Taunton, Henry Labouchere, Baron, 1798-1869

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Taunton, Henry Labouchere, Baron, 1798-1869

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1798-1869

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Henry Labouchere was the Secretary of State for the Colonies from 1855-1858 at the time that Sir James Douglas was Governor of B.C. Ker Baillie Hamilton, soldier and colonial administrator was Governor of Newfoundland (1852-1855), and then Governor of Antigua and the Leeward Islands (1855-1867). C. J. Bayley was Governor of the Bahamas (1857-1864) when he wrote the letters.

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