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He was elected again for different thing - Vice-President of the Central Council of the Empire League. 1919
In September 1921 - he then became a Member of the Legislative Assembly.
He formed an Association called the "Anglo-Indian and Domiciled European Association", for India, which in 1937 was separated into India and Burma and represented both Anglo-Indians and Anglo-Burmese. The Burma section became the "Anglo-Burman Union" following separation.
He got his title. He was Knighted Sir Henry Gidney in 1931.
He was elected President of the All India Arts and crafts Society only for one year because of his death.