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Harriot Dufferin and Ava, Hamilton-Temple
(TRAVELLING WOMAN WHO WITNESSED SLAVERY)
BIRTH
1843
DEATH
1939
: British. Greatly appreciated for her intellectual and moral elegance, her sensitivity, humour and style. She followed her husband, British Governor General of Canada, then ambassador to Saint Petersburg and Istanbul, before he became viceroy of India, where she was very active in humanitarian works.
My Russian and Turkish journal, Londres, John Murray, 1916.
My Canadian Journal, 1872-8, extracts from my letters home written while lord Dufferin was governor-general, with illustrations from sketches by lord Dufferin, London, J. Murray, 1891
Our viceregal life in India, selections from my journal 1884-1888, London, J. Murray, 1889.
La Mise de Dufferin et d'Ava. Quatre ans aux Indes anglaises. Notre vice-royauté, fragments de mon journal, 1884-1888., Traduit de l'anglais par Robert de Cerisy, Paris, C. Lévy, 1890
Quatre ans aux Indes anglaises, traduit par R. de Cerizy, Paris, Calmann Lévy, 1892.
voir Oxford Dictionary of National Biography,

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