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Headword Date Article Type
Whigs and Tories 1678 - 1914 Context Note
William III remodels his ministry by replacing Tories with a Whig Junta 1694 Context Note
William III's third Parliament is staunchly Whig 1695 Context Note
Lord Treasurer Godolphin's resignation leaves an entirely Whig ministry 1697 Context Note
Fifth Parliament of William III has a Tory majority 1701 - 1701 Context Note
Townshend becomes Secretary of State in a Whig ministry 1714 Context Note
Earl of Sunderland reconstructs cabinet including Stanhope 1718 Context Note
William Pitt joins the opposition to Robert Walpole 1738 Context Note
Fall of John Carteret (Earl Granville) produces a Whig Cabinet 1744 Context Note
Pelham Ministry resigns but their opponents fail to form a government 1746 Context Note
British Cabinet is reconstructed, headed by John Carteret, Earl Granville 1751 Context Note
Newcastle's ministry is reconstructed 1755 Context Note
Fall of Devonshire-Pitt ministry in Britain 1757 Context Note
Pitt fails to carry the Cabinet in continuing the war 1761 Context Note
Duke of Wellington challenges Earl of Winchilsea to a duel 1829 Context Note
Robert Peel issues Tamworth Manifesto 1834 Context Note
Foundation of the Communist League 1847 Context Note
Benjamin Disraeli becomes leader of Conservative Party 1849 Context Note
Sinn Fein founded 1856 Context Note
Lord Derby's ministry is defeated over Disraeli's Reform Bill 1859 Context Note

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