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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 Lahore by Ernest Reginald Hull 102807Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 LahoreErnest Reginald Hull (LAHLORENSIS)
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  • Service; Principal of the Mayo School of Art; curator of the museum at Lahore; Principal of the Government School of Art, Calcutta (1909-1927) Picturesque
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  • The Famous Fakir of Lahore by Claude Wade 55696The Famous Fakir of LahoreClaude Wade On the approach of the anointed time, according to invitation
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  • Hayavadana Rao Hansraj, Lalla, Lahore; one of the loading Arya Samajists of Lahore; Principal, Dayanand A.V. College, Lahore, Rtd., b. 1864; educ: Mission
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  • Pearls IX: Luffe Is Remembered X: An Unanswered Question XI: At the Gate of Lahore XII: On the Polo-ground XIII: The Inviduous Bar XIV: In the Courtyard XV:
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  • HenryThorntonThornton,_Thomas Henry18321913Colonial civil servant and writer on Lahore This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1912
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  • Government Press, Lahore; s. of late Lala Narain Dass; g.s. of Lala Ganpat Rai, at one time in charge of Military buildings in Lahore Cantonment after
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  • Imam Ali, Maulvi, B.A., Khan Bahadur, Lahore; entered Servic as Assistant Professor, Government College, Lahore, 1887; Probationer, Provincial Civil Service
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  • (1915) — Robson, SamuelC. Hayavadana Rao Robson, Samuel, M.A., Principal. Lahore College, India; educ: Edinburgh University; joined service in the educational
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  • stories, 29 were initially published in the '"Civil and Military Gazette" in Lahore, British India, (now in Pakistan) between November 1887 and June 1888.
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  • occupied successively the arduous and responsible posts of commissioner of the Lahore division in 1849, member of the board of administration, on which he succeeded
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  • Sutherland18571926Professor of English Literature, University of the Punjaub, Lahore. Articles attributed to this author in the Encyclopædia Britannica are designated
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  • Lahore Divinity College; school master and Evangelist; visited England, and stayed with the Church Army 1886; studied in the Divinity College, Lahore;
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  • Ali, B.A., Khan Sahib; Judge, Court of Small Causes, Lahore; born, 1866; educated at the Lahore Government-College: served as Professor of that College
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  • at the Hindu College, Vizagapatam; Christian College, Lahore, and the Government College, Lahore; joined the firm of Basant Ram and Sons, as partner, 1898;
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  • Punjab; b. 1874; educ: M.B. High School, Rewari, and Government College, Lahore; was awarded the Government of India scholarship; proceeded to England and
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  • Broome, undergrad. Trin. Coll., Camb., practises before the chief court Lahore, a student of the Inner Temple 7 June, 1870 (then aged 21), called to the
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  • Gunga Ram, C.I.E. (1903), M.V.O. (1911), M.I.M.E., M,I.G.E. Rai Bahadur, Lahore; s. of late Dauhit Ram; b. 1851; educ; Thomason College; joined service
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  • Robert Buckland1901 FRENCH, THOMAS VALPY (1825–1891), first bishop of Lahore, the eldest son of Peter French, vicar of Holy Trinity with Stretton, Burton-on-Trent
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  • is divided into 29 districts, grouped under the five divisions of Delhi, Lahore, Jullundur, Rawalpindi and Multan; while the native states vary in size
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