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DR M'NAB BAYONETED.

On the motion of Dr Church in the. University C".;neil (his alleru-'on, it was resolvod—"The council express their .sorrow ,-t the true! death of Dr Angus M'Nab on the battlefield. While in the m-t of rendering surgical aid to wounded soldiers it has been reported that he was- bayimettod by the Germans, although ho was wearing the Red Cross badge on his arm* Dr M'Nab was a graduate in arts 'and in scienco at this University, and wns practising his profession in London as a specialist. Tho -council express their sympathy with tho widow and Dr Robert M'Nab."

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DR M'NAB BAYONETED., Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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DR M'NAB BAYONETED. Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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