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Science and Art in Ireland

    Naturevolume 13pages370371 (1876) | Download Citation



    THE Royal Dublin Society held a special meeting on Thursday, March 2, to consider the Report of the Council on Lord Sandon's letter. In the absence of his Grace the Duke of Leinster, the President of the Society, the chair was taken by Sir George Hodson, Bart., one of the Vice-Presidents. Dr. Steele read the Report of Council, which concluded with a recommendation that the Society should sanction the Council's sending a deputation to London to press the following points upon her Majesty's Government:—

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