Robert Baldwin

(1804—1858) lawyer and politician in Canada

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Baldwin, Robert (1804-1858), lawyer and politician in Canada

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BALDWIN, Peter (Robert) (1922 - 2010), Permanent Secretary, Department of Transport, 1976–82

LAIDLAW, Robert (1897 - 1964), Chairman, Clydesdale Bank Ltd; Director: Midland Bank Ltd; J and P Coats, Patons and Baldwin Ltd

Roger Nash Baldwin and the American Civil Liberties Union. By Robert C. Cottrell. (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000. xiv, 504 pp. $34.50, ISBN 0-231-11972-0.)

Robert F. Dalzell, Jr. and Lee Baldwin Dalzell. George Washington's Mount Vernon: At Home in Revolutionary America. New York: Oxford University Press. 1998. Pp. xxi, 300. $35.00

ROSS, Robert Baldwin (1869 - 1918), Additional Trustee of the National Gallery; Executor and Administrator for the literary and dramatic Estate of the late Oscar Wilde; Adviser for the purchase of works of art to the Felton Bequest Committee, Melbourne, Australia


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Canadian statesman. Born in York (renamed Toronto in 1834), he was elected to the Assembly of Upper Canada in 1829 and became one of the leaders of the campaign for reformed government that would give more say to elected representatives. After the Act of Union (1840) he was elected for Canada West and in 1842–43 led a reformist ministry with Sir Louis‐Hippolyte La Fontaine.

Subjects: History of the Americas — World History.

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