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  1. William Henry Gladstone (3 June 1840 – 4 July 1891) was a British Liberal Party Member of Parliament, and the eldest son of Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone and his wife Catherine née Glynne. Life. Gladstone was born in Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales. He attended Eton College and read Greek and Latin at Christ Church, Oxford University.

  2. William Ewart Gladstone FRS FSS (/ ˈ ɡ l æ d s t ən / GLAD-stən; 29 December 1809 – 19 May 1898) was a British statesman and Liberal politician. In a career lasting over 60 years, he served for 12 years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom , spread over four non-consecutive terms (the most of any British prime minister ...

    • Himself
    • Liberal (1859–1898)
  3. 15 de ago. de 2020 · Biography. Gladstone was elected Tory MP for Newark in December 1832, aged 23, with ultra-conservative views. In Parliament he spoke out against the abolition of slavery, because his family used...

    • Minister Under Peel
    • Chancellor of The Exchequer
    • First Ministry, 1868–1874
    • Out of Office and The Midlothian Campaign
    • Second Ministry, 1880–1885
    • Third Ministry, 1886
    • Fourth Ministry, 1892–1894
    • Gladstone's Christianity
    • Final Years
    • Gladstone's Governments

    Gladstone was re-elected in 1841. In September 1842 he lost the forefinger of his left hand in an accident while reloading a gun; thereafter he wore a glove or finger sheath (stall). In the second ministry of Robert Peel, he served as president of the Board of Trade (1843–1844). He resigned in 1845 over the issue of funding the Maynooth Seminary in...

    After visiting Naples in 1850, Gladstone began to support Neapolitan opponents of the Two Sicilies Bourbon rulers. In 1852, following the ascendance of Lord Aberdeen, as premier, head of a coalition of Whigs and Peelites, Gladstone became chancellor of the exchequer and unsuccessfully tried to abolish the income tax. Instead, he ended up raising it...

    Lord Russell retired in 1867 and Gladstone became a leader of the Liberal Party. In the next general election in 1868 he was defeated in Lancashire but was elected MP for Greenwich, it being quite common then for candidates to stand in two constituencies simultaneously. He became prime minister for the first time and remained in the office until 18...

    In 1874, the Liberals lost the election. In the wake of Benjamin Disraeli's victory, Gladstone retired temporarily from the leadership of the Liberal Party, although he retained his seat in the House. He considered leaving politics and entering the Anglicanministry. A pamphlet published in 1876, Bulgarian Horrors and the Questions of the East, atta...

    In 1880 the Liberals won again, and the new Liberal leader, Spencer Compton Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire, retired in Gladstone's favor. Gladstone won his constituency election in Midlothian and also in Leeds, where he had also been adopted as a candidate. As he could lawfully only serve as MP for one constituency; Leeds was passed to his son H...

    In 1886 Gladstone's party was allied with Irish Nationalists to defeat Lord Salisbury's government; Gladstone regained his position as PM and combined the office with that of Lord Privy Seal. During this administration he first introduced his Home Rule Bill for Ireland. The issue split the Liberal Party and the bill was thrown out on the second rea...

    In 1892 Gladstone was re-elected Prime Minister for the fourth and final time. In February 1893 he re-introduced a Home Rule Bill. It provided for the formation of a parliament for Ireland, or in modern terminology, a regional assembly of the type Northern Ireland gained from the Good Friday Agreement. The Home Rule Bill did not offer Ireland indep...

    Gladstone's faith informed his policies, his passion for justice and his hatred of oppression. From his Oxford days onwards he identified with the high church form of Anglicanism. He published several works on Horace and Homer including Studies on Homer (1858). He knew many of the most renowned literary figures of the day, a distinction he shared w...

    In 1895 at the age of 85, Gladstone bequeathed 40,000 Pounds sterling and much of his library to found St. Deiniol's Library, the only residential libraryin Britain. Despite his advanced age, he himself lugged most of his 23,000 books a quarter mile to their new home, using his wheelbarrow. In 1896 in his last noteworthy speech, he denounced Armeni...

    First Gladstone Ministry (December 1868–February 1874)
    Second Gladstone Ministry (April 1880–June 1885)
    Third Gladstone Ministry (February–August 1886)
    Fourth Gladstone Ministry (August 1892–February 1894)
  4. Há 4 dias · William Ewart Gladstone (born December 29, 1809, Liverpool, England—died May 19, 1898, Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales) was a statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain (1868–74, 1880–85, 1886, 1892–94). Early life. Gladstone was of purely Scottish descent.

  5. www.williamgladstone.org.uk › william-henry-gladstoneWilliam Henry Gladstone

    William Henry Gladstone. (1840–1891) Gladstone’s eldest son was born in Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales. He attended Eton College and read Greek and Latin at Christ Church, Oxford University. He was an MP for a total of 20 years, representing Chester for 3, Whitby for 12 and East Worcestershire for 5. A singer and organist, he was well versed ...

  6. The papers of William Ewart Gladstone were deposited at Gladstone's Library in 1908 by Lord Henry Neville Gladstone, 1st Baron Gladstone of Hawarden, and Sir Herbert John Gladstone, 1st Viscount Gladstone, both of whom wanted their father's papers to be preserved and available to biographers.