The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Gough, Archibald Edward

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Gough, Archibald Edward, M.A., Indian Educational Service (Rtd.): b. 1845; s. of Alexander Dick Gough, Architect, London; educ: Lincoln College; Boden Sanskrit Scholar; Kennicott Hebrew Scholar; Denyer, and Johnson Theological Scholar of the University of Oxford; joined . service as Anglo-Sanskrit Professor, Benares College, 1868; Offciating Principal, Benares College; Professor of Philosophy, Presidency College, Calcutta, 1877; also Principal, Calcutta Madrassa; Member, Board of Examiners and Hindi Examiner, Bengal; Principal and Professor of Philosophy, Muir Central College, Allahabad, 1886; Registrar, University of Allahabad, 1887-94; Offg Director of Public Instruction, North-Western Provinces and Oudh, 1894; invalided on furlough, 1894; retired, 1895; Public Examiner, Honour School of Oriental Studies. Oxford, 1900-1902. Publications: Philosophy of the Upanishads and Ancient Indian Metaphysics; Vedanta in the Ency. Brit-; Papers relating to the Collection and Preservation of Records of Ancient Sanskrit Literature in India; Translator (with E. B. Powell. LL.D.) of the Madhavas Sarvadarsangraha; Address: c/o India Office, London.