Macedonia troubles correspondence 1882-1913
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English author and statesman. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Wallington, Cambo, Northumberland, to T.J. Cobden Sanderson, 1889 Jan. 23. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270573152 English author and statesman; nephew of Macaulay. From the description of Autograph letter signed : House of Commons, to Moncure Conway, 1880 Jul. 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270573156 British politician and author. From the description of [Let...
1871-1874 Indian Civil Service; 1871-1873 assistant magistrate, Sylhet; 1875 English lectureship, Metropolitan College, Calcutta; 1876 founder, the Indian Association; 1882 founder, Ripon College; 1879- editor, The Bengalee; 1885 municipal chairman, Bengal; 1893-1901 member of the Bengal Legislative Council; 1895 and 1902 president, the Indian National Congress; 1990 member of the National Congress' mission to Britain; 1897 gave evidence to the Welby commission in Britain; 1905 camp...
Civil War photohistorian. From the description of The William Gladstone collection, 1862-1890. (US Army, Mil Hist Institute). WorldCat record id: 24153145 English statesman. From the description of Autograph card signed : to C.E. Pascoe, 1876 Nov. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269561267 From the description of Autograph note in third person : to Prof. Knight, 1895 Sept. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269590785 From the description of Aut...
James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce, was a British writer, historian and statesman. Born in Belfast, he was educated at Glasgow University and later Oxford, he practiced law briefly, but returned to Oxford as a professor of civil law. He served in Parliament for many years, and held several government positions, including Ambassador to the United States. A renowned historian, he was also a productive writer of travel books, law tracts, and political theory. Universally admired and liked, an obituary...
Arthur G. Symonds was the Secretary of the National Reform Union in London, England during the time these letters were received. After the revival of Greek, Serbian, and Bulgarian statehood in the 19th century, the Ottoman lands in Europe that became identified as Macedonia, were contested by all three governments, leading to the creation in the 1890s and 1900s of rival armed groups who divided their efforts between fighting the Turks and one another. In 1912, the allied Balkan stat...