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" in the room of the Right Honourable William Pitt, who, since his election, has accepted the office of First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer. "
The National Review - Page 211
1861
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 30

1810
...materials of which Mr. Perceval was ultimately compelled to form his ministry. He himselt took the offices of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer. The marquis of Wellesley succeeded his friend Mr. Canning as secretary of v state for the foreign department...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1; Volume 2, Part 1

Walter Scott - 1811
...of Portland, thus uniting in himself, as Mr Pitt and Mr Addington had done before him, the offices of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer. The lo-a of the Duke of Portland was only that of a name ; that of Mr Canning was greatly regretted, as...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1; Volume 2, Part 1

Walter Scott - 1811
...of Portland, thus uniting in himself, as Mr Pitt and Mr Addington had done before him, the offices of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer. The loss of the Duke of Portland was only that of a name ; that of Mr Canning was greatly regretted, аз...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 2, Part 1

1811
...of Portland, thus uniting in himself, as Mr Pitt and Mr Addington had done before him, the offices of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer. The loss of the Duke of Portland was only that of a name ; that of Mr Canning was greatly regretted, as...
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The Lives of Dr. Edward Pocock: The Celebrated Orientalist, Volume 2

1816
...require some explication. When Mr. Pulteney had refused to accept of any public employment, even those of first Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Vice-treasurership of Ireland, which is usually divided into three places, and three very good places...
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History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the Breaking ..., Volume 2

Edward Baines - 1818
...mortification of several refusals, the arrangements were at length completed. Mr. Perceval himself took the office of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer ; the Marquis of Wellesley succeeded to the foreign department ; Lord Liverpool was transferred from the...
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The History of England, During the Reign of George III, Volume 4

Robert Scott - 1824
...proposals to Lords Grey and Grenville, which were rejected, and, in consequence, Mr. Perceval took the office of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer; the Marquis of Wellesley was recalled from his emhassy in Spain to succeed Mr. Canning in the foreign department...
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Hume and Smollett Abridged, and Continued to the Accession of George IV.

David Hume, John Robinson - 1824 - 501 pages
...Castlereagh, Mr. Canning and the duke of Portland. Mr. Perceval united in his own person the offices of first lord of the treasury, and chancellor of the exchequer ; the marquis Wellesley was appointed secretary for foreign affairs ; and lord Liverpool secretary at war....
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Hume and Smollett's Celebrated History of England, from Its First Settlement ...

David Hume, John Robinson - 1827 - 496 pages
...Castlereagh, Mr. Canning, and the duke of Portland. Mr. Perceval united in his own person the offices of first lord of the treasury, and chancellor of the exchequer ; the marquis Wellesley was appointed secretary for foreign affairs ; and lord Liverpool secretary at war....
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History of the Peninsular War, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1827
...Portland, . . thus uniting in himself, as Mr. Pitt and Mr. Addington had done before him, the offices of first lord of the treasury and chancellor of the exchequer. The loss of the Duke was only that of a name ; that of Mr. Canning was greatly regretted, as was also the...
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