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in England and in the United States. 1911; triansferredas Chief Engineer, Delhi, 1912. Address : Delhi, India.
��Keene, Henry George, M. A. (Oxford), C. I. E. (1882), I. C. S. (retired); b. ■ 1825; e:s. of Rev. Keene, M.A.; ediic: Rugby; Oxford; and E. I. Coll, Hailevburv; joined I. G. S. 1847; served 'in N. W. P. for 35 years; retired, 1882; Follow, Calcutta University. Piihlictions: Fall of the Mughal Empire ; Madhava Rao Sind- hia (Rulers of India) ; History of India, 2nd ed ; A Servant of John Company; Hindu- stan under Free Lances ; and articles contributed to Dictionary of National Biography and Cham- b e r 3 ' s Encyclopaedia; edited Oriental Biographical Dictionary. Recreation: reading. Address; Buckleigh, Westward Ho, N. Devon.
��Keir, Major-General John Linde- say, C.B. (1908), Commanding South Midland Territorial Force ; s. of J.L. Keir, Fordlands, Bide- ford ; b. 185G; cduc; Wimbledon School, Woolwich; joined service in the Army, 1876; become Colonel. 1901; passed Staff Collga; special Service, South Africa, 1901-2; A.A.G.. India, 1905; service in South Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches, Brt. of Col, Queen's IMedal, 5 Clasps) : Commanding Allahabad Brigado, 1907-11 ; Won R. A. Gold Medal for Prize Essay, 1903 ; m. Alice Mary, d. of late F.I. Simpson of Baldock Herts. Rccrentums : Golf, polo, hunting. Club : United Service.
Keir Hardi, M. P.; b. ; 1857. Was a miner till he was twenty four;
��entered Parliament as Member for Westham and now represents Mer- ther Tydvile ; Chairman of the Labour party in the House till 1907 ; Is greatly interested in Ind;an political progress and is a Member of the London Indian Congress Party. Address.
14, Neville's Court, Fetter Lane, London, E. C.
Keith, Arthur BerriedaJe, M. A. D.
Litt. (Edin), D. C. L. (Oxon),, Regius Professor of Sanskrit and Comparative Philology, Edinburgh University : cduc. Edinburgh and Oxford Universities ; was Exami- ner for the Honors Oriental School at Oxford, for the Civil Service Commissioners ; Examiner in Sanskrit to the Edinburgh Uni^ versity ; was Assistant Secretary to the Imperial Conference, and Secretary to the Managing Com- mittee of the Tropical Diseases Bureait ; His book on "Responsi- ble Government in theDominions" has been made a text-book in the University of Australia and has^ has been cited in Austratian Par- liaments and Courts of Law- Address : Edinburgh, Scotland.
��Keith, Hon'ble, W. J. M. A., I. C.
S. ; Joined service, 1896 ; Ag. Chief Secretary to Government of Burma ; Member, Burma Legisla- tive Council, ex Officio ; Address : Rangoon, Burma.
��Kelsall, John, retired District and Sessions Judge ; educ ; University College, London ; Entered service, 1863; Student at the College, 1868; Passed in Telugu, 1864 ; Passed in Tamil, 1895 ; Probation- ary Assistant Superintendent of Police, 1865 ; Ag Proby Assistant Superintendent till 1867 ; Passed