Hace 2 días · Henry Addington MP for Devizes: 14 March 1801 10 May 1804 Tory: Addington: William Pitt the Younger MP for Cambridge University: 10 May 1804 23 January 1806 † Tory: Pitt II: Edward Law 1st Baron Ellenborough Lord Chief Justice (interim) 23 January 1806: 5 February 1806: Tory: All the Talents (Whig–Tory) Lord Henry Petty ...
Hace 2 días · The secretary of state for the Home Department, more commonly known as the home secretary, is a senior minister of the Crown in the Government of the United Kingdom and the head of the Home Office.  The position is a Great Office of State, making the home secretary one of the most senior and influential ministers in the government.
Hace 2 días · There was still no thought of going to war; Prime Minister Henry Addington publicly affirmed that Britain was in a state of peace.  In early March 1803, the Addington ministry received word that Cape Colony had been reoccupied by the British army in accordance with the orders which had subsequently been countermanded.
4 de dic. de 2023 · Anthony Addington (1713–90), a doctor to William Pitt the elder, was born and buried in Fringford. His son Henry, the first Lord Sidmouth and Prime Minister in 1801–4, kept up his family's long connexion with the village. Their descendant the 6th Lord Sidmouth still owned Hall farm in 1955.
Hace 5 días · Buckinghamshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1885. Its most prominent member was Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli .
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4 de dic. de 2023 · Table of Notable Inhabitants on the Burlington Estate BOYLE STREET. 1. Lord Sidney Beauclerk, son of the Duke of St. Albans and father of Topham Beauclerk, 1735–6; John Shirley, esquire, 1737; Robert Shirley, esquire, 1738–42; Miss Manners, 1743–1748; Lady Ann Connelly (? daughter of Sir Thomas Wentworth, third Baron Raby), 1754; Lady Drake, 1755–70; Miss Sophia Drake, 1770–83 ...