Definition of Treasurership. Meaning of Treasurership. Synonyms of Treasurership

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Definition of Treasurership

Treasurership
Treasurership Treas"ur*er*ship, n. The office of treasurer.

Meaning of Treasurership from wikipedia

- Southampton, whose administration he had attacked, his great ambition, the treasurership, was not satisfied; and on the fall of Clarendon, against whom he had...
- claimed that he had been appointed to the treasurership in 1181, but did not actually hold the treasurership until 1199. In 1192 the Archbishop of York...
- 1170, holding the office along with the treasurership of Rouen for a few years. After he left the treasurership, Ralph was accused by the cathedral chapter...
- expelled him in August 1931. Joseph Lyons reportedly offered Chifley the treasurership as an inducement to join the United Australia Party (UAP), the new party...
- Doctor of Divinity by Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and was given the treasurership and a canonry in Salisbury Cathedral by Bishop Gilbert Burnet. He discovered...
- minister to do so since Andrew Fisher in 1914. He had earlier offered the treasurership to Ben Chifley as an inducement to leave the Labor Party, but Chifley...
- Bolingbroke recommended the appointment of Shrewsbury to the vacant treasurership; Anne at once placed the staff of that high office in the duke's hands...
- conditional entitlement, if there is no Lord High Treasurersince the Treasurership is by constitutional convention always placed into commission, and in...
- Dublin. He was instituted Dean on 24 December 1700. He also held the Treasurership of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Despite the strong recommendation...
- Queen died four days later, after appointing Shrewsbury to the lord treasurership. On the accession of George I the illuminations and bonfire at Lord...
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