Henry John Temple, 3. er vizconde de Palmerston KG GCB PC, también conocido como Lord Palmerston o simplemente como Henry Temple (Westminster, 20 de octubre de 1784 - Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, 18 de octubre de 1865), fue un político británico que ocupó el cargo de primer ministro del Reino Unido a mediados del siglo XIX durante dos ocasiones (1855-58 y 1859-65).
16/10/2022 · Lord Palmerston, in full Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, of Palmerston in the County of Dublin, Baron Temple, of Mount Temple in the County of Sligo, byname Pam, (born October 20, 1784, Broadlands, Hampshire, England—died October 18, 1865, Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire), English Whig-Liberal statesman whose long career, including many years as British foreign secretary (1830–34, 1835–41, and 1846–51) and prime minister (1855–58 and 1859–65), made him a symbol ...
Lord Palmerston (Henry John Temple, tercer vizconde de Palmerston; Londres, 1784 - Brocket Hall, Reino Unido, 1865) Político británico. Tras acceder al Parlamento en 1807, ocupó su primera cartera (como ministro de Guerra) en 1809. Salvo un breve lapso entre 1834 y 1835, continuó de modo ininterrumpido en los gabinetes gubernamentales hasta 1869.
03/04/2019 · Lord Palmerston by Jessica Brain Born Henry John Temple, the 3rd Viscount Palmerston was an English politician who would become one of the longest serving members in government and finally become leader, serving as Prime Minister until his death in October 1865.
Although his determination that Britain “should count for something in the transactions of the world” was successfully challenged by Bismarck in the Schleswig-Holstein affair, 1863–64, Palmerston retained great prestige at home; and on the eve of his death he greatly enlarged the Liberal majority in an election on the cry “Leave it to Pam.”
07/04/2016 · Palmerston was Prime Minister for most of the last ten years of his life. He brought the Crimean War to a generally successful conclusion and survived the embarrassment of the Indian Mutiny in...
Due to the patronage of Lord Chichester and Lord Malmesbury, Lord Palmerston was given the post of Junior Lord of the Admiralty in the ministry of the Duke of Portland. He stood again for the Cambridge seat in May but he lost by three votes after he advised his supporters to vote for the other Tory candidate in the two-member constituency so as to ensure a Tory was elected.