Webb, Charles Morgan

Educated at Mason's College in Birmingham, and St John's College in Cambridge, Webb (1872-1963, knighted 1924) joined the Indian Civil Service in 1895. He was deputy commissioner in Burma (1901), settlement officer (1903), superintendent of census operations (1910-12), secretary (1914) and chief secretary (1918) of the government of Burma, first vice-chancellor of the University of Rangoon (1920) and chairperson of the Rangoon Development Trust (1921). He wrote on the gold standard and on monetary management, and was the chairperson of the Advisory Committee of the Parliamentary Monetary Committee, 1938.

See list of letters .

Source: wsw 1938; www .


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