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  1. Arthur Wellesley (Dublín, 1 de mayo de 1769-Walmer, 14 de septiembre de 1852), más conocido, a partir de 1814, por su título de duque de Wellington, fue un militar, político y estadista británico de origen irlandés, con una participación destacada en las guerras de coalición o guerras napoleónicas, particularmente al frente de las tropas anglo-portuguesas en la expulsión de los ...

  2. Lord Frederick Charles Wellesley (born 30 September 1992); who attended Eton College. Gained a commission into the Household Cavalry (Blues and Royals) from The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in December 2016. His engagement to Katherine Lambert was announced on 25 February 2021. Titles and styles

  3. Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, KG, PC (31 December 1738 – 5 October 1805), styled Viscount Brome between 1753 and 1762 and known as the Earl Cornwallis between 1762 and 1792, was a British Army general and official.

  4. 1793 wurde er abgelöst, kehrte nach Großbritannien zurück, wurde zum Marquess Cornwallis erhoben und Generalfeldzeugmeister. 1798 ging Cornwallis als Lord Lieutenant of Ireland nach Irland. Hier unterdrückte er durch energische Maßregeln die ausgebrochene Rebellion , schlug die an der irischen Küste gelandeten 1000 Franzosen unter General Humbert und stellte die Ruhe wieder her.

  5. Lord Melbourne, in full William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne of Kilmore, Lord Melbourne, Baron of Kilmore, Baron Melbourne of Melbourne, (born March 15, 1779, London, England—died November 24, 1848, Brocket, near Hatfield, Hertfordshire), British prime minister from July 16 to November 14, 1834, and from April 18, 1835, to August 30, 1841. He was also Queen Victoria’s close friend and ...

  6. 15/07/2022 · I have neglected until now to give an extract from Lord Bonkers' Diary in the June 1992 Liberator (issue 205). Paddy Ashdown, the Liberal Democrats' leader, had been floating the idea of some sort of electoral arrangement with Labour, so Lord Bonkers took up the suggestion that he talk to their local representatives.

  7. As lord lieutenant of Ireland, Wellesley disappointed the anti-Catholic George IV, and he was about to be removed when his brother, Wellington, was appointed prime minister (January 1828). Wellesley then resigned because his brother was opposed to Roman Catholic emancipation, although the duke was constrained to accept (1829) that… Read More