Carmarthen Ministry

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align="left"|OFFICE||align="left"|NAME||align="left"|TERM
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align="left"|Lord President of the Council||align="left"|Thomas Osborne, 1st Marquess of Carmarthen||align="left"|1689–1699
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align="left" |First Lord of the Treasury||align="left"|Sidney Godolphin, Lord Godolphin of Rialton||align="left"|1690–1697
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align="left"|Chancellor of the Exchequer||align="left"|Richard Hampden||align="left"|March 18, 1690 – May 10, 1694
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align="left" rowspan="2"|Lord Keeper||align="left"|In Commission until 1693|
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align="left"|John Somers, 1st Baron Somers||align="left"|March 23, 1693 – April, 1697
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align="left" rowspan="3"|Northern Secretary||align="left"|Henry Sydney, 1st Viscount Sydney of Sheppey||align="left"|December 26, 1694–March 3, 1695
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align="left"|Daniel Finch, 2nd Earl of Nottingham||align="left"|March 3, 1692–March 23, 1693
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align="left"|Sir John Trenchard||align="left"|March 23, 1693–March 2, 1694
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align="left" rowspan="2" |Southern Secretary||align="left"|Daniel Finch, 2nd Earl of Nottingham||align="left"|June 2, 1690–November, 1693
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align="left"|Sir John Trenchard||align="left"|November, 1693–April 27, 1695
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align="left"|Archbishop of Canterbury||align="left"|John Tillotson||align="left"|April 23, 1691–November 22, 1694
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align="left" rowspan="2"|Lord Privy Seal||In Commission until 1692|
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align="left"|Thomas Herbert, 8th Earl of Pembroke||align="left"|1692–1699
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align="left" |Lord Steward||align="left"|William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Devonshire||align="left"|1689–1707
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align="left" |Lord Chamberlain||align="left"|Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset||align="left"|1689–1695
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align="left"|Comptroller of the Household||align="left"|Thomas Wharton, 5th Baron of Wharton||align="left"|1689–1702
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align="left" rowspan="2"|Master-General of the Ordnance||align="left"|Vacant until 1693|
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align="left"|Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney||align="left"|1693–1702
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align="left" rowspan="3"|Lord High Admiral||align="left"|Thomas Herbert, 8th Earl of Pembroke||align="left"|1690–1692
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align="left"|Charles Cornwallis, 3rd Lord Cornwallis of Eye||align="left"|1692–1693
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align="left"|Anthony Carey, 5th Viscount Falkland||align="left"|1693–1694
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