acland, sir thomas dyke



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acland, sir thomas dyke - Acland, sir thomas dyke (1809-98);
acland, sir thomas dyke - British politician. He was educated at Harrow and Christ Church, Oxford, and gained a fellowship of All Souls. In 1837 he became Tory M.P. for West Somersetshire, but in 1846 followed Sir Robert Peel, and finally joined the Liberal party. From 1865 to 1885 he was M.P. for North Devon. Acland helped to establish the Oxford system of local examinations. He succeeded to the baronetcy in 1871 and died May 29, 1898.

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