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St George's Hospital Gazette, volumes IX-X

Volumes IX-X 'Ex Libris Clinton Thomas Dent', Bookplate of Clinton Thomas Dent inside front cover; author unnamed

Vol IX. 'Index of Volume IX', author unnamed
Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.1-7 'The Portraits in the Board Room of St George's Hospital' (Continued), Robert Keate by Prescott Knight, R.A., Joseph Gunning by T. Brigstocke, Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Photographed by his Grandson Sir B. V. S. Brodie from a painting by G. F. Watts, R.A., Bronze Medal of Brodie by Mr Wyon of the Royal Mint, Thomas Young by T. Brigstocke, Engraving or Portrait in Dean's room, Medallion Portrait of Thomas Young by Sir Francis Chantry with inscription in Westminster Abbey, W. F. Chambers by T Phillips R. A., Mr John Hammerton, photograph.; Warrington Haward, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.7-8 'General Literature', Lighthearted article in the style of a dialogue; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.8 'Literary Note', Story of John Ward and his obtaining of the privilege of driving through Horse Guards gate from King George II.; George Peachey, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.9-12 'School Notes', Baillie lectures delivered in 1900 by Dr Howship Dickinson on Diabetes, Role of Mr [Timothy] Holmes as Hunterian Lecturer in the School, Keeping of Hospital notes, Marble Bust of Mr Henry Lee by Mr Thomas Brock, R.A. presented to the Royal College of Surgeons by his widow, Reports of recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, 22 Nov 1900, Lecture by Dr Menzies on Anaesthetics, Ban on the receipt of fees from patients and inquiry into the fee of a halfpenny recovered from the Oesophagus, Assignment of four beds each to the new Senior Assistant Surgeons, Reports of St George's men, Lieutenant [Oswald] Challis and Mr H. C. Jeffreys, in the wars in South Africa, Chess club report, Update on recent building works, ; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.12-13 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.13 'Reviews', The Syphilis of Children by G. Carpenter, Heart Disease in Childhood and Youth by C. W. Chapman, ; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.14 'Obituaries', Lionel E. Kay-Shuttleworth 1849-1900, James Mitchell Winn 1801-1900.; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.14-15 'House Officers', Jan-Mar 1901; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.15 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Society of Apothecaries, ; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.16 'The Services', Recent appointments to the Services and report of St George's men serving in the Transvaal.; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.16 'Births', A daughter to H. W. Davis, a son to Reginald Newton, a daughter to H. M. Cooper; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 1. pp.16 'Deaths', James Michael Winn aged 92, George Hutchinson Milnes, Lionel E. Kay-Shuttleworth aged 51.; author unnamed, 11 Jan 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.17 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.17-23 'The Portraits in the Board Room of St George's Hospital', The Portraits in the Board Room of St George's Hospital (Concluded), Edward Cutler by Herrick, Henry Charles Johnson by J. Walton, Sir Prescott Gardner Hewett by W. W. Ouless, A. R. A., Charles Hawkins, T [Timothy] Holmes by W. B. Richmond, A. R. A., William Howship Dickinson by John Collier, Sir Thomas Hussey Apreece and his Brother by unknown artist, Mrs Crayle, View of St George's Hospital 1746 presented by Charles Hawkins in 1862, from the picture by R. Wilson A. R. A., Mention of the Hogarth Picture of St George's with reference to St George's Hospital reports vol i, p1; Warrington Haward, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.23-25 'Only Just in Time', Poem; F. H. , 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.26-27 'The Nurses' Entertainment', Report of the Nurses' entertainment held on 17-18 Jan 1901 wih full programme and credits; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.28-30 'School Notes', Mention of recent death of the Queen [Victoria], Recovery of Mr J.H.P. Frazer from enteric fever, Reports of recent meetins of the Hunterian Society, Dr Whipham on 'Diet in the Derangement of Digestion and Disease, Commencement of Museum overhaul, Report of attendance at an operation by Dr Kocher in Berne including a detailed description of operating theatre design, infection control and attire, Proposal to form a Medical School Complaints committee, Effect of the gentrification of Belgravia on obstetric practice.; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.31-33 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.33 'Reviews', Lectures on Nasal Obstruction by A. Marmaduke Shield, Cancer of the Stomach by William Osler and Thomas McCrae.; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.35 'Obituary', Mr Charles Roberts 1836-1901.; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.35 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals. Mr H. R. D. Spitta appointed as Assistant Teacher in Bacteriology; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.35 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of Royal College of Surgeons and Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.36 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.36 'Births', A Son to H. E. South, a daughter to F. Stuartson Collard; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901

Vol IX. Issue 2. pp.36 'Deaths', Charles Roberts aged 87, J. G. Symes aged 76; author unnamed, 8 Feb 1901
Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.37 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.37-45 'Roodevaal: An incident of War', Roodevaal: An Incident of War, Account of a recent incident during the South African war.; H. C. J., 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.45 'The Clinical Clerk', Poem; J. F. P., 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.46-48 'School Notes', Death of Admiral Sir George Willes, Appointment of Dr Whitley B Stokes as Medical Registrar, Recent Testimonial to Mr Haward, Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Mr Jaffrey 'On Some Points in the Surgery of Children's diseases', New Xray room in basement ready for fittings.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.48-50 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901
Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.50-51 'Chess Club Notes', Reports and results of recent matches; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.51 'Review', Hygeine and Public Health by L. C. Parkes and H. Kenwood. Sample of Abbey's Effervescent Salt received.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.52 'Obituary', Lieut-Col Charles Bradley Maitland, killed in actio by the Ogaden Somalis in Jubaland.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.52-53 'Hours of Attendance', Hours of Attendance in Outpatients by Assistant Physicians and Surgeons, Obstetric physicians, Opthalmic Surgeons, Throat Department, Diseases of the skin, Orthopaedic Dept, Aural Surgeon and Dental Surgeon; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.53 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.53 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of University of London, Conjoint Board, Society of Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.54 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901

Vol IX. Issue 3. pp.54 'Births', A son to H. R. Mansell, a daughter to G. A. Ballinghall.; author unnamed, 8 Mar 1901
Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.55 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 10 May 1901
Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.55-56 'Obituary Notice', Obituary of Dr Cavafy, died 28 Apr 1901.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901
Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.56-61 'Ambrose Pare', Text of a Paper on Ambrose Pare given at the Hunterian Society, 11 Oct 1900. part 1; C. T. Dent, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.61-62 'Smoking Concert', Report of recent Smoking Concert held in Mar 1901, ; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.62-65 'School Notes', Appointments of Sir Francis Laking, Mr H. W. Allingham and Dr F. W. Hewitt to His Majesty's [King Edward VII] household. Recent meeting of the Hunterian Society, Mr T. C. English on 'Minor Surgery', Annual dinner at the Trocadero on 21 Mar 1901, Placement of plaster cast of Brock's bust of Mr Pick in the museum passage. Dr Rolleston appointed for 6 months as Senior Physician to the Yeomanry Hospital in Pretoria, The taking of Surgical notes; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.65-66 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 10 May 1901
Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.66-67 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.67-69 'Reviews', The Asphyxial Factor in Anaesthesia by H.B. Gardner, A Manual of Medicine Vol II by W. H. Allchin, A Manual of Surgical Treatment b Watson Cheyne, Diseases of the Nose and Throat by F. de Havilland Hall and H. Tilley, A Manual of Surgery by William Rose and Albert Carless.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.69 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.70 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services including South African War reports.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.70 'Prizes', The Thompson Medal to A. J. Jex-Blake, Henry Charles Johnson Prize in Anatomy to Wm. Byam, the Brodie Prize for 1901 to W. B. Swete Evans.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.71 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge and Durham, Apothecaries, Conjoint Board and Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.72 'Birth', A son to Maynard Horne; author unnamed, 10 May 1901
Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.72 'Marriage', Llewelyn Powell to Nina Marion Hunt.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 4. pp.73 'African Civil Surgeons Dinner', Letter proposing a dinner for men who have recently served as civil surgeons in South Africa from C. Gordon Watson and F. E. Fremantle.; author unnamed, 10 May 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.73 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.73-78 'Ambrose Pare', Ambrose Pare (continued), Text of a Paper on Ambrose Pare given at the Hunterian Society, 11 Oct 1900. part 2; C. T. Dent, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.78 'The Ounce against the Grain', Poem; R. H. M., 7 Jun 1901
Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.81 'Hunterian Society', Report of the AGM of the Hunterian Society.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901
Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.81-82 'Rowing Club', Report and results of recent events; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901
Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.82 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901
Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.83 'Athletic Sports Club', Report of the recent AGM of the Athletic Sports Club and a recent event.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.83-87 'School Notes', Departure of Mr Locke from post of Chaplain, Proposal for a Pathological Clinical Laboratory, Portrait of Dr Isambard Owen by Mr Coscombe John exhibited at the Royal Academy, Lack of support for a proposal to introduce modified form of open-air treatment of phthisis [T.B.] at the Atkinson Morley Convalescent Home in Wimbledon, Change of Gazette policy on the publication of anecdotes, Forthcoming Graphic Society exhibition and accompanying lectures, Problems with porters moving patients from the operating table to beds, Comments on the recent M.B. Examinations of students for the Kings College Hospital degree including women on the St George's wards; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.87-88 'Reviews', Botany, part 1 of Catechism series, The Commonwealth of Cells by H.G. F. Spurrell.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.88 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.88 'Marriage', Walter G. Walford to Fannie Holbrook.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.89 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of the Universities of Cambridge, Wales, Durham, Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 5. pp.90 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services including South African War reports.; author unnamed, 7 Jun 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.Facing Page 91 'George A. Buckmaster', Photograph of George A. Buckmaster; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901
Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.91 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901
Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.91 'George A. Buckmaster', Short Biography of George A. Buckmaster; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901
Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.92-97 'Ambrose Pare', Ambrose Pare (concluded); C. T. Dent, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.97-100 'Graphic Society', Report of the thirteenth annual exhibition of the Graphic Society, 12-15 Jun 1901, Photographs by Mr Dent, Mr J. W. Mercer, Mr H. S. Barwell, Mr R. A. G Penny, Mr A. S. Morley, Mr H. G. Drake Brockman, Mr S. H. Lee Abbott, Mr W. G. Swete Evans and Mr J. W. S. Seccombe, Watercolours by Dr Dakin, Mr H. B. Grimsdale, Dr G. F. Blandford, Mr S. P. Mummery, Mr R. H. Manning, Mr K. H. Reed. Oil Paintings by Lt Col Whipple and Mr S. G. Penny. Pencil Drawings by Mr E.[Edward] A. Wilson, Pen and ink studies by H. B. Murir, P. F. Tinne, G.H. Goldsmith and Mr A Hoare. Report of Lantern slide lectures on Spain and North Africa by Dr Slater, The Rivers and Canals of England by Mr J. W. Mercer and Slides of South Africa by Mr Dent; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.101-102 'Athletic Sports Club', Report and results of recent events; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901
Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.102-103 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.103-105 'School Notes', Comment on portrait of Dr Buckmaster, Mr W. E. Tucker promoted to Resident Obstetric Assistant, Opening of new operating theatre.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.106 'Review', Zoology, part II, Vertebrata, Catechism series; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901
Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.106 'Notice', Sterilisable Needle for Blood examinations designed by Drs Slater and Spitta; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.107 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.107 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of the Universities of Cambridge, London, Durham, Victoria University, Manchester, Royal College of Surgeons, Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.108 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.108 'Prizes', Brackenbury Prize in Medicine and Treasurer's Prize awarded to A. J. Jex-Blake; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.108 'Marriages', George Samuel Watson to Edith Sarah Green, Ridley Ewart Mounsey to May Bright, Ekecye Le Fleming to Florence Murton Beeching.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.109 'Deaths', George Fullerton aged 7 months at Lucknow, only son of Major G. T. Mould.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.109 'House Officers', 548; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.109-110 'The Society of Medical Phonographers', Announcement of Annual Shorthand examination of The Society of Medical Phonographers.; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 6. pp.110 'Racquets Court', Letter on the proposal to build a Squash Racquets Court requesting subscriptions, from C. T. Dent, T. C. English, J. H. Tallent, A. S. Morley and P. L. Mummery; author unnamed, 5 Jul 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.111 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.111-116 'A few points on the serum diagnosis of Typhoid Fever', Serum diagnosis of Typhoid fever by the Widal and Diazo methods.; H. R. D. Spitta, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.117 'The Student's Seven Ages', Poem; R. G. A., 4 Oct 1901
Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.117-118 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.118-122 'School Notes', Appointment of Sir William Bennett as Surgeon to His Majesty [Edward VII], Resignation of Dr Owen, Return of Dr Rolleston from South Africa, Resignation of Dr Drake-Brockman, Building works at St George's including new squash court, Disposal of old books from the library, Recent drop in subscriptions to the hospital.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.122-123 'Appointments', Conferral of Knighthood on Mr William Henry Bennett, and Mr John Hammond Morgan, Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.123-124 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of University of London, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.124-125 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Reports of recent service in South African war; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.126 'Prizes', William Brown Exhibition and Webb Prize to T. C. English, Pollock Prize to A. Manuel, Sir Charles Clarke's Prize to C. M. Heanley.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.126 'Births', A daughter to H. M. Vernon, a son to Leonard Avery, a son to W. Mansell Woodhouse, a son to J. A. Churchill, a son to Frederic W. Hewitt.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.126 'Marriage', George Tristam Watson to Dorothy Nora Rankin.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901
Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.126 'Death', R. C. Shettle aged 77 years.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.127 'Reviews', A Manual of Medicine by W. H. Alchin, Lessons on Massage by M. D. Palmer, Fifteenth edition of Gray's Anatomy by T. Pickering Pick and R. Howden.; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901

Vol IX. Issue 7. pp.128 'House Officers', Oct-Dec 1901; author unnamed, 4 Oct 1901
Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.129 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.129-137 'The Value of Accuracy of Observation and Description in the Practice of Medicine and Surgery', The Value of Accuracy of Observation and Description in the Practice of Medicine and Surgery. Text of a paper read at the Hunterian Society.; A. M.[Marmaduke] Shield, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.137-139 'Squash Rackets', Account of the nature of the game of Squash Rackets.; H. E. S. T., 8 Nov 1901
Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.139 'The Pathological Museum', Report of the third exhibit of Pathological specimens , Dr Fenton, Dr Trevor, List of 18 specimens exhibited.; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.140-143 'School Notes', Introductory Address on 1 Oct 1901 given by Dr P. W. Latham, Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Some points on the surgery of the ear by Mr W. F. Fedden, Recent building work, Prize giving by Lord Alverstone, author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.144 'Football', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901
Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.144-145 'St George's Hospital Medical School', List of Exibitioners and Prizemen, Oct 1901.; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.145-147 'Reviews', Diseases of the Rectum by W. Allingham and H. W. Allingham, The A. B. C. of Bridge by Eleanor A. Tennant; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.147 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.148 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of Universities of Cambridge and Durham and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901

Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.148 'Birth', A son to H. D. Rolleston; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901
Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.148 'Marriages', Arthur Avent to Kate Hurd Nock, A. J. Pickthorn to Florence Ridings; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901
Vol IX. Issue 8. pp.148 'Death', Edward Harriman Dickinson on 10 Oct 1901 aged 57.; author unnamed, 8 Nov 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.Facing page 149 'Isambard Owen', Photograph of Isambard Owen; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.149 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.149 'Dr Owen', Biography of Dr [Isambard] Owen, currently Dean of the Medical School.; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.150-155 'With the Stethoscope to Pretoria', Account of recent experiences in the South African War.; H. D. Rolleston, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.155-158 'A Few points on the serum diagnosis of Typhoid Fever', A Few Points on the Serum Diagnosis of Typhoid Fever (concluded0; H. R. D. Spitta, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.158-159 'The Poet and the Editors', Poem; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.159 'The Golf Club', Report of a recent committee meeting of the Golf Club; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.160-163 'School Notes', Report of the recent annual smoking concert, Formation of the new Golf Club, Recent Meetings of the Hunterian society, Clinical Cases, Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis by Dr Latham, Closure of the Atkinson Morley Convalescent Hospital, which opened in 1869, because of unsafe plasterwork, New edition of St George's directory due in 1902, ; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.163-164 'The Amalgamation Club', Report of the General Meeting of the Amalgamation club, banning of smoking in the luncheon room until 2 p.m., ; P. F. T {, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.164-165 'Football', All rugby matches scratched for the rest of the academic year because of difficulties raising a team. Report of recent fixtures of the association football club.; D. B. and H. G. S. C., 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.165 'Questions and Answers', Satirical Article.; Loto Roto', 6 Dec 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.166-167 'Reviews', A Practical Guide to the Administration of Anaesthetics by R. J. Probyn-Williams, Clinical Pathology and Histology by T. Strangeways Pigg, Elements of Practical Medicine by A. H. Carter, The Pocket Gray by C. H. Fagge.; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.167 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.167 'Examination Results', Examination result of Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901
Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.167 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.168 'Deaths', Henry Sutherland on 19 Nov 1901 aged 59, Humphrey Warring Howard on 25 Nov 1901.; author unnamed, 6 Dec 1901

Vol IX. Issue 9. pp.168 'Obituary', Obituary of Humphrey Warring Howard died 25 Nov 1901.; P. F. Tinne, E. H. B. Oram and V. H. Blake., 6 Dec 1901

Vol X. 'Index of Volume X', author unnamed
Vol X. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.1-11 'Some Points in the Surgery of the Ear', Some Points in the Surgery of the Ear. Text of a paper read to the Hunterian Society.; W. F. Fedden, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.12-13 'Football', Results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.13-14 'Registrars' Statistics', Review of the Statistics for 1901 listing numbers of patients admitted, medical and surgical, numbers of deaths, numbers of autopsies performed with comparisons for all preceding years back to 1891.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.15-17 'School Notes', Publication of new St George's Directory for 1902, Curvature of the spine attributed to vaccinia vaccination by the mother of a patient, Physicians now wearing White Coats while working within the hospital,; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.18 'Reviews', The British Optical Journal, The Urine by H. A. Husband, Handbook of Public Health by John Orr, Wellcome's Photographic Exposure Record and Diary for 1902.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.20 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.20-21 'Examination Results', Recent examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons, Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.21 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.22 'Births', A daughter to G. W. Drabble, a daughter to F. A. Mills, a sone to F. A. Phillips.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 1. pp.22 'Marriage', F. B. Zimmerman to Ethel Marian Watling.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902
Vol X. Issue 1. pp.22 'Death', Frederick Wildbore on 26 Nov 1901, aged 79 years.; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902
Vol X. Issue 1. pp.22 'House Officers', House Officers for Jan to Apr 1902; author unnamed, 10 Jan 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.Facing page 23 'Phases in the Life Cycle of the Malignant Parasite', Photographs of the life cycle of the Malaria parasite by Dr Spitta.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.23 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.23-27 'A Case of Pernicious Malarial Fever.', A Case of Pernicious Malarial Fever. Report of a recent case admitted to Hope Ward in Nov 1901. Contracted in Reading, California. Diagnosed by Dr Patrick Manson, A short account of the morphology of the malignant parasite.; Harold R. D. Spitta, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.27-28 'Father William', Poem satirising various members of the senior staff in the style of Lewis Carroll.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.29-32 'A Visit to Biskra', A Visit to Biskra via Algiers.; C. S., 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.33 'St George's Hospital Pathological Laboratory', Agreement to institute a department of pathology and bacteriology, work to be supervised by Dr Harold Spitta, Dr Rolleston and Dr Slater. Proposed fee of half a guinea for ordinary examinations with higher fees for more complex ones.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.33 'Valentines', Lighthearted article suggesting appropriate Valentine messages for various departments and staff.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.34-35 'Dr Lazarus-Barlow', Report of the loss of the left arm of the pathologist, Dr Lazarus Barlow, following the pathological examination of a patient with septic peritonitis.; G. H. G., 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.35-37 'The Nurses' Entertainment', Report of the recent nurses' Entertainments on 9-10 Jan 1902 with full programme.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.37-41 'School Notes', Visit of Princess Christian to the Hospital 15 Jan 1902 including a demonstration of the Rontgen apparatus [Xrays], Delay in publication of new directory, Pathological reference laboratory for old St George's men [to allow them to send specimens from outside the hospital for examination], Appointment of S. Vere Pearson ot post of Medical Registrar, Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Debate 'There is too great a tendency to specialization in the practice of Medicine and Surgery', The Theoretical Basis of Treatment by Mr C. J. N. Longridge, Lack of attendance of students in the Dissecting room caused by reduced entry and changed Conjoint examination requirements, Maclise Anatomical plates in dissecting room, meeting of new Complaints Committee, Gift of a framed engraving of the John Hunter Picture by A. D. McCormick to the Squash Rackets club as a prize; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.41-42 'Football', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902
Vol X. Issue 2. pp.42 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.43 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.43 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.43-44 'Obituaries', Obituaries of Charles Roberts, died 31 Dec 1901, Thomas Hyde Hills died 2 Jan 1902 aged 50 years; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.44 'BIrths', A daughter to George Walker, a daughter to E. L. Hunt.; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 2. pp.44 'Deaths', Thomas Hyde Hills on 2 Jan 1902 aged 50 years, John Taylor on 11 Jan 1902 aged 84, Charles Roberts on 31 Dec 1901; author unnamed, 7 Feb 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.Facing page 45 'Timgad', Photographs of Timgad [to accompany article on A Visit to Biskra]; author unnamed,
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.45 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.45-48 'A Visit to Biskra', A Visit to Biskra (concluded). Including visit to Timgad.; C. S., 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.48-53 'With the Naval Brigade in North China', With the Naval Brigade in North China. Report of events between 8-14 Jun 1900 [during the Boxer Rebellion]; E.[Edward] B. P.[Pickering], 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.54 ''Eyes"', Poem; M.T., 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.55-57 'The Smoking Concert', Report of the recent smoking Concert with full programme.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.57 'The Golf Club', Report and results or recent tournament; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.57-58 'Chess Club Notes', Report and results of recent matches; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.58-59 'Football', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.59-61 'School Notes', Visit of Prince and Princess of Wales to the School on 8 Feb 1902, Formation of the Hospital Work Society to provide patient clothing while on the wards and on leaving hospital, reopening of Atkinson Morley Convalescent Home in Mar 1902, Completion of Mr Dent's Patient Shelter in the centre of the Garden, Clinical evening of the Hunterian Society, Arrangements for reception of visitors viewing the Coronation processions from empty wards with students accommodated on the roof; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.62 'Lawn Tennis Club', Report of AGM; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.62-63 'The Antiseptic Properties of Chinosol', The Antiseptic Properties of Chinosol. Reports of experiments on the efficacy of this antiseptic.; J. Wray Mercer, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.64 'Appointments etc', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.64 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.65 'Birth', A daughter to Dr Llewellyn Powell.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.65 'Marriage', Alexander William Grieg to Winifred Dixon.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.65 'Death', Nina Mairon Powell, wife of Dr Llewellyn Powell, aged 28.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902
Vol X. Issue 3. pp.65 'Squash Racket Court', Accounts of the Building of the Squash Rackets court.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 3. pp.66 'Coronation Procession', Table of Costs for visitors wishing to view the Coronation Procession from Stands, Balconies and Wards. Proceeds to fund general work of the hospital.; author unnamed, 12 Mar 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.Facing page 67 'C. T. Dent.', Photograph of C. T. Dent [taken by Mr Dent himself]; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.67 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.67 'Mr Dent', Biography of Mr C [Clinton] T. Dent. Assistant Surgeon and Treasurer of the Medical School.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.68-71 'In the Solomon Islands.', Account of a trip to the Solomon Islands in 1901.; G. Lucas, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.72-73 'Nursery Rhymes for Medical School Children', Medical Parodies of Nursery Rhymes ; F. H. , 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.74 'Rugby Football Club', Report of the AGM ; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.74 'Association Football Club', Report of the AGM; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.74-75 'The Hunterian Society', Dinner of the Hunterian Society held at the Trocadero 21 Mar 1902.; Nemo, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.76-79 'School Notes', Comment on portrait of Mr Dent which was taken by Mr Dent himself, Publication of Hospital Directory in Apr 1902, New Photo-micrographical laboratory funded by Mr Pierce Duncombe, Governor of the Hospital, Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Some points on the Pathology of the Pancreas by Dr Trevor, Toxines by Mr A. J. Jex-Blake, Rugby Football club to give up rented ground at Merton Park, Building of new dark room for X-Ray photographs for Mr Addyman, Reopening of Atkinson Morley Convalescent home but with closure of the male side due to a small pox case, Old library books put out for sale during the Easter vacation.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.79-80 'The Golf Club', Report and results or recent tournament.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.80 'The Graphic Society', Forthcoming AGM and exhibition of the Graphic Society 3-7 Jun 1902.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.80-81 'Correspondence', Indian Medical Service from I. M. S.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.81-82 'Reviews', Bacteriological Diagnosis for Practitioners by W D'Este, Botany, Catechism series.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.82-83 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of the University of London and Cambridge, Royal College of Physicians, Apothecaries and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.83 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.84 'Prizes', Award of recent Prizes; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.84 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.84 'Birth', A daughter to Gilbert H. Ransome; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.84 'Death', Ada Beatrice Coombes, former Assistant Matron, F. A. Phillips 19 Mar 1902 aged 30, Edward Long Fox 28 Mar 1902, aged 70, Bonville Bradley Fox 2 Apr 1902 aged 49, J. C. Penny 3 Apr 1902 aged 72, H. M. Macpherson 4 Apr 1902 aged 82; author unnamed, 1 May 1902

Vol X. Issue 4. pp.85-86 'Obituary', Obituaries of Edward Long Fox and Bonville Bradley Fox; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 4. pp.86 'House Officers', House Officers Apr to Jul 1902.; author unnamed, 1 May 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.87 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.87-91 'In the Solomon Islands.', In the Solomon Islands (concluded); G. Lucas, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.91-94 'The Ideal Anaesthetic', Poem; J.B. , 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.94 'Famous St George's Men', Famous St George's Men, William Wasey 1691-1757.; George C. Peachey, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.96 'Lawn Tennis Club', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.96-97 'Athletic Club', AGM and Notice of Annual Meeting at Stamford Bridge to be held on 18 Jun 1902; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.97-98 'Rowing Club', Report and results of recent events; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.98-102 'School Notes', Amateur Production of 'The Toreador' to be given on 12-14 Jun at the Royal Court Theatre in aid of the funds of the Hospital, directed by Lawrence Grossmith, The importance of the study of the History of Medicine, Comparison of pathological specimens with items of fruit or vegetables, Antiseptic properties of Chinosol, Construction of the staging of the seating for the Coronation procession with closure of the front wards, ; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.102-103 'Chinosol as a Disinfectant', Response to the previous work by Dr Mercer published in the Gazette X. 3 62-63 from Mr B Kuhn of the Chinosol Hygeinic Co. with exerpts of work by Dr E Klein and Mr C. A. Hill.; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.103-104 'Correspondence', Role of the clubs at St George's from S. H. N., ; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.104-15 'Reviews', Tuberculosis, Essay by S. A. Knopf, Mentioned in Despatches, South African War 1899-1902, The Causes of Death among the Assured in the Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance Society from 1874-1894 by Claud Muirhead, A Manual of Surgical Treatment by W. Watson Cheyne.; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.106 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations fothe Universities of Cambridge and Durham, the Royal College of Surgeons, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.107 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.107 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902

Vol X. Issue 5. pp.108 'Prize ', The Brackenbury Prize in Medicine awarded to E. W. Dewey.; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.108 'Birth', A daughter to H. R. Mansell.; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 5. pp.108 'Marriage', C. E. Last to Grace Bevington Jarvis; author unnamed, 6 Jun 1902
Vol X. Issue 6. pp.109 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902
Vol X. Issue 6. pp.109-114 'Four Days on a Tropical Island', Illustrated article with drawings about a visit to the West Indes.; G. E. O. and P. L. M., 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.114-115 'The Poor Anaesthetist!', Poem; F. H. , 16 Jul 1902
Vol X. Issue 6. pp.115-117 '"O.-P.'S."', Satirical Article about Out Patients.; A.F.D., 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.118 'The Sports', Report of the Annual Meeting of the Athletic Club, Stamford Bridge, 18 Jun ; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.119-120 'The Graphic Society', Report of the Annual Exhibition of the Graphic Society, 4-7 Jun 1902. Photographs by Mr [Clinton] Dent, Mr Barwell. Other exhibits by Mr R. A. G. Penny, Mr Mercer, Mr Ellis, Mr Tinne, Mr Taylor, Dr Muir, Mr Manning, A.S. Bradley, Dr F. D. Drewitt, Dr Dakin, Mr Mummery, Major Hussey, Mr S. G. Penny. The exhibition included watercolours by Mr E. A. Wilson from the Voyage of the Discovery including two seascapes entitled 'Roaring Forties' and two sunset skies; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.120-122 'Lawn Tennis Club', Report and results of recent matches.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.122-125 'School Notes', Delay to the King's Coronation leading to cancellation of the viewing from the hospital but most of the subscribers to seats donated all or some of the money to the Hospital, Lectures on Forensic Medicine given by Dr Maurice Craig, Review of recent appointments and resignations, Progress of installation of electric light in the hospital.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.125 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London, Royal College of Surgeons, Society of Apothecaries; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.126 'Coronation Honours', Award of Baronetcy to Sir Francis Laking and Knighthood to Dr Isambard Owen.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.126 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.126-127 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.127 'Prizes', Brackenbury Prize in Medicine and Treasurer's Prize awarded to I. C. Hunt.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.127 'Births', A son to E. Kaye Le Fleming, A daughter to G. Francis Smith.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902
Vol X. Issue 6. pp.127 'Death', Edmund Delafosse Bond, House Physician aged 28, of scarlet fever.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.128-129 'Obituary', Obituaries of Hugh Martin Macpherson, Inspector General of Hospitals and Hospital Governor. Edmund Delafosse Bond, House Physician, Died 1 Jul 1902 of Scarlet Fever.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 6. pp.130 'House Officers', House Officers Jul- Oct 1892.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902
Vol X. Issue 6. pp.130 'Editorial Notice, Etc.', List of Publications received in previous year from other medical schools.; author unnamed, 16 Jul 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.Facing Page 131 'Photograph of William H. Bennett', Photograph of William H. Bennett; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.131 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.131 'Sir W. H. Bennett, K. C. V. O.', Biography of Sir William Bennett, At St George's from 1869-1900, previously Demonstrator of Anatomy, Assistant Surgeon from 1880, Surgeon from 1887, Teacher of Histology, Practical Surgery, Lecturer on Anatomy and Surgery.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.132-135 'The Pierse-Duncombe Laboratory', The New Pierse-Duncombe Photo Micrographical Laboratory funded by Mr Pierse-Duncombe. Details of Zeiss Photographic and Microscope equipment and its' configuration and specifications. ; Harold R. D. Spitta, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.135 'A Case of Acute Tetanus', Report of a case of acute tetanus following the fall of a police constable, A. H. through a skylight. Treated surgically and with anti-tetanus serum. Post mortem performed after death.; E.J.D.T., 1 Oct 1902
Vol X. Issue 7. pp.137-138 'The New Scheme of House Office', Job description, specifications and duties of House Officers. Introduction of a scheme of House Officers with 6 month appointments for House Surgeons or House Physicians but 18 months if the posts are combined.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.138-139 'On Examinations', Satirical article on the links between the content of examinations and textbooks.; Aratus, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.139-140 'The Golf Club', Results of Summer Tournament; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.140 'Annual Exhibition of Pathological Specimens in the Museum', Exhibition of specimens added to the Pathological Museum during the year. Decrease in number due to the decrease in deaths. List of diagnoses of 12 most notable specimens added. Exhibition accompanied by photo-micrographs from the specimens prepared in the new Pierse-Duncombe laboratory.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.141 'The Shooting Club', Result of a recent Inter-Hospital Challenge Cup, 17 Jul, held at Bisley.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.141-145 'School Notes', Award of Essay Prize from the King to Dr Arthur Latham and Mr William West (architect) on Sanitoria for the treatment of pthisis (Consumption)[Tuberculosis], Committee set up to encourage public donations to the Hospital, Redecoration of the Cottage and the Wards during the summer and installataion of electric light, the creation of pathological testing rooms adjacent to some wards, the acoustics for singing of the bathrooms in the Cottage, Poor performance of Soccer and Rugby clubs, Next meeting of the Hunterian Society with Dr Hewitt reading a paper on 'The Prevention of Accidents during Anaesthetisation', Provision for Sisters and Nurses to view the Coronation Procession on 9 Aug 1902, ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.145-146 'The Hunterian Society', Forthcoming meetings of the Hunterian Society. 1902 'The Prevention of Accidents during Anaesthetisation' by Dr F. Hewitt, 'The Treatment of Disease by Exercises, Active and Passive' by Dr H. A. Des Voeux, 'The Differential Diagnosis between Croupous and Catarrhal Pneumonia in Infants' by Dr S. Vere Pearson, 'Materia Medica in Medical Practice by Dr T. G. Nicholson, 1903 'The Consequences of Oral Sepsis' by N. G. Bennett, 'The Medical Complications of Surgical Cases' by B. N. Tebbs, 'The Treatment of Compound Fractures' by L. Jones.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.146-148 'Reviews', A Manual of Surgical Treatment by W. Watson Cheyne and F. F. Burghard part VI, A Text-Book of Insanity by Charles Mercier, Notes on Medicine by W. D. Woodburn, Christian Science, Medicine and Occultism by Albert Moll.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.148 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services including Royal College of Physicians. ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.149 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of the University of London, Apothecaries and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.149 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services including Major T. V. Lavie mentioned in Despatches from General Kitchener. ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.150 'Births', A son to F. B. Thompson, A daughter to F. S. Tidcombe, a daughter to George Trustram Watson.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.150 'Deaths', 21 Jul 1902, F. A. N. Bateman aged 51, 6 Aug 1902, Edmund Thornton Henery aged 82.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 7. pp.150 'House Officers', Oct-Dec 1902; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.Facing Page 151 'Photograph of Our Anaesthetists.', Photograph of Frederic William Hewitt, Henry Menzies, Joseph Blumfield, Llewelyn Powell.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.151 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.151 'Our Anaestetists', Biographies of Frederic William Hewitt, Henry Menzies, Joseph Blumfield, Llewelyn Powell, Anaesthetists.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.152-161 'The Prevention of Accidents during Anaesthetisation', Text of a Paper read to the Hunterian Society, 9 Oct 1902, by Dr Frederic Hewitt; Dr Frederic Hewitt, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.161 'A Letter from Somaliland', Experiences in Somaliland.; R. E. Drake-Brockman [corrected in School notes X.9, p193], 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.162 'Football', Results of Recent Fixtures.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.162-165 'The Finsen Light Treatment', Report of the Treatment of Lupus Vulgaris and diseases of the Skin by concentrated Light following a visit to the London Hospital.; T. Crisp English, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.166-171 'School Notes', Silver Coronation Medal awarded to Mr Allingham, Resignation of Sir Isambard Owen as Dean of the Medical School, and Mr Dent as Treasurer. Appointment of Dr Latham and Mr Jaffrey to Joint posts of Dean and Treasurer, Report of the first meeting of St George's men to discuss methods of obtaining more funding from the public because of a falloff in annual subscriptions, Presentation of Prizes on 30 Oct 1902 by Earl Roberts, Report of recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Installation of the Telephone into the Porter's Lodge, ; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.171 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Conjoint Board, University of Durham and Society of Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.172 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.172 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.172 'Correspondence', Appeal for the Updating of the Hospital Pharmacopoeia; Pharmacopoeia', 12 Nov 1902
Vol X. Issue 8. pp.173 'Births', A daughter to E. S. B. Eames, a daughter to J. Stafford Mellish.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902
Vol X. Issue 8. pp.173 'Marriage', Capt. Cecil Stuart Barry to Dorothea Alice Maud De Courcy-Ireland; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902
Vol X. Issue 8. pp.174 'Deaths', George Arthur Barr, 10 Oct 1902 aged 48, John Wray Mercer, 31 Oct 1902 aged 29; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.174-175 'St George's Hospital Medical School', List of Exibitioners and Prizemen, Oct 1902.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.175 'In Memoriam', Obituary of John Wray Mercer, died 31 Oct 1902 at St George's Hospital of Typhoid.; S. H. N., 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 8. pp.176 'Notices, Etc.', List of Publications received in previous year from other medical schools.; author unnamed, 12 Nov 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.177 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.177-179 'Looking Back', Looking Back, A Breath of Ozone, Lighthearted review of the benefits of Swimming and Bathing including Sun bathing.; Robert Barnes., 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.180-187 'The Treatment of Disease by Exercises, Active and Passive.', Text of a Paper read to the Hunterian Society by Dr H. A. Des Voeux.; Dr H. A. Des Voeux, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.187-188 'The Amalgamation Club', Report of the A.G.M. of the Amalgamation Club, 2 Nov 1902. Issues with smoking in the Luncheon Room.; P. F. T., 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.188-189 'Association Football Club', Report of recent fixtures; R. R. J., 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.189-194 'School Notes', Dr Hewitt admitted as member of Fourth Class of the Victorian Order 'presumably for his services in connection with the operation on the King', Report of the First Annual Meeting of the St George's Hospital Work Society which provided clothing for patients on leaving the hospital, Report that there was no Financial loss to the Hospital following the postponement of the Coronation procession as most subscribers to seats donated some or all of the fee leading to an income of £7,996, Report of a small fire on McCalmont Ward dealt with by the Fire Brigade and caused by the ignition of two wooden beams situated directly beneath the recently rebuilt concrete grate, The adoption of Waterproof boots into the Operating Theatre by Mr Dent for himself and his staff including the sister during operations, including a poem 'Mr Dent's Dresser to his Boots', Lack of students in Anatomical Department for preparation of specimens, correction of the author's name for R. E. from H. G. Drake Brockman in the Letter from Somaliland in issue X. 9. p161, disparity between rewards for various medical appointments and the work performed.; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.195 'Correspondence', Note that the Gazette has now been published for 10 years.; A. P., 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.195-197 'Reviews', A Practitioner's Guide, Longmans, Green and Co, The Selection of Consumptive Cases for Sanatorium Treatment by T. N. Kelynack, Elementary Text-Book of Zoology by Arthur T. Masterman, Receipt of New All Glass Aseptic Hypodermic Syringes from Burroughs, Wellcome and Co, including a drawing of the equipment.; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.197-198 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, the Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.198 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.199 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.199 'Deaths', Lennox Browne, 2 Nov 1902 aged 62, Charles William Chubb, 17 Nov 1902 aged 82, Edward Dickinson, born 1814 died 1902.; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

Vol X. Issue 9. pp.200 'List of House Officers', Jan-Apr 1903; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902
Vol X. Issue 9. pp.200 'Notices, Etc.', Instructions for communications with the Gazette; author unnamed, 17 Dec 1902

St George's Hospital Gazette, volumes I - III

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.1-2 'Introduction', Aims of publication; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.3-5 'Reminiscences', Reminiscences of Senior Physician from 1851; Kinnerton Street School; Lane's school Tattersall's Yard; Keate; Caesar Hawkins; Cutler; Tatum; Henry Charles Johnson; James Arthur Wilson; Nairne; Page; Bence Jones ; W. Howship Dickinson, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.6-7 'Phagocytosis', Description of Phagocytosis; Work of Metchnikoff; Chemotaxis; H.D. Rolleston, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.8-9 'School Notes', Request for submissions; Conduct of recent examinations; Amalgamation club finances, Tennis courts; Entry to Henley regatta; Graphic society deficit; Graphic society exhibition; Smoking Concert; Patient's Christmas entertainments; Number if students joining; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.10-11 'Graphic Society', Third Graphic Society exhibition of art and photographs; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.11-12 'By Land and Water', Review of performance of sports teams and clubs; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.12-13 'Medical Notes', Prevalence of cases seen on wards; Acute rheumatism; Chorea; Typhoid Fever; Renal disease; Infantile paralysis; Aneurism; Diabetes; Cardiac Murmurs; ; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.13-14 'Surgical Notes', Operation on the Brain: Mr Pick: Brain Tumour; Syphilis; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.14 'Marriage', Hugh Lawson to Sarah Alice Roberts; 26 Oct 1892; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.15 'Hunterian Society', 10 Nov 1892; Operations on the Kidney; Herbert Allingham; Hydronephrosis; Nephrolithotomy; Strumous Pyelitis; ; Anon, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.15-16 'Examination results', Examination results October 1892. Parts I, III; Entrance scholarships; Part 1 FRCS; author not named, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 1. pp.16 'Football ', Rugby Union and Association results; Oct-Nov 1892; author not named, 1 Dec 1892

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.17 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.17-20 'Reminiscences', Reminiscences of Senior Physician from 1851; Dr Sir Henry Pitman; Cholera; Dr Robert Lee; Nairne; Page; [James Arthur] Wilson; Chambers; Seymour; W. Howship Dickinson, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.20-24 'Some Points in Hypnotism', Review of the practice of Hypnotism; Anon, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.24-26 'Laudanum Drinking in Lincolnshire', Laudanum Drinking in Lincolnshire; G. Rayleigh Vicars, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.26 'Hunterian Society', Dr Lee Dickinson; Pneumococcal pericarditis; Dr Remfry; Chloroform in Labour; ; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.26 'Birth', Son to Dr Richard Emmett; 26 Nov 1892; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.26 'In Weeks', 4 Jan 1893- 25 Jan 1893; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.27-29 'School Notes', Winter Winds inside the Hospital; Mr Cote's Health; Football club high festival 10 Dec 1892; Geoffrey Hale; C Barry; Leslie Romer; F Bury; Sales figures of first Gazette; Rowing teams; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.29-32 'In the Wards', A Case for Diagnosis; Pneumonia; Operation for Perforated Gastric Ulcer; Dr Lee Dickinson; Operation for Umbelical Hernia; Mr Dent; An Interesting Consultation; Mr Bennett; Gastrostomy; Oesophagostomy; Two Rare Cases; Dislocation of the Thumb; Mr Hayward: Luxation of the Shoulder Joint; Mr Arthur H Ward attending Lock Hospital; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.33-34 'Correspondence', A Matter of Opinion; Numbers per term from J.B.; Just Cause for complaint; Difficulties with probationers from Hospital Nurse; Patients' entertainments from Vox Humana; A Debating Society from W.E.G.;; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.34 'Hunterian Society Meetings', Upcoming dates in Jan 1893; Anon, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.35 'Vesperascente Caelo', A Sonnet ; T.P., 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.35 'Examination results', Cambridge M.B. Parts II and III; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.35 'Changes in Lectures', Dr Whipham; Dr Cavafy;; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.35 'Football results', None reported; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.36 'Books Received', Textbooks received from H. K. Lewis; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 2. pp.36 'Notices', Communication with Gazette; Publication frequency and price; Subscriptions to Gazette; author not named, 6 Jan 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.37 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.37-41 'The Men of my Time', Discussion of Photograph of Dissecting Room [27 Mar 1860], Kinnerton Street; Joseph Langhorn; Professor Partridge; Mr Pollock; Dr Henry Gray; Mr Athol Johnstone; Dr Noad; Dr Dickinson; Dr Cecil Hastings; Dr Henry Charles Johnson; Mr Holmes; Mr Rouse; Teaching of Anatomy; ; T. Pickering Pick, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.42-45 'Some Points in Hypnotism', II: Review of the practice of Hypnotism; Anon, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.45-47 'A Water Stampede', Experience of Cattle Stampede in Colorado, Texas;; J. Stafford Mellish, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.48-50 'School Notes', Football record; Nurses' and patients entertainments; Hospital repairs; Opening of wards; Discussion of early lecture times; Large Theatre Clock inscription; Good results in Surgery and Medicine exams Jan 1893; ; Anon, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.50-51 'A Footbal Fiasco', Discussion of recent poor rugby football results; Anon, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.51-53 'In the Wards', Operation on Gastric Ulcer; Mr Hayward; Dr Lee Dickinson; Reopening of Fitzwilliam Ward; Operations on Hernias; Mr Bennett; Operation on suppuration of Mastoid cells and Lateral sinus; Mr Pick; Operation on Pulsating tumour of the head; Mr Frost; Mules' operation; Three Opthalmic cases; Mr Frost; author not named, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.55-56 'Correspondence', Inscription on Lecture room clock from T Holmes; Debating society by Dilemma; Probationer by Ex-probationer;; author not named, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.56 'Hunterian Society's Meetings', Upcoming dates in Feb 1893; author not named, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 3. pp.56 'Old World Wisdom', Medical homilies; author not named, 1 Feb 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.57 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.57-62 'The Men of my Time', Discussion of Photograph of Dissecting Room [27 Mar 1860]; Mr Langhorn; George Pooley Cotton; Scholfield Patten; Athol Johnstone; Mr Pollock; James Whiting; S.J.F. Bullen; J.E. Cartwright; Cecil Hastings; William Hope; ; Edward Kaye Smith; F.W. Axham; Dr Dickinson; Mr Holmes; George B. Brodie; John Tepper; Nathaniel Lloyd; Baber; W.H. Sheppee; John Waters; Mr Henry Gray; C.A. Atkins; John Wilkins Williams; Tomlinson; Pigott; ; T. Pickering Pick, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.62-65 'Some Points in Hypnotism', III: Review of the Practice of Hypnotism ; H.E. Wingfield, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.65-69 'Private Practices and Partnerships', Pros and Cons of private practice in combination with resident or GP/Clinical appointments and higher qualifications; F.R.C.S., 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.69 'Graphic Society', Notice of forthcoming exhibition in May ; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.70-72 'School Notes', Amalgamation Club subscriptions; G.A. Clarkson; Aims and Objectives of lectures; Junior Staff Accommodation move to the Cottage; Reconfiguration of Offices and Wards; Lecture Room Clock inscription; Proposed Debating society;; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.72-73 'In the Wards', Mr Pick; Sarcoma of Buttock; Mr Bennett: Case of Endarteritis; Mr Rouse; Case of Gangrene of the feet; Mr Bennett; Inferior Dental nerve operation; Dr Dickinson; Two cases of enlarged lymphoid glands; Case of Bronchiectasis; Case of Congenital Syphilis; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.73-74 'The Hunterian Society', Reports of Meeting; Mr Ward; Dressings; ; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.74 'Dr F. Hewitt's paper', Notification of paper on The Administration of Anaesthetics;; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.74 'New Lamps for old', Exchange of old for new issues of the Gazette; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.74 'A Warning to Subscribers', Editions will not be reprinted; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.75 'Rugby Union Football Club', Report of special General meeting; February results; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.75-76 'Correspondence', Football Fiasco from An old Captain, second XV; Test Examinations from Nec Omnisciens Nec Omnino Nesciens; Ultra Vires, Complaints about lavatories and cloakrooms from X;; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 4. pp.76 'Examination results', Indian Medical; author not named, 10 Mar 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.77 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.77-83 'The Practice of Medicine at St George's Hospital Forty Years ago', 1852-1854; Drs Wilson, Page, Bence Jones and Pitman; Thomas Young, Notes of 145 cases; Blood letting, Cupping and Blisters; Treatment of Typhoid Fever; Treatment of Pneumonia; Treatment of Acute Rheumatism; ; W. Howship Dickinson, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.83 'In Weeks', 3rd May - 31st May; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.84-89 'Private Practices and Partnerships', Cost and Financial rewards of Medical qualifications and General practice; Medical Partnerships; ; F.R.C.S., 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.89 'Examination results', Conjoint Board; Henry Charles Johnson Anatomy Prize; The Brodie Prize; Third Examination for MB Cambridge; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.90-91 'School Notes', April Examination Results; Discussion with His Grace of Westminster on structural alterations to the hospital; Loan of Hunterian relics to the Royal College of Surgeons for Centenary exhibition including Sofa; Retirement of Mr and Mrs McCalla, butler and housekeeper; Request for communications to be signed; Change of nomenclature for new House Physicians and Surgeons; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.91-92 'In the Wards', Mr Dent; Strangulated Meckel's diverticulum; Mr Carter; Enucleation for Sarcoma of the Eye; Death due to ureteric calculi;; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.92-93 'The Hunterian Society', Lee Dickinson's Paper, On the prevention of Heart Disease; ; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.93-94 'Dr F. Hewitt's paper', Discussion of Dr F Hewitt's paper, The Prevention of Difficulties and Accidents during the Administration of Anaesthesia; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.94 'Malaria', Discussion of textbook ' Notes on the Malarial Fevers' by W.H. Crosse; Anon, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.95-96 'Correspondence', The Proposed Debating Society from Dilemma; ; author not named, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.96 'Graphic Society', Notice of forthcoming exhibition in May ; Charles Slater, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 5. pp.96 'Correspondence', Request for publication of details of Nurses leaving SGH in Gazette; A St George's Nurse, 10 May 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.97 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.97-101 'The Practice of Medicine at St George's Hospital Forty Years ago', Treatment of Liver disease with Mercury; Treatment of Haemoptysis with Magnesium Sulphate; Treatment of Cholera with calomel; Post mortems on cholera cases; Dr Lee Dickinson; Dr Barclay; Comparison of Mortality rates between 1851-1854 and 1888-1891: Continued Fever [?Typhus] Pneumonia; Acute and subacute Rheumatism; Typhoid; Typhus; ; W. Howship Dickinson, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.102-108 'Private Practices and Partnerships', Setting up of General Practice and Partnerships; Setting of Fees and Bad debts; Social duties within the local community; Handling of personal finances; ; F.R.C.S., 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.108-109 'The Graphic Society', Report of Fourth Exhibition; Dr Dakin; Dr Slater; Dr Drewitt; Mr Dent; Dr Brushfield; Dr Delepine; Surgeon Major Whipple; Mr Coulthard; Mr Bernhardt; Dr Dickinson; Mr Blandford; Dr W.Davis; Mr Ivon Hawes; Mr Propert; Mr G.H. Goldsmith; Mr G.C.B. Hawes; Mr F.J Allen; Mr Bridgman; Mr L. Hale; Dr Brigham; Dr Cavafy: Mr Hughes-Davies; Mr Reginald Thompson; Dr W.H. Davis; Dr John Ogle: Mr Kempson; Dr Drewitt; Mr Russell Wells; Dr Brigham;; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.110 'School Notes', Proposed statue of John Hunter; State of the Hospital Roof; ; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.110-112 'In Memoriam', Charles E.H. Cotes; ; S.S.S., 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.112-114 'In the Wards', A Remarkable Case of Morphia Poisening; Dr Whipham; A case of abdominal Abscess; Dr Dickinson; Mr Rouse: Mr Dent;; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.114 'Society Meetings; The Graphic Society', Financial report: Dr Dickinson; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.114-115 'Society Meetings; Lawn Tennis Club', Financial report ; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.115 'Society Meetings; Library Meeting', Elections to Council; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.115 'Examination results', Cambridge M.B. Third examination; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.115 'Appointments', Appointments of House Surgeons and Physicians, Assistants and Junior Appointments; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 6. pp.116 'Correspondence', Football at St George's from A "Soccer" Man; author not named, 10 Jun 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.117 'Contents ', List of Contents [Title page states 18 June rather than 18 July 1893]; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.117-121 'The Evolution of the George's Man', Types of Students studying at St George's; Anon, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.121-123 'The Indian Medical Service', A review of the career prospects in the Indian Medical Service; S.J. Goldsmith, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.123-125 'A Few Points in Salmon- Lore', Gleaned from a Poacher's Notebook; ; Anon, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.125-126 'Interhospital Boat Races', Report and crew list for Hammersmith to Putney races; 22 June 1893; ; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.126 'The Sports', Report of Annual Sports; 17 June 1893; ; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.126 'Marriage', Ernest Le Cronier Lancaster to Annie Louise Chadborn; 12 July 1893; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.127-130 'School Notes', Dr Whipham's resignation as Dean; Appointment of Dr Isambard Owen as Dean; Appointment of Dr H.D. Rolleston and Dr Marmaduke Shield as Extra Assistant Physician; Resignation of Mr Ross from Demonstrator of Anatomy; Appointment of L. Cutler replacing J.W,Dickson; Retirement of W.H. Cooke and R. L Romer; Proposal for John Hunter memorial; Rowing Four sent to Henley; St George's at United Hospitals Sports; Francis Williams; ; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.130-132 'In the Wards', A Case of Enlargement of the Cranium; Dr Whipham; Hydrocephalus:; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.132 'Correspondence', Old St George's men monopolising the wards; C.R., 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 7. pp.132 'Appointments', Appointments, Prizes and Resignation; author not named, 18 Jul 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.133 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.133-135 'A Benediction of Freshmen', Introduction to St George's for Freshmen: Examination systems for different Medical Qualifications; Methods of Study; ; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.135-139 'Gas and Ether', Review of the practice of Anaesthesia; Arthur H Ward, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.139-140 'The Army Medical Staff', A review of the career prospects in the Army Medical Staff; Surgeon-Lieutenant, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.141-144 'School Notes', Introductory Address to first year students; Review of appointments and resignations; Mr Holmes; The Hunterian Society: Dr Champneys: Annual Hospital Dinner 2 October 1893 attended by Duke of Cambridge; Reproductions of the portrait of John Hunter; Shooting team at Bisley; Changes in Resident staff for October 1893; Poor performance of Soccer football club; ; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.144-147 'In the Wards', Case of Mary MacLennan, sub-pleuric [sub-diaphragmatic] abscess and empyema due to gastric ulcer; Mr Pick; Mr Turner; postmortem by Dr Rolleston 16 September 1893 ; Anon, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.147-148 'Hunterian Society', Report of Lecture; Bacteriology as an aid to Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr Slater; ; Anon, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.148 'A Contribution from an anonymous Contributor on the Former Glories of the Boat Club', Review of old boat club performances in the Hospital cup at Henley in 1841-1845; Anon, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.149 'Rugby Football', Report of matches and performance of Rugby Football Team; C.A. Hill, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.149 'Books Received', Books received from H.K. Lewis; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.149 'Lecture Changes', Lecture time changes for Dr Whipham and Mr Dent; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.150 'Examination results', Conjoint Board; First Second and Third Examinations; Prizes awarded and Scholarships; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.151 'Appointments', Mr Lee Dickinson - Curator of Museum; Mr H.B. Grimsdale - Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.151 'House officers during the Quarter', List of Resident and non Resident House officers and Assitants from October-Dec 1893;; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.152 'Hunterian Society', Programme of Papers from October 1893 to March 1894; Dr Slater; Mr A.H.Ward; Dr Champneys; Dr J.W. Dickson; Dr G.E Hale; Mr H.W, Allingham; Dr W.K. Fyffe; Dr W.M. Davidson; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.152 'Marriages', Charles George Munro to Zella Rattray; Edward Towers Fison to Gertrude Mary King; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 8. pp.152 'Birth', A Son to the wife of Hugh Lawson; author not named, 20 Oct 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.153 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.153- 158 'Reminiscences of my House-Surgeoncy', The Tank Accident in 1876; 3 June 1876; Rupture of the water tank over the patient's lift; Flooding and smoke in Wright and Hollond wards; Mr Kay Shuttleworth; Subsequent death of 2 injured patients; Reports and sketches in newspapers of event; Photographs of tank in hospital collection; ; C.T. Dent, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.158-161 'Tetanus', Pathology and Microbiology of Tetanus; Toxicity of germ free filtrates; Immunity experiments in animals; Anti-Toxin; Treatment of Tetanus; ; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.162 'Hunterian Society', Report of Lectures: Traumatism by Mr A. H. Ward: Uterine Minor Displacements by Dr Champneys; ; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.163-164 'School Notes', Christmas Entertainments: Recent concert in Battersea; Poor performance of Soccer team; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.164-167 'In the Wards', Two cases of Acute Periostitis simulating Rheumatism; Dr Dickinson; Mr Rouse; Case of Ruptured Hydatid; Dr Ewart; Post mortem performed ; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.167-168 'Past Glories of the Boat Club', Report of performance of boat club at Henley Regatta and in Putney 1842; Anon, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.169- 170 'Rugby Football Club', Report of Matches and performance of Rugby Football Team in October and November 1893; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.170 'Birth', A Son to the wife of John Stafford Mellish; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.170 'Marriage', Robert Leslie Romer to Eva Parbury; Charles Atkin Swan to Mary Harriett Blunt;; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.171 'A Microscopic Tragedy', A Poem; J.B., 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.171 'Examination results', Conjoint Board October 1893; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.172 'Correspondence', The House appointments from Gerald R Baldwin: Possible exclusion of London students from House appointments in favour of Oxford and Cambridge students; ; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.173 'Covers for Binding vol 1', Details on how to obtain covers for binding; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 9. pp.174 'Dr Dickinson', Illustration of Dr Dickinson reporduced from the Daily Graphic: Dr Dickinson delivering the Harveian Oration before the Royal College of Physicians 1891; author not named, 20 Nov 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.175 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.175-176 'Volume I. A Retrospect and an Appeal', Review of the first year of publication of the Gazette; Anon, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.176-180 'The Epidemic of Typhoid at Worthing', From a paper read at the Hunterian Society; Dr J.W.Dickson, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.180-182 'Past Glories of the Boat Club', Henley Regatta 1843, St George's Boat Club and Royal Academy Boat Club, First Thames Regatta 1843,; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.182 'Rugby Football Club', Reports of matches and results and fixtures November 1893; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.182 'Examination results', Final MB, London University exam results; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.183 'Eminent St George's Men', No 1, William Howship Dickinson. From a Photograph by Mr Melhuish of Pall Mall; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.185-188 'Some Practical Points in Medical Treatment', History of old medical treatments, bleeding, leeches, treatment of acute rheumatism, typhoid, pneumonia, cirrhosis, hypnotism.; Richard Sisley, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.189-191 'School Notes', Circulation figures, Return to work of Mr Rouse after illness, Resignation of Nurse Wheatley, Cambridge entry figures, Retirement of Dr Dickinson, Appeal for clothes for destitute patients, ; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol I. Issue 10. pp.191-192 'Correspondence', The Tank Accident from Hospital Porters, House appointments from Fairplay, House appointments from A.S.Ransome and J.Nachbar; author not named, 13 Dec 1893

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.1 'Contents ', Listof Contents; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.1-2 'Prologue', Response to Appeal for guarantors. Request for contributions; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.2-7 'Notes on the Ethnology of the British Isles', Anthropological classification by Head type and skin type. Races of the British Isles. ; J.Foster Palmer F.R.Hist.S., 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.7 'The Dr Dickinson Testimonial', Proposed presentation of Testimonial to Dr Dickinson on his retirement; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.8-11 'Tobacco Smoking', History and Health effects of Tobacco smoking; Dr W.L.Dickinson, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.11 'Pulchum in Deforme (A Roundel)', Poem; T.P., 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.12-14 'School Notes', Departure of Mr Cutler. Pathology teaching of Dr Rolleston, Lectures of Mr Dent and Dr Dickinson, Subscriptions, Christmas decorations 1893, Non delivery of letters within the school, Tea for the Patients Dec 1893, Good performance in Second examination in Anatomy and Physiology; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.15-18 'Correspondence', Delivery of Letters in the School from 'Letters', Anatomy teaching from 'Those who were up for Anatomy', Dressers and House Surgeons and Physicians from 'Embroyo', Appointments of Cambridge vs St George's men to posts from Gerald R. Baldwin; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.18 'Examination results', London MB Final, Cambridge MB Third Exam, First and Second Exam of Conjoint board; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.18 'Deaths', Richard Emmett aged 13 months, Arthur Thomas Myers age 42, ; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.19-20 'Our 'Topical'', Humorous exchange between a Youthful physician and a Nurse in the style of a Pantomime; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 11. pp.20 'House officers during the Quarter', January to March 1894; author not named, 20 Jan 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.21 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.21-24 'Alcoholism in Out-Patient Practice', Dealing with Alcoholism in Out-Patient Practice; G. Rayleigh Vicars, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.24-25 'Meckel's Diverticulum', Report of two case studies of Meckel's Diverticulum; G.A.Clarkson, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.25-26 'A Suggestion', The Duties of a Consulting Physician; Richard Sisley, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.26 'The Dr Dickinson Testimonial', Report on the support for the Dr Dickinson testimonial; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.27-28 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings. The Pathology of Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis by Dr Hale, Abdominal Surgery by Mr Herbert Allingham, ; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.28 'A Fable up to Date', Satirical piece; F.R.C.S., 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.29-30 'Rugby Union Football Club', Format of Games in Interhospital cup, Recent results; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.30 'Death ', Joseph L. Dashington aged 56; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.31-33 'High and Lowe. (Beginning with Lowe)', Article about and including photograph of Mr Lowe, Librarian.; Anon, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.33 'In Memoriam', Obituary of Joseph Laurie Dashington, Late Night Porter; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.34-37 'School Notes', Dr Dickinson's last ward round, Response to letter by Embroyo, Debating society, Mr Bennet's clinical lectures, Appointment of Dr Leonard Remfry, List of In-Weeks; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.38 'In the Wards', Case of Acute Pemphigus; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.39 'Correspondence', Bandaging class from H.B.M, Use of phonograph for teaching from Walter Lattey, Letters from the Porters, St Georges, ; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.40 'Examination results', First Examination January 1894, Third Examination January 1894; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 12. pp.40 'Books Received', Orkney, Past and Present by Mr J.Foster Palmer, The use of Anaesthetics in Midwifery by Dr Robert Boxall, A Guide to the Public Medical Services by Surgeon-Major Faulkner; author not named, 20 Feb 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.41 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.41-49 'History of Nursing at St George's Hospital', History of Nursing at St George's Hospital from 1600s to 1789; C.T.Dent, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.50-53 'Notes on the Ethnology of the British Isles', II. The Celtic Races. The Gaels and the Scots; J.Foster Palmer F.R.Hist.S., 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.53-54 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings. Antiseptic treatment of Phthisis by Dr W.K.Fyffe, The influence of the Mind upon the Body in Health and Disease by Dr W.M.Davidson; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.54 'Dr Dickinson Testimonial', Update on the Dr Dickinson Testimonial; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.55-57 'School Notes', Subscriptions, Reading in the Library, Electricity as a remedy, Football Club Smoking Concert, Inter-Hospital cup ties, Nursing Lectures, Bust of John Hunter commissioned from Alfred Gilbert RA, Graphic society exhibition, Dr Ogle appointed as Curator to the Museum, ; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.57-58 'In the Wards', Cases of Aortic Aneurism under Dr Whipham and Dr Ewart; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.59-60 'In Memoriam', Obituary of Surgeon Charles Dickinson R.N. ; V.D., 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 13. pp.60 'Football', Reports of matches with London Scottish and University College Hospital; author not named, 19 Mar 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.61 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.61-71 'History of Nursing at St George's Hospital', History of Nursing at St George's Hospital from 1700s to 1850s; C.T.Dent, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.71-73 'The Dr Dickinson Testimonial', Report of the Dr Dickinson Testimonial on April 10 1894, Attended by Duke of Cambridge, ; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.73-74 'Students' Concert', Report of First student Concert April 5th and 6th; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.74 'In Weeks', May and June 1894; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.75-76 'School Notes', Appointments and Prizes, April Examination results, Dissecting room models, Recently elected Fellows of the Royal College of Physicians, Drs Lee Dickinson and Dr Rolleston; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.76-78 'In the Wards', Treatment of Perforation of Viscera by Laparotomy by Mr Haward, Treatment of Pyloric perforation by Mr Bennett, ; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.78-79 'Rugby Union Football Club', Report of recent fixtures; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.80 'Examination results', First, Second and Final examinations of the Conjoint Board, Cambridge MB and BC Final examinations; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 14. pp.80 'House officers during the Quarter', House Officers April-July 1894; author not named, 16 May 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.81 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.81-82 'The Anatomical Collection', Dissecting room Anatomical Casts, teaching specimens and bones.; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.82-89 'History of Nursing at St George's Hospital', History of Nursing at St George's Hospital from 1820s- 1850s. References to Crimean war and Florence Nightingale; C.T.Dent, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.89-91 'In the Wards', Treatment of Tumours of the Thigh by Mr Haward, Mr Rouse, Sarcoma, Gumma; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.91-94 'Parasitic Protozoa', Pathology and Microbiology of Parasitic Diseases; George A. Buckmaster, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.95- 97 'School Notes', Death from Yellow Fever of Nurse Clayton in Rio Janeiro, Nurses Examinations, Retirement of Mr Dent from Lectureship in Practical Surgery, Length of Lectures, Marriage of Dr Rolleston 18 June 1894, Lawn Tennis Club, Annual Dinner of Hunterian Society, Brackenbury Prize in Surgery and Medicine; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.97-98 'The Graphic Society', Fifth Exhibition of the Graphic Society; , 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.98-99 'Rugby Union Football Club', Report of AGM; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.99 'The In-dresser', Poem; G.H.R, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.100 'In Weeks', June-July 1894; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.100 'Examination results', First and Primary examinations for the FRCS; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 15. pp.100 'Correspondence', Request for retiming of Forensic medical lectures from 'Dresser'; author not named, 27 Jun 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.101 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.101-102 'Editorial', Comment on BMJ Article of 23 June 1894 re Testimonial to Dr Dickinson; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.102-106 'History of the St George's Hospital Hunterian Society', History of formation of the Medical Society, {subsequently the Hunterian Society} 1832, Minutes , membership and record books from 1832-1861, Samuel Lane, E.Cutler, J.H Hammerton, Henry Charles and Henry James Johnson, James Johnstone, James Merriman, Charles Hawkins, Cornwallis Hewitt, M. {Michael} Faraday, Sir Benjamin Brodie, Caesar Hawkins, G.G.Babington, Sir C.M.Clarke, W.F.Chambers, R.Keate, Frank Buckland, John T. Mould, Mr O.B.Cooper, ; G.R.Turner, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.106-110 'Hunterian Lectures', Reports of Lectures at the Royal College of Surgeons. Diseases of the Ends of the Long bones in Children by Mr Pick, ; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.110-111 'Hunterian Society', Report of General Meeting of the Hunterian Society. 28 June 1894. ; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.111 'Dolor, Calor, Rubor, et Tumor', Poem; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.112-113 'School Notes', Dr Rolleston's Wedding, Mr Pick's Hunterian Lectures, Renaming of Head nurses with honorary title 'Sister', ; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.113-115 'In the Wards', Pelvic injury caused by a Horse under Mr Haward, died 18 July 1894 with postmortem, Acute periostitis simulating Rheumatism under Dr Whipham, ; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.116 'The Dr Dickinson Testimonial', Report of the presentation of the Dr Dickinson Testimonial at Grosvenor house on 18 June 1894, Portrait of Dr Dickinson by John Collier, ; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.117 'The Athletic sports', Report of 1894 Annual Athletic at Stamford Bridge,; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.117-118 'Inter-Hospital Challenge Cup Races', Results of Inter-Hospital Challenge cup rowing races with St Thomas's; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.118 'Correspondence', Comment on Poem in previous issue; G.H.R, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.118-119 'Review of Books', Diseases of the Nose and Throat by F De Havilland Hall; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.119 'In Weeks', July-August 1894; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.119 'House officers during the Quarter', July-October 1894; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 16. pp.120 'Classified Advertisements', Brand and Co's Specialities for Invalids, G. Van Abbott and Sons Gluten and Soya bread and biscuits for Diabetes; author not named, 27 Jul 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.121 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.121-123 'St George and the Dragon', Satirical piece about Surgical Sepsis; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.123-124 'St George's Hospital in the Long', St George's Hospital in the Long Vacation; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.124-127 'History of the St George's Hospital Hunterian Society continued', History of the Hunterian Society from 1850s-1864, Mr Athol Johnson, Mr Holmes, Mr Pollock, Reports of Lectures and Meetings, ; G.R.Turner, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.128-130 'School Notes', Introductory Address by Dr Isambard Owen, Sir William Dalby, Staff Changes, Appointment of Drs Remfry, Wilson and Dickson, New Medical School Prospectus, Amalgamation Club meeting, Non awarding of Sir Charles Clarke's Prize for general good conduct.; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.131-132 'In the Wards', Colotomy operations by Mr Dent and Mr Shield, ; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.132-133 'Three Opthalmic Cases', Injuries of the Eye, Mr Brudenell Carter, ; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.133-134 'The Inter-Hospital Lawn Tennis Cup', Results of Inter-Hospital Lawn Tennis cup; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.134 'Correspondence', Correction to article on Nursing at St George's Hospital published in issue II, 15 82-89; C. Dent, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.134-135 'Correspondence', Comment on Teaching and Examination coaching, Dr Rolleston's Pathology classes, ; Frank Morley, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.135 'A Lay of the Dissecting-Room', Poem; G.H.R, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.136 'Appointments', Appointments to other Hospitals and Army and Indian Medical Services; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.136-137 'St George's Hospital Medical School', Prizes and Examination results, Conjoint, London University, LSA and Cambridge University; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.137 'Births', A Son to A.E.C.Arnold, A daughter to G.S.Clarke; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.137 'Marriages', Percy Pope to Laura Margaret Gibb, Geoffrey Edward Hale to Mary Kynaston; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.138 'In Weeks', October 1894; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 17. pp.138 'House officers during the Quarter', October 1894 - January 1895; author not named, 3 Oct 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.139 'Contents ', Listof Contents; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.139-144 'Some Fragments of a Retrospect', I 25 years experience at St George's 1869-1894 starting as a medical student, Kinnerton Street, Mr Garnell, Librarian, Use of Reading room for Coroners' inquests, ; William H. Bennett, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.144-147 'History of the St George's Hunterian Society', History of the St George's Hunterian Society continued. 1865-1871. Reports of meetings and speakers; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.147 'A Note on the Anatomy of the Lumbosacral Cord', The Anatomy of the Lumbosacral Cord; H.B.Grimsdale, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.148-150 'School Notes', Marriage of Dr Penrose, Annual Hospital Dinner 1 Oct 1894, Appointments, Award of Sir Charles Clarke's prize.; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.150-151 'In the Wards', Case of Internal Strangulation, Mr Shield, ; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.151 'St George's Hospital Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings, Primary Syphilis by Mr Ward, ; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.152 'Football', Report of recent fixture; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.152-158 'History of Anaesthetics', History of Anaesthetics with special reference to their introduction at St George's Hospital, Sir Humphry Davy, Dr John Snow, Mr Henry James Johnson, Administration of Chloroform by John Snow to the Queen {Victoria} in Childbirth; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 18. pp.158 'Marriage', Francis George Penrose to Mary Helen Walters; author not named, 3 Nov 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.Insert facing 159 'Photograph', Photographic portrait of Sir Henry Acland; Untitled, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.159 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.159-160 'Distinguished St George's Men', Portrait and biography of Sir Henry Acland, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.161-165 'Some Fragments of a Retrospect', II Teaching at St George's, Poor conduct of students in teaching sessions, ; William H. Bennett, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.165-167 'In the Wards', Case of presumed poisoning, ; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.167 'Amalgamation Club', Report of Meeting 30 October 1894; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.167 'The Veteran Stethoscope', Poem; G.H.R, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.168-170 'School Notes', Changes proposed by new Dean, New methods of Lecture illustration, New Lavatories, Post mortem announcements, Examination results, ; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.170-173 'St George's Hospital Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings, Strabismus by Mr H.B. Grimsdale, Internal derangements of the Knee Joint by Mr Herbert Allingham, Case of Diabetes by Mr Paul Jones, Case of Pyloric stenosis treated by Gastro-Jejunal bypass by Mr Herbert Allingham, ; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.173-176 'Football', Reports of recent football fixtures; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.176-177 'Appointments', Appointments to other Hospitals, Conjoint board results; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.177 'Review ', Medical Nursing by Dr James Anderson, On Gangrene of the Limbs following Typhoid Fever by F Dawtry Dewitt; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.177-178 'Births', A daughter to G.E.Bloxham, A son to Surgeon Captain H.E. Drake-Brockman; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.178 'Marriages', O.W. Andrews to Florence Augusta Howard, Arthur E Chilcott to Isabel Mary Brookes, Thomas Wilson Parry to Sophie Minnie Amelia Cole; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol II. Issue 19. pp.178 'Death', William F. Dewsnap, 1862-1894, from enteric fever; author not named, 6 Dec 1894

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.1 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.1-5 'Dr Octavius Sturges', Dr Octavius Sturges 1833-1894, Died on Saturday 3 November from Injuries inflicted by a Hansom Cab eight days previously; W.H.D, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.5-9 'Some Fragments of a Retrospect', III. Reminiscences of training and working at St George's 1869-1894. The Students' Journal 1871, Deposition of Plaster anatomical models with Royal Academy of Arts by the Medical School Committee circa 1870, The Story of Two Plaster Casts, Tinsley's Magazine 1870-1874; William H. Bennett, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.10-12 'School Notes', Appeal for contributions and subscriptions, Proposed second operating theatre 1895, Appointment of Mr Rouseas Consulting Surgeon, Funding of books for the Library, Appointment of Mr Grimsdale as Assistant Opthalmic Surgeon, ; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.13-17 'History of the St George's Hunterian Society', History of Hunterian Society from 1871-1881 , Reports of Meetings, Restarting of Society in 1885, Full List of Presidents and Secretaries from 1832-1895.; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.18 'Football Notes', Results of recent fixtures; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.18-19 'Rugby Football Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures; C.N.C., 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.19-20 'Review', Diseases of the Eary by Marmaduke Shield, Manual of Practical Morbid Anatomy by H.D.Rolleston and A.A. Kanthrick; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 20. pp.20 'In Weeks', January to Early February 1895 and House officers January to April 1895; author not named, 8 Jan 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.21-26 'Some Fragments of a Retrospect', Conclusion. Bust of Dr Carpue, Anatomist, by W Behrens 1847, Mr Prescott Hewitt, Mr Henry Lee, E.C.Stirling, ; William H. Bennett, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.26-31 'A Day's Pike-Fishing in the Cambridge Fens', A Day's Pike-Fishing in the Cambridge Fens; Rus in Urbe, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.31-32 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings, Amputation at the Hip Joint by Mr Baldwin, ; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.33-35 'School Notes', Appointment of Mr Timothy Holmes as Treasurer to the Hospital, Sir Russell Reynolds lecture 'Types of Medical Students', delivered 1864. Christmas entertainments, Forthcoming retirement of Mr Rouse, Appointment of Dr Russell Wells as Assistant Curator of the Museum, ; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.36 'In the Wards', Paralytic fits in a 21 year old under Dr Ewart; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.37 'The Nurses' Concert', Review of the recent concert; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.38 'Smoking Concert', First Smoking Concert of the Amalgamation club; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.38-39 'Appointments', Appointments to other hospitals; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.39 'Pass List', Results of recent examinations of Royal College of Surgeons, London University, Apothecaries Hall, Oxford and Cambridge; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.39 'In Weeks', February 1895; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.40 'Birth', A Daughter to Ernest Laurie Robinson; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.40 'Marriages', Frederick Wadham to Mary E Taylor, Frank Carlyon Rundle to Beatrice Harvey, Willam Augustine Ellison to Catherine May Murray; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 2 {21}. pp.40 'Death', Edmund Charles Johnson ; author not named, 13 Feb 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.41 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.41-49 'The Administration of Anaesthetics', Contemporary practice of the Administration of Anaesthetics; Dr W.M. Davidson, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.49-50 'The Hunterian Museum', History of the Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons, John Hunter, Sir Astley Cooper, Mr Liston, Napoleon's Intestinal tumour, ; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.51-53 'School Notes', Dr Rolleston to deliver Goulstonian Lectures at the Royal College of Physicians, Dr G. Fielding to give Lumlein Lectures, Performance of Football team including Poem from Bart's Journal, ; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.54-55 'Hunterian Society', Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Dr Dakin o, on the Menopause, Case of Scleroderma in a Pearl Diver, Gastrointestinal operations by Mr H. Allingham and Mr Bennett. Mr Baldwin and Mr France, Case of Intussusception, Mr Allingham, Sarcoma of the Kidney in a 3 year old, Mr Dent, Amputation for Gangrene, Mr Menzies, Amputation for Femoral artery aneurysm.; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.55 'Examination results', Results of recent examinations in Midwifery, Medicine and Surgery, Intermediat MB examination; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.55-56 'Football', Report of recent Football match; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.56-57 'Correspondence', Letter from a Probationer from A Blue Prob, Medical Defence Union membership from A.Marmaduke Shield; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.57-59 'St George and the Dragon', The legend of St George and the Dragon; C.A Hill, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.59-60 'The Seven Ages', Poem; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 22. pp.60 'Review of Books', Handbook of Diseases of the Eye by Henry R Swanzy, The Aseptic Treatment of Wounds by Dr C Schimmelbusch translated by Alfred Rake; author not named, 13 Mar 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.61 'Contents ', Listof Contents; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.61-63 'St George and the Dragon. II', Satirical Piece; St George, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.64-68 'De Senectute', The problem of Old Age; T. Holmes, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.68-69 'A Song of St George's', A Song of St George's; J.B. and G.H.R., 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.69-71 'Hunterian Society', Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Dr Cyril Ogle on Intestinal Obstruction, Election of officers for ensuing session, ; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.72-74 'School Notes', Mr Allingham appointed as successor to Mr Rouse, Mr Dent elected to full surgeoncy, Mr Timothy Holmes and Mr William H. Dickinson to give lectures, Proposal for photograph of current staff, Funding of the Library, Henry Charles Johnson Prize in Anatomy funding, Mr Frederick Webb to fund new Bacteriology prize, Dr Manson appointed lecturer on Tropical Diseases, Ratcliffe Travelling Fellowship awarded to Mr Arthur Latham, ; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.74-76 'Football', Review of the past football season; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.76-77 'The Amalgamation Club Smoking Concert', Report of recent Amalgamation club smoking concert; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.77-80 'James Hope M.D. F.R.S.', The life of Dr James Hope, St George's Physician from 1834 to 1841; H.D.R {Rolleston}, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.80-81 'Correspondence', Forthcoming Exhibition of the Graphic Society from Chas.Slater; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.81 'Examination results', Results of recent conjoint and apothecaries examinations; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.81 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's doctors to other hospitals; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.82 'In Weeks', May and early June 1895; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.82 'House Officers ', House Officers April-July 1895; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.82 'Births', A daughter to Bonville Bradley Fox, A daughter to Dr Brodie, A Son to Dr H.D.Rolleston, A son to Albert Dickie; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 23. pp.82 'Death', William Metcalfe L.S.A.; author not named, 22 May 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.83 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.83-90 'Psychological Studies', No. 1 Samuel Pepys; G.Fielding Blandford, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.90-96 'De Senectute', Part II The problem of Old Age continued; T. Holmes, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.97-100 'School Notes', Refurbishment of the Reading Room, List of Deans of the Medical School since 1868, Andrew Barclay, Timothy Holmes, William Wadham, Thomas Whipham, Isabard Owen, Photograph of Dr Wadham, Receipt of Mr D'Arcy Power's Surgical Diseases of Children, Graphic Society Exhibition held in the Museum, Lawn Tennis Club, Results of recent rowing matches, Mr Holmes's Hunterian Lectures, New Staff Nurses arrival, ; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.100-102 'Antique Dentistry', History of Dentistry; {Henry L.Albert}, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.102 'Examination results', Results of recent Conjoint, Cambridge and Primary Fellowship examinations; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.102 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's doctors to other hospitals; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.102 'Marriage', Stephen Thomas Salter to Edith Mary Myhill; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 24. pp.102 'Death', May Davidson, wife of W. Marshall Davidson; author not named, 21 Jun 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.Insert Facing page 103 'Photograph', Photographic portrait of Sir Prescott Hewett; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.103 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.103-107 'Distinguished St George's Men', Sir Prescott Hewett, Recording Postmortem records back to 1840s, Curator of Museum, Consulting Surgeon, Sergeant Surgeon to the Queen {Victoria}, ; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.107-112 'De Senectute', Part III The problem of Old Age concluded; T. Holmes, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.113 'School Notes', Dr Dickinson's Baillie Lectures, Cardiovascular Changes in Renal Disease, Dropsy, Report of interhospital sports, Brackenbury Prizes in Medicine and Surgery, Junior Appointments, Appointment of Mr Pick as Vice President of the Royal College of Surgeons; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.114-115 'St George's Hospital Athletic Club', Report of recent sports day; H.M.C, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.115-116 'The Rouse Testimonial', Report of the presentation to Mr Rouse, Duke of Richmond, ; W.H.W, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.117-120 'Antique Dentistry', History of Dentistry continued; Henry L.Albert, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.121 'Correspondence', Oesophageal Foreign bodies in Children from Gerald R. Baldwin; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol . Issue . pp. 'Pages 122 and 123 are not present and 124 backs on to page 121 indicating an error in numbering the pages'; author not named,

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.124 {122} 'House officers July to October', House Officers July to October 1895; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.124 {122} 'Appointment', Appointment of St George's doctor to other hospital; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.124 {122} 'Births', A Son to Frank Schofield, A Son to Walter S. Lazarus; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 25. pp.124 {122} 'Marriages', Willam Ford Edgelow to Emilay Jane Mathew, Francis Henry Pott to Kate Angela Kilburn; author not named, 19 Jul 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.123 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.123 'The Dawn of the Year', Introduction to the Gazette for New Students; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.124-125 'Examination Fever', (Tooth and Nail Disease), Lighthearted article on Examination Nerves; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.126-127 'A Case of Suppuration in the Mastoid Antrum', A Fatal case Suppuration of the Mastoid antrum associated with Sinus Thrombosis and Pyaemia; G.R.Baldwin, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.127-129 'St George and the Dragon', Satirical Piece; St George, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.129-131 'Holidays in Holland', Visit to the Hague museums, Scheveningham, Delft, Leyden and Rotterdam; G. Fielding Blandford, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.131-132 'Surgery up to Date', Poem; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.133-135 'School Notes', Repainting of the Hospital during the long vacation, Cricket and breaking windows by Mr Wilson, Cottage Chess tournament, Football fixtures and team, Lawn Tennis Tournament, Loss of books from the Library, Arrival of plaster case of the bust of John Hunter by Sir John Gilbert [corrected to Mr Alfred Gilbert in November issue] in summer 1895, Portrait of Mr Rouse painted by Mrs Albert; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.135-137 'The First of October', Annual Lunch and Dinner; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.137-139 'Appointments', Elections of St George's Men to Royal College of Physicians, Appointment of St George's doctors to other hospitals, Associations between Addenbrooke's and St George's listed by Dr Rolleston, Hunterian Lectures given by Dr J.A. Coutts, Dr Patrick Manson chosen to deliver Goulstonian Lectures, ; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.139 'Exhibitions and Prizes', List of Winners of Prizes for previous session; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.139 'Examination Pass List', Cambridge M.B., London University and Conjoint Borad Examination results; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.140-141 'Obituary', Obituary of Mr William Leigh. Death from Apoplexy. Death of Nurse Tidy from Typhoid, Death of Nurse Surridge from Typhoid; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.141 'Births', A Daughter to O.W.Andrews, A Son to Reginald Tweed, A Daughter to H. Howard Murphey, A Daughter to F.G Penrose, A Son to G.E. Hale, A Daughter to Arthur K.Vernon.; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.141-142 'Marriages', Henry Richard Belcher Hickman to Margaret Kate Thompson, Philip Mackay Ellis to Gertrude Septima Manders, Samuel Squire Sprigge to Mary Ada Beatrice Moss; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.142 'In Weeks', October to early November 1895; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.142 'House Officers', July to October 1895; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 26. pp.142 'Advertisement', Offer of accommodation to one or two Gentlemen in Clapham; author not named, 18 Oct 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.143 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.143-147 'The Foreign Bodies in our Museum', Pathology Museum, Hand of Rosamund Clifford, Half Sovereign removed from Brunel, Benjamin Brodie, Caesar Hawkins Brunel post mortem; Marmaduke Sheild, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.147-148 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings of the Hunterian Society, Some Difficulties of Diagnosis by Dr Fyffe, Internal use of Carbolic acid by Mr Seymour, New Zealand by Dr Collins,; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.149-152 'School Notes', New Student entry of 58 in 1895, Alterations and Repairs to the Hospital Chapel and Ward Lighting, ; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.152-155 'Holidays in Holland', Visits to Leyden, Amsterdam, ; G. Fielding Blandford, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.155-159 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.159 'Distribution of Prizes', Presentation of Prizes by Dr Dickinson; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.159-160 'Reviews', Diseases of the Joints and Spine by Howard Marsh, Elements of Practical Medicine by Alfred H Carter, Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics by James Stocken.; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.160 'Entrance Scholarships', Recent University Entrance Scholarships and Entrance Scholarships in Arts; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.161 'Examination Pass List', MRCS, LRCP, Sanitary Science, Cambridge and Conjoint board examinations; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.161 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's doctors to other hospitals; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.162 'Marriages', S. Russell Wells to Harriet Smith; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.162 'In Weeks', Late November to Dec 1895; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 27. pp.162 'Correspondence', Correction to School notes re sculptor of John Hunter bust, Mr Alfred Gilbert not Sir John Gilbert from C.T.Dent, Proposed Staff Photograph by Fourth Year's Man, ; author not named, 30 Nov 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.163 'Contents ', List of Contents; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.163-166 'Internal Secretions and Extract Therapeutics', Micro-organisms in the causation of disease; H.D.R {Rolleston}, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.167-168 'Interviews with Celebrities', The Tubercle Bacillus, Lighthearted interview the the organism; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.169-172 'Foreign Bodies in our Museum', Pathology Museum, Swallowing of Foreign bodies, Reference to several museum specimens containing foreign bodies, Piece of Lead, Toothplate, Skewer in a Pigs liver, Hair ball from stomach, ; A.M.S, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.173 'The Bell Note', Poem; G.H.R, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.174-176 'School Notes', Publication of the Gazette, Wearing of Waistcoats, Formation of the Glee Club, ; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.176-178 'Holidays in Holland', Visits to Zeider Zee, Leenwarden, ; G. Fielding Blandford, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.178 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings of the Hunterian Society, Management of Coma and Apoplectic State by Dr Robert Bowles, ; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.179-182 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures, E.A. Wilson member of the teams; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.182 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's doctors to other hospitals; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

Vol III. Issue 28. pp.182 'In Weeks', Dec 1895 and January 1896; author not named, 20 Dec 1895

St George's Hospital Medical School, London

Anne Hogg, 32, [Occupation not stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 32
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 15 Dec 1845
Date of death: 20 Dec 1845
Disease (transcribed): Fits of an epileptic character. Great congestion of the brain & its membranes. Pointed exostosis growing from the occipital
Disease (standardised): Epilepsy (Brain); Congestion (Brain); Exostoses (Skull)
Admitted under the care of: Seymour, Edward James
Medical examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Cowell, Thomas William
Post mortem examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted with fits of an epileptic character, occurring about every two minutes. It was reported that epilepsy was common in the family, and that one of her brothers, as also one of her sisters, had suffered severely from it. This patient was attacked for the first time three days before admission, and when first seen by the medical man, it was judged advisable to bleed her’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium (‘in consequence of the relations having called, late in the afternoon, to remove the body. The head was the only part examined’)

Type of incident: n/a

Post Mortem Examinations and Case Books

  • GB 406 PM
  • Collection
  • 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.

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

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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

St George's Hospital, London

Peter Day, 37, Stableman

Occupation or role: Stableman
Age: 37
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 11 Apr 1870
Date of death: 10 Jun 1870
Disease (transcribed): Encephaloid disease of the thoracic lumbar and inguinal glands and liver and kidneys.
Disease (standardised): Cancer (Lymph nodes); Cancer (Liver); Cancer (Kidney)
Admitted under the care of: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical examination performed by: Haward, John Warrington
Post mortem examination performed by: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer
Medical notes: The patient had noticed a lump in the right groin, with swelling of the right lower extremity for two months. There was no history of cancer in the family.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleurae, lungs, head, liver, spleen, kidneys, glands and organs of generation
Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Mann, 22, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 27 May 1846
Date of death: 29 Jul 1846
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Pneumothorax. Effusion in pleura compressing lung. Large tubercles in the spleen. Other organs, nothing. One small ulcer in the mucous membrane of the stomach.
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Pneumothorax (Pleural cavity); Effusion (Pleura); Tuberculosis (Spleen); Ulcer (Stomach)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted labouring under all the usual symptoms of fever.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

William Williams, 48, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 48
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Nov 1845
Date of death: 16 Jul 1846
Disease (transcribed): Extensive eruption of the skin. Right lung consolidated throughout by inflammation. Old adhesions of liver and spleen
Disease (standardised): Eruption (Skin); Inflammation (Lung); Adhesions (Liver); Adhesions (Spleen)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted covered with an eruption of about seven weeks duration. The eruption commenced according to the patient, with small vesicles which shortly burst forming scabs.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

John Appleton, 47, Labourer

Occupation or role: Labourer
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 19 Jun 1846
Date of death: 28 Jun 1846
Disease (transcribed): Erysipelas of the arm and chest. Diffuse cellular inflammation of the arm. Old adhesions about the right lung the liver and spleen. Heart flaccid and dilated. Lungs emphysematous. Ribs fractured and united.
Disease (standardised): Erysipelas (Skin); Inflammation (Arm); Disease (Heart); Emphysema (Lung); Fracture (Ribs); Adhesions (Lung);Adhesions (Liver) ; Adhesions (Spleen)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Gee, Adolphus John
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was first admitted on 5th May with fractured ribs and discharged on 17th June. It appears that the evening after his discharge he went to bed somewhat inebriated and complained the next day of feeling generally unwell, depressed and shivering.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen and right upper extremity
Type of incident: Trauma/accident

Robert Hawkins, 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 15 Jun 1846
Date of death: 24 Jun 1846
Disease (transcribed): Arachnitis at base of brain. Tubercle in posterior lobe of left hemisphere. Effusion into ventricles. Phthisis. Tubercles in the spleen, kidneys and intestines with extensive ulceration in the caecum and small intestine.
Disease (standardised): Arachnoiditis (Brain ); Tuberculosis (Brain); Effusion (Brain); Tuberculosis (Lung); Tuberculosis (Spleen); Tuberculosis (Kidney);Tuberculosis (Intestines) ; Ulcer (Intestines)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient stated that for the last two years he had been unusually subject to ‘colds and coughs’, and had suffered almost continually during the last eight or nine months from cough and occasional pain in the chest.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Catherine Fisher, 50, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 50
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 22 Apr 1846
Date of death: 3 Jun 1846
Disease (transcribed): Universal anasarca and effusions into the serous cavities. Heart dilated and slightly hypertrophied. Valves healthy. Liver and kidneys congested. Spleen hard and congested. Uterus hypertrophied. Ovaries with cysts.
Disease (standardised): Oedema (Universal); Disease (Heart); Congestion (Liver); Congestion (Kidney); Congestion (Spleen); Disease (Uterus);Cysts (Ovary)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient reported that she had been ailing about ten or eleven months; that for the first two months she had no particular pain, but felt languid and uncomfortable, but later had an attack of jaundice.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Joseph Armes, 24, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 24
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 29 Apr 1846
Date of death: 26 May 1846
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Ulceration of larynx and necrosis of arytenoid cartilages. Pleurisy. Pneumonia. Ulceration of large and small intestines. Tubercular deposit in bronchial and mesenteric glands. Old adhesions of liver.
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Ulcer (Larynx); Necrosis (Larynx); Pleurisy (Pleura); Pneumonia (Lung); Ulcer (Intestines);Tuberculosis (Lymph nodes) ; Adhesions (Liver)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted in an advanced stage of Phthisis Pulmonalis, together with affection of the larynx.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Larynx, trachea, thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

John Pitcher, [No age stated], [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: [No age stated]
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Feb 1846
Date of death: 16 May 1846
Disease (transcribed): Old and recent pleurisy. Miliary tubercles and vomicae in lungs, extensive red hepatisation of these organs. Old pericarditis. Pericardium adherent to right side. Heart dilated. Spleen adherent. One ulceration in caput coli.
Disease (standardised): Pleurisy (Pleura); Tuberculosis (Lung); Disease (Lung); Pericarditis (Heart); Disease (Heart); Adherent (Spleen);Ulcer (Intestines)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient stated that he was taken ill in the beginning of the previous November with acute pain in the chest, referred chiefly to the left side, a cough and thin, frothy expectoration.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Larynx, thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Henry Walters, 40, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 29 Apr 1846
Date of death: 30 Apr 1846
Disease (transcribed): Recent pleurisy and extensive hepatisation of the lung on the left side. Old adhesions on right side. Slight emphysema of both lungs. White patch on heart. Spleen soft and pulpy. Other organs healthy.
Disease (standardised): Pleurisy (Pleura); Disease (Lung); Emphysema (Lung); Disease (Heart); Disease (Spleen)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted in a moribund state, unable to give a collection account of himself. It appeared however from his friends account, that they had lost sight of him for several says and found him four days before admission, lying in a room by himself, quite neglected and suffering from cough, dyspnoea and acute pain.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Sidney Field, 19, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 19
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 24 Apr 1846
Date of death: 26 Apr 1846
Disease (transcribed): Ulceration of small intestine, cicatrisation and contraction of the gut, reducing its canal to the size of a small quill. Dilatation of gut above. Stercoraceous vomiting. Tubercular and cretaceous deposit in mesenteric glands, but no where else.
Disease (standardised): Ulcer (Intestines); Cicatrix (Gastrointestinal tract); Contraction (Gastrointestinal tract); Fecal vomiting (Intestines); Tuberculosis (Mesenteric gland); Cretaceous deposit (Mesenteric gland)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient presented himself for admission stating that his bowels had not acted for nine days, and that he felt heavy and unwell.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen and thorax
Type of incident: n/a

Elizabeth Geary, 18, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 4 Feb 1846
Date of death: 10 Apr 1846
Disease (transcribed): Encephaloid tumour in post-peritoneal cellular tissue. Red hepatisation of lungs. Encephaloid disease of mediastinal glands.
Disease (standardised): Cancer (Abdomen); Disease (Lung); Cancer (Lymph nodes)
Admitted under the care of: Seymour, Edward James
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient stated that for last three or four months she had been gradually losing her health and strength without any very obvious cause.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen and thorax
Type of incident: n/a

Martha Smith, 26, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 26
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 18 Mar 1846
Date of death: 26 Mar 1846
Disease (transcribed): Fever, with petechiae. Congestion of the viscera. Blood fluid. Pyerian glands and mesenteric glands larger than usual
Disease (standardised): Fever (Systemic); Purpura (Skin); Congestion (Viscera); Enlarged (Lymph nodes)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: It appeared from the account of this patients friends, that about six days prior to admission, she began to complain of languor and headache, which was soon followed by swelling of glands and swollen head and neck.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Head, thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

William Kelley, 33, Fishman

Occupation or role: Fishman
Age: 33
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 22 Mar 1846
Date of death: 29 Mar 1846
Disease (transcribed): Cut throat. Pleurisy. Pneumonia of both lungs. Secondary deposits in the right. Bronchitis. Granular liver. Spleen softened and pale. Violent delirium.
Disease (standardised): Wound (Throat); Pleurisy (Pleura); Pneumonia (Lung); Bronchitis (Lung); Disease (Liver); Disease (Spleen);Delirium (Nervous system)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Gee, Adolphus John
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: After being intoxicated for many days, this man attempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a razor.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, neck, thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: Suicide

Caroline Collins, 24, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 4 Feb 1846
Date of death: 7 Mar 1846
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Pleurisy. Pneumonia. Tubercular ulceration of intestines with small abscesses in sub mucous tissue. Liver nutmeg. Spleen studded with innumerable transparent corpuscles. Mottling degeneration of kidneys.
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Pleurisy (Pleura); Pneumonia (Lung); Ulcer (Intestines); Abscess (Intestines); Disease (Liver);Disease (Spleen) ; Disease (Kidney)
Admitted under the care of: Seymour, Edward James
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted complaining of diarrhoea of a long time standing.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

George Ross, 27, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 24 Dec 1845
Date of death: 1 Mar 1846
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Old adhesions. Pneumonia. Tubercular deposits in sub costal pleural cellular tissue, in large and small intestines, and in appendix, with extensive ulceration. Tubercular deposit also in mesenteric glands. Heart dilated. Other organs, nothing.
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Pneumonia (Lung); Tuberculosis (Pleura, Intestines, Appendix, Mesenteric glands); Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient had suffered more of less from cough and shortness of breath about six months.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

William Dolbear, 50, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 50
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 22 Oct 1845
Date of death: 1 Feb 1846
Disease (transcribed): Scirrhus of the sigmoid flexure of the colon and of the upper part of the rectum, spreading to the pelvic cellular tissue and to the bladder. Encephaloid disease of the prostate, liver and mesenteric glands. Abscesses in kidneys. Lungs spumous with partial red heptisation.
Disease (standardised): Cancer (Intestines); Cancer (Pelvis); Cancer (Bladder); Cancer (Prostate, Liver, Mesenteric glands); Abscess (Kidney); Disease (Lung)
Admitted under the care of: Hawkins, Caesar Henry
Medical examination performed by: Gee, Adolphus John
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: The patient was admitted complaining of frequent micturition of small quantities of water, haemorrhage from the urethra and pain referred to the prostate. Also occasional pain in the loins.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen and thorax
Type of incident: n/a

Rachel Pease, 20, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 20
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 11 Jan 1846
Date of death: 28 Jan 1846
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Tubercular deposits in supra-renal capsule and in pyramids of both kidneys. Ulceration of large intestine. Tubercular deposit in mesenteric glands. Other viscera, nothing remarkable.
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Tuberculosis (Kidneys); Ulcer (Intestines); Tuberculosis (Mesenteric gland)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted in the last stage of Phthisis Pulmonalis. She stated that she had suffered from cough above eight months, and about six months ago coughed up a considerable quantity of florid blood.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Windsor, 22, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 31 Dec 1845
Date of death: 8 Jan 1846
Disease (transcribed): Spleen enormously hypertrophied. Liver hypertrophied. Veins much dilated. Peculiar state of the blood. Heart dilated. Old adhesions. Congestive pneumonia. Thickening and ulceration of mucous membrane of caput coli.
Disease (standardised): Disease (Spleen); Disease (Liver); Dilated (Veins); Disease (Heart); Pneumonia (Lung); Disease (Intestines)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: This patient was admitted complaining of a tumour in his belly, which he first perceived about the beginning of last May.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen and thorax
Type of incident: n/a

Richard Wade, 74, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 74
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 14 Oct 1843
Date of death: 25 Jan 1844
Disease (transcribed): Fungoid excrescences in the bladder, one of which had caused, by pressure on the ureter, dilatation of the pelvis, infundibula and calices, and absorption of the left kidney.
Disease (standardised): Fungoid (Bladder); Dilatation (Kidney); Absorption (Kidney)
Admitted under the care of: Johnson
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Medical notes: Three years before his admission he first noticed gravel in his urine and continued to be troubled with it at intervals, and about a twelve month afterwards began to suffer from a difficulty in making water which began to be tinged with blood.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

Mary Milsom, 26, [Occupation not stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 26
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 11 Jun 1845
Date of death: 17 Jun 1845
Disease (transcribed): Lungs congested with lobular grey hepatisation. Slight pleurisy on both sides. Heart dilated, pale & very thin. Slight peritonitis. Patches of lymph in spleen which was congested. Cyst, containing foul suppuration in cellular tissue of fallopian tube
Disease (standardised): Hepatisation (Lungs); Pleurisy (Lungs); Disease (Heart); Peritonitis (Abdomen); Disease (Spleen); Cyst (Fallopian tube)
Admitted under the care of: Macleod, Roderick
Medical examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Post mortem examination performed by: Fuller, Henry William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted complaining of occasional vomiting, & constant nausea of some months’ duration, of pains in all her limbs, and of pain in the left hypochondriac region, of occasional palpitation, & a slight hacking cough. Her sister stated that these symptoms had existed several months, & her medical man had uniformly told her that they were hysterical’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Sarah A. Oates, 19, [Occupation not stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 19
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 22 Sep 1844
Date of death: 9 Feb 1845
Disease (transcribed): Fracture of the spine and irregular consolidation of the fragments. Softening of the chord. Atrophy of the brain. Suppuration of the right tympanum & ulceration of membrana tympani. Extensive sloughing of skin
Disease (standardised): Fracture (Spine); Softening (Spinal cord); Atrophy (Brain); Suppuration (Ears); Sloughing (Skin)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner
Post mortem examination performed by: n/a
Medical notes: 'This patient had for some time been subject to what were considered to be hysterical fits, when she manifested symptoms of derangement. On the 21st of September and the day following [she] threw herself from the second story window. She was brought to the hospital and a projection was found opposite the 12th dorsal vertebra’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, cranium, spine

Type of incident: Suicide?

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