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Alexander Baxter Wikipedia
Alexander Macduff Baxter (25 June 1798 – 11 March 1834) was a Scottish-Australian politician.
He was born at Monzievaird in Perthshire to the Reverend Colin Baxter and Jacobina Macduff. He was admitted as a solicitor in 1819, and in 1826 was nominated as Attorney General of New South Wales after his father went to Sir George Murray to secure his son a colonial appointment. He held the post until 1831. Baxter died at Onchan on the Isle of Man in 1834.