This is a list of the principal holders of government office during the premiership of the Earl of Shelburne between July 1782 and April 1783.
|Date formed||4 July 1782|
|Date dissolved||26 March 1783|
|People and organisations|
|Prime Minister||Lord Shelburne|
|Total no. of ministers||16 appointments|
|Status in legislature||Majority (coalition)|
|Legislature term(s)||15th GB Parliament|
|Predecessor||Second Rockingham ministry|
Upon the fall of the North ministry in March 1782, Whig Lord Rockingham became Prime Minister for a second time. He died in office four months later, and Home Secretary Lord Shelburne was invited to form a government. However, Charles James Fox and several other former Rockinghamites (including Cavendish and Burke) refused to serve under Shelburne and went into opposition. The Foxites allied with the supporters of Lord North to bring down the government, and the Fox–North coalition came to power in April 1783. This government did not long survive the hostility of King George III, and many of Shelburne's ministers returned to office under the leadership of William Pitt the Younger in December 1783, though Shelburne himself was consoled with the title Marquess of Lansdowne.
|Portfolio||Minister||Took office||Left office||Party|
|First Lord of the Treasury||The Earl of Shelburne*||4 July 1782||26 March 1783||Whig|
|Lord Chancellor||The Lord Thurlow||3 June 1778||7 April 1783||Independent|
|Lord President of the Council||The Lord Camden||27 March 1782||2 April 1783||Whig|
|Lord Privy Seal||The Duke of Grafton||1782||1783||Whig|
|Chancellor of the Exchequer||William Pitt the Younger||10 July 1782||31 March 1783||Tory|
|Secretary of State for the Home Department||Thomas Townshend||10 July 1782||2 April 1783||Whig|
|The Lord Grantham||9 December 1780||2 April 1783||Whig|
|First Lord of the Admiralty||The Viscount Keppel||1782||1783||Whig|
|The Viscount Howe||1783||1788||Independent|
|Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster||The Lord Ashburton||17 April 1782||29 August 1783||Independent|
|Master-General of the Ordnance||The Duke of Richmond||1782||1783||Whig|
- January 1783 – Lord Howe succeeds Lord Keppel at the Admiralty.
Ministers not in CabinetEdit
- Cook, Chris; Stevenson, John (1980). British Historical Facts: 1760–1830. Palgrave Macmillan UK. ISBN 978-0-333-21512-8.
- Sheridan, Richard Brinsley (1806). Memoir of the Life of The Right Honourable Charles James Fox. London: H. D. Symonds.
Second Rockingham ministry
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