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Thomas Parsons, 47, Clerk
406 PM/1907/33 · Unidad documental simple · 21 Dec 1906-27 Jan 1907
Parte de Post Mortem Examinations and Case Books

Occupation or role: Clerk
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Dec 1906
Date of death: 27 Jan 1907
Disease (transcribed): Malignant disease of liver (sarcoma)
Disease (standardised): Cancer (Liver)
Admitted under the care of: Ogle, Cyril
Medical examination performed by: Golla, Frederick Lucien
Post mortem examination performed by: Trevor, Robert Salusbury
Medical notes: The patient was admitted complaining of enlargement of the abdomen.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, larynx, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, adrenals, bladder, vesiculae seminales, prostate, testes, epididymus, brain, thyroid and skin
Illustrations: Yes
Type of incident: n/a

406 SGHMS/6/2/14 · Volume · 1928-1932
Parte de Papers of St George's, University of London

Contents:
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.1-2 Editorial; Editorial review of 1927; Bicentenary of the birth of John Hunter, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.2-3 School Notes; Tickets for School Ball January 26th at the Hyde Park Hotel; Buckston Browne Prize won by Mr M.F. Nicholls for essay on Pathology of new growths of the Bladder; Special number of the Gazette to commemorate John Hunter centenary to be published in February 1928; Appointment of Mr. B. H. Burns as Assistant Surgeon in Orthopaedic Dept; List of Donors, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.4 Obituary; Obituary of George Cowell, died 17th November 1927 in his 92nd year, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.5-16 The Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment of New Growths originating in the Walls of the Urinary Bladder; Essay by Nicholls, Marriott Fawckner, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.16 Overheard in the Examination Hall; Satirical comments about examination answers from women students, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.16-17 Then and Now; Lighthearted article about Medical students, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.17-20 The Hunterian Society; Reports of recent meetings; Lectures on Surgery and General Practice by Mr Fedden and The Development of the Sensory response by Mr Duke Elder, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.20-21 A Morning at St George's in A.D. 2500; What life might be like at St George's in the year 2500; Flying to Work; Use of television as a way of delivering lectures; Use of the telephone and a television system for taking histories and examining patients with automatic notes printing and automated diagnosis: the demise of books, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.22-23 Rugby Football Club; Report of recent matches, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.23-24 Golfing Society; Report of recent matches, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.24 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital: Dr L.D. Bailey superintendent of Physiotherapy; Dr H.W. Gordon Asistant Physician; Mr F.W.M. Pratt Assistant Surgeon; Dr C.P. Pinckney Medical Registrar; Dr M.F. Nicholls Surgical Registrar; Dr C.M. Gwillim Obstetric Registrar; Mr R. Marnham Assistant Curator;, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.25 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.25 Birth; A daughter to Harold G. Taylor, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.25 Marriage; G Kennedy Thornton to Muriel M. Yates, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.25 Death; George Cowell, in his 92nd Year, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.25-28 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 1. pp.28 Gazette Notices, 1928

Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.Facing page 29 Portrait of John Hunter; Black and White illustration taken from the painting by Thomas Gainsborough at the Royal College of Surgeons. London, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.29 Contents; List of Contents, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.29-31 Bicentenary of John Hunter's Birth; The Legacy of John Hunter, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.31 John Hunter; Poem, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.32-35 Hunter's Opponents; Biographies and relationship with John Hunter; Chief opponents, Gunning, Walker and Keate, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.36 Bicentenary Celebrations; Joint meeting in the Board Room with the Hunterian Society of London on 1st March 1928; Addresses by Humphry Davy Rolleston; Sir Crisp English; Mr R.R. James and Mr Mortimer Woolf: Display of relics and documents relating to John Hunter, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.37 Hunter relics at St George's Hospital and Medical School; List of relics still held at St George's; Signatures on House surgeon's certificate and Pupil entry card; Letters from John Hunter to the board prior to the meeting which led to his death; Two copies of Lectures on surgery given by Hunter, one of which was presented by Dr Edwart T. Wilson; The other presented by Sir Benjamin Brodie: Hunter's Couch; Hunter's Table and Chair and a small box containing a bladder calculus, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.38 Overheard in the Examination Hall; Quotes of humorous examination answers, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.Facing page 39 James Collier; Photograph of James Collier, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.39 Dr Collier's Retirement; Retirement of James Collier, Physician to the Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.40 Dinner to Dr James Collier; Report of the Dinner held to mark the retirement of James Collier on February 8th 1928 at the New University Club;, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.41-42 School Notes; Appointment of Dr Gainsborough as Physician to the Hospital; Dr Nelson appointed Senior Assistant Physician; and Dr Levick Assant Physician; Medical School Ball held at the Hyde Park hotel on January 26th 1928; Lecture by Dr Anthony Feiling to the Hunterian Society of London at the Mansion House on Sciatica; Mr W. S. Duke Elder appointed to the staff of the Royal London Opthalmic Hospital: List of recent donors: Presentation of portrait of Mr R.B. Walker, Assistant Surgeon, and related documentation to the Hospital by his grandson Professor Charles Walker, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.43-51 The Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment of New Growths originating in the Walls of the Urinary Bladder; Continuation of essay by Nicholls, Marriott Fawckner, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.51 When I was in the Cottage; Poem, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.52-55 Rugby Football Club; Report of recent matches, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.Facing page 52 Rugby Football XV, Season 1927-28; photograph of Rugby Football XV, 1927-28 with names of team, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.55 Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029; Installation meeting of the Masonic lodge to be held on May 1st in the Board Room, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.55 Obituary; Obituary of Thomas Henry Lovegrove, 1845-1927 aged 83, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.56 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.56 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.56 The Services; Recent appointments to the Services, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.56 Births; a Daughter to Leonard John Haydon, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.56 Marriage; Harold Pereira to Mary Pearson, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.57 Deaths; Walter Foulkes Jones aged 44; Thomas Henry Lovegrove in his 83rd year; Herbert Henry Tidswell in his 74th Year, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 2. pp.57-60 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received, 1928

Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.61 Contents; List of Contents, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.61-62 Editorial; Structural problems with the outer wall of Men's Surgery; New Nursing Staff Magazine to be published, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.62 The Retirement of Dr Darwall-Smith; Retirement of Dr Darwall-Smith, Obstetric Surgeon to the Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.62-63 School Notes; Appointment of Dr Roy as Obstetric Surgeon; Resignation of Dr Donaldson who moves to Chair of Pathology at Guy's Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.64 October 1st; Forthcoming Inauguration Ceremony with address by Sir John Bland-Sutton, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.64-65 Ourselves as Others Might See Us. I. A Clinical Round II. Appendicectomy; Satirical articles in the style of Ernest Bramah and G.A. Henty, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.65 Overheard in the Men's Surgery; Quotes of humorous responses to questions, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.66-73 Some Common Eye Affections met with in Practice; Account of training and practice in opthalmology including St George's and case studies, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.74-75 The Family Doctor AD2028; Poem; Predicting the demise of the family doctor; the formation of a national panel [Health Service] by the Ministry of Health; Nationalisation of the Mines;, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.75-76 New Wealth Society; Satirical Article recording the [fictional] publicity brochure ' Golden Rays' from the New Wealth Society run by Sir Monye Trustnott, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.77 Cricket Club; Report of recent matches, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.78 Lawn Tennis Club; Report of recent matches, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.78-79 Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029; Appointment of Officers to the Masonic Lodge, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.79 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.80 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.80 Prizes; Recent Prizes awarded, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.80 Entrance Scholarships in Anatomy and Physiology; Recent awards of scholarships, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.81 Births; A son to Roger Emmett; a daughter to Major E. H. Vere Hodge, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.81 Marriages; H.A. Byworth to Barbara Briault: W.S. Duke-Elder to Phyllis Mary Edgar; W. Neil Maclay to Eleanor May Harley-Jones, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.81 Deaths; Christopher Childs aged 81; Heywood Smith in his 91st year; Robert Wallace Wright aged 64, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 3. pp.81-84 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received, 1928

Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.85 Contents; List of Contents, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.85-86 The Translation of Dr Donaldson; Appreciation of Pathologist, Dr Donaldson, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.86-87 School Notes; Introductory address by Sir Squire Sprigge on Osler; Appointment of Dr J. F. Taylor as Pathologist and Curator of the Museum; Forthcoming Medical School Dance on January 23rd at the Hyde Park Hotel with music by Marius B. Winter's band; Inauguration ceremony with Address on Hydrocephalus by Sir John Bland-Sutton on October 1st; St George's Hospital Dinner on 1st October at the Hyde Park Hotel, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.88-89 St George's Hospital Club; Report of the year 1927-28 including Sports and Hunterian Society activities, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.89 Stop Press; Award of Prizes and Scholarships to Dr Gainsborough and Mr L.C. Lancaster, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.90-94 On Going into General Practice; General Practice as a career choice, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.94-95 The Jungfrau; Poem, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.95 William Osler as a Man of Letters; Paper given to the Osler Club on 12th July 1928: Biography and Writings of Osler, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.98 Obituary James Edmund Rutherfurd; Obituary of James Edmund Rutherfurd, 1875-1928, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.99-100 George Pearson M.D, F.R.S.; Hundredth anniversary of death of George Pearson; Physician at St George's, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.100 Hunterian Society; Election of officers and forthcoming programme of meetings, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.101-104 Correspondence; Comments about the Board of Names in the Reading Room; Intestinal toxaemia; Hundredth Anniversary of King's College and related appeal, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.104-105 Recent Publications; Recent publications by staff of St George's including Harold Barwell; J.S. Collier; W.S. Duke-Elder; Anthony Feiling; Hugh Gainsborough; J.A. Gardner; R.R. James; Philip Jory; G.C. Peachey and Sir Squire Sprigge, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.105-106 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.106 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.106 Prizes; Recent Prizes awarded, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.106 Change of Address; Change of address of Dr Herbert Owen, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.106 Births; A son to Dr J.W.W. Jepps; A son to Dr Norman L. Russell, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.107 Marriages; Douglas Henning Belfrage to Judith Corder; Frank Kellett to Madeleine Luce, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.107 Death; James Edmund Rutherfurd aged 53, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.107-109 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 4. pp.110 Gazette Notices, 1928
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.111 Contents; List of Contents. Author:
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.111-112 Editorial; Resignation of H. E. Mansell as Gazette Editor. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.112-113 The Clinical Clerk; Poem. Author: J.F.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.113-114 Deus Incubat Angui; Meaning and origin of the words of the Hospital Motto. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.114 School Notes; Refurbishment of Men's Surgery. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.115 The Medical School Ball; Medical School Ball held on 29th January at Hyde Park Hotel. Author: T.C.L. [Larkworthy] and J.G.R., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.116 The Sports Ground at Wimbledon; Successful appeal for funds raising £422 11s 6d. Author: W.E.T., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.116-130 The Hunterian Society; Text of an address on General Practice given recently at the Hunterian Society. Author: Dr Christopher Howard, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.131-132 Demande et Reponse; Humorous article on Viva question answers given by students. Author: A.S.H., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.132-133 Ourselves as Others Might See Us; Poem. Author: G.E., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.133 Correspondence; Request that the Introductory address should be given in the large lecture theatre from an Old St George's Man; History of the foundation of the Atkinson Morley Hospital and a warning against selling off some of the land. Author: G.R. Turner, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.134-135 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital; Physiotherapy Superintendent Lionel Bailey: Assistant Physician C.P. Pinckney; Assistant Surgeon F.W.M. Pratt; Medical Registrar T.F. McNair Scott; Surgical Registrar M.F. Nicholls; Obstetric Registrar C.M. Gwillim; Asistant Curator R. Marnham; R.M.O. Atkinson Morley Hospital C.E. Hagenbach; Assistant Radiologist G.R.M.Cordiner. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.135 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.135 Births; A daughter to Dr Harold Pereira; a daughter to Muriel Thornton and G. Kennedy Thornton. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.136 Marriage; Dr H.W. Gordon to Jean Helen Robertson. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.136 Deaths; Frederick Stuartson Collard aged 56; George William Hill. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.136-139 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 5. pp.140 Gazette Notices; . 1929

Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.141 Contents; List of Contents. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.141-142 Editorial; Editorial introduction referencing Omar Khayyam. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.142 Corrigendum; Correction of the word 'Celebrate' which should have been 'Cerebrate' on page 116, line 29. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.143 School Notes; Annual Hunterian Society dinner held on March 20th at the Criterion with entertainments from members of the St George's staff; Death of Nurse Joan Balfour. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.144 Notice; Request for 5 members of the medical staff to join the 47th London Division of the Territorial Army. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.144-145 The Fuller Family and its Connection with St George's Hospital; Death of Henry Roxburgh Fuller on March 7th 1929; John Fuller and the Apothecaries Act of 1815; Henry Peter Fuller, visiting apothecary; Henry William Fuller, Physician to the Hospital. Author: R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson], 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.146 With Accompaniment, After Dinner (March 20th); Poem about the recent Hunterian Society Dinner held on March 20th 1929. Author: J.B., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.148-156 Actinotherapy; History of Actinotherapy [Sunlight/UV treatment] from 400BC to the present day. Author: J.D.H.S., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.156-158 Notes on the Relative Values of Clinical Examination and Laboratory Reports; Comparison of Clinical findings with marked differences in laboratory analysis from two separate laboratories in the diagnosis of Syphilis. Author: G.I.E., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.158-159 Charivari from the Appeal Department; Donation of four new Operating Tables to the Hospital from an anonymous donor via the Hospital's Ladies Association; Endowment of a bed following a donation from Sir Harry and Lady McGowan and a similar donation from Lord and Lady Melchett; Appeal for good quality donations for the forthcoming Jumble Sale; Income from Advertising and Slogans; Suggestion that a coin removed from the inside of a child be donated. Author: V.C., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.159-162 Rugby Football Club 1928-29; Reports of the season's matches and performance. Author: A.R.C.H., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.162 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital and appointments of St George's Staff to other hospitals. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.162 Prize; Recent Prizes awarded. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.163 Marriages; Colin A. Grant to Elaine Redgell; W.H. Hubert to Ruth Kindersley. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.163 Death; Robert Alfred Edward Bacon aged 57. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.163-167 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 6. pp.168 Gazette Notices; Includes advertisement for Consulting room at 24 Welbeck Street. 1929

Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.Facing page 169 William Ewart; Photograph of William Ewart (Photo Elliott and Fry). 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.169 Contents; List of Contents. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.169-171 Obituary; Obituary of William Ewart, M.D., F.R.C.P., Consulting Physician to St George's Hospital; Died in his 81st Year on 11th August 1929; Student in 1869 and House Physician 1823; Curator of the Museum and Pathologist; Assistant Physician; Physician from 1888. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.172 School Notes; Opening of Cricket Season and optimism about Rugby team; Forthcoming Ladies' Association Jumble Sale in October. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.173 Chess Problem; Chess problem with solution on page 202. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.173-175 The Treatment of Carcinoma of the Tongue and Floor of the Mouth by Radium; Use of Radium [Radiotherapy] in the treatment of both the primary and nodal metastases of tumours of the Tongue and Floor of the moth. Author: C.F., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.175 A Visit to "The Latest"; Account of a visit to the 'Ospedale Futurissima, Neuville, Mekan, Wis.' [Satirical article/Science Fiction]. Author: J.B., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.178-192 Observations on Some of the more Common Skin Diseases met with in General Practice; Descriptions and Treatment of Common Skin conditions including Dermatoses, Urticaria and Infections. Author: J.D. H.S., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.192 Overheard in Out-Patients; Amusing anecdote. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.193 The Stone Circle, Castlerigg; Poem. Author: T.W.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.193-196 One Hundred Cases of Primary Syphilis; Account of clinical experience of 100 cases of Primary Syphilis: Presentation, Laboratory Diagnosis; Treatment. Author: John L. Franklin, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.196-197 The Saga of Tomlinson's Bubo; Humorous Account of the Tapping of A Groin Abscess in a unwilling Soldier who had served in Shanghai. Author: A.S.H., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.198 Rugby Football Club; Report of AGM. Author: C.F.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.199 St George's Hospital Cricket Club 1929; Reports of recent matches. Author: C. J. K. -T., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.199 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.200 Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions; Recent Scholarships awarded. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.200 Prizes; Recent Prizes awarded. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.200-201 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital and appointments of St George's Staff to other hospitals. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.201 Birth; A daughter to Harold A. Byworth. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.201 Marriages; Arthur Hubert Trevy-Davis to Kathleen Peers Coetmore-Jones; Denis Oliver to Dorothea Harrison; James Edward Coleton Rouse to Nancy Mary Louise Murray; Cedric Shaw to Patricia Harrison. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.201 Deaths; Stephen Harry Creagh aged 74; George Edward Weston aged 72; Ian Maxwell Rattray aged 40. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.202 Honours; Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston appointed G.C.V.O.; J.W.Watson awarded C.B.E.. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.202-203 Correspondence; Risk of infection from use of a Common Communion Cup; Letter from the Gold Coast in response to a job advertisement for maids at the Nurses Home. Author: S. Claude Tickell, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.203-206 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 7. pp.206 Gazette Notices; . 1929

Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.207 Contents; List of Contents. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.207-208 Editorial; First Editorial from new Editor. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.208 School Notes; Forthcoming Ball to be held at the Hyde Park Hotel on January 22nd 1930; Nurses Dance to be held at the Knightsbridge Hotel on January 17th; Comments on recent sporting performance and ground issues. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.209-218 Doctor and Patient; An address to the Students at the Opening of the New Session on October 1st 1929. Author: Edmund I. Spriggs, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.219-221 Doctor Quincey has his Tonsils Out; Personal Account of Tonsillectomy under Ether. Author: C.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.221-223 Scene - Surgical O. -P.; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients. Author: Pseudocyesis, 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.223-227 Observations on Some of the more Common Skin Diseases met with in General Practice (continued from page 192); Descriptions and Treatment of Common Skin conditions. Author: J.D. H.S., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.227 The Latest from Cambridge; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Students at examinations. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.228 The Ballad of Sir Typhosus; Poem. Author: L.B.N., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.228-232 An Action Against a Surgeon in 1622; Account of a complaint published in the 'Ancestor' of William Nicholls against Thomas Gillam, surgeon in 1622;. Author: R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson], 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.233-234 Hunterian Society; Cartoon captioned PAPA at top of article; Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society addressed by Mr E.B. Turner and Dr Hildred Carlill. Author: D.L.L., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.234 Overheard at Ante-Natals; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.235 An Obstetrical Lament; Poem and Anecdote. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.235-236 Rugby Football Club; Reports of recent matches. Author: C.F.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.236 Boxing Club; Appointment of Mr Fred Dyer as Professional and progress with Training. Author: C.F.P., 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.236 Boxing Club Expenses; Account for fitting new punchball. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.237 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.237 Marriage; Dr E.F. Hunt to Stephanie Davy. 1929
Vol. XXVI, Issue 8. pp.238 Gazette Notices; . 1929

Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.239-240 Editorial; Poem. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.240-241 School Notes; Cricket ground not fit for play this season; Hospital Dance with Dance Demonstration by Victor Silvester following a change of band; Screening of Rugby Training film; O.S. Wauchope appointed new boxing coach;. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.241-242 Obituary; Obituaries of P.C.W. Laws who died in his 61st year, Bacteriologist: Dr Gerald Samuel Harper. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.242-244 Some of the Methods Employed at Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital; Feeding and Care of Premature Babies. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.244-245 "It"; The mysterious use of the term "It" in histories given by patients in General Practice. Author: L.B.N., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.245-265 The Re-occupation of Wana; Account of fighting in Wana, Afghanistan illustrated by numerous photographs and a map. Author: "Totem" T.O.T., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.265 The Printer Again!; Typographic errors. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.265 The Medical School Ball; Accounts of the Medical School Ball pm 22nd January 1930; Entertained by Percival Mackey's Band.. Author: J.G.R. and C.F.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.266 Appeal Department; Collection of goods for forthcoming Jumble Sale. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.266 Cricket Club; Issues with team and lack of home ground. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.267-269 Some Experiences of a Ship's Surgeon in the North Atlantic; Personal Account of experience on the C.S. Faraday. Author: W.E.T. [Tucker], 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.269-272 A New Method of Estimating the Diastolic or Basic Blood Pressure; Synopsis of a Paper read on December 12th 1929 at Swansea Hospital. Author: G. Arbour Stephens, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.272 Hunterian Society; Report of the Dinner held at the Piccadilly Hotel on Thursday March 20th. Author: D.L.L., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.273 Petechiae; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients with cartoon. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.274 Re Beans; Complaints about the number of Beans served at lunch time in the Club. Author: A.S.H., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.274-277 Rugby Football Club; Reports of recent matches. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.277-278 Annual General Meeting; A.G.M. of the Rugby Club. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.278 Sailing Club; Invitation to join Royal Corinthian Yacht Club. Author: T.C.L., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.279 Boxing Club; Report of recent Matches. Author: C.F.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.279 The Whole Hog; Further comments on the inaccuracies of the board of names in the Reading Room. Author: Laudator Temporis Acti, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.280 Lost Friends; Poem. Author: H.B.M., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.280 Shakespearian; Poem. Author: T.W.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.281-282 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital; Physiotherapy Superintendent Lionel Bailey: Assistant Physician C.P. Pinckney; Assistant Surgeon F.W.M. Pratt; Medical Registrar J.B.Murray; Surgical Registrar M.F. Nicholls; Obstetric Registrar C.M. Gwillim; Asistant Curator R. Marnham; Assistant Radiologist G.R.M.Cordiner. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.282 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.282 Prize; Recent Prizes awarded. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.282 Change of Address; Change of Address of Alumnus. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.283 Birth; A daughter to James Rouse. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.283 Marriage; Henry John Walter Bergh to Molly Slater. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.283 Deaths; Harold Ramsey Popham Baker; Geroge White Drabble age 63; Mark Glanville; Gerald Samuel Harper; Percy Charles Willoughby Laws; Sir Edward Pollock aged 89: Walter John Weston. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.283 Publications; Publications authored by St George's Staff; H. Wansey Bayly; John F. Taylor; Christopher Howard; J. Addyman Gardner and Hugh Gainsborough; Joseph Blomfield and F.E. Shipway; R.R.James. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.284-286 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 9. pp.286 Gazette Notices; . 1930

Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.287 Contents; List of Contents. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.287-288 Editorial; Editorial. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.288 School Notes; Introduction of a specific separate section on Hospital notes; Award of 'Good Conduct Prize' to Dr J. G. Reid. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.289-291 Obituary; Obituary of Sir Edward James Pollock, Died June 15th 1930 aged 54; Student of Medicine who changed career to Law from Surgery: Death of Mr John Pepys Cockerell aged 63; Deputy Treasurer; Death of Col. Charles Aftred Atkins aged 91: Pictured in the photograph of the dissecting room at Kinnerton Street. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.291-294 Notes on the "Non Operative Treatment" of Head Injuries; Notes on the "Non Operative Treatment" of Head Injuries. Author: Anthony Feiling, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.294-297 A Round in the Hospital Golf Competition; Humorous' Account of a Golf match [Contains sexist comments about women golfers]. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.298-304 Observations of Some of the More Common Skin Diseases met with in General Practice (part 3); Descriptions and Treatment of Common Skin conditions. Including Lupus vulgaris, Lupus erythematosus and Lupus pernio. Author: J.D. H.S., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.304-305 Petechiae; Gems from the Panel; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.305-306 Allgoodian Revelations; Account of the actions of various machines used by the hospital Dispensary by Mr Allgood; Combined Sifting and Mixing Machine; Ointment Mill; Autoclave or Sterilisers; Emulsifier; Water Still and Condensers; Soda-Water Machinery. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.307-310 The History of Medicine; History of Medicine including accounts of Hippocrates; Erasistratus; Galen; Arabic medicine; Rhazes; Avicenna; Avensoar; Abulcasis. Author: A.R.H., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.310 Horror on the Top Floor; Lighthearted account of problems with a Surgical Mask. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.310-311 A Case of Cysticercus Cellulosae in Man; Infection in a 28 year old man with a history of military service in India and the Sudan. Author: E.F.H., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.311-312 A Cry in Queen's Square; Poem. Author: C.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.312-313 House Committee Notes; Presentation of the first Gold Medals to be awarded twice a year to the nurse with the best performance in the 4th Year examination. Suggested by Dr Spitta and enacted by the late Mr Cockerell; Presented by Prince George to Nurses Coote and Colwell; Dies of the medal presented by Mr H.J.Mappin; Medal Depicts the Hospital at Hyde Park Corner in 1733 and on the other side Bernardo Pistrucci's cameo of George and the Dragon; [Image of the medal reproduced in frontispiece of issue 11 facing page 317]; New Hotlock system for transferring food from the kitchen to the wards funded by Mrs Sandeman: Electronic Sterilisers in Operating Theatres funded by Brompton Parish Church: Reinstatement of Annual Dinner for the Governing Body after 200 year gap held at the Savoy Hotel in February 1930. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.313 October 1; Inaugural Address and Prize Distribution to be held on October 1st: Address by Lord Riddell: Ladies permitted to attend the Address but not the Annual Dinner at the Hyde Park Hotel. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.313-314 Cricket Club; Report of recent Matches. Author: V.R., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.314 Correspondence; Response to comments on the use of the term 'It' by J.S.; Retirement of Dr Gladstone. Reader in Anatomy and planned testimonial from R.I. Macbeth, Kings College. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.315 Appointments; Recent Appointments to St George's Hospital and other institutions. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.315 Prizes; Recent Prizes awarded. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.316 Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions; Recent Scholarships awarded. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.316 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 10. pp.316 Gazette Notices; . 1930

Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.Facing Page 317 Medal Photographs; Photographs of Gold Nurse's Medal 'For Merit' as described on pages 312-313. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.317 Contents; List of Contents. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.317-318 Editorial; Editorial. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.318-319 School Notes; Inaugural Address by Lord Riddell on October 1st; Removal of the old Club notice board; New telephone box in Club Luncheon room; Apologies for missing photographs of Gold medal which are published as frontispiece to Issue 11. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.320-330 Obstetrical Oddities; Paper read to the Osler Club on May 23rd 1930: Abnormalities of Delivery and of the Delivered. Author: T. McN. S., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.330-331 Petechiae; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.331-343 Diagnosis of Smallpox; Lecture by the late W.McConnell Wanklyn. Author: W.McConnell Wanklyn, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.344 A Portrait; Cartoon of a man in ?Scout's uniform. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.344-345 St George's Hospital Club; Donation of £180 from the Medical School Jumble Sale Proceeds; Annual Dance at Hyde Park Hotel; Reports of all the Sports Clubs including inactive ones;. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.346 St George's Hospital Medical School; Accounts of Athletic Ground Appeal to fund new Cricket Ground in Wimbledon. Author: Crisp English; Anthony Feiling and Claude Frankau, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.346-357 Oberammergau; Account of a visit to the Oberammergau Passion Play via Paris and Munich: Illicit Photograph of the stage. Author: P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.358 Correspondence; Appeal for contributions to the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund for Sir Thomas Barlow's Christmas Appeal. Author: Thomas Barlow, 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.359-362 Rugby Football Club; Report of recent Matches. Author: C.F.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.362-363 Appointments; Recent Appointments to St George's Hospital and other institutions. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.363 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.363-366 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 11. pp.366 Gazette Notices; . 1930

Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.367 Contents; List of Contents. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.367-368 Editorial; Editorial. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.368-369 School Notes; Forthcoming Medical School Dance at Hyde Park Hotel in January 1931; Nurses' Dance to be held at the Knightsbridge Hotel in February 1931. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.369-373 Early Records of the Medical School; Extracts of the Minute books made by the author during his tenure as Dean in the 1920s: Short anecdotes concerning, staffing. events and members of staff from 1857 onwards; Operative surgery course by Henry Gray; Presentations to the museum of obstetric illustrations by Mr T. A. Stone; Theft of an overcoat belonging to Mr Pickering Pick; Duties of the post of Dean; Timothy Holmes; Benjamin Brodie; Disposal of premises at Kinnerton Street; Visiting physicians and surgeons to attend Atkinson Morley Hospital; Dr Wadham; Style of Hospital binding of books using an illustration of St George and the Dragon by Mr [John] Tenniel from 1877 and used on books owned by Dr Howship Dickenson; Appointment of Dr Champneys as assistant to Robert Barnes. Author: R.R. J. [James, Robert Rutson], 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.373-374 Medical Out-Patients; Poem. Author: R., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.374-380 A Ski Trip; Account of a Ski Trip to Switzerland. Author: P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.380 Petechiae; Amusing anecdotes and quotes from Patients, Cartoon titled 'Who's been shooting pheasants'. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.381 Hospital Notes; Captain C.C. Craig elected Hospital Treasurer; Fourth Annual Rose Day held in April raising £4,182; Success of Private Nursing Staff Venture in the first three years; Success of Preliminary Training School for nurses at No 3 Knightsbridge; Annual Jumble sale. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.382 The Commission on Nursing; Lord Crawford and Balcarres to preside over the Lancet Commission to review nursing shortages. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.382-323 Phenomenon de Bum; Humorous article in 'Franglais'. Author: S., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.385 Cartoons; Two Cartoons. Author: S., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.385 The Hunterian Society; Report of the Society for 1930-31 including programme of meetings. Author: P.T.C., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.386-7 Rugby Club; Report of General Meeting of the Club. Author: C.F.P., 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.388-389 Retirements; Appreciation on the retirement of three Senior Anaesthetists: Dr Blomfield, Dr Llewellyn Powell and Dr Maynard Horne. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.389-390 Appointments; Recent Appointments to St George's Hospital and other institutions: Assistant Physician Dr J.B. Murray; Assistant Surgeon Mr M.F. Nicholls; Medical Registrar Dr H.E. Mansell; Surgical Registrar Mr R. Marnham; Obstetric Registrar Mr C. M. Gwillim; Assistant Curator Mr F. W. Holdsworth. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.390 Examination Results; Results of recent examinations. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.390-392 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1930
Vol. XXVI, Issue 12. pp.392 Gazette Notices; . 1930

Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.1 Contents; List of Contents. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.1-2 Editorial; New Gazette Editor. Author: For Nix, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.2-3 School Notes; Death of Dr Ogle and Retirement of Mr James; Appointment of Mr Duke-Elder as head of Opthalmic Department: Medical School Dance on January 21st at the Hyde Park Hotel. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.3-4 Obituary, Dr Ogle; Obituary of Dr Cyril Ogle, died February 1931 in his seventieth year. Author: H.M., 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.4-5 The Retirement of Mr James; Retirement of Mr Rutson James, Opthalmic Surgeon; Appointed Registrar 1899; Assistant Opthalmic Surgeon 1909; Senior Opthalmic Surgeon 1928; Dean of the School from 1918. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.5-10 The Reminiscences of St George’s Forty Years Ago; Contents of first Gazette in 1892; List of Hospital Staff in 1890; Surviving members at St George’s; William Bennett, G.R.Turner, W. Adams Frost; Career Progress of other staff from 1890 and their roles: G.A. Buckmaster, Charles Slater, Samuel Rideal; Sheridan Delepine Pathologist in 1890; First Xray room at St George’s in 1899; Establishment of Clinical Laborotories; Medical School preclinical studies transferred to University or Kings College; F.J. Marshall, Resident Medical Officer from 1875-1905; Charles James Lewns Todd, Secretary; Medical Registrar Richard Sisley; Surgical Registrar C.E.H. Cotes; W.C. Bull, Consulting Aural Surgeon; Numbers of Patients in 1902; Sporting Achievements outside the Hospital; Founding of the Gazette by R.Leslie Romer, G.H.Goldsmith, H.B. Grimsdale and W.A.Propert; Philpott, attendant in charge of the museum; Harper, attendant in the Post-Mortem room; Librarian, Lowe. Author: Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.11-19 Andreas Vesalius; Vesalius and his contribution to Anatomy; Paper read to the Osler Club in January 1931. Author: H.E. Mansell, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.20-21 Ivores Duo; Poem and three caricatures. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.22-23 Hospital Notes; Shortage of Nursing Accommodation; Modernisation of Atkinson Morley Hospital including gas central heating; Works for new underground station at Hyde Park Corner with closing of Down Street and Dover Street tube stations. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.24-25 The Tale of George, Idealist and Up-to-date Anaesthetist; Poem. Author: I.B. (Ivor Back), 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.25-29 Angling; Cautions to be Observed in Angling as to the Seasons of the Weather, the Time of Day and Year, &c.. Author: From an Old Book on Sport, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp. Facing Page 29 Photograph of Rugby Team; Photograph of Rugby Team. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.29-31 Rugger Notes; Report of recent Matches. Author: A.R.C.H., 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.31 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.31 Prize; Recent award of Sir Francis Laking Memorial Prize ti Dr H.E. Mansell. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.32 Examination Results; Recent examination results. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.32-33 Correspondence; Report from Tanganyita Territory on Tsetse research, the proposed new Wellcome building at the corner of Gordon Street and Euston Road; Letter from the Society for the Prevention of Premature Burial. Author: H. Maxwell Johnson, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.34-38 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 1. pp.38 Gazette Notices; . 1931

Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.39 Contents; List of Contents. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.39-40 Editorial; Status of the Medical School; Praise for Dr Feiling; Impracticalities of the Hospital Buildings. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.40 A Sonnet to St George’s; Poem. Author: Ivor Back, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.41-55 Reminiscences of St George’s Forty Years Ago (Part II); Biographies of William Howship Dickinson; James Rouse; Thomas Tillyer Whipham; Thomas Pickering Pick; John Cavafy; John Warrington Haward; William Ewart; Clinton Thomas Dent; Sir Herbert Isambard Owen; A. Marmaduke Sheild; William Lee Dickinson; Herbert William Allingham; Sir Francis Henry Champneys; Robert Brudenell Carter; Sir William Bartlett Dalby. Author: Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.55-56 Tragic Tale of Sir Gavin McLean; Poem. Author: I.B. (Ivor Back), 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.57 Obituary; Obituary of Henry Charles Woods, died June 1931 in his 91st year; presented photograph of staff of St George’s in 1864 to the School; Report of the Death of Dr E.B. Turner. Author: R.R. J. [James, Robert Rutson], 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.57 Flourising Dr Bye; Poem. Author: J.B., 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.58-59 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.59 Examination Results and Prizes; Recent examination results and prizes. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.60-62 Correspondence; Letter about the teaching methods of Sir Humphry Rolleston including his habit of comparing organs to familiar objects such as fruit and vegetables; Comments on Sir Humphry Rolleston’s reminiscences. Author: J. Blomfield; E. Muirhead Little, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.62 Contemporaries; List of titles of other contemporary medical school magazines in the Uk and beyond. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.62-66 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 2. pp.66 Gazette Notices; . 1931

Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.67 Contents; List of Contents. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.67-68 Editorial; Increase of numbers in new academic year: success in examinations but not in sports. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.68 The Bi-Centenary of St George’s Hospital; Bicentenary due in 1933; Committee formed to mark the event and suggestions requested. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.69-73 St. George; Biography and origins of the possibly legendary figure of St George including photographs of sculpture and paintings. Author: C.E., 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.74 Hunterian Society; Notice of new session and outline timetable of the society; President Mr M.F. Nicholls. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.74-78 Ion; Account of an eventful road trip to Derbyshire. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.78 Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029; Notice of the schedule of the Masonic lodge and its’ officers. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.78-84 Correspondence; An amusing address in the form of a Farewell Poem: Further Comments on Humphry Rolleston’s reminiscences: The All Nations Press Exhibition to be held in 1932. Author: An Old St George’s Student: W.H. Cooke; F.P. Bartlett: J. A. Cameron, The All Nations Press Exhibition, 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.84 Unorthodox Reminiscences; Poem. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.85 Marriages; Recent marriages of Messrs Larkworthy, Higham and Tucker. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.85 Deaths; Deaths of A. Heygate Vernon; Dudley Richard Bernhardt aged 59; Sidney Underhilll aged 56. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.85 Appointments; Recent appointments to St George's Hospital; Mr J.D. Ritchie appointed Resident Anaesthetist. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.85 Examination Results; Recent examination results. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.86 Prizes; Recent Prizes awarded. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.86 Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions 1931; Entrance Scholarships and Prizes awarded. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.86-90 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1931
Vol. XXVII, Issue 3. pp.90 Gazette Notices; . 1931

Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.91 Contents; List of Contents. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.91-92 Editorial; Editorial comments. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.92 The Bi-Centenary of St George’s Hospital; Widespread interest recorded in this forthcoming event including from Prince George. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.92-95 Bragg’s Chair; Lighthearted article in the style of a mystery novel. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.96 A Glimpse of Athens, 438 B.C.; Poem. Author: T.W.P., 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.96-97 Was it Quackery?; Lighthearted article on the subject of Quackery. Author: C.Francis Smith, 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.98 Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029; Notice of the schedule of the Masonic lodge and its’ officers. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.98-103 Rugger Club Report; Fixtures and reports of recent matches. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.103-110 Reminiscences : Chile; Account of a doctor working in mining areas in Chile in the 1880s. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.110-112 U.L.O.T.C.; Account of the structure and work of the University of London Officers Training Corps. Author: H.H. Kenshole, 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.113-114 Examinations, Appointments &c.; Recent examination results and appointments to St George’s Hospital including staff list from 1st January 1932. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.114 Correspondence; Response to a comment in a previous editorial about the lack of Rugby matches on Saturdays; Comments on Humphry Rolleston’s Reminscences about Dr Ewart. Author: Phil T Cooper, E.H. Allen; Harold Seatliff, 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.117-121 “Lancet” Commission on Nursing; Comments on the Final Report of the Commission on training and recruitment of nurses. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.121 Our Contemporaries; List of contemporary medical school magazines received from other organisations and reprints from old St George’s men. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.122 Obituary; Obituaries of Edward Beaden Turner (1854-1931); Frederick Richard Fisher aged 88; A.B. Cottell (1855-1932); Sir William Bennett (1852-1931); Notice of the Death of Dr Jamieson in Barnstaple. Author: N.J. McCaskie, 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.129-137 Reviews; Reviews of books recently received. 1932
Vol. XXVII, Issue 4. pp.138 Gazette Notices. 1932

Post Mortem Examinations and Case Books
406 PM · Colección · 1840-1946

The post mortem records contain manuscript case notes, with medical notes both pre and post mortem. These include details on patients’ admission to the hospital, treatments and medication administered to patients and the medical history of patients; the medical histories were copied into the volumes from hospital registers, which are no longer extant. The post mortem cases include detailed pathological findings made during the detailed examination of the body after death. From the 1880s onwards the case books contain original anatomical drawings and photographs.

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The following information is recorded for each case. The information is transcribed from the case notes and/or the relevant index and, where relevant, additionally standardised using MeSH (Medical Subject Headings)

• Name of the patient. If a name is not entered in the volume, it is noted in the catalogue as ‘[No name stated]’

• Gender of the patient (female / male / unknown)

• Age of the patient. Usually in numbers, following the original, with the following exceptions: 4/12 = 4 months, 4/52 = 4 weeks, 4/365 = 4 days. If no age is entered, it is noted in the catalogue as ‘[No age stated]’

• Occupation of the patient. Where no occupation is entered, it is noted in the catalogue as ‘[No occupation stated]’. Children are often designated according to their father’s or mother’s occupation and women by their husband’s occupation (e.g. ‘F / Horsekeeper’, ‘M. Charwoman’, ‘Hd Grocer’); these have been rendered in the catalogue as ‘[Child of] Horsekeeper’, ‘[Wife of] Grocer’

• Date of admission and date of death

• The names of the doctors treating or examining the patient. ‘Admitted under the care of’ denotes the senior doctor in charge of the case (usually entered at the top of the page and in the index); ‘Post mortem performed by’ denotes the doctor responsible for the post mortem examination (usually signed at the bottom of the page) and ‘Medical examination performed by’ denotes the doctor responsible for the medical examination prior to death (usually signed at the bottom of the page). The earliest records usually contain only one name, and some of the later ones may contain multiple names in each category. An authority record (name access point) with basic biographical details has been created for each doctor mentioned in the records; these can be used to explore all the cases related to a particular individual

• Disease(s) or cause of death of the patient. Transcribed from the medical case and/or the index and standardised, e.g. ‘Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Fractured base. Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (lungs). Fracture (skull)’

• Medical and post mortem notes. Brief summary description or transcription of the case notes relating to previous medical history (not a full transcription of the case notes)

• Note on whether the case includes illustrations or photographs; these can also be browsed via genre access points

• Note on whether the death was caused by trauma, accident or suicide

• Subject access points, using standardised terms from MeSH, with disease type (e.g. respiratory tract diseases, cardiovascular diseases) and anatomy type (e.g. cardiovascular system, musculoskeletal system), which can be used for browsing all relevant cases

Note on transcriptions and abbreviations

Names have been silently expanded, e.g. Jas = James, Wm = William

Some common abbreviations and acronyms

AMCH = Atkinson Morley Convalescent Hospital, Wimbledon
BID = Brought in dead
COA = Condition on admission
F = Father
H or Hd = Husband
HP = House physician
HS = House surgeon
IP = In-patient
L = Left
M = Mother
MR or Med reg or Med r = Medical register or Medical registrar
MS = Museum specimen
OP = Out-patient
OPD = Out-patient department
OR = Obstetric register
PMH = Previous medical history
PH = Previous history
Pt or Pat = Patient
PM = Post mortem
R = Right
RF = Rheumatic fever
Ry = Railway
SR or Surg reg = Surgical register or Surgical registrar
TB = Tuberculosis
VD = Venereal disease

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