2 edition of Sir William Hall-Jones, the last of the old liberals found in the catalog.
Sir William Hall-Jones, the last of the old liberals
Frederick George Hall-Jones
|Statement||by F. G. Hall-Jones.|
|LC Classifications||DU422.H35 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||72498266|
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According to Cook and Ramsden: "As so often when Lloyd George was involved, his old dynamism and energy brought a new sense of purpose. Within six months of his return, it seemed that at long last a real recovery was at hand." Between March and March the Liberals won six by-elections. Sir William Hall-Jones, KCMG (16 January - 19 June ) was the 16th Prime Minister of New Zealand from June until August He was the interim Prime Minister after the death of Richard Seddon and the return from overseas of Joseph Ward.
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Sir William Hall-Jones KCMG (16 January – 19 June ) was the 16th Prime Minister of New Zealand from June until August Hall-Jones entered parliament inlater becoming a member of the Liberal served as interim Prime Minister from the death of Richard Seddon to the return from overseas of Joseph -Jones was a mild mannered man with a fully earned Children: Fred Hall-Jones.
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Sir William retired as high commissioner on 31 May On his return to New Zealand in Prime Minister William Massey, the leader of Hall-Jones's political opponents, invited him to become a member of the Legislative Council.
He accepted and remained a member until his death in Sir William Hall-Jones, KCMG (16 January – 19 June ) was the 16th Prime Minister of New Zealand from June until August He was the interim Prime Minister after the death of Richard Seddon and the return from overseas of Joseph Ward.
Hall-Jones, Frederick G. (), Sir William Hall-Jones, the last of the old liberals, Invercargill, [N.Z.]: Hall-Jones Family Hamer, David A. (), The New Zealand Liberals: the years of power,Auckland, [N.Z.]: Auckland University Press, ISBNOCLC The Bateman New Zealand Encyclopedia, External links.
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Sir William Hall-Jones, (born Jan. 16,Folkestone, Kent, Eng.—died JWellington, N.Z.), politician and respected administrator who served for a short time as prime minister of New Zealand () and who later was appointed High Commissioner for New Zealand in the United Kingdom.
A carpenter by trade, Hall-Jones emigrated to New Zealand () and, enfranchised by. Hall-Jones, Frederick G. (), Sir William Hall-Jones, the Last of the Old Liberals, Invercargill: Hall-Jones and Sons CS1 maint: ref=harv ; McRobie, Alan ().
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New Zealand parliamentary election results, – () Sir William Hall Jones (* Januar in Folkestone, Kent; † Juni ) war ein neuseeländischer Politiker und vom Juni bis August kurzzeitig Premierminister von Neuseeland. Hall Jones wurde in Folkestone in der. Sir William George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt KC (14 October – 1 October ) was a British lawyer, journalist and Liberal statesman.
He served as Member of Parliament for Oxford, Derby then West Monmouthshire and held the offices of Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer under William Ewart Gladstone before becoming Leader of the Opposition.
Born inHall-Jones was the great–grandson of John Turnbull Thomson (–), a British architect and civil engineer who was the original surveyor of the city of Invercargill, the grandson of New Zealand prime minister Sir William Hall-Jones, and the son of Fred Hall-Jones, a community leader and historian.
He studied medicine at the University of Otago, graduating MB ChB in Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sir William Jones books online.
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Sir William Hall-Jones, KCMG (16 January – 19 June ) was the 16th Prime Minister of New Zealand from June until August He was the interim Prime Minister after the death of Richard Seddon and the return from overseas of Joseph Ward. Sir William Jones, British Orientalist and jurist who did much to encourage interest in Oriental studies in the West.
Of Welsh parentage, he studied at Harrow and University College, Oxford (–68), and learned Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, and. In Party of the People (a perfect companion to Grand Old Party by Lewis L.
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Kamat Last Updated: Septem The author pays tribute Sir William Jones, the great scholar and visionary, who came to India as a judge of the Supreme court, and with the help of Charles Wilkins, in started the Asiatic Society of Bengal and the journal Asiatic two institutions were instrumental in establishing the field of Indology - Ed.
He was born at Glasgow the son of William Muir (–), a merchant, and Helen Macfie (–). His older brother was John Muir. the Indologist and Sanskrit scholar. He was educated at Kilmarnock Academy, the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, and Haileybury College. In he entered the Bengal civil service.
Muir served as secretary to the governor of the North-West Provinces. William Hall-Jones Liberal F.G. Hall-Jones, Sir William Hall-Jones: the Last of the Old Liberals (Invercargill: Hall-Jones family, ), Joseph Ward −, − Liberal Reform R.A.
Loughnan, The Remarkable Life Story of Sir Joseph Ward: 40 Years a Liberal (Wellington: New Century Press, ), YOUNG, Sir WILLIAM, lawyer, politician, judge, and philanthropist; b.
8 Sept. in Falkirk, Scotland, son of John Young* and Agnes Renny; d. 8 May at Halifax, N.S. Although William Young and his younger brother George Renny* cherished the affection of their mother, it was their father, the well-known “Agricola,” who was altogether predominant in the formation of their characters.Looking for books by William Jones?
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