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Authorised form of nameRice; Thomas Spring (1790 - 1866); 1st Baron Monteagle
Other forms of nameSpring Rice, Thomas, 1st Baron Monteagle
SurnameRice
ForenamesThomas Spring
Dates1790 - 1866
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
St Michael's parish, Limerick (08 February 1790)
Death:
Mount Trenchard (07 February 1866)
Burial:
Shanagolden, county Limerick
ActivityProfession:
Barrister
Education:
MA (1833, Cambridge, created)
Career:
MP for Limerick (1820-1832; MP for Cambridge (1832-1839); Under Secretary for the Home Office (1827-1830); Secretary to the Treasury (1830-1836); Privy Councillor (1834); Colonial Secretary (1834); Chancellor of the Exchequer (1835-1839); Comptroller General of the Exchequer (1839);
Honours:
Baron 1839
Memberships:
FSA
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
29/04/1841
RelationshipsSon of Stephen Edward Rice of Mount Trenchard, and his wife Catherine, daughter of Thomas Spring of Castleman, Kerry; married Lady Theodosia Percy, daughter of Edmond, 1st Earl of Limerick
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/62327580
Royal Society codeNA6587
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/3Volume 3 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1839-1843
MC/2Volume 2 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1832-1838
IM/Maull/004355Spring Rice, Thomas, 1st Baron Monteaglend
MM/21/52Letter from John William Lubbock to Thomas Spring-Rice29 May 1845
MM/21/65Letter from Henry Enfield Roscoe to Thomas Spring-Rice, Lord Monteagle4 November 1898
NLB/18/151Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to S E Spring-Rice24 January 1899
MC/2/98Letter from [Thomas] Spring Rice, Treasury Chambers, to the Secretary of the Royal Society31 October 1833
IM/004354Spring Rice, Thomas, 1st Baron Monteaglend
MC/2/120Letter from Dr. Peter Mark Roget [?], [Secretary of the Royal Society], to John Clayton Freeling15 May 1834
MC/2/253Letter from the Royal Society [?] to [Thomas Spring Rice], Chancellor of the Exchequer25 May 1837
MC/2/259Letter from Thomas Spring Rice, Downing Street, to Dr. [Peter Mark] Roget, [Secretary of the Royal Society4 August 1837
MC/2/260Letter from Dr. [Peter Mark] Roget, [Secretary of the Royal Society] to Thomas Spring Rice9 August 1837
MC/3/19Letter from [Thomas] Spring Rice, Downing Street, to the Marquis of Northampton [President of the Royal Society]19 April 1839
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