1834 The Lancet  
601 Dr. JOHNSON protested against such a course of proceeding, and demanded the show of hands, saying, that if the gentleman who had uttered the word " ballot " did not like to show his hand in favour of the late proceedings, he should be at liberty to give his vote without acknowledgment of his name. The CHAIRMAN still urged the ballot, and said that even one individual had a
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