1856 The Lancet  
327 7th.-" That the secretaries be requested to apply to the Medical Officers of the neighbouring unions, for a contribution of five shillings per quarter to defray the necessary expenses. 8th.—" That for the efficient carrying out of these resolutions, it is expedient that a petition from each union of this and adjoining counties, be immediately prepared and presented to the House of Commons, and that the county and borough members be earnestly requested to support its prayer. 9th.-" That this
more » ... meeting regards the objects sought to be attained by it as not only of serious importance to the welfare of the whole medical profession, but also as one involving the interests of the public at large. " Thanks were voted to the Chairman, and the meeting separated. JOHN WINZAR, Honorary Secretary.
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