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Headword Date Article Type
Whigs and Tories 1678 - 1914 T Note
William III remodels his ministry by replacing Tories with a Whig Junta 1694 T Note
William III's third Parliament is staunchly Whig 1695 T Note
Lord Treasurer Godolphin's resignation leaves an entirely Whig ministry 1697 T Note
Fifth Parliament of William III has a Tory majority 1701 - 1701 T Note
Townshend becomes Secretary of State in a Whig ministry 1714 T Note
Earl of Sunderland reconstructs cabinet including Stanhope 1718 T Note
William Pitt joins the opposition to Robert Walpole 1738 T Note
Fall of John Carteret (Earl Granville) produces a Whig Cabinet 1744 T Note
Pelham Ministry resigns but their opponents fail to form a government 1746 T Note
British Cabinet is reconstructed, headed by John Carteret, Earl Granville 1751 T Note
Newcastle's ministry is reconstructed 1755 T Note
Fall of Devonshire-Pitt ministry in Britain 1757 T Note
Pitt fails to carry the Cabinet in continuing the war 1761 T Note
Duke of Wellington challenges Earl of Winchilsea to a duel 1829 T Note
Robert Peel issues Tamworth Manifesto 1834 T Note
Foundation of the Communist League 1847 T Note
Benjamin Disraeli becomes leader of Conservative Party 1849 T Note
Sinn Fein founded 1856 T Note
Lord Derby's ministry is defeated over Disraeli's Reform Bill 1859 T Note

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