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Sir Robert Walpole
J. H. Plumb
|Statement||[by] J. H. Plumb.|
|Series||Houghton Mifflin reprint editions|
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Plumb's biography is the first fully documented study since Archdeacon Coxe's Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole which appeared more than an a century and a half ago.
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Aug 31, · Sir Robert Walpole had 36 members of his family in government/administration in the early 18thC -this book steers a clever course between his rather selfish acquisitiveness and the good that he did the country by stopping wars[that cost a large amount of money]and generally getting the country on its feet after the debacle of the south sea bubble/5(2).
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Book by Horace Walpole and John Pinkerton, B. Smith, p. 43, 7 Copy quote. Every man has his price. Quoted in William Coxe Memoirs of Sir Robert Walpole (). Three letters. The first, to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, in December Six months after the late King's decease.
With his answer. The second, to the Lord Chancellor King on his Lordship's character, as it stood in January The third, to his Lordship, on the author's design of taking orders, in September Humbly inscribed to the minister [Reprint] () by Whatley.
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Robert Walpole was born on 26 August in Houghton, Norfolk into a wealthy landowning family. He was educated at Cambridge University and in became member of parliament for Castle Rising. Robert Walpole Esq. of Houghton, eldest son and heir of Sir Edward Walpole, was born 18 November and died 18 November and was buried at Houghton.
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He is regarded by many as the first de facto Prime Minister of the United Kingdom then called Great Britain. He was born in Houghton, Norfolk on 26 August He died on 18 March Born: 26 AugustHoughton, Norfolk.
Father of Edward Walpole, Sir Robert Walpole, Horatio "Old Horace" Walpole, Galfridus Walpole, and Mary Walpole Thomas was a member of Parliament for Castle Rising from He was mainly notable for being the father of Robert Walpole, who was minister under Geroge I and George II, laterly as Earl of software-comparativo.com: St Martin Churchyard, Houghton, Kings Lynn and.
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To The Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, (Now Earl Of Orford). Walpole quarrelled with Gray and they parted ways in Walpole was back to London in and became a Member of Parliament for Callington in Cornwall though he was a lacklustre participant in the House of Commons.
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Sir Robert Walpole was a Whig politician who came to power soon after the Hanoverians ascended to the throne in He used his personal influence with both George I, and especially with George II and Queen Caroline, to assume a great deal of power within Parliament.Horatio (often Anglicized as 'Horace') Walpole, Earl of Orford, led a long and productive life in the inner circles of British high society.
His father, Sir Robert Walpole, was prime minister to.He was the youngest of the five children of the 1st Earl of Orford (Sir Robert Walpole) by Catherine Shorter, but by some of the scandal-mongers of a later age, Carr, Lord Hervey, half-brother of John, Lord Hervey, afterwards second Earl of Bristol, has been called his father.
If this unlikely rumor be correct, no such suspicion ever entered Born: Sep 24,