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Secretary of State: -THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, K.G., P.C., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.
Private Secretaries:-E. H. Marsh, C.B., C.M.G., C. V.O., W. C. Hankinson, M.C., The Marquis
of Hartington, M.B.E., Major R. D. Furse, D.S.O. (Appointments),
A. F. Newbolt (Appointment), and G. N. Irby (Appointments).
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State :-HON. W. G. A. ORMSBY-GORE, M.P.
Private Secretary:-E. B. Boyd.

Permanent Under-Secretary of State :-SIR JAMES E. MASTERTON SMITH, K. C.B.
Private Secretary:-S. M. Campbell.

Political, Constitutional and Military Questions, General Supervision, Papers on subjects before submission to the Secretary of State.


Assistant Under-Secretary of State :-C. T. DAVIS, C.M.G.

Business connected with Canada, Australia, Union of South Africa, New Zealand, Newfoundland, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, Rhodesia, Basutoland, Bechuanaland Protectorate, Swaziland, Fiji; Western Pacific, including Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, Tonga, New Hebrides Condominium, Pitcairn and other islands; Nauru, Tristan da Cunha. General and Miscellaneous correspondence on matters affecting the Dominions. Correspondence with regard to the Imperial Conference and matters arising therefrom.

J. F. N. Green.

E. J. Harding, C.M.G.

H. F. Batterbee, C.M.G.,


C. W. Dixon, M.B.E.

H. N. Tait.

G. A. Jones.

L. B. Freeston.*

J. E. Stephenson.

N. E. Archer.

C. R. Price.

M. E. Antrobus,*

L. J. Barnes.

G. H. Creasy.


Assistant Under-Secretarics of State SIR HERBERT J. READ, K.C.M.G., C.B.

SIR GILBERT E. A. GRINDLE, K.C.M.G., C.B. Business connected with Colonies and Protectorates and Mandated Territories except those mentioned under Dominions Division and Middle East Division.


Jamaica, Turks Islands, British Honduras, E. R. Darnley.
British Guiana, Bahamas, Bermuda, Trini- -R. A. Wiseman.
dad, Barbados, Windward Islands, Leeward H. T. Allen.
Islands and Falkland Islands.


Hong Kong, Weihaiwei, Straits Settlements, A. E. Collins, C.M.G.
Malay States. Business connected with
the Protected States of Sarawak and North

Ceylon, Mauritius, Seychelles and St. Helena.
Gambia, Sierra Leone, Gold Coast, Ashanti,
Northern Territories of the Gold Coast,
British Sphere of Togoland, Gibraltar,
Malta and Cyprus.

H. Beckett.

H. R. Cowell.
O. G. R. Williams.

W. D. Ellis, C.M.G.
A. Cooke.
A. J. Dawe.

R. R. Sedgwick.
A. Bevir.

J. J. Paskin, M.C.
G. E. J. Gent, D.S.O.,

P. A. Clutterbuck,

A. B. Acheson.

* Employed on business connected with the Irish Free State.

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Assistant Under Secretary of State :-Sir John E. Shuckburgh, K.C.M.G., C.B. †† (temporary). Business connected with Iraq, Palestine, Aden, and Arab areas under British influence

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Library:-E. E. Wilkinson, M.B.E. (Librarian), W. R. Shipway (Registrar of Colonial Laws), E. B. Burley (Assistant Librarian), F. Kennedy, W. H. Churms, P. M. Williams, H. Garton. Registry-W. F. Westbrook (Chief Registrar), E. R. Edmonds, T. Whiddington, R. B. Gray.‡ Colonies Sub-Registries:-No. 1 (West African): G. Venning, H. W. Thompson, E. Lesster, W. D. Cooper, P. Maynard, R. A. Brown, F. B. Hart. (East African and Mediterranean): H. F. Wood, S. F. Whitcombe, J. E. King, H. T. Ashworth, G. Blackett, H. W. Hart. ‡ No. 2 (Eastern and West Indian): A. H. Boyd, S. A. Pilbeam, R. F. Jenkins, G. J. Lunnon, R. A. Thorne, H. A. Theobald, W. V. C. White, Miss E. E. Scotland, Miss B. Macpherson, Miss W. Burton.

Dominions Sub-Registry :-W. E. Hobson, M.B.E., G. C. Green, H. I. H. Titchener, T. J. Hardy, S. W. Smith, S. Leadbetter, L. Martindale, F. R. Stapley, G. Green, H. E. Barnes, R. A. Chalkley, G. E. Bailey.

Temporarily serving.

a Seconded temporarily from Indian Army.

§ Seconded temporarily from Foreign Office.

++ Seconded temporarily from India Office.

Seconded temporarily from the Board of Education.

** Seconded temporarily from the War Office.


Middle East Sub-Registry:-E. Fleming, A. E. Gaunt, S. F. Chandler, G. Bryant, P. R.
Clipsham, E. Wall.

Military Sub-Registry:-F. H. McLean, H. F. W. Nash, E. N. Horne, A. H. Jordan,
W. J. Muston,

Telegraph Section:-W. E. Noall, R. H. Burt, J. Carden, W. P. Fleming, B. D. Edmonds, C. J. Dabner, Miss C. Peach.

Despatch Section:-A. E. Reynolds, F. Farmer, D. J. E. Harris, Miss I. M. Powell, F. W. Leake,

B. Nickalls, R. Eastleigh, A. W. Baney.‡

Revision of Records :-W. H. Bickle, G. W. Henlen.

Printing:-T. Wilson, I.S.O.; J. H. S. Christian, M.C.; Miss M. E. Thompson, Miss A. Cope.‡
Copying-A. W. May, M. B.E., Miss M. McGavin, M.B.E., and Lady Typists.


Preparation of Parliamentary Estimates; accounting for Parliamentary Votes administered by Colonial Department; Correspondence in respect of such Votes and other matters affecting Imperial Finance, Receipts, Payments, etc.

W. H. Eggett, I.S.O., O.B.E.
M. J. Dray son.
V. H. Boyse.
H. Palmer.

C. G. W. Laurence.
F. J. Ireland.

C. F. Haddrill.
P. H. Perkins.

C. D. Grant.

A. Cattanach.
F. Woods.
R. G. Wall-Row.

Personal Adviser to the Secretary of State on Business questions: Sir James Stevenson, Bart., G.C.M.G.


Sir J. S. Risley, K. C.M.G., C.B., K.C. (Legal Adviser), H. G. Bushe (Legal Assistant).


His Majesty's Government have found it necessary to undertake closer responsibility than In order to assist them they have exercised in the past in connection with the movements of British subjects wishing to settle overseas within the Empire, or to emigrate to foreign countries. in carrying out their policy they appointed a Committee at first known as "The Government Emigration Committee," now renamed "The Oversea Settlement Committee."

The Committee, which was established in January, 1919, is composed as follows:President-The Secretary of State for the Colonies. Chairman-The Hon. W. G. A. Ormsby-Gore, P.M (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Colonies). Deputy Chairman-Major A. Boyd Carpenter, M.P. (Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Labour).

Vice-Chairman-T. C. Macnaghten, C.M.G., C.B.E. (Colonial Office).

Earl of Airlie.

J. Ambrose.

G. E. Baker (Board of Trade).

Mrs. Harrison Bell.

Viscount Burnham, C.H.

L. Cuthbertson (Treasury).

A. B. Lowry, C.B. (Ministry of Health).

J. Paterson (Ministry of Labour),

Secretary-G. F. Plant.

Finance Officer-W. Bankes Amery, C.B.E.
Chief Clerk-Malcolm Jones, O.B.E.

Editor of Publications-Capt. S. T. L. Maunder. |
Jun'or Administrative Officer-R. Chalmers.

Col. L. H. R. Pope-Hennessy, D.S.O. (War

Dame Meriel Talbot, D.B.E.

Oscar Thompson.
Christopher Turnor.

J. Wignall, M.P.

W. Windham, C.B.E. (Ministry of Labour).

Senior Administrative Officer—A. C. Kelly.

Interviewers-Major J. J. Berington, A. Bromwich, H. W. Lilley.
Staff Clerks-W. J. Garnett, E. A. Brett, J. Rushmer.

Clerical Officers

E. A. Smith.

W. J. Daines.

G. F.W. C. Joyce.

F. S. Wagland.
R. H. Holding.
T. E. Nalder.

A. P. Heath.
R. L. Dixon.

Temporary Clerks

W. C. Collins.
H. G. Day.

A. Bowles.

J. H. St. Leger.

T. Spinks.

C. H. Stevens.
C. H. Tyndall.
A. H. Boden.
A. Hallam.
W. W. Clark.

Supervisor of Copying-Miss H. Stamp.

10 Shorthand and Copying Typists.

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W. E. Embury.

J. Link.

H. A. Bennett.
W. G. Loltgen.

J. H. Bindon.
W. H. Losh.
H. C. Field.
A. E. Rhodes.
H. M. Thompson.

A. Stroud.

N. Pickering.

Temporarily serving.

R. H. Ridley.
L. F. Steed.

P. W. Parkin.
E. C. Pippard.
G. M. Hill.
E. Harper.

W. Beer.
J. Keefe.

The Committee is constituted in accordance with the recommendations made by the Dominions Royal Commission (sce Cd. 8462) and the Empire Settlement Committee (see Cd. 8672). The Staff of their office form a sub-department of the Colonial Office, and their salaries are borne upon the Colonial Office vote.

The Managing Committee of the Emigrants' Information Office has been replaced by the new Committee. Continuity of the work has been secured by the appointment of the Chairman of the Emigrants' Information Office as Vice-Chairman, and by the appointment of Lord Burnham to be a member of the new Committee, and also by the inclusion of the staff of the Emigrants' Information Office in that of the new Committee.

The Emigrants' Information Office was established by the Government in October, 1886, for the purpose of supplying intending emigrants with useful and trustworthy information respecting emigration to the British Colonies. This Office was placed from the first under the general supervision of the Colonial Office, but the Committee of Management was a voluntary and honorary body and had no executive powers. Originally the scope of the Office was confined to the British Colonies and to those Colonies only which were outside the Tropics and are fields of emigration in the ordinary sense. Subsequently it became necessary to widen the scope and to give information (though more limited in extent) not only as to certain Tropical Colonies but also as to various foreign countries. It was also found desirable to issue warnings in certain cases.


Sir J. Rose Bradford, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.B.E., M.D., F.R.S., 8, Manchester Square, London, W.1 (hours, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, except Saturdays-12 noon to 1 p.m. on Saturdays); Lt.-Col. W. T. Prout, C.M.G., M.B., C.M., 137, Harley Street, London, W.1 (hours, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, or by appointment); R. H. Kennan, Esq., M.D., M.Ch., F.R.C.S.I., D.P.H., 2, St. James Road, Liverpool (hours, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., except Saturday); Lt. Col. D. G. Marshall, M.B., I.M.S. (retired), 1, Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh; Sir J. Hawtrey Benson, M.D., F. R.C.P.I.,57, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin (hour, 2 p.m.).


The Rt. Honble. Earl Buxton, P.C., G.C.M.G., Chancellor; Sir J. E. Masterton Smith, K.C.B., Secretary; Sir M. F. Ommanney, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., I.S.O., King of Arms; Sir Herbert James Read, K.C.M.G., C.B., Registrar; Sir Reginald L. Antrobus, K.C.M.G., C.B., Gentleman Usher of the Blue Rod; Bishop Montgomery, D.D., Prelate.


The accounts of certain Colonies and Protectorates are audited, on behalf of the Secretary of State, by Auditors and Assistant Auditors acting under the supervision of the Director of Colonial Audit, who is assisted in London by a central establishment connected with, but not forming part of, the Colonial Office. The Auditors and Assistant Auditors, as well as the staff of the central office, form one Department, their salaries and expenses being defrayed by the Governments affected. CENTRAL ESTABLISHMENT:-58, Victoria Street, S. W.

Director of Colonial Audit-Sir Edward Stephenson, K.C.M.G.

Senior Clerks-H. D. Fisher, J. C. Fisher, O.B.E.

Junior Clerks-W. H. Smith, H. C. E. Merrick, C. E. Dale, C.M.G., C.B.E. (acting).
Clerical Grade-A. J. Rodd, J. A. Flin.

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Auditor--P. L. Collisson.

Assistant Auditors-H. W. Harcourt (vacancy).

Auditor-E. L. Gueritz.

Auditor-J. B. Hewlett.

Auditor-W. Bowerley.

Deputy Auditor-L. G. Corney.

Assistant Auditors-W. L. Mackinnon, R. S. Foster, C. Griffith, W. H.
Lempriere, A. C. Hands, N. C. Fonnereau.

Auditor H. R. Phelips.

Assistant Auditors-T. Dallin (vacancy).

Auditor-J. Craig.

Assistant Auditor-C. A. J. S. Mauger.

Auditor- B. E. Hanson.

Deputy Auditor-K. J. Douglas.

Senior Assistant Auditors-H. St. J. Sheppard, M.B.E., A. W. Brown,
H. Gush, F. G. Langley, C. E. de B. Biden.
Assistant Auditors-H. C. G. Bridger, H. H. S. Cheeseman, A. A. Allen,
E. A. Stoodley, A. G. Still, F. W. P. Kingdom, A. F. B. Howard, C. J.
Montague, H. V. Cusack, H. P. N. Gubbins, A. G. Bowring, C. W. S. Seed.

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