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  1. 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. Addington is best known for obtaining the Treaty of Amiens in 1802, an unfavourable peace with Napoleonic France which marked the end of the Second Coalition ...

  2. Henry Addington (1757-1844), fue un político británico que ejerció las labores del Primer Ministro del Reino Unido entre 1801 y 1804. Biografía [ editar ] Henry Addington nació el 30 de mayo de 1757, y falleció el 15 de febrero de 1844.Fue hijo de Anthony Addington y Mary Addington, quien a su vez era hija del reverendo Haviland John ...

  3. 8 de abr. de 2024 · Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (born May 30, 1757, London—died Feb. 15, 1844, Richmond, Surrey, Eng.) was a British prime minister from March 1801 to May 1804. Honest but unimaginative and inflexibly conservative, he proved unable to cope with the problems of the Napoleonic Wars, and later, in his decade as home secretary ...

  4. 23 de ene. de 2024 · 30 May 1757, Holborn, London. Died. 15 February 1844, London, buried Mortlake, Surrey. Dates in office. 1801 to 1804. Political party. Tory. Major acts. Treaty of Amiens 1802: temporarily ended...

  5. Henry Addington. Compartir. Datos principales. Tipo. Político. Fecha nacimiento. 1757. País nacimiento. Gran Bretaña. Fecha muerte. 1844. Cargo. Primer Ministro. Desarrollo. Vizconde de Sidmouth, en 1801 sustituyó a Pitt como primer ministro, cargo que desempeñó hasta 1804.

  6. 11 de jun. de 2018 · Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (1757–1844). Prime minister. During a long political career Addington suffered from the denigration of foes and the condescension of friends, yet he had remarkable powers of survival. The son of a country doctor, he was educated at Winchester and Oxford.

  7. Learn about Henry Addington, former Prime Minister of the United from 1801 - 1804, who is remembered as an interlude in Pitt’s long tenure.