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  1. George Grenville (14 October 1712 – 13 November 1770) was a British Whig statesman who rose to the position of Prime Minister of Great Britain. Grenville was born into an influential political family and first entered Parliament in 1741 as an MP for Buckingham .

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  2. After holding a number of ministerial appointments, Grenville was recommended to George III by Lord Bute to be his successor as first lord of the Treasury (prime minister). Grenville’s ministry (1763–65) was unhappy and disastrous, largely because of his lack of finesse , eloquence, and imagination and his determination to control all crown ...

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  3. 14 de dic. de 2022 · October 14, 1712–November 13, 1770. George Grenville was the Prime Minister of Great Britain and was responsible for implementing policies that caused the American Revolution. His policies are known as the Grenville Acts, and included the end of Salutary Neglect, the Sugar Act, and the Stamp Act. George Grenville.

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  4. George Grenville (14 de octubre de 1712 - 13 de noviembre de 1770). fue un político británico del partido Whig (antiguo Partido Liberal del Reino Unido) que ejerció como primer ministro de Gran Bretaña entre 1763 y 1765. Grenville fue el segundo hijo de Richard Grenville y Hester Temple (primera condesa de Temple).

  5. About George Grenville. Grenville was a talented and influential politician. He achieved some administrative and financial reforms. However, he is remembered for the Stamp Act of 1765 which created outrage in the American colonies, ultimately proving one of the causes of the American Revolution.

  6. 11 de feb. de 2015 · Organisations: The National Archives, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street. George Grenville (Whig 1763-1765) Andrew Thompson, 11 February 2015 - No 10 guest historian series, Past...

  7. 29 de dic. de 2017 · Home. History of the UK government. Past Prime Ministers. George Grenville. Whig 1763 to 1765. “A wise government knows how to enforce with temper, or to conciliate with dignity.” Born. 14...