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Sir Bartle Frere
FRERE, SIR HENRY BARTLE EDWARD (–), British administrator, born at Clydach in Brecknockshire, on the 29th of March , was the son of Edward Frere, a member of an old east county family, and a nephew of John Hookham Frere, of Anti-Jacobin and Aristophanes fame. Book description First published in , this volume contains a collection of twenty-four traditional stories from the southern Indian state of Maharashtra. Mary Eliza Isabella Frere (–) travelled to India in to stay with her father, Sir Bartle Frere, the Governor of Bombay.
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Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, 1st Baronet GCB GCSI PC (29 March – 29 May ) was a British colonial administrator. He had a successful career in India, rising to become Governor of Bombay (–). However, as High Commissioner for Southern AfricaHigh Commissioner for Southern Africa. The town was named after Sir Bartle Frere, who played a crucial role in ending the slave trade. Near the town was a large well (kisima in Kiswahili), from which the .
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Sir Bartle Frere, 1st Baronet, in full Sir Henry Bartle Edwards, 1st Baronet Frere, (born MaBrecknockshire, Wales—diedWimbledon, Surrey, Eng.), British colonial administrator in India and finally in South Africa, where his administration as high.
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Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere (84) was recognised as one of the ablest colonial administrators of his generation. His service in British India, where he rose to serve on the Supreme Council, was distinguished by his promotion of municipal institutions and his inclusion of the Indian.
Sir Bartle Frere would, perhaps, deny this, for one of the most curious things in his pamphlet is his incapacity to appreciate the moral significance of his words and acts. The ostensible cause of.
Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, 1st Baronet GCB GCSI (29 March – 29 May ) was a British colonial administrator. He had a successful career in India rising to become Governor of Bombay.
Frere, Bartle,ed.: The Works of John Hookham Frere, in Verse and Prose: Now First Collected With a Prefatory Memoir by His Nephews W. and Sir Bartle Frere (2 volumes; London: B. Pickering, ), by John Hookham Frere, also ed. by W. Frere, contrib. by Theognis and Aristophanes. Volume I: multiple formats at Author of Afghanistan and South Africa, Indian missions, Speech of his excellency the Right Honorable Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., etc., etc., etc., Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, and H.M.
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[John Martineau] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> .Collected from oral tradition by M. Frere and with an introduction and notes by Sir Bartle Frere. Philadelphia: J.B.
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