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Lord Bolingbroke returns from exile 1723 Context Note
John, Lord Carteret, a rival to Robert Walpole, is dismissed 1724 Context Note
Anti-British Chauvelin becomes French Foreign Secretary 1727 Context Note
Robert Walpole quarrels with Charles Townshend 1730 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke gives up his struggle against Walpole 1734 Context Note
Walpole dies 1745 Context Note
William Pitt becomes Paymaster-General for the forces 1746 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke dies 1751 Context Note
Henry Pelham dies 1754 Context Note
Pitt is dismissed as Paymaster-General 1755 Context Note
Fall of Newcastle ministry 1756 Context Note
Pitt becomes Secretary of State, Southern Department 1756 Context Note
Pitt resigns over a deadlock with Cumberland 1757 Context Note
Pitt's influence increases 1757 Context Note
The Earl of Bute is appointed Secretary of State, Northern Department 1761 Context Note
Pitt resigns as Secretary of State because of opposition from the King 1761 Context Note
Robert Peel enters Lord Liverpool's Cabinet as home secretary 1822 Context Note
Lord Castlereagh commits suicide 1822 Context Note
George Canning succeeds Castlereagh as Foreign Secretary 1822 Context Note
WilIiam Huskisson enters British Cabinet as President of Board of Trade 1823 Context Note

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