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  1. 4 de may. de 2021 · The first of these is Henry Addington, a man at the forefront of British politics for more than thirty years, who holds the unusual distinction of having served as both Speaker and Prime Minister. This achievement was all the more remarkable because, in an age when British politics was dominated by aristocratic families, Addington had risen ...

  2. Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth, PC (30 May 1757 – 15 February 1844) was a British Tory statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1804. The Right Honourable.

  3. 1 de abr. de 2002 · No modern British Prime Minister has been so thoroughly misunderstood or simply dismissed as Henry Addington. Fedorak demonstrates that, contrary to the views of his opponents and many historians, Addington was an astute and effective Prime Minister. His fall after three years in office was the result of a complex train of circumstances in which questions of personality, both within and ...

  4. Henry Addington, 1º Visconde Sidmouth, PC (30 de maio de 1757 – 15 de fevereiro de 1844) foi um político britânico, primeiro-ministro do Reino Unido de 1801 a 1804. [1] Vida. Foi eleito para a Câmara dos Comuns em 1784 como membro do Parlamento (MP) por Devizes, [1] e depois tornou-se Orador da Casa dos Comuns em 1789.

  5. Henry Addington byl synem Anthonyho Addingtona, lékaře Williama Pitta staršího, a Mary Addingtonové, dcery Havilanda Johna Hileyho, ředitele školy v Readingu. Z pozice svého otce byl v mládí přítelem Williama Pitta mladšího. Studoval na Winchesterské škole, později na Brasenose College v Oxfordu a nakonec právo na Lincoln's Inn.

  6. Addington ministry. Henry Addington, a member of the Tories, was appointed by King George III to lead the government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1801 to 1804 and served as an interlude between the Pitt ministries. Addington's ministry is most notable for negotiating the Treaty of Amiens, which marked a brief ...

  7. Henry Addington served as Prime Minister from 17 March 1801 to 10 May 1804. He was born on 30 May 1757. He was the eldest son and fourth of six children born to Dr Anthony Addington and Mary Hiley. Dr. Addington included among his patients George III and Pitt the Younger. It was he who prescribed a bottle of port daily, to cure Pitt's gout.