(Received 8.35 a.m.) LONDON, March 30. Charles Oecil Stevens, formerly of «"6 Indian Civil Service, died suddenly to-day outside his residence in Redcliffe Square. Sir C. C. Stevens was a Victorian who . fcf ter a brilliant career at the Melbourne and London Universities, took third place in the open competition for the Indian Civil Service in 1860. He held many important posts in India, including three *erms as additional memlJer of the Viceroy's Council and Lirateß.ast-Govern.or Pi: Bengal. He retired In JSSBj, since t fcisa it hss resided in Sanson* I ■ '
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