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General Issues Relating to Chapters 8 Through 14 of the Workbook

General and Particular Jurisprudence: Three Chapters in a Story*

LAMPORT, Stephen (Mark Jeffrey) (born 1951), DL; Chapter Clerk and Receiver General, Westminster Abbey, since 2008

BURDEN, David Leslie (born 1943), Chapter Clerk and Receiver General, Westminster Abbey, 1999–2008

Chapter 18 of The General Theory ‘further analysed’: economics as a way of thinking

FITZPATRICK, Bartholomew (1847 - 1925), Vicar-General, Dublin, and Dean of the Chapter; Priest of St Kevin’s, Dublin

TWISS, George Edward (1856 - 1921), Hon. Secretary Southampton Centre St John Ambulance Association; member chapter General Order of St John and Ambulance Committee

O’HANLON, James (1840 - 1921), Vicar-General of Birmingham and Provost of the Chapter since 1905

The Chartae of the Carthusian General Chapter 1217–1437: A Supplement (MS. Grande Chartreuse 1 Cart. 16). Edited by John Clark.

The General Legal Framework Governing the Process of a Delegation by the UN Security Council of its chapter VII Powers

ATKINSON, Thomas Dinham (1864 - 1948), Architect in general practice and to the Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral and formerly to the Warden and Fellows of Winchester College

BRUCE-PORTER, (Harry Edwin) Bruce (1869 - 1948), Knight of Grace and Member of Chapter General of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, England; DL County of London

ANWYL-PASSINGHAM, Augustus Mervyn Owen (1880 - 1955), DL 1927; JP Middlesex; Knight of St John of Jerusalem; Officer Crown of Italy; Member Chapter General, Order of St John of Jerusalem

DUNNE, Patrick (1891 - 1988), Auxiliary Bishop of Dublin, (RC), 1946; Titular Bishop of Nara; Parish Priest of St Mary’s Haddington Road, Dublin; Dean of the Metropolitan Chapter; Vicar-General

CRAVEN, George L. (1884 - 1967), Vicar General of the Westminster Archdiocese, Titular Bishop of Sebastopolis and Auxiliary to the Archbishop of Westminster since 1947; Provost of the Metropolitan Cathedral Chapter of Westminster since 1957; Assistant at the Pontifical Throne since 1964

 

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A canonical meeting of the heads and representatives of a religious order or congregation, especially to elect new superiors and deal with business concerning the whole order.

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