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The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland: Delaney Medal Competition 2014 College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland, March 6, 2014

The ‘College of Anaesthetists of Ireland’—Delaney Medal Competition Held at College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, Thursday, 14 March 2013, 22 Merrion Square North, Dublin, Ireland

Bernard, John Henry (1860-1927), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin and college head

Chappell, William (1582-1649), Church of Ireland bishop of Cork and Ross and college head

Hall, George (bap. 1753, d. 1811), college head and Church of Ireland bishop of Dromore

BROWN, William (1856 - 1945), late Professor of Applied Physics, Royal College of Science, Ireland

COFFEY, Peter (1876 - 1943), Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Maynooth College, Ireland

WALKER, Thomas (died 1929), Professor of Hebrew, Assembly’s College, Belfast, Presbyterian Church in Ireland

HAYES, Michael (1889 - 1976), Professor of Modern Irish, University College, Dublin, retired October 1960

BOLAND, Frederick Henry (1904 - 1985), Irish diplomat, retired; Chancellor, Trinity College, Dublin, 1964–82

FITZCLARENCE, Charles (1865 - 1914), Lieutenant-Colonel commanding Irish Guards; passed Staff College

MACAN, Arthur Vernon (1843 - 1908), President of Royal College of Physicians, Ireland

HODGETT, Richard (1884 - 1927), Pastor, Ballymena Baptist Church since 1922; Lecturer, Irish Baptist College

SIGERSON, George (died 1925), Professor of Biology, Dublin University College, Dublin; Senator, National University, Ireland

War work on the home front: the Central Sphagnum Depot for Ireland at the Royal College of Science for Ireland, 1915–19

 

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