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Imperial Ambition in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Genoese Merchants and the Spanish Crown, by Céline Dauverd

WIMPERIS, Harry Egerton (1876 - 1960), Hon. Fellow and Crown Governor, Imperial College, London

Review: Race-ing imperial histories. Emilia Viotti da Costa. Crowns of glory, tears of blood. The Demerara slave rebellion of 1823; development education centre South Yorkshire, a case study. The empire in South Yorkshire 1700-1860

HENDERSON, Denys (Hartley) (born 1932), Chairman: Imperial Chemical Industries PLC, 1987–95; ZENECA Group plc, 1993–95; The Rank Group Plc (formerly Rank Organisation), 1995–2001; Chairman and First Crown Estate Commissioner, 1995–2002

RAYMOND, Adélard (1889 - 1962), ADC; Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur; Croix de Guerre with Palm; President and Managing Director, Queen’s Hotel, Montreal, Que.; Director: Canadair Ltd; Crown Trust Co.; The Imperial Life Assurance Co.; Canadian Aviation Electronics; President: Raymond Distributing Co. Ltd; Gleneagles Investment Co. Ltd; Past Pres. Montreal Tourist and Convention Bureau

ARNOLD, Edwin (1832 - 1904), Fellow of Bombay University, of Royal Asiatic Society; Officer of White Elephant of Siam, also Grand Commander of Crown of Siam, Rising Sun of Japan; 2nd class of Imperial Medjidieh; 3rd class Osmanieh; Commander of Lion and Sun of Persia; author and journalist

GOODENOUGH, William Macnamara (1899 - 1951), DL, JP, Chairman, Barclays Bank Ltd, 1947–51 (Director, 1929–51); Chairman of Trustees of Nuffield Trust for the University Medical School, Oxford, the Nuffield Foundation, Nuffield College, Oxford, Nuffield Dominions Trust, Oxford, Nuffield Trust for the Forces of the Crown, Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust and Imperial Relations Trust; Deputy Steward, Oxford University; Hon. Student, Christ Church, Oxford, 1947; Director of Mercantile and General Reinsurance Co. Ltd, Westminster Chambers Assoc. Ltd and Foundling Estates Ltd; Member of Council of Foreign Bondholders; Governor, Wellington College; Chairman of Governors of Dominion Students’ Hall Trust

MORGAN, Benjamin Howell (died 1937), Consulting Engineer; Vice-Chairman, Empire Economic Union; Member London Committee of Hong Kong University; Chief Technical Adviser Ministry of National Service, 1918; Technical Adviser, Labour Supply Depart, Ministry of Munitions, 1916–17; Member War Cabinet Sub-Committee on Labour, 1918; Member Women’s Employment Committee, 1917–18; Member Inter-departmental Hours of Labour Com., 1916–18; Member Imperial Conference Advisory Committee on Crown Colonies, 1923; Chairman, British Empire Producers Organisation, 1920–29

HORNCASTLE, Walter Radcliffe (1850 - 1908), First Mayor of Hackney, 1901; Chief Commoner of the Corporation of the City of London, 1903; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Knight Military Commander of the Servian Order of Takowa; Commander of the Military Order of our Lady of the Conception of Villa Vicosa (Portugal); Grand Officer (Star and Collar) of the Imperial Order of the Lion and Sun of Persia; Knight of the Crown of Italy; Member of the Court of Common Council of the City of London

BLOMFIELD, Reginald (1856 - 1942), Past President, Gold Medallist, Royal Institute of British Architects; late Member, Royal Commission of Fine Art; Member of Board of Ancient Monuments and of Advisory Council Victoria and Albert Museum; a Principal Architect of Imperial War Graves Commission; Hon. Member, American Academy of Arts and Letters; Officer de l’instruction publique and Hon. Corresponding Member of Societé des Architectes Diplomés de France and of Society of Architects of Argentine; Hon. Member of Royal Academy of Belgium; Hon. Member of National Academy of Design of America; a Vice-President, Royal Historical Society; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Officer of the Orders of the Crown and Leopold I, Leopold II of Belgium; Architect

HEATH, (Henry) Frank (1863 - 1946), Officier de l’Instruction Publique, 1904; Member of Council, Royal Albert Hall, 1929–45; Crown Governor of the Imperial College of Science and Technology and Member Finance and Executive and other Committees, 1931–45; appointed Governor by City and Guilds of London Institute, 1945; thereafter re-appointed member of the above Committee, 1945; Hon. Secretary, British National Committee for Intellectual Co-operation under the League of Nations, 1929–45; Member, Royal Commission for the 1851 Exhibition, since 1924; Member of Council, Queen Alexandra House, 1931–45; Member of Universities China Committee in London, since 1932; Chairman, General Council, 1938–39, Vice-Chairman, 1939–44, and Chairman Mark Committee, since 1935, of British Standards Institution

SAMUEL, John (Smith) (1870 - 1934), Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; Chevalier Legion of Honour; Cavalier Order of the Crown of Italy; Officier de l’Academie of France; Imperial Order of Russian Red Cross, Order of St Sava of Serbia, Order of Prince Danilo of Montenegro; Order of Merit, Chile; Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Member Middle Temple; Official Secretary to Lord Provosts of Glasgow since 1896; Ceremonial Secretary to Corporation of Glasgow; Clerk of Lieutenancy of County of City of Glasgow; Clerk to Visiting Committee of HM Prison, Barlinnie; Swedish Consul at Glasgow; Member of Glasgow War Pensions Committee, Lord Kitchener Memorial Fund and National Disasters Relief Fund; Honorary Treasurer of various official War Relief Funds; Hon. Secretary Earl Haig’s Fund for Disabled ex-Service Men; Hon. Secretary Glasgow Branch of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Help Society and of the Princess Louise Scottish Hospital for Limbless Sailors and Soldiers; was Local Hon. Secretary for the Glasgow meetings in 1901 and 1928 of the British Association for the Advancement of Science

MACALISTER, Donald (1854 - 1934), Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1907–29, Chancellor since 1929; Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge; late Senior Tutor and Linacre Lecturer of Physic; Consulting Physician to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge; late Chairman of British Pharmacopœia Committee; Crown Governor, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; late Trustee of Iona Cathedral; Vice-Chairman, Carnegie United Kingdom Trust and Member Carnegie Trust for Scottish Universities; late Chairman Standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals; late Chairman Medical Consult. Council Scottish Board of Health, 1920; late Chairman of Universities Bureau of British Empire; late Member Medical Advisory Boards, Ministry National Service, and Ministry of Pensions; late Manager of Royal Infirmary and Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow; Hon. President Franco-Scottish Society, Glasgow Centre; President Gypsy Lore Society, 1915


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March by Walton comp. for coronation of George VI in 1937. Score is headed by line from poem ‘In Honour of the City’ by Dunbar (1465–1520) ‘In beautie beryng the crone imperiall’. F. public p. Westminster Abbey, 12 May 1937, cond. Boult (it had already been recorded and broadcast). Rev. 1963. Also arr. for military band, pf., and organ. See also Orb and Sceptre.

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