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  1. 01/04/2021 · On 3 April 1721, Sir Robert Walpole (1676-1745) became the First Lord of the Treasury and, in effect, Britain’s first Prime Minister. He remains the longest holder of this office, serving 21 years, and left a lasting impression on the role he helped to shape and secure to the British constitution. It was to Walpole that the Downing Street ...

  2. 05/12/2020 · Robert Walpole, 1st earl of Orford, also called (1725–42) Sir Robert Walpole, (born August 26, 1676, Houghton Hall, Norfolk, England—died March 18, 1745, London), British statesman (in power 1721–42), generally regarded as the first British prime minister. He deliberately cultivated a frank, hearty manner, but his political subtlety has ...

  3. 02/09/2020 · Robert Halsband describes how, in 1731, the Leader of the Opposition and a supporter of Sir Robert Walpole fought a celebrated duel in Green Park, London. A London Merchant: Sir William Baker P.W. Kingsford describes how, for many years, Sir William Baker became Walpole’s chief ally in the eighteenth-century City.

  4. 11 5. Birthday: August 26, 1676 ( Virgo) Born In: Houghton, Norfolk, England. Sir Robert Walpole was a British statesman who served as the first Prime Minister of Great Britain. His tenure lasted for twenty years making him the longest serving Prime Minister in British history, a record which he holds till date.

  5. Robert Walpole. Sir Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford was a British politician. He is regarded by many as the first de facto Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (then called Great Britain ). The position of prime minister was not actually official at that time. Walpole He was born in Houghton, Norfolk on 26 August 1676. He died on 18 March 1745.

  6. 26/04/2020 · Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford, KG, KB, PC (26 August 1676 – 18 March 1745), known between 1725 and 1742 as Sir Robert Walpole, was a British statesman who is generally regarded as the de facto first Prime Minister of Great Britain. Although the exact dates of Walpole's dominance, dubbed the "Robinocracy", [2] are a matter of scholarly ...

  7. 13/10/2020 · SIR ROBERT WALPOLE. Walpole was born at Houghton, Norfolk in the 17th century. He was one of 19 children! He came from a prominent family of local landowners. Like almost all patricians he was an Anglican. Rober’s father was his namesake. Robert went to Eton. His father lied about the boy’s age to get him a King’s Scholarship.