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Vice President of the Board of Trade

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Vice-President of the Board of Trade

The office of Vice-President of the Board of Trade was a junior ministerial position in the government of the United Kingdom. The office was created in 1786 and abolished in 1867. From 1848 onwards the office was held concurrently with that of Paymaster-General. The office was succeeded by that of Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade.

Notable holders of the office include Lord Grenville, William Ewart Gladstone, Lord Goderich and the Earl Granville.

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Vice-President of the Board of Trade Wikipedia


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