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Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne PC 27 November 1812 4 May 1895 , was a British lawyer and politician He served twice as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain.Selborne was born at Mixbury in Oxfordshire, where his father William Jocelyn Palmer was rector His mother Dorothea was daughter of the Rev William Roundell of Gledstone, Yorkshire and William Palmer and Edwin Palmer were his brothers He was educated at Rugby School and Winchester College He graduated in 1834 from Oxford after a brilliant career there, and received his master s degree in 1836 While at University he became a close friend of the hymn writer and theologian, Frederick William Faber He soon became known for his keen and subtle mind and his vast learning He was called to the bar in 1837.Selborne entered parliament as a Conservative in 1847 He joined the Peelite Conservatives who were to eventually help create the Liberal party in 1859 He served under Lord Palmerston and Lord Russell as Solicitor General between 1861 and 1863 and as Attorney General between 1863 and 1866.Under Gladstone, he became Lord Chancellor in 1872 and was created Baron Selborne, of Selborne in the County of Southampton His first tenure in the office saw the passage of the Judicature Act of 1873, which completely reorganized the judiciary He served in the same office in Gladstone s Second Cabinet 1880 1885 , and was created Viscount Wolmer, of Blackmoor in the County of Southampton, and Earl of Selborne in 1882 He broke with Gladstone, however, over Irish Home Rule, in 1885, and joined the Liberal Unionists.He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in June 1860.
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