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Representative Assemblies

Representative Assemblies

Representative Assemblies

ATHERTON, Ray (1885 - 1960), retired alternate US Representative to UN General Assembly

ALY KHAN, Shah (1911 - 1960), Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations since 1958; Chairman, Pakistan Delegation and Vice-Pres. 13th Session, General Assembly; Vice-Chm. UN Peace Observation Commission from 1959; Representative of Pakistan to Geneva Office of UN

COURTENAY, (Woldrich) Harrison (1904 - 1982), QC 1974; Speaker, House of Representatives, Belize, (formerly British Honduras), 1963–74 (of Legislative Assembly, 1961–63); Chancellor of Anglican Diocese, since 1956, Registrar since 1946; Barrister-at-Law

Leslie-Melville, Ronald Ruthven (1835 - 1906), PC; DL, Keeper of the Privy Seal, Scotland, from 1900; Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland; Representative Peer for Scotland from 1892; Lieutenant for City of London

Cripps, Charles Alfred (1852 - 1941), PC 1914; KCVO 1908; KC 1890; MA; Lord President of the Council, 1924 and 1929–31; British Representative on the Council of the League of Nations, Geneva, and Delegate of the British Empire to the Assembly, 1924; Leader of the House of Lords, 1929–31; Member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, specially appointed, 1914

STEVENSON, Edward Daymonde (1895 - 1958), Purse-Bearer to the Lord High Commissioners to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland since 1930; Ensign, Royal Company of Archers, Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland, since 1955 (Brigadier, 1948); Usher of the Green Rod of the Order of the Thistle, 1953; Director: J. Smart & Co. (Contractors) Ltd; Morgan Lyons & Co., Ltd, Cairnton Trust & Finance Co. Ltd; The Investment and Property Trust Ltd; Coca-Cola Bottlers (Scotland) Ltd; Hunter Robertson & Co. Ltd; Scottish Television Ltd; Co-operative Permanent Building Society; Arcadia Nickel Corporation Ltd, Toronto (Representative in Europe)

 

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Appearing in the 13th c., representative assemblies were, throughout Western Christendom in the 14th and 15th cc., the scene of dialogue between the prince and the community. Princes had always ...

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