Eyre, Edward John (b. 1815)

Eyre, Edward John, explorer and colonial governor, born in Yorkshire; emigrated to Australia in 1832; successfully explored the interior of SW. Australia in 1841; governor of New Zealand in 1846, of St. Vincent in 1852, and of Jamaica in 1862; recalled in 1865, and prosecuted for harsh treatment of the natives, but was acquitted; his defence was championed by Carlyle, Ruskin, and Kingsley, while J. S. Mill supported the prosecution; (b. 1815).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Exmouth
Exodus
“Exodus from Houndsditch,”
Exogens
Exorcism
Exoteric
Externality
Extreme Unction
Eyck, Jan van
Eylau
Eyre, Edward John
Eyre, Jane
Ezekiel
Ezra
Faber, Frederick William
Faber, George Stanley
Fabian, St.
Fabian Society
Fabii
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