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in 1876 he was created Viscount Baring, of Lee in the County of Kent, and Earl of Northbrook, in the County of Southampton.

From 1880 to 1885 Northbrook held the post of First Lord of the Admiralty in Gladstone's second government.

He entered upon a political career, and was successively private secretary to Henry Labouchere, Sir George Grey, and Sir Charles Wood.He served under Lord Palmerston as a Lord of the Admiralty between 18, as Under-Secretary of State for War in 1861, as Under-Secretary of State for India between 18, under Palmerston and Lord Russell as Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department between 18 and under Russell as Secretary to the Admiralty in 1866.When William Ewart Gladstone acceded to power in 1868, Baring was again appointed Under-Secretary of State for War, and this office he held until February 1872, when he was appointed Viceroy of India. He had recommended the conclusion of arrangements with Sher Ali which, as has since been admitted, would have prevented the Second Afghan War; but his policy was overruled by the Duke of Argyll, then Secretary of State for India.When Gladstone acceded to power in 1868, Baring was again appointed under-secretary for war, and this office he held until February 1872, when he was appointed Viceroy of India. He had recommended the conclusion of arrangements with Sher Ali which, as has since been admitted, would have prevented the Second Afghan War; but his policy was overruled by the Duke of Argyll, then Secretary of State.From 1880 to 1885 he held the post of First Lord of the Admiralty in Mr Gladstone's second government.

He entered upon a political career, and was successively private secretary to Henry Labouchere, Sir George Grey, and Sir Charles Wood.

He served under Lord Palmerston as a Lord of the Admiralty between 18, as Under-Secretary of State for War in 1861, as Under-Secretary of State for India between 18, under Palmerston and Lord Russell as Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department between 18 and under Russell as Secretary to the Admiralty in 1866.

When William Ewart Gladstone acceded to power in 1868, Baring was again appointed Under-Secretary of State for War, and this office he held until February 1872, when he was appointed Viceroy of India. He had recommended the conclusion of arrangements with Sher Ali which, as has since been admitted, would have prevented the Second Afghan War; but his policy was overruled by the Duke of Argyll, then Secretary of State for India.

When Gladstone acceded to power in 1868, Baring was again appointed under-secretary for war, and this office he held until February 1872, when he was appointed Viceroy of India. He had recommended the conclusion of arrangements with Sher Ali which, as has since been admitted, would have prevented the Second Afghan War; but his policy was overruled by the Duke of Argyll, then Secretary of State.

From 1880 to 1885 he held the post of First Lord of the Admiralty in Mr Gladstone's second government.

In 1857, he was returned to the House of Commons in the Liberal interest for Penryn and Falmouth, which constituency he continued to represent until he became a peer on the death of his father in 1866.