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  1. William Legge, 2nd earl of Dartmouth (born June 20, 1731—died July 15, 1801, Blackheath, Kent, England) was a British statesman who played a significant role in the events leading to the American Revolution. Legge was educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Oxford.

  2. William Legge, 2nd Earl of Dartmouth, PC, FRS (20 June 1731 – 15 July 1801), styled as Viscount Lewisham from 1732 to 1750, was a British statesman who is the namesake of Dartmouth College and for serving as Secretary of State for the Colonies during the contentious years leading up to the American Revolution .

  3. William Legge, 10th Earl of Dartmouth FCA (born 23 September 1949), styled Viscount Lewisham from 1962 to 1997, is a British politician and hereditary peer, usually known as William Dartmouth. From 2009 to 2019, Dartmouth sat in the European Parliament as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for South West England .

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    William Legge, often referred to as Lord Dartmouth, was Secretary of State for the Colonies from August 1772 to November 1775 and the step-brother of the First Minister, Lord North.

  5. William Legge, 10.º Conde de Dartmouth (nascido em 23 de setembro de 1949) é o filho e herdeiro de Gerald Legge, 9.º Conde de Dartmouth e de sua primeira esposa, Raine McCorquodale (Condesa Spencer), uma filha da romancista Dame Barbara Cartland.

  6. William Legge, portrait by Jacob Huysmans. William Legge (c. 1608 – 13 October 1670) was an English military officer and politician who was a close associate of Prince Rupert of the Rhine.

  7. William Legge, second earl of Dartmouth, was a politician who served as president of the Board of Trade and secretary of state for the colonies. His father having died soon after he was born, he succeeded to the earldom in 1750; consequently he never sat in the House of Commons.