Charles Grey


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Noun1.Charles Grey - Englishman who as Prime Minister implemented social reforms including the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire (1764-1845)
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THE great achievements of our local heroes, Admiral Lord Collingwood, and then Charles Grey, and radical Jack Lambton, created a British democratic system far better than the methods of the French revolutionaries or the Germans.
is bar will upset some who cherish the Monument as a prominent landmark in Newcastle, but it will bring Charles Grey into the consciousness of a new - if slightly more tipsy - generation.
In which cult film did Charles Grey play a singing criminologist?
In 1764, Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, who served as British Prime Minister from 1830 to 1834 (and for whom Earl Grey tea is named), was born in Falloden, Northumberland.
However, scandal followed when she was eventually driven into the arms of young politician Charles Grey.
Adored by the public for her extravagant lifestyle, Spencer endured a troubled marriage and was eventually driven into the arms of Charles Grey, a senior Whig politician.
The centre's focal point is Grey's Monument, built in 1838 for Prime Minister Charles Grey, who was instrumental in the Great Reform Act 1832, which purged so-called 'rotten boroughs' and gave cities like Birmingham their first MPs.
When she gives birth to not one but two daughters, his eye wanders and he takes Georgiana's friend Bess Foster (Atwell) as his mistress, driving his young wife ever closer to her one true love, Charles Grey (Cooper), ambitious protege of Whig Party leader Charles Fox (McBurney).
When Georgiana produces two daughters, the Duke takes her friend Bess Foster (Atwell) as his mistress, driving his young wife closer to her one true love, Charles Grey (Cooper), ambitious protege of Whig Party leader Charles Fox (McBurney).
As it's a period piece about posh people and sex, it obviously stars Keira Knightley (right) as the Duchess, married to the distant 5th Duke of Devonshire (Ralph Fiennes, who I've been enjoying recently), and playing away with a young, thrusting (literally) politician Charles Grey (Dominic Cooper).
A EARL Charles Grey was Prime Minister from 1830-1834.
Charles Grey was born at Falloden, near Alnwick in Northumberland, on March 13, 1764, the son of General Sir Charles Grey and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of George Grey of Southwick, Durham.