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date: 30 September 2020

Russell, John [formerly Lord John Russell], first Earl Russelllocked

(1792–1878)
  • John Prest

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Russell, John [formerly Lord John Russell], first Earl Russell (1792–1878), prime minister and author, born at Hertford Street, Westminster, on 18 August 1792, was the third son of Lord John Russell (1766–1839) and his first wife, Georgiana Elizabeth (1768?–1801), second daughter of ...

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