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1898 The Lancet  
few days before his death, was concerned with the infectivity of milk as supplied to the consumer in regard to tuberculosis. His acquaintance with the literature of his subject in'nearly all its branches was very remarkable and this with his wide practical experience made him an authority alike in general pathology, pathological histology, and bacteriology. In addition a fine critical sense and the extraordinary influence which he had over his pupils made him almost an ideal teacher, especially
more » ... of beginners in research. An assured position he already held and his work seemed to promise great things in the future, but his loss to pathology in England is to be especially deplored for had he been spared he would by his example and guidance, by his energy and enthusiasm in the post which he held, have had a very large influence on its progress. His travels abroad had
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