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233 DIARY, EDITORIAL NOTICES, MANAGER’S NOTICES. THURSDAY (26th).-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.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (Gyngeco- logical, 2.30 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (2 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2 P.M.). FRIDAY (27th).-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.), Charinf- 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.), Lonpon Throat (2 P.M. and 6 P.M.). SATURDAY (28th).-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s London (2P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.), Charing-cross (2 P.M.), St. Geurgn’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 P.M.), London Throat (2 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 Hospitals operations are performed daily. LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c. MONDAY (23rd).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Whitne’d: Consultation. (Skin. ) LONDON THROAT HOSPITAL (204, Gt. Portland-street, W.).-4.30 P.M. Dr. Cathcart : Miscellaneous Cases. (Post graduate Course.) WEST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE (West London Hospital, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell: The Preparation of Patients before and the Treatment after Operation. TUESDAY (24th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, ebonies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. J. E. Squire: Consultation. (Medical.) WEDNESDAY (25th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIO (22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Hillier : Consultation. (Medical.) THURSDAY (26th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ OOLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Hutchinson: Consulta- tion. (Surgical.) MEDICO - PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (11, Chandos-street, Cavendish- square, W.).-9 A.M. Educational Committee. 9.30 A.M. Parliamentary Committee. 10 A.M. Council Meeting. 11 A.M. Fifty-r.ioth Annual Meeting. Election of Offic-,rs and Committee. 2 P.M. Dr. F. Beach: Presidential Address.—Dr. W. W. Westcctt : Inebriety, its Causes, Results, and Treatment.-Dr. F. Daunt will read a paper. 8 P.M. Annual Dinner at the Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Mélropo)e. FRIDAY (27th).-MEDICAL GRADUATE’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. M. Gunn: Consultation. (Eye.) MEDICO - PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (11, Chandos street, Cavendish-square, W.).-10 A M. Microscopic Demonstrations, Preparations, Specimens, and Lantern Slides:-Dr. W. F. Robertson, Dr. J. S. Bolton, and Dr. G. A. Watson. Dr. H. H. Newington will exhibit and describe the Plans of the New East Sussex A,ylum. Dr. D. OrrandDr. T. P. Cowen: ACon- tribution to the Mo bid Anatomy of General Paralysis of the Insane (microscopic and lantern demouLtration).-Dr. J. 0. W. Barratt: Two Cases of Leptc-meningitis (microscopic and lantern demonstration). - Dr. J. Turner: Some Alterations produced by Disease in the Giant Nerve-cells of the Cortex (mioroscopto and lantern demon- strations).—Dr. L. C. Bruce and Dr. H. de M. Alexander: Observa- tions upon the various Physical Changes in the Acute and Subacute Stages of Melancholia. 2 P.M. Mr. C. F. Beadles : The Insane Jew. - Dr. W. C. Sullivan: Alcoholic Homicide.—Dr. D. Blair: Non- diabetic Glycosuria.-Dr. A. F. Shoyer : An Angeioma of Broca’s Convolution in a Lunatic.-Dr. P. W. Edridge-Green: Psycho- physical Perception. 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 Office. Lectures, original artieles, 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. -Letters, whether intended for insertion or for private informa- tion, must be a2zthentieated by the names and addresses of their writers, not necessarily for publication. We cannot prescribe or reeomg7ienLi 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- partinents of THE LANCET should be addressed "To the Manager." We cannot ue dertake to return MSS’, not used. BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEETING AT IPSWICH. DURING the forthcoming meeting of the British Medical Association at Ipswich the representatives of THE LANCET can be consulted at the Great White Horse Hotel, Ipswich, with regard to our reports of papers and proceedings. MANAGER’S NOTICES. THE INDEX TO THE LANCET. THE Index to Vol. I. of 1900, which was completed with the issue of June 30th, and the Title-page to the Volume, were given in THE LANCET of July 7th. VOLUMES AND OASES. VOLUMES for the first half of the year 1900 are now ready. Bound in cloth, gilt lettered, price 18s., carriage extra. Cases for binding the half-year’s numbers are also ready. Cloth, gilt lettered, price 2s., by post 2s. 3d. To be obtained on application to the Manager, accompanied by remittance. - 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, 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 rates of subscriptions, post free, either from THE LANCET Offices or from Agents, are:- FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. To THE COLONIES AND ABROAD. , One Year ........ £1 12 6 One Year .........jB114 8 ! Six Months ......... 0 16 3 Six Months ......... 0 17 4 Three Months ...... 0 8 2 Three Months ...... 0 8 8 Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) are payable 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 Office, 423, Strand, London, W.C. SUBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE. It has come to the knowledge of the Manager that in some cases higher rates are being charged, on the plea that the heavy weight of THE LANCET necessitates additional postage above the ordinary rate allowed for in the terms of subscriptions. Any demand for increased rates, on this or on any other ground, should be resisted. - The Proprietors of THE LANCET have for many years paid, and continue to pay, the whole of the heavy cost of postage on overweight foreign . issues ; and agents are authorised to collect, and do SC collect, from the Proprietors the cost of such extra postage. 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, Address- THE MANAGER, THE LANCET OFFICES, 423, STRAND, LONDON, ENGLAND. During the week marked copies of the following newspapers have been received : Derbyshire Courier, Newcastle Daily Chronicle, Manchester Guardian, East Anglian Daily Times Blackburn Telegraph, Gainsborough Leader, Staffordshire Sentinel, Norfolk Weekly Standard, Dover Standard, Midland Free Press, Liverpool Daily Post, Middlesborough Morning Mail, Daily Mail, South Wales News, Bristol Mercury, Bradford Observer, Market Harborough Mail, West Morning News, Yorkshire Post, Citizen, Scotsman, Builder, Times of India, Arbroath-Herald, Daily Express, Architect, Leeds Mercury, Local Government Chronicle, Hertfordshire Mercury, Daily Express (Dublin), Mining Journal, Surrey Advertiser, Irish Times, li7entish Mereeary, Liverpool Journal of Commerce, Locatl Government Journal, City Press, Reading Mercury, Ripley Advertiser, Warwick Times, Evesham Standard, Claphana Observer, Thirsk News, Sta,fford Advertiser, Wigan Observer, Woolwich Herald, Wiltshire Telegraph, Grimsby News, Cheshire Observer, Glowe Standard, Pioneer Mail, Ilkebton Advertiser, &c., &-c.

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233DIARY, EDITORIAL NOTICES, MANAGER’S NOTICES.

THURSDAY (26th).-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.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (Gyngeco-logical, 2.30 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (2 P.M.),St. Mark’s (2 P.M.).

FRIDAY (27th).-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.), Charinf-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.), LonponThroat (2 P.M. and 6 P.M.).

SATURDAY (28th).-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.),St. Thomas’s London (2P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.),Charing-cross (2 P.M.), St. Geurgn’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 P.M.),London Throat (2 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 Hospitals operations are performed daily.

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

(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Whitne’d: Consultation.(Skin. )

LONDON THROAT HOSPITAL (204, Gt. Portland-street, W.).-4.30 P.M.Dr. Cathcart : Miscellaneous Cases. (Post graduate Course.)

WEST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE (West London Hospital,W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Bidwell: The Preparation of Patients before andthe Treatment after Operation.

TUESDAY (24th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, ebonies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. J. E. Squire: Consultation.(Medical.)

WEDNESDAY (25th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIO(22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. A. Hillier : Consultation.(Medical.)

THURSDAY (26th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ OOLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Hutchinson: Consulta-tion. (Surgical.)

MEDICO - PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN ANDIRELAND (11, Chandos-street, Cavendish- square, W.).-9 A.M.Educational Committee. 9.30 A.M. Parliamentary Committee.10 A.M. Council Meeting. 11 A.M. Fifty-r.ioth Annual Meeting.Election of Offic-,rs and Committee. 2 P.M. Dr. F. Beach:Presidential Address.—Dr. W. W. Westcctt : Inebriety, its Causes,Results, and Treatment.-Dr. F. Daunt will read a paper. 8 P.M.Annual Dinner at the Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Mélropo)e.

FRIDAY (27th).-MEDICAL GRADUATE’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Ohenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. M. Gunn: Consultation.(Eye.)

MEDICO - PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND

IRELAND (11, Chandos street, Cavendish-square, W.).-10 A M.

Microscopic Demonstrations, Preparations, Specimens, and LanternSlides:-Dr. W. F. Robertson, Dr. J. S. Bolton, and Dr. G. A.Watson. Dr. H. H. Newington will exhibit and describe the Plans ofthe New East Sussex A,ylum. Dr. D. OrrandDr. T. P. Cowen: ACon-tribution to the Mo bid Anatomy of General Paralysis of the Insane(microscopic and lantern demouLtration).-Dr. J. 0. W. Barratt: TwoCases of Leptc-meningitis (microscopic and lantern demonstration).- Dr. J. Turner: Some Alterations produced by Disease in theGiant Nerve-cells of the Cortex (mioroscopto and lantern demon-strations).—Dr. L. C. Bruce and Dr. H. de M. Alexander: Observa-tions upon the various Physical Changes in the Acute and SubacuteStages of Melancholia. 2 P.M. Mr. C. F. Beadles : The Insane Jew.- Dr. W. C. Sullivan: Alcoholic Homicide.—Dr. D. Blair: Non-diabetic Glycosuria.-Dr. A. F. Shoyer : An Angeioma of Broca’sConvolution in a Lunatic.-Dr. P. W. Edridge-Green: Psycho-physical Perception.

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.

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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 Office.

Lectures, original artieles, 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 for private informa-tion, must be a2zthentieated by the names and addresses oftheir writers, not necessarily for publication.

We cannot prescribe or reeomg7ienLi 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-

partinents of THE LANCET should be addressed "To theManager."

We cannot ue dertake to return MSS’, not used.

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEETING ATIPSWICH.

DURING the forthcoming meeting of the British MedicalAssociation at Ipswich the representatives of THE LANCETcan be consulted at the Great White Horse Hotel, Ipswich,with regard to our reports of papers and proceedings.

MANAGER’S NOTICES.THE INDEX TO THE LANCET.

THE Index to Vol. I. of 1900, which was completed withthe issue of June 30th, and the Title-page to the Volume,were given in THE LANCET of July 7th.

VOLUMES AND OASES.VOLUMES for the first half of the year 1900 are now

ready. Bound in cloth, gilt lettered, price 18s., carriageextra.

Cases for binding the half-year’s numbers are also ready.Cloth, gilt lettered, price 2s., by post 2s. 3d.To be obtained on application to the Manager, accompanied

by remittance. -

TO SUBSCRIBERS.WILL Subscribers please note that only those subscriptions

which are sent direct to the Proprietors of THE LANCETat their Offices, 423, Strand, W.C., are dealt with by them Subscriptions 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 ensure 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:-FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. To THE COLONIES AND ABROAD.

, One Year ........ £1 12 6 One Year .........jB114 8! Six Months ......... 0 16 3 Six Months ......... 0 17 4

Three 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 Office, 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 oron any 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 foreign .

issues ; and agents are authorised to collect, and do SCcollect, from the Proprietors the cost of such extra postage.The Manager will be pleased to forward copies direct from

the Offices to places abroad at the above rates, whatever bethe weight of any of the copies so supplied, Address-THE MANAGER, THE LANCET OFFICES, 423, STRAND,LONDON, ENGLAND.

During the week marked copies of the following newspapershave been received : Derbyshire Courier, Newcastle DailyChronicle, Manchester Guardian, East Anglian Daily TimesBlackburn Telegraph, Gainsborough Leader, Staffordshire Sentinel,Norfolk Weekly Standard, Dover Standard, Midland Free Press,Liverpool Daily Post, Middlesborough Morning Mail, Daily Mail,South Wales News, Bristol Mercury, Bradford Observer, MarketHarborough Mail, West Morning News, Yorkshire Post, Citizen,Scotsman, Builder, Times of India, Arbroath-Herald, Daily Express,Architect, Leeds Mercury, Local Government Chronicle, HertfordshireMercury, Daily Express (Dublin), Mining Journal, Surrey Advertiser,Irish Times, li7entish Mereeary, Liverpool Journal of Commerce, LocatlGovernment Journal, City Press, Reading Mercury, RipleyAdvertiser, Warwick Times, Evesham Standard, Claphana Observer,Thirsk News, Sta,fford Advertiser, Wigan Observer, Woolwich Herald,Wiltshire Telegraph, Grimsby News, Cheshire Observer, Glowe

Standard, Pioneer Mail, Ilkebton Advertiser, &c., &-c.

234 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF LETTERS, ETC., RECEIVED.

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

A.-Mr. A. Anderson Sunderland ;Messrs. Arnold and Sons. Lond.;Messrs. Allen and Hanburys,Lond ; Astnn Hall. Sutton Cold-field, Secretary of; A. D. H. ,

Mons, Alcan Paris : Australian Trading World, Editnr of.

B.-Dr. J. A. Black, Winchester;Bedford County ]Hospital, Secre-tary of; Mr. W. Bowles. Lend.;Mr. D. Berry. Cambridge ; Mr.H. Butterfield, Northampton;Mr. B. Baker. Birmingham ;Messrs. Burroughs Wellecomeand Co.. Lond. ; B. L. T.;T. B. Browne, Ltd.. Lond.;Mr. C. Bitchall, Liverpool;Mr. A. Bohselier, Lond ; Mr.T. W. Bevan, Nantyglo. Mr.J. R. de C. Boscowao, Truro;Mrs. L. H. Burrows. Godalming;Mr. E. B ackett Lond.; Mr. E.Blake, Lond.; Dr. W. J. Beve-ridge, Caylloma.

C.-Dr. J. M. Clarke, Clifton ;Messrs. A. H. Cox and Co.,Brighton: Cornwall CountyAsylum, Bodmin, Secretary of;Messrs. Crosslev and Co.. Lond.;City Asylum, Gosforth. Clerk of ;Mr. H. Collier, Llincludno; Pro-fessor Corfield, 1 ond.: Mr. H. Y.Childs, Portland ; Dr. Contre-moulins, Paris; Dr. E. Cantley,Lond.; Mr. P. Carmody,Ttinidad.

D.-Mr. J. A. W. Dollar, Lond.;Messrs. H. Dawson ard Co.,Lond Dr. C. Dukes, Rugby.Mr. R. Dane, Sandown, Isle of

Wight; Dutbam County Asylum,Wintert,on, Secretary of.

E.-Dr. Jawes Edmunds, Lond.;Messrs E and Son. Dublin.

F.--Mr. A. Floyer, Foore ; Dr.W. H. Fawcett, Wimborne :Messrs. Findlater, Mackie andCo., Brighton; Mr. R. Foskett,Lond. ’

G.-Dr. J. Gilroy, Carlisle; Dr.J. Grav, Shrewsburv; Messrs.J. J. Griffin and Co., Lond.;Great Eastern Railway Co.,Continental Tcaffic, Manager of ;Dr. G. C. Garrett, Lond.: Sir W.Gowers, Lond.; Messrs. Gordon,Drummond. and Co., Lond. ;Great Eastern Railway Co.,Superintendent of the Line;Major Gardner, Lond.; Dr.

Stanley Green, Brav. Irel.H.--Dr. F. W. Hewitt, Lond.; Dr.H. Handford, Nottingham ; Mr.J. W. Haward Lond.; Dr. W.Harlland, Port Talbot. ,

I.-Messrs. Isenttal and Co., Lond. ; I,Independent Office Sheffield ; I

Ingham Infirmary, South ahietds,Secretarv of. ’

J.-Mr. E. Jones. St. Columb; Dr. J. Johnstone, Bolton; ’’

Jenner Institute of Preventive

Medicine, Lond., Seoretarv or ;Dr. T. Johnstone, Ilkley;J. F. H.

K.—Dr. L. Kidd, Lond. ; KreochyleI Co., Lond.L.-Mr. S. Lee, Exeter; Mr. C. S.

Leadbetter, Manchester ; Mr. H.Lupton, Stratford - on - Avon iMr. T. Laffan. Cashel.

M.-Mr. W. Martindale, Lond.;Maltine Manufacturing Co.,Lond.: Manchester Hospital forConsumption, Secretary of ;Manston Hospital. Seacroft.Secretary of; Malt Diastase Co.,New York; Messrs. Macmillanand Co.. Lond. ; MedicalGraduates’ College and Poly-clinic, Lond. ; Messrs. May andBaker, Lond.: Dr. F. E. Marshall,Liverpool; Dr. J. 0. MacKav,St. Colomb; Mr. H. Meggctt.Lond-; Miss Maule, Lond.; Mr.B. MeWeenny. Llandudno;Mr. J. Me Murtrie, Glasgow ;Medical Review of Review,Editor of.

N.-Mr. H. Nelson, Paris; Dr.E. F. M. Neave, Arbroath.

O.--Oldham Infirmary, Secretaryof ; Oral Instruction for DeafDumb, Association of, Lond.;Messrs. Orridge and Co., Lond.

P.-Mr. Y.J. Pentland, Edinburgh ;Messrs. Parke, Davis and Co.,Lond.: P. A. H., Liverpool ; Dr.G. C. Purvis. Grahamstown,Caps Colony ; Dr. F. W. Pavy,Lond.; Mr. W. G. Piummer,Lond.; Messrs. C. Arthur Pear-son, Lond.; Mr. V. Plaar, Lond. ;Mr. W. Proctor, Ballater; Messrs.Peacock and Hadley, Lond.

R.-Mr. W. Ramsden, Oxford;Mr. H. Rugg, Burton-on-Trent;Royal Institute of Public Health,Aberdeen, Hon. Secretaries of ;Messrs. Richmond and Co., Lond.;Mr. E. J. Reid, Lond.; RegisteredNursea’ Society, Lond.: RoyalSpa Hotel Co., Shanklin, Secre-tary of; Mr. George Reimer,Berlin; Dr. A. Rutter, Sunder-land ; Dr. Nathan Raw, Liver-pool.

S.-Dr. J. A. Shaw-MackenzieLond.; Mr. N. Smith, Lond.;Sell’s Advertising Agency, Lond.;Messrs. Sydney Bros., Lond.;Messrs. Sharland and Co., Lond.;Shredded Wheat Co., Lond.;Messrs. G. Street and Co., Lond. ;Sanitary Wood Wool Co., Lond.;Mr. J. F. Sutherland, Edinburgh ;Sanitary Institute, Secretary of

I Messrs. Samuel Bros., Lond.;Sentinel Co, Cambridge : Mr.

i J. A Souttar, Lond.; Mr. K.I Scott, Lond.

T.-Tottenham Hospital. Secretaryof ; The Tra ueller, Lond.,

Editor of; Mr. J. Taylor, New- castle.

U.-Unappreciated.V.-Vinolia Co.. Lond.; Mr. J. W. Vickers, LoncL; Mr. A. B. Vise, ! Holbech. I

W.-Mr. F. W. Wilkine. Lond.;Dr. D. Walsh, Lond.; W. G. H.; ,West Ham Hospital, Secretaryof; Worth’s Food Syndicate,Cbeltenham ; Mr. F. F. Welling.

! ton, Londo; Dr. G. S. Walton,I Sutton.

Letters, each with enclosure, are alsoacknowledged from-

A.-Mr. F. H. Allen, Kenilworth ;A.C.:A.L J.; A. H. W. ; A. L. ;Dr. F. W. Allkin, Denton ; A. J.;A. R. McF.

B.-Mr. W. Burns, Cambridge ;Dr. T. A. Brodie, Haywood ;Mr. T. H. Brocklehurst, Stour-bridge ; Messrs. Blake, Sand-ford, and Blake, Lond. ; B. R ;Mr. A. W. Brown, TunbridgeWells ; Mrs. B., Lond.; B., Lonct.Messrs. J. L. Bullock and Co.,Lond; Surgeon A. 0. Bobardt,R.N., H.M.S. Dart; Mr. 0. Bird,Lond.; Messrs. J. Belt and Co..Lond.; Dr. J. L. Bond, UkiahCity, U.S.A.

C.-Mr. J. B. Cameron, Lond.;Clifton Grand Spa, Bristol ;Rev. W H. Cleveland, Gateforth ;C. S.; Dr. W. S. Carrolt. Hafod ;City of Birmingham, Treasurerof ; Mr. Newman Chennells,Hastings; Mr. J. Couldrey, Scun-thorpe, Cardiff Infirmary, Baore-tarv of.

D.-Mr. J. Diggens, Lancaster ;Messrs. Dixon and Hunting,Lond.; Mr. A. E. Druitt, T r-quay ; Mr. F. Davidsop, Loud.;Mr. A. K. Dresser, Waterloo-ville ; Dr. T. Dewar, Hetton-leHole; Mr. W. Doughty, Chilling-ton.

E.-Dr. W. Elder, Leith; E. J P.;Messrs. Evans and Wormull,Lond.; Essex and ColchesterGeneral Hospital, Secretary out ;E. H. R.

F.-Dr. H. Forrester, Mottram;Fellows Medical ManufacturingCo., Lond.; F. W. B.; F. T. B.

G.-Mr. G. E. Gillett, Broahe;Messrs. Gale and Co.. Lond.;G. C. E.; Messrs. Garrett, White,and Poland, Lond.; Dr. J. Qrant,Napanee, Ontario.

H.-Dr. W. G. Hall, Nahan, India;Dr. W. Hutchinson, Widnes;Miss Haines, St. Leonatds ; Mr.R. Harrison, Lond.; H. G.; Dr.J. W. Hunt, Hendon; Messrs.J. Harvey and Co., Lond.; H. R.;Dr. J. Hinshelwood Glasgow;Mrs. H., Hove; H. M. ; MissHayes, Paignton; Mr. T. Harl-

ing, Gunnerside.L-Invercauld Arms Hotel, Bal-

later, Proprietor of.J.-Mr. 0. M. Jones, Victoria

British Columbia ; Mr. G. D.JohnEton, Vancouver; Mr. C.James, Avehurv ; J. T.; J. R. S.;J. S., Dr. E. S. Jackson, Carn-forth.

K.-Killgerm Co.. CIeckheaton.L.-Leeds General Innrmary. Seere-tary of; Loughborough GeneralHospital. Secretary of ; Locum,Birmingham ; L . Lond.

M—Dr. A. G. Milne, Rodley;Mr. J. D. Murdoch, Queensbury;Medical Society of Victoria,Melbonrne, Hon. Secretary of;Dr. J. F. Macara, Durness;Mr. S. B. Mason, Pontypool j *-

Dr. G. N. Meachen, Lond: Dr,J. Matheson, Lond. ; M.D.,London; Manchester MedicalAgency; Mr. L. C. Martin,Woolaton.

N.-Northern Medical Association,Glasgow ; Nurse, Rock ; N. B.;Messrs. Newton, Chambers, andCo., Thorncliffe.

O.-Mr. A. Oberfoel1, Lond ; 0. W.P.-Portsmouth Lunatic Asylum,Medical Superintendent of.

R.-Mr. B. Robinson, Rocester;Messrs. Raimes and Co., York;Mr. S. H. Rentzsch, Week St.Mary; Royal Isle of WightInfirmarv, Ryde, Secretary of;Mr. W. P. Ryall, Frome; Mr. A.Redpath, Newcastle-on-Tyne;Dr. R.. Royal Southern Hospital,Liverpool: R. J. B.; Dr. B.,Wootton Bassett.

S.-Mr. A. Stenhouse, Glasgow ;Sunderland Infirmary, Secretaryof : Mr. D. Stewart, Glasgow;S. W. W., Mr. K. F. Scott, Lond.;

I Mr. W. V. Sinclair, Colvton;Messra. Sandham and Co., Black-burn : Mr. E. T. Stanley, Lond.;Stamfrd Hill, &c., Dispensarv,Secretary of ; Mr. G. F. Smith,Watford: Dr, C. A. Shaw, Islandof Saba, West Indies.

T.-Messrs Tayler and Co., Lond.;Dr. W. E. Tresidder, Nottingham;The Therapi8t. Lond.; T. G.,Manchester ; Mr. S. Thrower,Lond.; Mr. J. Thin, Edinburgh.

W.-Dr. R. L. Wood, Knowsley;Mr. C. A. Wickham, Willes-

borough ; White, DurringtonMr. J. F. Watker, Swallowfield;Mr. G. E. Williams, DolgeUev;Mr. F. W. Wilkins, Lond. ; W. K.;W. L. B.; W. A. J.; Mr. J. F.Wilkin, South Multon; Messrs.Wtight, Ddin, and Co., Birming-ham ; Dr. Wilhelm, BarkleyEast, Cape Colony ; WarnefordAsytum. Oxfotd, Medical Super-iutendent of ; Messrs. H. Wilsonand Son, Lond.

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