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1433 THURSDAY.-2.30 P.M., Gynaecological Operations (Dr. A. E. Giles). Clinics :-Medical Out-patient (Dr. A. J. Whiting); Surgical (Mr. Carson). 3 P.M., Medical In-patient (Dr. G. P. Chappel). FRIDAY.—2.30 P.M., Operations. Clinics :-Medical Out-patient (Dr. A. G. Auld): Surgical (Mr. E. Gillespie); Eye (Mr. R. P. Brooks). 3 P.M., Medical In-patient (Dr. R. M. Leslie); Clinical Pathology and Pathological Demonstration (Dr. W. H. Duncan). HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST. Brompton, S.W. WEDNESDAY.—4.30 P.M., Lecture:—Dr. Wethered: Tuberculin in the Treatment of Febrile Cases of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC, Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C. TUESDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :—Dr. R Russell : Paraplegia. FRIDAY.—3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :—Dr. H. Tooth. QUEEN’S HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, Board Room of the Hospital, Hackney-road, N.E. THURSDAY.-4 P.M., Dr. J. P. Parkinson : Difficulties in Diagnosis in Disease in Children. ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN, 49, Leicester- square, W.C. THURSDAY.-6 P.M., Dr. M. Dockrell: The Papular Diseases of the Skin, their Diagnosis (Clinical and Histological), with the Treatment of Each. ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester. THURSDAY.-4.15 P.M., Dr. D. E. Core: Some Points in Heart Disease. (Post-Graduate Clinic.) ROTUNDA HOSPITAL POST-GRADUATE COURSES, Dublin. MONDAY.-10 A.M., Obstetrical Lecture: The Induction of Labour. 11 A.M., Examination of Patients and Minor Operaitons. TUESDAY.-10 A.M., Major Operations. 4 P.M., Class in Gynaeco- logical Diagnosis. WFDNESDAY.-10 A.M., Obstetrical Lecture. 11 A.M., Examina- tion of Patients and Minor Operations. THURSDAY.-10 A.M., Major Operations. FRIDAY.-10 A.M., Gynaecological Lecture : Pelvic Infection. 11 A.M., Examination of Patients and Minor Operations. 4 P.M., Class in Gynaecological Diagnosis. For further particulars of the above Lectures, &c., see Advertisement Pages. A DIARY OF CONGRESSES. THE following Congresses, Conferences, and Exhibitions are announced for 1913 :- April 26th-Nov. 5th (Ghent).-International Exhibition. May 14th-17th (Halle a-S.).-Fifteenth Meeting of the German Gynaecological Society. ,, 15th-18th (Paris).-Twenty-first Annual Congress of the Royal Institute of Public Health. " l6th-31st (London, Holland Park Rink).-National Health Exhibition. " 22nd-June 7th (London, Olympia).-Royal Naval and Military Tournament. May-October (Leipzig).-First International Building Exhibition. " June llth (opens) (London, Crystal Palace).-Anglo-German Exhibition. ;, 16th and 17th (Minneapolis).-Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Proctologic Society. ,, 17th-20th (Minneapolis).-American Medical Association. " 24th-27th (London, Ontario).-Canadian Medical Association. " 26th-28th (Oxford).-Fourth Annual Conference of the British Hospitals Association. ., 30th and July lst (London, Guildhall).-Conference on Diet, Cookery, and Hygiene in Elementary Schools and Institutions. July 7th-12th (Exeter).-Twenty-eighth Congress of the Royal Sanitary Institute. " 16th-18th (Oxford, Keble College).-Oxford Ophthalmo- logical Congress. " 21st-24th (London).-British Pharmaceutical Conference. " 22nd-25th (Brighton).-Eighty-first Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association. Aug. lst-3rd (Ghent).-Congress against the Adulteration and Deterioration of Foodstuffs. " lst-5th (Brussels).-Third International Conference on Cancer. " 3rd-8th (London).-Sixth International Dental Congress. " 4th and 5th (London, Caxton Hall).-English-speaking Con- ference on Infant Mortality. n 6th-12th.-(London).-Seventeenth International Congress of Medicine. " 20th-26th (Ghent).-Third International Congress of Neurology and Psychiatry, " 25th-30th (Buffalo).-Fourth International Congress of School Hygiene. Sept. 2nd-6th (Groningen).-International Physiological Congress. 9th-13th (Vienna).-Second International Congress of Life Saving and Prevention of Accidents. " 10th-17th (Birmingham).-British Association. " 21st-26th (Vienna).-Eighty-fifth Meeting of German Natural Philosophers and Physicians. " 22nd-28th (Milan).-Fourteenth International Anti-alcoholic Congress. (London).-Historical Medical Exhibition. (Organised by Mr. Henry S. Wellcome.) (London, Earl’s Court).-Imperial Services Exhibition. (Chicago).-Congress of the International Association of Refri- geration. (Washington).-Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons. In 1914 :- . May lst-Nov. 1st (Lyons).-International Town Life Exhibition. Aug. 10th-15th (St. Petersburg).-Twelfth International Congress of Ophthalmology. (London).-Anglo-American Exhibition. (Vienna).-Third International Congress for Professional Diseases. (Auckland, N.Z.).-Australasian Medical Congress. (St. Petersburg).-Third Mendeléeff Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry and Physics. (Washington, D.C.).-International Congress of Americanists. (Paris).-Fourth International Medical Congress on Industrial Accidents. EDITORIAL NOTICES. IT is most important that communications relating to the Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed exclusively" To THE EDITOR," and not in any case to any gentleman who may be supposed to be connected with the Editorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention should be given to this notice. - It is especially reqqlested that early intelligence of local events having a medical interest, or which it is desirable to bring under the notice of the profession, may be sent direct to this office. Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written on one side ot the paper only, AND WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY BLOCKS IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE NAME OF THE AUTHOR, AND IF POSSIBLE OF THE ARTICLE, SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON THE BLOCKS TO FACILITATE IDENTI- FICATION. Letters, w7tetAer intended for insertion or for private informa- tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses of their writers-not necessarily tor publication. We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners. Local papers containing reports or news paragraphs should be marked and addressed °° To the Sub-Editor." Letters relating to the publication, sale, and advertising departments ot THE LANCET should be addressed " To the Manager." We cannot undertake to return MSS. not used. MANAGER’S NOTICES. TO SUBSCRIBERS. WILL Subscribers please note that only those subscriptions which are sent direct to the Proprietors of THE LANCET at their Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C., are dealt with by them ? Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents (with none of whom have the Proprietors any connexion what- ever) do not reach THE LANCET Offices, and consequently inquiries concerning missing copies, &c., should be sent to the Agent to whom the subscription is paid, and not to THE LANCET Offices. Subscribers, by sending their subscriptions direct to THE LANCET Offices, will ensure regularity in the despatch of their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majority of Agents are able to effect. THE COLONIAL AND FOREIGN EDITION (printed on thin paper) is published in time to catch the weekly Friday mails to all parts of the world. The rates of subscriptions, post free from THE LANCET Offices, have been reduced, and are now as follows :- FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. TO THE COLONIES AND ABROAD. One Year .........Bl 1 0 0 One Year ... ... ... £1 5 0 0 Six Months ......... 0 12 6 Six Months ......... 0 14 0 Three Months ...... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0 Three Months ..’ ... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0 (The rate for the United Kingdom will apply also to Medical Subordinates in India whose rates of pay, including allowances, is less than Rs.50 per month.) Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) are payable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed " London County and Westminster Bank, Covent Garden Branch ") should be made payable to the Manager, Mr. CHARLES GooD, THE LANCET Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C. - TO COLONIAL AND FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE. The Manager will be pleased to forward copies direct from the Offices to places abroad at the above rates, whatever be the weight of any of the copies so supplied. SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICA-MESSRS. WILLIAM WOOD AND CO., 51, Fifth Avenue, New York, U.S.A.
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THURSDAY.-2.30 P.M., Gynaecological Operations (Dr. A. E. Giles).Clinics :-Medical Out-patient (Dr. A. J. Whiting); Surgical(Mr. Carson). 3 P.M., Medical In-patient (Dr. G. P. Chappel).

FRIDAY.—2.30 P.M., Operations. Clinics :-Medical Out-patient(Dr. A. G. Auld): Surgical (Mr. E. Gillespie); Eye (Mr. R. P.Brooks). 3 P.M., Medical In-patient (Dr. R. M. Leslie); ClinicalPathology and Pathological Demonstration (Dr. W. H. Duncan).

HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST.Brompton, S.W.

WEDNESDAY.—4.30 P.M., Lecture:—Dr. Wethered: Tuberculin inthe Treatment of Febrile Cases of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC,Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C.TUESDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :—Dr. R Russell : Paraplegia.

FRIDAY.—3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :—Dr. H. Tooth.

QUEEN’S HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, Board Room of the Hospital,Hackney-road, N.E.THURSDAY.-4 P.M., Dr. J. P. Parkinson : Difficulties in Diagnosis

in Disease in Children.

ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN, 49, Leicester-square, W.C.THURSDAY.-6 P.M., Dr. M. Dockrell: The Papular Diseases of the

Skin, their Diagnosis (Clinical and Histological), with theTreatment of Each.ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester.

THURSDAY.-4.15 P.M., Dr. D. E. Core: Some Points in HeartDisease. (Post-Graduate Clinic.)

ROTUNDA HOSPITAL POST-GRADUATE COURSES, Dublin.MONDAY.-10 A.M., Obstetrical Lecture: The Induction of Labour.

11 A.M., Examination of Patients and Minor Operaitons.TUESDAY.-10 A.M., Major Operations. 4 P.M., Class in Gynaeco-

logical Diagnosis.WFDNESDAY.-10 A.M., Obstetrical Lecture. 11 A.M., Examina-

tion of Patients and Minor Operations.THURSDAY.-10 A.M., Major Operations.FRIDAY.-10 A.M., Gynaecological Lecture : Pelvic Infection.

11 A.M., Examination of Patients and Minor Operations.4 P.M., Class in Gynaecological Diagnosis.

For further particulars of the above Lectures, &c., see AdvertisementPages.

A DIARY OF CONGRESSES.

THE following Congresses, Conferences, and Exhibitions are announcedfor 1913 :-

April 26th-Nov. 5th (Ghent).-International Exhibition.May 14th-17th (Halle a-S.).-Fifteenth Meeting of the German

Gynaecological Society.,, 15th-18th (Paris).-Twenty-first Annual Congress of the Royal

Institute of Public Health." l6th-31st (London, Holland Park Rink).-National Health

Exhibition.

" 22nd-June 7th (London, Olympia).-Royal Naval and MilitaryTournament.

May-October (Leipzig).-First International Building Exhibition." June llth (opens) (London, Crystal Palace).-Anglo-German

Exhibition. -

;, 16th and 17th (Minneapolis).-Fifteenth Annual Meeting ofthe American Proctologic Society.

,, 17th-20th (Minneapolis).-American Medical Association." 24th-27th (London, Ontario).-Canadian Medical Association." 26th-28th (Oxford).-Fourth Annual Conference of the British

Hospitals Association.., 30th and July lst (London, Guildhall).-Conference on Diet,

Cookery, and Hygiene in Elementary Schools andInstitutions.

July 7th-12th (Exeter).-Twenty-eighth Congress of the RoyalSanitary Institute.

" 16th-18th (Oxford, Keble College).-Oxford Ophthalmo-logical Congress.

" 21st-24th (London).-British Pharmaceutical Conference." 22nd-25th (Brighton).-Eighty-first Annual Meeting of the

British Medical Association.Aug. lst-3rd (Ghent).-Congress against the Adulteration and

Deterioration of Foodstuffs." lst-5th (Brussels).-Third International Conference on Cancer." 3rd-8th (London).-Sixth International Dental Congress." 4th and 5th (London, Caxton Hall).-English-speaking Con-

ference on Infant Mortality.n 6th-12th.-(London).-Seventeenth International Congress of

Medicine." 20th-26th (Ghent).-Third International Congress of Neurology

and Psychiatry," 25th-30th (Buffalo).-Fourth International Congress of School

Hygiene.Sept. 2nd-6th (Groningen).-International Physiological Congress.9th-13th (Vienna).-Second International Congress of Life

Saving and Prevention of Accidents." 10th-17th (Birmingham).-British Association." 21st-26th (Vienna).-Eighty-fifth Meeting of German Natural

Philosophers and Physicians." 22nd-28th (Milan).-Fourteenth International Anti-alcoholic

Congress.(London).-Historical Medical Exhibition. (Organised by Mr.

Henry S. Wellcome.)(London, Earl’s Court).-Imperial Services Exhibition.(Chicago).-Congress of the International Association of Refri-

geration.(Washington).-Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons.

In 1914 :- .

May lst-Nov. 1st (Lyons).-International Town Life Exhibition.Aug. 10th-15th (St. Petersburg).-Twelfth International Congress

of Ophthalmology.

(London).-Anglo-American Exhibition.(Vienna).-Third International Congress for Professional Diseases.(Auckland, N.Z.).-Australasian Medical Congress.(St. Petersburg).-Third Mendeléeff Congress of Pure and Applied

Chemistry and Physics.(Washington, D.C.).-International Congress of Americanists.(Paris).-Fourth International Medical Congress on Industrial

Accidents.

EDITORIAL NOTICES.IT is most important that communications relating to theEditorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed

exclusively" To THE EDITOR," and not in any case to anygentleman who may be supposed to be connected with theEditorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention shouldbe given to this notice.

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It is especially reqqlested that early intelligence of local eventshaving a medical interest, or which it is desirable to bringunder the notice of the profession, may be sent direct tothis office.

Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written onone side ot the paper only, AND WHEN ACCOMPANIED

BY BLOCKS IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE NAME OF THE

AUTHOR, AND IF POSSIBLE OF THE ARTICLE, SHOULDBE WRITTEN ON THE BLOCKS TO FACILITATE IDENTI-

FICATION.

Letters, w7tetAer intended for insertion or for private informa-tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses oftheir writers-not necessarily tor publication.

We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners.Local papers containing reports or news paragraphs should be

marked and addressed °° To the Sub-Editor."Letters relating to the publication, sale, and advertising

departments ot THE LANCET should be addressed " To theManager."

We cannot undertake to return MSS. not used.

MANAGER’S NOTICES.TO SUBSCRIBERS.

WILL Subscribers please note that only those subscriptionswhich are sent direct to the Proprietors of THE LANCET attheir Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C., are dealt with bythem ? Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents(with none of whom have the Proprietors any connexion what-ever) do not reach THE LANCET Offices, and consequentlyinquiries concerning missing copies, &c., should be sent tothe Agent to whom the subscription is paid, and not toTHE LANCET Offices.

’ Subscribers, by sending their subscriptions direct toTHE LANCET Offices, will ensure regularity in the despatchof their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majority ofAgents are able to effect.THE COLONIAL AND FOREIGN EDITION (printed on thin

paper) is published in time to catch the weekly Friday mailsto all parts of the world.The rates of subscriptions, post free from THE LANCET

Offices, have been reduced, and are now as follows :-FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. TO THE COLONIES AND ABROAD.

One Year .........Bl 1 0 0 One Year ... ... ... £1 5 0 0Six Months ......... 0 12 6 Six Months ......... 0 14 0Three Months ...... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0Three Months ..’ ... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0

(The rate for the United Kingdom will apply also toMedical Subordinates in India whose rates of pay, includingallowances, is less than Rs.50 per month.)

Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) are

payable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed" London County and Westminster Bank, Covent GardenBranch ") should be made payable to the Manager,Mr. CHARLES GooD, THE LANCET Offices, 423, Strand,London, W.C.

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TO COLONIAL AND FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS.SUBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED

TO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE.

The Manager will be pleased to forward copies direct fromthe Offices to places abroad at the above rates, whatever bethe weight of any of the copies so supplied.

SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICA-MESSRS. WILLIAM WOODAND CO., 51, Fifth Avenue, New York, U.S.A.

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Communications, Letters, &c., have beenreceived from-

A.-Messrs. Allen and Hanburys,Lond.; Messrs. Armour and Co.,Lond.; Anglo-American Pharma-ceutical Co., Lond.; AlnwickInfirmary, Hon. Secretary of;Atlas Non-puncture Inner CaseSyndicate, Lond.; Mr. E. Arnold,Lond.; Mr. F. Aldridge, Lond.;Aberdeen, Medical Officer ofHealth of; Asylum Workers’Association, Lond., Hon. Secre-tary of; Æolian Hall, Lond.,Manager of; Mr. Charles E.Adams, Spokane.

B.-Messrs. T. B. Browne, Glasgow ;Messrs. Burroughs, Wellcome,and Co., Lond.; Messrs. Bail1ière,Tindall, and Cox, Lond.; Birming-ham Corporation, Medical Officerof Health to the ; BirkenheadandWirral Children’s Hospital, Secre-tary of ; Baylor University,Dallas, U.S.A., Registrar of;Dr. H. Lee Barnes, WallumLake; Bridlington,Medical Officerof Health of; Mr. Clark Bell,New York; Mr. J. F. Briscoe,Alton ; Mr. W. T. Barns, Carlisle ;Mr. Robert M.Byers, New York;Mr. Francis Brook, Lond.

C.-Canterbury Borough Asylum,Medical Superintendent of ;Camberwell Guardians, Clerk tothe ; Mr. H. A. Collins, Croydon;Cambridge University, Secre-tary of ; Calcutta Corporation,Secretary of ; Dr. H. W. Crowe,Yelverton; Chelsea ClinicalSociety, Lond., Hon. Secretariesof; Mr. Thomas P. Codd, Lond.;Mr. A. Rogers Connop, Leo-minster ; Dr. Carron de laCarrière, Paris.

D.-Dorland Agency, Lond.; DevonCounty Asylum, Exminster,Clerkto the; Denbighshire Infir-mary, Denbigh, Secretary of;Dr. Thomas W. Dewar, Dun-blane ; Dr. Dubruel de Broglio,Rochefort-sur-Mer; Lieutenant-Colonel A. M. Davies, R.A.M.C.,Eltham ; The Drama League,Lond.; Deutsche Gesellschaft zurBekampfung der Geschlechts-krankheiten, Berlin, Vorstandder; Dr. Thomas Dutton, Lond.

E.—Electrical Engineering and

Equipment Co., Lond.; Dr.William Ewart, Lond.; CaptainE. H. Edwards, R.N., Lond.;.East End Mothers’ Lying-inHome, Secretary of.

F.-Mr. A. Le Forestier, Lond.;Messrs. Fannin and Co., Dublin;Factories, Chief Inspector of,Lond.; Miss A. Fulcher, Lond.;Factory Girls’ Country HolidayFund,Lond.

G.-Messrs. Gordon and Gotch,Lond.; Messrs. Grantham and Co.,Reading; Glasgow UniversityClub, Lond., Hon. Secretary of;Guy’s Hospital Medical School,Lond., Dean of.

H.-Dr. E. L. Hunt, Lond.; Mr.C. A. Hoefftcke, Lond.; Dr.F. de Havilland Hall, Lond.;Mr. C. W. Hutt, Brighton;Mr. F. J. Hyam, Lond.; Dr.Francis Hare, Beckenham Park;Dr. John Henderson, Glasgow;Hetton-le-Hole, Medical Officerof Health of; Mr. H. W. Hamil-ton-Hoare, Lond.; Hospital forConsumption and Diseases of theChest, Lond., Dean of ; Dr.

Jobson Horne, Lond.; HarveianSociety of London, Hon. Secre-tary of.

I.-Ilkley Urban District, MedicalOfficer of Health of.

J.-Mr. R. A. Jones, Liverpool.K.-Messrs. R. A. Knight and Co.,Lond.; Messrs. G. Kelly and Co.,Lond.; Kent Education Com-mittee, Lond., Secretary of ;Kent and Canterbury Hospital,Secretary of; Kensington, Medi-cal Officer of Health of.

L.-Dr. J. Lambie, Mansfield ;Loughborough and DistrictGeneral Hospital, Secretary of ;Lady Margaret Lying-in Homes, ! Bromley, Secretary of; LeedsGeneral Infirmary, Manager of ;Mr. H. K. Lewis, Lond.; Pro-fessor Sir E. Ray Lankester,Bournemouth ; Lincoln MemorialHospital, Knoxville, U.S.A.;Mr. T. Pagan Lowe, Lond.;Dr. R. Murray Leslie, Lond.;Dr. S. Lilienstein, Bad Nauheim;London and Counties MedicalProtection Society. GeneralSecretaty ef; Mr R. Lake, Lond

M.-Messrs. D. T. McAinsh andCo., Toronto; Mr. G. H. Makins,Lond.; Manchester NorthernHospital for Women and Chil-dren, Secretary of; MedicalSupply Association, Lond.; Man-chester Guardians, Clerk to the ;Maltine Manufacturing Co.,Lond.; Mr. R. Mosse, Berlin;Messrs. Maurice and Co., Lond.;Messrs. Miiller and Steinicke,Munich; Dr. J. C. McWalter,

! Dublin ; Dr. Edward M. Merrins,Wuchang; Thomas McLean’sGallery, Lond.; Mr. Allen E.Mahood, Boscombe; Mr. H.Leslie Murray, Liverpool;Medico - Psychological Associa-tion of Great Britain and Ire-land, Lond.; Medical DefenceUnion, Lond.; Dr. James Melvin,Rochdale; Medico-Legal Society,Lond.

N.-Mr. M. Nicoll, Lond.; NorthStaffordshire Infirmary, Harts-hill, Secretary of; New YorkPharmaceutical Co., BedfordSprings, U.S.A.; National HealthInsurance Commissioners, Lond.,Secretary to; Dr. Howard W.Nowell, Boston.

O.-Dr. J. O’Conor, Buenos Aires;Messrs. Oliphant, Anderson, andFerrier, Lond.

P.-Messrs. Peacock and Hadley,Lond.; Mr. F. H. Preston, Lond.;Portsmouth Guardians, Clerk tothe; Dr. D. Wells Patterson,Newcastle-on-Tyne; Dr. L. A.

Parry, Brighton; Mr. StephenPaget, Lond.; Dr. W. Preston-Hillary, Lond.; Dr. R. H. Para-more, Lond.; Mr. L. T. Poole,York.

R.-Royal College of Surgeons ofEngland, Lond., Secretary of;Royal Halifax Infirmary, Secre-tary of; Royal Hampshire CountyHospital, Winchester, Secretaryof; Royal Institute of PublicHealth, Lond., Hon. Secretaryof; Royal Cornwall Infirmary,Truro, Secretary of; Messrs.Robertson and Scott, Edinburgh ;Royal Victoria Infirmary, New-castle - on - Tyne, Secretary of ;

Dr. H. Rischbieth, Adelaide,S.A.; Royal Microscopical Society,Lond., Secretary of ; Royal MailSteam Packet Co., Lond., Secre-tary of ; Royal Society, Lond.,Assistant Secretary of; RoyalMeteorological Society, Lond.;Royal College of Surgeons ofEngland, Lond., President of, andLady Godlee.

S.-Stoke-on-Trent and Stoke RuralJoint Hospital Board. Clerk tothe ; Swansea General and EyeHospital, Secretary of; SheffieldRoyal Hospital, Secretary of;Messrs. G. Street and Co., Lond.;St. Neots Advertiser, Manager of ;Society of Chemical Industryin Basle, Lond.; SheffieldRoyal Infirmary, Secretary of ;Messrs. Sansom Bros. and Co.,Mansfield; Dr. Julius Springer,Berlin; Dr. Agnes Savill, Lond.;Professor W. Stirling, Manches-ter ; Mr. Herbert Shore, Lond.;Society for the Relief of Widowsand Orphans of Medical Men,

, Secretary of; Scientific Press,Lond., Mr. R. B. Sargeant, Lond.;

Mr. Sydney Smith, Lond.; Messrs.R. Sumner and Co., Liverpool;Messrs. Spiers and Pond, Lond.;Messrs. Smith and Gill, Sheffield ;Dr. Frank Shuffiebotham, Lond.

T.-Dr. H. H. Taylor, Bromley;Captain W. Tarr, I.M.S., Khan-dwa ; Mr. C. J. S. Thompson,Lond.

U.-University of London Press,Lond.

V.-Messrs. J. W. Vickers and Co.,Lond.; Dr. G. Valenti, Campello;Dr. J. C. Voigt, Southport.

W.—Wolverhampton General Hos-pital, Secretary of; WoodhallSpa Co., Secretary of; Westing-house Cooper Hewitt Co., Lond.;Wakefield General Hospital, Hon.Secretary of; Messrs. Ward,Lond.; Warrington Corporation,Clerk to the; Dr. C. Wall, Lond.;Dr. J. T. Ainslie Walker, NewYork; Dr. A. D. Waller, Lond.;W. C. G.; West London HospitalPost-Graduate College, Staff of;Dr. Arthur J. Whiting, Lond.;Dr. Royal Whitman, New York.

Y.-Y.M.C.A., Lond., Secretary of

Letters, each with enclosure, are alsoacknowledged from-

A.-Dr. C. M. Allan, Longton; ]Allen Advertising Agency, NewYork; Ashbrook Hall, Holling-ton, Licensee of; Dr. E. L. Ash,Lond.; Army and Navy MaleNurses’ Co-operation, Lond.,Secretary of.

B.-Bury Infirmary, Secretary of;Mr. W. G. Burcombe, Lincoln ;Birmingham Corporation, Trea-surer to the; Banco Espanol delRio de la Plata, Lond., Managerof ; Birkenhead Borough Hos-pital, Secretary of; Messrs.Blatchley and Ashwell, Lond.;Bolingbroke Hospital, Lond.,Secretary of ; Bedford CountyHospital, Secretary of ; Dr.T. W. Beazeley, Stechford ;Mr. W. H. Barrett, Chichester;British Diamalt Co., Lond.;Dr. W. Blair Bell, Liverpool;Dr. D. Bower, Bedford.

C.-Dr. R. Chalmers, Swabue ;Mr. H. J. A. Campbell, Jersey;C. J. J. H.

D.-Mr. J. T. Davenport, Lond.;Messrs. Dawson and Sons. Lond.;Durham County Council, Dur-ham, Accountant to the; DavidLewis Northern Hospital, Liver-pool, Secretary of ; DevonshireHospital, Buxton, Secretary of.

F.-Dr. U. E. nntay, tiavana;Dr. H. P. Fairlie, Glasgow;Farnham House, Finglas, Medi-cal Superintendent of; Messrs.J. S. Fry and Sons, Bristol;Dr. L. Findlay, Glasgow ; Dr. T.Forrest, Bury St. Edmunds

G.-Miss Gurney, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Grimsby and District Hos-pital, Secretary of ; G. T.;Mr. J. F. Gell, Nottingham.

H.-Dr. S. H. Habershon, Lond.; Horton Infirmary, Banbury,Secretary of.

J.-Dr. J. Jackson, Shanghai;Mr. A. L. Jenkins, Pontlottyn;Messrs. Judd, Lond.

K.-King Edward VII. WelshNational Memorial Association,Newtown, Secretary of; Mr.T. S. Keys, Lond.

L.-Mr. T. S. Logan, Stone;Mr. L. T. Leslie, Evesham ;Messrs. Lee and Nightingale,Liverpool.

M.-Matthew’s Advertising Ser-vice, Lond.; Mr. R. More, Glas-gow ; Mr. A. Maude, Westerham;Messrs. Menzies and Co., Edin-burgh ; Mrs. Morison, Lond.;Messrs. May, Roberts, and Co.,Lond.; Medicus, Liverpool;Messrs. W. Martin, Clarke, andCo., Lond.

N.-North Riding Infirmary, Mid-dlesbrough, Secretary of ; Nor-wood Sanatorium, Beckenham,Secretary of; Neath, &c., MedicalAid Association, Secretary of;Noble’s Isle of Man Hospital,Douglas, Secretary of ; Rev. J. E.Newby, Pilton.

O.-Mr. C. A. P. Osburne, OldCatton; Dr. G. Olano, Lima.

P.-Dr. M. Pfister, Heidelberg;Dr. T. W. Parkinson, Lond.;Lieutenant L. T. Poole, R.A.M.C.,York; Pharmaceutical Society ofGreat Britain, Secretary of ;Poplar Borough Dispensary,Lond., Chairman of; PrivateMaternity Home, Hove.

Q.-Queen’s Hospital,Birmingham,Secretary of ; Q., Regina-road,N.W.

R.-Royal South Hants and South-ampton Hospital, Secretary of;Rotherham Hospital, Secretaryof ; R. H. N. R.; Miss Rattray,Haslemere; R. T.

S.-Dr. C. S. de Segundo, Lond.;Messrs. Smith and Son, York;

Smedley’s Hydropathic Co.,Matlock, Secretary of; Dr. H.

Spitta, Lond.; Captain J. M.Skinner, M.S., Berhampore;Messrs. Siegle and Co., Lond.;Mr. C. A. Savari Rayan, Nandi-gama ; Sunderland Royal Infir-mary, Secretary of; S. A. M.

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