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Andrew Maximillius Phillip Norrington Mallace, 1st Earl Granville, KG, KB, PC, FRS, MP  is a prominent British statesman who is the current Lord High Chancellor of His Majesty's Courts and Keeper of the Great Seal of the realm Mallace has been an incredibly influential member of the East India Trading Company in its earliest form and has moved to become a leading figure in the British government since 1745. He laid the foundation for today's well-run Parliament and remains Speaker-emeritus of the House of Lords as Lord Chancellor. 

The Right Honourable
The Earl Granville
KG KB KT PC FRS MP
800px-Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke (1690-1764) by William Hoare of Bath


Lord High Chancellor
Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 January 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by The Duke of Newcastle
Constituency Southwark
Majority Tory

Keeper of the Great Seal of the Realm
Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 January 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by Position Established

Leader of the Torries
Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 January 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by Position Established

Second Lord of the Treasury
Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 January 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by Position Established

Governor of Gibraltar and the British Virgin Islands
Incumbent
Assumed office 
10 January 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by Position Established

Lord President of the Council
In office
18 October 1750 – 31 January 1751
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by The Duke of Grafton
Succeeded by Roger Atkinson

Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office
1743 – 1745
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Earl of Wilmington
Preceded by Position Established
Succeeded by The Duke of Newcastle

Lord Speaker of Parliament
In office
1745 – 1747
Monarch George II of Great Britain
Prime Minister The Duke of Newcastle
Preceded by Position Established
Succeeded by The Earl Grey

Chief Executive of the EITC
In office
1742 – 1744
Preceded by Benjamin Costello
Succeeded by Position Abolished

Born 28 July 1710
London
Political party Tory
Signature Mallsig
Military service
Allegiance Great Britain
Service/branch British Royal Navy