Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle, became the relevant Secretary of State in 1724, but took time to learn the duties of his office, and even after that he was not firm in his action, causing historian James Henretta to blame salutary neglect on "administrative inefficiency, financial stringency, and political incompetence".
Thomas Pelham-Holles, Earl of Clare: Pelham-Holles Extinct 17 November 1768: Also Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne from 1757 York and Albany: 5 July 1716: Ernest Augustus, Prince-Bishop of Osnabrück: Hanover: Extinct 14 August 1728 Portland: 6 July 1716: Henry Bentinck, Earl of Portland: Bentinck Extinct 30 July 1990 Wharton: 28 January 1718
Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1 st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, son of Thomas Pelham, 1 st Baron Pelham Mary (b. 3 Aug 1723 – d. 3 Aug 1764) m. Thomas Osbourne, 4 th Duke of Leeds, son of Peregrine Hyde Osbourne 3 rd Baron Osbourne
British colonial forces, led by lieutenant colonel George Washington, attempted to expel the French in 1754, but were outnumbered and defeated by the French. When news of Washington's failure reached British Prime Minister Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of Newcastle, he called for a quick undeclared retaliatory strike.
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