Royal Navy and Army Medical Services

1901 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
was twice muarried, and his second wife survives him. The high position which Dr. Tinley held in Whitby and the neighbourhood he won by his ability, his sterling character, and by the aid of an iron constitution, and by a self-denying devotion to the duties of his profession which eventually 'brought about his premature death. Dr. John Wilson writes: "-As a friend and fellow-townsman I can testify that the position which he ultimately attained was gained by his general intelligence and genial
more » ... igence and genial disposition, and by hard work, much of which was country work, and had ,to be done on horseback: suclh work as very few would have been able to go througlh, for he started life without any pecuniary help. Latterly lie suffered from attacks of angina pectoris, but enjoyed good health in the intervals, and died from the effects of a severe attack which came on suddenly in the midst of health.' EDWARD FARRELL, M.D., Halifax, :Nova Scotia.
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