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Philadelphia Inquirer

Inquirer into the Wealth of Nations

Speech on Committee to Inquire into Imprisonment for Debt 12 May 1791

CURTIS, Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar (1850 - 1933), President the Curtis Publishing Co. and of Curtis-Martin Newspapers Inc; President of Philadelphia Inquirer Co.

TARRANT, William George (1853 - 1928), Unitarian Minister and Journalist; Editor of The Inquirer 1887–97, and since 1918

Other locutions: Knowing how to. The Inquirer and the Apprentice. ‘Knows how to’ compared with ‘can’—and with ‘knows that’

TRIGGS, William Henry (1855 - 1934), Member of the Legislative Council, 1918–32; Member of the Board of Public Health, New Zealand, 1908; Chairman of the Special Committee to inquire into Venereal Disease, 1922; also of the Special Committee into Mental Defectives, etc., 1924; Editor of The Press, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1895–1919; joined Board of Directors, 1909; President, New Zealand Institute of Journalists, 1900–01; Fellow English Institute of Journalists

CLEMOW, Frank Gerard (died 1939), late Physician to British Embassy, Constantinople; Delegate for Great Britain to the International Board of Health, Constantinople; and to Mixed Commission for Revision of the Ottoman Sanitary Tariff; British Delegate International Sanitary Conferences, Paris, 1903 and 1911–12; in charge of British Red Cross Missions to Montenegro, 1915–16, and to Roumania and Russia, 1916–17; Director of Serbian Relief Fund’s work in Serbia, 1918–19; Member of British Delegation at Lausanne Peace Conference, 1922–23; was British Representative on successive International Commissions to inquire into the sanitary defences of the coasts of Asia Minor, Syria, and Arabia, of the Hedjaz Railway, of Mesopotamia, and the Turco-Persian frontier; Member of British Medical Association; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine; Montenegrin Order of Danilo I.; Montenegrin Red Cross Medal; Russian Order of St Anne, 2nd class with swords, 1917

 

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A weekly WA journal of politics and literature, was established in 1840 under the editorship of Edmund Lochée. More lively in outlook and more alert to literature than its rival ...

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