Andrew Graham Murray, 1st Viscount Dunedin(1849-1942), Judge
Sitter in 19 portraits
Andrew Graham Murray was a Scottish politician and judge. Murray entered Parliament as MP for Bute and Caithness in 1891, and was appointed Solicitor General for Scotland in the same year. He was Secretary for Scotland in the Balfour government from 1903 to 1905. On leaving Parliament in 1905, Murray was appointed to the bench as Lord Justice General and created Baron Dunedin in 1905. He held this post until 1913, when he was appointed a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. He retired in 1932.
by Sasha (Alexander Stewart)
bromide press print, 1934
by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 22 October 1896
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