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  1. 1 de oct. de 2015 · Henry Addington, born on 30 May 1757, was eldest son of a successful London physician, Dr Anthony Addington. He passed through Winchester College and other schools on his path to Brasenose College, Oxford, and then Lincoln’s Inn, becoming a barrister …

  2. 29 de dic. de 2017 · Henry Addington’s historical reputation owes less to his brief spell as Prime Minister than to his later career as a famously reactionary Home Secretary after becoming Viscount Sidmouth. However,...

  3. Tory. Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth, PC (30 May 1757–15 February 1844) was a British statesman. He was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1804. His father was a physician specialising in the treatment of mental illness. His father was one of George III's doctors and this resulted in Addington being known (in no ...

  4. Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (1757-1844), Prime Minister. Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter associated with 78 portraits Addington was invited to be Prime Minister in 1801, when William Pitt resigned after the King refused to grant Catholic MPs the right to sit in Parliament.

  5. 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.

  6. Como Jefe del Gobierno de Gran Bretaña, desde 1801 Reino Unido, (entre 1783 - 1801 y 1804 - 1806 ), sentó las bases de una nueva etapa de prosperidad después de la guerra de independencia estadounidense; fue el principal dirigente del Estado durante la lucha contra la Francia revolucionaria, adoptando numerosas leyes represivas para impedir el …

  7. 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 ...