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Poplar Rate Rebels mural - 1
The mural refers to "30 councillors" but actually names only 29. The count o...
Joseph Sebag Montefiore
Banker, stockbroker and politician. Born and died in London. Son of Solomon Sebag and his wife Sarah Montefiore. In 1885 his surname was supplemented with royal permission with that of his mother's...
Sir Ralph Abercromby
Soldier and politician. Born Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Lieutenant-general in the army. Served in the Napoleonic Wars. Died following a hit at a battle, a victory, near Alexandria.
Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Egypt, Scotland
Brewer and member of parliament. Born at Cardington, near Bedford. He set up a small brewery in London in 1742. He amassed a large fortune and invested heavily in property. M.P.for Bedford in 1768....
William Pitt (the Younger)
Born Hayes, Kent. Son of William Pitt the Elder. Tory. Entered parliament in 1781, became Chancellor of the Exchequer and then, aged 24, Prime Minister: 1783-1801 and again: 1804-6. Reputed to dri...
Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford
Statesman. Harley Street was named after him. Responsible for the creation of the South Sea company and was the first governor. This company later became a major player in the Atlantic slave trade.