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.
He was MP for Ludgershall in 1747–1754 and for the constituency of Gloucester 1754–1780. After he lost his interest in Gloucester, Selwyn was again member for Ludgershall from 1780 until his death in 1791. He was Mayor of Gloucester for 1758 and 1765. He was also elected for the Scottish constituency of Wigtown Burghs in 1768, when he ...
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.
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 de 1841 a 1858, Primado de Nueva Zelanda de 1858 a 1868 y Obispo de Lichfield de 1868 a 1878 . Referencias  Control de autoridades Proyectos Wikimedia Datos: Q3655327
George Selwyn(1719-1791) attended prestigious Eton College and Oxford. Selwyn entered Parliament, Britain's lawmaking body, in 1747. Although he served until 1780, his career as a legislator was unremarkable. When both his father and brother died in 1751, Selwyn inherited the land in the Carolina colony that the Crown had given to his father.
George Selwynmay refer to: George Augustus Selwyn (politician)(1719–1791), English politician and wit George Selwyn (bishop of Lichfield)(1809–1878), first Bishop of New Zealand George Selwyn (bishop of Tinnevelly)(1887–1957), Anglican colonial bishop Topics referred to by the same term
Not to be confused with George English (tenor). George Selwyn English (16 September 1912 – 8 October 1980) was an Australian composer. Like Roy Agnew and Raymond Hanson, he was overshadowed by the Australian avant-garde of the 1960s. Contents 1 Life 2 Family 3 Compositions and style 4 A selective list of compositions 5 Recordings 6 References