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" ... questioned touching his vote at the board in the case of Ardagh and Power. He acknowledged he opposed their expulsion, and voted for rustication during a year, and stated that there were two other members of the board who voted with him. He admitted... "
Ireland sixty years ago - Page 130
by John Edward Walsh - 1851 - 155 pages
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The Dublin university magazine, Volume 27

1846
...vote he had given, and said he did so because he thought it was right. The vicechancellor declared the conduct of Dr. Browne was highly reprehensible ; that it promoted a spirit of insubordinatiou among the students, by exciting discontent against the proceedings of the board, which...
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Sketches of Ireland Sixty Years Ago

John Edward Walsh - Ireland - 1847 - 198 pages
...members of the board who voted with him. He admitted that he had gone from the board into the college court, and there declared the vote he had given, and...that if the board had thought fit to expel him for such conduct, he would have confirmed the expulsion. Dr. Browne was also asked if he was the author...
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Irish literature

Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche - English literature - 1904
...members of the board who voted with him. He admitted that he had gone from the board into the college court, and there declared the vote he had given, and...the conduct of Dr. Browne was highly reprehensible; and that it promoted a spirit of insubordination among the students, by exciting discontent against...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1846
...members of the board who voted with him. He admitted that he had gone from the board into the college court, and there declared the vote he had given, and...thought it was right. The vicechancellor declared the conduct of Dr. Browne was highly reprehensible ; that it promoted a spirit of insubordination among...
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