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Reminiscences of a Chief Constable
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Reminiscences of a chief constable Hardcover – January 1, by William Chadwick (Author)5/5(2). PAYMENT: We accept payment by: Credit and debit cards Cash (any currency) U.K. postal orders Sterling cheques PayPal Exchange of goods. SHIPPING: Our standard shipping costs apply on.
Reminiscences Of A Chief Constable Hardcover – 1 Jan. by William. Chadwick (Author)5/5(2). Spine sunned but a clean, tight and sound copy. 19x12 m Chadwick was Chief Constable of Chadwick.
Illustrated with black and white drawings by R. Wallace Coop. Difficult to. The author was a long-standing devotee of the Maharshi and was once the Chief Engineer for the State of Madras.
This book contains his reminiscences about Sri Ramana Maharshi and a record of many conversations he had with Him. It concludes with a diary narrating the events of the last two years of Sri Bhagavan's bodily life.
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In his book ‘Reminiscences of a Chief Constable’, he recollects on the many incidents of his youth, before he became a policeman, and the many a story that occurred during his career all across the towns of north Cheshire (as well as those neighbouring towns in the contiguous counties of Lancashire and Derbyshire).
Containing reminiscences of the author’s father Chief Louis-Billy Prince, grandson of Chief Kwah, The Carrier, My People () by Nak’azdli elder Lizette Hall recalls Carrier culture and history specific to the Stuart Lake Carrier people.
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Constable Nick, a policeman in Aidensfield, North Yorkshire, England: Constable on the Hill (Constable Nick Mystery #1), Constable on the Prowl (Constabl. Two Metropolitan Detectives: Andrew Lansdowne, A Life's Reminiscences of Scotland Yard (), excerpts; Jack Littlechild, Reminiscences of Chief Inspector Littlechild (), excerpts; H R P Gamon, The London Police Court Today and Tomorrow (), excerpt; H Smith, From Constable to Commissioner (), excerpt; Melville L Macnaghten, Days of.
Page - A glance to the left showed the young men their danger: they were within pistol shot of a thousand men drawn up in order of battle. Wheeling their horses, they discovered a troop already leaping the fence into the avenue in their rear.
Quick as thought they again wheeled their horses, and dashed down the avenue directly towards the house, where stood the quarter-guard to receive them.2/5(1). Historical Reminiscences of the Early Times in Marlborough, Massachusetts, and Prominent Events from to Including Brief Allusions to Many Individuals, and an Account of the Celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the TownMissing: Chief Constable.
His most famous book is the classic Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (). This lightly fictionalised account of stock speculator Jesse Livermore's career began life as a series of articles in The Saturday Evening Post, and was first published across and /5().
Reminiscences of a Murder by T. Lewis, ex-Chief Constable of Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire BBC Home Service Welsh, 23 August At present this site reflects the contents of the published Radio Times BBC listings. One, Alistair, rose to become chief constable of Sutherlandshire and then Inverness-shire.
Another, William, became an inspector with Aberdeenshire Constabulary. In his professional capacity, Charles was noted as a strict disciplinarian but he was very popular with rank and file colleagues, while managing to gain the respect of the public at large.
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Chief Constable is the rank used by the chief police officer of every territorial police force in the United Kingdom except for the City of London Police and the Metropolitan Police, as well as the chief officers of the three 'special' national police forces, the British Transport Police, Ministry of Defence Police, and Civil Nuclear title is also held by the chief officers of.
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