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  1. Henry Addington: Primer Vizconde de Sidmouth, fue un político británico, que ejerció las labores del Primer Ministro del Reino Unido entre los años 1801 y 1804, año que tuvo que dimitir a raíz de la guerra con Francia y fue después Ministro del Interior ( 1812 - 1822 ). Se opuso a la emancipación de los católicos y reprimió el ludismo . Sumario

  2. When Henry Addington was born on 30 May 1757, in Holborn, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, his father, Anthony Addington M.D., was 43 and his mother, Mary Hiley, was 35. He married Ursula Mary Hammond on 19 September 1781, in Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 4 daughters.

  3. Henry Addington, primer Vizconde de Sidmouth (30 de mayo de 1757-15 de febrero de 1844) fue un político británico. Era parte del Partido Conservador. Henry Addington era el Hijo de Anthony Addington, médico de William Pitt el viejo, y Mary Addington, hija del Reverendo Haviland John Hiley, director de la Escuela de lectura.

  4. 04/05/2021 · Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth 1757-1844. Oil painting by Thomas Philips after John Singleton Copley. © Parliamentary Art Collection, WOA 2718. www.parliament.uk/art Back in October I introduced my research on the first Speaker’s House at Westminster.

  5. The son of a physician, Henry Addington's rise in political life after becoming an MP in 1789 was aided by his childhood friendship with William Pitt the younger. Addington became Prime Minister in 1801 after Pitt's resignation over the issue of Catholic emancipation. In 1802 he signed the Peace...

  6. Henry Unwin Addington (24 March 1790 – 6 March 1870) [1] was a British diplomat and civil servant. Contents 1 Background 2 Career 3 Family 4 References 5 Literature Background [ edit]

  7. Family tree of Henry ADDINGTON British Politician Born Henry ADDINGTON British statesman and Prime Minister Born on May 30, 1757 in Bedford Row, Holborn, London, England , United Kingdom Died on February 15, 1844 in White Lodge, Richmond Park, Richmond, Surrey, England Born on May 30 45 Deceased on February 15 41 British Politician 90 Family tree