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Lister, Thomas Henry (1800-1842), writer and civil servant

‘Listing Concentrates the Mind’: the English Civil Court as an Arena for Structured Negotiation

BLAIN, William (died 1908), Assistant Secretary to Treasury from 1907, and Auditor of the Civil List

SPRING-RICE, Stephen Edward (1856 - 1902), Principal Clerk HM Treasury; Auditor of the Civil List

SHIEL, Matthew Phipps (1865 - 1947), teacher, interpreter to the International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, journalist, author, inventor; placed on the Civil List, 1938, for Services to Literature

KNIGHT, Brian Joseph (born 1941), QC 1981; a Senior Circuit Judge, 1998–2011; Mercantile Judge, London Mercantile Court, and Judge in charge of the Technology and Construction Court List at Central London Civil Justice Centre (formerly Business List Judge, Central London County Court), 1998–2011

ROGERS, Frederick (1846 - 1915), Vice-Chairman Conciliation Board, London Chamber of Commerce; Member of Vellum Binders’ Trade Society; Vice-President of Elizabethan Society for 30 years; Member of Trades Union 45 years; Member of Stationers’ Mutual Benefit Society from 1870; Civil List pensioner (£50)

CARTER, Huntly (died 1942), writer, journalist, symposia editor, publicist, traveller, lecturer, and interpreter of National and World creative constructive movements, in particular, sociological and cultural; early medical training in psychiatry and sexual pathology; before the War engaged in sociological and radical reform movements and journalism of ideas; Reconstruction and Recovery movements in Europe and Russia, 1915–41; editor of a unique series of international symposia surveys of momentous tendencies in science, art, drama, economics, industry and new social life to which upward of 700 distinguished representative men and women contributed; Civil List Pension for services to Literature, 1931; additional Civil List Pension, 1939


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The sum authorized by statute to be paid annually out of the Consolidated Fund for meeting the expenses of the royal household and for making allowances to certain members of the royal family. It may be increased in amount by Treasury order, but this is liable to annulment by the House of Commons. Certain members of the royal family have volunteered to be taxed on their Civil List allowances.

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