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British connection


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British connection

Opium for China: The British Connection

Contentious Connections in Great Britain, 1828–34

Scottish-English Connections in British Radicalism in the 1790s

The Franco-British Connections: A Student/Alumni Network Supporting Franco-British Student Initiatives

A Dialogue of the Deaf? Historiographical Connections between Britain and Germany, c. 1750–2000

Transnational Connections, Musical Meaning, and the 1990s “British Invasion” of North American Evangelical Worship Music

A Dialogue of the Deaf? Historiographical Connections between Britain and Germany, c. 1750–2000

Britain, Ireland and Continental Europe in the Eighteenth Century: Similarities, Connections, Identities, by Stephen Conway

ABBOTT, William (1891 - 1963), Director of Studies in connection with oversea scholarships scheme of Federation of British Industries, since 1953

Convention between Great Britain and Persia for extending and securing Telegraphic Connection between Europe and India, signed at Tehran, 2 April 1868

Arrangement between China and Great Britain for the Disposal of Compensation Cases in connection with Frontier Raids, 17 January 1902

William Wickham, the Christ Church Connection and the Rise and Fall of the Security Service in Britain, 1793–1801

Convention between Great Britain and the United States for the Submission to Arbitration of British Claims in connection with the Behring Sea Seal Fishery, signed at Washington, 8 February 1896

Stephen Conway. Britain, Ireland, and Continental Europe in the Eighteenth Century: Similarities, Connections, Identities. New York: Oxford University Press. 2011. Pp. viii, 342. $125.00

NIVEN, Colin Harold Robertson (born 1941), Founding Principal: Sherborne Qatar, 2009; St George’s British Connection School, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2012–13; Master of Schools (Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou), for Dulwich College International, China, 2003–06

Convention between France and India (Great Britain) regarding the Conversion into an Annual Payment of the Rights in connection with the Opium Trade reserved by the Convention of 7 March 1815 signed at Chandernagore, 16 July 1884

PATEL, Khan Bahadur Burjorji D. (died 1931), accompanied British forces to Quetta and thence proceeded to Afghanistan as a merchant, 1878; carried out several contracts in connection with the Military Works and Public Works Depts and Sind-Pishin Railway; Khan Bahadur, 1889; officer in Volunteer forces in Bengal, 1893; Kaiser-i-Hind medal, 1900; one of the founders of the Pasteur Institute Fund in India and of the Colonisation Scheme for the Parsis

COPEMAN, Sydney Arthur Monckton (1862 - 1947), Medical Officer, retired, Ministry of Health; ex-Member LCC (Hampstead); formerly Member Hampstead Borough Council (late Chairman Public Health and other Committees); late Senior Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board; Vice-President (late President), Epidemiological Section, Royal Society of Medicine; late Member of Council, Royal College of Physicians, London, and Zoological Society; Member of Faculty of Medicine, and Chairman of Board of Studies in Hygiene, University of London; Emeritus Lecturer on Public Health, Westminster Hospital; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem and Member of Chapter-General of the Order; Lt-Col in charge of Hygiene Department, Royal Army Medical College, 1916–17; late Divisional Sanitary Officer, 2nd London Division, Territorial Force; TD; Chadwick Lecturer in Hygiene, 1914; late Examiner in Public Health and in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, University of Bristol; Examiner in Public Health, Royal College of Physicians; Examiner in Hygiene and Public Health, University of Leeds; in State Medicine, University of London, and in Public Health, Royal College of Surgeons, England; Milroy Lecturer, 1898, Royal College of Physicians, London; Research Scholar and Special Commissioner, British Medical Association; Government Delegate to Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and USA in connection with investigations undertaken for Home Office, Board of Trade, Local Government Board, and Ministry of Health; Member of various Departmental Committees; Member of Livery, Apothecaries Company and Freeman of City of London; Joint Founder (1891) of Medical Research Club; Buchanan Gold Medallist, Royal Society of London, 1902; Cameron Prizeman, University of Edinburgh, 1899; Fothergillian Gold Medallist, Medical Society of London, 1899; Jenner Medallist, Royal Society of Medicine, 1925; invented Glycerinated Lymph, officially adopted, 1898, and now in general use in this and other countries for anti-smallpox vaccination; Gold Medallist, International Faculty of Sciences, 1938; Hon. Fellow Hunterian Society, 1938; joint patron of living of Hadleigh, Essex

 

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