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George Francis Robert Harris, 3rd Baron Harris (1810-1872), Governor of Madras and of Trinidad

Sitter in 4 portraits
Indian administrator; succeeded to title, 1845, and became Governor of Trinidad, 1846, and of Madras, 1854. As Governor of Madras, Harris effected administrative reforms and sent reinforcements to support his lifelong friend, Earl Canning, during the Indian Mutiny.

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P117

George Francis Robert Harris, 3rd Baron Harris

by Richard Beard
ninth plate daguerreotype, 1840s
NPG P117

Ax46396

George Francis Robert Harris, 3rd Baron Harris

by William Henry Southwell
albumen carte-de-visite, late 1850s-early 1860s
NPG Ax46396

x45198

George Francis Robert Harris, 3rd Baron Harris

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG x45198

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