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  1. Shelburne, William Petty Fitzmaurice, Earl OfSHELBURNE, WILLIAM PETTY FITZMAURICE, EARL OF. (1737–1805). British politician and prime minister. Born in Dublin, Fitzmaurice (later Petty) joined the Twentieth Regiment and served at Rochefort (1757), Minden (1759), and Kloster Kamp (1760).

  2. Geoghegan, Patrick M. Petty, William (1737–1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and British prime minister, was born 2 May 1737 in Dublin, eldest son of John Petty (formerly Fitzmaurice), 1st earl of Shelburne, and Mary Petty (née Fitzmaurice). Embittered by a miserable childhood, he later blamed it for many of his subsequent problems.

  3. Among Fitzmaurice’s papers at Bowood is a list of the parliamentary representation of England and Wales at the end of 1760, annotated by him with remarks concerning the dominant interests in the constituencies, the candidates, their chances, etc.; and among George III’s papers at Windsor a list of Members, torn out of an almanac for 1760, is interleaved with blank pages on to which ...

  4. WILLIAM PETTY FITZMAURICE LANSDOWNE, 1ST Marquess Of (1737-1805), British statesman, better known under his earlier title of earl of Shelburne, was born at Dublin on the 10th of May 1737. He was a descendant of the lords of Kerry (dating from 1181), and his grandfather Thomas Fitzmaurice, who was created earl of Kerry (1723), married the daughter of Sir William Petty.

  5. 30 de jul. de 2011 · Children of Henry Petty-FitzMaurice, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne and Lady Louisa Emma Fox-Strangways. Lady Louisa Petty-FitzMaurice + 4 d. 12 Jun 1906; William Thomas Petty-FitzMaurice, Earl of Kerry + 3 b. 30 Mar 1811, d. 21 Aug 1836; Henry Petty-FitzMaurice, 4th Marquess of Lansdowne + 5 b. 7 Jan 1816, d. 5 Jul 1866

  6. Edited by Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice in Life of William, Earl of Shelburne (2nd ed., 1912): Paper on Sepulchral Monuments (1791), originally published in The Gentleman's Magazine. Autobiographic papers (1800–1801) "Lord Shelburne on Men and Things", undated fragments on politics and economics.

  7. William Petty-Fitzmaurice I marchese di Lansdowne, meglio conosciuto come Conte di Shelburne (Dublino, 2 maggio 1737 – Londra, 7 maggio 1805) è stato un nobile e politico inglese. È stato primo ministro del Regno di Gran Bretagna dal 4 luglio 1782 al 2 aprile 1783 .