Lord Dufferin

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Letters From High Latitudes
... Letters From High Latitudes is a travel book written by Lord Dufferin in 1856, recounting the young lord's journey to Iceland, Jan Mayen and Spitzbergen in the schooner Foam ... When Dufferin was only 15 his father died ... In the course of the voyage Dufferin created a diary in the form of letters nominally written to his mother ...
Basil Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 4th Marquess Of Dufferin And Ava - Political Career and The War
... After university Lord Dufferin pursued a career in politics ... He made his maiden speech in the House of Lords in December 1931, aged just 22, during a debate on India ... the Board of Education from 1932 to 1935, Secretary of State for War in 1935, and Lord Privy Seal from 1935 to 1937 ...
William Henry Lynn
... Shane's Castle was designed with Charles Lanyon for 1st Lord O'Neill (burned 1922), and in 1870 Castle Leslie was designed for Sir John Leslie, 1st Baronet ... the remodelling and expansion of Clandeboye House for the young Lord Dufferin and Claneboye, though correspondence continued over three decades, concerning the plans but also ... A letter from Lynn to Lord Dufferin in March 1869 referring to alterations then under way at Calandeboye, some interior alterations of the time were designed by Lynn ...

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