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  1. Richard Colley Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley, KG, KP, PC, PC (Ire) (20 June 1760 – 26 September 1842) was an Anglo-Irish politician and colonial administrator. He was styled as Viscount Wellesley until 1781, when he succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Mornington .

  2. Richard Colley Wesley (posteriormente Wellesley ), Marquês Wellesley KG KP PC ( 20 de junho de 1760 - 26 de setembro de 1842 ), foi o primeiro filho de Garret Wesley, 1.º Conde de Mornington, da Nobreza da Irlanda, e irmão de Arthur Wellesley, 1.º Duque de Wellington.

  3. Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley (born June 20, 1760, Dangan, County Meath, Ireland—died September 26, 1842, London, England) British statesman and government official. Wellesley, as governor of Madras (now Chennai) and governor-general of Bengal (both 1797–1805), greatly enlarged the British Empire in India and, as lord ...

  4. Richard Colley Wesley (posteriormente Wellesley), Marquês Wellesley KG KP PC (20 de junho de 1760 - 26 de setembro de 1842), foi o primeiro filho de Garret Wesley, 1.º Conde de Mornington, da Nobreza da Irlanda, e irmão de Arthur Wellesley, 1.º Duque de Wellington.

  5. Richard Wellesley may refer to: Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley (1760–1842), Anglo-Irish politician and colonial administrator. Richard Wellesley (1787–1831), his son, Anglo-Irish Member of Parliament. Richard Wellesley, 6th Earl Cowley (1946–1975), British Conservative politician.

  6. Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley, (born June 20, 1760, Dangan, County Meath, Ire.—died Sept. 26, 1842, London, Eng.), British statesman. He inherited his father’s Irish title as earl of Mornington and sat in the Irish House of Lords from 1781.

  7. Wellesley was a member of the Board of Control for India from 1793, and in 1797 was appointed as Governor-General of Bengal. In 1799 he was created Marquess Wellesley in the Irish peerage. He remained in India until 1805, and extended British control through various wars against Indian rulers.