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Sir George Grey, K.C.B., 1812-1898
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Grey, George, Sir Polynesian mythology & ancient traditional history of the New Zealanders: as furnished by their priests and chiefs London G Routledge & Sons ; New York: E P Dutton, [ GREY, Sir GEORGE (–), governor of South Australia, of New Zealand (twice), and of Cape Colony, and prime minister of New Zealand, was only son of Lieutenant-colonel Grey of the 30th foot regiment, and was born on 12 April at Lisbon. Eight days previously his father, who commanded a division of the storming party at the fall of.
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[James Rutherford; American Council of Learned Societies.]. Sir George Grey, K.C.B., ; a study in colonial government Item PreviewPages: George Grey was born on Apin Lisbon.
He was the only son of Bvt. Lieutenant-Colonel George Grey, of the 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot, who was killed at the Battle of Badajoz in Spain just a few days before.
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.
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"Grey, Sir George," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) George Henderson (), Sir George Grey: pioneer of empire in southern lands. James Milne (), The romance of a pro-consul, being the personal life and memoirs of the Right Hon.
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Rt. Hon. Sir George Grey was born posthumously on 14 April at Lisbon, Portugal G. 1 He was the son of Lt.-Col. George Grey and Elizabeth Anne Vignoles. 1 He married Eliza Lucy 1812-1898 book, daughter of Admiral Sir Richard Spencer, on 2 November 1 He died on 19 September at age 86 at London, England G.
3 He was buried at St. Paul's Cathedral, The City. Sir George Grey K.C.B. A Study in Colonial Government. by GREY G. By J. Rutherford. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Australian dictionary of biography Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press; London; New York: Cambridge University Press, - vols.
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(Johannesburg, ). The large historiography on Grey for the most part fails to fully capture the complexity of the man. The standard biography is J. Rutherford, Sir George Grey K.C.B.
A Study in Colonial Government (London, ) which is authoritative on his work. Grey, George, Sir,Burr, Thomas: Format: Magazine: Catalogue record: The State Library of South Australia is keen to find out more about SA Memory items.
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Author: Milne, James, Title: The Romance of a Pro-Consul Being the Personal Life and Memoirs of the Right Hon. Sir George Grey, K.C.B. Language: English: LoC Class: DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe Author: James Milne. Sir George Grey () was born in Lisbon.
He entered the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, in and enlisted as an ensign in the 83rd Regiment in Ireland in In he offered to lead an expedition to find a site for a settlement in north-west Australia. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Author: Grey, George, Sir, ; Format: Book; xx, p. ; 25 cm. The eighteenth-century commonwealthman: studies in the transmission, development and circumstance of English liberal thought from the restoration of Charles II until the war with the thirteen colonies.
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George Grey, Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-west and West- ern Australia During the Years38, and 39 (2 vols., London, ), II, Grey Rutherford, James Sir George Grey, K. B., a study in colonial government London: Cassell, Burr, Thomas 'Account of Governor Grey's exploratory journey along the south-eastern seaboard of South Australia', Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, vol.
15,pp. Herron, ‘Sir George Grey and the Summoning of the First New Zealand General Assembly’, Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand Vol. 8, no. 32, Maypp.
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Rutherford, Sir George Grey, K.C.B., –, London,p. In a private bill, the Picton Railway Bill, did not receive the royal assent when.
Sir George Grey, K.C.B., (): A Study in Colonial Government. By J. RUTHERFORD. (London: Cassell, I 84s.) SIR GEORGE GREY, as one of the most distinguished and most contro-versial figures in the history of British colonial administration, attracted at least three biographies in the dozen years that followed his death.
The source quoted in Note 70 (with one minor difference in transcription) is J. Rutherford, Sir George Grey K.C.B., A Study in Colonial Government (London, ), Rutherford quoted a newspaper report: a speech to the local legislature may be implied.
Sir Thomas Elyot, Tudor Humanist by Stanford E. Lehmberg Sir Thomas Elyot, Tudor Humanist by Stanford E. Lehmberg (pp. ) Review by: Denys Hay. A separately issued and full length mezzotint portrait of George Grey (), outstanding explorer, governor and politician.
This is a handsome image of a youthful Sir George Grey done two years after being. Price (AUD): $2, During Sir George Grey’s premiership a grant of £ was made for erecting a new building, which was supplemented by £ from Grammar School funds.
With these combined sums the Symonds Street building was erected inand was opened by Sir George Grey on 5th February, GREY, Sir George (–98).
Colonial Governor and politician. A new biography of Grey, George appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site. Sir George Grey was the son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Grey, who was related to the Greys of Groby and the Earls of Stamford, and of Elizabeth, née Vignoles of County Westmeath, Ireland.
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Inscribed on endpaper ‘C.A. Wray Esq, West Coast Lands Commissioner with Sir William Foxes Compts’. Book plate of J. Holdsworth; Epsom Trust plate. $ - $ NEW ZEALAND, [2 X Grey died a few days later on 19 September. Their only child, a son, died at the age of five months in On the suggestion of the colonial office, Grey was buried in St Paul's Cathedral where he lies beside Sir Bartle Frere, not far from the graves of Nelson and Wellington.
He had been created K.C.B. This article examines how the prominent mapmaker, engraver and publisher John Arrowsmith (–) functioned as a geographical authority in the mid.Mary Louisa PITT b abt Heckfield, Hampshire d Aug George Pitt, M.P., M.A., 1st Lord Rivers b Stratfield Saye, (Or at Geneva, Switzerland) d 7 May Stratfield Saye, grad 13 Mar Magdalen College, Oxford, His obit ref to him as "John Lord Rivers" ref Times 10 May Written that Rivers was a handsome man, and was a favorite of beauty and writer Lady Mary.James Rutherford, Sir George Grey K.C.B., A study in colonial government (London: Cassell, ), p As part of the winding-up process, Grey dispersed some volumes of his own at an Sir George Grey and his adopted niece, Annie Thorne George, in the drawing room of Mansion House, Kawau Island, ca ap neg.