Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, fourteenth Earl of Derby

Standard Name: Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley,,, fourteenth Earl of
Used Form: Lord Derby

Connections

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Friends, Associates Mary Boyle
MB met Lord Derby and Benjamin Disraeli at Burghley House in Stamford, when, despite their repeal four years earlier, the strife over the Corn Laws was still raging.
Boyle, Mary. Mary Boyle. Her Book. Boyle, Sir Courtenay EdmundEditor , E. P. Dutton; John Murray, 1902.
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Timeline

23 February 1852
The Earl of Derby, Edward Stanley , formed a conservative minority government.
20 February 1858
The Earl of Derby, Edward Stanley , a Conservative, formed the British government for a second time.
28 June 1866
Lord Derby , a Conservative , formed his third government.
27 February 1868
Benjamin Disraeli , a Conservative , became Prime Minister following the resignation of the Earl of Derby .