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Alexander Baillie-Cochrane

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  1. Alexander Dundas Ross Cochrane-Wishart-Baillie, 1st Baron Lamington , better known as Alexander Baillie-Cochrane, was a British Conservative politician perhaps best known for his association with Young England in the early 1840s

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  2. born on 24 November 1816

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  3. died on 15 February 1890

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  4. attended Cambridge University before entering parliament as a member for Bridport in 1841

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  5. later sat for Lanarkshire, Honiton, and finally the Isle of Wight until 1880 when he was made a peer and went to the House of Lords as Baron Lamington

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