1 edition of The life of General Sir Charles Warren found in the catalog.
The life of General Sir Charles Warren
W. W. Williams
Bibliographical references included in preface.
|Statement||by his grandson Watkin W. Williams. With a foreword by the Earl of Clarendon|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 450 p.|
|Number of Pages||450|
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Get this from a library. The life of General Sir Charles Warren, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., F.R.S., colonel commandant, Royal Engineers. [W W Williams]. The life and times of General Sir Charles Warren are well documented via his own numerous publications, and that of his grandson Watkin W. Williams, as well as in various publications of his exploits in Palestine, Egypt, Africa and Singapore through the.
WARREN, SIR CHARLES° (–), British army officer, police commissioner, and entered service in the Royal Engineers in He carried out a survey of Gibraltar from to and conducted excavations at Jerusalem from to Together with C.R.
*Conder, he published the results of the survey of western Palestine which Conder had completed in. The life of General Sir Charles Warren, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., F.R.S., colonel commandant, Royal Engineers by Watkin Wynn Williams (Book) Yerushalayim shel maṭah: sipur meḥḳarah shel ʻIr ha-Ḳodesh, ha-masaʻ be-ʻEmeḳ ha-Yarden u-viḳur etsel ha-Shomronim by Charles Warren (Book).
Life. A son of Richard Warren, and nephew of John Warren, he was brother to John Warren the Dean of Bangor, Pelham Warren the physician, and Frederick Warren; and so uncle to John's children Sir Charles Warren, and John Warren the mathematician.
He was educated at Westminster School and Jesus College, Cambridge, which he entered inmatriculating inand graduating B.A. in. The private life of Warren Hastings: first Governor-General of India Sir Charles Allen Lawson, Charles Lawson (Sir.) Full view - School eBook Library - eBooks.
The Private Life of Warren Hastings, First Govenor. Sir Charles Warren and Spion Kop, With a Biographical Sketch 'Defender' (pseud.). Smith, Elder and Co., Sir Charles Warren's much-publicized failure at Spion Kop, during the Boer War, is the subject of the majority of this book.
A short biographical sketch, covering Warren's life up to about is included as the first chapter. Sir Charles Warren MEETINGS BANNED IN THE SQUARE. Mathews, however, prevaricated on so-doing, and Warren was forced to allocate 2, policemen each weekend to be on hand to keep order in the Square.
Matthews finally made the decision to grant Warren’s request in early November ; and Warren set about enforcing it forthwith. Sir Henry Clinton / drawn from life by C. Corbould ; engraved by Chs. Warren.
Summary General Sir Henry Clinton, head-and-shoulders portrait, wearing uniform, facing slightly left, in oval. Contributor Names Warren, Charles Turner,engraver. General Sir Charles Warren, British soldier, Warren () was an officer in the British Royal Engineers.
In later life he was Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, the head of the London Metropolitan Police, from toduring the period of the Jack the Ripper murders. The private life of Warren Hastings, first govenor-general of India; Item Preview Charles Allen, Sir, Publication date Topics Hastings, Warren, Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats.
General Sir Charles Warren, (7 February – 21 January ) was an officer in the British Royal Engineers. He was one of the earliest European archaeologists of the Biblical Holy Land, and particularly of the Temple Mount.
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