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1227 TUESDAY (24th).-ROYAL MEDICAL AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Paper :-Mr. J. D. Malcolm: Inflammation and Peritonitis regarded as Physiological Processes. THERAPEUTICAL SOCIETY (Apothecaries’ Hall).—4.30 P.M. Annual General Meeting. Election of Officers. Papers :—Dr. H. French : Therapeutical Aspects of the Congress on Hygiene.-Mr. T. R. Elliott: Experimental Investigation upon the Action of Adrenalin Chloride.-I)r. Steele and Dr. Plant: Adrenalin Chloride in the Treatment of Serous Effusions. WEDNESDAY (25th).-HUNTERIAN SOCIETY (London Hospital, not at Guy’s Hospital as was previously arranged).-4 P.M. Clinical Afternoon. THURSDAY (26th).-HARVEIAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (Stafford Rooms, Titchborne-street, Edgware-road, W.).-8.30 P.M. Papers :-Mr. H. Tilley: The Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the Commoner Forms of Nasal Obstruction.-Mr. E. W. Brewerton: Extirpation of the Lachrymal Sac. NEUROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (11, Chandos- street, Cavendish-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Clinical Evening. Patients in attendance at 8 P.M. BRITISH BALNEOLOGICAL AND CLIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY (20, Hanover- square, W.).-8.30 P.M. General Meeting. 9 P.M. Presidential Address :-Dr. G. W. H. Cumming (Torquay): The Influence of Climate upon Old Age and Senile Diseases. Paper :-Dr. R. W. Felkin: Sea Voyages for Invalids. CHILDHOOD SOCIETY AND THE BRITISH CHILD-STUDY ASSOCIATION (Parkes Museum, Margaret-street, W.).-8 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. C. Reddie: Some Causes of Physical, Mental, and Moral Degeneration. (Arranged by the Childhood Society.) FRIDAY (27th).-CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8 P.M. Exhibition of Clinical Cases followed by discussion. Patients will be in attendance from 8 to 9 P.M. LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c. MONDAY (23rd).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Whitfield: Clinique. (Skin.) 5.15 P.M. Dr. H. Mackenzie: Abscess of the Liver. POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. R. J. Reece : The Dwelling House and its Surroundings (with lantern slides). TUESDAY (24th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. W. Harris: Clinique. (Medical.) 5.15 P.M. Mr. M. Morris : The Treatment of Scars and Cheloid. POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell: Operative Treatment of Chronic Gastritis. NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen- square, Bloomsbury, W.C.).-3.30 P.M. Dr. Batten: Syringomyelia. NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (Tottenham Hos- pital, N.).-4 30 P.M. Lecture:-Dr. G. F. Chappel: The Early Diagnosis of Tvphoid Fever. WEDNESDAY (25th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLY- CLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Pardoe: Clinique. (Surgical.) 5.15 P.M. Mr. Collins: Intra-Ocular Tumours (with lantern slides). POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell : Floating Kidney. NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (North-Eastern Fever Hospital, St. Ann’s-road, N.).-2.30 P.M. Dr. Turner : Demon- stration on Fevers. HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST (Bromp- ton).-4 P.M. Opening Demonstration :-Dr. Greg : Examination of the Chest by the X Rays. THURSDAY (26th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. Hutchinson : Clinique. (Surgical.) 5.15 P.m. Dr. A. Morison : The Nature and Treatment of the Attack in Spasmodic Asthma. POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Ll. Williams: Pain and Swelling in the Mouth. SAMARITAN FREE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN (Marylebone-road, N.W.).- 3 P.M. Lecture :-Mr. Malcolm: Some Points in Connexion with Appendicitis. CHARING CROSS HOSPITAL.-4 P.M. Dr. Mott: Demonstration of Medical Cases. (Post Graduate Course.) ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square, W.C.).-6 P.M. Dr. M. Dockrell: Seborrhœa and Psoriasis dealt with as Stages of the same Dermatitis in Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment. (Chesterfield Lecture.) MOUNT VERNON HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST (7, Fitzroy-square, W.).-5 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. J. E. Squire: Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Children. (Lecture II.) (Post-Graduate Course.) WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL (University of London) (Caxton-street, Westminster, S.W.).-5 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. B. Abrahams : Applied Physiology. (Lecture III ) ) FRIDAY (27th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. H. Tilley: Clinique. (Throat.) POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. Russell: Nephritis. (Lecture II.) NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen- square, Bloomsbury, W.C.).-3.30 P.M. Sir V. Horsley : Surgery of the Nervous System. NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (Tottenham Hos- pital, N.).-4.30 P.M. Lecture :-Mr. R. P. Brooks: Diseases of the Optic Nerve. EDITORIAL NOTICES. IT is most important that communications relating to the Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed exclusively " TO THE EDITORS," 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 be given to this notice. It is especially requested 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 otJioe. Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written on one side of 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. 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TUESDAY (24th).-ROYAL MEDICAL AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY (20,Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Paper :-Mr. J. D. Malcolm:Inflammation and Peritonitis regarded as Physiological Processes.

THERAPEUTICAL SOCIETY (Apothecaries’ Hall).—4.30 P.M. AnnualGeneral Meeting. Election of Officers. Papers :—Dr. H. French :Therapeutical Aspects of the Congress on Hygiene.-Mr. T. R.Elliott: Experimental Investigation upon the Action of AdrenalinChloride.-I)r. Steele and Dr. Plant: Adrenalin Chloride in theTreatment of Serous Effusions.

WEDNESDAY (25th).-HUNTERIAN SOCIETY (London Hospital, notat Guy’s Hospital as was previously arranged).-4 P.M. ClinicalAfternoon.

THURSDAY (26th).-HARVEIAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (Stafford Rooms,Titchborne-street, Edgware-road, W.).-8.30 P.M. Papers :-Mr. H.Tilley: The Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the CommonerForms of Nasal Obstruction.-Mr. E. W. Brewerton: Extirpationof the Lachrymal Sac.

NEUROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (11, Chandos-street, Cavendish-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Clinical Evening. Patientsin attendance at 8 P.M.

BRITISH BALNEOLOGICAL AND CLIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. General Meeting. 9 P.M. PresidentialAddress :-Dr. G. W. H. Cumming (Torquay): The Influence ofClimate upon Old Age and Senile Diseases. Paper :-Dr. R. W.Felkin: Sea Voyages for Invalids.

CHILDHOOD SOCIETY AND THE BRITISH CHILD-STUDY ASSOCIATION(Parkes Museum, Margaret-street, W.).-8 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. C.Reddie: Some Causes of Physical, Mental, and Moral Degeneration.(Arranged by the Childhood Society.)

FRIDAY (27th).-CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover-square,W.).-8 P.M. Exhibition of Clinical Cases followed by discussion.Patients will be in attendance from 8 to 9 P.M.

LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c.MONDAY (23rd).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC

(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Whitfield: Clinique.(Skin.) 5.15 P.M. Dr. H. Mackenzie: Abscess of the Liver.

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. R. J. Reece : The Dwelling House and itsSurroundings (with lantern slides).

TUESDAY (24th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. W. Harris: Clinique.(Medical.) 5.15 P.M. Mr. M. Morris : The Treatment of Scars andCheloid.

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell: Operative Treatment of ChronicGastritis.

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C.).-3.30 P.M. Dr. Batten: Syringomyelia.

NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (Tottenham Hos-pital, N.).-4 30 P.M. Lecture:-Dr. G. F. Chappel: The Early

Diagnosis of Tvphoid Fever.WEDNESDAY (25th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLY-

CLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Pardoe: Clinique.(Surgical.) 5.15 P.M. Mr. Collins: Intra-Ocular Tumours (withlantern slides).

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell : Floating Kidney.

NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (North-EasternFever Hospital, St. Ann’s-road, N.).-2.30 P.M. Dr. Turner : Demon-stration on Fevers.

HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST (Bromp-ton).-4 P.M. Opening Demonstration :-Dr. Greg : Examinationof the Chest by the X Rays.

THURSDAY (26th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. Hutchinson : Clinique.(Surgical.) 5.15 P.m. Dr. A. Morison : The Nature and Treatmentof the Attack in Spasmodic Asthma.

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Ll. Williams: Pain and Swelling in theMouth.

SAMARITAN FREE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN (Marylebone-road, N.W.).-3 P.M. Lecture :-Mr. Malcolm: Some Points in Connexion withAppendicitis.

CHARING CROSS HOSPITAL.-4 P.M. Dr. Mott: Demonstrationof Medical Cases. (Post Graduate Course.)

ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square,W.C.).-6 P.M. Dr. M. Dockrell: Seborrhœa and Psoriasis dealtwith as Stages of the same Dermatitis in Symptoms, Diagnosis, andTreatment. (Chesterfield Lecture.)

MOUNT VERNON HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THECHEST (7, Fitzroy-square, W.).-5 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. J. E. Squire:Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Children. (Lecture II.) (Post-GraduateCourse.)

WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL (University of London)(Caxton-street, Westminster, S.W.).-5 P.M. Lecture :-Dr. B.Abrahams : Applied Physiology. (Lecture III ) )

FRIDAY (27th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. H. Tilley: Clinique.(Throat.)

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. Russell: Nephritis. (Lecture II.)

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C.).-3.30 P.M. Sir V. Horsley : Surgery ofthe Nervous System.

NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (Tottenham Hos-pital, N.).-4.30 P.M. Lecture :-Mr. R. P. Brooks: Diseases of theOptic Nerve.

EDITORIAL NOTICES.IT is most important that communications relating to the

Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressedexclusively " TO THE EDITORS," and not in any case to anygentleman who may be supposed to be connected with theEditorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention begiven to this notice.

It is especially requested 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 otJioe.

Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written onone side of the paper only, AND WHEN ACCOMPANIEDBY 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, whether intended for insertion or forprivate informa-tion, must be authenticated by the nanrzes and addresses oftheir writers-not necessarily for publication.

We cannotprescribe 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 de-

apartments of THE LANCET should be addressed 11 lb the

Manager." 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 LANCETat their Offices, 423, Strand, W.C., are dealt with by them? 2Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents (withnone 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 insure regularity in the despatchof their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majorityof Agents are able to effect.The rates of subscriptions, post free, either from

THE LANCET Offices or from Agents, are :-FOB THE UNITED KINGDOM. TO THE COLONIES AND ABROAD.

One Year ......... £1 12 6 One Year ......... £1 14 8Six Months ......... 016 3 I Six Months ......... 0 17 4Three Months ...... 0 8 2 Three Months ...... 0 8 8

Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) arepayable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed" London and Westminster Bank, Westminster Branch ")should be made payable to the Manager, Mr. CHARLES GOOD,THE LANCET Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C.

SUBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTEDTO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE. Ithas come to the knowledge of the Manager that in somecases higher rates are being charged, on the plea that theheavy weight of THE LANCET necessitates additionalpostage above the ordinary rate allowed for in the terms ofsubscriptions. Any demand for increased rates, on this or onany other ground, should be resisted. The Proprietors ofTHE LANCET have for many years paid, and continue to pay,the whole of the heavy cost of postage on overweight foreignissues; and Agents are authorised to collect, and do socollect, from the Proprietors the cost of such extra postage.

METEOROLOGICAL READINGS.(Taken daily at 8.30 a.m. by Steward’s Instuments.)

THE LANCET Office, Oct. 19th, 1905.

During the week marked copies of the following newspapershave been received :-Belfast Nletvs Letter, Daily News, DailyTelegraph, lforning Post, Manchester Dispatch, Belfast Whig,Liverpool Post and Mercury, Watford Observer, Dudley Herald, Nun-eaton Chronicle, Stratford Express, Norwich Eastern Daily Press,Doncaster Gazette, Daily Express, Standard, Portsmouth Express,The Regiment, Somerset County Gazette, &c.