1852 The Lancet  
of Religious Freedom.-The letter of our corre-I spondent should have been couched in somewhat milder language. Whatever may be the differences of opinion which exist regarding the laws of the proposed new College, they should not at this moment be made the subject of angry controversy. No one will regret more than ourselves that the benefits to be derived from the new institution should be marred by sectarian exclusiveness. M.D. Lond., and others.-It is impossible to conjecture upon what
more » ... le the Bethlem committee have omitted the Metropolitan University from the list of institutions qualified to send candidates. The regulations refening to this subject, like most others at Bethlem, require revision. A. B., (Aldburgh, near Hull.)-The correspondent who has obligingly for. warded to us a statement respecting a medical practitioner in the above locality, may probably have a private note from us in the course of a short time. The circumstances detailed are calculated to injure deserving and properly qualified surgeons, and ought to be rigidly investigated.
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