Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham

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Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham
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Prìomh-mhinistear na Rìoghachd Aonaichte

13 dhen Iuchar 1765 - 30 dhen Iuchar 1766
George Grenville - William Pitt, 1ad Iarla Chatham
Prìomh-mhinistear na Rìoghachd Aonaichte

27 dhen Mhàrt 1782 - 1 dhen Iuchar 1782
Frederick North, Lord North - William Petty, 2na Iarla Shelburne
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Breith Siorrachd Eabhrac a Deas, 13 dhen Chèitean 1730
Dùthaich Rìoghachd na Breatainne Mòire
Ciad chànan Beurla
Bàs Lunnainn, 1 dhen Iuchar 1782
Nàdar a’ bhàis adhbharan nàdarra (an cnatan-mòr)
Teaghlach
Athair Thomas Watson-Wentworth, 1st Marquess of Rockingham
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Foghlam Colaiste Naomh Eòin
Sgoil Westminster
Cànain Beurla
Dreuchd
Dreuchd neach-poileataigs
Ballrachd An Comann Rìoghail
Creideamh
Pàrtaidh poileataigeach A' Chuigse

B' e Prìomh-mhinistear am Breatainn a bh' ann an Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2na Marquess Rockingham, KG, PC (13 an Cèitean 17301 an t-Iuchar 1782).

Rugadh e ann an 1730 faisg air Rotherham is bha e na sgoilear aig Westminster School. Chaidh e na mharquess ann an 1750 nuair an do chaochail athair is phòs e Mary Bright ann an 1752.

Chaidh e na phrìomhaire ann an 1765 is chuir e an Achd Aidmheilich, an do thagair gun robh còir aig riaghaltas na Breatainne cìsean a chur air na colonaidhean, ann an lagh. Chuir an Rìgh e à dreuchd ann an 1766 ach thill e ann an 1782 an dèidh do dh'Arm Breatannach sabaid aig Yorkstown a chall mar phrìomhaire sealadach. Chaochail e ann an rèim san Iuchar 1782.

Bha am feallsanaiche Edmund Burke na rùnaire prìobhaideach aig Rockingham.[1]

Iomraidhean[deasaich | deasaich an tùs]

  1. Thompson, Andrew (25mh dhen Ghearran 2015): “Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham - History of government blog”. GOV.UK. Air a thogail 13mh dhen Chèitean 2018.


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