Charles Bagot

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Sir Charles Bagot GCB (23 September 1781 – 19 May 1843) was a British politician, diplomat and colonial administrator.wikipedia
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Rush–Bagot Treaty

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With Richard Rush, he negotiated the Rush–Bagot Treaty to limit naval forces on the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain.
The origins of the Rush–Bagot Treaty can be traced to a correspondence of letters between Acting United States Secretary of State Richard Rush and the British Minister to Washington Sir Charles Bagot, which were exchanged and signed on April 27 and 28, 1817.

List of ambassadors of the United Kingdom to Russia

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He subsequently served as British Ambassador to Russia, where he took part in negotiations leading to the 1825 Treaty of Saint Petersburg.

William Bagot, 1st Baron Bagot

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He was the second son of William Bagot, 1st Baron Bagot of Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire.
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Castle Rising (UK Parliament constituency)

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Bagot served as Member of Parliament for Castle Rising from 1807 to 1808.

List of diplomats of the United Kingdom to the Netherlands

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Then, he served as British Ambassador to the Netherlands, where he was involved in negotiations leading to the establishment of Belgium in 1831.

Canadian Indian residential school system

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Completed in 1844, the final report, titled the Report on the affairs of the Indians in Canada, included a call for the introduction of industrial schools to address the noted failure of day schools to effectively keep Indigenous children from the influence of their parents and is regarded as a foundational document in the rationale for establishing the Canadian Indian residential school system.
The by Governor General Charles Bagot, entitled Report on the affairs of the Indians in Canada.

Robert Baldwin

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As an important concession, however, Bagot did allow the leading Canadian colonial politicians Robert Baldwin and Sir Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine to form a ministry, on the basis of their parliamentary majority.
His replacement, Sir Charles Bagot, was not able to form a mixed cabinet of Reformers and Tories, and so he was forced to include the "Canadien party" under LaFontaine.

Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine

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As an important concession, however, Bagot did allow the leading Canadian colonial politicians Robert Baldwin and Sir Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine to form a ministry, on the basis of their parliamentary majority.
His replacement, Sir Charles Bagot, was not able to form a mixed cabinet of Reformers and Tories, and so he was forced to include the "Canadien party" under La Fontaine.

Alwington, Kingston

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Having resigned his governor general's office in January 1843, Bagot died four months later at the vice-regal residence, Alwington House, Alwington, Kingston, too ill to return to the United Kingdom.
Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham, Sir Charles Bagot and Sir Charles Metcalfe lived at Alwington House.

Nelson Hackett

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The fugitive in question, Nelson Hacket (or Hackett), had been valet and butler to a wealthy Arkansas slave owner.
Despite opposition from Upper Canada's Attorney General, William Henry Draper, Hackett was extradited to the United States on the order of Sir Charles Bagot, due to his theft of the watch, which exceeded what was necessary to take in order to facilitate his escape to freedom.

Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham

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After a hiatus of ten years from diplomatic service, Bagot agreed to succeed Lord Sydenham as governor general of the newly proclaimed Province of Canada.

Richard Downes Jackson

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Lieutenant-General Sir Richard Downes Jackson KCB (1777 – 9 June 1845), born at Petersfield in the English county of Hampshire, was Administrator of Canada West and Canada East (1841–1842) until the arrival of Sir Charles Bagot who took the position of Governor General of the Province of Canada.

William Wellesley-Pole, 3rd Earl of Mornington

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Sir Charles Bagot, Bart., G.C.B., married Lady Mary Charlotte Anne Wellesley, daughter of William Wellesley-Pole, 3rd Earl of Mornington on 22 July 1806.

Ambassador

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He served as ambassador to the United States, Russia, and the Netherlands.

Governor General of Canada

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He served as the first Governor General of the Province of Canada from 1841 to 1843.

Blithfield Hall

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He was the second son of William Bagot, 1st Baron Bagot of Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire.

Staffordshire

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He was the second son of William Bagot, 1st Baron Bagot of Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire.

Rugby School

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He was educated at Rugby School and Christ Church, Oxford.

Christ Church, Oxford

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He was educated at Rugby School and Christ Church, Oxford.

Lincoln's Inn

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He entered Lincoln's Inn, where he studied law, but left and returned to Oxford to complete his master's degree.

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

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His marriage to the wealthy Mary Charlotte Anne Wellesley-Pole, the niece of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, and other Bagot family connections made possible his subsequent diplomatic career.

Member of parliament

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Bagot served as Member of Parliament for Castle Rising from 1807 to 1808.

War of 1812

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He was named minister plenipotentiary and envoy extraordinaire to the United States on 31 July 1815, in the aftermath of the War of 1812.