Duke of Wellington
The title of duke of Wellington is oldest of the Pairie of Great Britain. It was created in 1814 for Arthur Wellesley, the future winner of the Bataille of Waterloo. The current carrier of the title, also named Arthur Wellesley, carries the titles of marquis de Wellington (created in 1812), marquis Douro (1814), count de Mornington (1760, count de Wellington (1812), Viscount Wellesley (1760), Viscount Wellington (1809), baron Mornington as well as the title Dutch of prince de Waterloo (1815), the Spanish title of duke of Ciudad Rodrigo (1812) and the Portuguese titles of duke of Vittoria , marquis de Torres Vedras (1812) and count de Vimeiro (1811).
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