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George Otto Trevelyan (1838–1928)

Trevelyan, George Otto, Sir. An English statesman and author, son of Sir Charles Trevelyan and Hannah Macaulay; born at Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, July 20, 1838; died in 1928. He was secretary for Scotland, 1885–86, and again 1892–95. Among his writings are: ‘Letters of a Competition Wallah’ (1864); ‘Cawnpore’ (1865); ‘The Ladies in Parliament, and Other Pieces’ (1869); ‘Life of Lord Macaulay’ (1876); ‘Early History of Charles James Fox’; ‘The American Revolution.’