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October 1809 – May 1812
- Spencer Perceval – First Lord of the Treasury, Leader of the House of Commons, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
- Lord Eldon – Lord Chancellor
- Lord Camden – Lord President of the Council
- Lord Westmorland – Lord Privy Seal
- Richard Ryder – Secretary of State for the Home Department
- Lord Bathurst – Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and President of the Board of Trade
- Lord Liverpool – Secretary of State for War and the Colonies and Leader of the House of Lords
- Lord Mulgrave – First Lord of the Admiralty
- Lord Chatham – Master-General of the Ordnance
- Lord Harrowby – Minister without Portfolio
See also: Assassination of Spencer Perceval
- December 1809 – Lord Wellesley succeeds Lord Bathurst as Foreign Secretary. Bathurst continues at the Board of Trade.
- May 1810 – Lord Mulgrave succeeds Lord Chatham as Master-General of the Ordnance. Charles Philip Yorke succeeds Mulgrave as First Lord of the Admiralty.
- March 1812 – Lord Castlereagh succeeds Lord Wellesley as Foreign Secretary.
- April 1812 – Lord Sidmouth succeeds Lord Camden as Lord President. Camden remains in the cabinet as a minister without portfolio.
Full List of Ministers
Members of the Cabinet are in bold face.
- Chris Cook and John Stevenson, British Historical Facts 1760–1830
- Joseph Haydn and Horace Ockerby, The Book of Dignities
Second Portland ministry
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