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  1. John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, KG, GCMG, PC, FRS (18 August 1792 – 28 May 1878), known by his courtesy title Lord John Russell before 1861, was a British Whig and Liberal statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1846 to 1852 and again from 1865 to 1866. The third son of the 6th Duke of Bedford, Russell was educated ...

    • The Earl of Derby, Benjamin Disraeli
    • Whig (before 1859)
  2. John Russell (político) Estatua de John Earl Russell. John Russell ( Londres, 18 de agosto de 1792 - Surrey, 28 de mayo de 1878) fue un político británico, conocido como Lord John Russell. Fue el abuelo del filósofo Bertrand Russell .

  3. 29/12/2017 · Lord John Russell, later Earl Russell, was the principal architect of the Great Reform Act in 1832, and was one of the main promoters of parliamentary reform in the nineteenth century.

  4. Lord John Russell was born in London into one of the leading Whig families; his father became 6th Duke of Bedford in 1802. Born prematurely, he remained puny throughout his life, and ill-health as a child meant that he was educated mostly by private tutors, including Edmund Cartwright, inventor of the power-loom.

  5. John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, KG, GCMG, PC, FRS, alternatively Lord John Russell prior to 1861, was a British statesman who became the Prime Minister of Great Britain twice. A foremost Whig and Liberal politician, his first prime-ministerial tenure lasted from 1846 to 1852. He served his second tenure between 1865 and 1866.

  6. John Russell (También llamado Lord Russell; Londres, 1792 - Pembroke Lodge, Reino Unido, 1878) Político británico. Su padre, el duque de Bedford, desconfiaba de las universidades de Oxford y Cambridge, por lo que decidió mandarlo a la Universidad de Edimburgo.

  7. John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, also called (until 1861) Lord John Russell, (born Aug. 18, 1792, London, Eng.—died May 28, 1878, Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey), prime minister of Great Britain (1846–52, 1865–66), an aristocratic liberal and leader of the fight for passage of the Reform Bill of 1832.