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Henry Hardinge Samuel Cunynghame

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Sir Henry Hardinge Samuel Cunynghame (1848–1935) K.C.B., M.A. Legal Assistant Under-Secretary, Home Office, 1894-1913. Vice-President, Institute of Electrical Engineers.

Author of various works on enamelling, electrical lighting, patent law, political economy, &c.

1895 November 25th. Presents a paper "Horseless Carriages for Common Roads" at the Society of Arts.[1]


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  1. Morning Post - Monday 25 November 1895