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Convention between Prussia and Russia respecting the Steam Mail Packet Service between Stettin and St. Petersburg, signed at St. Petersburg, 19 June (1 July) 1843

Convention between Brazil and France for a Service of Mail Ships, signed at Rio de Janeiro, 21 November 1843

VENABLES, Richard William Ogilvie (1928 - 2005), Member of Council and Board, Direct Mail Services Standards Board, 1983–95

FOSS, Kathleen (1925 - 2002), Member of Board, since 1983 and Chairman, since 1989, Direct Mail Services Standards Board

Treaty between Prussia and Sweden-Norway for a Mail-Ship service between Stockholm and Stettin and Ystad and Stralsund, signed at Berlin, 25 March 1861

SEMPLE, John (Laughlin) (born 1940), Head of Northern Ireland Civil Service, 1997–2000; Director, Northern Ireland Affairs for Royal Mail Group (known as Consignia, 2001–02), 2001–06

European University Institute (Academic Service of the European University Institute, Badia Fiesolana, Via Dei Roccettini 9, 1-50016 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) – Tel: (39-55) 468 53 73, Fax: (39-55) 468 54 44, e-mail: applyres@datacomm.iue.it.)

EVANS, Murland de Grasse (1874 - 1946), Major, late 5th London Brigade, RFA; Staff Lieut (1st class) 1915; Member of the International Commission for the purchase of supplies for the Allies, 1916–17; Member of the Royal Institution; Member of the Shipwright’s Company; Rector of Tittleshall with Godwick and Wellingham since 1940; one of HM’s Lieutenants for the City of London; Order of the Medjidieh, 2nd Class, of Takovo (Serbia), and of St Stanislas; sometime a member of the firm of Donald Currie and Co., Managers of the Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, Ltd; inaugurated the first All-British Steamship Service round Africa, 1910

CHISHOLM, William Wilson (1854 - 1935), JP City of Sheffield; retired advisory editor of Sheffield Independent and Sheffield Mail, and Director of Sheffield Independent Press Co., Ltd; Chairman of Maltby Main Mine Disaster Relief Fund; Trustee of Sheffield Savings Bank; Chairman Convalescent and after care Committee of Sheffield Joint Hospitals Council; Member of Executive of National Trust controlling the Longshaw estate; Member of Committee of Allotments for Unemployed; Regional Member of British Hospitals Association; Member of Committee of Council for the Preservation of Rural England (Sheffield and Peak District); Member of Board of Sheffield Children’s Hospital; Chairman, Sheffield Council Social Service; President, Ecclesall Parliamentary Division Liberal Association

MAXWELL, (Ian) Robert (1923 - 1991), Chairman, Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd (publisher of Daily Mirror, Daily Record, Sunday Mail, Sunday Mirror, The People, Sporting Life, Sporting Life Weekender, since 1984); Publisher and Editor in Chief, The European, since 1990; Founder and Publisher, Pergamon Press, Oxford, New York and Paris, 1949–91; Publisher: Magyar Hirlap; Moscow News (English edition), since 1988; Chairman and Chief Executive: Maxwell Communication Corporation plc (formerly The British Printing & Communication Corporation plc), since 1981; Macmillan Inc., since 1988; Chairman: Mirror Colour Print Ltd (formerly British Newspaper Printing Corporation plc), since 1983; British Cable Services Ltd (Rediffusion Cablevision), since 1984; Pergamon Media Trust plc, since 1986; Maxwell Pergamon Publishing Corporation plc (formerly Pergamon BPCC Publishing Corporation plc), since 1986; MTV Europe, since 1987; Maxwell Communication Corporation Inc., NY, since 1987; Macmillan Foundation, since 1988; Pergamon AGB plc (formerly Hollis plc), since 1988 (Director, since 1982); Maxwell Macmillan Pergamon International Publishing; Berlitz International Inc., since 1988; Scitex Corporation Ltd, Israel, since 1988; Thomas Cook Travel Inc., since 1989; Official Airline Guides Inc., since 1989; President, State of Israel Bonds (UK), since 1988


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