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In Honour of the City


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George Dyson (1883—1964) composer and music administrator

 

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Frances Andrews, Christoph Egger, and Constance M. Rousseau, editors. Pope, Church and City: Essays in Honour of Brenda M. Bolton. (The Medieval Mediterranean: Peoples, Economies and Cultures, 400-1500, number 56.) Boston: Brill. 2004. Pp. xxxvii, 398. $161.00

Wakefield, Charles Cheers (1859 - 1941), presented to National Portrait Gallery collection of portraits of British and Empire soldiers and statesmen of the Great War by Orpen and Sargent, 1933; also presented the Orpen Portrait of M. Paul Hymans to the Belgian Nation; purchased and presented to the Prime Minister for the British Museum, Nelson’s personal Log-Book with entries carried to the eve of Trafalgar; also previously presented to the Guildhall Nelson’s Sword of Honour given him with the Freedom of the City; presented early English manuscript, Great Chronicle of London to the Guildhall Library, together with a limited edition of a reprint thereof, 1934; Trustee, The Sir John Soane’s Museum; President Dickens Fellowship, 1927–29; twice President Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund; Chairman, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund; President Aldwych Club, 1925–27; PGW in English Freemasonry; Sheriff of the City of London, 1907–08

OLIVER, Thomas (1853 - 1942), DL Northumberland; JP for city and county Newcastle-upon-Tyne; with aid of Local Committee raised in 1914 the Tyneside Scottish Brigade (20th-23rd Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers); Consulting Physician, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle; Ex-President of University of Durham College of Medicine, Newcastle; Knight of Grace Order St John of Jerusalem, 1924; Chevalier Legion of Honour, 1929; gold medal Ministry of Public Assistance, France, 1924; late Professor of Physiology, Durham; Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Durham; late Medical Expert, Dangerous Trades Committee, Home Office; Hon. President, International Congress of Accidents and Industrial Diseases, Geneva, 1931

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

 

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Cantata by Dyson, setting of poem by William Dunbar (1465–1520), f.p. Lincoln 1928.

Subjects: Music.


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