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BOLAM, Robert (died 1939), Consulting Physician Skin Department, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne; Member of Court and Senate, University of Durham; Representative of University of Durham on General Medical Council

WARNER, Edwin Charles (1900 - 1968), Consulting Physician, Charing Cross Hosp.; Consultant Physician, New Victoria Hospital, Kingston-on-Thames, and Emer. Cons. Phys, Putney Hosp.; Member of Senate, University of London; Member Council, Royal Society of Medicine

GILBERT, John Thomas (1829 - 1898), historian; member of Senate Royal University of Ireland; Governor of National Gallery, Ireland; Crown Trustee of National Library of Ireland; Vice-President and Hon. Librarian Royal Irish Academy, Dublin; Hon. Professor of Archæology in Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Dublin; held gold medal of Royal Irish Academy; Member of Council of Pipe Roll Society of London; Hon. Fellow of Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

FEARON, William Robert (1892 - 1959), Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and Professor of Biochemistry, University of Dublin; Physiologist to the Royal City of Dublin Hospital; Consulting Biochemist to Rotunda Hospital, Dublin; Ex-Mem. Medical Research Council of Ireland; Hon. Prof. of Chemistry, Roy. Hibernian Acad.; Univ. Representative in the Senate of Eire since 1943

MITCHINER, Philip Henry (1888 - 1952), QHS since 1952; Consulting Surgeon, St Thomas’s Hospital; Maj.-Gen., AMS (TA), late Consulting Surgeon MEF; Member of Senate, Univ. of London (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, 1951–53); Member of Council (Vice-Pres., 1950–52), Royal Coll. of Surgeons; DL Co. London, 1939

FAWCETT, John (1866 - 1944), Consulting Physician to Guy’s Hospital; Governor of Medical School, Guy’s Hospital, and of Dulwich College; Member of Council, Medical School, St Thomas’s Hospital; Member of Council of Epsom College; Invalid Children’s Aid Association; Chairman Bermondsey Branch; Representative of Board of Education on General Nursing Council, 1928–32; Member of Senate of University of London, 1920–29; Senior Censor Royal College of Physicians of London, 1923–24

THOMSON, William (1843 - 1909), Hon. Surgeon to the King in Ireland; Surgeon to Richmond Surgical Hospital, Dublin; HM Inspector of Anatomy, Ireland; Ex-President Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; Member Senate, Royal University of Ireland; retired Direct Representative for Ireland on General Medical Council; retired Surgeon to HE the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland; retired Surgeon to Queen Victoria in Ireland; retired Examiner, Army Medical Department

DOUGLAS, John Albert (died 1956), Rector of St Michael Paternoster Royal 1933–53; Hon. General Secretary, Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, 1933–45 (Vice-Chm. 1954); Principal, Society of the Faith, since 1906; Hon. Canon St Saviour, Southwark, 1924; Member of the Senate (1907), University Extension Board (1907), Theological Board (1909), Deputy Vice-Chancellor (1931), Chairman of Convocation and Member of the Court (1939), of the University of London

SINCLAIR, Thomas (died 1940), MP (U) Queen’s University, Belfast, 1923–40; Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Pro-Chancellor and Member of Senate, Queen’s University, Belfast; Member of the General Medical Council; Senator of Parliament of Northern Ireland; Consulting Surgeon to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Ulster Hospital for Children, Forster Green Hospital, and Co. Antrim Infirmary. Served as Consulting Surgeon IV Army BEF European War

ROWLETTE, Robert James (1873 - 1944), Lt-Col late RAMC; a representative of Dublin University in the Senate of Ireland; King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Trinity College, Dublin; Physician to Mercer’s Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician to the Royal Hospital for Incurables, Dublin; Consulting Visitor in Lunacy; Consulting Physician to Colonial Office; to Stillorgan Convalescent Home; and to Royal National Hospital, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow; Editor of Journal of The Irish Free State Medical Union; Member of the Medical Registration Council, and of the Dental Board, Irish Free State; Pres. of Irish Branch of Parliamentary Association; of RCP of Ireland; and of Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland; a Trustee of National Health Insurance Society, Ireland, and Vice-Chairman of General Committee; Pres. of the Section of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, BMA, 1933

WHEELER, Thomas Sherlock (1899 - 1962), Professor (Head of Department) of Chemistry; University College (NUI), Dublin, since 1945; Member Senate, NUI; Member Governing Body and Dean of Faculty of Science, University College, Dublin; Member Governing Boards, Schools of Cosmic and Theoretical Physics, Dublin Inst. for Advanced Studies; Director Irish Peat, Chem. and Industrial Research and Standards Bds; Mem. Council Roy. Dublin Soc. and Roy. Irish Acad; Mem. Irish Nat. Commission for UNESCO; Sometime Member for the Republic of Ireland on the OEEC Technical and Scientific Manpower Cttee; Chm., Organising Cttee, Dublin (1957) Meeting of the British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science; sometime a Vice-President Royal Inst. of Chemistry; Past-Pres. Irish Chem. Association; sometime Fellow, and Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Bombay; Foundation Fellow (sometime a Vice-President) National Institute of Sciences of India

 

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Until the 15th century, informal bodies of magnates as counsellors of the rulers in Hungary and Poland. While a senatus and a ‘smaller council’ of the kings and dukes appear ...

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