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Presidential Address. lngeneers or Engineers?
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In the early years of the Institution it was customary to elect to the Presidency outstanding public men who brought distinction to their office. With the growth of the Institution in size, activity and standing, the honour of the Presidency has long been such that it is the office which brings distinction to its holder. I am particularly conscious of and grateful for the honour you have paid me in my election to our highest office. For me personally it is a double honour because I happen to be the first member of the Lancashire and Cheshire Branch to become the President whilst still a member of the Branch. Dr. D.D. Matthews

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