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life and times of Sir George Grey.

William Lee Rees

life and times of Sir George Grey.

by William Lee Rees

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Published by Hutchinson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grey, George, -- Sir, -- 1812-1898.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRees, Lily.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13811855M

    Australian dictionary of biography Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press; London; New York: Cambridge University Press, - vols. + index. Vol.1 - Sir George Grey. Bohan, Edmund, To be a hero: Sir George Grey, , Auckland, New Zealand: HarperCollins Calder, James Erskine. Bibliophile and bibliopole: six letters from James Calder to Sir George Grey. Buy The Life and Times of Sir George Grey, K.C.B. by William Lee Rees and Lily Rees, pub. H. Brett NZ , Oxfam, William Lee Rees and Lily Rees.

    George Grey's relations with his wife, Eliza Grey, had not been happy. She accused him of committing infidelities, even in their own house. While at sea, returning to South Africa, she formed a romantic attachment, not believed to have been consummated, to Rear Admiral Sir Henry Keppel. Grey learned of this and had her put ashore at Rio de Janeiro. The Life and Times of Sir George Grey, K.C.B. - Volume 1 Only. Rees, William Lee & Rees, Lily. $ Hutchinson & Co, London, Second edition. Brown cloth with gilt titles on darkened spine. Gutters are split, back one in particular which is exposing the spine. Text block is firm. Send us a book .

    George Grey, painted by Daniel Mundy, circa Sir George Grey was arguably the most important figure in New Zealand’s post history. Born in , he was trained in the military and served as a junior officer in Ireland, an experience which shaped his political views.   Sir George Grey (), explorer, governor and politician, was born on 14 April at Lisbon, Portugal, the only son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Grey and his wife Elizabeth Anne, née Vignoles, a week after his father was killed at Badajoz. In his mother married Rev. Sir John Thomas, baronet of Wivenhoe.


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Sir George Grey, KCB was a British soldier, explorer, colonial administrator and writer. He served in a succession of governing positions: Governor of South Australia, twice Governor of New Zealand, Governor of Cape Colony, and the 11th Premier of New Zealand.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: b. William Lee Rees. Sir George Grey, (born ApLisbon—died Sept. 19,London), British colonial administrator who was called upon to govern in periods of crisis, most notably in New Zealand, South Australia, and the Cape Colony (South Africa).

After military service (–37) and two explorations in Western Australia (–39).Grey was born in Lisbon, Portugal, just a few days after his father, Lieutenant-Colonel George Grey was killed at the Battle of Badajoz in Spain.

He was educated in England. After military service (–37) and two explorations in Western Australia (–39), Grey became Governor of South Australia in Education: Royal Grammar School, Guildford.The life and times of Sir George Grey are more particularly identified with those vast colonial possessions which loom below the Southern horizon, and are spread out in their boundless plenitude beneath the Southern skies.

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