John Romilly, 1st Baron Romilly PC (20 January 1802 – 23 December 1874), known as Sir John Romilly between 1848 and 1866, was an English Whig politician and judge. He served in Lord John Russell's first administration as Solicitor-General from 1848 to 1850 and as Attorney-General from 1850 and 1851. The latter year he was appointed Master of the Rolls, a post he held until 1873. Knighted in 1848, he was ennobled as Baron Romilly in 1866.

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  • John Romilly, 1. Baron Romilly PC Kt QC (* 10. Januar 1802; † 23. Dezember 1874) war ein britischer Politiker der Liberal Party und Jurist, der mehrere Jahre lang Abgeordneter im House of Commons, Solicitor General und Attorney General war und von 1851 bis 1873 als Master of the Rolls das zweithöchste Richteramt im englischen Rechtssystem bekleidete. 1866 wurde er als Baron Romilly in den erblichen Adelsstand erhoben und gehörte damit bis zu seinem Tod Mitglied des House of Lords an. (de)
  • John Romilly, 1st Baron Romilly PC (20 January 1802 – 23 December 1874), known as Sir John Romilly between 1848 and 1866, was an English Whig politician and judge. He served in Lord John Russell's first administration as Solicitor-General from 1848 to 1850 and as Attorney-General from 1850 and 1851. The latter year he was appointed Master of the Rolls, a post he held until 1873. Knighted in 1848, he was ennobled as Baron Romilly in 1866. (en)
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  • John Romilly, 1. Baron Romilly PC Kt QC (* 10. Januar 1802; † 23. Dezember 1874) war ein britischer Politiker der Liberal Party und Jurist, der mehrere Jahre lang Abgeordneter im House of Commons, Solicitor General und Attorney General war und von 1851 bis 1873 als Master of the Rolls das zweithöchste Richteramt im englischen Rechtssystem bekleidete. 1866 wurde er als Baron Romilly in den erblichen Adelsstand erhoben und gehörte damit bis zu seinem Tod Mitglied des House of Lords an. (de)
  • John Romilly, 1st Baron Romilly PC (20 January 1802 – 23 December 1874), known as Sir John Romilly between 1848 and 1866, was an English Whig politician and judge. He served in Lord John Russell's first administration as Solicitor-General from 1848 to 1850 and as Attorney-General from 1850 and 1851. The latter year he was appointed Master of the Rolls, a post he held until 1873. Knighted in 1848, he was ennobled as Baron Romilly in 1866. (en)
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