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Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, from The National and Domestic History of England' Featured Charles Grey Image

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, from The National and Domestic History of England'

KW341456 Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, from The National and Domestic History of England by William Hickman Smith Aubrey (1858-1916) published London, c.1890 (litho) by Lawrence, Thomas (1769-1830) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Grey (1764-1845); British Prime Minister 1830-34;); Ken Welsh; English, out of copyright

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The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry...at Brandywine, 1777, (1939) Featured Charles Grey Image

The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry...at Brandywine, 1777, (1939)

The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. How the D.C.L.I. Won Their Red Feathers at Brandywine, 1777, (1939). Incident during the American Revolutionary War, 11 September 1777, near Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. American soldiers under the command of Brigadier General Anthony Wayne were attacked and put to the bayonet by British soldiers under the command of Major General Charles Grey. The Americans vowed vengeance, and the British responded by sending a message saying they would dye their white cap feathers red so that the Americans could easily identify them. From Battles for the Flag, a set of cards given away with British boys comic The Wizard. [D. C. Thomson & Co., Dundee, 1939]

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King William IV, Lord Henry Brougham and Lord Charles Grey, 1832.Artist: F Wentworth Featured Charles Grey Image

King William IV, Lord Henry Brougham and Lord Charles Grey, 1832.Artist: F Wentworth

King William IV, Lord Henry Brougham and Lord Charles Grey, 1832. On 7th May 1832, Prime Minister Grey and Henry Brougham met the king and asked him to create a large number of Whig peers in order to get their Reform Bill passed in the House of Lords. Following William's refusal, Grey's government resigned and William IV asked the leader of the Tories, the Duke of Wellington, to form a new government. However, a number of Tories were unwilling to join a cabinet that was in opposition to the views of the vast majority of the people in Britain, and so William was forced to ask Grey to return to office. Once again Lord Grey asked the king to create a large number of new Whig peers. This time William consented and iwhen the Lords heard the news, they agreed to pass the Reform Act

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