Naval and Military Medical Services

1886 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
succes.-Mr, 1asoji, ,was an accomplished gentleman, poceesang agreea,ble socin1 qUties" which wonhiz f wi4p eirele of friends. His death came as.3 a great rise end shock to glien. Thelnatdre of his illness appeAred tobi4i:i,tecthat hiAC health Ua be,ip impaired for some timne, y4 he ha4 beg,;i! x,xIeht ipi$ts iuring the whole of the past winter.and'sprinLg,and looked particulary *6l1 And cheery at a dinner given by the Priesidentof the MetrGpolltan P6anuties Brtnch a few weeks ago, where he
more » ... s ago, where he 6ieatly amused the company by his clever vocal and instrumentaL pertor'm'aeces.T he funeral took place on Wedn'esday n morning at lligbgate Cemetery;0nearly the entire staff of St. Thomas's Hospital were present. L:Mr. Mason leaves a widow, but no family.
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