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  1. Frederick North, II conde de Guilford: 28 de enero de 1770 22 de marzo de 1782 Tory: Charles Watson-Wentworth, II marqués de Rockingham 27 de marzo de 1782 1 de julio de 1782 Whig: William Petty Landsdowne, I marqués de Lansdowne y II conde de Shelbourne 4 de julio de 1782 2 de abril de 1783 Whig: William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, III duque ...

  2. The Hon. Frederick Howard, third son of the fifth Earl, was a major in the 10th Hussars and fought at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, where he was killed in action. His eldest son Frederick John Howard was Member of Parliament for Youghal. The Very Reverend the Hon. Henry Edward John Howard, fourth son of the fifth Earl, was Dean of Lichfield.

  3. 1.º Conde de Chatham: 30 de julho de 1766: 14 de outubro de 1768: Whig: Augustus FitzRoy, 3.º Duque de Grafton: 14 de outubro de 1768: 28 de janeiro de 1770: Whig: Frederick North, 2.º Conde de Guilford, Lorde North: 28 de janeiro de 1770: 22 de março de 1782: Tory: Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2.º Marquês de Rockingham: 27 de março de 1782 ...

  4. He died about 1640. "There was issue male existing long after the 17th century from the 1st Lord Latimer of this creation. That from Thomas Nevill, of Pigotts Ardley, co. Essex (who d. 1550 and who was next yr. br. to William Nevill abovenamed and to John, the 3d Lord Latimer), ancestor of the Nevills, of Halstead, in that county, is said to have existed for eight generations in Drummond's ...

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  6. Jorge III (Londres, 4 de junho de 1738 – Windsor, 29 de janeiro de 1820) foi o Rei da Grã-Bretanha e da Irlanda de 25 de outubro de 1760 até a união dos dois países em 1 de janeiro de 1801, tornando-se o primeiro Rei do Reino Unido da Grã-Bretanha e Irlanda até sua morte.

  7. Initially II Corps fell back to the line Montreuil-Wasmes-Paturages-Frameries during the evening. In the early hours of the 24 th August the order was issued to II Corps to continue the withdrawal to the Valenciennes to Mauberge road, running west to east 7 miles to the south of the Mons Canal (at the bottom of the map to the south of Bavai).