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953 Vacancies. For further information regarding each vacanc?i reference should be made to the advertisement (see Index). ASTON UNION.-Resident Assistant Medical Officer. Salary .E100 per annum, with furnished apartments, rations, washing, &c. BRADFORD CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon. Salary ;E70, with board, residence, and washing. BOSCOMBE HOSPITAL, Bournemouth.-House Surgeon. Salary jS60, with board and residence. CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLESEY INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY, Bangor.-House Surgeon. Salary £70 per annum, with board and lodging in the house. CENTRAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.-Assistant Surgeons. CHARING-CROSS HOSPITAL.-Surgical Registrar. Salary £40 per annum. FARRINGDON GENERAL DISPENSARY, Holbarn.-Honorary Physician. GENERAL HOSPITAL, Birmingham.-Assistant House Surgeon. No salary, but residence, board, and washing provided. HALIFAX INFIRMARY. -House Surgeon. Salary £80 per annum, advancing £10 per year up to L100, with residence, board, and washing. HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Great Ormond-street, W.C.—Surgical Registrar and Anaesthetist. The appointment is made for one year, an honorarium of ;B40 being voted at the expiration of that term. HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN, Brighton.-House Surgeon. Salary L80 per annum, with board and rooms. HULME DISPENSARY, Manchester.—Honorary Surgeon. LONDON TEMPERANCE HOSPITAL, N.W.-Assistant Resident Medical Officer for six months. No salary, but board, washing, and resi- dence in the Hospital are provided and a honorarium of 5 guineas. MANCHESTER HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE THROAT.—Resident Medical Officer. Salary ;B60 per annum, with board, apartments, and washing. METROPOLITAN ASYLUMS BOARD.-Assistant Medical Officer at both the South-Western and Fountain Hospitals for Fever Patients, situated in Landor-road, Stockwell, S.W., and Tooting-grove, S.W., respec- tively. Salary L15 per month, with board, lodging, attendance, and washing in each case. NORTH-EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, N.E.-Physician. NORTH-WEST LONDON HOSPITAL, Kentish Town-road.-Resident Medi- cal Officer and Assistant Resident Medical Officer. Salary of £50 attaches to the senior post. ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE CHEST, City-road, E.C.- Assistant Physician. SMEDLEY’S HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISHMENT, Matlock.-House Physician. The appointment is for six months. Honorarium of £40, with board, lodging, &c. STOURBRIDGE DISPENSARY.—House Surgeon and Secretary. Salary L120 a year, with furnished rooms, coal and gas, with an extra allowance of e25 for travelling expenses. SuNDERLAND INFIRMARY.—Honorary Physician. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, London.-Surgical Registrar. Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. CALDECOTT.—On Oct. 9th, at Bracknell, Berks, the wife of Charles Caldecott, 31.B., B.S.Lond., M.R.C.S., of a son. CRAWFORD.—On Oct. 14th, at Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, the wife of W. S. Crawford, F.H.C.S.Edin., of a son. HAMER.-On Oct. 14th, at Dartmouth-park-hill, London, the wife of W. Heaton Hamer, M.D., of a daughter. JAMES.-On Oct 9th, at Odiham, Hants, the wife of J. Angell James, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Lond., of a daughter. , MARRIAGES. BARRETT—ACKLAND.—On Oct. 13th at Christ Church, Clifton, Bristol by the Rev. T. C. Chapman, M.A., vicar, Walter Russell Barrett L.R.C.P.Lond., M.R.C.S.Eng., of 6, Chandos-street, Cavendish square, W., to Lucy Mary, elder daughter of Mrs. Craig Ackland, of 5, Rodney-place, Clifton. DEBENHAM—DEBENHAM.—On Oct. 9th, at St. Andrew’s, Presteigne, Horace Allan Debenham, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., of Warden Court, to lIaude Constance, youngebt daughter of H. K. Debenham, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., of Presteigne. SMITH:—FOSDICK.—On Oct. 9th. at Sproughton Church, Percy Montague Smith. L.S.A. Lond., M.R.C.S. Eng., to Eleanor Ann, only daughter of Frederick H. Fosdick, of Sproughton, Ipswich. DEATHS. EUSTACE.-On Oct. 9th, at the residence of his father, Elmhurst’ Glasnevin, John Neilson Eustace, B.A., --NI.B., B.S., Trinity College Dublin. HICKS.—On Oct. 13th, at Brock-street, Bath, Charles Cyril Hicks, M.D., M.R.C.S., of Wokingham, Berks, and formerly of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, aged 62. MCLARTY.—On Oct. 9th, at Norton House, Camden-road, London, Duncan MeLarty, M.D., in his 58th year. TROMPSON.—On Sept. 3rd, at Adelaide, the result of a carriage accident, Charles Emilius Thompson, M.R.O.S.E., of Delamere, Broken Hill, N.S.W. WILKINSON.—On Oct. 6th, at Cropthorn Vicarage, Pershore, the residence of his son, after a long and trying illness, Frederick Eachus Wilkinson, M.D., late of Sydenham, aged 75. N.B.-d fee of 58. is charqed ror the Insertion of Notices of Births, Marriages. and Deaths. METEOROLOGICAL READINGS. (Taken daily at 8.30 a.m. by Steward’s Instruments.) THE LANCET Office, Oct. 18th, 1894. Medical Diary for the ensuing Week. OPERATIONS. METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS. MONDAY.-London (2P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Samaritan (Gynecological, by Physicians, 2 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Royal Orthopedic (2 P.M.). TUESDAY.-London (2 P.M.). St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.). WEDNESDAY.—St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.Mj, 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.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), National Orthop2edle (10 A.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Samaritan (2.30 P.M.), Gt. Ormond-street (9.30 A.M.). THURSDAY.-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.:-.r.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex (2 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), North West London (2 P.M.). FRIDAY.-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas.’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Charing-cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.). King’s College (2 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.). SATURDAY.-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M., St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.), Charing-cross (3 P.M.). St. George’s (1 P.M.), Cancer (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. SOCIETIES. MONDAY.—MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.—8.30 P.M. Mr. Marmaduke Sheild: Ulcerations of the Duodenum, with an account of two cases in which Laparotomy was performed.-Mr. C. B. Lockwood: AN- ditional cases of Perforative Ulcer of the Duodenum.-Mr. Harrison Cripps: Intestinal Anastomosis. TUESDAY.-ROYAL MEDICAL. AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY (20, Hanover- square, W,).—Mr. C. B. Lockwood: The Surgical Treatment of Dif- fuse Septic Peritonitis, with successful cases. WEDNESDAY.—HUNTERlAN SOCIETY.-8.30 P.M. Dr. Fred. J. Smith : s The Treatment of Chorea, with especial reference to the Hypodermic use of Arsenic.-Dr. Arnold Chaplin: The Treatment of FeeticS Expectoration by a New Method. FRIDAY. - CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. - 8.30 P.M. Dr. Hector Mackenzie and Mr. F. C. Abbott: A case of Subdiaphragmatic Abscess communicating with the Right Pleura successfully treated by Re- section of Rib and Drainage.-Dr. R. J. Colenso (introduced by Sir Dyce Duckworth): A case of Poisoning by One Ounce of Chloral Hydrate; Recovery.-Dr. T. Churton : A case of Multiple Neuritis fatal on the iifth day.—Mr. Golding-Bird : A case of Pulsatile Con- genital Cyst simulating Aneurysm.-Dr. Herringham and Mr. Bruce Clarke : A case of Idiopathic Dilatation of the Sigmoid Flexure. LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c. MONDAY.-LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.-Royal London Oph- thalmic Hospital, Moortields, 1 P.M., Mr. R. M. Gunn: Clinical Examination of the Eye.—London Throat Hospital, Gt. Portland-st., W.,8 8 P.M., Mr. G. C. 8V ilkiii: Nasal Polypi.--Bacteriological Labora- tory, King’s College, 3 to 5 P.M., Prof. Crookshank and Dr. Hewlett: Anthrax and Malignant Edema. TUESDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Bethlem Hospital, 2 P.M., Dr. Hyslop: Delusional Insanity ; Paranoia. WEDNESDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for Con- sumption, Brompton,4 P.M.,Dr.S. Martin: Cases of Pleurisy.-Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital, Mooinelds, 8 P.M., Mr. A. Q. Sileock y Myopia. NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Blooms- bury).-3 P.M. Lecture by Dr. Gowers. ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR ’DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square, W.C.).-Dr. Morgan Dockrell: Syphins. WEST LONDON HospiTAL (Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. Abraham: Cases of Skin Disease. (Post-graduate Lecture.) LONDON SKIN HOSPITAL.—8 P.M. Dr. Sanctuary: Eczema, its Causes and Treatment. THURSDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for Sick Children, Gt. Ormond-st., 3.30 P.M., Mr.W. Arbuthnot Lane : Clinical Surgical Lecture.-National Hospital for the Paralysed, Bloomsbury, 2 P.M., Dr. Buzzard : Cases in the Hospital.-Central London Sick Asylum, Cleveland-street, W., 5.30 P.M.. Dr. Ord: Cases in the Wards. .CHARING-CROSS HOSPITAL.-4 r.x. Dr. Routh: Gynecological. (Post- graduate Course.) FRIDAY -Lovnov POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for Consump- tion, Brompton, 4 P.M., Dr. S. Martin: Cases of Asthma. SATURDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.-Bethlem Hospital, 11 A.M., Dr. Craig: Stupor; Catalepsy; Katatonia; Dementia. ST. JOHN’S HospiTAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square, W.C.).-Dr. Morgan Dockrell : Eczema.

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953

Vacancies.For further information regarding each vacanc?i reference should be

made to the advertisement (see Index).

ASTON UNION.-Resident Assistant Medical Officer. Salary .E100 perannum, with furnished apartments, rations, washing, &c.

BRADFORD CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon. Salary ;E70, withboard, residence, and washing.

BOSCOMBE HOSPITAL, Bournemouth.-House Surgeon. Salary jS60,with board and residence.

CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLESEY INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY,Bangor.-House Surgeon. Salary £70 per annum, with board andlodging in the house.

CENTRAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.-Assistant Surgeons.CHARING-CROSS HOSPITAL.-Surgical Registrar. Salary £40 per annum.FARRINGDON GENERAL DISPENSARY, Holbarn.-Honorary Physician.GENERAL HOSPITAL, Birmingham.-Assistant House Surgeon. No

salary, but residence, board, and washing provided.HALIFAX INFIRMARY. -House Surgeon. Salary £80 per annum,

advancing £10 per year up to L100, with residence, board, andwashing.

HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Great Ormond-street, W.C.—SurgicalRegistrar and Anaesthetist. The appointment is made for one year,an honorarium of ;B40 being voted at the expiration of that term.

HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN, Brighton.-House Surgeon. Salary L80 perannum, with board and rooms.

HULME DISPENSARY, Manchester.—Honorary Surgeon.LONDON TEMPERANCE HOSPITAL, N.W.-Assistant Resident Medical

Officer for six months. No salary, but board, washing, and resi-dence in the Hospital are provided and a honorarium of 5 guineas.

MANCHESTER HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE

THROAT.—Resident Medical Officer. Salary ;B60 per annum, withboard, apartments, and washing.

METROPOLITAN ASYLUMS BOARD.-Assistant Medical Officer at both theSouth-Western and Fountain Hospitals for Fever Patients, situatedin Landor-road, Stockwell, S.W., and Tooting-grove, S.W., respec-tively. Salary L15 per month, with board, lodging, attendance,and washing in each case.

NORTH-EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, N.E.-Physician.NORTH-WEST LONDON HOSPITAL, Kentish Town-road.-Resident Medi-

cal Officer and Assistant Resident Medical Officer. Salary of £50attaches to the senior post.

ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE CHEST, City-road, E.C.-Assistant Physician.

SMEDLEY’S HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISHMENT, Matlock.-House Physician.The appointment is for six months. Honorarium of £40, withboard, lodging, &c.

STOURBRIDGE DISPENSARY.—House Surgeon and Secretary. SalaryL120 a year, with furnished rooms, coal and gas, with an extraallowance of e25 for travelling expenses.

SuNDERLAND INFIRMARY.—Honorary Physician.UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, London.-Surgical Registrar.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.BIRTHS.

CALDECOTT.—On Oct. 9th, at Bracknell, Berks, the wife of CharlesCaldecott, 31.B., B.S.Lond., M.R.C.S., of a son.

CRAWFORD.—On Oct. 14th, at Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, the wife ofW. S. Crawford, F.H.C.S.Edin., of a son.

HAMER.-On Oct. 14th, at Dartmouth-park-hill, London, the wife ofW. Heaton Hamer, M.D., of a daughter.

JAMES.-On Oct 9th, at Odiham, Hants, the wife of J. Angell James,M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Lond., of a daughter. ,

MARRIAGES.BARRETT—ACKLAND.—On Oct. 13th at Christ Church, Clifton, Bristol

by the Rev. T. C. Chapman, M.A., vicar, Walter Russell BarrettL.R.C.P.Lond., M.R.C.S.Eng., of 6, Chandos-street, Cavendishsquare, W., to Lucy Mary, elder daughter of Mrs. Craig Ackland, of5, Rodney-place, Clifton.

DEBENHAM—DEBENHAM.—On Oct. 9th, at St. Andrew’s, Presteigne,Horace Allan Debenham, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., of Warden Court, tolIaude Constance, youngebt daughter of H. K. Debenham, M.R.C.S.,L.S.A., of Presteigne.

SMITH:—FOSDICK.—On Oct. 9th. at Sproughton Church, PercyMontague Smith. L.S.A. Lond., M.R.C.S. Eng., to Eleanor Ann,only daughter of Frederick H. Fosdick, of Sproughton, Ipswich.

DEATHS.EUSTACE.-On Oct. 9th, at the residence of his father, Elmhurst’

Glasnevin, John Neilson Eustace, B.A., --NI.B., B.S., Trinity CollegeDublin.

HICKS.—On Oct. 13th, at Brock-street, Bath, Charles Cyril Hicks, M.D.,M.R.C.S., of Wokingham, Berks, and formerly of Dunstable,Bedfordshire, aged 62.

MCLARTY.—On Oct. 9th, at Norton House, Camden-road, London,Duncan MeLarty, M.D., in his 58th year.

TROMPSON.—On Sept. 3rd, at Adelaide, the result of a carriage accident,Charles Emilius Thompson, M.R.O.S.E., of Delamere, Broken Hill,N.S.W.

WILKINSON.—On Oct. 6th, at Cropthorn Vicarage, Pershore, theresidence of his son, after a long and trying illness, FrederickEachus Wilkinson, M.D., late of Sydenham, aged 75.

N.B.-d fee of 58. is charqed ror the Insertion of Notices of Births,Marriages. and Deaths.

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

THE LANCET Office, Oct. 18th, 1894.

Medical Diary for the ensuing Week.OPERATIONS.

METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS.MONDAY.-London (2P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s

(3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.),Samaritan (Gynecological, by Physicians, 2 P.M.), Soho-square(2 P.M.), Royal Orthopedic (2 P.M.).

TUESDAY.-London (2 P.M.). St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), Guy’s(1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), WestLondon (2.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.),St. Mary’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.).

WEDNESDAY.—St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.Mj,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.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.),King’s College (2 P.M.), National Orthop2edle (10 A.M.), St. Peter’s(2 P.M.), Samaritan (2.30 P.M.), Gt. Ormond-street (9.30 A.M.).

THURSDAY.-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.:-.r.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex (2 P.M.),Soho-square (2 P.M.), North West London (2 P.M.).

FRIDAY.-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas.’s(3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Charing-cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s(1 P.M.). King’s College (2 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.).

SATURDAY.-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.,St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.),Charing-cross (3 P.M.). St. George’s (1 P.M.), Cancer (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 CentralLondon Ophthalmic Hospitals operations are performed daily.

SOCIETIES.MONDAY.—MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.—8.30 P.M. Mr. Marmaduke

Sheild: Ulcerations of the Duodenum, with an account of two casesin which Laparotomy was performed.-Mr. C. B. Lockwood: AN-ditional cases of Perforative Ulcer of the Duodenum.-Mr. HarrisonCripps: Intestinal Anastomosis.

TUESDAY.-ROYAL MEDICAL. AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY (20, Hanover-square, W,).—Mr. C. B. Lockwood: The Surgical Treatment of Dif-fuse Septic Peritonitis, with successful cases.

WEDNESDAY.—HUNTERlAN SOCIETY.-8.30 P.M. Dr. Fred. J. Smith : sThe Treatment of Chorea, with especial reference to the Hypodermicuse of Arsenic.-Dr. Arnold Chaplin: The Treatment of FeeticSExpectoration by a New Method.

FRIDAY. - CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. - 8.30 P.M. Dr. HectorMackenzie and Mr. F. C. Abbott: A case of Subdiaphragmatic Abscesscommunicating with the Right Pleura successfully treated by Re-section of Rib and Drainage.-Dr. R. J. Colenso (introduced by SirDyce Duckworth): A case of Poisoning by One Ounce of ChloralHydrate; Recovery.-Dr. T. Churton : A case of Multiple Neuritisfatal on the iifth day.—Mr. Golding-Bird : A case of Pulsatile Con-genital Cyst simulating Aneurysm.-Dr. Herringham and Mr. BruceClarke : A case of Idiopathic Dilatation of the Sigmoid Flexure.

LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c.MONDAY.-LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.-Royal London Oph-

thalmic Hospital, Moortields, 1 P.M., Mr. R. M. Gunn: ClinicalExamination of the Eye.—London Throat Hospital, Gt. Portland-st.,W.,8 8 P.M., Mr. G. C. 8V ilkiii: Nasal Polypi.--Bacteriological Labora-tory, King’s College, 3 to 5 P.M., Prof. Crookshank and Dr. Hewlett:Anthrax and Malignant Edema.

TUESDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Bethlem Hospital,2 P.M., Dr. Hyslop: Delusional Insanity ; Paranoia.WEDNESDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for Con-

sumption, Brompton,4 P.M.,Dr.S. Martin: Cases of Pleurisy.-RoyalLondon Ophthalmic Hospital, Mooinelds, 8 P.M., Mr. A. Q. Sileock yMyopia.

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Blooms-bury).-3 P.M. Lecture by Dr. Gowers.

ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOR ’DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square,W.C.).-Dr. Morgan Dockrell: Syphins.

WEST LONDON HospiTAL (Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr.Abraham: Cases of Skin Disease. (Post-graduate Lecture.)

LONDON SKIN HOSPITAL.—8 P.M. Dr. Sanctuary: Eczema, its Causesand Treatment.

THURSDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for SickChildren, Gt. Ormond-st., 3.30 P.M., Mr.W. Arbuthnot Lane : ClinicalSurgical Lecture.-National Hospital for the Paralysed, Bloomsbury,2 P.M., Dr. Buzzard : Cases in the Hospital.-Central London SickAsylum, Cleveland-street, W., 5.30 P.M.. Dr. Ord: Cases in the Wards.

.CHARING-CROSS HOSPITAL.-4 r.x. Dr. Routh: Gynecological. (Post-

graduate Course.)FRIDAY -Lovnov POST-GRADUATE COURSE.—Hospital for Consump-tion, Brompton, 4 P.M., Dr. S. Martin: Cases of Asthma.

SATURDAY.—LONDON POST-GRADUATE COURSE.-Bethlem Hospital,11 A.M., Dr. Craig: Stupor; Catalepsy; Katatonia; Dementia.

ST. JOHN’S HospiTAL FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN (Leicester-square,W.C.).-Dr. Morgan Dockrell : Eczema.