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Thomas GIBLIX, J.P.
George GILMORE, Member of the House of Assembly.
ALFRED HARRAP, Mayor of Launceston.
David Lewis, Member of the House of Assembly.
John MURPHY, J.P.
Hox. Sir Robert Officer, Knight, Speaker of the House of Assembly.
Hon. James Reid Scott, Member of the Legislative Council.
JAMES Scott, Member of the House of Assembly.
Charles Henry SMITH, J.P., Consular Agent for Italy.
ALEXANDER GEORGE WEBSTER, Vice Consul for the United States of America.
Hox. Sir James Milne Wilson, Knight, President of the Legislative Council, Chairman (elected

17 March, 1875).
Hugh MUNRO Hull, Clerk of the House of Assembly, Secretary.
Charles William Rocher, Town Clerk, Secretary to the Launceston Commission,

REPRESENTATIVE COMMISSIONERS AT PHILADELPHIA.

P. A. JENNINGS, Sydney.
Henry P. WELCH, Melbourne.

VICTORIA

REPRESENTATIVE COMMISSIONERS AT PHILADELPHIA.
SIR REDMOND BARRY.
Hon. JAMES GOODALL FRANCIS, late Chief Secretary.
J. McILWRAITH, Esq., late Mayor of Melbourne.

COMMISSIONERS.
Sir REDMOND BARRY, Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, President.
Hon. J. J. Casey, M.P.
Hon. J. F. SULLIVAN, M.P.
Hon. C. J. JENNER, M.L.C.
Jas. MUNRO, M.P.
J. McILWRAITH.
COUNT DE CASTELNAU,
Hon. S. H. BINDON.
Jas. Bosisto, M.P.
JAS. GATEHOUSE, Mayor of Melbourne.
J. I. BLEASDALE, D.D.
Hon. Sir John O'SHANASSY, K.C.M.G.
Hon. Sir James McCulloch, M.P.
Hon. John ALEXANDER MACPHERSON, M.P.
Hon. John Thomas Smith, M.P.
LESLIE JAMES SHERRARD.
John DANKS.
George Collins Levey, Secretary.

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RUDOLP Isbary, Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce, President,

Vienna.
Franz Ritter von LIEBIG, Member of the Chamber of Commerce, First Vice-President, Reichenberg.
Michael Matscheko, Manufacturer, Second Vice-President.
Members,-EUGENE Felix, President of the Society of Arts.

EDWARD KANITZ, Member of the Chamber of Commerce.
KARL VON OBERLEITNER, Member of the Chamber of Commerce,

Olmutz.
Otto von Bauer, Member of the Chamber of Commerce,

Brunn.
Ernst von PONTZEN, Engineer.
Dr. Emil HORNIG, Counsellor.
Dr. F. MIGERKA, Imperial and Royal Counsellor.
Theo. A. HAVEMEYER, Austro-Hungarian Consul-General,

New York,

AFRICA-ORANGE FREE STATE.

Charles W. RILEY, Consul-General,

Philadelphia.

BELGIUM.

BARON GUSTAVE DE WOELMONT, Senator, President,

Brussels. ALEXANDER ROBERT, Historical Painter, Member of the Belgium Academy of Fine Arts, Letters, and Sciences, Vice-President,

Brussels. CH. DE SMET-DE SMET, Manufacturer, President of the Industrial and Commercial Society, Vice-President,

Ghent.
I. CLERFEYT, Chief of Bureau, Ministry of the Interior, Secretary of the Upper Consul of

Industry and Commerce, late Secretary of the Belgium Commission and Juries of
the International Exhibition of Paris, London, and Vienna, Secretary.

Brussels. ALFRED Ancion, Manufacturer of Arms,

Liege.
A. J. BELPAIRE, Inspector-General of Railways and Telegraphs.
L. DE CURTE, Architect, Member of the Royal Commission of Monuments and Council for
the Improvement of the Arts of Design,

Brussels. Felix DuHayon, Lace Manufacturer, Judge of the Tribunal of Commerce and Member of the Chamber of Commerce,

Brussels. E. DUISBERG, Director of the Paper Manufactories of Messrs. Godin d. Co. at Huy, Member of the Chamber of Commerce,

Liege. Jos. Fayx, Mining Engineer, Consul of the Netherlands,

Liege. P. F. Ghys-BRUNEEL, Lace Manufacturer,

Grammont. JULES HAVENITH, Ship Owner, Consul of Austria, Hungary,

Antwerp. J. Kindt, Inspector-General of Industry, Ministry of the Interior. EUGÉNE Meeus, Manufacturer, Member of the Chamber of Representatives,

Antwerp. ALPH. Morel, Director of the Glass Works, Lodelinsart,

Charleroi. Henri Morel, Flax Manufacturer,

Gand. Remy PAQUOT, Director of the Company of Bleyberg-es-Montzen,

Verviers. EDM. PARMENTIER, Manufacturer,

Brussels. FERDINAND Pauwels, Historical Painter,

Antwerp. Arg. RONNBERG, Director-General of Agriculture and Manufactures, Ministry of the

Interior.
E. SADOINE, Director-General of Works,

Seraing-lez-Liege.
JULES SAUVEUR, Director-General of Public Instruction, Ministry of the Interior.
E. E. A. SCHAAR, Chief Engineer, Director of the Arsenal and Railways of the
State,

Malines. ALFRED SIMONIS, Cloth Manufacturer, Member of the Chamber of Representatives, Verviers.

RESIDENT COMMISSIONERS IN PHILADELPHIA.
Count D'OULTRemont, Director-General.
MR. J. van BRÉE, Chief of Fine Art Department.
MR. J. Gody, Ministry of Public Works.
MR. J. Beco, Engineer,

Brussels.

BRAZIL.
His Highness Gaston v'ORLEANS, Conde d'Eu, Marshal of the Army, President.
Viscount de JAGUARY, First Vice-President.
VISCOUNT DE Buen-Retiro, Second Vice-President.
His ExcellENCY A. P. de Carvalho Borges, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the Emperor of Brazil,

Washington, D. C.
VISCOUNT DE Souza Franco.
JOAQUIN ANTONIO DE AZEVEDO.

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Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.

His Highness PRINCE MOHAMMED Tawfic Pacha, President,
His ExcelleNCY CHERIF PACHA, Minister of Commerce, Vice-President,
H. BRUGSCH BEY, Commissioner-General,

COMMISSIONERS.
GENERAL STONE,
M. MAHMOUD BEY, Astronomer,
M. MARIETTE BEY, Director of the Museums of Antiquities,
M. GASTiNEL BEY, Professor in the Medical School,

Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.

Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.

M. ROGERS, Director in the Ministry of Public Instruction,
M. Acron, Chief of Division, Ministry of Commerce,
M. BAUDRY, Architect,
M. DELCHEVALERIE, Attaché.

RESIDENT MEMBERS IN PHILADELPHIA.
H. BRUGsch Bey, Commissioner-General,
E. BRUGSCH, Chief of Transportation and Installation,
A. BEHMERS, Attaché. Secretary.
EDWARD ELIAS, Secretary and Interpreter,
M. DANINOS, Attaché.

Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.
Cairo.

FRANCE. M. M. OZENNE, Councillor of State, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce,

Commissioner-General of International Exhibitions. Du SOMMERARD, Director of the Museums of Thermes and Cluny, Commissioner-General of International Exhibitions.

COMMITTEE. (Organised under the Presidency of the Minister of Agriculture and Commerce.) M. DUCLERC, Vice-President of the National Assembly, Member of the Committee on International

Exhibitions.
MARQUIS DE TALHOUET, Deputy.
BARON DE SOUBEYRAN, Deputy.
MR. WOLOWSKI, Deputy.
MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE, Deputy.
M. BONNET, Deputy.
M. FLOTARD, Deputy.
M. LABOULAYE, Deputy.
M. DIETZ-MONIN, Deputy.
M. COUNT DE BOUILLÉ, Deputy.
VISCOUNT D'HAUSSONVILLE, Deputy.
M. DE CHABROL, Deputy.
M. JULLIEN, Deputy.
The Secretary-General of the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce.
The Director-General of Customs.
The Director of the Academy of Fine Arts.
The Director of Consulates and Commercial Affairs, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
M. OUTREY, Minister Plenipotentiary.
M. DU SOMMERARD, Director of the Museum of Thermes and Cluny.
The Assistant Director of Foreign Commerce.
The President of the Paris Chamber of Commerce.
M. GUILLAUME, Member of the Institute.
MARQUIS DE ROCHAMBEAU,
BABON ALPHONSE DE ROTHSCHILD.
M. SIEBER.
M. MAME (ALFRED).
M. LAVEISSIÈRE (JULES), Dealer in Metals.
M. ROULLEAUX DUGAGE, Secretary.
M. De Fallois, late Chief of Bureau, Ministry of Public Works, Assistant Secretary.

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