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Prime Minister Born Born where Governed Died Died where Buried Political party Portrait
William Pitt,
the Younger
1759 Hayes,
Kent
1783-1801 1806 Bowling Green House,
Putney Heath,
Surrey
Westminster Abbey,
London
Tory Portrait
Henry
Addington
1757 Bedford Row,
Holborn,
London
1801-1804 1844 White Lodge,
Richmond Park,
Surrey
Mortlake churchyard,
Mortlake,
Surrey
Tory Portrait
William Pitt,
the Younger
2nd
administration
See above 1804-1806 See above
Lord
Grenville

1
1759 Wotton House,
Wotton Underwood,
Buckinghamshire
1806-1807 1834

Dropmore Lodge,
Burnham,
Buckinghamshire

Burnham,
Buckinghamshire
Whig Portrait
Duke of
Portland

2nd
administration
1738 Nottinghamshire 1807-1809 1809 Bulstrode House,
Gerrards Cross,
Buckinghamshire
St Marylebone,
London
Whig Portrait
Spencer
Perceval

2
1762 Audley Square,
London
1809-1812 1812 House of Commons,
Westminster,
London
Assassinated
St Luke's,
Charlton,
London
Tory Portrait
Earl of
Liverpool
1770 London 1812-1827 1828 Coombe House,
Kingston-upon-
Thames,
Surrey
St Mary's,
Hawkesbury,
Gloucestershire
Tory Portrait
George
Canning
1770 Marylebone,
London
Apr-Aug 1827 1827 Chiswick House,
Middlesex
Westminster Abbey,
London
Tory Portrait
Viscount
Goderich
1782 London 1827-1828 1859 Putney Heath,
Surrey
All Saints,
Nocton,
Lincolnshire
Tory Portrait
Duke of
Wellington
1769 Dublin,
Ireland
1828-1830 1852 Walmer Castle,
Walmer,
Kent
St Paul's Cathedral,
London
Tory Portrait
Earl
Grey
1764 Fallodon,
Northumberland
1830-1834 1845 Howick Hall,
Northumberland
Howick Hall church,
Northumberland
Whig Portrait
Viscount
Melbourne
1779 Melbourne House,
Piccadilly,
London
Jul-Nov 1834 1848 Brocket Hall,
Lemsford,
Hertfordshire
St Etheldreda,
Hatfield,
Herfordshire
Whig Portrait
Duke of
Wellington
2nd
administration
See above Nov-Dec 1834 See above
Sir Robert
Peel

3
1788 Chamber Hall,
Bury,
Lancashire
1834-1835 1850 Whitehall Gardens,
London
From injuries suffered in a riding accident
St Peter's,
Drayton Bassett,
Staffordshire
Conservative Portrait
Viscount
Melbourne
2nd
administration
See above 1835-1841 See above
Sir Robert
Peel

2nd
administration
See above 1841-1846 See above
Earl
Russell

4
1792 Hertford Street,
Mayfair,
London
1846-1852 1878 Richmond Park,
Surrey
St Michael's,
Chenies,
Buckinghamshire
Whig/Liberal Portrait
Earl of
Derby
1799 Knowsley Hall,
Prescot,
Lancashire
Feb-Dec 1852 1869 Knowsley Hall,
Prescot,
Lancashire
St Mary's,
Knowsley,
Lancashire
Conservative Portrait
Earl of
Aberdeen
1784 Edinburgh,
Scotland
1852-1855 1860 St James's,
London
St John the Evangelist,
Stanmore,
Middlesex
Conservative Portrait
Viscount
Palmerston
1784 20 Queen Anne's Gate,
Westminster,
London
1855-1858 1865 Brocket Hall,
Lemsford,
Hertfordshire
Westminster Abbey,
London
Liberal Portrait
Earl of
Derby

2nd
administration
See above 1858-1859 See above
Viscount
Palmerston

2nd
administration
See above 1859-1865 See above
Earl
Russell

2nd
administration
See above 1865-1866 See above
Earl of
Derby

3rd
administration
See above 1866-1868 See above
Benjamin
Disraeli
1804 Bedford Row,
Holburn,
London
Feb-Dec 1868 1881 19 Curzon Street,
Mayfair,
London
St Michael and All Angels,
Hughenden,
Buckinghamshire
Conservative Portrait
William Ewart
Gladstone
1809 Rodney Street,
Liverpool,
Lancashire
1868-1874 1898 Hawarden Castle, Flintshire,
Wales
Westminster Abbey,
London
Liberal Portrait
Benjamin
Disraeli
2nd
administration
See above 1874-1880 See above
William Ewart
Gladstone
2nd
administration
See above 1880-1885 See above
Marquess of
Salisbury
1830 Hatfield House,
Hertfordshire
1885-1886 1903 Hatfield House,
Hertfordshire
St Etheldreda,
Hatfield,
Hertfordshire
Conservative Portrait
William Ewart
Gladstone

3rd
administration
See above Feb-Jul 1886 See above
Marquess of
Salisbury

2nd
administration
See above 1886-1892 See above
William Ewart
Gladstone

4th
administration
See above 1892-1894 See above
Earl of
Rosebery
1847 20 Charles Street, Westminster,
London
1894-1895 1929 The Durdans,
Epsom,
Surrey
Dalmeny,
Edinburgh,
Scotland
Liberal Portrait
Marquess of
Salisbury

3rd
administration
See above 1895-1902 See above

Notes
1. Lord Grenville was the son of George Grenville who was Prime Minister from 1763-65.

2. In 1812 Spencer Perceval became the only Prime Minister ever to be assassinated when he was shot dead in the lobby of the House of Commons by a businessman who blamed him for the failure of his business.

3. In 1834 Sir Robert Peel's first administration became known as Conservatives rather than Tories.

4. In the middle of the 19th century the Liberal party developed out of the Whig party.

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