Sir Robert Peel

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List Of Lords Commissioners Of The Treasury - Commissioners of The Treasury of The United Kingdom (since 1801) - Second Peel Ministry (1841–1846)
6 September 1841 Sir Robert Peel, Bt (First Lord) Henry Goulburn (Chancellor of the Exchequer) James Milnes Gaskell Henry Bingham Baring Alexander Pringle John Young 21 May ...
Robert Peel (disambiguation)
... Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (1788–1850) was Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom ... Robert Peel may also refer to Robert Francis Peel (1874–1924), Governor of Saint Helena Robert Peel (Christian Science) (1909–1992), significant ecumenical figure ...
Earl Peel - Peel Baronets, of Drayton Manor and Bury (1800)
... Sir Robert Peel, 1st Baronet (1750–1830) Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (1788–1850) Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Baronet (1822–1895) Sir Robert Peel, 4th Baronet ...
Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Baronet - Family
... Peel married Lady Emily, seventh daughter of George Hay, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale, on 13 January 1856 ... On 9 May 1895 Peel was found dead, from hæmorrhage on the brain, in his bedroom at 12 Stratton Street, London ... His only son Robert succeeded in the baronetcy ...
Second Melbourne Ministry - History
... Lord Melbourne's second government came to power after Sir Robert Peel's minority government resigned in 1835 ... that after Melbourne's resignation in 1839, she refused to let Sir Robert Peel replace them with Conservative ladies ... This was known as the Bedchamber Crisis, and led to Peel's refusal to form a government ...

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