Henry Bingham Baring

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Henry Bingham Baring (4 March 1804 – 25 April 1869) was a British Conservative Party politician. He was the son of Henry Baring and Maria Matilda Bingham, daughter of American-born statesman William Bingham. Bingham was a half-brother of Evelyn Baring, 1st Earl of Cromer and a member of the distinguished Baring family.

He entered the House of Commons in 1831 as Member of Parliament for the rotten borough of Callington in Cornwall. When Callington was disenfranchised the following year, he was returned for the Marlborough constituency in Wiltshire, and held his seat until 1868.

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  • Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Mr Henry Baring
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Bingham Baring
Alexander Baring
Member of Parliament for Callington
With: Edward Herbert
Constituency abolished
Preceded by
Thomas Sotheron-Estcourt
William Bankes
Member of Parliament for Marlborough
With: Lord Ernest Brudenell-Bruce
Succeeded by
Lord Ernest Brudenell-Bruce
(Representation reduced - no second MP)
Political offices
Preceded by
Thomas Wyse
Henry Tufnell
Edward Horsman
William Francis Cowper
Junior Lord of the Treasury
Succeeded by
Viscount Ebrington
The O'Conor Don
Sir William Gibson Craig, Bt
Henry Rich
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