Perceval, Spencer

Perceval, Spencer
 (1762–1812) British prime minister (1809–12); only British prime minister to be assassinated.

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  • Perceval, Spencer — born Nov. 1, 1762, London, Eng. died May 11, 1812, London British prime minister (1809–12). He entered Parliament in 1796 and supported William Pitt s policy of war with France. He served as attorney general (1802–06) and as chancellor of the… …   Universalium

  • Perceval, Spencer — (1 nov. 1762, Londres, Inglaterra–11 may. 1812, Londres). Primer ministro británico (1809–12). Ingresó al parlamento en 1796 y apoyó a William Pitt y su política de guerra con Francia. Fue fiscal de la corona (1802–06) y canciller del Exchequer… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • PERCEVAL, SPENCER —    English statesman, born in London, son of the Earl of Egmont; bred to the bar; entered Parliament as a supporter of Pitt, and held a succession of posts under different administrations, attaining the Premiership, which he held from 1800 to… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Perceval, Spencer — (1762 1812). Bk British prime minister, assassinated, 192.    Bib.: Dict. Nat. Biog …   The makers of Canada

  • Spencer Perceval — (* 1. November 1762 in London; † 11. Mai 1812 ebenda) war ein britischer Staatsmann und Premierminister. Er fiel als bisher einziger britischer Premierminister einem Attentat zum Opfer. Leben Perceval war der 7. Sohn von John Perceval, 2. Earl of …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Spencer Perceval — Mandats 21e Premier ministre du Royaume Uni 4  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Spencer Perceval — Spencer Perceval. Spencer Perceval (nacido el 1 de noviembre de 1762 en Audley Square, Londres † 11 de mayo de 1812 en el lobby de la Cámara de los Comunes del Reino Unido) es un político británico que ocupó el cargo de Primer Ministro del Reino… …   Wikipedia Español

  • spencer — spencer1 /spen seuhr/, n. 1. a short, close fitting jacket, frequently trimmed with fur, worn in the 19th century by women and children. 2. a man s close fitting jacket, having a collar and lapels and reaching just below the waist, worn in the… …   Universalium

  • Spencer — /spen seuhr/, n. 1. Charles, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, 1674 1722, British statesman: prime minister 1718 21. 2. Herbert, 1820 1903, English philosopher. 3. Platt Rogers /plat/, 1800 64, U.S. calligrapher and teacher of penmanship. 4. a town in NW… …   Universalium

  • Spencer — ► sustantivo masculino INDUMENTARIA Y MODA Chaqueta corta, abierta y con solapas. * * * Spencer, Herbert ► Golfo del S de Australia, en el Índico. * * * (as used in expressions) Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin Churchill, Randolph (Henry Spencer),… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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