See also:MURRAY-KYNYNMOND, 2nd
See also:earl of Minto (1782-1859), eldest son of the 1st earl, was
See also:ambassador to Berlin from 1832 to 1834, first
See also:lord of the
See also:admiralty from 1835 to 1841 and lord privy seal from 1846 to 1852 . His influence in the Whig party was partly due to the fact that his daughter, Frances, was the wife of Lord
See also:Russell . His son
See also:William Hugh, the 3rd earl (1814—1891), was the
See also:father of the 4th earl, GILBERT JOHN ELLIOT-MURRAY-KYNYNMOND (1845— ), who joined the Scots
See also:Guards in 1867 . In 1874, in the capacity of a newspaper correspondent, he witnessed the operations of the Carlists in Spain; he took service with the ,
See also:Turkish army in the war with Russia in 1877 and served under Lord Roberts in the second Afghan War (1878—79), having narrowly escaped accompanying
See also:Louis Cavagnari
See also:Kabul . He acted as private secretary to Lord Roberts during his
See also:mission to the Cape in 1881; as military secretary to Lord Lansdowne during his
See also:governor-generalship of
See also:Canada from 1883 to 1885; and as chief of the
See also:staff to General
See also:Middleton in the
See also:Rebellion in Canada (1885) . Having succeeded to the earldom in 1891 he was appointed governor-general of Canada in 1898 . His
See also:term of
See also:office (1898—1904) was distinguished by a visit of the
See also:prince and princess of
See also:Wales to the colonies . In 1905, on the resignation of Lord Curzon, Lord Minto was appointed
See also:viceroy and governor-general of India, retiring in 1910 . The 4th earl's
See also:brother, the Hon . Arthur
See also:Douglas Elliot (b . 1846), editor of the
See also:Edinburgh.Review, was a member of parliament from 188o to 1892 and again from 1898 to 1906, and from 1903 to 1906 he was
See also:financial secretary to the
See also:treasury . Sir
See also:Francis Edmund Hugh Elliot (b .
See also:grandson of the 2nd earl, became
See also:minister at Athens in 1903 . See Hon . G . F . S . Elliot, The Border Elliots and the
See also:Family of Minto (Edinburgh, 1897); the article INDIA;
See also:History; also the
See also:Life and Letters of the first Earl of Minto, 1751—1806 (1874) and Lord Minto in India, 1807—1814 (188o), both edited by the countess of Minto; and Sir J . F .
See also:Stephen, The
See also:Story of
See also:Nuncomar and the
See also:Impeachment of Sir E .
See also:Impey (1885) .
JAMES WILLIAM GILBART (1794-1863)
GILBERT (KINGSMILL) ISLANDS
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