Gilbert John El·li·ot-Mur·ray-Ky·nyn·mond [el-ee-uht-mur-ee-ki-nin-muhnd, -muhr-ee-, el-yuht-], /ˈɛl i ətˈmɜr i kɪˈnɪn mənd, -ˈmʌr i-, ˈɛl yət-/, 4th Earl of, 1845–1914, British colonial administrator: governor general of Canada 1898–1904; viceroy of India 1905–10.
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How to use Minto in a sentence
When the season was over Lord Minto went back to Scotland, taking the poet with him as traveling companion.
John Minto, an honored pioneer of 1844, was selected to make the presentation address.Dr. John McLoughlin, the Father of Oregon | Frederick Van Voorhies Holman
The happy thought first presented itself to his mind during a visit at Minto.
There had been abortive plots against Lord Minto's life, but it had been deemed politic to minimise their importance.India, Old and New | Sir Valentine Chirol
There is no church, not so much as the fly of a tent; what to do I know not except to address Lord Minto in a private letter.Henry Martyn Saint and Scholar | George Smith