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  1. William Bentinck. Lord William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck ( 14 de septiembre de 1774 - 17 de junio de 1839) fue un político inglés que sirvió como gobernador general de la India entre 1828 y 1835.

    • William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck
    • 17 de junio de 1839, París (Francia)
  2. Lord William Bentinck was the first governor general of British-occupied India . Everyone else before him was the governor of Bengal (Fort William) On his return to England, Bentinck served in the House of Commons for some years before being appointed Governor-General of Bengal in 1828.

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    Hans William Bentinck, 1st Earl of Portland, Baron Bentinck of Diepenheim and Schoonheten, KG, PC was a Dutch and English nobleman who became in an early stage the favourite of William, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder in the Netherlands, and future King of England. He was reportedly steady, sensible, modest and usually moderate. The friendship and cooperation stopped in 1699.

    Hans Willem was born in Diepenheim, Overijssel, the son of Bernard, Baron Bentinck, and was descended from an ancient and noble family of Guelders and Overijssel. He was appointed first page of honour and chamberlain. When, in 1675, Prince William was attacked by smallpox, Bentin

    In 1677 he was sent to England to solicit for Prince William the hand of Mary, daughter of James, Duke of York and future King of England. He was again in England on William's behalf in 1683 and in 1685. Later, in 1688, when William was preparing to assist in the overthrow of Jam

    The revolution accomplished, William made Bentinck Groom of the Stole, first gentleman of the bedchamber, and a Privy Counsellor. In April 1689 he was created Baron Cirencester, Viscount Woodstock and, in its second creation, Earl of Portland. He commanded some cavalry at the Bat

    While living in the Netherlands, Bentinck maintained a garden boasting many botanical rarities. Illustrations of these plants were collected under the name Codex Bentingiana. This work has since disappeared from the botanical scene.

    Lord Portland was married twice. On 1 February 1678, he married his first wife, Anne Villiers, daughter of Sir Edward Villiers and his wife Lady Frances Howard, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Suffolk. They had seven children: 1. Lady Mary Bentinck, who married, firstly, the 2nd Earl of Essex on 28 February 1692 and had one son and two daughters. She married, secondly, Sir Conyers D'Arcy, circa August 1714 and had no issue. 2. Willem Bentinck 3. Henry Bentinck, 1st Duke of Portland 4. Lady Anna Marg

    • Viscount Woodstock, Baron Bentinck, Baron Cirencester
    • Bulstrode Park
  3. William Henry Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, 4th Duke of Portland, PC (24 June 1768 – 27 March 1854), styled Marquess of Titchfield until 1809, was a British politician who served in various positions in the governments of George Canning and Lord Goderich

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    Vice-admiral William Bentinck, FRS was an officer in the Royal Navy and during the years 1798–1802 Governor of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He rose to the rank of vice-admiral of the blue during his long career in the navy.

    His father was John Bentinck, a captain in the navy, and his mother was Renira van Tuyll van Serooskerken. John's mother and thus William's grandmother was Charlotte Sophie of Aldenburg, the ruler of Aldenburg 1738–1748. She was the cousin to the mother of Catherine the Great and had good connections to the Russian court. Probably William also had a good relation with Duke George of Oldenburg who was referred to as a prince in Russia. Captain John Bentinck and his son, William Bentinck ...

    At the age of nineteen he was given the command of the 50-gun Assistance during the end of the American War of Independence. Shortly after the peace with USA, a part of the crew deserted and escaped to land on Sandy Hook. A cutter was sent after them but they ran aground on a salt march and the crew together with its commander Hamilton Halyburton died of exposure to the cold. Logbooks written by Bentinck has been preserved from a journey with Atalanta from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Charlottetown,

    He was the Governor of St. Vincent and the Grenadines during the years 1798–1802. During this time he made some journeys as a partial log exists with sailing instructions for a number of North American and West Indian harbours, February–July 1800, written by Bentinck.

    In 1802 he married and probably moved back to England. In 1805 he was commanding the Sea Fencibles from Cromer to Fosdyke Wash which was close to his estate. The Sea Fencibles was a coastal defence force that would defend against any invasion from France. During the following yea

    The Treaty of Orebro on 18 July 1812 marked the end of both the Anglo-Russian and the Anglo-Swedish Wars. The French armies was at the same time advancing into Russia and it was necessary to end the wars and instead create a union against France and its allies. Bentinck had famil

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    Primeros años y la preceptoría para el príncipe Guillermo

    Hans Willem era hijo de Bernard, Baron Bentinck de Diepenheim y descendiente de una antigua y noble familia de Güeldres y de Overijssel. Fue nombrado primer paje de honor y chambelán. Cuando, en 1675, el príncipe Guillermo fue atacado por la viruela, Bentinck lo cuidó con asiduidad, y esa devoción aseguró para él una amistad especial y duradera de Guillermo. A partir de ese momento, Bentinck tuvo la confianza del Príncipe, y en su correspondencia Guillermo fue muy abierto.

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    En 1677, fue enviado a Inglaterra para solicitar para el Príncipe Guillermo la mano de María II de Inglaterra, hija de Jacobo II de Inglaterra, Duque de York y futuro rey de Inglaterra. Estaba de nuevo en Inglaterra, en nombre de Guillermo en 1683 y en 1685. Luego, en 1688, cuando William estaba preparándose para asistir a la Revolución Gloriosa(derrocamiento del (ahora Rey) Jacobo incluyendo una invasión de las tropas holandesas, Bentinck fue a ver a algunos de los príncipes alemanes para as...

    Títulos y servicio militar

    Una vez realizada la revolución, de Guillermo (ahora rey de Inglaterra) nombró a Bentinck Groom of the Stole, primer caballero de recámara y Consejero Privado. En abril de 1689 fue nombrado Barón de Cirencester, Vizconde de Woodstock y, en su segunda creación, Conde de Portland. (La primera creación del condado se había hecho para Richard Weston en 1633, pero se extinguió en 1688.) Comandó algunas unidades de caballería en la batalla del Boyne en 1690 y estuvo presente en la de Landen, donde...

    Mientras vivió en Holanda, Bentinck mantuvo un jardín con muchas rarezas botánicas. Ejemplares de esas plantas fueron coleccionadas bajo el nombre de Codex Bentingiana. Ese trabajo ha desaparecido de la escena botánica.[3]​

    Lord Portland se casó dos veces. La primera fue con Anne Villiers (ca. 1633 - 30 de noviembre de 1688), hija del Sir Edward Villiers y su esposa Lady Frances Howard, hija de 2º conde de Suffolk, casados el 1 de febrero de 1678. Tuvieron seis hijos: 1. Lady Mary Bentinck (ca. 1679-20 de agosto de 1726), casada con el 2º conde de Essex el 28 de febrero 1698, y tuvieron un hijo. Casada en segundas nupcias con Sir Conyers D'Arcy ( - 1 de diciembre de 1758), ca. agostode 1714, sin descendencia. 2. Willem Bentinck (ca. 3 de marzo de 1681 - 26 de mayo de 1688). 3. Henry Bentinck, 1.erDuque de Portland. 4. Lady Anna Margaretha Bentinck (ca. 1683 - 3 de mayo de 1763), casada con Arent van Wassenaar, Barón de Wassenaar ca. 1701, tuvieron al menos una hija. 5. Lady Frances Wilhelmina Bentinck (18 de febrero de 1684 - 31 de marzo de 1712), casada con 4º Barón Byron(4 de enero de 1670 - 8 de agosto de 1736) el 19 de diciembre de 1706, con cuatro hijos. 6. Lady Isabella Bentinck (4 de mayo de 168...

    Mr. William Bentinck (1649-1689)
    The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Portland, PC (1689-1697)
    The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Portland, KG, PC (1697-1709)

    Este artículo incorpora texto de una publicación sin restricciones conocidas de derecho de autor:  Varios autores (1910-1911). «Encyclopædia Britannica». En Chisholm, Hugh, ed. Encyclopædia Britann...

    N. Japikse, ed., van Willem III en van Hans Willem Bentinck, eersten graaf van Portland.
    Biografía del 1.erconde, con enlaces a catrálogos en línea, de las Colecciones Especiales de Manuscritos, Universidad de Nottingham
    La Invasión de Inglaterra en 1688: un recurso de aprendizaje basado en los papeles del 1.erconde, desarrollada por de las Colecciones Especiales de Manuscritos, Universidad de Nottingham
    David Onnekink, The Anglo-Dutch Favourite - carrera de Hans Willem Bentinck, 1.er conde de Portland (1649-1709)Ashgate Publishing, 2007
  4. Lord William Bentinck, British governor-general of Bengal (1828–33) and of India (1833–35). An aristocrat who sympathized with many of the liberal ideas of his day, he made important administrative reforms in Indian government and society.

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