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Simon John Sacher, CBE (9 June 1940 – 30 August 2016) was a British retailer who spent thirty years with Marks . The postal services of the British Nigeria Region prior to 1914: Including the British consular post office in Fernando Po.
Simon John Sacher, CBE (9 June 1940 – 30 August 2016) was a British retailer who spent thirty years with Marks & Spencer, including 25 years as a director. He was the last descendant of the co-founder of the company, Michael Marks, to serve in an executive capacity on the board of the firm. He was a former president of the Royal Philatelic Society London, member of the Council of the Royal College of Music, a governor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of its vice-presidents, and vice-president of the Industry and Parliament Trust.
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The postal services of the British Nigeria Region prior to 1914: Including the British consular post office in Fernando Po. Royal Philatelic Society London, London, 1992.
Cover of The postal services of the Gold Coast to 1901 (2003) featuring a print published in 1874 titled Cape Coast Castle – Zouaves embarking for Sierra Leone. Simon John Sacher, CBE (9 June 1940 – 30 August 2016) was a British retailer who spent thirty years with Marks & Spencer, including 25 years as a director. The postal services of the Gold Coast to 1901. Royal Philatelic Society London, London, 2003.
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Beecroft was the British representative to Fernando Po, where the .
Beecroft was the British representative to Fernando Po, where the prevention squadron of the British Royal Navy was stationed. At the same time, the British scientists were interested in exploring the course and related settlements along the Niger River. Initial British attempts to open trade with the interior by way of the Niger could not overcome climate and diseases such as malaria. Local rulers continued to administer their territories, but consular authorities assumed jurisdiction for the equity courts established earlier by the foreign mercantile communities.
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