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  1. Robert Stewart, 2.º Marquês de Londonberry KG GCH PC PC (Ire) (Dublin, 18 de junho de 1769 – North Cray, 12 de agosto de 1822), usualmente conhecido por seu título de cortesia Visconde Castlereagh, foi um político irlandês de britânico.

  2. Foi o Secretário dos Assuntos Estrangeiros de 1812 a 1822, sendo fundamental na formação da coalizão que derrotou Napoleão Bonaparte e foi o principal diplomata britânico no Congresso de Viena.

  3. 13 de abr. de 2024 · Robert Stewart, 2nd Marquess of Londonderry (Lord Castlereagh) (1769-1822), Statesman. Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter associated with 56 portraits. Known as 'Lord Castlereagh', Stewart entered Parliament in 1795.

  4. Inspired by a true story, Invincible recounts the last 48 hours in the life of Marc-Antoine Bernier, a 14-year-old boy on a desperate quest for freedom. ‘Robert Stewart, 2nd Marquess of Londonderry (Lord Castlereagh)’ was created in 1810 by Thomas Lawrence in Romanticism style.

  5. Robert Stewart, 1st Marquess of Londonderry PC (Ire) (1739–1821), was a County Down landowner, Irish Volunteer, and member of the parliament who, exceptionally for an Ulster Scot and Presbyterian, rose within the ranks of Ireland's "Anglican Ascendancy."

  6. Usually known by his courtesy title 'Lord Castlereagh', Stewart entered Parliament in 1795. He first made his mark under Pitt as Chief Secretary for Ireland (1798–1801) when he crushed the Irish uprising and oversaw the Act of Union (1801).

  7. Stewart, Robert (1769–1822), Viscount Castlereagh and 2nd marquess of Londonderry , chief secretary for Ireland, politician, was born 18 June 1769 at 28 Henry Street, Dublin, the second, but only surviving, child of Robert Stewart (qv), later 1st marquess of Londonderry, landowner and MP for Co. Down (1771–83), and his first wife, Lady ...