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Question 1: Addington studied at Winchester and ________, and then studied law at Lincoln's Inn.
Oriel College, OxfordJesus College, OxfordLincoln College, OxfordBrasenose College, Oxford

Question 2: Archival material relating to Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth listed at the UK ________
Lord ChancellorMinistry of Justice (United Kingdom)The National ArchivesJudicial Appointments Commission

Question 3: Haviland John Hiley, headmaster of ________.
The Willink SchoolReading SchoolSt Crispin's SchoolCrosfields School

Question 4: As Home Secretary, Sidmouth countered revolutionary opposition, being responsible for the temporary suspension of ________ in 1817 and the passage of the Six Acts in 1819.
Hamdan v. RumsfeldUnited StatesGuantanamo Bay detention campHabeas corpus

Question 5: Addington also strengthened Great Britain's defences against a French invasion through the building of ________ on the south coast and the raising of more than 600,000 men at arms.
Martello towerUnited StatesBritish EmpireAustralia

Question 6: Lord Chatham________ and Master-General of the Ordnance
Leader of the House of LordsLord Privy SealLeader of the House of CommonsLord President of the Council

Question 7: Addington maintained a home at Bulmershe Court, in what is now the Reading suburb of Woodley, but moved to the White Lodge in ________ when he became Prime Minister.
Bushy ParkRichmond ParkRichmond GreenWWT London Wetland Centre

Question 8: His tenure also saw the ________ of 1819.
OldhamPeterloo MassacreManchesterRoyton

Question 9: He served in Pitt's final Cabinet as ________ to 1806, and in the Ministry of All the Talents as Lord Privy Seal and again Lord President to 1807.
Leader of the House of LordsLeader of the House of CommonsLord President of the CouncilLeader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)

Question 10: Lord Hawkesbury________
Home SecretaryLeader of the House of CommonsChancellor of the ExchequerSecretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs







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