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Liverpool Robert Banks Jenkinson

Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, Earl of (1770-1828), entered Parliament under Pitt in 1790, and in 1796, on his father receiving a peerage, became Lord Hawkesbury. As Foreign Secretary he negotiated the Treaty of Amiens, and became Home Secretary in 1804. He was Premier (1812-27), but his prosecution of Queen Caroline made him extremely unpopular.