1856 The Lancet  
416 visit from a police-officer. Now, however, thanks to Mr. Warburton, who brought in the Anatomy Bill, they could pursue their studies without interruption. He then analyzed the probable motives of the students, and commended the study of medicine to them from a high moral sense of duty, and from motives of pure philanthropy, rather than from mercenary expectations, that might be consequent upon high professional position. He dwelt upon the absolute necessity of a liberal education as
more » ... ary to the study of medicine, for, as they were aware, the medical profession necessarily compre-I hends all the known sciences, and studies in nature and art. After some further remarks of the nature of advice to the
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