1855 The Lancet  
621 tary should receive half-a-guinea for each county meeting he attends if more than three miles from his residence, or a guinea if beyond seven miles; and that a representative should have three guineas for each day he is absent from his home or the duties of his office. In 1854, a committee of the House of Commons (obtained by Mr. Pigott) recommended-1. That the medical appointments should be permanent. 2. That the salaries should be revised and increased. 3. That the districts should be
more » ... ined. The first of these has been carried out; we may therefore
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