1842 The Lancet  
of medical reform of the associations to which they respectively belong, thus bringing the whole matter before the club. Sir BENJAMIN BRODIE was of opinion that the scheme proposed by Sir JAMES GRAHAM was sufficient for their consideration, and he thought it would be unwise to go into any other, hut he was without a single supporter in the meeting, and, ultimately, a resolution, to the effect above stated, was carried, without a dissentient voice. Students are not to be permitted to attend the
more » ... ext meeting, but members are to be allowed to introduce the ordinary number of visitors. , BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
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