Leader of The House of Commons - Leaders of The House of Commons Since 1721 - 19th Century

19th Century

Name Portrait Took office Left office Offices held in conjunction Political Party Prime Minister
Henry Addington 17 March 1801 10 May 1804 Prime Minister
and Chancellor of the Exchequer
Pittite Tory Himself
William Pitt the Younger 10 May 1804 23 January 1806 (died) Prime Minister
and Chancellor of the Exchequer
Pittite Tory Himself
Charles James Fox February 1806 13 September 1806 (died) Foreign Secretary Whig
Lord Grenville
Viscount Howick September 1806 31 March 1807 Foreign Secretary
Spencer Perceval April 1807 11 May 1812 (died) Chancellor of the Exchequer 1807–12
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1807–12
Prime Minister 1809–12
Tory The Duke of Portland 1807–09
Himself 1809–12
Viscount Castlereagh June 1812 12 August 1822 (died) Foreign Secretary Tory Lord Liverpool 1812–27
George Canning 16 September 1822 8 August 1827 (died) Foreign Secretary 1822–27
Prime Minister and
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1827
Canningite Tory
Himself 1827
William Huskisson 3 September 1827 21 January 1828 War and Colonial Secretary Canningite Tory The Viscount Goderich
Robert Peel 26 January 1828 16 November 1830 Home Secretary Tory The Duke of Wellington
Viscount Althorp 22 November 1830 14 November 1834 Chancellor of the Exchequer Whig The Viscount Melbourne
Sir Robert Peel, Bt 10 December 1834 8 April 1835 Prime Minister
and Chancellor of the Exchequer
Conservative Himself
Lord John Russell 18 April 1835 30 August 1841 Home Secretary 1835–39
War and Colonial Secretary 1839–41
Whig The Viscount Melbourne
Sir Robert Peel, Bt 30 August 1841 29 June 1846 Prime Minister Conservative Himself
Lord John Russell 30 June 1846 21 February 1852 Prime Minister Whig Himself
Benjamin Disraeli 27 February 1852 17 December 1852 Chancellor of the Exchequer Conservative The Earl of Derby
Lord John Russell 28 December 1852 30 January 1855 Foreign Secretary 1852–53
Minister without Portfolio 1853–54
Lord President of the Council 1854–55
Whig
The Earl of Aberdeen
Viscount Palmerston 6 February 1855 19 February 1858 Prime Minister Whig Himself
Benjamin Disraeli 26 February 1858 11 June 1859 Chancellor of the Exchequer Conservative The Earl of Derby
Viscount Palmerston 12 June 1859 18 October 1865 (died) Prime Minister Liberal Himself
William Ewart Gladstone October 1865 26 June 1866 Chancellor of the Exchequer Liberal The Earl Russell
Benjamin Disraeli 6 July 1866 1 December 1868 Chancellor of the Exchequer 1866–68
Prime Minister 1868
Conservative The Earl of Derby

1866–68

Himself 1868
William Ewart Gladstone 3 December 1868 17 February 1874 Prime Minister 1868–74
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1873–74
Liberal Himself
Benjamin Disraeli 20 February 1874 21 August 1876 Prime Minister Conservative Himself
Sir Stafford Northcote, Bt 21 August 1876 21 April 1880 Chancellor of the Exchequer Conservative The Earl of Beaconsfield
William Ewart Gladstone 23 April 1880 9 June 1885 Prime Minister 1880–85
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1880–82
Liberal Himself
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Bt 24 June 1885 28 January 1886 Chancellor of the Exchequer Conservative The Marquess of Salisbury
William Ewart Gladstone 1 February 1886 2 July 1886 Prime Minister
and Lord Privy Seal
Liberal Himself
Lord Randolph Churchill 3 August 1886 14 January 1887 Chancellor of the Exchequer Conservative The Marquess of Salisbury
W. H. Smith 17 January 1887 October 1891 First Lord of the Treasury Conservative
Arthur Balfour October 1891 11 August 1892 First Lord of the Treasury Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone 15 August 1892 2 March 1894 Prime Minister
and Lord Privy Seal
Liberal Himself
Sir William Vernon Harcourt 2 March 1894 21 June 1895 Chancellor of the Exchequer Liberal The Earl of Rosebery
Arthur Balfour 29 June 1895 4 December 1905 First Lord of the Treasury 1895–1905
Prime Minister 1902–05
Lord Privy Seal 1902–03
Conservative The Marquess of Salisbury 1895–1902
Himself 1902–05

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