| Member of Parliament |
31 January 1874 –7 May 1874
Servingwith George Eakins Browne
|Preceded by|| George Eakins Browne |
|Succeeded by|| John O'Connor Power |
George Eakins Browne
|Political party||Home Rule|
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|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
George Eakins Browne
| Member of Parliament for Mayo |
February 1874 – May 1874
With: George Eakins Browne
John O'Connor Power
George Eakins Browne
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