The Addington Ministry was a ministry in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland led by the Tory Henry Addington, notable as an interlude between the two ministries of William Pitt the Younger. It is most notable for the Peace of Amiens which marked a brief cessation in the Napoleonic Wars.
List of Ministers
March 1801 – May 1804
- Henry Addington – First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Lord Eldon – Lord Chancellor
- Lord Chatham – Lord President of the Council and Master-General of the Ordnance
- Lord Westmorland – Lord Privy Seal
- The Duke of Portland – Secretary of State for the Home Department
- Lord Hawkesbury – Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
- Lord Hobart – Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
- Lord St Vincent – First Lord of the Admiralty
- Lord Liverpool – President of the Board of Trade
- May, 1801 – Lord Lewisham (who becomes Lord Dartmouth in July), the President of the Board of Control, enters the Cabinet
- July, 1801 – The Duke of Portland succeeds Lord Chatham as Lord President (Chatham remains Master of the Ordnance). Lord Pelham succeeds Portland as Home Secretary.
- July, 1802 – Lord Castlereagh succeeds Lord Dartmouth at the Board of Control.
- August, 1803 – Charles Philip Yorke succeeds Lord Pelham as Home Secretary.
- Cook, Chris; Stevenson, John (1980). British Historical Facts 1760-1830. London.
First Pitt the Younger Ministry
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Second Pitt the Younger Ministry