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At the last meeting of tjh© Hospital Botiirdl, reference way made *o the, departure of Dr. Walshe, andl Hit chairjaian jmo-veidl tfaat the members of the Thames Hospital and Charitable Aid. Board feel they cannot 1 ' allow Dr. Walgh© to. sever his association !wH(h *he (hospital without exjptreissing |thai>" isatisfritetfon :wi% the manner in which lie ha-dl discharged his doities for the past years and desire also *o record their .appreciation of %c cordial relations that have always existed! 'between the doctor and the Board, and the esteem in which he was held for hi-, many good qualities. This- was seconded by Mr. Newman and .carried-. .■..■-...,..■•.•'"..".. ;■ . • ,'...,..

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TRIBUTE TO DR. WALSHE, Thames Star, Volume LIII, Issue 14249, 12 March 1920

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TRIBUTE TO DR. WALSHE Thames Star, Volume LIII, Issue 14249, 12 March 1920

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