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In politics he was a Conservative, closely involved in Irish affairs at two points. He was private secretary to Arthur Balfour, during the years around 1890 when Balfour was Chief Secretary for Ireland; and was himself Chief Secretary 1900-1905. He brought forward a devolution scheme to deal with the Home Rule question. He also successfully saw the 1903 Land Act into law.
He married in 1887 Sibell, Countess Grosvenor (née Lumley), after the death of her first husband Victor Alexander Grosvenor, Earl Grosvenor (1853 - 1884), son of the 1st Duke of Westminster.
- Letters of George Wyndham, 1877-1913 (1915) Guy Wyndham
- Life and Letters of George Wyndham (1924) Guy Wyndham and J. W. Mackail
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