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The Correspondence of Sir Ernest Satow, British Minister in Japan, 1895-1900 - Volume Three By Ian Ruxton (ed.)
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LARGE PAPERBACK. This book contains part of the voluminous work-related private correspondence sent to Sir Ernest Satow while he was Her Britannic Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister... More > Plenipotentiary in Japan (1895-1900) from the Satow Papers held at The National Archives, Kew, London, transcribed and published in full from mostly handwritten originals with annotations added by the editor for scholars and researchers. This is Volume Three, and it includes letters from British diplomatic representatives elsewhere, colonial and India authorities, Royal Navy officers, Japanese government officials, foreign representatives in Tokyo and miscellaneous letters. (Both previous volumes are available on lulu.com.)< Less
AN HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
An Honourable Gentleman: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A. Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
An Honourable Gentleman: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A. Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
AN HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
AN HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
AN HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002 By Clive A Lincoln
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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her... More > husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate to have known him.< Less
William Shepherd b 1731 Plymouth Devon Descendants in England and Australia By Alma Wallace
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Two brothers, Sidney and Benjamin Shepherd came to Australia from England between 1851 and 1866. My research showed that they came from a wealthy family which goes back to my grandson's six times... More > great grandfather, William Shepherd b 1791 who describes himself as a Merchant. He had a Woollen and Leather Manufacturing Company and was a ship owner employing 4000 people in Plymouth, Devon. There is a gravestone in Gympie Two Mile Cemetery in Queensland, Australia. The names on the gravestone include the past family names of the previous generations. Quite a lot of the descendants were employed by the British East India Company, always high ranking. William married Ann Seville whose family held the Family Seat at Mexborough in Yorkshire. William’s grandson was Joseph Shepherd whose first wife was Ann Bellasis. Ann Bellasis grandfather was Major General John Bellasis of Long Marton in Westmorland. He was the Commander of the East India Company Forces in Bombay, India.< Less
In Macao By Charles A. Gunnison
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In Macao by Charles A. Gunnison. Gothic Tale about the multicultural living in Macao, first published in 1892. I was seated one pleasant day in the garden, which was given to the city of Macao by... More > the Marcos family, near the grotto sacred to the poet Camoens, when a Portuguese priest came from among the wilderness of flowers and sat beside me. He spoke English with a pleasant accent and we read Bowring's effusion together, as it is engraved on the marble slab nearby. Scarcely had we finished, and the father was telling me of Goa in India, when my uncle Robert came from beneath the great banyan tree and stood before us. The father jumped to his feet, and throwing back his brown robe, rushed forward toward my uncle with a stilletto held ready for an upward stroke. Quickly my uncle drew a revolver and fired—and the father fell dead at my feet.< Less
The Relief of Chitral By G. J. (George John) Younghusband
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Lieutenant Colonel Sir Francis Edward Younghusband, KCSI KCIE (31... More > May 1863 – 31 July 1942) was a British Army officer, explorer, and spiritual writer. He is remembered for his travels in the Far East and Central Asia; especially the 1904 British expedition to Tibet, led by him, and for his writings on Asia and foreign policy. Younghusband held positions including British commissioner to Tibet and President of the Royal Geographical Society. Francis Younghusband was born in 1863 at Murree, British India to a British military family, being the brother of Major-General George Younghusband and the second son of Major-General John W. Younghusband and his wife Clara Jane Shaw. Clara's brother, Robert Shaw, was a noted explorer of Central Asia. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Younghusband< Less