Person    | Male  Born 17/8/1792  Died 28/5/1878

Lord John Russell

Author, Prime Minister. Born Hertford Street, Mayfair, the 3rd son of the Duke of Bedford. First Earl Russell. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition, 1851. Prime Minister: 1846-52, 1865-66. Died Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey.

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Lord John Russell

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Earl Russell bust

This used to be "mystery bust" in Puzzle Corner but our colleague, Alan Pat...

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Great Exhibition and Prince Albert

Designed by Joseph Durham with modifications by Sydney Smirke. Inaugurated by...

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Lord John Russell

LCC Lord John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, 1792 - 1878, twice Prime Minister, l...

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