1884 The Lancet  
THE ROGERS TESTIMONIAL. To the Editor of THE LANCET. SIR,—Will you kindly insert the enclosed last list of subscriptions in this week's LANCET. I should also be glad to be allowed to ask all subscribers who have not yet sent in their promised donations to do so at their earliest convenience, and oblige, yours truly, J. WICKHAM BARNES. Poor-law Medical Officers' Association, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street, London, April 1st, 1884. Dr. Danford Thomas, Coroner for Central Middlesex, ;S1 1 1s. ; G.
more » ... , ;S1 1 1s. ; G. Terry, Esq., Mells, £ 1 ls. ; Dr. Hawksley, Grosvenor-street, 91 1 is. ; Dr. G. Barneq, Ewell, 1Os. 6d.; Thos. Davies, Esq., Colvyn Bay, 5s.; A Pauper, 2s.
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