APPENDIX A
PARLIAMENTS AND MINISTERS: 1716-1832
Parliaments: Date of Summons
and Dissolution
Ministers: Date of Appointment
of First Lord of the Treasury
March 1715-March 1722 May 1715 Carlisle
October 1715Walpole
April 1717Stanhope
March 1718Sunderland
April 1721Walpole
May 1722-August 1727
November 1727-April 1734
June 1734-April 1741
June 1741-June 1747 February 1742 Wilmington
August 1743Pelham
February 1746Bath
February 1746Pelham
August 1747-April 1754 March 1754 Newcastle
May 1754-March 1761 November 1756Devonshire
June 1757Waldegrave
June 1757 Newcastle
May 1761-March 1768 May 1762Bute
May 1763Grenville
July 1765Rockingham
August 1766 Grafton
December 1767 Grafton
May 1768-September 1774 January 1770North
November 1774-
September 1780
October 1780-March 1784 March 1782Rockingham
July 1782Shelburne
April 1783 Portland
December 1783 Pitt
May 1784-June 1790
August 1790-May 1796
July 1796-June 1802 March 1801Addington
August 1802-October 1806 May 1804 Pitt
January 1806Grenville

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