4 edition of Fro m Lieutenant-Colonel M"Douall to His Excellency Sir F.P. Robinson, K.C.B. found in the catalog.
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At the age of 91, three years before his death, Dr. Paul H.T. Thorlakson donated his extensive collection of personal and career papers to the University of Manitoba. This occasion was marked by a special reception in his honour hosted by the University the night of 3 December Full text of "The wilds of Patagonia; a narrative of the Swedish expedition to Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands in " See other formats.
John Bull "For God, the King, and the People!" Date of Article: 31/01/ Printer / Publisher: The Master- General of the Ordnance has appointed Lieutenant- Colonel TRELAWNEY to the command of the artillery at St. Helena, which completes the military establishment of that island. and very little anywhere else— so that his Excellency. Lieutenant Colonel A. Buchanan, M. D. [Ref 45] is convinced that the Indian plagues are caused by rats and that they could be prevented if the natives could be prevailed upon to keep cats. [Ref 46] He produces statistics which seem to prove that the villages in which there were cats in each household were free from epidemics of cholera.
Years later, in the Middle East, his name became well-known as the youngest Lieutenant-colonel in the British forces, and he was awarded the Dso and the Mc. Second-Lieutenant N. S. Triggs, also from the 29th, was appointed quartermaster, and he was faced with the initial problem of issuing out equally to the five companies the two 8-cwt trucks. Supplement to Bell's Life in London published - newspaper available to view and buy online from Last Chance To Read.
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COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content. The greater bulk of the material concerns Lieutenant-Colonel Allan Macpherson, including his private business ventures, but there are also items relating to Sir John Macpherson, to two of Allan Macpherson's cousins, James Macpherson and John Macintyre, and to Lieutenant-Colonel John Macpherson in India between and to he completed his in He worked as a research bio chemist with the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works unlil when he went to the University of Wisconsin for post-graduates studies.
He completed Fro m Lieutenant-Colonel MDouall to His Excellency Sir F.P. Robinson M.S. in biochemistry in and his Ph.D. in micl'Obial genelics in During this period he unfortunately. H.R.H. The Prince of Wales visited Brockville in October and a Guard of Honor was furnished by The Brockville Rifles under command of Maj.
Montgomery. On 21 May His Excellency The Governor General Lord Byng visited Brockville and a Guard of Honor was provided by the Regiment under the command of Lt. Col. MacDowell, M.C. Mentions Sir J.E. Tennent has been handled badly by the Press for his book on the Armstrong/Whitworth systems.
Bangalore, 13 July Working very hard at Persian, and has eye strain. Asks father to thank Sir Arthur Guinness for his help in furthering his interests. Mourning. the death of a comrade, Captain D.D. Anderson, R.H.A.
by typhoid. Napier's War Memorials. Napier and its people have a proud history of honouring those who’ve passed away fighting for our freedom. ANZAC Day service turnouts are testament to this sentiment and so are our war memorial monuments, located throughout Napier as memorials of our forebears.
12 CONTENTS. TAOE St. Paul's College St. Vincent's Hospital Standard Life Assurance Company Steam Navigation Board Steam Navigation Companies ' The Ottawa Conference in Canada: Sir Henry Starkosch of India – Mr L.
Emerson of Newfoundland – Mr P. Grobler of South Africa – Mr H. Gullett of Australia – Sir George Perley of Canada – Sir Atul C. Chatterjee of India – Mr Sean T.
O'Kelly of Irish Free State – Mr J. Coates of New Zealand – Mr (Stanley) Baldwin – Mr Bennett – Mr Bruce – Mr N. Havenga. The Craig family were early land buyers in Palm Beach. In Mary Brown Craig (wife of Francis Brown Craig - youngest son)acquired three blocks on Sunrise Hill (No.s, ) where Craigie-Lee was built.
Craigie-Lee was apparently the oldest house in Palm Beach in original condition until a renovation which maintained the original ideas and was the winner of the R.A.I.A. rison, C.B.E.
Also present will be Lieutenant-Colonel F. Peach, Commander 2 Cadet Brigade. Parents and friends are invited to be present to witness the parade and seats will be provided for them on the western side of the ground. Boys can watch the par-ade from. british south africa company.
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JOURNAL OF THE EXPEDITION INTO THE INTERIOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES By Order of His Excellency Governor Philip Gidley King by Barrallier, Francis: A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF CAPTAIN DAMPIER'S EXPEDITION INTO THE SOUTH-SEAS IN THE SHIP ST. GEORGE IN THE YEARS AND by Funnell, William: THE ITINERARIO OF.
Lieutenant-General Sir W. Birdwood and his Corps Commanders elaborated and prepared the orders in reference to the evacuation with a skill, competence and courage which could not have been surpassed, and we had a further stroke of good fortune in being associated with Vice-Admiral Sir J.
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Its author was a man of merit, sensibility, and taste, and, despite his amusing prediction of the future of Port Phillip, his book—which is now rare—deserves a reprint. Some extracts from Knopwood's diary were given in a so-called life of William Buckley, "the wild white man",** but that portion which is of historical value is now made.
Other visitors during included His Excellency the Governor, Sir Cecil Hunter Rodwell, who gave a lecture on the South Sea Islands and Dr. Cawston who spoke on the prevention of bilharzia. The following year the new Governor and Lady Stanley visited the School, and His Excellency gave a short address in the Beit Hall.
Figure Portrait photograph of Trooper in 'B' Squadron (British American) of the King's Colonials wearing his Full Dress uniform complete with second pattern headdress, gloves and cloak circa His 'B" Squadron (British American) beaver and maple leaf collar badge can be clearly seen as is the top of the matching headdress badge.
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Agricultural University, ii, 98 leaves; 28 cm. (Publication, N.W.F.P.Besides, the Governor has by his office the supreme command of the imperial troops stationed in his colony, and no movement of those troops can take place for any purpose whatever with-out the sanction and authority of the Governor acting on his unfettered personal responsibility.
Such was the position in in all self-governing colonies.