2 edition of Sir George Grey at the mid Victorian Home Office. found in the catalog.
Sir George Grey at the mid Victorian Home Office.
David Frederick Smith
Written in English
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|Pagination||ii, 397 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||397|
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x 29 in. ( mm x mm) Given by Memorial Committee, Primary Collection. Sir George Grey, KCB (14 April – 19 September ) was a British soldier, explorer, colonial administrator and writer.
He served in a succession of governing positions: Governor of South Australia, twice Governor of New Zealand, Governor of Cape Colony, and the 11th Premier of New Zealand.
Grey was born in Lisbon, Portugal, just a few days after his father, Lieutenant-Colonel George Education: Royal Grammar School, Guildford. When Sir George Grey died in at the age of eighty-six, he was known as the Great Proconsul. In the year that followed Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, when so much emphasis had been placed on the British Empire, it was appropriate that he should have been laid to rest in St.
Paul’s Cathedral. Research Notes. Sir George Gray KCB (14 April – 19 September ) was a British soldier, explorer, Governor of South Australia, twice Governor of New Zealand, Governor of Cape Colony (South Africa), the 11th Premier of New Zealand and a writer.
By political philosophy a Gladstonian liberal and Georgist, Grey eschewed the class system for the prosaic life of Auckland's new governance he. Oriel College, Oxford. Sir George Grey, 2nd Baronet, PC (11 May – 9 September ) was a British Whig politician.
He held office under four Prime Ministers, Lord Melbourne, Lord John Russell, Lord Aberdeen, and Lord Palmerston, and notably served three times as Home ality: British. The Addresses to Sir George Grey is a large bound volume of over pages, held in the manuscripts collection at Auckland Libraries.
Conceived as a birthday tribute to Grey, the Addresses went from proposal to bound volume, with o signatures, in less than a month. A first public meeting was held on Monday, the 15th of March, Sir George Grey (), explorer, governor and politician, was born on 14 April at Lisbon, Portugal, the only son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Grey and his wife Elizabeth Anne, née Vignoles, a week after his father was killed at Badajoz.
In his mother married Rev. Sir John Thomas, baronet of Wivenhoe. Auckland Libraries Heritage Collections (including Sir George Grey Special Collections) is one of New Zealand's key research destinations.
It was originally established when Sir George Grey, the 19th-century Governor of New Zealand, gifted his significant collection to the city of Auckland in the s and has continued to grow since this time.
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Sir George Grey. Sir George Grey () was a controversial British explorer and colonial governor. A trouble shooter in South Australia, in New Zealand, and in the Cape Colony, he was a liberal opportunist who expected more egalitarian societies to evolve in new colonial environments.
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Young George and his sister Anne were raised by their mother Elizabeth Vignoles Grey, with the. Grey was born at the family home of Fallodon, Northumberland on 10 Octoberthe third son of Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey (–) and Elizabeth Grey (–), and younger brother of Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey and General Sir Henry George ance: United Kingdom ofGreat Britain and Ireland.
George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent. George Grey ( – 25 December ) was the son of Edmund Grey, 1st Earl of Kent and Lady Katherine Percy.
He was the Second Earl of Kent from to George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent and 5th Baron Grey de Ruthyn, was the second son of the 1st Earl, his elder brother having died in Children: Henry Grey, 4th Earl of Kent.
George Grey, Birthdate: estimated between and Death: Ap Badajoz, Spain (Died in the Peninsular War in Spain) Immediate Family: Son of Owen Wynne Grey, Capt. and Elizabeth O'Neill Husband of Elizabeth Anne Vignoles Father of Sir George Grey. Managed by: Ric Dickinson: Last Updated: December 1, Constance Emily Kent (6 February – 10 April ) was an English woman who confessed to a notorious child murder of her half-brother that took place when she was 16 years old.
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She was born in Sidmouth, Devon inthe Born: Constance Emily Kent, 5 February.Sir George Grey () was a controversial British explorer and colonial governor. A trouble shooter in South Australia, in New Zealand, and in the Cape Colony, he was a liberal opportunist who expected more egalitarian societies to evolve in new colonial environments.
George Grey was born on Apin Lisbon, educated at Sandhurst, and.