Foreign 35 years from which there remains one reported speech to Parliament. Constituencies:
In 1831, the population of the borough was 1,676, and it contained 364 houses. Held by John Pitt: 1734 - 1747 and 26 January 1748 - November 1750
Dorchester was a parliamentary constituency centred on the town of Dorchester in Dorset.
Held by John Pitt: 29 January 1751 - 1761
Held again by John Pitt: 1761 - 1768
His one reported speech was on a petition of West country merchants who complained of French encroachments at Newfoundland.
A lord of Trade 1744-1755;
a lord of the Admiralty November - December 1756. surveyor general of woods and forests: 1756 - 1763, 1768 - 1786
John was the fourth son of George Pitt (1663-1735) Member of Parliament The property enabling George Morton Pitt"s control of the Pontefract seat came to John Pitt (of Encombe) by remainder but he sold it in 1766.