THE LANCET

1898 The Lancet  
Being almost exclusively devoted to irafor-mation especially interesting to Students, we are necessarily compelled to' ' defer the publication of communications on other important subjects. We terzder 0ur best thanks to those gentlemen 2cho have at considerable personal trouble kindly supplied us with the ' returns and prospectuses upon which the information given in this Students' Number of THE LANCET relative to the various medical examining bodies, hospitals, and medical schools of the
more » ... chools of the United Kingdom is based. We regret that in some cases, however, owing to proofs having been either not returned at all or too late, certain inaccnraczes will be found. -TO ADVERTISERS. Orving to the pressnre on our adLertiaenzent columns this week many aranouneements have unavoidably been held over. Communications, Letters, &c., have been received from— .; Mr. J. Collinson, Lond. ; Cortland Wagon Co., Lond. ; Mr. Coxon, Wisbech; Mr. W. E. Cooper, Lond.; Cornwall County Asylum, Bodmin, Secretary of.
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