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This book explores the life and career of Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Ava (1826-1902). Dufferin was a landowner in Ulster, an urbane diplomat, literary sensation, courtier, politician, colonial governor, collector, son, husband and father. The book draws on episodes from Dufferin's career to link the landowning and aristocratic culture he was born into with his experience of governing across the British Empire, in Canada, Egypt, Syria and India. This book arguesdoi:10.4324/9781351255288 fatcat:6bbh7dzyfrg7nmvwumg7kutiyu