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  1. George Canning, (born April 11, 1770, London, Eng.—died Aug. 8, 1827, Chiswick, near London), British politician. As a young man, he came under the influence of William Pitt, who helped him win a seat in Parliament (1793) and a post as undersecretary for foreign affairs (1796–99).

  2. Life [ edit] George Canning was born around 1730 in Garvagh, County Londonderry. He was the eldest of 3 sons of Stratford Canning and Letitia Newburgh. It is believed that Canning's father was incredibly strict, and disinherited him when he was engaged in a relationship which his father did not approve of. After this, Canning was allowed an ...

  3. George Canning served as Prime Minister between 1827 to 1827. Read more about the life and achievements of George Canning in our past Prime Ministers section. Previous roles in government Prime...

  4. George Canning's friendship with Sheridan would last for the remainder of Sheridan's life. George Canning's impoverished background and limited financial resources, however, made unlikely a bright political future in a Whig party whose political ranks were led mostly by members of the wealthy landed aristocracy in league with the newly rich industrialist classes.

  5. 20/10/2022 · Downing Street will have to update its website which still states that George Canning (1827) “holds the record for having served as Prime Minister for the shortest period of time.”. He died ...

  6. George Canning (1770-1827) 11th April 1770 George Canning was born into an Anglo-Irish family at his parents’ home in Queen Anne Street, Marylebone, London. 11th April 1771 George’s farther George Sr died after abandoning the family and died in poverty due to his substantial debts as a failed wine merchant and lawyer.

  7. George Canning was born in London on 11th April, 1770. George's father died when he was one year old leaving the family in poor financial circumstances. George was helped by his mother's brother, who paid for him to be educated at Eton College. A star pupil, George went to Christ Church, Oxford before becoming a lawyer in 1790.