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124 Advice and petition to the House of Lords concerning Samuel Hall 19 May 1647

ROWE, Robert Stewart (1920 - 2009), Director, Leeds City Art Gallery and Temple Newsam House, 1958–83 (and also of Lotherton Hall, 1968–83)

BLACKSHAW, William (1866 - 1953), late Co-Warden and Director of Studies of Mansfield House University Settlement, Fairbairn Hall, E13

XVII. Queen Elizabeth’s entertainment atClare-Hall, King’s college, Trinity Hall,Gonville & Caius college, Trinity college,S. John’s college, Christi college, Corpus Christicollege, Pembroke-Hall, Peter-House, Queen’s college & Katherine- Hall, on Wednesday, 9. August, 1564

Anderson, John (1882 - 1958), Chairman of Directors of Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Chairman, the Royal Ballet; Chairman, British Postgraduate Medical Federation; Visitor of Bedford College; Chairman Council of Toynbee Hall; Member BBC General Advisory Council

95 By the King. A Proclamation forbidding the Lodging of any Strangers, or His Majesty's owne Servants, in His Palaces of White-Hall, and Denmarke-house, in the time of the absence of His Majestie, and His Royall Consort the Queen, from those houses. [Portsmouth 23 July 1628]

BROSTER, Lennox Ross (died 1965), Surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Chesham, Luton and Dunstable Hospitals, Church Army; formerly Surgeon, Queen’s Hospital for Children; Governor of London House and of Sister Trust; Member: Management Committee Dominion Students Hall Trust and Sister Trust; Council, British Postgraduate Medical Federation, Academic Council; Management Committee, Post Graduate Medical School, Hammersmith; Medical Appeal Tribunal

couldn’t blow the froth off a glass of beer, find a grand piano in a one-roomed house, knock the dags off a sick canary, knock the skin off a rice pudding, pick a seat at the pictures, tell the time if the town hall clock fell on top of him, train a choko vine over a country dunny

CRUTCHLEY, Brooke (1907 - 2003), Printer of the University of Cambridge, 1946–74; Fellow of Trinity Hall, 1951–73, Emeritus Fellow, 1977 (Vice-Master, 1966–70); Honorary Fellow of St Edmund’s College (formerly St Edmund’s House), Cambridge, since 1980

Onslow, Richard William Alan (1876 - 1945), Chairman of Committees and Deputy Speaker House of Lords, 1931–44; President, Society for Empire Fauna Protection; Colonel in Army (Retired); President, General Lying In Hospital; Central National Service Committee, 1939; President, Council of Albert Hall, 1934–43; Trustee, Beit Memorial Fellowships, since 1928

CROSSLEY, Julian (Stanley) (1899 - 1971), Director, Barclays Bank Ltd, Barclays Bank DCO (Chairman, 1947–64); Chairman, Dominion Students’ Hall Trust; Governor (Vice-President, 1960–66), Wellington College; Governor, Queen Elizabeth House; Vice-President, Commonwealth Institute; Hon. Treasurer, The Pilgrims Society of Great Britain

LLOYD, William (1874 - 1948), FFSc; Aural and Laryngeal Surgeon to Music Hall Benevolent Home; late House Surgeon, London Throat Hospital; late Surgeon in charge of the Nose, Ear, and Throat Department, Kensington General Hospital and St Pancras and Great Northern Dispensary; late Senior Clinical Assistant Nose, Ear, and Throat Department London Hospital, E; late Hon. Aural and Laryngeal Surgeon, Music Hall Artistes Benevolent Home, and Eccentric Club Hostels for limbless soldiers, etc

Denison-Pender, John Jocelyn (1907 - 1965), Governor, Cable and Wireless (Holding) Ltd; Chairman: Cables Investment Trust Ltd; Globe Telegraph and Trust Co. Ltd; African Direct Telegraph and Trust Co. Ltd; Eastern and South African Investment Trust Co. Ltd; Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Second Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Third Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Electra House Ltd; Director: Direct Spanish Telegraph Co. Ltd; Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd; Pres., Royal Albert Hall, since 1952; Vice-Chm. Board of Governors of Charing Cross Hosp., since 1960

 

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Obsolete term for an open hall.

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