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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. The Right Honourable.

  2. Henry Addington was an East Indiaman in the service of the British East India Company (EIC). She made one voyage for the EIC and was only five days into her second when she wrecked in 1798 at the Isle of Wight. Only voyage (1796–1798) Captain Richard Atherton Farington received a letter of marque on 4 May 1796.

  3. Marjie Bloy Victorian Web. 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 ...

  4. UK. England. London. 51°20′34″N 0°01′00″W  / . 51.3427°N 0.0167°W. / 51.3427; -0.0167. New Addington is a modern town in South London, England, within the London Borough of Croydon. It is located 5 miles south east of Croydon, south of Addington Village and north of Biggin Hill .

  5. In March 1802 the two countries signed the Treaty of Amiens, which brought to an end nearly nine years of war. However both the British Prime Minister Henry Addington and Napoleon viewed the peace as temporary, and so it was, with Britain declaring war on France on 18 May 1803. William Pitt replaced Addington as Prime Minister on 10 May 1804.

  6. 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 ...

  7. Henry Addington Bayley Bruce (June 27, 1874 – February 23, 1959), best known as H. Addington Bruce was an American journalist and author of psychology books. Career [ edit ] Bruce was born in Toronto, Ontario , Canada, and educated at Upper Canada College and Trinity College, Toronto .