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The Cabinet

First Lord of the Treasury
Leader of the House of Lords
The Viscount Melbourne July–November 1834
Lord Chancellor The Lord Brougham July–November 1834
Lord President of the Council The Marquess of Lansdowne July–November 1834
Lord Privy Seal Earl of Mulgrave July–November 1834
Home Secretary Viscount Duncannon July–November 1834
Foreign Secretary The Viscount Palmerston July–November 1834
Secretary of State for War and the Colonies Thomas Spring Rice July–November 1834
First Lord of the Admiralty The Lord Auckland July–November 1834
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Leader of the House of Commons
Viscount Althorp July–November 1834
President of the Board of Trade
Treasurer of the Navy
Charles Poulett Thomson July–November 1834
President of the Board of Control Charles Grant July–November 1834
Master of the Mint James Abercromby July–November 1834
First Commissioner of Woods and Forests Sir John Hobhouse, Bt July–November 1834
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster The Lord Holland July–November 1834
Paymaster of the Forces Lord John Russell July–November 1834
Secretary at War Edward Ellice July–November 1834

Preceded by
Grey Ministry
British ministries
Succeeded by
First Peel Ministry

See also



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