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  1. George Hamilton-Gordon. George John James Hamilton-Gordon, 5e comte d'Aberdeen ( 28 septembre 1816 - 22 mars 1864 ), appelé Lord Haddo avant 1860, est un pair britannique et un homme politique du parti libéral.

  2. George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, KG, KT, PC (28 January 1784–14 December 1860) was a Scottish Tory / Peelite politician. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1852 until 1855. This short article about a person or group of people can be made longer.

  3. Wikipedia honetan hizkuntzen loturak orriaren goiko aldean daude, artikuluaren izenburuaren eskuinaldean. George Hamilton-Gordon, Aberdeengo IV. dukea ( Edinburgo, 1784ko urtarrilaren 28a - Londres, 1860ko abenduaren 14a) britainiar politikaria izan zen. Erresuma Batuko lehen ministroa izan zen 1852tik 1855era.

  4. British statesman George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th earl of Aberdeen, served as prime minister from 1852 to 1855. His government involved Great Britain in the Crimean War against Russia in 1853–56. George Gordon was born on January 28, 1784, in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was left an orphan at age 11 and was raised by his guardians, the politicians ...

  5. George Hamilton Gordon, the 4th Earl of Aberdeen. A marble plaque adorning the entrance pays homage to the Earl, stating: "To George Hamilton Gordon, Fourth Earl of Aberdeen, By his attached and Grateful Tenantry. He was born at Edinburgh 28 Jan 1784 and died at London 14 Dec 1860." The plaque is fairly hard to read in this picture.

  6. George Hamilton-Gordon, 4º Conde de Aberdeen (Edimburgo, Escocia, 28 de enero de 1784-Londres, Inglaterra, 14 de diciembre de 1860) fue un político británico, Secretario de estado para Asuntos Exteriores y Primer Ministro (1852–1855) de Gran Bretaña.

  7. George Hamilton-Gordon was born on 28 January 1784 in Edinburgh. He was the eldest son and first of seven children born to George Gordon, Lord Haddo, and Charlotte Baird. Aberdeens father died in 1791 and his mother in 1795. Scottish law allowed orphans who had reached the age of fourteen to name their own guardians; Aberdeen appointed Pitt the ...