Charles Archer

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This article is about the administrator in British India. For the co-founder of Evelyn Douglin Center for Serving People in Need, Inc., see Charles A. Archer.
Charles Archer
Born 1861
Died 1941

Charles Archer CIE (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] He was appointed CIE in the 1906 New Year Honours.

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

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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