2000 NHL Entry Draft - Selections by round - Round five

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Data row number Pick Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

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Pick integer
Player text
Nationality text
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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Elections in the 1800 10s General election July 1802: Buckinghamshire (2 seats) Earl Temple N/A N/A William Bentinck N/A N/A Note (1802): Identifying a definitive party label for Temple and Titchfield is difficult. Stooks Smith considered Temple a Tory and Titchfield a Whig, but he may not be reliable for Bucks candidates allegiances before about 1818. Both knights of the shire were members of traditional Whig families and were closely related to one or more Whig Prime Ministers. Temple was a member of the Grenville family, which had supported their cousin William Pitt the Younger during his first premiership 1783 1801. Former Bucks MP (and uncle of Earl Temple) William Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville had become closer to Charles James Fox and his faction of opposition Whigs since leaving office with Pitt in 1801. This may have affected the political position of his relatives like Earl Temple. Titchfield was the son of William Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland who had been the Whig Prime Minister of the Fox North Coalition, in office before Pitt. However Portland had split his Whig faction and broken with the pre eminent opposition Whig leader in the House of Commons, Charles James Fox, over the attitude to be taken to the French Revolution. Portland joined Pitt's cabinet in 1794. Pitt called himself a Whig, although his followers came from both traditional Whig and Tory families. Titchfield, when he was first elected for the county in 1791, had been brought forward as a candidate by the Buckinghamshire Independent Club. This club had supported the late Earl Verney, and were definitely a Whig organisation. At that time Titchfield's father was the leader of the largest Whig faction in opposition to Pitt's Ministry. However Davis does imply that Titchfield himself was a Tory, which is how he has been classified in this article. In the absence of a clear indication of whether Temple considered himself a Whig or Tory at this stage of his career, he has been classified as a Non Partisan member for this article. General election 1806: Buckinghamshire (2 seats) Earl Temple N/A N/A William Bentinck N/A N/A Note (1806): As for 1802 save that following Pitt's death William Wyndham Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville, who had not joined Pitt's second Ministry in 1804, become Prime Minister of the Ministry of All the Talents in 1806. This may have led the Grenvilles, in retrospect, to continue to be regarded as Whig when Pitt and other groups of his supporters came to be called Tory after Pitt's death. General election 11 May 1807: Buckinghamshire (2 seats) Earl Temple N/A N/A William Bentinck N/A N/A Note (1807): As before save that in 1807 the Duke of Portland had formed a Tory administration (although he claimed to be the Whig Prime Minister of a Tory Ministry). In retrospect Portland has been regarded as a Tory at the time of his second Ministry. Succession of Titchfield as 4th Duke of Portland By election 3 January 1810: Buckinghamshire William Selby Lowndes N/A N/A gain N/A Note (1810): Possible party for Selby Lowndes is Whig (source: Stooks Smith), but given his conservative religious views and support for Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth's anti dissenter policy it may be best to regard him as a member of a traditional Whig family who was moving towards being a nineteenth century Tory. He has been classified as Non Partisan for the purpose of this article. General election 1812: Buckinghamshire (2 seats) William Selby Lowndes N/A N/A Earl Temple N/A N/A Succession of Temple as 2nd Marquess of Buckingham By election 6 March 1813: Buckinghamshire Thomas Grenville N/A N/A hold N/A Note (1813): Grenville was the uncle of the 2nd Marquess of Buckingham (formerly Earl Temple MP). The same factors noted for Temple lead to Thomas Grenville being classified as Non Partisan for the purpose of this article. Stooks Smith however classifies him as Tory and he was of the same generation as his brother William Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville classified by Stooks Smith as a Tory and in this article as a Whig.

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