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BAGOT, Sir Charles, British diplomatist, born in Blithfield, Stafford County, England, 23 September 1781; died in Kingston, Canada, 18 May 1843. He was the second son of William, first Lord Bagot. In 1807 he was made under foreign secretary of state ;in 1814 was sent on a special mission to Paris; was minister-plenipotentiary at Washington from 1816 to 1819; in 1820 was appointed ambassador to Russia; in 1824 was sent on a similar mission to Holland; and in 1834: was sent as a special ambassador to Austria. On 10 June 1842, after the death of Lord Sydenham, he became governor-general of British North America, which office he retained until his death.
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