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  1. 11/02/2015 · George Grenville came from a political family and ultimately emerged as an important political figure in his own right. He was born in October 1712 at Wotton, Buckinghamshire. His father, Richard, sat as an MP for Wendover and Buckingham but Grenville’s career was helped more by his mother’s brother, Richard Temple, Viscount Cobham of Stowe.

  2. 29/12/2017 · George Grenville came from a family of politicians. He became First Lord of the Treasury during a period of considerable political turbulence in the 1760s. His imposition of new duties on the ...

  3. George Grenville. George Grenville (14 de octubre de 1712-13 de noviembre de 1770) fue Primer Ministro de Gran Bretaña. Fue miembro del Partido Whig. Fue uno de los pocos primeros ministros que nunca recibió un título nobiliario. Grenville era el segundo hijo de Richard Grenville y Hester Temple. Su hermano mayor era Richard Grenville-Temple.

  4. 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 ...

  5. 08/06/2018 · GRENVILLE, GEORGE. (1712–1770). British politician and prime minister. Grenville was born at Wotton, Buckinghamshire, on 14 October 1712. His contemporaries often spelled his surname as "Greenville," and this may have been the accepted pronunciation. He was educated at Eton from 1725 and from 1729 at the Inner Temple, one of the major London ...

  6. 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 ...

  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 ...