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INITIALS AND HEADINGS OF ARTICLES XI H. Ca. H. Ch. H. Cl. H. C. D. H. E. A. C. H. F. Ba. H. I. P. H. Jn. H. J. W. H. L. C. H. M. Sa. H.P. H. P.* H. P. G. H. P. W. H. Sa. H. Si. H. v. H. REV. HENRY CARTER. Member of British Central Licensing Control Board (Liquor Traffic), 1916-21. Author of The Control of the Drink Trade; The Church and the New Age; etc. HUGH CHISHOLM, M.A. Formerly Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Editor of the loth, nth and 1 2th editions of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Financial Editor of The Times, 1913-20. See the biographical article: CHISHOLM, HUGH. SIR HUGH CLIFFORD, G.C.M.G. Governor of Nigeria. In the Federated Malay States, 1883-1903; in the West Indies, 1903-7; in Ceylon, as Colonial Secretary, 1907-9. Administered the British Sphere of Occupation in Togoland throughout the World War. Author of Studies in Brown Humanity; Further India; The German Colonies; etc. HARRISON CLIFFORD DALE, A.M. Fellow of the American Geographical Society. Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of Idaho. Author of The Ashley-Smith Explorations and the Discovery of a Central Route to the Pacific : 1822-1829; etc - HENRY EVAN AUGUSTE COTTON, C.I.E., L.C.C. Formerly Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford, and Advocate of the High Court at Calcutta. Author of Calcutta Old and New. Late Editor of India. HENRY FREDERICK BAKER, Sc.D., F.R.S. Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry, Cambridge. John's College, Cambridge. Liquor Laws and Liquor Con- trol: United Kingdom. English Literature (in part); Finance ; George V. ; Holden, SirE.H.; Montessori System. Gold Coast; Nigeria. Idaho. Gandhi, M. K. Fellow of St. < Mathematics: Geometry. HERBERT INGRAM PRIESTLEY, M.A., PH.D. Associate Professor of Mexican History and Librarian of the Bancroft Library, University of California. Author of Jose de Gdlvez, Visitor-General of New Spain; etc. SIR HERBERT JACKSON, K.B.E., F.R.S. Director of Research, British Scientific Instruments Research Association. Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of London. H. J. WILSON, C.B., C.B.E. HUGH LONGBOURNE CALLENDAR, M.A., LL.D., C.B.E., F.R.S. Professor of Physics in the Imperial College of Science, South Kensington. Author of Properties of Steam; Thermodynamic Theory of Turbines. HERBERT MITCHELL SANDERS, M.A. Assistant Secretary to the Board of Inland Revenue. Assistant Secretary to the Royal Commission on the Income Tax, 1919-20. HENRI PIRENNE. Rector of the University of Ghent. Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium and of the Institute of France. Corresponding Member of the Royal Historical Society. Author of Histoire de Belgique; etc. HUGO PREUSS, DR. JURIS. Formerly Lecturer at the University of Berlin and Professor Public Law at the Berlin University College of Commerce. Municipal Deputy and Municipal Councillor in Berlin. After the Revolution Secretary of State for the Interior and Minister of the Interior for the Reich up to the German acceptance of the Peace of Versailles. Member of the Prussian Constituent Assembly and of the first Diet of the Republic of Prussia. Bore the leading part in drafting, and carrying through the Constituent Assembly of the Reich, the new Republican Constitution of Germany. Author of Das deutsche Volk und die Politik ; etc. HARRY PIRIE-GORDON, D.Sc., M.A. Served in the World War. Deputy Governor of Jerusalem, 1918. Editor of A Brief Account of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. HENRY PARKER WILLIS, PH.D. Professor of Banking in Columbia University. Director of Research, Federal Reserve Board. Author of American Banking; The Federal Reserve; etc. HIROSI SAITO, M.A. Secretary of Embassy and Consul in the Japanese Diplomatic and Consular Service. Member of the Japanese Delegation to the Peace Conference in Paris, 1919, and to other Inter-Allied and International Conferences in Europe, 1919-21. H. SINZHEIMER. Professor in the University of Frankfort-on-Main. MAJOR-GENERAL HANS VON HAEFTEN. Late General Staff, German Army. Director in the Archives of the Reich. Formerly member of the Historical Section of the Great General Staff. During the World War a General Staff Officer with the troops. Representative of the Supreme Command at the Foreign Office, 1918. Guatemala; Honduras; Huerta; Madero; Mexico; Nicaragua; Obregon. Glass (in part). /Labour Legislation: United
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