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  1. John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, KG, GCMG, PC, FRS (18 August 1792 – 28 May 1878), known by his courtesy title Lord John Russell before 1861, was a British Whig and Liberal statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1846 to 1852 and again from 1865 to 1866. The third son of the 6th Duke of Bedford, Russell was educated ...

    • The Earl of Derby, Benjamin Disraeli
    • Whig (before 1859)
  2. John Russell (político) Estatua de John Earl Russell. John Russell ( Londres, 18 de agosto de 1792 - Surrey, 28 de mayo de 1878) fue un político británico, conocido como Lord John Russell. Fue el abuelo del filósofo Bertrand Russell .

    • John Russell, 1st Earl Russell
    • Robert Peel
  3. Lord John Russell was born in London into one of the leading Whig families; his father became 6th Duke of Bedford in 1802. Born prematurely, he remained puny throughout his life, and ill-health as a child meant that he was educated mostly by private tutors, including Edmund Cartwright, inventor of the power-loom.

  4. 16/08/2020 · John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, also called (until 1861) Lord John Russell, (born Aug. 18, 1792, London, Eng.—died May 28, 1878, Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey), prime minister of Great Britain (1846–52, 1865–66), an aristocratic liberal and leader of the fight for passage of the Reform Bill of 1832.

  5. John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford KG PC JP (c. 1485 – 14 March 1555) was an English royal minister in the Tudor era. He served variously as Lord High Admiral and Lord Privy Seal.

    • Edward VI
    • Sir James Russell (father), Alice Wyse (mother)
  6. Lord John Russell. Lord John Russell served as Prime Minister from 30 June 1846 to 21 February 1852 and from 29 October 1865 to 26 June 1866. He was born on 8 August 1792, the third son of the sixth Duke of Bedford. He was educated at Westminster School and the University of Edinburgh. When he was fully grown, Russell stood only 5' 4¾" tall ...

  7. Lord John Russell rose in my mind the more I listened to him. In person diminutive and rickety, he wriggled round, played with his hat, and seemed unable to to dispose of his hands or his feet; his voice was small and thin, but notwithstanding this, a house of five hundred members was hushed to catch his smallest accents.