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The late Earl of Aberdeen. By the arrival at Portland of the Anglo Saxon, we are informed of the death of the Earl of Aberdeen. George Aberdeen. George Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen, has occupied prominent positions in his life-time. He was a conservative statesman, descended of an ancient ScottisAberdeen, has occupied prominent positions in his life-time. He was a conservative statesman, descended of an ancient Scottish house, was born in 1784, and educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, where he took the degree of M. A. in 1804. In that year, having res
and Wellington, which endured only for the vacation of 1834- '35, Aberdeen held the appointment of colonial secretary.
When Peel took office, in 1841, Aberdeen received again the portfolio of foreign-affairs, and appeared to have learned that history tendencies were to be repressed on the accession to power of the protectionist party, the Earl of Aberdeen took office as Minister of Foreign Affairs, under the Premiership er, drove that Ministry out of power, and since then, up to the time of his death, the Earl of Aberdeen has lived in comparative retirement.