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  1. George Grenville (1712-1770) was a Whig politician, a member of the British parliament and prime minister of Britain between April 1763 and July 1765. Born into a wealthy and powerful family, Grenville was educated at Eton and Oxford, graduating with a law degree in 1735. Six years later he was elected to parliament for the seat of Buckingham ...

  2. 04/11/2021 · A member of the British Parliament since 1742, George Grenville became Prime Minister at the end of the Seven Years' War, between 1754 and 1763, which left Britain heavily in debt. Demonstrating ...

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  3. George Grenville was born at Wotton House on 14 October 1712. He was the second son of Richard Grenville and Hester Temple (later the 1st Countess Temple). He was one of five brothers, all of whom became MPs. His sister Hester Grenville married the leading political figure William Pitt.

  4. George Grenville, during his first 20 years in politics, was overshadowed by his rich and domineering brother, Lord Temple, on whose interest he sat at Buckingham (and who could have cut him out of the entail), and by William Pitt, since 1754 his brother-in-law, to whom he played second fiddle in the Commons.

  5. George Grenville, who served as Prime Minister from 16 April 1763 to 10 July 1765, was the second son of seven children born to Richard Grenville and his wife Hester, Countess Temple. His elder brother was Richard, Earl Temple, Lord Cobham; his sister Hester married William Pitt. Grenville, who was born on 14 October 1712 at Westminster in ...

  6. George Grenville (14 October 1712 – 13 November 1770), was a British Whig statesman who served in government for the relatively short period of seven years. In that time he held several offices, eventually reaching the position of Prime Minister of Great Britain (1763-1765), held concurrently with the position of Chancellor of the Exchequer. His most famous policy as PM was the Stamp Act ...

  7. George Grenville war der zweite Sohn des Politikers Richard Grenville (1678–1727) und der Hester Temple (um 1690–1752), die 1749 zur Countess Temple erhoben wurde. Er erhielt seine Ausbildung in Eton und am Christ Church College der Universität Oxford. 1735 wurde er am Inner Temple als Anwalt zugelassen. Erstmals wurde er 1741 als ...