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  1. Frederick James Lamb, 3rd Viscount Melbourne, GCB, PC (17 April 1782 – 29 January 1853), known as The Lord Beauvale from 1839 to 1848, was a British diplomat. Family and education [ edit ] Lamb was a younger son of Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Melbourne , and his wife Elizabeth Milbanke , and the younger brother of Prime Minister ...

  2. 3 de mai. de 2022 · Frederick James Lamb, 3rd Viscount Melbourne PC, GCB (17 April 1782-January 29, 1853), known as the Lord Beauvale from 1839 to 1848, was a British diplomat. Lamb was a younger son of Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Melbourne, and his wife Elizabeth Milbanke, and the younger brother of Prime Minister William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne.

    • April 17, 1782
    • May 3, 2022
    • January 29, 1853 (70)
    • Michael Lawrence Rhodes
  3. Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Melbourne: Last holder: Frederick Lamb, 3rd Viscount Melbourne: Remainder to: Heirs male of the first viscount's body lawfully begotten: Subsidiary titles: Baron Melbourne Baron Beauvale: Extinction date: 29 January 1853: Former seat(s) Melbourne Hall Brocket Hall: Motto: Virtute et fide ("By virtue and ...

  4. LAMB, FREDERICK JAMES, third Viscount Melbourne and Baron Beauvale (1782–1853), the third son of Peniston, first viscount Melbourne, was born on 17 April 1782, and was educated at Eton. In 1800, together with his brother William [q. v.], he became a resident pupil of Professor Millar of Glasgow University ( Lord Melbourne's Papers , p. 5).

  5. Frederick James Lamb, third Viscount Melbourne and Baron Beauvale, the third son of Peniston, first viscount Melbourne, was born on 17 April 1782, and was educated at Eton. In 1800, together with his brother William, he became a resident pupil of Professor Millar of Glasgow University.

  6. 1. 1812-53: corresp and papers. British Library, Manuscript Collections. Add MSS 60399-483. NRA 23026. See HMC Private papers of British diplomats 1782-1900, 1985. 2. 1805-52: diplomatic corresp, papers, personal letters and dispatches. Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies.

  7. Frederick James Lamb (17 Apr 1782 - 29 Jan 1853) was a British diplomat, serving in Vienna. He succeeded his brother as Viscount Melbourne in 1848.