The British Medical Association: The Address in Obstetrics

1902 The Lancet  
367 to show his interest in hospitals and their work. He has now reaped what he has sown, and the know-I ledge and skill gained in those hospitals which he has helped and encouraged have done what knowledge and skill can do towards the saving of his life. The Coronation of King EDWARD and Queen ALEXANDRA would have been in any circumstances a great national occasion, unique in the experience of all but a few of their subjects. As it is it will be one unique in the experience of the world, an
more » ... asion of joy and demonstrative loyalty, but above all of relief and thankfulness, and of warm congratulation and welcome to our King and Queen. GOD save them both !
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