Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt Sloet van de Beele
|Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies|
19 October 1861 –25 October 1866
|Preceded by||Charles Ferdinand Pahud|
|Succeeded by||Pieter Mijer|
|Born||28 March 1806|
Voorst, Batavian Republic
|Died||10 December 1890 84) (aged|
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Charles Ferdinand Pahud
| Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies |