. Constituency disenfranchised 1 August 1870.
- Election declared void 16 February 1869. Benjamin Whitworth was replaced by Thomas Whitworth 15 March 1869.
- The election of Guinness was declared void 5 February 1869. A writ for the second seat was suspended until August 1870. Sir Dominick John Corrigan replaced Guinness on 18 August 1870.
- Election declared void 15 March 1869. Waterlow was replaced by George Gustavus Walker 31 March 1869.
- The two members were unseated on petition 15 March 1869. They were replaced by Edward Henry Clive and Chandos Wren-Hoskyns 30 March 1869.
- Stracey was unseated on petition 20 January 1869. No writ to replace him was issued until July 1870. On 13 July 1870 Jacob Henry Tillett (Liberal) was elected. However, this election was declared void 11 January 1871. Jeremiah James Colman (Liberal) was elected 22 February 1871.
- Election declared void 2 March 1869. Constituency disenfranchised 1 August 1870.
- Election declared void 13 May 1869. the two sitting members were replaced by Thomas Salt and Reginald Talbot 7 June 1869.
- Cox was unseated on petition 8 March 1869. He was replaced by Sir Henry James (Liberal).
- Election declared void 5 February 1869. Phipps was replaced by Charles Paul Phipps 27 February 1869.
- Election declared void 12 January 1869. However, at the 26 February 1869 by-election, Devereux was again returned.
- Election declared void 20 April 1869. Weguelin was replaced by Montague John Guest 11 May 1869.