|Former County constituency|
for the Irish House of Commons
|Replaced by||County Louth|
Louth was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons to 1801.
Members of Parliament
- 1370: Roger Gernon, Richard Vernon
- 1420: Bartholomew Vernon, Richard Bagot
- 1560: Nicholas Taaffe of Ballebragane and Edward Dowdall of Glaspistal
- 1585: Roger Gerlone (Garland) and William Moore of Barmeath
- 1613–1315: Christopher Verdon de Clonmore and Richard Gernon de Stabanan
- 1634–1635: Sir Christopher Bellew and Christopher Dowdall
- 1639–1642: Christopher Bellew and John Bellew (both expelled)
- 1642–1644:Philip, Lord Lisle and Col. Lawrence Crawford (both absent in England without leave)
- 1644–1649: Hon Francis Moore and Gerrard Moore
- 1659: John Ruxton
- 1661–1666: Henry Bellingham and Sir Thomas Stanley
|Election||First member||First party||Second member||Second party|
|1689 Patriot Parliament||Thomas Bellew||William Talbot|
|1692||Thomas Bellingham||Sir William Tichborne|
|1695||Sir Henry Tichborne |
|1710||Sir Henry Tichborne, 1st Bt|
|1713||Richard Tisdall||Stephen Ludlow|
|1727||Faithful Fortescue||William Aston|
|1745||William Henry Fortescue|
|1761||Anthony Foster||James Fortescue|
|1782||Thomas James Fortescue|
|1801||Replaced by Westminster constituency of County Louth|
- Smith, Brendan (2013-06-20). Crisis and Survival in Late Medieval Ireland: The English of Louth and Their Neighbours, 1330-1450. Oxford University Press. p. 14. ISBN 9780199594757. Retrieved 2017-05-24.
- Kearney, Hugh. Strafford in Ireland 1633-1641: A Study in Absolutism. p. 225.
- Parliamentary Papers, Volume 62, Part 2. p. 626.
- from 1697 Sir Henry Tichborne, 1st Bt
- At the General Election in 1760, he was also returned for Monaghan, for which he chose to sit
- Leigh Rayment's historical List of Members of the Irish House of Commonscites: Johnston-Liik, Edith Mary (2002). The History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800 (6 volumes). Ulster Historical Foundation.