Who's Who, 1912

Who's Who, 1912  (1912) 

This is the annual volume of Who's Who for 1912.

Digitised copy of this volume from Google Books.

PIGOTT, Montague Horatio Mostyn Turtle, M.A., B.C.L. ; barrister of the Middle Temple; author and journalist; b. 9 Aug. 1865 ; s. of Robert Turtle Pigott, D.C.L. ; unmarried. Educ: Westminster School; University College, Oxford, 2nd class honours in classical moderations and in law; scholarship in international and constitutional law at the Middle Temple; for ten years coached pupils for the Bar examination. Publications: contributor to many papers and magazines, particularly The World ; author and composer of many songs; author of various lyrics and of a play entitled All Fletcher's Fault, produced at the Avenue Theatre, and of Common Room Carols, Two on a Tour, and Songs of a Session; Founder and first editor of The Isis.

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