The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Cox, Harold

Cox, Harold, B.A., Editor, Edinburg Review; b. 1859; s. of late Homersham Cox, Judge of County Courts; Educ.: Tonbridge School; Jesus College, Cambridge; President, Cambridge Union lectured on Political Economy for Cambridge University Extension Society in York and Hull; worked nearly a year as an agricultural labourer in Kent and Surrey in order to gain an insight into the life of English labourers; spent two years in India teaching mathematics in the Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh; proceed to England and was called to the Bar, Gray’s Inn, 1877; adopted journalism as a profession; Secretary of the Cobden Club, 1889-1904; M.P.(L.) Preston, 1906-10. Publications: Land Nationalisation and Land Taxation; various pamphlet on free trade and economic subjects, Address: 6, Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C. Club: Salve.