Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, third Marquess of Salisbury

Standard Name: Salisbury, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil,,, third Marquess of
Used Form: Lord Salisbury


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Dedications Isabella Bird
IB dedicated her final travel book, The Yangtze Valley and Beyond: An account of journeys in China, chiefly in the province of Sze Chuan and among the Man-Tze of the Somo Territory, to Lord Salisbury .
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
Friends, Associates Ouida
In London, Ouida took a suite at her old home, the Langham Hotel , where in one night she entertained Robert Browning , Oscar Wilde , Robert Lytton , and Lord Ronald Gower ...


February 1859
Richard Bentley began publishing the short-lived Bentley's Quarterly Review.
23 June 1885
The Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative ) formed a minority government in Britain.
25 July 1886
Following the general election of this month, the Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative ) formed the British government for a second time.
25 June 1895
Following a general election triumph ascribed by some to imperialist feeling, the Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative/Unionist) formed the British government for the third time.
12 November 1900
The Marquess of Salisbury was re-appointed Prime Minister (Conservative/Unionist) after the Khaki general election of the previous month, so called because of the dominance of the Boer War issue.
12 July 1902
Arthur James Balfour (Conservative/Unionist) became Prime Minister on the resignation of Lord Salisbury , who was his uncle.