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  thePeerage.com - Exhibit
Arthur Hamilton Gordon was born in London, Eng­land, on 26 November 1829, the youngest son of George Hamilton Gordon, fourth earl of Aberdeen, and his second wife, Harriet Douglas, daughter of the Honourable John Douglas and widow of James, Vis­count Hamilton.
Gordon served as lieutenant governor of New Brunswick (1861-66), governor of Trinidad (1866-70), governor of Mauritius (1871-74), first governor of Fiji (1875-80), high commissioner and consul general for the western Pacific (1877-83), governor of New Zea­land (1880-82), and governor of Ceylon (1883-90).
Arthur Gordon arrived in New Zealand in Novem­ber 1880 with an established reputation as one of the abler governors of his generation.
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 ABERDEEN - LoveToKnow Article on ABERDEEN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
ABERDEEN, GEORGE GORDON, IST EARL OF (1637-1720), lord chancellor of Scotland, son of Sir John Gordon, ist baronet of Haddo, Aberdeenshire, executed by the Presbyterians in 1644, was born on the 3rd of October 1637.
Robert Gordon's College in Schoolhill was founded in 1729 by Robert Gordon of Straloch and further endowed in 1816 by Alexander Simpson of Collyhill.
Originally devoted (as Gordon's Hospital) to the instruction and maintenance of the sons of poor burgesses of guild and trade in the city, it was reorganized in 1881 as a day and night school for secondary and technical education, and has since been unusually successful.
20.1911encyclopedia.org /A/AB/ABERDEEN.htm   (4931 words)

  
 Stephanie Sienkiewicz Thesis: Chapter 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The first colonial governor of Fiji, Sir Arthur Hamilton Gordon, arrived in 1875, and was responsible solely to the Cabinet in London.
Gordon was responsible for initiating the Indian labor trade which will be discussed in the next section of this chapter.
In keeping with Gordon's philosophy, as well as the exigencies of colonial bureaucracy, the administration was to operate through what was thought to be the traditional chiefly system, with certain modifications to ensure compatibility with the functions of colonial government.
www.union.edu /PUBLIC/ANTDEPT/fiji99/sienkiewicz/ssind3.htm   (11955 words)

  
 Hamilton C shell Customer Comments
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 Maritime Union   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Arthur Hamilton Gordon was lieutenant governor of New Brunswick during the time of the Confederation debates.
Arthur was born in London, England and had a Master of Arts degree.
Arthur was trying a project called Maritime Union in which he attemtped the unification of New Brunswick, P.E.I and Nova Scotia.
www.edu.pe.ca /queencharlotte/fathers/MarUnion/cOutline.html   (141 words)

  
 Rae M. Gordon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Gordon has completed and assisted in the valuation and analysis of various property types including office, industrial, retail, hotel, multi-family, mixed use, land, and residential subdivisions.
Gordon has assisted in the appraisal of multi-family residential properties for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), partial takings of properties for eminent domain, and properties with historical and architectural significance/designation.
Gordon has participated in appraisals of a variety of property types involving ground leases.
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 Tartans.com :: View topic - Rutherglen Hamilton's   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The Hamilton name has continued in some branches of my family as a middle name, so that is a sign of significance.
Her parents were Arthur Hamilton born 23 June 1799 in Barachnie Lanarkshire and Isabel Young born about 1804 in Rutherglen Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Arthur's parents were Arthur born about 1771 at Barachnie and Mary Renny born about 1775 at Barachnie.
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 George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was one of the British representatives at the Congress of Chatillon in February 1814, and at the negotiations which led to the Treaty of Paris in the following May.
Returning home he was created a peer of the United Kingdom as Viscount Gordon, of Aberdeen in the County of Aberdeen (1814), and made a member of the Privy Council.
He served as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1828) and Foreign Secretary (1829-30) under Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Hamilton_Gordon_Aberdeen   (1077 words)

  
 Hamilton College - Writing@Hamilton - Writing Prizes
The Adam Gordon Poetry Prize for First-Year Students, established in memory of Adam Gordon, Class of 1980, is awarded for the best poem submitted by a member of the first-year class.
The Soper Essay and Research Prizes, established by Arthur W. Soper, Class of 1893, are awarded for the best essay on a topic in economics assigned by the faculty and for the best research paper in economics.The competition is open to all seniors who are taking a second- or third-year course in economics.
The oldest building on the Hamilton campus is the Kirkland Cottage, first constructed in 1792 as the home of missionary Samuel Kirkland, the founder of Hamilton College.
www.hamilton.edu /writing/writingprizes.html   (770 words)

  
 Dictionary of Canadian Biography
Tilley and his council met Gordon at Sussex on 24 Oct. 1861, a week before Tilley had to depart for England in pursuit of an intercolonial railway that would link Canada with the Maritimes.
Tilley was especially concerned that Gordon not do something precipitate in his desire to please his superiors.
Chapman’s excellent study, The career of Arthur Hamilton Gordon, first Lord Stanmore, 1829—1912 (Toronto, 1964), is in the same mould.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBioPrintable.asp?BioId=40589   (7927 words)

  
 UC San Diego /All Locations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In the 1876 letter written in Fiji, she describes her stay in Fiji, the comings and goings of various British officials, Sir Arthur Gordon's attempts to pacify the tribes of the interior of Fiji, and "unpopular" measures imposed by the British government on the residents of Fiji.
The 1878 letter was written primarily during the voyage recounted in her A LADY'S CRUISE IN A FRENCH MAN-Of-WAR (1882).
Beginning in 1875, she was governess for the family of the British governor of Fiji, Sir Arthur Hamilton Gordon
roger.ucsd.edu:2082 /record=b3409806   (169 words)

  
 Querys
I am looking for information on a W.H. Hamilton that may have been born in the late 1700s in either Ill or Mo and Married Jane N. The children are Mary E. Hamilton (1828-1090)(Married Charles Edwards), Robert Thomas Hamilton (1830-1912) (Married Suey Guthery)Born in Springfield, IL and died in Atkison, NE.
HAMILTON, Archibald born in Scotland, was an early New York pioneer "when there were only two log cabins on Broadway; New york City".
His daughter Margaret Hamilton was born 1816 in Scotland, and it is said she was about 15 years old when she came to this country, to " help in a sisters laundry ironing the ruffles of the soldiers shirts".
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
We find that in the person of Sir A. Gordon (1867-1870) that Colony at length chanced upon a ruler both competent and eager to advance her interests, not only materially, but in the nobler respects that give dignity to the existence of a community.
It would be wearisome to detail the methods by which every act of Sir Arthur Gordon's to benefit the whole population was cynically and systematically undone by this his native-hating successor.
Sir Arthur Elibank Havelock next had the privilege of enjoying the paradisaic sojourn at Queen's House, St. Ann's, as well as the four thousand pounds a year attached to the [71] right of occupying that princely residence.
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 Comfortable with Cocoa
In fact, the cocoa boom is what is referred to as the 'good old days', the longtime days of the collective memory of Trinidad as it has come down to us over the years.
Arthur Hamilton Gordon C.M.G., who was governor of Trinidad from 1866 to 1870, encouraged the opening up of crown lands for the cultivation of cocoa.
As much as two thirds of the land were utilised, and by the 1870s, cocoa exports exceeded that of sugar.
www.pantrinbago.com /Landofbeginings11.html   (842 words)

  
 Arthur (1981)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Plot Summary: Arthur is a happy drunk with no pretensions at any ambition.
Trivia: Dudley Moore was said to have based his performance partly on Peter Cook, whose excessive drinking had soured his and Moore's comedic partnership in the '70s.
from Brooklyn NY Arthur Bach is decidedly unhappy in his life as a multi-millionaire and is attracted to people 'below him' in social standing - he pays for a hooker in the opening scenes and then is enormously attracted to a shoplifter.
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 Dictionary of Canadian Biography
The John Hamilton Gray*—Robert Duncan Wilmot* government received a majority and repealed the law (1856).
Fishers claims superior to any other man in New BN except Mr [John Hamilton] Gray.” On 3 Oct. 1868 Fisher was appointed puisne judge of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick and on 14 October judge of the Court of Divorce and Matrimonial Causes.
Fisher’s reputation was set by the opinions of young, inexperienced, and frequently arrogant individuals of the British colonial system such as Manners-Sutton, Gordon, and the Duke of Newcastle.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBioPrintable.asp?BioId=39106   (3956 words)

  
 Governor-General of New Zealand - Speeches
Indeed, the growth in responsible government, and the relinquishment of the Governor’s powers were lamented by the tenth Governor, Sir Arthur Hamilton Gordon (1880-1882).
Gordon’s successor Jervois (1883-1889)[16] had little discretion, but was prepared to use that which he did have.
In 1967, Sir Arthur Porritt (1967-1972)[32] was appointed.
www.gg.govt.nz /media/speeches.asp?type=constitutional&ID=229   (7743 words)

  
 George Hamilton Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen (1784 -- 1860)
He was the eldest son and first of seven children born to George Gordon, Lord Haddo and his wife Charlotte Baird.
Later in 1805 he married Lady Catherine Hamilton; they had four children but she died of tuberculosis in 1812 and Aberdeen mourned her for the remainder of his life.
Aberdeen proved to be inept in handling the conduct of the war and in January 1855 John Arthur Roebuck, MP for Sheffield proposed a Committee of Inquiry to investigate the conduct of the war.
www.thecore.nus.edu /victorian/history/pms/aberdeen.html   (1781 words)

  
 Joyous Shout! Chico Hamilton: Encyclopedia
Arthur Blythe, Steve Turre, Barry Finnerty and Abdullah; tours with "Players" using different personnel '76-'80; records for Blue Note, Mercury, Nautilus and Elektra.
Hamilton subject of documentary film by director Julian Benedikt DANCING TO A DIFFERENT DRUMMER '94.Hamilton debuts new drums, bass and guitar "TRIO" group at Artpark Jazz Festival '94 and in '95 40th anniversary of debut recording as leader with same instrumentation takes new "TRIO!" w.
At the IAJE in NYC January 2004, Hamilton is awarded a NEA Jazz Master Fellowship, presented to him by Roy Haynes.
www.joyousshout.com /chencyclo.html   (887 words)

  
 thePeerage.com - Index to Parliament
Gore, Arthur Saunders, 3rd Earl of Arran of the Arran Islands (1783-1790), Tory 
Gore, Arthur Saunders, 3rd Earl of Arran of the Arran Islands (1800-1806), Tory 
Hamilton, Archibald Gavin, Baron Hamilton of Epsom, Conservative 
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 Maritime Union   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
2: Arthur Hamilton Gordon was lieutenant governor of New Brunswick during the time of the Confederation debates.
3: Arthur was born in London, England and had a Master of Arts degree.
4: Arthur was trying a project called Maritime Union in which he attemtped the unification of New Brunswick, P.E.I and Nova Scotia.
www.edu.pe.ca /queencharlotte/fathers/MarUnion/sld001.html   (147 words)

  
 Variety.com - Acad foundation returns board members
Kanin, a former Acad prexy, served three terms as head of the foundation from 1995 to 1998 and has been a foundation officer almost every year for the last decade.
Other re-elected officials included music branch governors Charles Bernstein and Arthur Hamilton, both VPs; film editors branch governor Donn Cambern, secretary; and public relations branch governor Sid Ganis, treasurer.
The officers of the foundation are elected annually by the org's trustees, who are chosen by the Acad's board of directors.
www.variety.com /index.asp?layout=print_story&articleid=VR1117909026&categoryid=1236   (256 words)

  
 FilmStew.com • Kanin Becomes Foundation President
Charles Bernstein, governor for the music branch, was elected a vice president of the Foundation, and Arthur Hamilton, who also reps the music branch as a governor, was re-elected a vice president as well.
Donn Cambern of the film editors branch will serve as the secretary, while public relations governor Sid Ganis was elected treasurer.
Other new Foundation trustees include Larry Gordon of the producers branch and Tom Sherak, who reps the executives branch.
www.filmstew.com /Content/Article.asp?ContentID=6561   (359 words)

  
 The Online Books Page: Search Results
Arthur: A Short Sketch of His Life and History in English Verse of the First Half of the Fifteenth Century, Copied and Edited From the Marquis of Bath's MS.
The Journal of Arthur Stirling ("The Valley of the Shadow"); Revised and Condensed
The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket
digital.library.upenn.edu /webbin/book/search?author=&amode=words&title=Arthur&tmode=words   (319 words)

  
 Hamilton College - Explorations - Summer Research 2003 - Chemistry (2)
Hamilton College - Explorations - Summer Research 2003 - Chemistry (2)
Although manganese reactions proved unsuccessful with ethyl2nitroacetate, a bromination reaction was successful, which served as a precursor for a radical reaction with allyltributyltin.
58% of Hamilton alumni contributed to the College's Annual Fund in 2003-2004, placing Hamilton among the top 10 colleges nationwide for alumni support.
www.hamilton.edu /news/exp/summer2003/chemistry2.html   (2567 words)

  
 The Founding of Naparima College
1860's Sir Arthur Hamilton Gordon (of Aberdeen and Oxford, Lord Stanmore), former Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, is appointed Governor of Trinidad.
1870's Gordon, Governor of Trinidad, enacts education ordinance facilitating the establishment of Canadian Mission elementary schools.
The "C.M." schools, large one-room wooden constructions, are established in a large number of rural communities in Trinidad, and flourish, eventually numbering over seventy.
www.naparima.org /ncfound.htm   (1261 words)

  
 Canada in the Making - Glossary
He and his wife, Lady Aberdeen, were known for their social justice crusades during their time in Canada and for his favouritism of British and Canadian Liberals.
The youngest son of George Hamilton Gordon, fourth Earl of Aberdeen (later prime minister), he served as his father's private secretary and also held a seat in Parliament for three years.
Father of Confederation, British Columbia Supreme Court judge in 1873, and premier of New Brunswick from 1856 to 1857.
www.canadiana.org /citm/reference/biographies_e.html   (11053 words)

  
 Descendants of Arthur Hamilton Watson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Fact/s: They were not married in Manhattan, New York City as was believed by Arthur Watson Cocroft.
Fact/s: Arthur's first wife Mildred was buried at Swan Point Cemetery in Providence.
The tombstone has her name on one side and his name on the other side.
robertc19.tripod.com /pages/ahw.html   (1955 words)

  
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