In 1912 he was appointed High Sheriff of Herefordshire. Pulley was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ross at a by-election in May 1918, and held the seat until it was abolished at the general election in December 1918. He was then elected as the Coalition Conservative MP for Hereford.
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Percy Archer Clive
| Member of Parliament for Ross
1918 – December 1918
| Member of Parliament for Hereford
1918 – 1920
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