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  1. George Augustus Selwyn (11 August 1719 – 25 January 1791) of Matson House in Gloucestershire, England, was a Member of Parliament. A renowned eccentric and "necrophiliac, gay transvestite, he sat mute, loved, and undisturbed in the House of Commons for 44 years".

  2. 8 de feb. de 2017 · George Augustus Selwyn is a crucial figure in the history of early New Zealand. In 1841 he was consecrated as the first (and ultimately only) Bishop of New.

    • Geoffrey Troughton
    • 2017
  3. George Augustus Selwyn (11 de agosto de 1719 - 25 de enero de 1791), fue un Miembro del Parlamento Británico (MP). Selwyn fue un hombre que estuvo durante 44 años en la Cámara de los Comunes sin haber realizado un solo discurso.

  4. 22 de abr. de 2024 · George Augustus Selwyn (born April 5, 1809, Hampstead, London—died April 11, 1878, Lichfield, Staffordshire, Eng.) was the first Anglican bishop of New Zealand. Selwyn was educated at Eton and St. John’s College, Cambridge. In 1833 he was ordained a deacon and became a curate at Windsor.

  5. Missionary, bishop, metropolitan. This biography, written by Warren E. Limbrick, was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in 1990. George Augustus Selwyn was born on 5 April 1809 at Hampstead, England, the second son of William Selwyn, a noted constitutional lawyer, and his wife, Laetitia Frances Kynaston.

  6. George Augustus Selwyn (5 April 1809 – 11 April 1878) was the first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand. He was Bishop of New Zealand (which included Melanesia) from 1841 to 1869. His diocese was then subdivided and Selwyn was Metropolitan (later called Primate) of New Zealand from 1858 to 1868.

  7. George Augustus Selwyn (5 de abril de 1809 - 11 de abril de 1878) fue el primer obispo anglicano de Nueva Zelanda. Fue obispo de Nueva Zelanda (que incluía Melanesia) de 1841 a 1869. Su diócesis luego se subdividió y Selwyn fue metropolitano (más tarde llamado Primado) de Nueva Zelanda de 1858 a 1868.