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  1. William Cavendish, I duque de Newcastle-upon-Tyne ( 6 de diciembre de 1592 - † 25 de diciembre de 1676) fue un erudito inglés perteneciente a la aristocracia, que fue poeta, jinete ecuestre, dramaturgo, espadachín, político, arquitecto, diplomático y militar. Nacido en el seno de la rica familia Cavendish, en Handsworth en el condado de Yorkshire.

  2. William Cavendish (1720-1764) William Cavendish, IV duque de Devonshire (8 de mayo de 1720 - 2 de octubre de 1764), tratado como Lord Cavendish antes de 1729 y como marqués de Hartington entre 1729 y 1755, fue un político whig y estadista británico que ocupó brevemente el cargo de primer ministro de Gran Bretaña. 1

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    Fue el segundo hijo de Sir William Cavendish, I conde de Devonshire, con su primera esposa, Anne Keighley. Fue educado por el filósofo Thomas Hobbes, que vivió en la residencia Cavendish (Chatsworth House) como su tutor privado durante bastantes años, y que le acompañó por su Grand Tour entre 1610 and 1615, visitando Francia e Italia antes de su ma...

    Casó con Christiana Bruce,[1]​ el 10 de abril de 1608. Tuvieron tres hijos: 1. Anne Cavendish (c. 1611-?), casada con Robert Rich, III conde de Warwick. 2. William Cavendish(1617-1684), que a la postre terminaría siendo el III conde de Devonshire. 3. Charles Cavendish (1620-1643).

    Esta obra contiene una traducción derivada de «William Cavendish, 1st Earl of Devonshire» de Wikipedia en inglés, publicada por sus editores bajo la Licencia de documentación libre de GNU y la Lice...

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    William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne, KG, KB, PC was an English courtier and supporter of the arts. He was a renowned horse breeder, as well as being patron of the playwright Ben Jonson, and the intellectual group known as the Welbeck Circle. Despite spending the then enormous sum of £15,000 entertaining Charles I in 1634, he failed t...

    William Cavendish was born at Handsworth Manor, Yorkshire, the eldest surviving son of Sir Charles Cavendish and Catherine Ogle, descended from the Barons Ogle. He was a grandson of Bess of Hardwick, and courtier William Cavendish. He had a younger brother Charles, and the two remained close friends throughout their lives. In 1618, Cavendish marrie...

    He was created a Knight of the Bath in 1610 and sat in the House of Commons as the member for East Retford in the Addled Parliament of 1614. He succeeded his father in 1617. On 3 November 1620 Cavendish was created 'Viscount Mansfield', then 'Earl of Newcastle-upon-Tyne' in 1628. In 1629 he inherited his mother's barony of Ogle, together with an es...

    As tension increased, both Charles and Parliament tried to secure key ports and weapons; an attempt by Newcastle to capture Hull in July failed. When Charles formally declared war in August, Newcastle was given command of the four northern counties, largely because he was willing to pay for his own troops. In November 1642, he advanced into Yorkshi...

    At the Restoration Newcastle returned to England, and succeeded in regaining the greater part of his estates, though burdened with debts, his wife estimating his total losses in the war at the enormous sum of £941,303. He was reinstated in the offices he had filled under Charles I and appointed a Gentleman of the Bedchamber. He was invested in 1661...

    Plays: 1. The Country Captain, or Captain Underwit 2. The Varietie 3. The Humorous Lovers 4. The Triumphant Widow From the Collections at the Library of Congressmnj

  3. William Cavendish (1590-1628), II conde de Devonshire. Frances Cavendish (1593-1631), casada con Henry Pierrepont, cuyo hijo Robert Pierrepont, fue nombrado I conde de Kingston-upon-Hull. Gilbert, que ha sido acreditado como autor de Horae Subsecivae, murió joven. James que murió siendo niño y supuso un golpe a la familia.

  4. El nombre de William Cavendish, ha sido portado por varios cortesanos y aristócratas ingleses. Cortesano William Cavendish, (1505-1557) padre del I conde de Devonshire, y abuelo del I duque de Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Condes William Cavendish, (1552-1626) I conde de Devonshire, hijo del anterior y tío del I duque de Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

  5. William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Devonshire, KG, PC, FRS (25 January 1640 – 18 August 1707) was an English soldier, nobleman, and Whig politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1661 to 1684 when he inherited his father's peerage as Earl of Devonshire.