In Britain, the Devonshire-Pitt ministry, which was established
after the fall of the Duke of Newcastle the previous November,
falls, partly as a result of hostility to the trial and execution
of Admiral Byng. They are replaced by a revived Newcastle ministry.
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Editors. "Fall of Devonshire-Pitt ministry in Britain". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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