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Werner Egk (1901—1983)

 

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Government Inspector, The (1836)

Government Inspector, The

BALLARD, Edward (1820 - 1897), retired Medical Inspector of Local Government Board

WILLCOCKS, G. Waller (died 1918), Chief Engineering Inspector, Local Government Board, 1902–13

ATKINS, Malcolm Ramsay (1881 - 1960), Part-time Inspector, Ministry of Housing and Local Government

MacCULLAGH, James Acheson (1854 - 1918), JP; Medical Inspector Local Government Board

TULLOCH, Hector (1835 - 1922), late Royal Engineers; late Chief Engineering Inspector, Local Government Board

MIVART, Frederick St George (died 1925), late Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board

GREY, Anthony (Dysart) (born 1949), former Inspector, Department of Industrial Affairs, Government of Western Australia

RUSSELL, Robert Tor (1888 - 1972), Chief Architect, Government of India; retired 1941; Chief Planning Inspector, Ministry of Housing and Local Government; retired 1954

MASON, Marianne Harriet (died 1932), Inspector of Boarding-out under the Local Government Board, 1885; Senior Inspector, 1898–1910; doyenne of all the women Inspectors in the Civil Service; retired on reaching age limit, 1910

CHURCHMAN, Allan Robert (1896 - 1970), DL; RAF retired; General Inspector, Ministry of Health and Local Government, Northern Ireland, 1946–61

WILSON, Alan (1896 - 1959), Chief Inspector of Audit, Ministry of Housing and Local Government, 1947–58, retd

EWART, John Murray (1884 - 1939), Indian Police; Inspector-General, Punjab, 1932; Director, Intelligence Bureau, Government of India, 1936

WEIGALL, Arthur Edward Pearse Brome (1880 - 1934), Egyptologist and author; late Inspector-General of Antiquities, Egyptian Government (retired, 1914)

BATES, Henry Thomas Roy (1902 - 1958), Chief Inspector of Audit, Ministry of Housing and Local Government, since 1958

 

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Opera in 5 acts by Egk to his own lib. based on play by Gogol (1836). Prod. Schwetzingen 1957; London (SW, New Opera Co.) 1958; NY City Opera 1980.

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