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  1. George Canning FRS (11 April 1770 – 8 August 1827) was a British Tory statesman. He held various senior cabinet positions under numerous prime ministers, including two important terms as Foreign Secretary, finally becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for the last 119 days of his life, from April to August 1827.

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  2. George Canning (11 de abril de 1770 - 8 de agosto de 1827) foi um político britânico, que serviu como secretário de estado dos negócios estrangeiros e, brevemente, como primeiro ministro do Reino Unido.

  3. 7 de abr. de 2024 · Political Affiliation: Tory Party. Role In: Napoleonic Wars. George Canning (born April 11, 1770, London, Eng.—died Aug. 8, 1827, Chiswick, near London) was a British statesman known for his liberal policies as foreign secretary (1807–09, 1822–27) and as prime minister for four months during 1827.

  4. As negociações se arrastaram por quase três anos, entre Londres, Lisboa e Rio de Janeiro, contando sempre com a orientação do diplomata inglês George Canning. Finalmente, em agosto de 1825, Portugal assinou o acordo de reconhecimento, mediante uma indenização de 2 milhões de libras e da concessão a D. João VI do título de Imperador ...

  5. 29 de mai. de 2017 · Learn about the life and legacy of George Canning, the shortest serving prime minister in British history, who died in office in 1827. He was a brilliant orator, a liberal Tory, and a key figure in shaping Britain's foreign policy and political alliances.

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  6. 6 de mai. de 2024 · Quick Reference. (1770–1827). Prime minister. The most brilliant disciple of the younger Pitt, Canning was distrusted as an intriguer. He also suffered from the fact that his father had died in penury and that his mother had been an actress. Rescued by a wealthy uncle, Canning was educated at Eton and Oxford.

  7. 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).