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  • Yihuan 奕譞, 1st Prince Chun (1840 - 1891)
    I-huan 奕譞 (H. 樸庵), Oct. 16, 1840-1891, Jan. 1, the first Prince Ch'un (醇親王) was the seventh son of Emperor Hsüan-tsung (Min-ning, q.v.). He was the father of Emperor Tê-tsung (Tsai-t'ien, q.v.) and gra...
  • Yixin 奕訢, 1st Prince Gong (1833 - 1898)
    I-hsin 奕訢 (H. 鑑園主人, 樂道主人), Jan. 11, 1833-1898, May 29, the first Prince Kung (恭親王), was the sixth son of Emperor Hsüan-tsung (see under Min-ning). His mother, Empress Hsiao-ching 孝靜成皇后 , (née Borjigit,...
  • 榮祿 (仲華) (1836 - 1903)
    Jung-lu 榮祿 (T. 仲華), April 6, 1836-1903, April 11, official, was a member of the Manchu Plain White Banner. His clan name was Guwalgiya 瓜爾佳 and he was a descendant of Fiongdon [q.v.]. His grandfather, T...

The Grand Council or Junjichu (Chinese: 軍機處; pinyin: Jūnjīchù; Manchu: coohai nashūn i ba; literally, "Office of Military Secrets") was an important policy-making body during the Qing dynasty. It was established in 1733 by the Yongzheng Emperor. The Council was originally in charge of military affairs, but gradually attained a more important role and eventually attained the role of a privy council, eclipsing the Grand Secretariat in function and importance, which is why it has become known as the "Grand Council" in English.

For the full list of Grand Councilors, see 軍機大臣列表 on wikipedia