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KING, Charles Albert (1853 - 1922), Comptroller and Accountant-General of Post Office, 1901–19

36 By the King. Orders for thorow Posts, and Curriers, riding in Post in our affairs.1 [London before 25 March 1604]

J. E. KING, A History of post‐Keynesian Economics Since 1936, Cheltenham, Elgar, 2002, pp. vii + 316

80 By the King. [A Proclamation confirming Matthew de Quester as Foreign Post Master.] [Westminster 20 January 1628]

162 By the King. A Proclamation concerning the Post-master of England for Forreigne parts. [Oatlands 19 July 1632]

100 By the King. Orders decreed upon for the furtherance of our service, as well in writing, as riding in Post; specially set down, and commanded to be observed, where our Posts are established within our County of Kent. [Greenwich 15 May 1609]

309 By the King. A Proclamation concerning the sequestration of the Office of Post-master for forraign parts, and also of the LetterOffice of England, into the hands of Philip Burlamachi of London, Merchant. [Oatlands 6 August 1640]

37 By the King. Orders for the Posts of our Realms, and for all men to observe and obey in the speedy carriage of Packets, directed for our affairs. [London before 25 March 1604]

SNEDDEN, David King (born 1933), Chairman, Trinity International Holdings, 1994–98 (Chief Executive and Managing Director, 1982–93; Deputy Chairman, 1993–94); Chairman, Liverpool Daily Post and Echo, 1985–96

COLE, Leslie Barrett (1898 - 1983), Hon. Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge; Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge, 1949–66; Dean of Post Graduate Medical School, University of Cambridge, 1957–65

WHITING, Arthur John (died 1941), Consulting Physician to the Prince of Wales’s General Hospital, London, N; Consulting Physician to King Edward Memorial Cottage Hospital, Hendon, NW; Physician to the City Dispensary; Vice-President, late Hon. Secretary, Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association, London

FIRTH, Arthur Charles Douglas (died 1948), Secretary to Committee appointed by University of Cambridge to organise post-graduate education in the Eastern Counties for medical officers returning from HM Forces; Fellow (supernumerary) Trinity Hall, Cambridge; Consulting Physician, King’s College Hospital and Emeritus Lecturer in Medicine, King’s College Hospital Medical School; Consulting Physician Victoria Hospital for Children, Edenbridge and District, Oxted and Limpsfield, West Herts and Norwood Cottage Hospitals, and the Warehousemen, Clerks and Drapers Schools; lately Principal MO to Alliance Insurance Co., North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., and National Provident Institution; Hon. Captain RAMC

TURNER, George Grey (1877 - 1951), Emeritus Professor of Surgery in the Universities of Durham and London; Director of Dept of Surgery at the British Post-graduate Hospital and Medical School, 1934–46; Consulting Surgeon Royal Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor and Tynemouth Infirmary; Member of Council, 1926–50 (Vice-Pres. 1937–39) Royal College of Surgeons of England; a trustee of the Hunterian Collection, RCS; Hunterian Prof. RCS; Bradshaw Lecturer, 1935; Hunterian Orator, 1945; Perpetual Student, St Bartholomew’s Medical College; Major, RAMC (T)

 

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A post which rests on a tie beam and extends upwards to a ridge‐pole. This method of supporting a roof‐truss was common in the northern half of England.

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