See also:Indian statesman, was appointed to the Bengal
See also:Civil Service in 1778, and in 1788 carried into execution the permanent settlement of Bengal . When the
See also:marquess of Cornwallis died in 1805,
See also:George Barlow was nominated provisional
See also:governor-general, and his passion for
See also:economy and
See also:retrenchment in that capacity has caused him to be known as the only governor-general who diminished the
See also:area of
See also:British territory; but his nomination was rejected by the home
See also:government, and
See also:Lord Minto was appointed . Subsequently Barlow was created governor of
See also:Madras, where his want of tact caused a
See also:mutiny of
See also:officers in 1809, similar to that which had previously occurred under
See also:Clive . In 1812 he was recalled, and lived in retirement until his
See also:death in
See also:February 1847 . He was created a
See also:baronet in 1803 .
PETER BARLOW (1776-1862)
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