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LAW, Frank William (1898 - 1987), Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Guy’s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital; Hon. Visiting Ophthalmologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore; Past Pres. Ophth. Soc. of UK; late Master Oxford Ophth. Congress; Mem., Chapter General and Ophth. Hosp. Cttee, Order of St John; Mem. Council, European Ophth. Soc.; Life Mem., Irish Ophth. Soc.; Membre d’Honneur, Soc. Belge d’Ophth.; Hon. Mem., Greek Ophth. Soc., Pan-American Medical Assoc. and American Acad. Ophth.; American Medical Assoc.; Canadian Ophth. Soc.; Past Master, Company of Spectacle Makers, and Freeman of the City of London

WADE, Emlyn Capel Stewart (1895 - 1978), Downing Professor of the Laws of England, Cambridge University, 1945–62, Professor Emeritus, since 1962; Fellow of Gonville and Caius College since 1931; Reader in Constitutional Law, Council of Legal Education, 1945–66; Member of the Law Reform Committee, 1962–63; Hinkley Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1962–63; Barrister-at-Law; Hon. Bencher, Inner Temple

HOPKINS, Frederick Gowland (1861 - 1947), Professor of Bio-chemistry, University of Cambridge, 1914, Sir William Dunn Professor, 1921–43; Fellow and late Prælector in Biochemistry, Trinity College; Hon. Fellow of Emmanuel College; an original Member of the MRC, retired 1930; Member of Agricultural Research Council; Chairman Animal Diseases Committee Economic Advisory Council; Member of several European Academies and learned societies; Vice-President, Chemical Society, 1921; Baly Medal, RCP, 1915; Croonian Lecturer, Royal Society, 1915; Dunham Lecturer, Harvard; Royal Medal, 1918; Copley Medal, 1926; Albert Medal, 1934; Harben Medal, 1937; (jtly) Nobel Prize for Medicine, 1929; Huxley Memorial Lecturer, 1920; Herter Lecturer New York and Baltimore, 1921; Cameron Prizeman University Edinburgh, 1922; late one of the Official Analysts to the Home Office; President, Royal Society, 1930–35; President, British Association, 1933; President, Cambridge Phil. Society, 1936–39

 

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A series of ecclesiastical councils at Baltimore, Maryland, three plenary (1852–84) and ten provincial (1829–69), by which many details of the administration and discipline of the RC Church in the USA were settled.

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