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ECKSTEIN, Frederick (1857 - 1930), late partner in firm of Wernher, Beit, & Co.; and for many years Chairman of the Sudan Plantations Syndicate

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CONNOR, Frank Powell (died 1954), late Surg.-Gen. with Government of Madras; late Prof. of Surgery and Surgeon to Medical College Hospital, Calcutta; late Fellow Calcutta University and Member of Syndicate; Examiner in Surgery

Charles Johanningsmeier. Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace: The Role of Newspaper Syndicates, 1860–1900. (Cambridge Studies in Publishing and Printing History.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1997. Pp. xi, 284. $54.95

WILE, Frederic William (1873 - 1941), American journalist, author and political columnist; Chief of Frederic William Wile News Syndicate, Washington; member editorial staff, Washington Star, since 1923; Berlin correspondent of The Daily Mail, New York Times, Chicago Daily News, Observer, etc. (1902–14); edited Germany Day by Day in Daily Mail during European War

GUTTERIDGE, Harold Cooke (1876 - 1953), President of the Society of Comparative Legislation; Emeritus Prof. of Comparative Law in the Univ. of Cambridge; Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; Member of Council of Senate, 1937–45, of the Financial Board, 1940–43, of the Press Syndicate, 1940–47, and of Septemviri; formerly Cassel Professor of Law and Dean of the Faculty of Laws in the University of London; Member of the Institute of International Law; David Murray Lecturer, University of Glasgow, 1950

PHILLOTT, Douglas Craven (1860 - 1930), Indian Army (retired); Lecturer in Hindustani, Cambridge University, since 1912; Secretary and Member, Board of Examiners Calcutta, 1905–12; Ex-Trustee and Treasurer, Indian Museum; Fellow of Calcutta University; Persian Lecturer, Calcutta University; President, Board of Studies in Arabic, Persian, and Urdu; and Member of the Syndicate, Calcutta University; General Secretary, Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1906–08; Philological Secretary, 1907–08; gold medallist, Persian; gold medallist, Urdu

 

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