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Ship speeds during the Industrial Revolution: East India Company ships, 1770–1828

ARMSTRONG, (Harry) Gloster (1861 - 1938), Commercial Adviser to the Manchester Ship Canal Company

1384 Francis Buttram From on board the Royal African Company ship the Fauconborgh, 14 Jan. 1691/2

REDFORD, Donald Kirkman (1919 - 2006), DL; President, The Manchester Ship Canal Company, since 1986 (Managing Director, 1970–80; Chairman, 1972–86)

DAWSON, Frank Harold (1896 - 1972), Director, The Cunard Steam-Ship Company Ltd, 1950–62, retired (General Manager, 1950–59)

HOLLAND, Arthur (1842 - 1928), senior partner of Arthur Holland and Company, ship-owners and insurance brokers, 2 East India Avenue, EC

TISDALE, David (1835 - 1913), PC 1896; KC; MP Norfolk, Ontario, 1887–1908; President St Clair and Erie Ship Canal Company; Vice-President of the United Empire Loyalist Association for Ontario

Iris Bruijn. Ship's Surgeons of the Dutch East India Company: Commerce and the Progress of Medicine in the Eighteenth Century. Leiden: Leiden University Press, distributed by the University of Chicago Press. 2009. Pp. 388. $39.95

MILNE, James (1883 - 1958), formerly Director and General Manager Great Western Railway, 1929–47; Chairman: Ship Mortgage Finance Company; Director: Thos Cook & Sons Ltd, Bentworth Trust, Bedford Insurance, Nyasaland Railway, Coast Lines Ltd, Belfast Steamship Co

ESPLEN, John (1863 - 1930), late Director of Overseas Ship Purchase, Ministry of Shipping; Chairman of Esplen & Sons, Ltd, Liverpool, Esplen, Son & Swainston, Ltd, London; also on the Directorate of numerous other companies connected with shipping and shipbuilding

ROPNER, Leonard (1895 - 1977), Director: Sir R. Ropner & Company Ltd, Shipowners; British Ship-owners’ Assoc., and other cos; Member of Council of Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom since 1928, and of Tramp Shipping Committee since 1935

TAYLOR, Joseph Charlton (1913 - 1971), Chairman, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, since 1969 (Member since 1950); Vice-President, Docks and Harbours Authorities Association, 1969; Director, Cunard Steam-Ship Co. Ltd, and other companies

GRIERSON, John (1898 - 1964), public accountant and company director; Chairman of Directors: Bank of New Zealand; Mason Bros Ltd; Associated Engineering NZ, Ltd; C & A Odlin Timber & Hardware Co. Ltd; Wisemans, Ltd; John Henderson Ltd; Director, Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd, and other companies

JONES, William Llewellyn (1881 - 1950), Chairman and Managing Director of Lloyd’s Packing Warehouses Ltd; a Past President and for many years an Executive Director of Manchester Chamber of Commerce; Director: London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd; Manchester Ship Canal Co. and other Companies connected with transport, timber, paper and cloth working

BAILEY, William Henry (1838 - 1913), Chairman and Managing Director W. H. Bailey and Co. Limited, Albion Works, Salford; Director Manchester Ship Canal Company; Governor of the John Rylands Library, Manchester; President, Library Association of the United Kingdom, 1906–07; President of the Manchester Arts Club and of Manchester Shakespeare Society

LEES, (William) Clare (1874 - 1951), JP Cheshire; Chairman Bleachers’ Association, Limited; Director Manchester Ship Canal Company, Lloyd’s Packing Warehouses, Limited; Deputy Chairman of Martin’s Bank, Ltd; Chairman Phœnix Assurance Company (Manchester Board); and Martin’s Bank, Ltd (Manchester District Board); Vice-President of Court of Arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce and of Federation of British Industries; President Manchester and District Bankers’ Institute, 1939–43; Treasurer, Manchester University

CHAPLIN, (T. H.) Arnold (1864 - 1944), Consulting Physician, London Chest Hospital; late Medical Inspector, P. & O., British India, and New Zealand Shipping Companies; Fitzpatrick Lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians on the History of Medicine, 1917 and 1918; Harveian Librarian since 1918, Royal College of Physicians, Harveian Orator Royal College of Physicians, London, 1922; President, Section for History of Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1923–24; Chairman, Board of Trade Committee for the revision of the Scales of Drugs on board ship; President, Section History of Medicine, BMA Meeting at Oxford, 1936

STOKER, Robert Burdon (1859 - 1919), MP (C) S Manchester since 1918; Shipowner; Chairman and Managing Director of Manchester Liners, Ltd, 108 Deansgate, Manchester; Director of Manchester Ship Canal Co.; Chairman of SS Knutsford, Ltd, of Ocean Dry Docks Co., Ltd, Swansea, and Director of other Companies—Insurance, Shipping, and Engineering; JP County Palatine of Chester; President (1916, 1917, and 1918) of Manchester Chamber of Commerce

 

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