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Dalhousie

[ dal-hoo-zee, -hou- ]
/ dælˈhu zi, -ˈhaʊ- /
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noun
George Ramsay, Earl of, 1770–1838, British general: governor of the Canadian colonies 1819–28.
James Andrew Broun Ramsay, 1st Marquis and 10th Earl of, 1812–60, British statesman: viceroy of India 1848–56.
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Dalhousie
/ (dælˈhaʊzɪ) /

noun
9th Earl of, title of George Ramsay. 1770–1838, British general; governor of the British colonies in Canada (1819–28)
his son, 1st Marquis and 10th Earl of, title of James Andrew Broun Ramsay. 1812–60, British statesman: governor general of India (1848–56)
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