THE LATE CASE OF FENNELL v. ADAMS

Edwin Fennell
1854 The Lancet  
483 -recent attempts at legislation-our want of unity. I venture ,to propose a remedy to this state of things, by asking the ,profession to come forward and establish a club upon the same footing and amongst the West-end clubs in Pall Mall or its .-vicinity. The laws of the Army and Navy, the University, and the East India Clubs, can easily form a nucleus for our : own. Members residing in London would pay a larger sum annually than the extm 1t1'bem, and so on. What we want is a bond which
more » ... s a bond which shall unite us one to another. We want a home
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