Charles Archer

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Charles Archer
Born 1861
Died 1941

Charles Archer (1861–1941) was an administrator in British India, he served as the Chief Commissioner of Baluchistan province four times.[1] He collaborated with his brother William in translating three of Ibsen's plays: Rosmersholm, Lady Inger of Ostrat, and Peer Gynt.[2]

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  1. ^ Provinces of British India
  2. ^ "ARCHER, Major Charles". Who's Who, 59: p. 51. 1907. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Arthur Henry McMahon
Chief Commissioner of Balochistan
3 June 1909 – 6 September 1909
Succeeded by
Arthur Henry McMahon
Preceded by
John Ramsay
Chief Commissioner of Balochistan
21 October 1912 – 14 November 1912
Succeeded by
John Ramsay
Preceded by
John Ramsay
Chief Commissioner of Balochistan
2 April 1914 – 23 May 1914
Succeeded by
John Ramsay
Preceded by
John Ramsay
Chief Commissioner of Balochistan
15 June 1915 – 5 July 1915
Succeeded by
John Ramsay