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  1. James Maitland Balfour (5 January 1820 – 23 February 1856) was a Scottish land-owner and businessman. He made a fortune in the 19th-century railway boom, and inherited a significant portion of his father's great wealth. He was a Conservative Member of Parliament in the 1840s, and was the father of Prime Minister Arthur Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour.

    • 5 January 1820
    • Lady Blanche Gascoyne-Cecil
  2. James Maitland Balfour (5 de enero de 1820-23 de febrero de 1856) fue un político escocés. Era hijo de James Balfour, y su esposa, Lady Eleanor Maitland, hija de James Maitland, Octavo Conde de Lauderdale. Fue educado en Eton y Trinity College, Cambridge.

  3. James Maitland Balfour (5 de enero de 1820 - 23 de febrero de 1856) fue un terrateniente y empresario escocés . Hizo una fortuna con el boom ferroviario del siglo XIX y heredó una parte importante de la gran riqueza de su padre.

  4. 7 de jun. de 2022 · James Maitland Balfour (5 January 1820 – 23 February 1856) was a Scottish land-owner and businessman. He made a fortune in the 19th-century railway boom, and inherited a significant portion of his father's great wealth. He was a Conservative Member of Parliament in the 1840s, and was the father of Prime Minister Arthur Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour.

  5. James Balfour (c. 1775 – 19 April 1845) was a Scottish nabob who became a landowner and politician. The son of a prosperous and influential Scottish gentry family, he became a trader in India. Having made a fortune supplying the Royal Navy , he returned to Scotland to buy several landed estates, including Whittingehame in East Lothian where he built a classical mansion.

  6. Balfour fue uno de los más célebres fundadores de la embriología evolutiva, convirtiéndose en un antecedente de la moderna evo-devo. Su Tratado sobre embriología comparada (1880 - 1881) fue escrito tanto para ofrecer un fundamento embriológico a la filogenia como para dotar de un contexto evolutivo a los estudios sobre la organogénesis .

  7. James Maitland Balfour (5 January 1820 – 23 February 1856), of Whittinghame, East Lothian, was a Scottish land-owner and businessman. He made a fortune in the 19th-century railway boom, and inherited a significant portion of his father's great wealth. He was a Conservative Member of Parliament in the 1840s, and was...