Anstey, Thomas Chisholm
Lawyer and politician, born London; died Bombay, India.
After his conversion he championed Catholic interests in Parliament, where he represented Youghal, Ireland.
Later he became attorney-general of Hong Kong but was suspended on account of radical reforms he inaugurated.
A judge at Bombay, he was forced to resign for denouncing commercial abuses in the Bengal government; later he practised law in Bombay with great success.
He wrote pamphlets on legal and political subjects.
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