Goschen is appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer

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Historical Context Note

In Britain, George Goschen is appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer in succession to Lord Randolph Churchill, and William Henry Smith (of the famous stationery firm) becomes leader of the House of Commons.
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Editors. "Goschen is appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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