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Earl of Sunderland reconstructs cabinet including Stanhope 1718 Context Note
The Commons reject a British Peerage Bill to close the House of Lords 1719 Context Note
Cardinal Alberoni falls in Spain and is banished by Philip V 1719 Context Note
Charles Townshend returns to office as Lord President of the Council 1720 Context Note
The Pragmatic Sanction is recognised by Estates of Upper and Lower Austria 1720 Context Note
James, Earl of Stanhope, dies 1721 Context Note
Charles Townshend becomes Secretary of State for Northern Department 1721 Context Note
Charles Townshend resigns as Lord President of Council 1721 Context Note
George I's first Parliament is dissolved 1722 Context Note
The Hungarian Diet rejects the Pragmatic Sanction 1722 Context Note
Second Parliament of George I 1722 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke returns from exile 1723 Context Note
Dubois, Louis XV's First Minister, dies 1723 Context Note
Duke of Bourbon gains influence over Louis XIV 1723 Context Note
John, Lord Carteret, a rival to Robert Walpole, is dismissed 1724 Context Note
The Austrian Netherlands agree to the Pragmatic Sanction 1724 Context Note
The Great Awakening 1726 Context Note
Fall of John de Ripperda in Spain, who is succeeded by Patiño 1726 Context Note
Cardinal Fleury becomes Chief Minister in France 1726 Context Note
Voltaire is banished from France 1726 Context Note

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