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UK PMs 18thC
The title "Prime Minister" was first used in the Kingdom of Great Britain as a term of abuse for Robert Harley, a leading politician during the reign of Queen Anne. However, modern historians generally apply the title of "First" Prime Minister to Sir Robert Walpole who was appointed by King George I in 1721.
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Category: Trivialists / Politics
Last updated: 28/08/09
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Sir Robert Walpole 4 April 1721 – 11 Feb. 1742 Whig
The Earl of Wilmington 16 Feb. 1742 – 2 July 1743 Whig
Henry Pelham 27 Aug. 1743 – 6 Mar. 1754 Whig
The Duke of Newcastle 16 Mar. 1754 – 16 Nov. 1756 Whig
The Duke of Devonshire 16 Nov. 1756 – 25 June 1757 Whig
The Duke of Newcastle (2nd ministry) 2 July 1757 – 26 May 1762 Whig
The Earl of Bute 26 May 1762 – 8 April 1763 Tory
George Grenville 16 April 1763 – 13 July 1765 Whig
The Marquess of Rockingham 13 July 1765 – 30 July 1766 Whig
The Earl of Chatham, "William Pitt the Elder" 30 July 1766 – 14 Oct. 1768 Whig
The Duke of Grafton 14 Oct. 1768 – 28 Jan. 1770 Whig
Lord North 28 Jan. 1770 – 22 March 1782 Tory
The Marquess of Rockingham (2nd ministry) 27 March 1782 – 1 July 1782 Whig
The Earl of Shelburne 4 July 1782 – 2 April 1783 Whig
The Duke of Portland 2 April 1783 – 19 Dec. 1783 Whig
William Pitt the Younger 19 Dec. 1783 – 14 March 1801 Tory