The House of Lords in the Age of Reform, 1784-1837: With an Epilogue on Aristocracy and the Advent of Democracy, 1837-1867

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NOTE: In order to save space, titles are omitted unless their inclusion is essential or helpful. For details of creations and promotions in the Peerage from January 1784 to July 1837 the reader should consult pages 444 to 470: for details concerning Scottish representative peers from 1784 to 1835, pages 471 to 475: for a summary of the increase in the Peerage, page 478: for a survey of the Episcopal Bench from 1784 to 1837, pages 439 to 443.
Abbot, Charles (the Rt. Hon.), 40, 41; and Portland's 1817 Administration, 144; becomes Baron Colchester, 1817, 165; seeColchester.
Abbott, Charles (Baron), becomes Lord Tenterden, 194
Abdy, Sir William, the 1816 divorce case of, 212
Abercorn, Earl of (Viscount Hamilton), 54; as 'independent', 96; as one of the 'Sixteen Peers', 104; 'Castilian pomp' of, 110; George III thwarts, 368, 368n.; Howley and, 299
Abercromby; as one of Pitt's 'soldier peers', 51; Hely Hutchinson succeeds, in Egypt, 131; death of, 131; 'Speaker' Abercromby in 1835, 359; see alsop. 542 n. 1
Aberdeen, 106, 108n., 110, 167n.; in Wellington's Ministry, 225; succeeds Dudley as Foreign Minister, 241-2; positions held by, qualities of, 387; and Liberalism, 398
Abingdon, 78; on Stanhope's 'Jacobinism', 96; on 'Woolsack', 202
Abinger; as Warren's 'Mr. Subtle' (judicially), 196; varying allegiances of, 196; Sir Charles Scarlett becomes Lord A. in 1835, 347; see alsop. 469 n. 2
Abolitionism; Fowell-Buxton's work for, 341; Grey and, 341; Bishops' and Peers' attitudes to, seeSlave trade; see alsoWilberforce
Aboyne, as Meldrum and Huntly, 110, 378
Act of Union of 1707, consequences of, 103; Scottish and Irish peers and, 103 seqq.; Mansfield, Lauderdale and Rosebery on, 107; and Irish Union of 1800, 103-29; and Representative Peers, 103-29
Addington, Henry, Viscount ( 1805), Sidmouth, 50, 51; the 1801 Administration of, 130; King's approval of, 131; as Lord President of Council, 135; as Speaker, at time of Warren Hastings' trial, 196-7; episcopal appointments by, 299; new peers created by, 131; reluctance of, to accept a peerage, 135, 135n., 370, 371; reasons for 1804 resignation of, 134-5; as Home Secretary, and subsequently, seeSidmouth
Addison (Mrs.) divorce bill of, 211
Additional Force Bill, 1805, Darnley opposes Pitt over, 136
Adultery and Misdemeanour Bill ( 1800), 212
Age of Reform, outline of, 15-25
Aiguillon, duc d', 82, 258
Ailesbury, Ailsa, Abercorn, Anglesey: for these and 18 other George III marquisates, see368n.
Albemarle: formally objects to Reeve's pamphlet, 83; as one of 13 Lords opposing 1794 treaties of alliance, 96n. (q.v. for the other 12); and William IV's Prorogation, 266, 267
Albert, Prince Consort, 400
Albion and Evening Advertiser, expunged 'Protest' in, 38

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