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John Foster

(1740—1828) politician


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(1740–1826).

Politician. Foster, a lawyer, was returned to the Irish House of Commons when he was 21 and in 1784 became Irish chancellor of the Exchequer. The following year he ...

Subjects: British History — European History.


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