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UK PMs 19thC
The 19th century began with the formation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland following the Act of Union between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Ireland. As the century progressed, the power of Parliament increased; the Great Reform Act of 1832 led to a doubling of the number of eligible voters. Against the increasing electoral mandate of Parliament, the ability of the Monarch to influence the decisions of the Prime Minister was much reduced.
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Category: Trivialists / Politics
Last updated: 28/08/09
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William Pitt the Younger 19 Dec. 1783 – 14 March 1801 Tory
Henry Addington 17 March 1801 – 10 May 1804 Tory
William Pitt the Younger (2nd ministry) 10 May 1804 – 23 Jan. 1806 Tory
The Lord Grenville 11 Feb. 1806 – 31 March 1807 Whig
The Duke of Portland (2nd ministry) 31 March 1807 – 4 Oct. 1809 Tory
Spencer Perceval 4 Oct. 1809 – 11 May 1812 Tory
Lord Liverpool 8 June 1812 – 9 April 1827 Tory
George Canning 10 April 1827 – 8 Aug. 1827 Tory
The Viscount Goderich 31 Aug. 1827 – 21 Jan. 1828 Tory
The Duke of Wellington 22 Jan. 1828 – 16 Nov. 1830 Tory
The Earl Grey 22 Nov. 1830 – 9 July 1834 Whig
The Viscount Melbourne 16 July 1834 – 14 Nov. 1834 Whig
The Duke of Wellington (2nd ministry) 14 Nov. 1834 – 10 Dec. 1834 Tory
Sir Robert Peel 10 Dec. 1834 – 8 April 1835 Conservative
The Viscount Melbourne (2nd ministry) 18 April 1835 – 30 Aug. 1841 Whig
Sir Robert Peel (2nd ministry) 30 Aug. 1841 – 29 June 1846 Conservative
The Lord John Russell (Earl Russell) 30 June 1846 – 21 Feb. 1852 Whig
The Earl of Derby 23 Feb. 1852 – 17 Dec. 1852 Conservative
The Earl of Aberdeen 19 Dec. 1852 – 30 Jan. 1855 Peelite/Whig
The Viscount Palmerston 6 Feb. 1855 – 19 Feb. 1858 Whig
The Earl of Derby (2nd ministry) 20 Feb. 1858 – 11 June. 1859 Conservative
The Viscount Palmerston (2nd ministry) 12 June 1859 – 18 Oct. 1865 Liberal
The Earl Russell (2nd ministry) 29 Oct. 1865 – 26 June 1866 Liberal
The Earl of Derby (3rd ministry) 28 June 1866 – 25 Feb. 1868 Conservative
Benjamin Disraeli 27 Feb. 1868 – 1 Dec. 1868 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone 3 Dec. 1868 – 17 Feb. 1874 Liberal
Benjamin Disraeli (2nd ministry) 20 Feb. 1874 – 21 April 1880 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone (2nd ministry) 23 April 1880 – 9 June 1885 Liberal
The Marquess of Salisbury 23 June 1885 – 28 Jan. 1886 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone (3rd ministry) 1 Feb. 1886 – 20 July 1886 Liberal
The Marquess of Salisbury (2nd ministry) 25 July 1886 – 11 Aug. 1892 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone (4th ministry) 15 Aug. 1892 – 2 March 1894 Liberal
The Earl of Rosebery 5 March 1894 – 22 June 1895 Liberal
The Marquess of Salisbury (3rd ministry) 25 June 1895 – 11 July 1902 Conservative