Obituary

1866 The Lancet  
IT is with much regret that we have to record the death of this promising and distinguished young gentleman, at the early age of twenty-six. He was the second son of J. Griffin, M.D., of Banbury. Having served his pupilage with his father, he commenced his studies at University College Hospital in 1858, where his amiable disposition, untiring industry, and eminent talents, gained him the respect and esteem of all. The success of his academical career was of no ordinary kind, he having obtained,
more » ... in 1859-60, first certificate and silver medal for junior anatomy, first certificate and gold medal for materia medica and therapeutics ; in 1860-61, first certificate and gold medal for midwifery, first certificate and gold medal for senior anatomy, and first certificate and gold medal for anatomy and physiology; in 1861-62, first certificate and gold medal for surgery, second certificate and first silver medal for
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