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  1. 1770 – 1828. Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl Liverpool, Lord Hawkesbury (1770–1828), statesman, was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1812 to 1827. The son of a close adviser of George III’s, Jenkinson was educated at Oxford and was 20 years old when first elected to the House of Commons. He assumed the title Lord Hawkesbury ...

  2. Robert Banks Jenkinson Edit Profile also known as 2nd Earl of Liverpool politician prime minister statesman Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, was a British politician and statesman to become the youngest and longest-serving Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1812–27) since 1806. Background

  3. Robert Banks Jenkinson, Second Earl of Liverpool Prime Minister, 1812-27 June 7, 1770 – December 4, 1828 Robert Banks Jenkinson (1770-1828) Second Earl of Liverpool from 1808. Prime Minister, 1812-27. Foreign Secretary, 1801-4. Home Secretary, 1804-6, 1807-9. Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, 1809-12.

  4. Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, was a British politician and statesman to become the youngest and longest-serving Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1812–27) since 1806.

  5. 1808 succeeded as 2nd Lord Liverpool. 1809-1812 Secretary for War and the Colonies. 1812-1827 First Lord of the Treasury (and Prime Minister) Born in London, 7 June, 1770 and dying there 4 December, 1828, Liverpool was a reluctant First Lord of the Treasury (and Prime Minister), coming to office on the assassination (11 May, 1812) of Prime ...

  6. Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool (1770-1828), Prime Minister. Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter associated with 59 portraits A Tory statesman, Jenkinson was in office almost continuously for thirty years as Foreign Secretary under Addington (1801-3), was Home Secretary under Pitt (1804) and rose to be Prime Minister from 1812-27.

  7. Robert Banks Jenkinson married secondly on 24 Sep 1822 to Mary Chester, who was an old friend of Louisa's. He died from a third cerebral haemorrhage which on 04 Dec 1828 in Coombe Wood, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England.