Earl of, title of Edward Law. 1780–1871, British colonial administrator: governor general of India (1742–44)
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How to use Ellenborough in a sentence
The famous trial in which Hone triumphed over Ellenborough occurred at the end of that year.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3) | Leslie Stephen
Ellenborough was an active administrator, and took a lively interest in questions of Indian policy.
Ellenborough went to India in order “to restore peace to Asia,” but the whole term of his office was occupied in war.
Ellenborough was led on till events were beyond his control, and his own just and merciful instructions were forgotten.
Seguin, Ellenborough, & Co. looked with lordly scorn upon her, as a worm blind to their attractions.