The Postcode Atlas of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Modern tramway systems can be found in London ( Croydon ), Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester, Blackpool and Edinburgh. The Speaker of the House of Commons is expected to be non-partisan, and does not cast a vote except in the case of a tie; the Lord Speaker, however, votes along with the other Lords. Together, these constitute the British Isles - which is a geographical term for a group of islands lying off the north-west coast of mainland Europe. (Legally, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are largely self governing, and are not part of the United Kingdom.) The Administrative Regions into which the UK and Ireland are divided have changed frequently in recent years.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Royal Mail (July 13, 1989)

ISBN: 0702809187

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See each listing for international shipping options and costs. c.881 - 26 Oct 899 �lfred (Alfred "the Great") (b. c.849 - d. 899) 26 Oct 899 - 17 Jul 924 Eadweard (Edward "the Elder") (b. c.870 - d. 924) 17 Jul 924 - 2 Aug 924 �lfweard (Alfward) (b. c.904 - d. 924) 17 Jul 924 � 27 Oct 939 �thelstan (Athelstan) (b. c.895 - d. 939) 27 Oct 939 - 26 May 946 Eadmund I (Edmund I) (b. c.921 - d. 946) 23 May 946 - 23 Nov 955 Eadred (b. c.923 - d. 955) 23 Nov 955 - 1 Oct 959 Eadwig (Edwy "the All-Fair") (b. bf.943 - d. 959) 9 May 957 - 8 Jul 975 Eadgar I (Edgar I "the Peaceable")(b. c.943 - d. 975) 8 Jul 975 - 18 Mar 978 Eadweard (Edward "the Martyr") (b. c.963 - d. 978) 18 Mar 978 - late 1013 �thelred "Unraed" (1st time) (b. 968? - d. 1016) 18 Mar 978 - 984 Queen �lfthryth (f) -Regent (b. c.945 - d. c.1000) late 1013 - 3 Feb 1014 Sweyn "Tveskaeg" (Swein Forkbeard)(b. c.960 - d. 1014) 23 Apr 1016 - 30 Nov 1016 Eadmund II (Edmund II "Ironside") (b. c.993 - d. 1016) 23 Apr 1016 - 12 Nov 1035 Cnut (Canute) (b. c.955 - d. 1035) 12 Nov 1035 - 1037 Harthacnut (1st time) (b. c.1018 - d. 1042) 12 Nov 1035 - 17 Mar 1040 Harold I "Harefoot" (b. c.1016 - d. 1040) 8 Jun 1042 - 4/5 Jan 1066 Eadweard (Edward "the Confessor") (b. c.1002 - d. 1066) 5 Jan 1066 - 14 Oct 1066 Harold II (Godwinesson) (b. c.1020 - d. 1066) 14 Oct 1066 - 25 Dec 1066 Eadgar II "the �theling" (b. c.1052 - d. 1125) 25 Dec 1066 - 9 Sep 1087 William I "the Conqueror" (b. 1027/28 - d. 1087) 26 Sep 1087 - 2 Aug 1100 William II "Rufus" (b. c.1060 - d. 1100) 5 Aug 1100 - 1 Dec 1135 Henry I (Henri Beauclerc) (b. 1068 - d. 1135) 22 Dec 1135 - 8 Apr 1141 Stephen (1st time) (b. c.1096 - d. 1154) 8 Apr 1141 - 7 Dec 1141 Matilda (left England Feb 1148) (b. 1102 - d. 1167) 6 Apr 1152 - 17 Aug 1153 Eustace (not recognized) (b. c.1131 - d. 1153) 19 Dec 1154 - 6 Jul 1189 Henry II (b. 1133 - d. 1189) 14 Jun 1170 - 11 Jun 1183 Henry (III) "the Young King" (b. 1155 - d. 1183) 6 Jul 1189 - 3 Sep 1189 Richard (b. 1157 - d. 1199) 12 Dec 1189 - 13 Mar 1194 William de Longchamp, Bishop (d. 1197) 12 May 1194 - 6 Jun 1199 Hubert Walter, Bishop (b. c.1160 - d. 1205) 8 Apr 1199 - 27 May 1199 John "Lackland" (b. 1167 - d. 1216) 2 Jun 1216 - 11 Sep 1217 Louis of France (pretender) (b. 1187 - d. 1226) 28 Oct 1216 - 16 Nov 1272 Henry III (b. 1207 - d. 1272) 11 Nov 1216 - 9 Apr 1219 William Marshal, Earl of (b. 1146 - d. 1219) Apr 1219 - Jan 1227 Hubert de Burgh -Regent (b. c.1170 - d. 1243) 20 Nov 1272 - 7 Jul 1307 Edward I "Longshanks" (b. 1239 - d. 1307) - Walter Giffard, Archbishop (b. c.1225 - d. 1279) of York, - Roger Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore (b. 1231 - d. 1282) - Sir Philip Basset (b. c.1184 - d. 1272) (appointed, but died 29 Oct 1272) - Robert Burnell, Bishop of Bath (b. c.1239 - d. 1292) 13 May 1286 - 12 Aug 1289 Edmund, Earl of Cornwall -Regent (b. 1249 - d. 1300) 7 Jul 1307 - 20 Jan 1327 Edward II (b. 1284 - d. 1237) 24 Jan 1327 - 21 Jun 1377 Edward III (b. 1312 - d. 1377) 21 Jun 1377 - 30 Sep 1399 Richard II (b. 1367 - d. 1400) 30 Sep 1399 - 20 Mar 1413 Henry IV (Bolingbroke) (b. 1366/67 - d. 1413) 20 Mar 1413 - 31 Aug 1422 Henry V (b. 1387 - d. 1422) 31 Aug 1422 - 4 Mar 1461 Henry VI (1st time) (b. 1421 - d. 1471) from 21 Oct 1421, King of France as Henri II) 3 Apr 1454 - Feb 1455 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (b. 1411 - d. 1460) 19 Nov 1455 - 25 Feb 1456 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (s.a.) 4 Mar 1461 - 2 Oct 1470 Edward IV (1st time) (b. 1442 - d. 1483) 9 Apr 1483 - 25 Jun 1483 Edward V (b. 1470 - d. 1483) 30 Apr 1483 - 26 Jun 1483 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (b. 1452 - d. 1485) 22 Aug 1485 - 21 Apr 1509 Henry VII (b. 1457 - d. 1509) 24 May 1487 - 16 Jun 1487 Lambet Simnel (b. c.1477 - d. c.1525) 21 Apr 1509 - 28 Jan 1547 Henry VIII (b. 1491 - d. 1547) 28 Jan 1547 - 6 Jul 1553 Edward VI (b. 1537 - d. 1553) 1 Feb 1547 - 13 Oct 1549 Edward Seymour, Duke (b. 1500 - d. 1552) 13 Oct 1549 - 6 Jul 1553 John Dudley, (from Oct 1551) Duke (b. 1502 - d. 1553) 6 Jul 1553 - 19 Jul 1553 Jane (Lady Jane Grey) (b. 1537 - d. 1554) 19 Jul 1553 - 17 Nov 1558 Mary I "Bloody Mary" (b. 1516 - d. 1558) 25 Jul 1554 - 17 Nov 1558 Philip -King-consort (b. 1527 - d. 1598) 17 Nov 1558 - 24 Mar 1603 Elizabeth I (b. 1533 - d. 1603) 24 Mar 1603 - 27 Mar 1625 James I (b. 1566 - d. 1625) 27 Mar 1625 - 30 Jan 1649 Charles I (b. 1600 - d. 1649) 6 Aug 1651 - 15 Oct 1651 Charles II (in dissidence) (b. 1630 - d. 1685) (proclaimed in Carlisle 6 Aug 1651; Speaker of Commons of England, in Parliament Assembled (from 19 May 1649, 4 Jan 1649 - 20 Apr 1653 William Lenthall (1st time) (b. 1591 - d. 1662) 20 Apr 1653 - 4 Jul 1653 Oliver Cromwell (1st time) (b. 1599 - d. 1658) Mil 5 Jul 1653 - 6 Jul 1653 Francis Rous (b. 1579 - d. 1658) Speaker of the Parliament (from 7 Jul 1653, Parliament of the Commonwealth of England) 3 Sep 1658 - 7 May 1659 Richard Cromwell (b. 1626 - d. 1712) 13 Oct 1659 - 25 Oct 1659 Bulstrode Whitelocke (b. 1605 - d. 1675) - Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (b. 1613 - d. 1662) - William Sydenham (b. 1615 - d. 1661) - John Lambert (b. 1619 - d. 1683) - James Berry (d. 1691) - Edmund Ludlow (b. 1617 - d. 1692) - Richard Salwey (b. 1615 - d. 1685) - John Desborough (or Disbrowe) (b. 1608 - d. 1680) - Charles Fleetwood (b. c.1618 - d. 1692) - Sir James Harrington (b. 1607 - d. 1680) - William Steele (b. 1610 - d. 1680) - Walter Strickland (b. 1600 - d. 1671) - Henry Laurence (or Lawrence) (b. 1600 - d. 1664) - John Ireton (b. 1615 - d. 1689) - Robert Tichborne (b. 1604 - d. 1682) - Henry Brandreth (b. 1610 - d. 1672) - John Hewson (b. 1595 - d. 1663) - Robert Lilburne (b. 1613 - d. 1665) - Robert Bennet (b. 1605 - d. 1683) - Cornelius Holland (b. 1599 - d. c.1671) 16 Mar 1660 - 25 Apr 1660 Arthur Annesley (b. 1614 - d. 1686) 25 Apr 1660 - 8 May 1660 Edward Montagu, Earl of Manchester(b. 1602 - d. 1671) 25 Apr 1660 - 8 May 1660 Sir Harbottle Grimston (b. 1603 - d. 1685) 6 Feb 1685 - 12 Feb 1689 James II (b. 1633 - d. 1701) (fled England 23 Dec 1688, declared to have abdicated 12 Feb 1689; in Ireland, 11 Dec 1688 - 11 Dec 1688 Laurence Hyde, Earl of (b. 1642 - d. 1711) 12 Dec 1688 - 28 Dec 1688 George Savile, Marquess of Halifax(b. 1633 - d. 1695) 28 Dec 1688 - 23 Feb 1689 William Henry Prince of Orange (b. 1650 - d. 1702) (in Scotland William II; in Gelderland Willem III) 23 Feb 1689 - 7 Jan 1695 Mary II (b. 1662 - d. 1695) 8/19 Mar 1702-12 Aug 1714 Anne (b. 1665 - d. 1714) 12 Aug 1714 - 22 Jun 1727 George I (b. 1660 - d. 1727) 22 Jun 1727 - 25 Oct 1760 George II (b. 1683 - d. 1760) 25 Oct 1760 - 29 Jan 1820 George III (b. 1738 - d. 1820) 29 Jan 1820 - 26 Jun 1830 George IV (b. 1762 - d. 1830) 26 Jun 1830 - 20 Jun 1837 William IV (b. 1765 - d. 1837) 20 Jun 1837 - 22 Jan 1901 Victoria (b. 1819 - d. 1901) 22 Jan 1901 - 6 May 1910 Edward VII (b. 1841 - d. 1910) 6 May 1910 - 20 Jan 1936 George V (b. 1865 - d. 1936) 20 Jan 1936 - 11 Dec 1936 Edward VIII (b. 1894 - d. 1972) 11 Dec 1936 - 6 Feb 1952 George VI (b. 1895 - d. 1952) 6 Feb 1952 - Elizabeth II (b. 1926) 28 Feb 1403 - 2 Mar 1405 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (b. c.1374 - d. 1447) 2 Mar 1405 - 30 Jan 1407 Thomas Langley, Dean of York (b. c.1363 - d. 1437) (from 14 May 1406, Bishop of York) 30 Jan 1407 - 21 Dec 1409 Thomas Arundel, Archbishop (b. 1353 - d. 1414) 31 Jan 1410 - 5 Jan 1412 Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter (b. c.1377 - d. 1426) 5 Jan 1412 - 21 Mar 1413 Thomas Arundel, Archbishop (s.a.) 21 Mar 1413 - 23 Jul 1417 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (s.a.) 23 Jul 1417 - 16 Jul 1424 Thomas Langley, Bishop of Durham (s.a.) 16 Jul 1424 - 16 Mar 1426 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (s.a.) 16 Mar 1426 - 26 Feb 1432 John Kemp, Archbishop of York (b. c.1380 - d. 1454) 26 Feb 1432 - 31 Jan 1450 John Stafford, Bishop of Bath (d. 1452) (from 13 May 1443, Archbishop of Canterbury) 31 Jan 1450 - 22 Mar 1454 John Kemp, Archbishop of York (s.a.) (from 31 Jul 1452, Archbishop of Canterbury) 2 Apr 1454 - 7 Mar 1455 Richard Nevill, Earl of Salisbury (b. 1400 - d. 1465) 7 Mar 1455 - 11 Oct 1456 Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of (b. c.1404 - d. 1486) 11 Oct 1456 - 7 Jul 1460 William Waynflete, Bishop of (b. c.1398 - d. 14686) 25 Jul 1460 - 10 Mar 1461 George Neville, Bishop of Exeter (b. c.1432 - d. 1476) 20 Jun 1467 - 29 Sep 1470 Robert Stillington, Bishop (b. 1420 - d. 1491) 29 Sep 1470-af.4 Mar 1471 George Neville, Archbishop of (s.a.) 11 Apr 1471 - 18 Jun 1473 Robert Stillington, Bishop (s.a.) 24 Jul 1473 - 27 May 1474 Laurence Booth, Bishop of Durham (b. c.1420 - d. 1480) 27 May 1474 - 10 Jun 1475 Thomas Rotherham, Bishop of (b. 1423 - d. 1500) 10 Jun 1475 - 29 Sep 1475 John Alcock, Bishop of Rochester (b. c.1430 - d. 1500) 29 Sep 1475 - 22 Apr 1483 Thomas Rotherham, Bishop of (s.a.) 10 May 1483 - 29 Jul 1485 John Russell, Bishop of Lincoln (s.a.) 18 Sep 1485 - 7 Oct 1485 Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop (s.a.) 7 Oct 1485 - 6 Mar 1487 John Alcock, Bishop of Worcester (s.a.) (from 6 Oct 1486, Bishop of Ely) 6 Mar 1487 - 15 Sep 1500 John Morton, Archbishop of (b. c.1420 � d. 1500) 13 Oct 1500 - 27 Jul 1502 Henry Deane, Archbishop of (b. c.1440 - d. 1503) 11 Aug 1502 - 24 Dec 1515 William Warham, Archbishop (b. c.1450 - d. 1532) 24 Dec 1515 - 18 Oct 1529 Thomas Cardinal Wolsey, (b. 1473 - d. 1530) 26 Oct 1529 - 16 May 1532 Sir Thomas More (b. 1478 - d. 1535) 20 May 1532 - 22 Apr 1544 Sir Thomas Audley, (b. 1487/88 - d. 1544) 3 May 1544 - 7 Mar 1547 Sir Thomas Wriothesley, (b. 1505 - d. 1550) 7 Mar 1547 - 23 Oct 1547 Sir William Paulet (b. c.1483 � d. 1572) 23 Oct 1547 - 21 Dec 1551 Richard Rich, Baron Rich (b. 1496/97 - d. 1567) 3 Feb 1550 - 10 Mar 1572 William Paulet, Earl of Wiltshire, Jul 1572 - 4 Aug 1598 William Cecil, Baron Cecil of (s.a.) 4 Aug 1598 - 15 May 1599 Sir Thomas Egerton (1st time) (b. 1540 - d. 1617) 15 May 1599 - 19 Apr 1608 Thomas Sackville, Baron Buckhurst, Earl of Dorset (b. 1536 - d. 1608) 19 Apr 1608 - 4 May 1608 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (s.a.) 4 May 1608 - 24 May 1612 Robert Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, Earl of Salisbury (b. 1563 - d. 1612) 24 May 1612 - 16 Jun 1612 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (s.a.) 16 Jun 1612 - 24 May 1613 Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton (b. 1540 - d. 1614) 24 May 1613 - 11 Jul 1614 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (b. 1540 - d. 1617) 11 Jul 1614 - 21 Jul 1618 Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk (b. 1561 - d. 1626) 21 Jul 1618 - 14 Dec 1620 George Abbott, Archbishop (b. 1562 - d. 1633) 14 Dec 1620 - 29 Sep 1621 Henry Montagu, Viscount Mandeville(b. 1563 - d. 1642) 29 Sep 1621 - 14 May 1624 Lionel Cranfield, Baron Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex (b. 1575 - d. 1645) 14 May 1624 - 25 May 1624 Edward Somerset, Earl (b. 1553 - d. 1628) 25 May 1624 - 11 Dec 1624 Sir Richard Weston (1st time) (b. 1577 - d. 1635) 11 Dec 1624 - 15 Jul 1628 James Ley, Baron Ley of Ley, Earl of Marlborough (b. 1552 - d. 1628) 15 Jul 1628 - 13 Mar 1635 Richard Weston, Baron Weston, (s.a.) 15 Mar 1635 - 6 Mar 1636 William Laud, Archbishop of (b. 1573 - d. 1645) 6 Mar 1636 - 21 May 1641 William Juxon, Bishop of London (b. 1582 - d. 1663) 21 May 1641 - 3 Oct 1643 Edward Littleton, Baron Lyttleton (b. 1589 - d. 1645) Baron Cottington of Hanworth (b. 1579 - d. 1652) 24 Feb 1649 Basil Feilding, Earl of Denbigh (b. c.1608 - d. 1675) 3 Mar 1649 Basil Feilding, Earl of Denbigh (s.a.) 7 Mar 1649 Sir William Masham (b. 1591 - d. 1656) 7 Mar 1649 Sir Arthur Hesilrige (b. 1601 - d. 1661) Presidents of the Council of State (routinely styled in proceedings: Lord President) 12 Mar 1649 - 15 Feb 1650 John Bradshaw (1st time) (b. 1602 - d. 1659) 23 Feb 1652 - 22 Mar 1652 Philip Sidney, Viscount Lisle (b. 1619 - d. 1698) 22 Mar 1652 - 19 Apr 1652 John Lisle (b. 1610 - d. 1664) 19 Apr 1652 - 17 May 1652 Henry Rolle (1st time) (b. 1589? - d. 1656) 17 May 1652 - 14 Jun 1652 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (1st time) (s.a.) 14 Jun 1652 - 12 Jul 1652 Philip Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (b. 1584 - d. 1650) 12 Jul 1652 - 9 Aug 1652 Dennis Bond (1st time) (b. 1588 - d. 1658) 9 Aug 1652 - 7 Sep 1652 William Purefoy (b. 1580? - d. 1659) 5 Oct 1652 - 25 Oct 1652 Sir William Constable (1st time) (b. 1590 - d. 1655) 23 Feb 1653 - 23 Mar 1653 Thomas Chaloner (or Challoner) (b. 1595 - d. 1661) 9 May 1653 - 13 May 1653 Sir Gilbert Pickering (1st time) (b. 1610 - d. 1668) 24 Jun 1653 - 5 Jul 1653 Philip Jones (b. 1618 � d.1674) 21 Jul 1653 - 4 Aug 1653 Edward Montagu (1st time) (b. 1602 - d. 1671) 17 Aug 1653 - 31 Aug 1653 Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper (b. 1621 - d. 1683) 28 Sep 1653 - 4 Oct 1653 Charles Howard (b. 1629 - d. 1685) 4 Oct 1653 - 3 Nov 1653 William Sydenham (b. 1615 - d. 1661) 16 Aug 1659 - 17 Aug 1659 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (2nd time) (s.a.) 1 Sep 1659 - 15 Sep 1659 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (3rd time) (s.a.) 30 Sep 1659 - 13 Oct 1659 Thomas Scot (b. 1604? - d. 1660) 8 Sep 1660 - 16 May 1667 Thomas Wriothesley, Earl of (b. 1607 - d. 1667) 1 Jun 1667 - 3 Jan 1670 George Monk, Duke of Albemarle (s.a.) 3 Jan 1670 - 28 Nov 1672 Anthony Ashley Cooper, Baron Ashley, (from 23 Apr 1672, Earl of Shaftesbury) 28 Nov 1669 - 19 Jun 1673 Thomas Clifford, Baron Clifford (b. 1630 - d. 1673) 19 Jun 1673 - 6 Mar 1678 Thomas Osborne, Viscount Osborne of Dunblane, (from 27 Jun 1674) (b. 1631 - d. 1712) 6 Mar 1679 - 19 Nov 1679 Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex (b. 1632 - d. 1683) 19 Nov 1679 - 25 Aug 1684 Laurence Hyde, Viscount Hyde of (b. 1642 - d. 1711) Tor 25 Aug 1684 - 16 Feb 1685 Sidney Godolphin, (b. 1645 - d. 1712) Tor 16 Feb 1685 - 5 Jan 1686 Laurence Hyde, Viscount Hyde of (s.a.) Tor 5 Jan 1687 - 8 Apr 1689 John Belasyse, Baron Belasyse (b. 1614 - d. 1689) Tor 8 Apr 1689 - 19 Mar 1690 Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Monmouth(b. 1658 - d. 1735) Whg 19 Mar 1690 - 15 Nov 1690 John Lowther (b. 1655 - d. 1700) Whg 1 May 1697 - 25 Nov 1699 Charles Montagu (1st time) (b. 1661 - d. 1715) Whg 25 Nov 1699 - 12 Dec 1700 Forde Grey, Baron Grey of Werk, (b. 1655 - d. 1701) Whg 27 Dec 1701 - 8 May 1702 Charles Howard, (b. 1669 - d. 1738) Whg 8 May 1702 - 11 Aug 1710 John Churchill, (b. 1650 - d. 1722) Tor 11 Aug 1710 - 29 Mar 1711 John Poulett, Earl Poulett (b. 1663 - d. 1743) Tor 29 Mar 1711 - 30 Jul 1714 Robert Harley, (b. 1661 - d. 1724) Tor 30 Jul 1714 - 11 Oct 1714 Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury(b. 1660 - d. 1718) Whg 11 Oct 1714 - 19 May 1715 Charles Montagu, Baron of Halifax (s.a.) Whg 10 Oct 1715 - 9 Jun 1717 Robert Walpole (1st time) (b. 1676 - d. 1745) Whg 12 Jun 1717 - 21 Mar 1721 James Stanhope, (b. 1673 - d. 1721) Whg (from 14 Apr 1718, James Stanhope, Earl of Stanhope) 21 Mar 1721 - 4 Apr 1721 Charles Spencer, (b. 1674 - d. 1722) Whg (from 27 May 1725, Sir Robert Walpole) 16 Feb 1742 - 2 Jul 1743 Spencer Compton, (b. 1673? - d. 1743) Whg 27 Aug 1743 - 6 Mar 1754 Henry Pelham (b. 1696 - d. 1754) Whg 16 Mar 1754 - 16 Nov 1756 Thomas Pelham-Holles, (b. 1693 - d. 1768) Whg 16 Nov 1756 - 25 Jun 1757 William Cavendish, (b. 1720 - d. 1764) Whg 25 Jun 1757 - 2 Jul 1757 James Waldegrave, (b. 1715 - d. 1763) Whg 26 May 1762 - 16 Apr 1763 John Stuart, Earl of Bute (b. 1713 - d. 1792) Tor 16 Apr 1763 - 13 Jul 1765 George Grenville (b. 1712 - d. 1770) Whg 13 Jul 1765 - 30 Jul 1766 Charles Watson-Wentworth, (b. 1730 - d. 1782) Whg 30 Jul 1766 - 14 Oct 1768 William Pitt, "the Elder" (b. 1708 - d. 1778) Whg 14 Oct 1768 - 28 Jan 1770 Augustus Henry Fitzroy, (b. 1735 - d. 1811) Whg 28 Jan 1770 - 22 Mar 1782 Frederick North, Lord North (b. 1732 - d. 1792) Tor 4 Jul 1782 - 2 Apr 1783 William Petty-Fitzmaurice, (b. 1737 - d. 1805) Whg 2 Apr 1783 - 19 Dec 1783 William Henry Cavendish- (b. 1738 - d. 1809) Whg 19 Dec 1783 - 14 Mar 1801 William Pitt "the Younger" (b. 1759 - d. 1806) Tor 17 Mar 1801 - 10 May 1804 Henry Addington (b. 1757 - d. 1844) Tor 11 Feb 1806 - 31 Mar 1807 William Wyndham Grenville, (b. 1759 - d. 1834) Whg 4 Oct 1809 - 11 May 1812 Spencer Perceval (b. 1762 - d. 1812) Tor 9 Jun 1812 - 10 Apr 1827 Robert Banks Jenkinson, (b. 1770 - d. 1828) Tor 10 Apr 1827 - 8 Aug 1827 George Canning (b. 1770 - d. 1827) Tor 31 Aug 1827 - 22 Jan 1828 Frederick John Robinson, (b. 1782 - d. 1859) Tor 22 Jan 1828 - 22 Nov 1830 Arthur Wellesley, (b. 1769 - d. 1852) Tor 22 Nov 1830 - 16 Jul 1834 Charles Grey, Earl Grey (b. 1764 - d. 1845) Whg 16 Jul 1834 - 17 Nov 1834 William Lamb, (1st time) (b. 1779 - d. 1848) Whg 10 Dec 1834 - 18 Apr 1835 Sir Robert Peel (1st time) (b. 1788 - d. 1850) Con 18 Apr 1835 - 30 Aug 1841 William Lamb, (2nd time) (s.a.) Whg 30 Jun 1846 - 23 Feb 1852 John Russell, Lord Russell (b. 1792 - d. 1878) Whg 23 Feb 1852 - 19 Dec 1852 Edward Geoffrey Stanley, (b. 1799 - d. 1869) Con 19 Dec 1852 - 6 Feb 1855 George Hamilton-Gordon, (b. 1784 - d. 1860) Peel 6 Feb 1855 - 20 Feb 1858 Henry John Temple, (b. 1784 - d. 1865) Whg 29 Oct 1865 - 28 Jun 1866 John Russell, Earl Russell (s.a.) Lib 27 Feb 1868 - 3 Dec 1868 Benjamin Disraeli (1st time) (b. 1804 - d. 1881) Con 3 Dec 1868 - 20 Feb 1874 William Ewart Gladstone (1st time)(b. 1809 - d. 1898) Lib 20 Feb 1874 - 23 Apr 1880 Benjamin Disraeli, (2nd time) (s.a.) Con 23 Jun 1885 - 1 Feb 1886 Robert Arthur Talbot (b. 1830 - d. 1903) Con 5 Mar 1894 - 25 Jun 1895 Archibald Primrose, (b. 1847 - d. 1929) Lib 12 Jul 1902 - 5 Dec 1905 Arthur James Balfour (b. 1848 - d. 1930) Con 5 Dec 1905 - 8 Apr 1908 Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (b. 1836 - d. 1908) Lib 8 Apr 1908 - 7 Dec 1916 Herbert Henry Asquith (b. 1852 - d. 1928) Lib 7 Dec 1916 - 23 Oct 1922 David Lloyd George (b. 1863 - d. 1945) Lib 23 Oct 1922 - 22 May 1923 Andrew Bonar Law (b. 1858 - d. 1923) Con 22 May 1923 - 22 Jan 1924 Stanley Baldwin (1st time) (b. 1867 - d. 1947) Con 22 Jan 1924 - 4 Nov 1924 Ramsay MacDonald (1st time) (b. 1866 - d. 1937) Lab 28 May 1937 - 10 May 1940 Neville Chamberlain (b. 1869 - d. 1940) Con 10 May 1940 - 26 Jul 1945 Winston Churchill (1st time) (b. 1874 - d. 1965) Con 26 Jul 1945 - 26 Oct 1951 Clement Richard Attlee (b. 1883 - d. 1967) Lab (from 24 Apr 1953, Sir Winston Churchill) 6 Apr 1955 - 10 Jan 1957 Sir Robert Anthony Eden (b. 1897 - d. 1977) Con 10 Jan 1957 - 19 Oct 1963 Maurice Harold Macmillan (b. 1894 - d. 1986) Con 19 Oct 1963 - 16 Oct 1964 Alexander Frederick (b. 1903 - d. 1995) Con (from 23 Oct 1963, Sir Alec Douglas-Home) 16 Oct 1964 - 19 Jun 1970 James Harold Wilson (1st time) (b. 1916 - d. 1995) Lab 19 Jun 1970 - 4 Mar 1974 Edward Richard George Heath (b. 1916 - d. 2005) Con 5 Apr 1976 - 4 May 1979 Leonard James Callaghan (b. 1912 - d. 2005) Lab 4 May 1979 - 28 Nov 1990 Margaret Thatcher (f) (b. 1925 - d. 2013) Con 28 Nov 1990 - 2 May 1997 John Major (b. 1943) Con 2 May 1997 - 27 Jun 2007 Anthony "Tony" Blair (b. 1953) Lab 27 Jun 2007 - 11 May 2010 Gordon Brown (b. 1951) Lab 11 May 2010 - 13 Jul 2016 David Cameron (b. 1966) Con 13 Jul 2016 - Theresa May (f) (b. 1956) Con �Full style of the ruler: (a) Anglo-Saxon royal styles (9th-11th century): evidence found in contemporary sources suggests that the Anglo-Saxon rulers of England in the 9th-11th century used a number of forms of royal title, which loosely varied Nicholson's Guide to Ireland.

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