The Right Honourable Robert Hobart, 4th Earl of Buckinghamshire, P.C.
- Born: 6 May 1760
- Died: 4 February 1816
- 1760-1784: Robert Hobart, Esq.
- 1784-1789: Robert Hobart, Esq., M.P.
- 1789-1793: The Rt. Hon. Robert Hobart, M.P.
- 1793-1797: The Rt. Hon. Robert Hobart, commonly called Lord Hobart, M.P.
- 1797-1798: The Rt. Hon. Robert Hobart, commonly called Lord Hobart
- 1798-1804: The Lord Hobart, P.C.
- 1804-1816: The Earl of Buckinghamshire, P.C.
- Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1789-1793
- Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, 1801-1804
- Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1805, 1812
- Postmaster-General, 1806-1807
- President of the Board of Control, 1812-1816
- Governor of Madras, 1793-1798
- Clerk of the Pleas of the Exchequer, 1798-1816
- 1798 - summoned to parliament by a writ of acceleration as Baron Hobart (Peerage of Great Britain)
- 1804 - inherited his father's title of Earl of Buckinghamshire (Peerage of Great Britain)
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- Captain, 1778
- Major, 1783
as Secretary of State for War
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