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physician" and paid « medical attendant" atseven shillings annually for each member.Is there no medical association in Chelms-ford by which this matter could have beenexplained ?
MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL MEDICALSCHOOL.
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.
Thursday, April 21, 1842. I
JAMES ARNOTT, Esq., in the chair.
Anatomy.Prize, Mr. C. E. Hatherly; certificate,
Mr. John Crawley.Physiology.
First prize, Mr. Henry Greaves; secondprize, Mr. Thomas Graham; certificate, Mr.W. Hoblyn.
Practical Anatomy.First prize, Mr. T. S. Smyth; certificate,
Mr. A. Peat. Second prize, Mr. C. W.
Smith ; certificate, Mr. Broadbent.Practice of Medicine,
First prize, Mr. T. Graham; second
prize, Mr. Nisbit; third prize, Mr. Baker;certificate, IBlr. Walker; second certificate,Mr. W. Hoblyn
Surgery.Prize, Mr. A. Peat; certificate, Mr. T. S.
Midwifery.First prize, Mr. R. D. Ward; second
prize, Mr. T. S. Rising; certificate, Mr.
Baker ; second certificate, Mr. Walker.
Chemisl1’y.First prize, Mr. C. R. Morgan ; certifi-
cate, Mr. J. Stephens.Materia Medica.
Prize, Mr. C. R. Morgan ; certificate, Mr.J. Stephens.
Prize, Mr. Henry Greaves; certificate,Mr. Taylor.
Botarty.Prize, Mr. Charles R. Francis; certificate,
Mr. Thomas Rising.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONSIN LONDON.
LIST of gentlemen admitted members onFriday, April 22, 1842 :-John Campling ;John - Kelly ; James Lambe ; HayesKyd ; George Gale Snelling Coward ; Rus-sell Augustus Lafargue; James WilliamBeresford ; Henry Harris ; Richard GlossenVivian; Joseph Tuthill Glover; ThomasMorris. Admitted Monday, April 25, Wil-liam Henry Williams ; Henry William
Somerset; Richard Sissons ; Robert GillmanLord ; Thomas Lay ; John Mellis; WilliamProctor; Joseph Bainbridge Fife; JamesPestell.
BOOKS RECEIVED.A Dispensatory or Commentary on the
Pharmacopoeias of Great Britain : compris-ing the Natural History, Description, Che.mistry, Pharmacy, Actions, Uses, and Dosesof the Articles of the Materia Medica. ByRobert Christison, M.D., F.IZ.S.E. Editt.
burgh : Adam and Charles Black, 1842.Svo. Pp. 978.A Lecture introductory to a Course of
Anatomy, deiivered to the Students of Ander.son’s University, Glasgow, &c. By M. S.Ruchanan, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, &c,1842.The Introductory Lecture to the Course of
Chemistry, and the Concluding Lecture onthe Theory and Phenomena of Heat, deli-vered by Professor Draper, Session 1841-42,in the University of New York.The Anatomy of the Arteries. By Richard
Quain, with Delineations by Joseph Madise.Part XI. Taylor and Walton, This splendidwork proceeds with undiminished excellence,and will, when completed, form one of thefinest series of illustrations in anatomy thatthe English press has produced.
The petition of Mr. Millard was presentedand noticed, next day, in a very incorrect
manner, in the reports of the proceedings ofthe house, in the political journals.A Student.—The college does not. At
Paris, on very much lower terms than inLondon.An Inquirer.—Yes; the absence is not
evidence, &c.Civis.—Questions of paternity rest with
the mother ; but as nine months’and twenty-one days had elapsed on the 30th of March,we see not the ground of doubt in the pre-sent case.
A. B. probably returns too soon after theperiod that he names to the place from whichhe came. A longer interval of absence
might be observed with advantage after eachperiod.
Dr. Fraser.—Dr. Alexander’s paper shallbe published in an early number.
Mr. Tamplin’s communication reached us; too late for insertion this week.. Mr. Dendy requests us to alter the wordhyperasthenia occurring in his paper, p. 84-85, to hyperœstheria.L E, C. W., Essex.-Knox’s AnatomicalIustructor. The volume on " Taxidermy"in Lardner’s Cyclopaedia; Swan on themode of preparing anatomical subjects,