THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL MEDICAL DIRECTORY

B.W. Lara
1850 The Lancet  
399 of the workhouse and myself, and subsequently with the guardians, who supported the governor, and ultimately requested me to resign. Without occupying your pages at present with my difficulties, I may simply state that they arose, because I would not reduce the dietary to the starving point. In answer to that question of " Alpha" respecting the relieving officer not visiting the patient, at p. 153, art. 215, No. 5, of the order above referred to, it says, "In every case of a poor person
more » ... f a poor person receiving medical relief, as soon as may be, and from time to time afterwards, to visit the house of such person, and until the next ordinary meeting of the guardians, to supply such relief (not being in money) as the case, on his own view, or on the certificate of the district medical officer, may seem to require." Hoping that what I have written, may be satisfactory to "Alpha," I have to subscribe myself, Yours, most obediently,
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