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date: 29 February 2020

Barton, Sir Edmundlocked

(1849–1920)
  • Geoffrey Bolton

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Barton, Sir Edmund (1849–1920), prime minister of Australia, was born at Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, on 18 January 1849, youngest son of William Barton, Australia's first stockbroker, and his wife, Mary Louisa (née Whydah), a schoolteacher. Known familiarly as Toby, he was educated at ...

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National Library of Australia
National Portrait Gallery, London
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