Frederick John Robinson


Frederick John Robinson
Frederick John Robinson
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Mandats
24e Premier ministre du Royaume-Uni
31 août 182721 janvier 1828
Monarque George IV
Prédécesseur George Canning
Successeur Arthur Wellesley de Wellington
Chancelier de l'Échiquier
31 janvier 182320 avril 1827
Monarque George IV
Prédécesseur Nicholas Vansittart
Successeur George Canning
Biographie
Date de naissance 1er novembre 1782
Lieu de naissance Union flag 1606 (Kings Colors).svg Londres
Date de décès 28 janvier 1859 (à 76 ans)
Lieu de décès Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Londres
Nationalité britannique
Parti politique Tory
Diplômé de St John's College

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Premiers ministres du Royaume-Uni

Frederick John Robinson PC (Londres, 1er novembre 1782 – idem, 28 janvier 1859), 1er comte de Ripon, appelé le vicomte Goderich ou Lord Goderich de 1827 à 1833, et le comte de Ripon à partir de 1833, fut un homme d'État britannique et le Premier ministre du Royaume-Uni du 31 août 1827 au 21 janvier 1828.


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