HARREL, Sir David, 1841-1939, Knight, Irish public servant

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Recollections and reflections of Sir David Harrel, privately circulated.

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Sir David Harrel (1841-1939) entered the Royal Irish Constabulary in 1859. He became a resident magistrate in 1879. From 1883-1893 Harrel was chief commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police. He was under-secretary for Ireland, 1893-1902. He later served on trade-disputes boards in England. Harrel was knighted in 1893. His publications include: 'Recollections and reflections' (1926).

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Output from CAIRS using template 14 and checked by hand on May 8, 2002

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