Arthur Charles Wellesley, 4th Duke of Wellington, KG, GCVO, DL (15 March 1849 – 18 June 1934), styled Lord Arthur Wellesley from 1884 to 1900, was a British peer and politician, and a member of the well-known Wellesley family. He joined the military and served in the Household Division.
20/01/2022 · Arthur Wellesley, 2nd Duke of Wellington Napoleon has humbugged me, by God ; he has gained twenty-four hours' march on me. At the Duchess of Richmond's ball (15 June 1815), as quoted in Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places (1896) by Archibald Forbes , quotes Captain Bowles account and citing the Letters of the First Earl of Malmesbury .
Sir Arthur Wellesley (1769–1852), duke of Wellington; military commander who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo; British Prime Minister 1828–1830 and briefly in 1834; Arthur Wijewardena (1887–1964), Chief Justice of Sri Lanka from 1949-1950; Arthur A. Wilson, Anglo-Indian cinematographer; Fictional characters
19/04/2015 · Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington Prince Arthur’s first two names were given in honor of his two godfathers: Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, Commander of the Coalition Army that defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo and a former Prime Minister (the prince was born on the Duke’s 81st birthday) and Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (later Wilhelm I, German Emperor, King of ...
In Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of Wellington: Role in the cabinet of Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of Wellington Ireland’s problem, formulating it as a basic dilemma: political violence would end only after the Catholics’ claim to sit in Parliament, known as Catholic Emancipation, had been granted; yet the Protestant Ascendancy, or establishment, must be preserved.
Harold Wilson, the son of a chemist and teacher, was born in Yorkshire during the First World War. In 1924, aged 8, he visited 10 Downing Street, which would eventually become his home.
13/07/2018 · Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. Tory 1834 to 1834 Tory 1828 to 1830 Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey. Whig 1830 to 1834 ... Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham.