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21 Sep 2014

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Normanby Rd

George Augustus Constantine Phipps, second Marquess of Normanby (1819 – 1890) was born on July 23, 1819 in London.

He was the only son of Constantine Phipps, first Marquess of Normanby and acceded as Marquess of Normanby in 1863.

He was a politician and became governor of Nova Scotia (1858 – 1863), Queensland (1871 – 1874), New Zealand (1874 – 78) and Victoria (1879 – 1884).

He announced his resignation as Victorian governor in January 1884, and returned to London where he later died on April 3, 1890.

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