MEDICAL TRIAL

1896 The Lancet  
When he left Sydney he went to Port Dal win. His wife was then so ill .that Dr. Ogg advised a long sea voyage. He wrote to his brother James of this, anft saying that he intended sending her to England. From Port Darwin he went to Hongkong on his way to Honolulu. He had a etter from his wife on June 6th, 1894, which he had destroyed. This letter had reference to the accusations made by Dr. Playfair. He received another letter at Sydney to the same effect. He left for England aq soon as he
more » ... aq soon as he could, and arrived about Aug. 29th, 1894. She communicated to him all that had occurred and placed in his hands all the correspondence which had passed between her and Dr. Playfair. He then wrote to Sir James Kitson. Cross-examined by Sir Frank Lockwood: He allowed his family to believe that he had surreptitiously visited England. He did so because he thought they wished to believe it. He had received letters from Sir James Kitson and Dr. Playfair withdrawing the accusations " after a fashion." University College; and Bernald Stahlknecht, University College. The following were awarded Honours :-Class 7.; S. E. Cliristophers,
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