THE "FELLOWSHIP QUESTION" OF THE COLLEGE OF SURGEONS

W HEMPSONDENHAM
1845 The Lancet  
659 thus tries and acquits itself. A very legal and a very constitutional proceeding; one very great merit of which is, the maiden modesty and absence of bold effrontery which, in its execution, it displays. This conduct of the Committee reminds me of the very similar conduct displayed by it, at the few public meetings of the profession which it convened, and which was so heartily disgusting. I allude to its endless self-laudation. Congratulating you on your signal triumph over your enemies,
more » ... er your enemies, the enemies alike of the profession and the public, I remain, very faithfully yours, ARTHUR HILL HASSALL.
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