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Charles Grey Quiz Questions

Lord Grey (painted by George Hayter) headed th...

Lord Grey (painted by George Hayter) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When was Charles Grey Prime Minister of UK?
a) 1806-1807
b) 1830-1834
c) 1807-1811
d) 1840-1845

2. When was Charles Grey born?
a) 13 March 1764
b) 25 April 1762
c) 25 July 1768
d) 22 October 1756

3. Where was Charles Grey born?
a) Salisbury
b) Dublin
c) Falloden
d) Edinburgh

4. To which party did Charles Grey belong?
a) Green
b) Conservative
c) National Front
d) Whig

English: Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey's signature.

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey’s signature. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

5. Which constituency did Charles Grey represent?
a) Sheffield
b) Northumberland
c) Kent
d) Sussex

6. Whom did Charles Grey marry?
a) Mary Elizabeth Ponsonby
b) Jane Grey
c) Mary Ann Evans
d) Catherine East

English: Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey (1764-1845)

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7. What was Charles Grey’s greatest achievement?
a) Regency Act of 1765
b) Factory Act
c) Reform Act of 1832
d) Metropolitan Police Act

8. Who reluctantly agreed to grant Charles Grey authority to create new peers?
a) George III
b) Edward VII
c) Victoria
d) William IV

9. When did Charles Grey die?
a) 19 January 1850
b) 22 May 1855
c) 17 July 1845
d) 4 October 1847

10. Where did Charles Grey die?
a) Liverpool
b) Howick
c) Wingello
d) Belfast

Charles Grey Quiz Questions and Answers

English: Inscription on monument to Charles Gr...

Inscription on monument to Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When was Charles Grey Prime Minister of UK?
b) 1830-1834

2. When was Charles Grey born?
a) 13 March 1764

3. Where was Charles Grey born?
c) Falloden

4. To which party did Charles Grey belong?
d) Whig

5. Which constituency did Charles Grey represent?
b) Northumberland

6. Whom did Charles Grey marry?
a) Mary Elizabeth Ponsonby

English: Detail from the picture commemorating...

Detail from the picture commemorating the passing of the Great Reform Act in 1832. It depicts the first session of the new House of Commons on 5 February 1833 held in St Stephen’s Chapel which was destroyed by fire in 1834. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7. What was Charles Grey’s greatest achievement?
c) Reform Act of 1832

8. Who reluctantly agreed to grant Charles Grey authority to create new peers?
d) William IV

9. When did Charles Grey die?
c) 17 July 1845

10. Where did Charles Grey die?
b) Howick

First page of Reform Act 1832

First page of Reform Act 1832 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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