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1455 NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC, Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C. TUESDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :-Dr. F. Buzzard: En- ""’" cephalitis. FRIDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :-Dr. F. Buzzard: Epilepsy. CENTRAL LONDON THROAT AND EAR HOSPITAL, Gray’s Inn- road, W.C. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.-3.45 P.M., Lectures :—Mr. W. Stuart-Low: Methods of Examination. ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN, 49, Leicester- square, W.C. TUESDAY.-6 P.M., Dr. W. Griffith: Pathology of the Epidermis. THURSDAY.-6 P.M., Chesterfield Lecture :—Dr. M. Dockrell; Tuberculosis of the Skin-I., Lupus Vulgaris; II., Tuberculosis Verrucosa Cutis; III., Scrofuloderma. ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester. THURSDAY.-4.15 P.M., A Demonstration of Clinical Cases will be given by Members of the Honorary Staff. (Post-Graduate Clinic.) OPERATIONS. METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS. MONDAY (20th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 p.a2.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Samaritan (Gynaecological, by Physicians, 2 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.). Children. Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor 9 A.M., Major 2 P.M.). TUESDAY (21st).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.m), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), West- minster (2 P.M.), West London, (2.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden- square (9.30 A.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M., Ophthalmic, 2 P.M.), Totten- ham (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (9.30 A.M. and 4 P.M.). WEDNESDAY (22nd).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St. Thomas’s 2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), St. George’s (Ophthalmic, 1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 9.30 A.M., Dental, 2 P.M.), Tottenham (Ophthalmic, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). THURSDAY (23rd).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), North-West London (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedie (9 A.M. and 3.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Tottenham (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M), , Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). i FRIDAY (24th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M., Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2 P.M.), Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.). London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (3.30 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M., Aural, 2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.)., Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). SATURDAY (25th).-Royal Free (9A.M.), London (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.), Charing Cross (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 A.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 9.30 A.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.). At the Royal Eye Hospital (2 P.M.), the Royal London Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M.), and the Central London Ophthalmic (2 P.M.), Hospital operations are performed daily. 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. 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NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC,Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C.TUESDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :-Dr. F. Buzzard: En-""’" cephalitis.FRIDAY.-3.30 P.M., Clinical Lecture :-Dr. F. Buzzard: Epilepsy.

CENTRAL LONDON THROAT AND EAR HOSPITAL, Gray’s Inn-road, W.C.TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.-3.45 P.M., Lectures :—Mr. W. Stuart-Low:

Methods of Examination.

ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN, 49, Leicester-square, W.C.TUESDAY.-6 P.M., Dr. W. Griffith: Pathology of the Epidermis.THURSDAY.-6 P.M., Chesterfield Lecture :—Dr. M. Dockrell;

Tuberculosis of the Skin-I., Lupus Vulgaris; II., TuberculosisVerrucosa Cutis; III., Scrofuloderma.

ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester.THURSDAY.-4.15 P.M., A Demonstration of Clinical Cases will be

given by Members of the Honorary Staff. (Post-GraduateClinic.)

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OPERATIONS.METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS.

MONDAY (20th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 p.a2.), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.),Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.),Samaritan (Gynaecological, by Physicians, 2 P.M.), Soho-square(2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.),London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.).Children. Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), CentralLondon Throat and Ear (Minor 9 A.M., Major 2 P.M.).

TUESDAY (21st).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.m), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), West-minster (2 P.M.), West London, (2.30 P.M.), University College(2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s(2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat(9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Children,Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M., Ophthalmic, 2 P.M.), Totten-ham (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M.,Major, 2 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (9.30 A.M. and 4 P.M.).

WEDNESDAY (22nd).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), University College(2 P.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing Cross(3 P.M.), St. Thomas’s 2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College(2 P.M.), St. George’s (Ophthalmic, 1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2 P.M.),St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Gt. NorthernCentral (2.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.),London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square(9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children, Gt.Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 9.30 A.M., Dental, 2 P.M.), Tottenham(Ophthalmic, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), Central LondonThroat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.).

THURSDAY (23rd).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s(3.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St.George’s (1 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex(1.30 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), North-WestLondon (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.),Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan(9.30 A.M and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s(1.30 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedie (9 A.M. and 3.30 P.M.), RoyalEar (2 P.M.), Children Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.),Tottenham (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M), ,

Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). i

FRIDAY (24th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M., Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), CharingCross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s(2 P.M.), Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Gt.Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.). LondonThroat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat,Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (3.30 P.M.),Soho-square (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M., Aural,2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.)., Central LondonThroat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.).

SATURDAY (25th).-Royal Free (9A.M.), London (2 P.M.), Middlesex(1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.),Charing Cross (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 A.M.),Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Children, Gt.Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 9.30 A.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.).

At the Royal Eye Hospital (2 P.M.), the Royal London Ophthalmic(10 A.M.), the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M.), and theCentral London Ophthalmic (2 P.M.), Hospital operations are performeddaily.

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

Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressedexclusively "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 requested that early intelligence of local eventshaving a mediead interest, or ivhica 2t is desirable to bringunder the notice of the profession, may be sent direct tothis office.

Lectures, origanal art’icles, 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, SHOULD

BE WRITTEN ON THE BLOCKS TO FACILITATE IDENTI-

FICATION.

Letters, whether intended for insertion or for private informa-tion, must be authentwated by the names and uddresses oftheir writers-not necessarily for publication.

We eannot prescribe or reeommend pracstitioners.Local papers eontain’ing reports or news paragraplts should be

marked and addressed "To the Sub-Editor."

Letters relating to the publication, sale and advertisingdepartments of THE LANCET should be addressed « To the

Manager. "

We oannot undertake to return MSS. not used.

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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 insure 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 ..........21 1 0 0 One Year .........;B1 5 0 0Six Months......... 0 12 6 I Six Months ......... 0 14 0Three Months ...... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0

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Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) arepayable 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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tion Edinburgh, Clerk and Trea- County and City Asylum, Medicalsurer of. Superintendent of; Dr. W. B.

S.-Sleeping Sickness Bureau, Warrington, Liverpool; Dr. F.Lond.; Dr. E. I. Spriggs. Lond.; Parkes Weber, Lond.; Messrs.Messrs. Smith, Elder, and Co Watkins and Osmond Lond.;Lond.; Dr. W. Allen Strange, Walsall and District Hospital,Mildenhall; Dr. Graham Steell. Secretary of ; Messrs. John WeissManchester; Messrs. Sandow, and Son, Lond.Lond.; S. A. B.; Dr. E. Belling- Z.-Messrs. C. Zimmermann andham Smith, Lond.; Dr. Harold Co., Lond.

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B.-Barnsley Hall Asylum, Broms- Leeds University, Secretary of;grove, Clerk to the ; Bury In- Mr. A. R. Littlejohn, Lond.firmary, Secretary of ; Mr. H. M.-Dr. A. R. Moody, Stoke-on-Butterfield, Northampton; Brom- Trent; Medicus, Lond.; Messrs.ley Cottage Hospital Secre- J. Menzies and Co., Edinburgh;taryof.

’ J. Menzies and Co., Edinburgh;tary of. Messrs. Methuen and Co., Lond.;C.-Chelsea Hospital for Women, Messrs. Martin, Winser, and Co.,Lond., Secretary of; Chester Messrs. Martin Winser, and Co.,Lond.. Secretary of; Chester Tunbridge Wells; Dr. J. WW

General Infirmary, Secretary of; Maxwell, Thames Ditton; Dr.G. W. Carnrick Co., New York; F. J. Munn, Toronto, Canada;Captain R. A. Chambers, I.M.S., Dr. M. T. Moussa, Behara; Dr.Quetta; Mr. J. Carter, Lond.; Dan McKenzie, Lond.; MedicalCoppice Nottingham, Secretary Graduates College and Polyclinic,of; Central London Throat and Lond., Secretary of; Mrs. M.Ear Hospital, Secretary of ; Lond., Secretary of; Mrs. M.;Ear Hospital, Secretary of; Moat House, Tamworth, Medical

C. T. L. Superintendent of.D.-Mr.A.C.Dixon.Antofagasta; Superintendent of.Mr. A. Denyer, Bishop Auck- N.-Nottingham Guardians, Clerkland. to the.

E.-Dr. G. N. Edmondson, Pateley P.-Portsmouth Guardians. ClerkBridge; Endolytic Tube Co., to the. Pembrokeshire CountyHampton-on-Thames. Council, Haverfordwest, Clerk

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G.-Dr. V. Ghazarian, Trebizonde; R.N., Dalbeattie; R. A. R.;Mr. G. R. Gowland, Wickham Royal Berkshire Hospital, Read-Skeith ; Mrs. Gordon, Lond.; ing, Secretary of.Messrs. Gindlay and Co., Cal- S.-Dr. T. 0. Scott, Leeds;cutta ; G. T. Messrs. Spiers and Pond, Lond.;

H.-Mr. P. Lake Hope, Pontyates ; Messrs. G. Street and Co., Lond. ;Messrs. C. Hearson and Co., Messrs. Squire and Sons, Lond.;Lond.; H. I.; Messrs. A. Hey- Sunderland Royal Infirmary,wood and Son, Manchester; Secretary of; Dr. F. Seymour,Mr. W. C. Hinder, Treherbert ; Lond.; Smedley’s Hydro Co.,Messrs. T. Hedges, Lond.; Harley Matlock, Managing Director of ;Institute, Lond., Secretary of ; Sanitas Electrical Co., Lond.HaslemereNursing Home, Super- T.-Mr. C. F. Thackray, Leeds.intendent of. W.-Dr. C. E. Wilmot, Ramsey;

I.-India Rubber, Gutta Percha, Dr. J. E. Williams, Port Talbot;and Telegraph Works Co., Lond. W. L.

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