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1872 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Council

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1872.

Note: This is a sub-section of 1872 Institution of Mechanical Engineers

COUNCIL, 1872.

President

Past-Presidents

  • SIR WILLIAM G. ARMSTRONG, C.B., D.C.L., F.R.S., Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • SIR WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN, BART., LL.D., F.R.S., Manchester.
  • JAMES KENNEDY, Liverpool.
  • ROBERT NAPIER, Glasgow.
  • JOHN PENN, F.R.S., London.
  • JOHN RAMSBOTTOM, Manchester.
  • GEORGE STEPHENSON, Chesterfield (deceased 1848).
  • ROBERT STEPHENSON, F.R.S., London (deceased 1859).
  • SIR JOSEPH WHITWORTH, BART., D.C.L., F.R.S., Manchester.

Vice-Presidents

  • I. LOWTHIAN BELL, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • FREDERICK J. BRAMWELL, London.
  • CHARLES COCHRANE, Dudley.
  • THOMAS HAWKSLEY, London.
  • SAMPSON LLOYD, Wednesbury.
  • WILLIAM MENELAUS, Merthyr Tydvil.

Council

  • CHARLES EDWARDS AMOS, London.
  • JOHN ANDERSON, LL. D., Woolwich.
  • HENRY BESSEMER, London.
  • WILLIAM CLAY, Birkenhead.
  • EDGAR GILKES, Middlesbrough.
  • THOMAS GREENWOOD, Leeds.
  • GEORGE HARRISON, Birkenhead.
  • JOHN HICK, M.P., Bolton.
  • FREDERICK W. KITSON, Leeds.
  • WALTER MAY, Birmingham.
  • JOHN NAPIER, Glasgow.
  • JOHN ROBINSON, Manchester.
  • CHARLES P. STEWART, Manchester.
  • FRANCIS W. WEBB, Crewe.
  • PERCY G. B. WESTMACOTT, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Treasurer

  • HENRY EDMUNDS, Birmingham and Midland Bank, Birmingham.

Secretary

  • WILLIAM P. MARSHALL,

Assistant Secretary

  • Alfred Bache, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 81 Newhall Street, Birmingham.

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