[clergyman] James Balfour (1731–1809) was a Scottish clergyman in the Church of England who was an early missionary to Newfoundland. He was sent by the Bishop of London in 1764 to be a missionary in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, where he discovered a rowdy community sometimes reluctant to rec...
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[architect] James Balfour, (1854-1917), architect. Son of Peter Balfour, Hamilton alderman and carpenter. Educated in Hamilton. Studied architecture with the famous firm of Peddie and Kniver in Edinburgh, Scotland. Before returning to Hamilton he worked in New York for several years. First p...
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[Canadian politician] R. James Balfour (22 May 1928 – 12 December 1999) was first elected in the 1972 federal election as a Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament for Regina East, Saskatchewan. He also served in the Canadian Senate from 13 September 1979 until his death. He was born...
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Sir James Balfour was a Scottish lawyer and politician. He was born about 1522 and died in 1583. He took part in the conspiracy against Cardinal Beaton, and was condemned with Knox to the galleys; but after his release found it to his interest to change his opinions, and latterly he was appointed, t...
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[Commander-in-chief of Bombay] James Balfour was the Commander-in-chief of Bombay in 1794. ...
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[mayor] James Balfour (January 4, 1867 – after 1931) was an educator, lawyer and political figure in Saskatchewan. He served as mayor of Regina, Saskatchewan in 1915 and 1931. He was born in Mount Forest, Ontario, the son of William Balfour, a native of Scotland, and Agnes Martin, and was ...
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[philosopher] James Balfour (1705–1795) was a Scottish philosopher. ==Life== He was born at Pilrig, near Edinburgh. After studying at Edinburgh and at Leyden, he was called to the Scottish bar. He held the offices of treasurer to the faculty of Advocates and sheriff-substitute of the count...
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James Maitland Balfour
James Maitland Balfour (5 January 1820 – 23 February 1856), of Whittinghame, Berwickshire, was a Scottish Member of Parliament. He was the father of Prime Minister Arthur Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour. Balfour was the son of James Balfour and his wife Lady Eleanor, daughter of James Maitland, 8th ...
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