8 de mar. de 2023 · Firstly there is a prologue on the rise of Bonaparte and equal time is devoted to the formation of the Addington government. Throughout the work Grainger deals with the complex military and strategic situation, particularly focusing on the revolutionary threat in Ireland within its international dimensions, and the relation with the ...
Hace 4 días · Henry Addington MP for Devizes: 14 March 1801 10 May 1804 Tory: Addington: William Pitt the Younger MP for Cambridge University: 10 May 1804 23 January 1806 † Tory: Pitt II: Edward Law 1st Baron Ellenborough Lord Chief Justice (interim) 23 January 1806: 5 February 1806: Tory: All the Talents (Whig–Tory) Lord Henry Petty ...
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Hace 1 día · On 30 June 1779, George III's Commanding General Henry Clinton broadened Dunmore's proclamation with his Philipsburg Proclamation. For all colonial slaves who fled their Rebel masters, Clinton forbade their recapture and resale, giving them protection by the British military.
13 de mar. de 2023 · John Singleton Copley (* 3. Juli 1738 in Boston † 9. September 1815 in London) war ein amerikanisch-englischer Maler. Copley besuchte von 1774 bis 1776 Italien und wurde 1779 Mitglied der Royal Academy of Arts in London. 1791 wurde er in die American Academy of Arts and Sciences gewählt.
1 de mar. de 2023 · Sidmouth, Henry Addington, 1st V. (C 2492.3) Creator From the Collection: Boswell, James, 1740-1795 Published / Created 1821 Extent of Digitization This object has been completely digitized. Language English Item Location Repository Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Call Number GEN MSS 89
19 de mar. de 2023 · Henry Addington (1st Viscount Sidmouth), who was son of Dr. Anthony Addington, a well-known physician, was born in 1757. After leaving Oxford he embarked on a legal career, but was persuaded by Pitt, with whom he had been intimate from childhood, to turn his attention to politics.
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