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Council of Ireland


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Council of Ireland

Arts Council of Ireland

Arts Council of Northern Ireland

The Sunningdale Council of Ireland

Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland

Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland

Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland

Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland

BIGGER, Edward Coey (1861 - 1942), late Medical Commissioner, Local Government Board, Ireland; Chairman of Irish Public Health Council; Chairman of the Central Midwives Board, Ireland; Chairman of the General Nursing Council for Ireland; late Crown Representative for Ireland on the General Medical Council

KANE, William Francis de Vismes (1840 - 1918), member Diocesan Council, Diocese of Clogher, Church of Ireland

Cosgrave, William Thomas (1880-1965), president of the executive council of the Irish Free State

GRAYSON, Denys Henry Harrington (1892 - 1955), late Lt Irish Guards; Member Standing Council of Baronetage

JAMISON, James Kenneth (born 1931), Director, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 1969–91

FERRAN, Brian (born 1940), Chief Executive, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 1991–2000

Creating the Image of European Islam: The European Council for Fatwa and Research and Ireland1

Anthony Dopping’s Restoration to the Privy Council of Ireland: A Correction

WILTON, James M. (died 1946), President Council of Education Authorities of Northern Ireland; Chairman, Northern Ireland War Pensions Committee

DUFFEY, George Frederick (1843 - 1903), ex-President Royal College of Physicians, Ireland; Professor of Materia Medica, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; Physician to the Royal City of Dublin Hospital; Inspector of Examinations, General Medical Council; Visitor for HM Privy Council in Ireland of Examinations of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland; Fellow of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, etc

NICHOLLS, Marriott Fawckner (1898 - 1969), Fellow Medical Society, London, Harveian Society (Council 1936), Association of Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland (Council 1938); Fell. Brit. Assoc. of Urological Surgeons (Council 1945–49)

 

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Established under the Government of Ireland Act 1920 to promote an all‐Ireland parliament. The council was to consist of 20 members each from the parliaments of Northern and Southern Ireland ...

Subjects: European History.


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