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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
��Sydenham of Combe.
National Insurance of War Risks, 1906 ; Governor of Bombay, 1907-13 ; raised to the Peerage and took the title of Lord Sydenham, 1913; Honorary Colonel, 6th Australian Infantry; left India after the completion of his term of Governor of Bombay, 1914. Publications : Practical Geometry and Engi- neering Drawing ; The Princi- ples of Graphic Statics ! Plevna ; Perspective Explained and Illustrated : Fortifications, Past, Present and Future ; The Last Great Naval War ! the Navy and iihe Nation ; Imperial Defence ; Russia's Sea Power, Kinglake's Orimean War abridged Edn.; Contributions to Edinburgh, ■Quarterly. XIX Century, North American Review, etc. Reciea- tioiLs : Music and Painting. Ad- dress : 101, Onslow Square, S.W. Clubs : Athenaeum ; United Ser- vice.
Syed Ameer Hassan Sahib, M.L.C.,
Mysore, since 1913 ; Senior Assistant Commissioner (Retd). Address : Hassan, Mysore State.
Syed Hassan Imam, Bar-at-Law ; .Judge, High Court, Calcutta, since 1912. Address : Calcutta.
Syed Hussain Hyder, Hon'ble Khan Bahadur (1910) ; Honorary Magistrate, Comilla ; Member of the Committee for the Super- vision of Mahommedan Regis- ters, and Member of the Legisla- tive Council of Eastern Bengal and Assam, representing the Moslem community of Chitta- gong. Address : Com'illn, Tippe- rah, Bengal.
Syed Maharomud Sahib Bahadur, Hon'ble Nawab ; elected Mem- ber, Imperial Legislative Coun- 42(5
��cil, since 1913 ; ij. s. of late Shahzadi Shahrukh Begum, d. of Sultan Yasin, 4th s. of Tippu Sultan of Mysore ; Sheriff of Madras, 1896, bemg the 1st Mahomedan gentleman to be appointed to that position ; Member, Madras Legislative Council, 1900 ; re-appointed, 190i ; invited to Delhi Durbar, 1903; elected to the Imperial Legislative Council, 1903 ; took a leading part in the debates on the Universities, the Co-opera- tive Credit Societies, the Official Secrets and other important bills : has ever been active in promotmg- better feelings be- tween his co-religionists and other communities ; Chairman, Congress Reception Committee, 1903 ; President, Indian Na- tional Congress, 1913. Ad- dress: Humayoon Manzil, Peter's Road, Royapettah, Madras.
��Tabard. Rev. Vt. A.M. ; S.J.; M.A. M.R.A.S.; Chaplain, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Bangalore ; for some time Professor, St. Joseph's Col- lege, Bangalore ; President, Mythic Society, Bangalore. Ad- dress : Residency Road, Banga- lore.
Tagore, Abanindra Nath, CLE.; Vice-Principal, Govern ment School of Art, Calcutta, since 1905; Zemindar of Shahzadpur, Bengal; b. 1871; s. of Goonendra- nath Tagore ; g.g.s. of Dwarka Nath Tagore of Jorasank; educ: At home and at the Sanskrit Col- lege, Calcutta; distinguished painter; has taken much interest in reviving Indian artist; has trained many students in his