This article lists Parliamentary Boroughs and associated County Constituencies 1832-1918
. The significance of this list is that during this period non-resident 40 shilling freeholders of (usually) land located in a borough, qualified for a parliamentary vote in the county.
Amongst the qualifications for a county vote in United Kingdom parliamentary elections, which applied from 1832 until 1918, was the possession of a freehold estate of the annual value of 40 shillings. Residence on the property was not required from freeholders. A freehold situate in a Parliamentary borough
qualified the owner for the county vote, unless it was in his own occupation.
List of Associated constituencies
The list includes all county constituencies 1832–1885, even if there are no associated boroughs. From 1885 the county constituency is only listed if it is known to have been associated with a borough.
The place of election was where the hustings
were held; at which candidates were nominated, polling took place (before the introduction of multiple polling places in county constituencies) and where the result was announced.
Some boroughs were a city or town which was a county of itself, in which the non-resident freeholders were ancient right voters in the borough. This applied to Bristol
, and Nottingham
. Those boroughs are not included in the list below.
- <sup>a</sup> County divisions redistributed in 1868. No......