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The Walpole–Townshend ministry
Walpole–Townshend ministry
lasted between 1721 and 1730. The Cabinet[edit]

Office Name Term

First Lord of the Treasury Sir Robert Walpole 1721–1730

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons

Northern Secretary The Viscount Townshend 1721–1730

Southern Secretary The Lord Carteret 1721–1724

The Duke of Newcastle 1724–1730

Lord Chancellor The Earl of Macclesfield 1721–1725

The Lord King 1725–1730

Lord Privy Seal The Duke of Kingston 1721–1726

The Lord Trevor 1726–1730

Lord President of the Council The Viscount Townshend 1721

The Lord Carleton 1721–1725

The Duke of Devonshire 1725–1730

The Lord Trevor 1730

First Lord of the Admiralty The Earl of Berkeley 1721–1727

The Viscount Torrington 1727–1730

Master-General of the Ordnance The Duke of Marlborough 1721–1722

The Earl Cadogan 1722–1725

The Duke of Argyll 1725–1730

Paymaster of the Forces The Lord Cornwallis 1721–1722

The Lord Wilmington 1722–1730

Lord Steward The Duke of Argyll 1721–1725

The Duke of Dorset 1725–1730

Lord Chamberlain The Duke of Newcastle 1721–1724

The Duke of Grafton 1724–1730

Master of the Horse The Earl of Scarbrough 1727–1730

For several months in 1721, Lord Carteret concurrently held the positions of Northern Secretary and Lord President of the Council.

Preceded by Second Stanhope–Sunderland ministry Government of Great Britain 1721–1730 Succeeded by Walpole ministry

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Cabinet of Sir Robert Walpole
Robert Walpole
and The Viscount Townshend (1721–30)

First Lord of the Treasury Chancellor of the Exchequer Leader of the House of Commons

Sir Robert Walpole
Robert Walpole
(1721–1730)

Northern Secretary

The Viscount Townshend (1721–1730)

Southern Secretary

The Earl Granville (1721–1724) The Duke of Newcastle (1724–1730)

Lord Chancellor

The Earl of Macclesfield (1721–1725) The Lord King (1725–1730)

Lord President of the Council

The Duke of Kingston (1721–1726) The Lord Trevor (1726–1730)

Lord Privy Seal

The Viscount Townshend (1721) The Lord Carleton (1721–1725) The Duke of Devonshire (1725–1730) The Lord Trevor (1730)

First Lord of the Admiralty

The Earl of Berkeley (1721–1727) The Viscount Torrington (1727–1730)

Master-General of the Ordnance

The Duke of Marlborough (1721–1722) The Earl Cadogan (1722–1725) The Duke of Argyll (1725–1730)

Paymaster of the Forces

The Lord Cornwallis (1721–1722) The Earl of Wilmington (1722–1730)

Lord Steward

The Duke of Argyll (1721–1725) The Duke of Dorset (1725–1730)

Lord Chamberlain

The Duke of Newcastle (1721–1724) The Duke of Grafton (1724–1730)

Master of the Horse

The Earl of Scarbrough (1727–1730)

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