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Alexander baring

Alexander, 1st Baron Ashburton, 1774–1848, British statesman.
Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer, 1841–1917, British statesman and diplomat.
Historical Examples

alexander baring gave him more than admiration, his friendship.
Albert Gallatin John Austin Stevens

A few weeks more brought the news that alexander baring was dead.
The Life of Albert Gallatin Henry Adams

The reply of Mr. alexander baring must at once have opened Mr. Gallatin’s eyes to the futility of the errand of the commissioners.
Albert Gallatin John Austin Stevens

Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer. 1841–1917, English administrator. As consul general in Egypt with plenipotentiary powers, he controlled the Egyptian government from 1883 to 1907


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