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Board of Works

To the Board of Works, Dublin Salisbury, Sunday, 29 September 1850

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, Sunday, 22 December 1850?

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, August 1850

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, Wednesday, 28 August 1850

To the Board of Works, Dublin1 Ramsgate, July 1850?

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, December 1850

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, July 1850

HANSON, Philip (1871 - 1955), late Chairman of the Board of Works, Ireland

To the Secretary of the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, Thursday, 15 January 1846

Copyright Board denies Crown immunity for proposed tariffs on government reproduction of certain works

WILLIAMS, Henry (1850 - 1933), Secretary Board of Public Works, Ireland, 1897–1917; retired

BRADDELL, Octavius Henry (1843 - 1921), late Accountant Board of Public Works, Ireland

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, about Friday, 13 December 1850?

To the Board of Works, Dublin Ramsgate, about Sunday, 1 December 1850

VAUDIN, William Marshall (1866 - 1919), Superintendent of Public Works and Surveys since 1901, and Chairman of the Local Board of Health since 1902; Chairman of the Agricultural Board, 1915, Seychelles

McIVER, William (1871 - 1930), JP, Director of Lands Settlement since 1922, Secretary for Lands since 1919, Chairman Closer Settlement Board since 1917, Member of Board of Land and Works, Victoria

HOLMES, George (Charles Vincent) (1848 - 1926), Chairman of Board of Public Works, Ireland, 1901–13; Hon. MINA

SCOTT, Denis Herbert (1899 - 1958), Chairman Revertex Ltd since 1938; Deputy-Chairman Public Works Loan Board since 1948; and Director of other Public Companies

 

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(Office of Public Works), established in 1831, reflecting the anxiety of British politicians to promote the economic improvement of Ireland and thus to reduce poverty and disorder. Consisting of three ...

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