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  1. Edward George Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, KG GCMG PC PC (Ire) (29 March 1799 – 23 October 1869), known as Lord Stanley from 1834 to 1851, was a British statesman and Conservative politician who served three times as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. To date, he is the longest-serving leader of the Conservative ...

  2. 25 de mar. de 2024 · Edward Stanley, 14th earl of Derby (born March 29, 1799, Knowsley Park, Lancashire, England—died October 23, 1869, London) was an English statesman, important as leader of the Conservative Party during the long period 1846–68, thrice prime minister, and one of England’s greatest parliamentary orators; nevertheless, he has no ...

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  3. Edward George Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14.º Conde de Derby KG, PC ( 29 de março de 1799 – 23 de outubro de 1869) foi um político britânico, por três vezes Primeiro-ministro do Reino Unido, e um dos mais longevos líderes do Partido Conservador do Reino Unido. Era conhecido até 1834 como Edward Stanley, e de 1834 a 1851 como ...

  4. Stanley, Edward George Geoffrey Smith (1799–1869), 14th earl of Derby , politician and chief secretary for Ireland, was born 29 March 1799 at Knowsley Hall, Lancashire, the eldest son of Edward Smith Stanley (1775–1851), 13th earl of Derby, and his wife, Charlotte Margaret (née Hornby; d. 1817).

  5. 23 de mai. de 2018 · views 1,392,703 updated May 14 2018. Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, 14th Earl of (1799–1869) British statesman, three times prime minister (1852, 1858–59, 1866–68). He entered Parliament as a Whig in 1827, and acted as chief secretary for Ireland (1830–33).

  6. SMITH STANLEY, Edward George Geoffrey (1799-1869). Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1820-1832 , ed. D.R. Fisher, 2009 Available from Cambridge University Press

  7. In 1822, two years after leaving Oxford, he was elected M.P. for Stockbridge, later moving to represent Preston, Windsor and then North Lancashire. In 1830 he entered office for the first time, becoming chief secretary for Ireland.