Robert Peel

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Sir Robert Peel

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Prime Meenister o the Unitit Kinrick
In office
30 August 1841 – 29 Juin 1846
MonarchVictoria
Precedit biThe Viscoont Melbourne
Succeedit biLaird John Russell
In office
10 December 1834 – 8 Aprile 1835
MonarchWilliam IV
Precedit biThe Duke o Wellington
Succeedit biThe Viscoont Melbourne
Leader o the Opposition
In office
18 Aprile 1835 – 30 August 1841
MonarchWilliam IV
Victoria
Precedit biThe Viscoont Melbourne
Succeedit biThe Viscoont Melbourne
Chancellor o the Exchequer
In office
2 December 1834 – 8 Aprile 1835
Precedit biThe Laird Denman
Succeedit biThomas Spring Rice
Home Secretar
In office
26 Januar 1828 – 22 November 1830
Precedit biThe Marquess o Lansdowne
Succeedit biThe Viscoont Melbourne
In office
17 Januar 1822 – 10 Aprile 1827
Precedit biThe Viscoont Sidmouth
Succeedit biWilliam Sturges Bourne
Personal details
Born5 Februar 1788(1788-02-05)
Ramsbottom, Lancashire, Ingland, Great Britain
Dee'd2 Julie 1850(1850-07-02) (aged 62)
Westminster, Middlesex, Ingland, Unitit Kinrick
Poleetical pairtyTory/Conservative
Spoose(s)Julia
Bairns7
Alma materChrist Kirk, Oxford
ReligionKirk o Ingland[1]
SignaturCursive signature in ink
Militar service
Allegiance Unitit Kinrick
Service/branchFlag of the British Army.svg Breetish Airmy
Years o service1820
RankBritish Army OF-1b.svg Lieutenant
UnitStaffordshire Yeomanry

Sir Robert Peel, 2nt Baronet (5 Februar 1788 – 2 Julie 1850) wis a Breetish Conservative statesman, who twice served as Prime Meenister o the Unitit Kinrick frae 10 December 1834 tae 8 Aprile 1835, an again frae 30 August 1841 tae 29 Juin 1846.

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  1. "Sir Robert Peel Facts". yourdictionary.com.