The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Morison, Sir Theodore

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Morison, Sir Theodore, M.C., K.C.I.E., (1910), Member, India Council, London; s. of James Cotter Morison; b. 1863; educ: West minster and Trinity College, Cambridge; appointed Tutor to H.H. the Maharaja of Chatrapur and Chharkari, 1855; joined the staft of the M.A.O. College, Aligarh, 1889; Principal of the College, 1889-1905; Additional Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1903-1904; President, Muhammadan Educational Conference, 1904; retired, 1905; Member, Royal Public Services Commission, India, 1912. Publications; Imperial Rule in India; Industrial Organisation of an Indian Province. Recreations: Tennis, Riding, and Cycling. Address: Old Avenue Lodge, Weybridge. Club: United University.