By Lars Valerian Ahlfors, Lipman Bers
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He approached Balfour and secured his authority to try his hand at direct negotiations with the Irish. During the summer of r 898 he made himself familiar - as familiar as anyone can become without having lived in Ireland - with the problem; and early in October he slipped away to Dublin with a plan (described on p. ) in his pocket. There followed a series of meetings which were bizarre even for Ireland. First, the provost of Trinity College had to be assured that an Irish Universities bill would not interfere with that proud and venerable institution.
You must throw yourself into public service of some sort. ' 2 Apprenticeship Haldane's first appearance on the educational stage was a modest one. In 1888, as a graduate of the University of Edinburgh rather than as a member of parliament, he took part in a deputation from the general councils of the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow which waited on the secretary for Scotland (the marquis of Lothian) to criticise and if possible influence the latest of a series of bills - all of them abortive - brought before parliament to achieve some of the reforms proposed by a royal commission which had reported as long ago as 1878.
H. Huxley. Lyon Playfair returned from the International Exhibition in Paris deeply depressed about the backwardness of technical education in Britain; he wrote in I 867: ' ... ' Matthew Arnold's criticism covered a much wider field. His famous comparative study of schools and universities on the continent, published in 1866 and several times reprinted, led him to the indictment that Oxford and Cambridge were not universities in the continental and traditional sense at all, because the superior faculties (law, medicine, even theology) had atrophied there, but were 'places where the youth of the upper class prolong to a very great age, and under some very admirable influences, their school education...
Advances in the Theory of Riemann Surfaces, Proceedings of the 1969 Stony Brook Conference by Lars Valerian Ahlfors, Lipman Bers