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Note: This is a sub-section of the 1908 Iron and Steel Institute
The 44 Obituaries in the 1908 Proceedings
Volume 78. p461 (20 Obituaries)
Volume 79. (No Obituaries)
Volume 80. p209 (24 Obituaries)
The obituary of the half year also includes the names of Sir HOWARD VINCENT, K.C.M.G., C.B., who was an active member of the Sheffield Reception Committee in 1906, and frequently attended meetings of the Institute; of ALFRED HABETS, the eminent professor of mining at Liege, who took an active part in the reception of the Institute at Li4ge in 1873 and at Brussels in 1894; and of F. H. WEBB, who during the twenty years he was secretary of the Institution of Electrical Engineers had frequent relations with the Iron and Steel Institute.