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The Governments of Great Britain  1765 - 1902

Rockingham Chatham Grafton North
Rockingham 2 Shelburne Fox-North Pitt
Addington Pitt 2 Grenville Portland 2
Percival Liverpool Canning Goderich
Wellington Grey Melbourne Wellington 2
Peel Melbourne 2 Melbourne 3 Peel 2
Russell Derby Aberdeen Palmerston
Derby 2 Palmerston 2 Russell 2 Derby 3
Disraeli Gladstone Disraeli 2 Gladstone 2
Salisbury Gladstone 3 Salisbury 2 Gladstone 4
Rosebery Salisbury 3

The Ministries of Great Britain  1714 - 1765

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT  ROCKINGHAM

13.7.1765-30.7.1766

WHIG
Chances 23.5.1765

First Lord of the Treasury

Charles Wentworth,Marquess of Rockingham 2nd

whig

13.7.1765

-

29.7.1766

Lord Chancellor

Robert Henley, Earl of Northington 1st

whig

13.7.1765

-

30.7.1766

Lord President of the Council

Daniel Finch, Earl of Winchilsea 8th

whig

12.7.1765

-

30.7.1766

Lord Privy Seal

Thomas Pelham-Holles,Duke of Newcastle 1st

whig

15.7.1765

-

30.7.1766

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Dowdeswell

whig

16.7.1765

-

2.8.1766

Secretary of State in ND

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

12.7.1765

-

14.5.1766

  Secretary of State in ND

Henry Seymor Conway

whig

23.5.1766

-

30.7.1766

Secretary of State in SD

Henry Seymor Conway

whig

12.7.1765

-

23.5.1766

  Secretary of State in SD

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond 3rd

whig

23.5.1766

-

29.7.1766

Master General of the Ordnance

John Manners, Marquess of Granby

whig

13.7.1765

-

30.7.1766

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Perceval, Earl of Egmont 2nd

whig

13.7.1765

-

30.7.1766

Minister without Portfolio Prince William, Duke of Portland -

13.7.1765

-

31.10.1765

GOVERNMENT  CHATHAM

30.7.1766-14.10.1768

WHIG
Chances 10.9.1766,10.12.1766,11.9.1767,22.12.1767 & 20.1.1768

Lord Privy Seal

William Pitt, Earl of Chatham 1st

whig

30.7.1766

-

14.10.1768

First Lord of the Treasury

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

30.7.1766

-

14.10.1768

Lord Chancellor

Charles Pratt, Baron Camden

whig

30.7.1766

-

14.10.1768

Lord President of the Council

Robert Henley, Earl of Northington 1st

whig

30.7.1766

-

22.12.1767

  Lord President of the Council

Granville Leveson-Gower, Earl Gower 2nd

whig

22.12.1767

-

14.10.1768

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Charles Townshend

whig

2.8.1766

-

4.9.1767

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

Frederick North, Lord North

tory

11.9.1767

-

14.10.1768

Secretary of State in ND

Henry Seymor Conway

whig

30.7.1766

-

20.1.1768

  Secretary of State in ND

Thomas Thynne, Viscount Weymouth 3rd

whig

20.1.1768

-

14.10.1768

Secretary of State in SD

William Petty, Earl of Shelburne 2nd

whig

30.7.1766

-

14.10.1768

Master General of the Ordnance

John Manners, Marquess of Granby

whig

30.7.1766

-

14.10.1768

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Perceval, Earl of Egmont 2nd

whig

30.7.1766

-

10.9.1766

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Charles Saunders, Sir

whig

10.9.1766

-

10.12.1766

   First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Hawke, Sir

whig

10.12.1766

-

4.7.1783

GOVERNMENT  GRAFTON

14.10.1768-27.1.1770

WHIG
Chances  21.10.1768

First Lord of the Treasury

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

Lord Chancellor

Charles Pratt, Baron Camden

whig

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

Lord President of the Council

Granville Leveson-Gower, Earl Gower 2nd

whig

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

Lord Privy Seal

George Hervey, Earl of Bristol 2nd

-

2.11.1768

-

28.1.1770

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Frederick North, Lord North

tory

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

Secretary of State in ND

Thomas Thynne,Viscount Weymouth 3rd

whig

14.10.1768

-

21.10.1768

  Secretary of State in ND

William Nassau, Earl of Rochford 4th

whig

21.10.1768

-

19.12.1770

Secretary of State in SD

William Petty, Earl of Shelburne 2nd

whig

14.10.1768

-

20.10.1768

  Secretary of State in SD

Thomas Thynne,Viscount Weymouth 3rd

whig

21.10.1768

-

17.12.1770

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough 1st

tory

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

Master General of the Ordnance

John Manners, Marquess of Granby

whig

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Hawke, Sir

whig

14.10.1768

-

28.1.1770

GOVERNMENT NORTH

28.1.1770-22.3.1782

TORY+WHIG
Chances 1771-1772,1775-1776 & 1779

First Lord of the Treasury

Frederick North, Lord North

tory

28.1.1770

-

22.3.1782

Lord Chancellor

Henry Bathurst, Baron Apsley

tory

23.1.1771

-

3.6.1778

Lord Chancellor

Edward Thurlow, Baron Thurlow

tory

3.6.1778

-

7.4.1783

Lord President of the Council

Granville Leveson-Gower, Earl Gower 2nd

whig

28.1.1770

-

24.11.1779

  Lord President of the Council

Henry Bathurst, Earl Bathurst 2nd

tory

24.11.1779

-

27.3.1782

Lord Privy Seal

George Montagu-Dunk, Earl of Halifax 2nd

whig

20.2.1770

-

22.1.1771

  Lord Privy Seal

Henry Howard, Earl of Suffolk 12th

-

22.1.1771

-

12.6.1771

   Lord Privy Seal

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

12.6.1771

-

10.11.1775

    Lord Privy Seal

William Legge, Earl of Dartmouth 2nd

whig

10.11.1775

-

27.3.1782

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Frederick North, Lord North

tory

28.1.1770

-

27.3.1782

Lord Stewart

Wiliam Talbot, Earl Talbot 1st,

tory

28.1.1770

-

27.3.1782

Lord Chamberlain

Francis Seymour-Conway, Earl of Hertford 1st

tory

28.1.1770

-

27.3.1782

Secretary of State in ND

William Nassau, Earl of Rochford 4th

whig

28.1.1770

-

19.12.1770

  Secretary of State in ND

John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich 4th

whig

19.12.1770

-

12.1.1771

   Secretary of State in ND

George Montagu-Dunk, Earl of Halifax 2nd

whig

19.1.1771

-

6.6.1771

    Secretary of State in ND

Henry Howard, Earl of Suffolk 12th

tory

12.6.1771

-

7.3.1779

     Secretary of State in ND

Thomas Thynne,Viscount Weymouth 3rd

tory

7.3.1779

-

27.10.1779

      Secretary of State in ND

David Murray, Viscount Stormont 7th

tory

27.10.1779

-

27.3.1782

Secretary of State in SD

Thomas Thynne,Viscount Weymouth 3rd

whig

28.1.1770

-

17.12.1770

  Secretary of State in SD

William Nassau, Earl of Rochford 4th

tory

19.12.1770

-

9.11.1775

   Secretary of State in SD

Thomas Thynne,Viscount Weymouth 3rd

tory

9.11.1775

-

24.11.1779

    Secretary of State in SD

Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough 1st

tory

24.11.1779

-

27.3.1782

First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Hawke, Sir

whig

28.1.1770

-

12.1.1771

  First Lord of the Admiralty

John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich 8th

whig

12.1.1771

-

19.3.1782

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

James Stanley, Lord Strange

whig

28.1.1770

-

14.6.1771

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Thomas Villiers, Earl of Clarendon

whig

14.6.1771

-

17.4.1782

Master General of the Ordnance

George Townshend, Viscount Townshend 4th

tory

28.10.1772

-

27.3.1782

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough 1st

tory

28.1.1770

-

27.8.1772

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

William Legge,Earl of Dartmouth 2nd

-

27.8.1772

-

25.1.1776

   Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Germain,Lord

-

25.1.1776

-

8.3.1782

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

George Townshend, Viscount Townshend 4th

tory

28.1.1770

-

30.10.1772

 Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Simon Hartcourt, Earl Hartcourt

tory

30.11.1772

-

7.12.1776

  Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

John Hobart, Earl of Buckinghamshire 2nd

tory

25.1.1777

-

29.11.1780

   Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Frederick Howard, Earl of Carliske 5th

tory

23.12.1780

-

8.4.1782

GOVERNMENT  ROCKINGHAM 2

 27.3.1782-1.7.1782

WHIG+TORY

First Lord of the Treasury

Charles Wentworth,Marquess of Rockingham 2nd

whig

27.3.1782

-

1.7.1782

Lord Chancellor

Edward Thurlow, Baron Thurlow

tory

27.3.1782

-

4.7.1782

Lord President of the Council

Charles Pratt, Baron Camden 1st

whig

27.3.1782

-

4.7.1782

Lord Privy Seal

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

27.3.1782

-

4.7.1782

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Petty,Earl of Shelburne 2nd

whig

27.3.1782

-

10.7.1782

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Charles James Fox

whig

27.3.1782

-

5.7.1783

First Lord of the Admiralty

Augustus Keppel,Viscount Keppel 1st

whig

30.3.1782

-

4.7.1782

Commander in Chief of the Forces

Henry Seymour Conway

whig

27.3.1782

-

2.7.1783

Master General of the Ordnance

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond 3rd

tory

27.3.1782

-

2.7.1783

Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Cavendish, Lord

whig

27.3.1782

-

10.7.1782

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Dunning, Baron Ashburthon 1st

whig

17.4.1782

-

2.7.1783

GOVERNMENT SHELBURNE

4.7.1782-2.4.1783

WHIG+TORY
Chance 28.1.1783

First Lord of the Treasury

William Petty,Earl of Shelburne 2nd

whig

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Lord Chancellor

Edward Thurlow, Baron Thurlow

tory

4.7.1782

-

7.4.1783

Lord President of the Council

Charles Pratt, Baron Camden

whig

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Lord Privy Seal

Augustus Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton 3rd

whig

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Thomas Townshend

tory

10.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Thomas Robinson, Baron Grantham 2nd

whig

13.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

First Lord of the Admiralty

Augustus Keppel,Viscount Keppel 1st

whig

4.7.1782

-

28.1.1783

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Richard Howe,Viscount Howe

tory

28.1.1783

-

5.4.1783

Commander in Chief of the Forces

Henry Seymour Conway

whig

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Master General of the Ordnance

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond 3rd

tory

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Pitt

tory

10.7.1782

-

31.3.1783

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Dunning, Baron Ashburthon 1st

whig

4.7.1782

-

2.4.1783

GOVERNMENT    PORTLAND

2.4.1783 - 19.12.1783

TORY+WHIG

First Lord of the Treasury

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3rd

tory

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Frederick North, Lord North

tory

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Charles James Fox

whig

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Lord President of the Council

David Murray, Viscount Stormont 7th

tory

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Lord Privy Seal

Frederick Howard,Earl of Carlisle 5th

whig

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

First Lord of the Admiralty

Augustus Keppel,Viscount Keppel

whig

8.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Cavendish, Lord

whig

5.4.1783

-

17.12.1783

Master General of the Ordnance

George Townshend, Viscount Townshend 4th

tory

2.4.1783

-

19.12.1783

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Robery Henley, Earl of Northington 2nd

whig

5.4.1783

-

17.12.1783

GOVERNMENT   PITT

19.12.1783 - 14.3.1801

TORY+WHIG

CHANGES 1784,1787-1789,1791-1794 & 1795-1798

First Lord of the Treasury

William Pitt

tory

19.12.1783

-

14.3.1801

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Pitt

tory

19.12.1783

-

14.3.1801

Lord Chancellor

Edward Thurlow, Baron Thurlow

tory

23.12.1783

-

1.6.1792

  Lord Chancellor

Alexander Wedderburn,Baron Loughborough

-

28.1.1793

-

20.3.1801

Lord President of the Council

Granville Leveson-Gower, Earl Gower 2nd

whig

19.12.1783

-

1.12.1784

  Lord President of the Council

Charles Pratt, Earl Camden 1st

-

1.12.1784

-

18.4.1794

   Lord President of the Council

William Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam

tory

1.7.1794

-

17.12.1794

    Lord President of the Council

David Murray, Earl of Mansfield 2nd

tory

17.12.1794

-

21.9.1796

     Lord President of the Council

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

21.9.1796

-

17.3.1801

Lord Privy Seal

Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland 4th

tory

23.12.1783

-

8.3.1784

  Lord Privy Seal

Granville Leveson-Gower,Marquess of Stafford 1st

whig

22.11.1784

-

16.7.1794

   Lord Privy Seal

George Spencer, Earl Spencer 2nd

whig

16.7.1794

-

30.11.1794

    Lord Privy Seal

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

17.12.1794

-

14.2.1798

     Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

14.2.1798

-

5.10.1806

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Nugent-Temple-Grenville,Earl Temple 3rd

tory

19.12.1783

-

23.12.1783

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Thomas Townshend, Baron Sydney 1st

tory

23.12.1783

-

5.6.1789

    Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Grenville, Lord Grenville 1st

whig

5.6.1789

-

8.6.1791

     Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Dundas

tory

8.6.1791

-

11.7.1974

     Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3rd

tory

11.7.1794

-

17.3.1801

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Nugent-Temple-Grenville,Earl Temple 3rd

tory

19.12.1783

-

23.12.1783

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Francis Osborne,Marquess of Carmarthen

tory

23.12.1783

-

7.5.1791

    Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

William Grenvile, Lord Grenville 1st

whig

8.6.1791

-

20.2.1801

     Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 2nd

tory

20.2.1801

-

20.3.1801

First Lord of the Admiralty

Richard Howe,Viscount Howe 4th

tory

30.12.1783

-

12.7.1788

  First Lord of the Admiralty

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

12.7.1788

-

20.12.1794

   First Lord of the Admiralty

George John Spencer, Earl Spencer 2nd

tory

20.12.1794

-

19.2.1801

    First Lord of the Admiralty

John Jervis, Earl of St.Vincent 1st

tory

19.2.1801

-

20.3.1801

Master General of the Ordnance

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond 3rd

tory

30.12.1783

-

1.2.1795

  Master General of the Ordnance

Charles Cornwallis,Marquess Cornwallis 1st

tory

1.2.1795

-

30.7.1801

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland 4th

tory

12.2.1784

-

27.10.1787

  Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

George Nugent-Temple,Marquess of Buckingham 1st

tory

16.12.1787

-

24.10.1789

   Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

5.1.1790

-

13.12.1794

    Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

William Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam 2nd

tory

4.1.1795

-

13.3.1795

     Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

John Jeffreys Pratt, Earl Camden 2nd

tory

31.3.1795

-

14.6.1798

      Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Charles Cornwallis,Marquess Cornwallis 1st

tory

20.6.1798

-

17.3.1801

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 1st

tory

8.6.1791

-

20.3.1801

Secretary of State for War

Henry Dundas

tory

11.7.1794

-

17.3.1801

Secretary at War

William Windham

whig

11.7.1794

-

19.2.1801

GOVERNMENT   ADDINGTON

17.3.1801- 10.5.1804

TORY

CHANGES 30.7.1801,6.7.1802,13.5.1803 & 17.8.1803

First Lord of the Treasury

Henry Addington

tory

17.3.1801

-

10.5.1804

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Henry Addington

tory

14.3.1801

-

10.5.1804

Lord Chancellor

John Scott, Baron Eldon

tory

14.4.1801

-

10.5.1804

Lord President of the Council

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

17.3.1801

-

30.7.1801

  Lord President of the Council

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3 rd

tory

30.7.1801

-

10.5.1804

Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

17.3.1801

-

10.5.1804

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3rd

tory

17.3.1801

-

30.7.1801

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Thomas Pelham, Lord Pelham

tory

30.7.1801

-

17.8.1803

   Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Charles Philip Yorke

tory

17.8.1803

-

12.5.1804

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 2nd

tory

17.3.1801

-

14.5.1804

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Robert Hobart,Baron Hobart of Blicking

tory

17.3.1801

-

12.5.1804

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Jervis, Earl of St.Vincent 1st

tory

17.3.1801

-

10.5.1804

Master General of the Ordnance

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

28.8.1801

-

10.5.1804

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool 1st

tory

17.3.1801

-

7.6.1804

President of the Board of Control

George Legge, Viscount Lewisham

tory

25.4.1801

-

6.7.1802

  President of the Board of Control

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

6.7.1802

-

10.5.1804

GOVERNMENT   PITT 2

10.5.1804 - 23.1.1806

TORY

CHANGES 11.1.1805,14.1.1805,30.4.1805 & 10.7.1805

First Lord of the Treasury

William Pitt

tory

10.5.1804

-

23.1.1806

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Pitt

tory

10.5.1804

-

23.1.1806

Lord Chancellor

John Scott, Baron Eldon

tory

10.5.1804

-

7.2.1806

Lord President of the Council

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3rd

tory

10.5.1804

-

14.1.1805

  Lord President of the Council

Henry Addington,Viscount Sidmouth 1st

tory

14.1.1805

-

10.7.1805

   Lord President of the Council

John Pratt,Earl Camden 2nd

tory

10.7.1805

-

19.2.1806

Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

10.5.1804

-

5.10.1806

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 2nd

tory

12.5.1804

-

5.2.1806

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Dudley Ryder, Baron of Harrowby 2nd

tory

14.5.1804

-

11.1.1805

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Phipps, Baron of Mulgrave 3rd

tory

11.1.1805

-

7.2.1806

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

John Jeffrey Pratt, Earl Camden 2nd

tory

14.5.1804

-

10.7.1805

  Secret.of State for War & the Colonies

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

10.7.1805

-

5.2.1806

First Lord of the Admiralty

Henry Dundas,Viscount Melville 1st

tory

15.5.1804

-

30.4.1805

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Charles Middleton,Baron Barhan 1st

tory

30.4.1805

-

11.2.1806

Master General of the Ordnance

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

10.5.1804

-

11.2.1806

President of the Board of Trade

James Graham, Duke of Montrose 3rd

tory

7.6.1804

-

5.2.1806

President of the Board of Control

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

10.5.1804

-

11.2.1806

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry Phipps, Baron of Mulgrave 3rd

tory

6.6.1804

-

14.1.1805

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Robert Hobart,Earl of Buckinghamshire 4th

tory

14.1.1805

-

9.7.1805

   Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Dudley Ryder, Baron of Harrowby 2nd

tory

10.7.1805

-

12.2.1806

Minister without Portfolio

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3rd

tory

14.1.1805

-

11.2.1806

MINISTRY  LD GRENVILLE

11.2.1806 - 31.3.1807

WHIG+TORY

CHANGES 24.9.1806 & 8.10.1806

First Lord of the Treasury

William Wyndam Grenville, Baron Grenville 1st

whig

11.2.1806

-

31.3.1807

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Charles James Fox

whig

7.2.1806

-

13.9.1806

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Charles Grey, Viscount Howick

whig

24.9.1806

-

25.3.1807

Lord Chancellor

Thomas Eskine, Baron Erskine

-

7.2.1806

-

31.3.1807

Lord President of the Council

William Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam

whig

19.2.1806

-

8.10.1806

  Lord President of the Council

Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth 1st

tory

8.10.1806

-

26.3.1807

Lord Privy Seal

Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth 1st

tory

5.2.1806

-

15.10.1806

  Lord Privy Seal

Henry Fox, Lord Holland 3rd

whig

15.10.1806

-

25.3.1807

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George John Spencer, Earl Spencer 2nd

whig

5.2.1806

-

25.3.1807

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

William Windham

whig

5.2.1806

-

25.3.1807

First Lord of the Admiralty

Charles Grey, Viscount Howick

whig

11.2.1806

-

28.9.1806

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Thomas Grenville

whig

29.9.1806

-

31.3.1807

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Henry Petty, Lord

whig

5.2.1806

-

26.3.1807

Master General of the Ordnance

Francis Rawdon-Hastings, Earl of Moira 2nd

whig

11.2.1806

-

31.3.1807

Chief Justice,King's Bench Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough

11.2.1806

-

31.3.1807

Minister without Portfolio

William Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam

whig

8.10.1806

-

31.3.1807

GOVERNMENT   PORTLAND 2

31.3.1807 - 4.10.1809

TORY

CHANGES 11.7.1809

First Lord of the Treasury

William Bentinck, Duke of Portland 3 rd

tory

31.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Lord Chancellor

John Scott, Baron Eldon

tory

1.4.1807

-

4.10.1809

Lord President of the Council

John Pratt, Earl Camden 2nd

tory

26.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

25.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 2nd

tory

28.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Canning

tory

25.3.1807

-

11.10.1809

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

25.3.1807

-

1.11.1809

First Lord of the Admiralty

Henry Phipps, Baron of Mulgrave 1st

tory

4.4.1807

-

4.10.1809

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Spencer Perceval

tory

26.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Spencer Perceval

tory

30.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

Master General of the Ordnance

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

31.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

President of the Board of Trade

Henry Bathurst, Earl of Bathurst 3rd

tory

31.3.1807

-

4.10.1809

President of the Board of Control

Dudley Ryder, Baron of Harrowby 1st

tory

11.7.1809

-

4.10.1809

Secretary at War

George Leveson Gower, Lord

tory

11.7.1809

-

4.10.1809

GOVERNMENT   PERCEVAL

4.10.1809 - 11.5.1812

TORY

CHANGES 6.12.1809,1.5.1810,4.3.1812,24.3.1812 & 8.4.1812

First Lord of the Treasury

Spencer Percival

tory

4.10.1809

-

11.5.1812

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Spencer Perceval

tory

4.10.1809

-

11.5.1812

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Spencer Perceval

tory

4.10.1809

-

11.5.1812

Lord Chancellor

John Scott, Baron Eldon

tory

4.10.1809

-

9.6.1812

Lord President of the Council

John Pratt, Earl Camden 2nd

tory

4.10.1809

-

8.4.1812

  Lord President of the Council

Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth 1st

tory

8.4.1812

-

11.6.1812

Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

4.10.1809

-

9.6.1812

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury 2nd

tory

4.10.1809

-

1.11.1809

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Richard Ryder

tory

1.11.1809

-

8.6.1812

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Bathurst, Earl Bathurst 3rd

tory

11.10.1809

-

6.12.1809

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Richard Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley 1st

tory

6.12.1809

-

4.3.1812

   Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

4.3.1812

-

9.6.1812

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Robert Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool 2nd

tory

1.11.1809

-

11.6.1812

First Lord of the Admiralty

Henry Phipps, Baron of Mulgrave 1st

tory

4.10.1809

-

30.4.1810

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Charles Philip Yorke

tory

1.5.1810

-

24.3.1812

   First Lord of the Admiralty

Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville 2nd

tory

24.3.1812

-

9.6.1812

Master General of the Ordnance

John Pitt, Earl of Chatham 2nd

tory

4.10.1809

-

30.4.1810

  Master General of the Ordnance

Henry Phipps, Earl of Mulgrave 1st

tory

30.4.1810

-

9.6.1812

President of the Board of Trade

Henry Bathurst, Earl of Bathurst 3rd

tory

4.10.1809

-

9.6.1812

Minister without Portfolio

John Pratt, Earl Camden

tory

8.4.1812

-

11.5.1812

GOVERNMENT   LIVERPOOL

9.6.1812 - 10.4.1827

TORY

CHANGES 1814-1816,1818-1819,1821-1822 & 1823

First Lord of the Treasury

Robert Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool 2nd

tory

9.6.1812

-

10.4.1827

Lord Chancellor

John Scott, Baron Eldon

tory

9.6.1812

-

2.5.1827

Lord President of the Council

Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby 1st

tory

11.6.1812

-

10.4.1827

Lord Privy Seal

John Fane, Earl of Westmorland 10th

tory

9.6.1812

-

10.4.1827

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth 1st

tory

11.6.1812

-

17.1.1822

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Peel, Sir

tory

17.1.1822

-

10.4.1827

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

tory

9.6.1812

-

12.8.1822

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Canning

tory

16.9.1822

-

30.4.1827

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Henry Bathurst, Earl of Bathurst 2nd

tory

11.6.1812

-

30.4.1827

First Lord of the Admiralty

Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville 2nd

tory

9.6.1812

-

10.4.1827

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Nicolas Vansittart

tory

12.5.1812

-

31.1.1823

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

Frederick Robinson

tory

31.1.1823

-

20.4.1827

Master General of the Ordnance

Henry Phipps, Earl of Mulgrave 1st

tory

9.6.1812

-

1.12.1818

  Master General of the Ordnance

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

1.12.1818

-

10.4.1827

President of the Board of Control

Robert Hobart,Earl of Buckinghamshire 4th

tory

9.6.1812

-

4.6.1816

  President of the Board of Control

George Canning

tory

4.6.1816

-

12.1.1821

   President of the Board of Control

Charles Bragge Bathurst

tory

12.1.1821

-

4.2.1822

    President of the Board of Control

Charles Watkin Williams- Wynn

tory

4.2.1822

-

10.4.1827

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Charles Bragge Bathurst

tory

23.6.1812

-

13.2.1823

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Nicholas Vansittart, Baron Bexley 1st

tory

13.2.1823

-

10.4.1827

Minister without Portfolio

John Pratt, Earl Camden 2nd

tory

9.6.1812

-

1.12.1818

The Master of Mint

William Wellesley Pole

tory

9.1814

-

11.1823

President of the Board of Trade

Frederick Robinson

tory

24.1.1818

-

21.2.1823

  President of the Board of Trade

William Huskisson

tory

21.2.1823

-

10.4.1827

Minister without Portfolio

Henry Phipps, Baron of Mulgrave 1st

tory

1.12.1818

-

1820

GOVERNMENT   CANNING

10.4.1827 - 8.8.1827

TORY+WHIG

CHANGES 16.7.1827

First Lord of the Treasury

George Canning

tory

10.4.1827

-

8.8.1827

Chancellor of the Exchequer

George Canning

tory

20.4.1827

-

8.8.1827

Lord Chancellor

John Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

2.5.1827

-

31.8.1827

Lord President of the Council

Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby 1st

tory

10.4.1827

-

17.8.1827

Lord Privy Seal

William Cavendish ,Duke of Portland 4th

tory

30.4.1827

-

16.7.1827

  Lord Privy Seal

George Howard, Earl of Carlisle 6th

whig

16.7.1827

-

31.8.1827

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Sturges-Bourne

tory

30.4.1827

-

16.7.1827

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marq.of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

16.7.1827

-

31.8.1827

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John William Ward, Earl of Dudley 1st

tory

30.4.1827

-

31.8.1827

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Frederick Robinson,Viscount Goderich 1st

tory

30.4.1827

-

3.9.1827

President of the Board of Trade

William Huskisson

tory

10.4.1827

-

4.9.1827

President of the Board of Control

Charles Watkin Williams- Wynn

tory

10.4.1827

-

31.8.1827

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Nicholas Vansittart, Baron Bexley 1st

tory

10.4.1827

-

31.8.1827

Secretary at War

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston

whig

30.4.1827

-

31.8.1827

Minister without Portfolio

Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marq.of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

30.4.1827

-

16.7.1827

  Minister without Portfolio

William Cavendish ,Duke of Portland 4th

whig

16.7.1827

-

31.8.1827

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

George Howard, Earl of Carlisle 6th

tory

.5.1827

-

16.7.1827

  First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

William Sturges-Bourne

tory

16.7.1827

-

31.8.1827

The Master of Mint

George Tierney

whig

16.7.1827

-

31.8.1827

GOVERNMENT   GODERICH

31.8.1827 - 22.1.1828

TORY+WHIG

First Lord of the Treasury

Frederick Robinson,Viscount Goderich

tory

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Lord Chancellor

John Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Lord President of the Council

William Henry Cavendish,Duke of Portland 4th

tory

17.8.1827

-

28.1.1828

Lord Privy Seal

George Howard, Earl of Carlisle 9th

whig

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marq.of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John William Ward, Earl of Dudley 1st

tory

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

William Huskisson

tory

3.9.1827

-

22.1.1828

Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Charles Herries

tory

3.9.1827

-

26.1.1828

Master General of the Ordnance

Henry Paget, Marquess of Anglesey 1st

tory

31.8.1827

-

29.1.1828

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Grant

whig

4.9.1827

-

22.1.1828

President of the Board of Control

Charles Watkin William Wynn

tory

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

William Sturges-Bourne

tory

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Nicholas Vansittart, Baron Bexley 1st

tory

31.8.1827

-

26.1.1828

Secretary at War

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

31.8.1827

-

22.1.1828

GOVERNMENT   WELLINGTON

22.1.1828 - 22.11.1830

TORY

CHANGES 30.5/2.6.1828,11.6.1828,24.9.1828,10.6.1829 & 2.2.1830

First Lord of the Treasury

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

22.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

Lord Chancellor

John Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

22.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

Lord President of the Council

Henry Bathurst, Earl of Bathurst 3rd

tory

26.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

Lord Privy Seal

Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough 2nd

tory

26.1.1828

-

10.6.1829

  Lord Privy Seal

James Erskine, Earl of Rosslyn 2nd

tory

10.6.1829

-

22.11.1830

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Peel, Sir

tory

26.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John Ward, Earl of Dudley

tory

22.1.1828

-

2.6.1828

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Hamilton-Gordon,Earl of Aberdeen 4th

tory

2.6.1828

-

22.11.1830

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

William Huskisson

tory

22.1.1828

-

30.5.1828

  Secret.of State for War & the Colonies

George Murray, Sir

tory

30.5.1828

-

22.11.183

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Henry Goulburn

tory

26.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Grant

whig

22.1.1828

-

11.6.1828

  President of the Board of Trade

William Vesey-Fitzgerald

tory

11.6.1828

-

2.2.1830

   President of the Board of Trade

John Charles Herries

tory

2.2.1830

-

22.11.1830

President of the Board of Control

Charles Watkin William Wynn

tory

22.1.1828

-

31.7.1828

President of the Board of Control

Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville 2nd

tory

31.7.1828

-

24.9.1828

  President of the Board of Control

Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough 2nd

tory

24.9.1828

-

16.11.1830

The Master of Mint

John Charles Herries

tory

26.1.1828

-

22.11.1830

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Hamilton-Gordon,Earl of Aberdeen 4th

tory

26.1.1828

-

2.6.1828

Secretary at War

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston

whig

22.1.1828

-

11.6.1828

First Lord of the Admiralty

Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville 2nd

tory

17.9.1828

-

22.11.1830

MINISTRY   GREY

22.11.1830 -  16.7.1834

WHIG

CHANGES 1831,6.4.1833,5.6.1834 & 7.6.1834

First Lord of the Treasury

Charles Grey, Earl Grey 2nd

whig

22.11.1830

-

16.7.1834

Lord Chancellor

Henry Brougham, Baron Brougham

whig

22.11.1830

-

10.12.1834

Lord President of the Council

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

22.11.1830

-

16.7.1834

Lord Privy Seal

John Lambton, Lord Durhan 1st

whig

22.11.1830

-

3.4.1833

  Lord Privy Seal

Frederick Robinson,Earl of Ripon 1st

whig

3.4.1833

-

5.6.1834

   Lord Privy Seal

George Howard, Earl of Carlisle 9th

whig

5.6.1834

-

30.7.1834

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne 2nd

whig

22.11.1830

-

16.7.1834

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

22.11.1830

-

14.11.1834

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Frederick Robinson,Viscount Goderich 1st

whig

22.11.1830

-

3.4.1833

  Secret.of State for War & the Colonies

Edward Smith Stanley, Lord Stanley

whig

3.4.1833

-

5.6.1834

   Secret.of State for War & the Colonies

Thomas Spring-Rice

whig

5.6.1834

-

16.7.1834

First Lord of the Admiralty

James Robert Graham, 2nd

whig

25.9.1830

-

7.6.1834

  First Lord of the Admiralty

George Eden, Baron Auckland 2nd

whig

7.6.1834

-

10.12.1834

Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Charles Spencer,Viscount Althorp

whig

22.11.1830

-

16.7.1834

President of the Board of Control

Charles Grant

whig

1.12.1830

-

10.12.1834

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry Vassall-Fox, Baron Holland 3rd

whig

25.11.1830

-

16.7.1834

Postmaster General

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond 5th

whig

11.12.1830

-

5.7.1834

Minister without Portfolio

George Howard, Earl of Carlisle 1st

whig

22.11.1830

-

5.6.1834

Paymaster of the Forces

John Russell, Lord

whig

16.6.1831

-

16.7.1834

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Edward Smith Stanley

whig

16.6.1831

-

29.3.1833

Secretary at War

Edward Ellice

whig

20.6.1834

-

16.7.1834

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Poulette Thomson

whig

5.6.1834

-

16.7.1834

The Master of Mint

James Abercromby

whig

13.6.1834

-

16.7.1834

GOVERNMENT   MELBOURNE

16.7.1834- 17.11.1834

WHIG

First Lord of the Treasury

William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne 2nd

whig

16.7.1834

-

14.11.1834

Lord Chancellor

Henry Brougham, Baron Brougham

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Lord President of the Council

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

16.7.1834

-

17.11.1834

Lord Privy Seal

Constantine Phipps, Earl of Mulgrave 6th

whig

30.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

John Ponsonby,Viscount Duncannon

whig

19.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Thomas Spring-Rice

whig

16.7.1834

-

14.11.1834

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Eden, Baron Auckland 2nd

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Charles Spencer,Viscount Althorp

whig

16.7.1834

-

14.11.1834

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Poulette Thomson

whig

16.7.1834

-

14.11.1834

President of the Board of Control

Charles Grant

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

The Master of Mint

James Abercromby

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

John Cam Hobhouse, Sir

whig

22.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry Vassall-Fox, Baron Holland 3rd

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Paymaster of the Forces

John Russell, Lord

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

Secretary at War

Edward Ellice

whig

16.7.1834

-

15.11.1834

GOVERNMENT WELLINGTON 2

17.11.1834 - 10.12.1834

TORY (caretaker)

First Lord of the Treasury

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

17.11.1834

-

10.12.1834

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

15.11.1834

-

10.12.1834

Lord Chancellor

john Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

21.11.1834

-

10.12.1834

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

15.11.1834

-

10.12.1834

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

15.11.1834

-

15.12.1834

Chancellor of the Exchequer (pro tem)

Thomas Denman, Baron Denman

tory

14.11.1834

-

10.12.1834

GOVERNMENT   PEEL

10.12.1834 - 18.4.1835

TORY

First Lord of the Treasury

Robert Peel, Sir

tory

10.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Robert Peel, Sir

tory

10.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Lord Chancellor

John Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

10.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Lord President of the Council

James Erskine, Earl of Rosslyn 2nd

tory

15.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Lord Privy Seal

James Stuart, Baron Wharncliffe 1st

tory

15.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Goulburn

tory

15.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

10.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

George Hamilton-Gordon,Earl of Aberdeen 4th

tory

20.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

First Lord of the Admiralty

Thomas Robinson, Earl de Grey 2nd

tory

22.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Master General of the Ordnance

George Murray

tory

18.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

President of the Board of Trade

Alexander Baring

tory

16.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

The Master of Mint

Alexander Baring

tory

16.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

President of the Board of Control

Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough 2nd

tory

18.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Paymaster of the Forces

Edmund Knatchbull, Sir

tory

23.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

Secretary at War

John Charles Herries

tory

16.12.1834

-

18.4.1835

GOVERNMENT  MELBOURNE 2

18.4.1835 - 26.8.1839

WHIG

CHANGES 15.8.1835,16.1.1836 & 20.2.1839

First Lord of the Treasury

William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne 2nd

whig

18.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Lord President of the Council

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

18.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Lord Privy Seal

John Ponsonby,Viscount Duncannon

whig

28.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

JJohn Ponsonby,Viscount Duncannon

whig

28.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

John Russell, Lord

whig

18.4.1835

-

30.8.1839

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

18.4.1835

-

30.8.1839

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Charles Grant, Baron Glenelg

whig

18.4.1835

-

20.2.1839

  Secret. of State for War & the Colonies

Constantine Phipps,Marquess of Normandy 1st

whig

20.2.1839

-

30.8.1839

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Eden, Baron Auckland 2nd

whig

23.4.1835

-

15.9.1835

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Gilbert Elliot-Murrey,Earl of Minto

whig

15.9.1835

-

26.8.1839

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Thomas Spring Rice

whig

18.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Thomson

whig

18.4.1835

-

29.8.1839

President of the Board of Control

John Cam Hobhouse, Sir

whig

23.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry Vassall-Fox, Baron Holland 3rd

whig

23.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Secretary at War

Henry Grey,Viscount Howick

whig

28.4.1835

-

26.8.1839

Lord Chancellor

Charles Pepys, Baron Cottenham

whig

16.1.1836

-

26.8.1839

Chief Secretary for Ireland

George Howard, Viscount Morpeth

whig

20.2.1839

-

26.8.1839

GOVERNMENT  MELBOURNE 3

30.8.1839 - 30.8.1841

WHIG

CHANGES 15.1.1840,31.10.1940 & 23.6.1841

First Lord of the Treasury

William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne 2nd

whig

26.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

Lord Chancellor

Charles Pepys, Baron Cottenham

whig

26.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

Lord President of the Council

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

26.8.1839

-

3.9.1841

Lord Privy Seal

John Ponsonby,Viscount Duncannon

whig

26.8.1839

-

15.1.1840

  Lord Privy Seal

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

whig

15.1.1840

-

30.8.1841

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

JJohn Ponsonby,Viscount Duncannon

whig

26.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Constantine Phipps, Marquess of Normandy 1st

whig

30.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

26.8.1839

-

2.9.1841

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

John Russell, Lord

whig

30.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

First Lord of the Admiralty

Gilbert Elliot-Murrey,Earl of Minto

whig

26.8.1839

-

1.9.1841

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Francis Thornhill Baring, Sir

whig

26.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

President of the Board of Trade

Henry Labouchere

whig

29.8.1839

-

30.8.1841

President of the Board of Control

John Cam Hobhouse, Sir

whig

26.8.1839

-

1.9.1841

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry Vassall-Fox, Baron Holland 3rd

whig

26.8.1839

-

22.10.1840

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

whig

31.10.1840

-

23.6.1841

   Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Grey, Sir

whig

23.6.1841

-

1.9.1841

Secretary at War

Thomas Babington Macaulay

whig

27.8.1839

-

1.9.1841

Chief Secretary for Ireland

George Howard, Viscount Morpeth

whig

26.8.1839

-

6.9.1841

GOVERNMENT   PEEL 2

30.8.1841 -  30.6.1846

TORY

CHANGES 23.10.1841,2.4.1842,16.5.1843,1844,1.1845,23.12.1845 & 21.1.846

First Lord of the Treasury

Robert Peel

tory

30.8.1841

-

30.6.1846

Lord Chancellor

John Copley, Baron Lyndhurst

tory

3.9.1841

-

30.6.1846

Lord President of the Council

James Stuart, Baron Wharncliffe

tory

3.9.1841

-

21.1.1846

  Lord President of the Council

Walter Montagu, Duke of Buccleuch 5th

tory

21.1.1846

-

6.7.1846

Lord Privy Seal

Richard Temple, Duke of Buckingham 2nd

tory

3.9.1841

-

2.4.1842

  Lord Privy Seal

Walter Montagu, Duke of Buccleuch 5th

tory

2.4.1842

-

21.1.1846

   Lord Privy Seal

Thomas Hamilton, Earl of Haddington 9th

tory

21.1.1846

-

30.6.1846

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

James Robert Graham, Sir

tory

6.9.1841

-

30.6.1846

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Hamilton-Gordon,Earl of Aberdeen 4th

tory

2.9.1841

-

6.7.1846

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Edward Smith Stanley, Lord Stanley

tory

3.9.1841

-

23.12.1845

  Secret.of State for War & the Colonies

William Gladstone

tory

23.12.1845

-

27.6.1846

First Lord of the Admiralty

Thomas Hamilton, Earl of Haddington 9th

tory

6.9.1841

-

8.1.1846

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Law, Earl of Ellenborogh 1st

tory

8.1.1846

-

6.7.1846

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Henry Goulburn

tory

3.9.1841

-

27.6.1846

President of the Board of Control

Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough 2nd

tory

4.9.1841

-

22.10.1841

  President of the Board of Control

William Fitzgerald, Baron Fitzgerald 1st

tory

23.10.1841

-

11.5.1843

  President of the Board of Control

Frederick Robinson,Earl of Ripon 1st

tory

17.5.1843

-

29.6.1846

President of the Board of Trade

Frederick Robinson,Earl of Ripon 1st

tory

3.9.1841

-

15.5.1843

  President of the Board of Trade

William Gladstone

tory

15.5.1843

-

5.2.1845

Secretary at War

Henry Hardinge, Sir

tory

3.9.1841

-

17.5.1844

  Secretary at War

Sidney Herbert

tory

5.1845

-

30.6.1846

Paymaster-General

Edmund Knatchbull, Sir

tory

3.9.1841

-

2.1845

Minister without Portfolio

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington 1st

tory

3.9.1841

-

30.6.1846

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Granville Charles Somerset, Lord

tory

.5.1844

-

27.6.1846

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

Henry Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lincoln

tory

2.1845

-

14.2.1846

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Henry Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lincoln

tory

14.2.1846

-

6.7.1846

GOVERNMENT   RUSSELL

30.6.1846 - 23.2.1852

WHIG

CHANGES 22.7.1847,.6.3.1850,15.7.1850,26.12.1851 & 5.2.1852

First Lord of the Treasury

John Russell, Lord

whig

30.6.1846

-

21.2.1852

Lord Chancellor

Charles Pepys, Baron Cottenham

whig

6.7.1846

-

15.7.1850

  Lord Chancellor

Thomas Wilde, Baron Truro

whig

15.7.1850

-

23.2.1852

Lord President of the Council

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 3rd

whig

6.7.1846

-

27.2.1852

Lord Privy Seal

Gilbert Elliot-Murrey, Earl of Minto 2nd

whig

6.7.1846

-

23.2.1852

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Grey, Sir

whig

6.7.1846

-

23.2.1852

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

6.7.1846

-

26.12.1851

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

whig

26.12.1851

-

27.2.1852

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Henry Grey, Earl Grey 3rd

whig

6.7.1846

-

21.2.1852

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Eden, Earl of Auckland

whig

7.7.1846

-

15.1.1849

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Francis Thornhill Baring, Sir

whig

15.1.1849

-

22.2.1852

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Charles Wood, Sir

whig

6.7.1846

-

21.2.1852

President of the Board of Control

John Cam Hobhouse, Sir

whig

8.7.1846

-

5.2.1852

  President of the Board of Control

Fox Maule Ramsey

whig

5.2.1852

-

27.2.1852

President of the Board of Trade

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

whig

6.7.1846

-

22.7.1847

  President of the Board of Trade

Henry Labouchere

whig

22.7.1847

-

21.2.1852

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Campbell, Baron Campbell 1st

whig

6.7.1846

-

6.3.1850

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George William Howard, Earl of Carlisle 7th

whig

6.3.1850

-

23.2.1852

First Commissioner of Woods & Forests

George Howard, Viscount Morpeth

whig

6.7.1846

-

15.7.1850

   First Commissioner of Works

Edward Seymour,Lord Seymour

whig

10.1851

-

21.2.1852

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Henry Labouchere

whig

6.7.1846

-

22.7.1847

Postmaster General

Ulick De Burgh, Marquess of Clanricarde 1st

whig

7.7.1846

-

21.2.1852

Paymaster-General

Thomas Babington Macaulay

whig

6.7.1846

-

22.7.1847

  Paymaster-General

George Leveson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

whig

10.1851

-

26.12.1851

Secretary at War

Fox Maule

whig

10.1851

-

5.2.1852

GOVERNMENT   DERBY

23.2.1852 - 19.12.1852

CONS

First Lord of the Treasury

Edward George Stanley, Earl of Derby 14th

cons

23.2.1852

-

19.12.1852

Lord Chancellor

Edward Sugden, Baron St.Leonards

cons

27.2.1852

-

28.12.1852

Lord President of the Council

William Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale 2nd

cons

27.2.1852

-

28.12.1852

Lord Privy Seal

James Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 2nd

cons

27.2.1852

-

4.1.1853

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Spencer Horatio Walpole

cons

27.2.1852

-

19.12.1852

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury 3rd

cons

27.2.1852

-

28.12.1852

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

John Somerset Pakington, Sir

cons

27.2.1852

-

17.12.1852

First Lord of the Admiralty

Algernon Percy,Duke of Northumberland 4th

cons

28.2.1852

-

28.12.1852

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Benjamin Disraeli

cons

27.2.1852

-

17.12.1852

President of the Board of Control

John Charles Herries

cons

28.2.1852

-

17.12.1852

President of the Board of Trade

Joseph Warner Henley

cons

27.2.1852

-

17.12.1852

First Commissioner of Works

John James Manners, Lord

cons

4.3.1852

-

17.12.1852

Postmaster General

Charles Yorke, Earl of Hardwicke 4th

cons

1.3.1852

-

19.12.1852

GOVERNMENT   ABERDEEN

19.12.1852 - 6.2.1855

WHIG+PEELITE

CHANGES 21.3.1853,12.4.1854 & 10.6.1854

First Lord of the Treasury

George Hamilton-Gordon,Earl of Aberdeen 4th

peelite

19.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

Lord Chancellor

Robert Rolfe, Baron Cranworth

whig

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

Lord President of the Council

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

whig

28.12.1852

-

12.6.1854

  Lord President of the Council

John Russell, Lord

whig

12.6.1854

-

8.2.1855

Lord Privy Seal

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

whig

4.1.1853

-

6.2.1855

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John Russell, Lord

whig

28.12.1852

-

21.3.1853

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

whig

21.3.1853

-

6.2.1855

Secretary of State for War & the Colonies

Henry Pelham-Clinton,Duke of Newcastle 5th

peelite

28.12.1852

-

10.6.1854

  Secretary of State for War

Henry Pelham-Clinton,Duke of Newcastle 5th

peelite

12.6.1854

-

30.1.1855

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Grey, Sir

whig

12.6.1854

-

8.2.1855

First Lord of the Admiralty

James Robert Graham, Sir

peelite

30.12.1852

-

10.2.1855

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

peelite

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

President of the Board of Control

Charles Wood, Sir

whig

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

First Commissioner of Works

William Molensworth, Sir

whig

5.1.1853

-

6.2.1855

Secretary at War

Sidney Herbert

peelite

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

Minister without Portfolio

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 1st

whig

28.12.1852

-

6.2.1855

Minister without Portfolio

John Russell, Lord

whig

26..3.1853

-

8.6.1854

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Leveson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

whig

21.6.1854

-

6.2.1855

GOVERNMENT   PALMERSTON

6.2.1855 - 20.2.1858

WHIG

CHANGES 23.8.1855,28.2.1855,21.7.1855,17.11.1855,7.12.1855,1857 & 3.2.1858

First Lord of the Treasury

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

whig

6.2.1855

-

19.2.1858

Lord Chancellor

Robert Rolfe, Baron Cranworth

whig

6.2.1855

-

20.12.1858

Lord President of the Council

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

whig

8.2.1855

-

26.2.1858

Lord Privy Seal

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

whig

6.2.1855

-

7.12.1855

  Lord Privy Seal

Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby 2nd

whig

7.12.1855

-

3.2.1858

   Lord Privy Seal

Ulick De Burgh, Marquess of Clanricarde 1st

whig

3.2.1858

-

26.2.1858

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Grey, Sir

whig

6.2.1855

-

26.2.1858

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

whig

6.2.1855

-

26.2.1858

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Sidney Herbert

peelite

8.2.1855

-

23.2.1855

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

John Russell, Lord

whig

23.2.1855

-

21.7.1855

   Secretary of State for the Colonies

William Molesworth, Sir

whig

21.7.1855

-

21.11.1855

    Secretary of State for the Colonies

Henry Labouchere

whig

21.11.1855

-

21.2.1858

Secretary of State for War

Fox Maule Ramsay, Lord Panmure

whig

8.2.1855

-

21.2.1858

First Lord of the Admiralty

James Robert Graham, Sir

peelite

6.2.1855

-

13.3.1855

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Charles Wood, Sir

whig

13.3.1855

-

20.2.1858

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

peelite

6.2.1855

-

28.2.1855

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

George Cornewall Lewis, Sir

whig

28.2.1855

-

21.2.1858

President of the Board of Control

Charles Wood, Sir

whig

10.2.1855

-

28.2.1855

  President of the Board of Control

Robert Vernon Smith

whig

28.2.1855

-

20.2.1858

President of the Board of Trade

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderley

whig

27.11.1855

-

21.2.1858

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby 2nd

whig

31.3.1855

-

7.12.1855

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Matthew Talbot Baines

whig

.1857

-

20.2.1858

First Commissioner of Works

William Molensworth, Sir

whig

6.2.1855

-

21.7.1855

Postmaster General

Charles Canning, Viscount Canning 2nd

whig

6.2.1855

-

30.11.1855

  Postmaster General

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

whig

30.11.1855

-

20.2.1858

Minister without Portfolio

Henry Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne 1st

whig

6.2.1855

-

20.2.1858

GOVERNMENT   DERBY 2

20.2.1858 - 12.6.1859

CONS

CHANGES 31.5.1858,5.6.1858,2.9.1858 & 3.3.1859

First Lord of the Treasury

Edward George Stanley, Earl of Derby 14th

cons

20.2.1858

-

12.6.1859

Lord Chancellor

Frederick Thesinger,Baron Chelmsford

cons

26.2.1858

-

12.6.1859

Lord President of the Council

James Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 2nd

cons

26.2.1858

-

18.6.1859

Lord Privy Seal

Charles Yorke, Earl of Hardwicke 4th

cons

26.2.1858

-

12.6.1859

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Spencer Horatio Walpole

cons

26.2.1858

-

3.3.1859

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Thomas H.Southeron- Estcourt

cons

3.3.1859

-

18.6.1959

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury 3rd

cons

26.2.1858

-

18.6.1959

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Henry Stanley, Lord Stanley

cons

26.2.1858

-

5.6.1858

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Bulver-Lytton, Sir

cons

5.6.1858

-

11.6.1859

Secretary of State for War

Jonathan Peel

cons

26.2.1858

-

11.6.1859

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Somerset Pakington, Sir

cons

8.3.1858

-

18.6.1859

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Benjamin Disraeli

cons

26.2.1858

-

11.6.1959

President of the Board of Control

Edward Law, Earl of Ellenborogh 1st

cons

26.2.1858

-

4.6.1858

  President of the Board of Control

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

cons

5.6.1858

-

2.9.1858

   Secretary of State for India

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

cons

2.9.1858

-

11.6.1859

President of the Board of Trade

Joseph Warner Henley

cons

26.2.1858

-

3.3.1859

  President of the Board of Trade

Richard Hutchinson,Earl of Donoughmore 4th

cons

3.3.1859

-

11.6.1859

First Commissioner of Works

John James Manners, Lord

cons

26.2.1858

-

11.6.1859

GOVERNMENT PALMERSTON 2

12.6.1859 - 18.10.1865

LIB

CHANGES 1.7.1859,11.5.1860,22/25.7.1861,28.4.1863,7.4.1864 & 7.6.1865

First Lord of the Treasury

Henry Temple, Viscount Palmerston 3rd

lib

12.6.1859

-

18.10.1865

Lord Chancellor

John Campbell, Baron Campbell

lib

18.6.1859

-

23.6.1861

  Lord Chancellor

Richard Bethell, Baron Westbury

lib

26.6.1861

-

7.6.1865

   Lord Chancellor

Robert Rolfe, Baron Cranworth

lib

7.7.1865

-

30.10.1865

Lord President of the Council

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

18.6.1859

-

30.10.1865

Lord Privy Seal

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

lib

18.6.1859

-

30.10.1865

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Cornewal Lewis, Sir

lib

18.6.1859

-

25.7.1861

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Grey, Sir

lib

25.7.1861

-

30.10.1865

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John Russell, Lord

lib

18.6.1959

-

3.11.1865

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Henry Pelham-Clinton,Duke of Newcastle 5th

lib

18.6.1858

-

7.4.1864

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Cardwell

lib

7.4.1864

-

30.10.1865

Secretary of State for War

Sidney Herbert

lib

18.6.1859

-

22.7.1861

  Secretary of State for War

George Cornewal Lewis, Sir

lib

22.7.1861

-

13.4.1863

   Secretary of State for War

George Fred.Robinson,Earl of Ripon 2nd

lib

28.4.1863

-

30.10.1865

Secretary of State for India

Charles Wood, Sir

lib

18.6.1859

-

30.10.1865

First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset 12th

lib

27.6.1859

-

30.10.1865

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

lib

18.6.1959

-

30.10.1865

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Edward Cardwell

lib

24.6.1859

-

29.7.1861

President of the Board of Trade

Thomas Milner Gibson

lib

6.7.1859

-

30.10.1865

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Grey, Sir

lib

22.6.1859

-

25.7.1861

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Edward Cardwell

lib

25.7.1861

-

7.4.1864

   Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

lib

7.4.1864

-

3.11..1865

Postmaster General

James Bruce, Earl of Elgin 1st

lib

24.6.1859

-

11.5.1860

  Postmaster General

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

lib

11..5.1860

-

30.10.1865

President of the Poor Law Board

Thomas Milner Gibson

lib

24.6.1859

-

9.7.1859

  President of the Poor Law Board

Charles Pelham Villiers

lib

9.7.1859

-

30.10.1865

GOVERNMENT   RUSSELL 2

29.10.1865 - 28.6.1866

LIB

CHANGES 26.1.1866 & 16.2.1866

First Lord of the Treasury

John Russell, Earl Russell 1st

lib

29.10.1865

-

28.6.1866

Lord Chancellor

Robert Rolfe, Baron Cranworth

lib

30.10.1865

-

26.6.1866

Lord President of the Council

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

30.10.1865

-

6.7.1866

Lord Privy Seal

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

lib

30.10.1865

-

28.6.1866

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

George Grey, Sir

lib

30.10.1865

-

28.6.1866

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

lib

3.11.1865

-

6.7.1866

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Cardwell

lib

30.10.1865

-

26.6.1866

Secretary of State for War

George Fred.Robinson,Earl of Ripon 2nd

lib

30.10.1865

-

16.2.1866

  Secretary of State for War

Spencer Cavendish,Marquess of Hartingdon

lib

16.2.1866

-

26.6.1866

Secretary of State for India

Charles Wood, Sir

lib

30.10.1865

-

16.2.1866

  Secretary of State for India

George Fred.Robinson,Earl of Ripon 2nd

lib

16.2.1866

-

26.6.1866

First Lord of the Admiralty

Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset 12th

lib

30.10.1865

-

6.7.1866

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

lib

30.10.1865

-

26.6.1866

President of the Board of Trade

Thomas Milner Gibson

lib

30.10.1865

-

26.6.1866

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Joachim Goschen

lib

26.1.1866

-

26.6.1866

President of the Poor Law Board

Charles Pelham Villiers

lib

30.10.1865

-

6.7.1866

Postmaster General

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

lib

30.10.1865

-

28.6.1866

GOVERNMENT   DERBY 3

28.6.1866 - 27.2.1868

CONS

CHANGES 8.3.1867 & 17.5.1867

First Lord of the Treasury

Edward George Stanley, Earl of Derby 2nd

cons

28.6.1866

-

27.2.1868

Lord Chancellor

Frederick Thesinger,Baron Chelmsford

cons

6.7.1866

-

20.2.1868

Lord President of the Council

Richard Temple-Grenville,Duke of Buckingham 3rd

cons

6.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  Lord President of the Council

John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough 7th

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

Lord Privy Seal

James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury 3rd

cons

6.7.1866

-

27.2.1868

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Spencer Horatio Walpole

cons

6.7.1866

-

17.5.1867

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Gathorne Hardy

cons

17.5.1867

-

27.2.1868

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

cons

6.7.1866

-

27.2.1868

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Henry Herbert, Earl of Carnarvon 4th

cons

6.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Richard Temple-Grenville,Duke of Buckingham 3rd

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

Secretary of State for War

Jonathan Peel

cons

6.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  Secretary of State for War

John Somerset Pakington, Sir

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

Secretary of State for India

Robert Cecil, Duke Cranborne

cons

6.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  Secretary of State for India

Stafford Northcote, Sir

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Somerset Pakington, Sir

cons

12.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  First Lord of the Admiralty

Henry Thomas Lowry Corry

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Benjamin Disraeli

cons

6.7.1866

-

29.2.1868

President of the Board of Trade

Stafford Northcote, Sir

cons

6.7.1866

-

8.3.1867

  President of the Board of Trade

Charles Gordon-Lennox,Duke of Richmond 6th

cons

8.3.1867

-

27.2.1868

First Commissioner of Works

John James Manners, Lord

cons

6.7.1866

-

27.2.1868

President of the Poor Law Board

Gathorne Hardy

cons

6.7.1866

-

21.5.1867

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Richard Bourke, Lord Naas

cons

10.7.1866

-

27.2.1868

Minister without Portfolio

Spencer Horatio Walpole

cons

17.5.1867

-

27.2.1868

GOVERNMENT   DISRAELI

27.2.1868 -  3.12.1868

CONS

First Lord of the Treasury

Benjamin Disraeli

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

Lord Chancellor

Hugh Cairns, Baron Cairns

cons

29.2.1868

-

3.12.1868

Lord President of the Council

John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough 7th

cons

27.2.1868

-

9.12.1868

Lord Privy Seal

James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury 3rd

cons

27.2.1868

-

3.12.1868

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Gathorne Hardy

cons

27.2.1868

-

3.12.1868

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Edward John Stanley, Baron Stanley of Alderney

cons

27.2.1868

-

9.12.1868

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Richard Temple-Grenville, Duke of Buckingham 3rd

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

Secretary of State for War

John Somerset Pakington, Sir

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

Secretary of State for India

Stafford Northcote, Sir

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

First Lord of the Admiralty

Henry Thomas Lowry Corry

cons

27.2.1868

-

9.12.1868

Chancellor of the Exchequer

George Ward Hunt

cons

29.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Gordon-Lennox, Duke of Richmond 6th

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

First Commissioner of Works

John James Manners, Lord

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Richard Bourke, Earl of Mayo 6th

cons

27.2.1868

-

29.9.1868

Minister without Portfolio

Spencer Horatio Walpole

cons

27.2.1868

-

1.12.1868

GOVERNMENT   GLADSTONE

3.12.1868 - 20.2.1874

LIB

CHANGES 6.7.1870,1.1.1871,9.3.1871,9.8.1872,15.10.1872  & 9.8.1873

First Lord of the Treasury

William Gladstone

lib

3.12.1868

-

17.2.1874

Lord Chancellor

William Wood, Baron Hatherley

lib

9.12.1868

-

15.10.1872

  Lord Chancellor

Roudell Palmer, Baron Selborne

lib

15.10.1872

-

16.2.1874

Lord President of the Council

George Fred.Robinson, Earl of Ripon 2nd

lib

9.12.1868

-

9.8.1873

  Lord President of the Council

Henry Austin Bruce, Baron Aberdare 1st

lib

9.8.1873

-

21.2.1874

Lord Privy Seal

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

9.12.1868

-

6.7.1870

  Lord Privy Seal

Charles Wood, Viscount Halifax 1st

lib

6.7.1870

-

20.2.1874

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Austin Bruce

lib

9.12.1868

-

9.8.1873

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Robert Lowe

lib

9.8.1873

-

20.2.1874

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Villiers, Earl of Clarendon 4th

lib

9.12.1868

-

27.6.1870

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

6.7.1870

-

21.2.1874

Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

9.12.1868

-

6.7.1870

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

6.7.1870

-

17.2.1874

Secretary of State for War

Edward Cardwell

lib

9.12.1868

-

17.2.1874

Secretary of State for India

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

lib

9.12.1868

-

17.2.1874

First Lord of the Admiralty

Hugh Childers

lib

9.12.1868

-

8.3.1871

  First Lord of the Admiralty

George Joachim Goschen

lib

24.3.1871

-

16.2.1874

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Robert Lowe

lib

9.12.1868

-

11.8.1873

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

lib

11.8.1873

-

17.2.1874

President of the Board of Trade

John Bright

lib

9.12.1868

-

14.1.1871

  President of the Board of Trade

Chichester Parkinson-Fortescue

lib

14.1.1871

-

17.2.1874

President of the Poor Law Board

George Joachim Goschen

lib

9.12.1868

-

24.3.1871

  President of the Poor Law Board

James Stanfield

lib

24.3.1871

-

14.8.1871

   Presid.the Local Government Board

James Stansfeld

lib

19.8.1871

-

20.2.1874

Postmaster General

Spencer Cavendish,Marquess of Hartington

lib

3.12.1868

-

12.1.1871

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Chichester Parkinson-Fortescue

lib

16.12.1868

-

12.1.1871

  Chief Secretary for Ireland

Spencer Cavendish,Marquess of Hartington

lib

12.1.1871

-

27.2.1874

Vice Presid.of the Committee of Education

William Edward Forster

lib

6.7.1870

-

17.2.1874

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Hugh Childers

lib

9.8.1872

-

30.9.1873

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Bright

lib

30.9.1873

-

20.2.1874

GOVERNMENT   DISRAELI 2

20.2.1874 -  23.4.1880

CONS

CHANGES 12.8.1876,14.8.1877,4.2.1878 & 2.4.1878

First Lord of the Treasury

Benjamin Disraeli

cons

20.2.1874

-

21.4.1880

Lord Chancellor

Hugh Cairns, Baron Cairns

cons

21.2.1874

-

23.4.1880

Lord President of the Council

Charles Gordon-Lennox,Duke of Richmond 6th

cons

21.2.1874

-

28.4.1880

Lord Privy Seal

James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury 3rd

cons

21.2.1874

-

12.8.1876

  Lord Privy Seal

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield 1st

cons

12.8.1876

-

2.4.1878

   Lord Privy Seal

Algernon Percy,Duke of Northumberland 6th

cons

2.4.1878

-

23.4.1880

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Richard Cross, Sir

cons

21.2.1874

-

23.4.1880

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Edward Henry Stanley,Earl of Derby 15th

cons

21.2.1874

-

27.3.1878

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

2.4.1878

-

18.4.1880

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Henry Herbert, Earl of Carnarvon 4th

cons

21.2.1874

-

4.2.1878

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Michael Hicks-Beach, Sir

cons

4.2.1878

-

21.4.1880

Secretary of State for War

Gathorne Hardy

cons

21.2.1874

-

2.4.1878

  Secretary of State for War

Frederick Stanley, Sir

cons

2.4.1878

-

21.4.1880

Secretary of State for India

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

21.2.1874

-

2.4.1878

  Secretary of State for India

Gathorne Hardy, Viscount Cranbrook 1st

cons

2.4.1878

-

21.4.1880

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Ward Hunt

cons

4.3.1874

-

29.7.1877

  First Lord of the Admiralty

William Henry Smith

cons

14.8.1877

-

18.4.1880

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Stafford Northcote, Sir

cons

21.2.1874

-

21.4.1880

Postmaster General

John James Manners, Lord

cons

21.2.1874

-

23.4.1880

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Michael Hicks-Beach

cons

12.8.1877

-

15.2.1878

President of the Board of Trade

Dudley Francis Ryder, Viscount Sandon

cons

4.4.1878

-

21.4.1880

GOVERNMENT   GLADSTONE 2

23.4.1880 -  23.6.1885

LIB

CHANGES 2.5.1881,6.5.1882,25.7.1882,16.12.1882,9.3.1883,29.10.1884 & 5.3.1885

First Lord of the Treasury

William Gladstone

lib

23.4.1880

-

9.6.1885

Lord Chancellor

Roundell Palmer, Baron Selborne

lib

28.4.1880

-

23.6.1885

Lord President of the Council

John Spencer, Earl Spencer 5th

lib

28.4.1880

-

19.3.1883

  Lord President of the Council

Chichester Parkinson,Baron Carlingford 1st

lib

19.3.1883

-

24.6.1885

Lord Privy Seal

George Campbell, Duke of Argyll 8th

lib

28.4.1880

-

2.5.1881

  Lord Privy Seal

Chichester Parkinson,Baron Carlingford 1st

lib

2.5.1881

-

5.3.1885

   Lord Privy Seal

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

5.3.1885

-

23.6.1885

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

William George Hartcourt, Sir

lib

28.4.1880

-

23.6.1885

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

28.4.1880

-

24.6.1885

Secretary of State for the Colonies

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

28.4.1880

-

16.12.1882

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Henry Stanley,Earl of Derby 15th

lib

16.12.1882

-

9.6.1885

Secretary of State for War

Hugh Childers

lib

28.4.1880

-

16.12.1882

  Secretary of State for War

Spencer Cavendish,Marquess of Hartington

lib

16.12.1882

-

9.6.1885

Secretary of State for India

Spencer Cavendish,Marquess of Hartington

lib

28.4.1880

-

16.12.1882

  Secretary of State for India

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

16.12.1882

-

9.6.1885

First Lord of the Admiralty

Thomas Barint, Earl of Northbrook 1st

lib

26.4.1880

-

9.6.1885

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Gladstone

lib

28.4.1880

-

16.12.1882

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

Hugh Childers

lib

16.12.1882

-

9.6.1885

President of the Board of Trade

Joseph Austen Chamberlain

lib

3.5.1880

-

9.6.1885

President of the Local Government Board

John Dodson

lib

3.5.1880

-

8.12.1882

  President of the Local Government Board

Charles Dilke, Sir

lib

28.12.1882

-

23.6.1885

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Bright

lib

28.4.1880

-

25.7.1882

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

25.7.1882

-

28.12.1882

   Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John Dodson

lib

28.12.1882

-

29.10.1884

    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

George Otto Trevelyan

lib

29.10.1884

-

23.6.1885

Chief Secretary for Ireland

William Edward Forster

lib

30.4.1880

-

4.5.1882

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

John Spencer, Earl Spencer

lib

4..5.1882

-

30.6.1885

First Commissioner of Works

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

13.2.1885

-

9.6.1885

Postmaster General

George Shaw-Lefevre

lib

5.3.1885

-

9.6.1885

GOVERNMENT   SALISBURY

23.6.1885 - 1.2.1886

CONS+LIB.UN.

CHANGES 19.8.1885 & 23.1.1886

Prime Minister,Secr.of St.for Foreign Aff.

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

23.6.1885

-

28.1.1886

First Lord of the Treasury

Stafford Northcote, Earl of Iddlesleigh 1st

cons

24.6.1885

-

1.2.1886

Lord Chancellor

Hardinge Giffard, Baron Halsbury

cons

24.6.1885

-

3.2.1886

Lord President of the Council

Gathorne Hardy, Viscount Cranbrook 1st

cons

24.6.1885

-

6.2.1886

Lord Privy Seal

Dudley Francis Ryder, Earl of Harrowby 3rd

cons

26.6.1885

-

1.2.1886

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Richard Cross, Sir

cons

24.6.1885

-

1.2.1886

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Frederick Stanley, Sir

cons

24.6.1885

-

28.1.1886

Secretary of State for War

William Henry Smith

cons

24.6.1885

-

26.1.1886

  Secretary of State for War

Gathorne Hardy, Viscount Cranbrook 1st

cons

23.1.1886

-

6.2.1886

Secretary of State for India

Randolph Churchill, Lord

cons

24.6.1885

-

28.1.1886

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Francis Hamilton, Lord

cons

24.6.1885

-

26.1.1886

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Michael Hicks-Beach, Sir

cons

24.6.1885

-

28.1.1886

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Gordon-Lennox,Duke of Richmond 6th

cons

24.6.1885

-

19.8.1885

  President of the Board of Trade

Edward Stanhope

cons

19.8.1885

-

28.1.1886

Postmaster General

John James Manners, Lord

cons

24.6.1885

-

1.2.1886

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

Henry Herbert, Earl of Carnarvon 4th

cons

27.6.1885

-

20.1.1886

Lord Chancellor of Ireland

Edward Gibson, Baron Ashbourne

cons

27.6.1885

-

1.2.1886

Vice Presid,of the Committee of Education

Edward Stanhope

cons

24.6.1885

-

17.8.1885

Secretary for Scotland

Charles Gordon-Lennox,Duke of Richmond 6th

cons

17.8.1885

-

28.1.1886

Chief Secretary for Ireland

William Henry Smith

cons

23.1.1886

-

6.2.1886

GOVERNMENT GLADSTONE 3

1.2.1886 - 25.7.1886

LIB+IRISH.NAT.

CHANGES 3.4.1886 & 5.4.1886

Prime Minister,First Lord of the Treasury

William Gladstone

lib

1.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

Lord Privy Seal

William Gladstone

lib

17.2.1886

-

25.7.1886

Lord Chancellor

Farrer Herschell, Baron Herschell

lib

6.2.1886

-

3.8.1886

Lord President of the Council

John Spencer, Earl Spencer 5th

lib

6.2.1886

-

3.8.1886

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Hugh Childers

lib

6.2.1886

-

25.7.1886

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

6.2.1886

-

3.8.1886

Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Leverson-Gower,Earl Granville 2nd

lib

6.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

Secretary of State for War

Henry Campbell-Bannermann, Sir

lib

6.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

Secretary of State for India

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

6.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Fred.Robinson, Marquess of Ripon 1st

lib

9.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Harcourt, Sir

lib

6.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

President of the Board of Trade

Anthony John Mundella

lib

17.2.1886

-

20.7.1886

President of the Local Government Board

Joseph Chamberlain

lib

6.2.1886

-

3.4.1886

  Presid. of the Local Government Board

James Stansfeld

lib

3.4.1886

-

25.7.1886

Chief Secretary for Ireland

John Morley

lib

6.2.1886

-

5.8.1886

Secretary for Scotland

George Otto Trevelyan

lib

8.2.1886

-

5.3.1886

  Secretary for Scotland

John Ramsay, Earl of Dalhousie 13th

lib

5.4.1886

-

20.7.1886

GOVERNMENT   SALISBURY 2

3.8.1886 - 15.8.1892

CONS+LIB.UN.

CHANGES 14.1.1887,21.2.1888,1889 & 6.10.1991

Prime Minister,First Lord of the Treasury

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

3.8.1886

-

14.1.1887

Prime Minister,Secr.of St.for Foreign Aff.

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

14.1.1887

-

15.8.1892

  First Lord of the Treasury

William Henry Smith

cons

14.1.1887

-

6.10.1891

   First Lord of the Treasury

Arthur Balfour

cons

6.10.1891

-

15.8.1892

Lord Chancellor

Hardinge Giffard, Baron Halsbury

cons

3.8.1886

-

15.8.1892

Lord President of the Council

Gathorne Hardy, Viscount Cranbrook 1st

cons

3.8.1886

-

18.8.1892

Lord Privy Seal

George Cadogan, Earl of Cadogan 6th

cons

3.8.1886

-

15.8.1892

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Henry Matthews

cons

3.8.1886

-

15.8.1892

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Stafford Nothcote, Earl of Iddesleigh 1st

cons

3.8.1886

-

12.1.1887

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Edward Stanhope

cons

3.8.1886

-

14.1.1887

  Secretary of State for the Colonies

Henry Holland, Sir

cons

14.1.1887

-

11.8.1892

Secretary of State for War

William Henry Smith

cons

3.8.1886

-

14.1.1887

  Secretary of State for War

Edward Stanhope

cons

14.1.1887

-

11.8.1892

Secretary of State for India

Richard Cross, Viscount Cross 1st

cons

3.8.1886

-

11.8.1892

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Francis Hamilton, Lord

cons

9.8.1886

-

11.8.1892

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Randolph Churchill, Lord

cons

3.8.1886

-

22.12.1886

  Chancellor of the Exchequer

George Joachim Goschen

lib.un

14.1.1887

-

11.8.1892

President of the Board of Trade

Frederick Stanley,Baron Stanley of Preston 1st

cons

3.8.1886

-

21.2.1888

  President of the Board of Trade

Michael Hichs Beach, Sir

cons

21.2.1888

-

11.8.1892

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Gathorne Hardy, Viscount Cranbrook 1st

cons

3.8.1886

-

16.8.1886

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

John James Manners, Lord

cons

16.8.1886

-

15.8.1892

Chief Secretary for Ireland

Michael Hicks Beach

cons

5.8.1886

-

7.3.1887

  Chief Secretary for Ireland

Arthur Balfour

cons

7.3.1887

-

9.11.1891

Secretary for Scotland

Arthur Balfour

cons

5.8.1886

-

11.3.1887

Minister without Portfolio

Michael Hicks Beach

cons

7.3.1887

-

21.2.1888

President of the Local Government Board

Charles Ritchie

cons

7.4.1887

-

15.8.1892

Pres.of the Bd of Agriculture & Fisheries

Henry Chaplin

cons

9.9.1889

-

11.8.1892

GOVERNMENT   GLADSTONE 4

15.8.1892 -  5.3.1894

LIB+IRISH.NAT.

Prime Minister,First Lord of the Treasury

William Gladstone

lib

15.8.1892

-

5.3.1894

Lord Privy Seal

William Gladstone

lib

20.8.1892

-

5.3.1894

Lord Chancellor

Farrer Herschell, Baron Herschell

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Lord President of the Council

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

18.8.1892

-

10.3.1894

Secretary of State for India

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

18.8.1892

-

10.3.1894

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Herbert Henry Asquith

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

18.8.1892

-

11.3.1894

Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Fred.Robinson, Marquess of Ripon 1st

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Secretary of State for War

Henry Campbell-Bannermann, Sir

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Spencer, Earl Spencer 5th

lib

19.8.1893

-

6.3.1894

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Harcourt, Sir

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

President of the Board of Trade

Anthony John Mundella

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Postmaster General

Arnold Morley

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

President of the Local Government Board

Henry Fowler

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

James Bryce

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

First Commissioner of Works

George Shaw-Lefevre

lib

18.8.1892

-

10.3.1894

Chief Secretary for Ireland

John Morley

lib

22.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Secretary for Scotland

George Otto Trevelyan

lib

18.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

Vice-Presid.of the Committee of Education

Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland

lib

25.8.1892

-

6.3.1894

GOVERNMENT   ROSEBERY

5.3.1894 - 25.6.1895

LIB+IRISH.NAT.

CHANGES 28.5.1894

Prime Minister,First Lord of the Treasury

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

5.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Lord President of the Council

Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery 5th

lib

10.3.1894

-

29.6.1895

Lord Chancellor

Farrer Herschell, Baron Herschell

lib

6.3.1894

-

28.6.1895

Lord Privy Seal

Edward Marjoribanks,Baron Tweedmouth 2nd

lib

10.3.1894

-

25.6.1895

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Herbert Henry Asquith

lib

6.3.1894

-

25.6.1895

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

John Wodehouse, Earl of Kimberley 1st

lib

11.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Secretary of State for the Colonies

George Fred.Robinson, Marquess of Ripon 1st

lib

6.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Secretary of State for War

Henry Campbell-Bannermann, Sir

lib

6.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Secretary of State for India

Henry Fowler

lib

10.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Chancellor of the Exchequer

William Harcourt, Sir

lib

6.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

First Lord of the Admiralty

John Spencer, Earl Spencer 5th

lib

6.3.1894

-

24.6.1896

President of the Board of Trade

Anthony John Mundella

lib

6.3.1894

-

28.5.1894

  President of the Board of Trade

James Bryce

lib

28.5.1894

-

21.6.1895

Postmaster General

Arnold Morley

lib

6.3.1894

-

25.6.1895

President of the Local Government Board

George Shaw-Lefevre

lib

10.3.1894

-

25.6.1895

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

James Bryce

lib

6.3.1894

-

28.5.1984

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Edward Marjoribanks, Baron Tweedmouth 2nd

lib

28.5.1894

-

21.6.1896

Chief Secretary for Ireland

John Morley

lib

6.3.1894

-

4.7.1895

Secretary for Scotland

George Otto Trevelyan

lib

6.3.1894

-

21.6.1895

Vice President of the Council

A.H.D.Acland

lib

6.3.1894

-

25.6.1895

GOVERNMENT   SALISBURY 3

25.6.1895 - 12.7.1902

CONS+LIB.UN.

CHANGES 1.12.1895 & 12.11.1900

Prime Minister

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

25.6.1895

-

11.7.1902

First Lord of the Treasury

Arthur Balfour

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

Lord Chancellor

Hardinge Giffard, Baron Halsbury

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

Lord President of the Council

Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire 8th

lib.un

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

Lord Privy Seal

Richard Cross, Viscount Cross 1st

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.11.1900

  Lord Privy Seal

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Matthew Ridley, Sir

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.11.1900

  Secretary of State for Home Affairs

Charles Ritchie

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Robert Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury 3rd

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.11.1900

  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Henry Fitzmaurice,Marquess of Lansdowne 5th

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Secretary of State for the Colonies

Joseph Austen Chamberlain

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

Secretary of State for War

Henry Fitzmaurice,Marquess of Lansdowne 5th

cons

4.7.1895

-

12.11.1900

  Secretary of State for War

William Brodrick

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Secretary of State for India

George Francis Hamilton, Lord

cons

4.7.1895

-

12.7.1902

First Lord of the Admiralty

George Joachim Goschen

lib.un

29.6.1895

-

12.11.1900

First Lord of the Admiralty

William Palmer, Earl of Selborne 2nd

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Michael Hicks-Beach, Sir

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

President of the Board of Trade

Charles Ritchie

cons

29.6.1895

-

7.11.1900

  President of the Board of Trade

Gerald Balfour

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

President of the Local Government Board

Henry Chaplin

cons

29.6.1895

-

7.11.1900

  Presid.f the Local Government Board

Walter Hume Long

cons

12.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Richard Cross, Viscount Cross 1st

cons

29.6.1895

-

4.7.1895

  Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Henry James,Baron James of Hereford 1st

cons

4.7.1895

-

11.8.1902

First Commissioner of Works

Aretas Akers-Douglas

cons

4.7.1895

-

12.7.1902

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

George Cadogan, Earl Cadogan 5th

cons

8.7.1895

-

12.7.1902

Lord Chancellor of Ireland

John Atkinson

cons

4.7.1895

-

1.12.1895

  Lord Chancellor of Ireland

Edward Gibson, Baron Ashbourne

cons

1.12.1895

-

12.7.1902

Chief Secretary for Ireland

George Wyndham

cons

9.11.1900

12.7.1902

Secretary for Scotland

Alexander Bruce,Baron Balfour of Burleigh

cons

29.6.1895

-

12.7.1902

Pres.of the Bd of Agriculture & Fisheries

Walter Hume Long

cons

4.7.1895

-

16.11.1900

  Pres.of the Bd of Agriculture & Fisheries

Robert William Hanbury

cons

16.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

Postmaster-General

Charles Vane,Marquess of Londonderry 6th

cons

7.11.1900

-

12.7.1902

President of the Board of Education

Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire 8th

lib.un

3.3..1900

-

12.7.1902