John Crawfurd

John Crawfurd (13 August 1783 – 11 May 1868) was a Scottish physician, colonial administrator and diplomat, and author. He is now best known for his work on Asian languages, his ''History of the Indian Archipelago'', and his role in founding Singapore as the last British Resident of Singapore; the position of Resident was replaced by the Governor of the Straits Settlements. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1836
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1830
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1828
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1829
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1830
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1820
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1836
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by Crawfurd, John
Published 1833
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by Craufuird, Archibald
Published 1712
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by Main, James
Published 1761
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