Military & Naval Medical Services

1882 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Home Secretary, concerning his statements to his constituents in Renfrewshire as to the moral condition of Devonport prior and'subsequent to the passing of the Contagious Diseases Acts, asked the Home Secretary whether he could give any information on the subject.-Sir W. HARCOURT said that on inquiry he had found that none of the papers referred to were in the Home Office. Mortality in the Bengal -Gaols.-Mr. O'DONNELL asked the Secretary of State for India what steps had been taken to r'educe
more » ... taken to r'educe the mortality in the Bengal gaols, since the last report showed that, though less than in the exceptional year I879, it was still considerably higher than among the free population of all conditions.-The MARQUIS of HART-INGTON: Since I presented certain papers in -July last, the. only addi-
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