Hace 1 día · On 14 March 1801, Pitt was formally replaced by the Speaker of the House of Commons, Henry Addington. Addington opposed emancipation, instituted annual accounts, abolished income tax and began a programme of disarmament.
Hace 3 días · Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth, Prime Minister; John Hawkins, geologist, traveller, and Fellow of the Royal Society; William Lisle Bowles, poet who revived the sonnet; William Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury; William Sturges Bourne, Tory politician, Home Secretary; Sydney Smith, essayist and satirist
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Hace 2 días · Henry Addington 1st Viscount Sidmouth: 11 June 1812 17 January 1822 Tory: Liverpool: George IV (1820–1830) Robert Peel MP for Oxford University: 17 January 1822 10 April 1827 Tory: William Sturges Bourne MP for Ashburton: 30 April 1827 16 July 1827 Tory: Canning (Canningite–Whig) Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne ...
Hace 15 horas · French Revolutionary Wars The French Revolutionary Wars ( French: Guerres de la Révolution française) were a series of sweeping military conflicts lasting from 1792 until 1802 and resulting from the French Revolution. They pitted France against Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia, and several other monarchies.
Hace 3 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.
17 de sept. de 2023 · William Pitt, the Younger, (born May 28, 1759, Hayes, Kent, England—died January 23, 1806, London), British prime minister (1783–1801, 1804–06) during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. He had considerable influence in strengthening the office of the prime minister.