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NUGENT, Walter (Richard) (1865 - 1955), Senator, Irish Free State, 1928; MP (N) S. Westmeath, 1907–18; Director Midland Great Western Railway, Ireland; Deputy Chairman, 1913; Chairman Great Southern Railways Amalgamated Company, Ireland, 1925; Chairman Irish Railway Clearing House, 1926; Member of English Railways Clearing House and Railway Superannuation Committee, Euston; Deputy Chairman Fishguard and Rosslare Railways and Harbours Board, 1926; Pres., Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 1929; served on Royal Commission, 1916; Director Bank of Ireland, 1920, Deputy Governor, 1924; Director N. Assurance Co.; High Sheriff, Westmeath, 1922 and 1923; Peace Commissioner, IFS, 1924; JP and Deputy Lieut Westmeath; on Agricultural Wages Board, Ireland; Steward Turf Club and National Hunt, 1923

ROBERTS, Charles Hubert (died 1929), Temporary Assistant Physician Accoucheur St Bart’s Hospital; Senior Physician, Samaritan Free Hospital for Women, London, and Physician to In-Patients, Queen Charlotte’s Lying-in Hospital, London; Government Vaccinator to Queen Charlotte’s Hospital; Member Visiting Staff War Hospital, Epsom; Hon. Obstetric Physician, Lady Howard de Walden’s Maternity Home for Officers’ Wives; Hon. Gynæcologist Hostel St Luke for Poor Clergy, London; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine; late Hon. Secretary to Section on Obstetrics and Gynæcology, Royal Society of Medicine, 1913; Examiner in Midwifery and Gynæcology Conjoint Board, London; Examiner to Central Midwives Board, and Examiner in Obstetrics and Gynæcology, University of Sheffield, 1913

BURN, Joseph (1871 - 1950), Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; President and Director, Prudential Assurance Co.; Fellow and Past-President Institute of Actuaries; Past-President, London Insurance Institute; Fellow of the Surveyors’ Institute; Member, Royal Commission on Decimal Coinage; Vice-President Empire Rheumatism Council; Member Grand Committee St Thomas’ Hospital; Member Weekly Board, Management Committee and Finance Committee Royal Free Hospital; Member, General Council of Anglo-Belgian Union; Actuary of a number of Pension Funds

HEPBURN, Malcolm Langton (1866 - 1942), Ophthalmic Surgeon; Consulting Surgeon to the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital since 1910; late Dean of the Medical School (Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital); Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital, since 1913; Ex-President of the Ophthalmological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine; Hon. Secretary, Council of British Ophthalmologists; late Lecturer on Ophthalmology to London School for Medicine for Women; late Examiner in Ophthalmology Conjoint Board of Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians

 

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The value of exports when they are placed on a ship, lorry, or aeroplane to leave a country. Fob thus includes costs of production and of transport to the port of embarkation, but does not include the costs of freight and insurance in getting them to their foreign destination. Free on board is contrasted with the value of goods on arrival at a foreign port, which includes freight and insurance.

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