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1336 to the new establishment at Woking, he was placed in medical charge and continued there until he left the -service. Tall, handsome, and commanding in appearance, he was of a warm-hearted and generous disposition, highly honourable, incapable of saying an unkind word of anyone; beloved alike by patients and friends. He retired in February, 1882, and until the time of his decease lived quietly with his family in Edinburgh. About six -months ago dyspeptic symptoms with markeddoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)19664-4 fatcat:mz7u4e4y6nd7zgvbk76oisfdnq