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Papers of St George's, University of London

  • 406 SGHMS
  • Colección
  • 1752-2021

The collection contains records created by St George's, University of London (formerly known as St George's Hospital Medical School). Medical school records include:

  • Minutes and papers of the School Council, Academic Board and other committees, 1862-2000

  • Student registers, record cards and certificates, 1752-1970s

  • Manuscripts relating to the early administration of the medical school

  • Institutional publications including school yearbooks, 1990-2014; directories, calendars and prospectus' relating to the school, 1852-c.1960

  • Photographs relating to the medical school and St George's Hospital, including photos of staff, students, events and sports teams, 19th century-21st century

  • Other miscellaneous materials

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Pathology Museum

Prescott Hewett was appointed the first curator of the museum in the 1840s, and he also introduced the practice of keeping post mortem books. The curator of the museum was also responsible for conducting post mortem examinations together with the assistant curator, and the post mortem casebooks frequently refer to pathological specimens preserved in the museum. Specimens were regularly obtained from post mortem examinations or during surgery at the hospital, and the museum has continued to be an integral part of teaching at St George's.

The first printed museum catalogue was published in 1866, edited by John William Ogle and Timothy Holmes. This was apparently based on a scheme by Henry Gray, which however has not survived.

The museum was rearranged in 1881, and a new numbering system was adopted. In 1882, a supplementary catalogue, edited by Isambard Owen, was published.

Additionally, two manuscript catalogues exist, the first one covering the years 1884-1899, and the second one 1900-c.1917.

The so-called ‘Green books’ include ‘historical specimens’, numbered 1-101 and introduce a new classification based on diseases.

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St George’s Hospital Gazette, volume XXIII

'Volume 23, January 1920-July 1923'. Contents:

'Index, Vol. XXIII'

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.1, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.Facing page 1, 'Mr T. Pickering Pick', Photograph of Mr T Pickering Pick by Mr Clinton Dent; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.1-2, 'Thomas Pickering Pick', Obituary of Thomas Pickering Pick, 1841-1919; Student at St George’s; Demonstrator of Anatomy and Surgical Registrar; Curator of the Museum; Assistant Surgeon; Surgeon and Consulting Surgeon; Inspector of Anatomy; Editor of Gray’s Anatomy;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.2-19, 'Some Experiences of a British Prisoner of War in Turkey', Account of Experiences as a Prisoner of War in Turkey from 1916-1918. Part 2; Captain L. A. P. Anderson

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.19, 'School Notes', New subscription rates for Gazette; Omissions and corrections to list of St George’s men on Active service in the war; Resignation of Mr Norman Bennett; Election of Dr Helen Ingleby to the post of Assistant Physician to the Victoria Hospital for Children; Election of Dr Russell Wells to the post of Vice Chancellor of the University of London; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.22-23, 'October 1st, 1919', Problems caused by Railway Strike; Indroductory address by Dr Sprigge; Annual Dinner on November 26th 1919 at Princes’ Restaurant; Attended by ‘two daring ladies’; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.24-26, 'Apothecaries of the Royal Household (St George’s Men)', History of the post of Apothecary to the Royal Household which has been held by St George’s men for 140 years; Edward Holdich; John Halifax; Richard Walker; John Nussey; Edward Duke Moore; Claudius Francis du Pasquier; Sir Francis Laking;; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.26, 'A Poet’s Corner', Satirical article and poem about the proposed rebuilding of the Hospital; T. N.

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.29, 'Obituary', Obituaries of John Cahill, 1857-1919; James Valek Albert, died 4th November 1919; F.M. [F. Morley]

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.30, 'Births', A daughter to W. Byam; a daughter to Bertram Cohen; a son to Ralph E. Drake-Brockman; a daughter to W. J. Fenton; a daughter to Claude Frankau; a daughter to James S. Higgs; a son to Harold E. Thorn; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Marriages', Cuthbert James Blaikie to Helen Dorothea Campbell; Hamilton Stanley Faber to Lena Seymour; Gerald Noel Boyd Sebastian to Rosanna Belton; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Deaths', James V. Albert aged 71; William Ash aged 84; John Cahill aged 62; C. Lyon Vasey aged 70; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Correspondence ', Letter from the authors of Aids to Surgery about a critical review in a previous issue of the Gazette; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.32-36, 'Reviews', Fractures and their Treatment by John A. C. MacEwen; Aids to Materia Medica by Arnold E. Collie; Disabilities of the Locomotor Apparatus b Aug. Broca; Ground Work of Surgery by Arthur Cook; Wounds of the Pleura and Lung by Gregoire and Courcoux; Diseases of Women by Ten Teachers; Handbook of Gynaecology by Bethel Solomons; Tubercle; Child Welfare and Teaching by J. Sim Wallace; Aids to the Mathematics of Hygeine by R. Bruce Ferguson; English Public Health Series; An Introduction to General Physiology by W. M. Bayliss; Manual of Diseases of Children by James Burnet; Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by W. G. Porter; The Cambridge Notebook for Practical Biology; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.37, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.37-38, 'Our Appeal', Results of appeal for funds to continue publishing the Gazette; only 160 of 960 St George’s men offered to subscribe; List of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.39-43, 'Surgical Shock', Paper read at the Hunterian Society by C. H. S. Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.44-46, 'Spain as I Found it', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.46-48, 'School Notes', Surplus of back numbers of the Gazette; Miss Richards to marry Major [George C.] Willcocks; Recent awards of Honours to St George’s staff; Annual dinner of the Hunterian Society; Presentation to the Medical School of two sculptures; Lifesize figure of John Hunter in plaster which is a copy by Mr Hope Pinker of the one in Oxford and a bust of Mr Pickering Pick; Lawn Tennis Fixtures; Appointment of Mr Frank Morley as Dental Surgeon and Mr Fickling as Assistant Dental Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.48-49, 'Hunterian Society', Revival of society post war; Dr Jex-Blake appointed President; Recent meetings; ‘Einstein’s Manifold’ presented by Mr Beattie; Mr James presented items from the archive and the history of the medical school; Mr Frankau presented on Shock; Dr W. E. Waller on the Campaign in Iraq; Dr Jex-Blake presented on Tuberculosis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.49, 'Obituary', John Henry Connell Whipple, 1840-1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50, 'Births', A son to N. W. Berry; A son to Maurice Davidson; a daughter to E. J. Selby; a daughter to A. C. Stanley Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50, 'Marriages', Geoffrey Douglas Hale Carpenter to Amy Frances Thomas-Peter; Walter Fedde Fedden to Sybil Mary Haines; George Charles Willcox to Hilda Winifred Richards; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50-51, 'Deaths', George de Castro aged 76; Thomas Johnston English; William Kington Fyffe; Charles Edward Liesching, aged 57; Reginald Leslie Norman, aged 49; Charles Robert Watson aged 49; John Henry Connel Whipple; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.51, 'Correspondence ', Appeal from the RAMC to fund a War Memorial; T. H. J. Goodwin

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.52-56, 'Reviews', Handbook of Skin Diseases by Reginald Gardiner; On Facial Neuralgia and its’ treatment by J. Hutchinson; Anaesthetics by J. Stuart Ross; Syphilis in Childhood by Leonard Findlay; Venereal Disease by Wansey Bayly; An Atlas of Primary and Cutaneous lesions of Syphilis in the Male by Charles F White and W. Herbert Brown; Diseases of Women by Thomas G. Stevens; Oto-Rhino-Laryngology by George Laurens; Cunningham’s Manual of Anatomy; Wheeler’s Handbook of Medicine; Home Exercises for Spinal Curvatures by Richard Timburg; Radiography in the examination of the Liver, Gall Bladder and Bile Ducts by Robert Knox; Electrical Treatment by Wilfred Harris; X-Ray Observations for Foreign Bodies and their Localisation by Harold C. Gage; Practical Physiological Chemistry; A Manual of Surgery by Rose and Carless; Surgical Operations for Nurses; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.57, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.57-65, 'The Lane Letters', Letters presented to the Medical School in 1917 by widow of Ernest Hart; Formerly Editor of the British Medical Journal; Transcriptions of Letters from the collection of Samuel Lane relate to the foundation of the Medical School at Hyde Park Corner and the Anatomy School at Kinnerton Street; Herbert Mayo; Dr J. A. Wilson; Sir Benjamin Brodie; Thomas Tatum; Mr John Harrison; Robert Liston; Robert Keate; R. B. Walker; Richard Greenup ; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.65-66, 'Dr A. J. Jex-Blake', Resignation of Dr Jex Blake following his marriage to Lady Muriel Herbert and his move to Nairobi, Kenya; Biography and Appreciation; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.66-67, 'School Notes', List of Additional subscribers to the Gazette; Sir Clifford Allbutt appointed to Privy Council; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.67, 'The Pupil’s Register', Forthcoming publication of the Pupil’s Register with names of those registered between 1752-1918; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Appointments', Appointments of staff to St George’s Hospital and other organisations.; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Births', A son to J. Blomfield; a daughter to G. A Ewart; a son to G.E. Friend; a daughter to F. E. Roberts; a daughter to Robert Bradley Roe; a son to D. W. Roy; a daughter to R. B. Hervey-Wyatt; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Marriages', Arthur John Jex-Blake to Muriel Katharine Herbert; John W. Watson to Ruth Mary Charrington; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Deaths', Henry Blake aged 68; Lancelot Hugh Downman Hale; R. S. Turton; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.69, 'Obituary', Dr W. K. Fyffe; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.69-74, 'Reviews', The Doctor’s Manual or Practitioner’s Vade Mecum by A. H. Hart; Cunningham’s Manual of Practical Anatomy; Handbook of Diseases of the Ear Nose and Throat by Syme; Manual of Venereal Diseases for Students by L. W. Harrison; The Shibboleths of Tuberculosis by Marcus Patterson; Synopsis of Pharmacology by David Gow; Gray’s Anatomy 21st Edition; Military Sanitation; The X-Ray atlas of the Systemic Arteries by Orrin; Operative Surgery by Thomson and Miles; Selected Lectures and Essays by Sir John Bland-Sutton; Common Infections of the Kidneys by Frank Kidd; The Radiography of the Chest by Walker Overend; Air Sickness; Duties of Sisters in small Hospitals by Norton; Gonococcal Infection in the Male by Norman Lumb; Bailliere’s Nurses Dictionary; Aids to Osteology by Turner; Practical Chemistry by Ellis Richards; The New Physiology by A. Rendle Short; The Principles of Ante-Natal and Post-Natal Child Physiology by Feldman;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.75, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.75-88, 'The Campaign in ‘Iraq.', Personal account of the Campaign in Iraq from 1914-1918; Includes outline of the campaign and Map; Account of the author’s time on the 31st Hospital Ship Oxfordshire;; W. E. W. [Waller, Wathen Ernest]

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.89, 'Post Mortem Notes on an Early Case of Appendicitis', Account of a Post Mortem on a 19 year old male undertaken in November 1844 by Mr Prescott Hewett; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.90, 'Golf Competition', Gift of a Challenge Cup by Sir Crisp English and Mr Ivor Back for an annual Golf competition; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.90-91, 'School Notes', Annual Dinner held on October 15th 1920 at Prince’s Restaurant; Humphry Rolleston in the Chair; New Year’s honours awarded to Sir Squire Sprigge and Sir Dawson Williams; Appointment of Dr Golla as Physician and Dr E Bellingham Smith as Assistant Physician; Dance in aid of Athletic Ground; Comment on the article about a Post Mortem on a case of appendicitis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.91, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to the hospital and other organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Births', A Daughter to Lionel Colledge; a daughter to Dr Hamilton S. Faber; a daughter to Cecil Francis-Williams; a daughter to Dr Sidney F. Smith; a son to Dr F. H. Watson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Deaths', Golding Bird Collet on November 6th 1920, aged 68; Henry Peers Dimmock on January 23rd 1921; George Edgelow on November 20th 1920 aged 76; Dr R. T. Finch on January 21st 1921; Robert Kennedy Grogan Graves on 12th December 1920 of disease contracted while serving in Mesopotamia 1916-1918; John Nachbar on October 19th 1920 aged 54; Edmund Johnson Spitta on January 21st 1921 aged 68; Sir Edgcombe Venning on November 17th 1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.93-94, 'Obituary', Obituaries of Lt-Col Henry Peers Dimmock 1857- 1921; author of letter to the School in support of the work of H. Vandyke Carter in India; Sir Edgcombe Venning, 1837-1920; John Nachbar 1867-1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.94-100, 'Reviews', Vicious Circles in Disease by J. B. Hurry; Manual of Hygeine for Students; Diagnosis of Bacteria and Blood Parasites by E. P. Minette; The Industrial Clinic edited by Edgar L. Collis; Manual of Medicine by Woodward; Theory and Practice of Massage; Elements of Practical Medicine by Alfred H. Carter, Synoptic Chart of Cardiac Examination; a Pocket Book of Opthalmology; Theory and Practice of Nursing; Venereal Diseases by MacDonagh; Notes on Midwifery; Physical Signs in Chest and Abdomen by A. J. Jex-Blake; Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by McKenzie; Lectures on Surgery to Nurses; Aids to Pathology; Aids to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of Children; the Pocket Anatomy by Fagge; The Medical Examination of Airment; Syphilis and its’ Treatment by Fox; The Extra Pharmacopoeia; A Synopsis of Surgery by Hey-Groves; Atlas of the Sensory Cutaneous Nerves; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.101, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.101-102, 'John Warrington Haward, F. R. C. S. Eng', Obituary of John Warrington Haward, Senior consulting Surgeon; 1841-1921; previously Curator of the Museum; Treasurer of the Medical School; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.102-107, 'The Campaign in ‘Iraq. (continued)', Continued account of personal experiences during the Campaign in IraQ; W. E. W. [Waller, Wathen Ernest]

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.108, 'Psycho-analysis', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.109-112, 'The Mayo Clinic at Rochester', Account of the work of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.112 -113, 'The Annual Dinner', Report of the Annual Dinner held at Oddenino’s Restaurant chaired by Dr Des Voeux; Attended by 84 St George’s Men and guests; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.113-114, 'School Notes', Award of Honorary Degree to Humphry Davy Rolleston by Durham University; Biography of Sir Humphry Rolleston; Award of Legion of Honour to Dr W. R. Dakin; Building of the new Massage and Electro-Therapeutic Department; Increased entry of Student numbers in 1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.114-115, 'Obituary', Obituary of William Henry Bull, 1952-1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to the hospital and other organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Distinction', Award of Legion of Honour to W. R. Dakin; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Births', A son to W. Byam; a son to B. A. Fetherstone-Dilke; a son to E. J. Selby; a son to George C. Willcocks; a daughter to R. Salisbury Woods; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Marriages', Colin Cassidy to Cara Evan-Thomas; Philip Neighbour to Grace Buckworth; Thomas Nelson to Mary Beaven; F. B. Shettle to Jean Chrystall; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Deaths', William Henry Bull aged 69; Samuel Henry Byam aged 73; Hughes Reid Davies aged 62; George Pocock Goldsmith aged 84; John Warrington Haward aged 80; Harry Hollis aged 52; George Frederic Morley; Alfred John Pickthorn aged 57; Edmond Munkhouse Wilson aged 66; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.117-120, 'Reviews', Synopsis of Medicine by Letheby Tidy; The Care of Eye Cases; Manual of Opthalmic Operations; Gout; Textbook of General Pathology and A Textbook of Special Pathology by Martin Beattie; Diseases of the Lung and Pleura; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.121, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.121, 'The Retirement of Attwood', Retirement of Attwood; Under Porter from 1887; Head Porter from 1900-1922; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.122-127, 'A Glimpse of the Hospitals in Vienna', Visit to Vienna by Medical Students from Zurich: State of the Wards; Importance of Childrens’ Diet; Visits to various hospitals and attendance at lectures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.127-128, 'The Guttersnipe', Poem, being the Vision of an Overworked House Surgeon; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.129, 'Teratomata', Comic Quotes and extracts from Medical notes and consultations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.130-136, 'The Mayo Clinic', Gastroenterology at the Mayo Clinic; Diagnosis of ulcers and GI conditions using test meals and Xray; Indications for laparotomy and surgery; Surgical treatment of gastric cancer; Treatment of Gallstones, Syphilis of the Stomach;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.136, 'A Little Knowledge; A Pity; If George Robey had been an H. S.', Lighthearted article from the point of view of a patient reading his own notes; Two short comic poems entitled A Pity and If George Robey had been an H. S. [House Surgeon]; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.139, 'Annual Golf Competition', Request for entries to the Annual Golf Competition; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.139-140, 'Boxing', Reinstatement of the Boxing Club with S. [Sid] Burns (ex champion middleweight) as instructor; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.140, 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings of the Hunterian Society; Election of C. H. S. Frankau as President; Matters of Rectal Interest by Mr Back; Minor Surgical Tactics by Dr Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.141, 'School Notes', Retirement of Attwood: Increased number of students; Annual Athletic Club Dance at Knightsbridge Hotel; Qualification of Miss M. A. M. Davies; Resignations of Mr Bladen and Dr Waller; Appointment of Mr B. N. Pidcock as Assistant Curator; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.142, 'Obituary', Obituary of Herbert Charles Wilkin, 1832-1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.142, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results including M. A. M. Davies; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Notices; Appointment, Change of Address', Appointment of St George’s Staff to other Hospitals and Services; Change of Address; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Births', A son to H. R. S. Walford; a daughter to J. W. Watson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Marriages', Roger Henry Emmett to Mabel Alice Potter; E. H. Vere Hodge to Barbara Bingley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Deaths', Edgar Beaumont; Dr G. C. Bright aged 81; Prof. Sheridan Delepine aged 66; Norman Ernest Farr aged 34, Killed in a motoring accident; James Foster Palmer aged 73; James George aged 96; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.144-150, 'Reviews', Pathology of the Nervous System; Heart Disease and Pregnancy; A Manual of Midwifery; Intrinsic Cancer of the Larynx; On Modern Methods of Treating Fractures by Hey Groves; Letters to a Nurse; a Synopsis of Midwifery; Prosthetic Dentistry; Cataract and its’ Treatment; A Pocket Surgery; Aids to Operative Surgery; Modern Methods in Diagnosis and Treatment of Renal Disease; Aids to Medicine; The Oxford Index of Therapeutics; Materia Medica; An Atlas of Normal Labour; manual of Physio-Therapeutics; The Principles of Electrotherapy; Barrier Charts for Health Officers; Thyrea and Other Sonnets; The Rat and how to kill him; A Guide to Anatomy for Students of Medical Gymnastics, Massage and Medical Electricity by E. D. Ewart; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.Facing page 151, 'Humphry Rolleston June 1916', Photograph of Humphry Rolleston; Photo – Elliot and Fry

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.151, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.151-152, 'Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston, K.C.B., M.D., President of the Royal College of Physicians', Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston; Appointment as President of the Royal College of Physicians; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.152-154, 'Some Methods of Treatment adopted by the Arab ‘hakims’ of Iraq', Personal account of medical treatment in Iraq; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.155, 'Neurasthenia', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.156, 'The Hospitals of London Combined Appeal', Money Raising activities by Medical students; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.157, 'Expansion', Humorous Anecdote; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.157-158, 'The Garden', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.158, 'Who Are They?', Humorous Anecdotes and anonymised staff quotes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.159-160, 'Lawn Tennis Club', Refurbishment of Courts; Recent fixtures and results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.160, 'The Rugby Football Club', Team formed for Inter Hospitals cup; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.161, 'The St George’s Hospital Club', Notice of Forthcoming meetings and Dinner; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.161, 'School Notes', Retirement of Mr James as Dean and election of Dr Torrens; Increase in student numbers and participation in appeal and sport; Reforming of Rugby club and Rifle club; Golf Competition: Parade of Hospital banner at the Albert Hall in St Mary’s Hospital Ball; Stopped clock in Autopsy room and mid 19th century glass negative on fireplace; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.163, 'The “Attwood” Testimonial', Results of appeal for retired porter, Edwin G. Attwood, including list of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.164, 'Correspondence ', Anonymous letter on the cause of Stomach cancer being chemicals used in curing of bacon; Letter from Geo. R. Lake about a poem written by his son to George Robey; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Births', A son to Dr Eric Bellingham-Smith; a son to Gerald E. Friend; a daughter to Dr H. E. Symes-Thompson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Marriages', Wilfred Harry Bleaden to Gertrude Hunter; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Deaths', John Hewetson Bertolacci, aged 72; William Harriott Coke, aged 71; Harry Neville Coltart aged 48; George Douglas Hunter; Edward Kaye-Smith aged 82; George Robert Lake aged 77; James Maurice Skill aged 60; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Change of Address', Erasmus L. Ellis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Prizes', Recent awards of Student prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.166, 'Appointments', Appointments of Medical Staff including N. J. Judah as Resident obstetric assistant and H. Brookman as Resident Anaesthetist; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.166-172, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.173, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.173-175, 'School Notes', Start of New Academic Year; Increase in Medical numbers; Attendance at Hunterian Society meeting; Proposed annual dance in aid of Athletic Ground; Inaugural address by Sir Clifford Allbutt;Sir George Turner elected Medical School Club President; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.175-180, 'The Mayo Clinic', Treatment of Goitre at the Mayo Clinic; H. C. H. Bull

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.180-181, 'Freud', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.181, 'The Seance', Description of attendance at a Seance; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.183, 'An Apostrophe', Humorous poem dedicated to Annette or Annetts, the Cloak-room attendant; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.183-188, 'Deodands', The history and role of the Coroner in cases involving Deodands ; [A deodand is a thing forfeited or given to God, specifically, in law, an object or instrument that becomes forfeited because it has caused a person's death]; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.188-189, 'Extracte From Ye Diary of Mr Pepps', Account of a day in the life of a ‘medical apprentice’ in the style of Samuel Pepys; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.189, 'The Erotic Motive', Poem about a recently published book by Mr Albert Mordell “The Erotic Motive in Literature”; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.190-191, 'Obituary', Obituary of Arthur Marmaduke Sheild; H. S. P. [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.191, 'Boxing Club', Recent revival of the Boxing club with appointment of professional instructor Sid Burns for two months prior to the interhospital tournament.; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.192, 'The Rugby Football Club', Report of AGM and recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.192, 'The “Attwood” Testimonial', Additional list of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Births', A Son to G. R. E. Colquhoun; a son to Donald Roy; a daughter to Dr Stanley-Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Deaths', William Lewington Barker aged 80; Richard Henry Barker aged 74; Charles Douglas Bowdich Hale aged 72; Rev Wellington Renton Pascoe aged 49; Arthur Marmaduke Sheild; Alfred Thomas Guy Watts aged 64; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Appointments', Appointments of Medical staff to hospitals outside St George’s; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results and Entrance Scholarship awards; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.194-196, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.196, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.197, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.197-205, 'A visit to some of the Clinics of North America', Report of visit to the Mayo Clinic; Treatment of Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers; Use of Xrays in diagnosis; Gallbladder diseases; Visit to Dr Lyon in Philadelphia; Visit to Battle Creek Sanitorium, Mitchigan; Founder Dr J. H. Kellogg: Treatment of Neuraesthenia; Visit to Johns Hopkins Hospital: Visit to Toronto; Work of Banting and Best on Insulin; Work of Dr Alvarez in San Francisco on GI motility; Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland; Studies of Bile in blood plasma; Cleveland Clinic; Use of Glucose Tolerance Test;; H. C. H. Bull

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.206-208, 'School Notes', Increased participation in Sports and use of the Library; Annual Dance at the Knightsbridge Hotel, January 16th; Repainting of outside of Hospital; Appointments of Dr T. S. Nelson to Tuberculosis Department; Mr J. C. Gardner in the Chemical Department; Recent Meetings and Programme of the Hunterial Society;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.208, 'Progress', Poem about Tuberculosis terminology; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.209-217, 'Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge', Paper read at the Hunterian Society by Mr [Robert Rutson] James: History and Geography of the area; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.217-218, 'Carcinoma', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.218-222, 'Five Gentlemen of the Corner, or A Man’s Ill who Ends Ill', Satirical article in the form of a restoration play; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.222, 'Boxing Club', Difficulties with Training; Sid Burns as Professional Instructor; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.222-223, 'Rifle Club', Dr Torrens appointed president; Practice at Bisley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.223-228, 'St George’s Hospital Rugby Football Club', Detailed reports of recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.228, 'Annual Golf Competition', Call for entries; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.228-229, 'The Eccentric', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.229, 'Birth', A daughter to Dr Frank Garratt; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.229, 'Deaths', William Lawrence Ascherson aged 52; Heaton Clark Howard aged 67; Frederick Pitcairn Nunneley; Arthur Paul Sherwood aged 72; John Hecker Smyth aged 22; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230-231, 'Appointments', Recent appointments to St George’s Staff; Including Dr H. Gainsborough as Resident Assistant Physician; Mr B. H. Pidcock as Resident Assistant Surgeon; Miss N. H. Schuster as Assistant Curator; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.231, 'Correspondence ', Correspondence about upcoming Cricket Matches and Poems in the Gazette; C. M. Tuke; Alex N. Clemenger

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.232-235, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.236, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.Facing page 237, 'Frontispiece', Photograph of Arthur Carlyle Latham; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.237, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.237-238, 'Arthur Carlyle Latham, An Appreciation', Obituary of Arthur Carlyle Latham; H. S. P. [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.239-240, 'School Notes', Result of recent Golf match; Interhospital sports day; Death of Dr Latham; Resignation of Dr Golla; Appointments of Drs Torrens, Bellingham Smith, Gainsborough and Feiling; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.240-241, 'Chloroform', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.241, 'Achievement', Satirical article about Study and Revision; T.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.242, 'An Elegy', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.242-245, 'E. Lotteris Umbricatis', Humorous Article about Doctors in Fiction; R. C. H.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.245, 'Rhymes of the Wards', Limericks; N.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.246, 'An Appeal', Appeal for funds for sports facilities; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.246-247, 'Rugby Football Club', Election of officers and list of fixtures for 1923-24; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.247, 'Rifle Club', Results of Interhospital cup at Bisley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.248-249, 'Boxing Club', Results and reports of recent interhospital matches;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.249, 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'October 1st, 1923', Arrangements for the event; Address by Dr E. B. Turner on ‘Practice’: Dinner at Metropole Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Appointments', Recent appointments to St George’s Staff including Mr W. S. Duke Elder as Resident Anaesthetist; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Births', A daughter to Captain C. J. Blaikie; a son to John and Naomi Dancy; a son to H. Vernon Edwards; a daughter to Dr Roger H. Emmett; a son to Cecil Francis-Williams; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Deaths', Edgar Atlee Hunt aged 69; Arthur Carlyle Latham; Richard Wilson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.252, 'Correspondence ', Correspondence about the Pupils’ Register 1752-1918: Too expensive to be published and pages will be pasted into ‘guard books’ for reference; R. R. J. [James. Robert Ruston]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.252-253, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.254, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

St George’s Hospital Gazette, volume XXIV

'Volume 24, October 1923-February 1925'. Contents:

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.1, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.1-14, 'Practice', Inaugural Address given by E. B. Turner on October 1st 1923; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.15-16, 'School Notes', Start of New Academic year; Over 70 medical students in the school; Retirement of Annetts from the cloakroom;; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.16-17, 'Second Sight', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.17, 'The Lane Letters', Further extracts from The Lane Letters; Letters between Samuel Lane; Dr J. A. Wilson; Henry Ancell; R MacLeod; Dr William Fitzherbert; Benjamin Brodie: Setting up of the Medical School; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.26-27, 'Epilegomena', Satirical Article in the form of a play; R. C. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.28-29, 'On Suicide', Unsympathetic article on the causes, types and methods of suicide; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.29, 'The Annual Dinner', Report on the Annual Dinner at the Metropole Hotel on 1st October; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.29, 'Ground and Pavilion Appeal', Generous response to appeal for funds; J. W. W. Jepps

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.30-31, 'Rugby Football Club', Report on recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.32, 'Hunterian Society', Report of the first meeting of the season on 18th October 1923; Election of Mr Colledge as President; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.32-33, 'Rifle Club', Report of recent events; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.33, 'Golf Club', Presentation of the Hospital Annual Golf cup to Dr J Ellison; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.33, 'Boxing Club', Programme of meetings of the Boxing club; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.34, 'Correspondence ', The Cambridge Men in London; United Hospitals Winter Sports club; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.35, 'National Union of Students', Forthcoming Winter sports event in Norway organised by the National Union of Students; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.36, 'Scholarships and Exhibitions', Awards of entrance scholarships and exhibitions; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.36, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.36, 'Births', a son to Patrick Buxton; a daughter to Dr A. J. Jex Blake; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.36, 'Marriages', Clement Kerby to Evelyn Cardew; John Carrington Marklove to Muriel Alice Mary Davies; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.37, 'Deaths', William Harper, post mortem room attendant, aged 67; William Keen; Muriel Kempson; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.37-41, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 1. pp.42, 'Editorial Notice', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.43, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.43-47, 'Congenital Hypertrophic Stenosis of the Pylorus', Abstract of paper read to the Hunterian Society; C. H. S. Frankau

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.48-49, 'School Notes', Formation of Cricket Club; Medical School Dance, January 17th 1924, at the Hyde Park Hotel; Good response to Appeal fund; R. R. James appointed joint editor of the British Journal of Opthalmology; Knighthood awarded to H. W. R. Bencraft; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.49, 'Fact and Fancy', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.50-52, 'Diseases and Accidents of the Toilet', Humorous Article about items of worn clothing given pseudo-medical terminology; G. H. R.

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.52-55, 'Mock? Ah No!', Humorous article in the form of an operetta script in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘The Mikado’ with new words to various famous songs; R. C. H. [R. C. Howard]

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.56, 'What were they Looking so Black at?', Hospital choir performs in ‘Blackface’ at the Outpatients’ Christmas Party; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.57-59, 'Athletic Ground and Pavilion Appeal', List of Subscribers to the appeal; Amount raised £335; J. W. W. Jepps

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.59-60, 'Cricket', Formation of St George’s Hospital Cricket Club; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.60, 'Rugby Notes', Report and results of recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.61, 'Boxing Club', Notice of forthcoming inter-hospital competitions; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.61-2, 'Hunterian Society', Report of recent meetings including a mock trial held at the Christmas meeting; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.62, 'Rifle Club', Report and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.62, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.63, 'Births', A Daughter to Dr Reginald Fisher; a son to W. F. Tyndale; a daughter to J. W. Watson; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.63, 'Deaths', Walter Frederick Lovell aged 74; Ernest Rock Streeten aged 57; Charles Robert John Atkin Swan aged 60; Francis Barrallier Thompson on November 28th 1923; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 2. pp.63-66, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.67, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.67-68, 'An Appeal for St George’s Hospital in London', Poem recited by Miss Edith Evans at the special Matinee in aid of St George’s Hospital at Daly’s Theatre on Monday 5th May 1924; John Drinkwater

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.68-69, 'School Notes', Reports of various sporting activities; Sanctions for removing books from library without signing for them; Completion of new Outpatients Department; Hunterian dinner in March 2024; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.69-70, 'Poems of Prejudice', Poem about the Post Mortem room; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.70-72, 'Pathology in Vienna', Account of a visit to the Pathological Institute of the University of Vienna; Work of Rokitansky; Post-mortem practice; P.M. diagnosis using gross pathology, frozen sections and bacteriology; Work of Professors Maresch and Erdheim; Garnett Cheney, M.D. (Harvard)

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.72-75, 'Due Warning', Personal account by a new House Physician; T.

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.75-76, 'Cautionary Tales for Students', Poem in the style of Hillaire Belloc; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.76-77, 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings and the Annual Dinner at the Waldorf Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.77, 'Boxing Club', Result of recent bout and poor performance in the inter-hospital competition; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.77-78, 'The Rugby Football Club', Report and results of recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.78, 'Cricket Club', Lack of matches due to poor weather; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.79, 'Rifle Club', Report and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.79, 'Athletic Ground and Pavilion Appeal', Further report on the successful appeal; Closure of fund after amount raised £345.2.0; J. W. W. Jepps

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.80-82, 'Obituary', Obituary of F.W.Higgs: 1881-1924; Student, House Surgeon and Physician, Assistant Curator of the Museum, Medical Registrar at St George’s Hospital; Medical Officer to the Ministry of Health; Obituary of Hetty Ethelberta Claremont 1892-1924 from Typhoid fever; Student at St George’s Hospital, qualified 1916; Master of Surgery 1922; Notice of Death of William Curtis aged 87; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.82, 'Births', A Daughter to John Ellison; a daughter to Beaumont A. Featherston-Dilke; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.82, 'Deaths', Ethelberta Claremont aged 31; Frederick William Higgs aged 42; Thomas Ridge-Jones; Wentworth Raynes-Tyndale aged 80; Walter Gilson Walford aged 86; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.83, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.83, 'Prizes', Recent prizes awarded; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.83-85, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 3. pp.86, 'Editorial Notice', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.87, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.87-88, 'School Notes', Sir Isambard Owen to deliver the Inaugural address on 1st October 1924; Annual Dinner at the New Hotel Metropole; Good performance of sports teams in the Inter-Hospitals competitions; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.88, 'Pasquinades', Poems in the style of Georgian verse about A Pathologist, The Dean, A Sister, A Student and the Hospital; R.H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.90, 'Auscultation (An Essay in Vers Libres)', Humorous article on the use of the Stethoscope; T.

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.91, 'The Song of the Successful Candidate', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.91-97, 'Apprentices on the Register of Pupils of St George’s Hospital', Records found during transcription of the Pupils Register of Surgeons trained at St Georges who are also on the Register of the Royal College of Surgeons; Biographies of John Gunning; Michael Underwood; David Bayford; Roger Metcalf; William Walker; Fleming Pinkstan; George Hawkins; Charles Hawkins; Charles Morrall; Pennell Cole; Richard Bouchier; James Wilmot; George Hawkins; John Gittoes; John Broomfield Ferrers; Robert Winch; Julius Griffiths; John May; Edward Henry Gunning; John Gunning Junior; William Walker; Charles Thomas Nicholl; Henry Worth; Robert Keate; William Robert Bayly; M. W. Andrews; Constantine John Laisne; James Cooper; Charles Henry Phillips; Thomas Arthur Stone; James Frederick Palmer; Henry Slaughter; James Demerum; John O. Hall Andrews; Frederick Marsh; James Keene; Charles Harris Hetman; Charles Guthrie; Robert Wilson; George Eleazer Blenkins; Henry Halse; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.98-99, 'Cautionary Tales for Students – No 2', Poem about ‘The Dresser’; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.99-101, 'Cricket Notes', Reports and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.101-102, 'Rugby Notes', Upcoming fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.102-105, 'Lawn Tennis Notes', Reports and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.105, 'October 1, 1924', Sir Isambard Owen to deliver the Inaugural Address;; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.106, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.106, 'Prizes', Recent prizes and scholarships awarded; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.107, 'Obituary', Richard Emmett, 1857-1924; Sir Sidney Russell-Wells; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 4. pp.107-108, 'Reviews', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.109, 'Contents', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.109-110, 'School Notes', Start of New Session; Near completion of the new Outpatients Department; Problems with increased student numbers; Talking in the Library; Devitt Pendlebury Scholarship; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.110, 'The Annual Dinner', Annual Dinner held on October 1st, Chairman Isambard Owen; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.111, 'The Opening of the Session, October 1st 1924', Inaugural Address given by Isambard Owen on October 1st 1924; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.111-113, 'Memoir of the Late Sydney Russell Wells', Obituary of Sydney Russell Wells; Dr E. Graham Little

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.113-114, 'London Scenes. 1 St George’s Hospital', Poem and proposed Poetry prize for contemporary work. Poem submitted by Dr Heywood Smith; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.115-116, '“Faithful are the Wounds of a Friend”', Poem; T.

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.116-118, 'St George’s Hospital Pharmacopoeias', History of the early St George’s Hospital Pharmacopoeias dating from 1768; Earliest copies inscribed by R. Keate and W. E. Page; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.118, 'Cautionary Tales for Students – No 3', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.119-122, 'A Copenhagen Dinner', Account of a dinner in Copenhagen with an unnamed Russian Physiology Professor from Petrograd who was a pupil of Pavlov; Garnett Cheney, M.D. (Harvard)

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.123, 'One of Life’s Tragedies', Poem; E.

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.124, 'Some Notes on the Treatment of Insomnia', Article about the current treatment of Insomnia; C. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.127, 'The Bargee Dethroned', Colourful language of the Bargee compared to medical and scientific terminology; J. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.127-128, 'Pasquinades II', Poems in the style of Georgian verse about A Proctologist, A Medical Registrar, A Knight, A Neurologist; A Bacteriologist and A Dermatologist; C. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.129, 'The Coward', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.129, 'Rugby Football ', Reports and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.130, 'United Hospitals Sailing Club', Activities of the recently formed Sailing club; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.130-131, 'The Lanesborough Lodge, No 3029', Report from the Masonic Lodge including list of Officers and request for applications to join; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.130, 'Birth', a daughter to John H. Dancy; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.131, 'Deaths', Reginald James Cope Cottell; John Hammond Morgan aged 77: Mr P Whitehead, from Diphtheria in Battersea; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.131-132, 'Obituary', Obituary of John Hammond Morgan; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 5. pp.132-136, 'Book Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.137, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.137-138, 'Editorial', Appointment of Sir Humphry Rolleston as a Baronet; Lack of contributions to School Notes; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.138, 'The Retirement of Sister Outpatients', Retirement of B. C. Newton; Sister of Out-patients for 25 years; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.139-140, 'London Scenes II - Autumn Evening in Hyde Park', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.140-143, 'The Misapprehension of the Specialist by a Country Doctor', Limitations of the knowledge of specialists in matters of basic patient care; G. R.

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.144, 'John', Poem; T.

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.144-148, 'The Woman of the Pimliki (With Apologies to Edgar Wallace)', Satirical Article using biblical style language; Pax

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.148-149, 'Pasquinades III', Poems in the style of Georgian verse about A Proctologist, A Medical Registrar, A Knight, A Neurologist; A Bacteriologist and A Dermatologist; C. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.149-155, 'Circumcision: Its History , Motives and Methods', History and Practice of Circumcision; Biblical references; Motives in different religious and cultural groups; Techniques and Methods: Ages at Circumcision; C. H.

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.156-157, 'Unrecorded History', Lighthearted article about the opening of the new Out-patients Department; H. B. M.

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.157-158, 'Rugby Football Club', Reports and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.158, 'Obituaries', Obituaries of Robert James Lee, 1841-1924; James Farquharson Powell , 1828-1924,Accidentally Drowned at Sea: William Brown Holderness, aged 81; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.159-160, 'Deaths', Charles Molesworth Tuke; William Brown Holderness aged 81; Frank W. Humphery; Dr J. M. Lang; Robert James Lee aged 84; James Farquharson Powell; Louis William Swaby aged 68; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.160, 'Examination Results and Prizes', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.161, 'Appointments', Recent Appointments to St George's Staff; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.161-163, 'Book Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIV. Issue 6. pp.164, 'Editorial Notice', ; Unknown author

St George’s Hospital Gazette, volume XXV

'Volume 25, June 1925-November 1927’. Contents:

Vol XXV. 'Index', Alphabetical List of Contents; June 1925-November 1927; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.Facing Page 1, 'Clifford Allbutt', Photograph of Sir Clifford Allbutt; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.1, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.1-4, 'The Right Honourable Sir Clifford Allbutt, K.C.B., M.D., F.R.S.', Obituary and Tribute to the Life and Work of Sir Clifford Allbutt. 1836-1925; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.4-6, 'School Notes', Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston appointed Regius Professor of Physic, University of Cambridge; Recent defeat in Inter-Hosptial Rugby Cup; Annual Dinner on 1st October to be held at Hyde Park Hotel; Hunterian Society Dinner held at Waldorf Hotel in March; Pictures in the Boardroom and Hall restored to correct places after revarnishing: Installation of a penny in the slot machine dispensing boxes of matches; Marriage of P. J. Jory, surgical registrar; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.6-10, 'A Legend of Aesculapius', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.11-14, 'Some Notes on the Non Surgical Treatment of Cancer', Alternative therapies for Cancer including Folk remedies, Microbiological products; Electrical methods; Lead; C.H.

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.14, 'A Hunterian Phantasy', Poem, using staff names; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.14, 'Simon Nicolson', 1779-1855, Doctor who was fictionalised in a 3 volume novel 'Perigrine Pulteney, or Life in India', Life and Career in India; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.16-17, 'Fashions-Old and New', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.17, 'St George's Hospital Medical School Dinner', Encouragement to attend the forthcoming dinner; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.18, 'Rifle Club', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.18, 'United Hospitals Sailing Club', News of newly founded club; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.18, 'Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029', Officers appointed to the Masonic Lodge; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.19-20, 'Obituaries', Frederick Mortimer Hawkins, 1850-1925; Hugh Edward Wingfield, 1862-1925; Charles Molesworth Tuke 1857-1925; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.20, 'Birth', A son to Harold Henry Blake; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.20, 'Death', Lt. Col A. F. Weston; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.20, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.21, 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.21, 'Appointment', Appointment of F. W. Fox as Biochemist in South Africa; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.21, 'Correspondence', Forthcoming Concert in aid of the Children's Ward; H.J.Ripka

Vol XXV. Issue 1. pp.21-24, 'Book Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.25, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.25-27, 'Editorial', Long homily from outgoing editor; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.27, 'Gloria Vitae', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.28-29, 'Pepys at Hospital', Satirical Article in the style of Samuel Pepys; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.29, 'Irish Fantasy', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.30-31, 'Staccato', Humourous article on the effects of Anaesthetics; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.31-32, 'Prize Medals', Three Prize medals awarded to Dr Augustus Brown in 1852-53 returned to the Medical School, Including the Gold William Hunter medal and framed bronze and replica gold medals. History of Hunter medals and other items in the archives including pupil cards, Medal awarded to Norman McCaskie; Autograph letters from Jenner, Young and Matthew Baillie: Signed Thomas Keate's certificate as House Surgeon; Caesar Hawkins Night cap made from Cere cloth of George II; Pupil's indenture of Thmas Markby apprenticed to Daniel Scannell; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.33, 'Rugby Notes', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.34-35, 'Cricket Notes', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.36, 'October 1st 1925', Agenda including reports from the School Club, Inaugural Address by Dr Buckmaster and notice of Annual Dinner; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.36, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.37, 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.37, 'Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions', Recent awards of Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.37, 'Death', William Wilson Coltart aged 76; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.37-39, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 2. pp.40, 'Editorial Notice', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.Facing page 41, 'Caricature of "Pen"', [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]; Drawn by one of his house surgeons

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.41, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.41-42, 'Editorial and Notes', Retirement of Mr R. C. Howard as Gazette Editor; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.42-43, 'School Notes', Marriages of H. S. Pendlebury and P. J. Jory; Engagement of H. G. Taylor; Appeal for recruits for Special Constabulary; Annual nurses dance to be held on 8th January 1926 at The Knightsbridge Hotel;; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.43, 'Inauguration Ceremony', Opening of new session with address by Professor Buckmaster; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.44, 'H. S. Pendlebury, Esq., F.R.C.S.', Resignation of Mr Pendlebury from post as senior surgeon. Biography and Appreciation; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.Facing page 44, 'Mr H. S. Pendlebury, F.R.C.S.', Photograph of Mr Pendlebury in Military Uniform; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.45, 'La Vie du Theatre', Poem; G.E.

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.45-46, 'The Dresser Redressed', Poem; J.H.S.

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.46-51, 'The Pathology and Treatment of Tuberculous Glands', Lecture given to the Hunterian Society in October 1925; C. H. S. Frankau

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.51-53, 'Hospital Advertising', Reaction to proposed Hospital Advertising methods accompanied by Poem; P.J.

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.54-60, 'Osteitis Fibrosa, A Summary', Analysis and summary of a paper in the Edinburgh Medical Journal by James W. Dawson and John W. Struthers; Robert Donaldson

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.60, 'Complices Omferiora', Poem; G.H.S.

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.60-61, 'Sir Francis Darwin F.R.S.', Obituary of Sir Francis Darwin, 1848-1925, third son of Charles Darwin and student at St George's 1871-75; Knighted for his services to botany; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.61, 'The Norseman's Rock Mountain', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.61-62, 'Rosebery Rhymes by A. Patient', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.62, 'The Hospital Dinner', Report of the Annual Dinner held at the Hyde Park Hotel on October 1st;; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.63-64, 'Squash', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.64-65, 'Hunterian Society Notes', New Session of Hunterian Society; Dr Feiling as President; Recent Lecture by Dr Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.65-66, 'The Rugby Football Club', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.66, 'The Hospital Dance', Hospital Dance to take place on January 21st 1926 at the Hyde Park Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.67, 'The Boxing Club', Engagement of new coach and forthcoming interhospitals tournament; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.67, 'The Rifle club', Report and Results of Recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.67, 'The United Hospitals Sailing Club', Proposed meetings and regatta result; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Hospital Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital;; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.69, 'Marriage', Henry Litherland to Doris Gertrude Knowles; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.69, 'Death', Charles Harris Tamplin aged 75; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.69-73, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 3. pp.74, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.75, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.75-76, 'Editorial', The trials and Tribulations of being the Editor; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.76-77, 'School Notes', Appointment of Dr Frankau as Honorary Surgeon, Mr G.A. Ewart appointed Senior Assistant Surgeon, Mr G.R.E. Colquhoun appointed Assistant Surgeon and Mr P.J. Jory appointed Assistant in Nose and Aural Department: Gift of a Bronze Clock with Candelabra by Mrs E.B. Hartley for the Club Dining Room in memory of Col. Edmund Baron Hartley, V.C., C.M.G.; Subscriptions to the Sister Lister fund; Death of A.M.Zeiwer from infective endocarditis; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.77-78, '"We are not Falling Down"', Poem; J.H.S.

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.78-79, 'Another "Imaginary Conversation"', Lighthearted article about suggest plans for altering and enlarging the hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.79-82, 'What we Want from our Teachers', The importance of clinical experience and practical teaching in the training of medical staff; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.82-83, 'Rosebery Rhymes', Poem; I.N.L.

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.83-85, 'The Lay of the Sylvian Ossicle', Limerick and Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.86-87, 'M.W.B. Oliver, M.A., F.R.C.S.', Obituary of Matthew William Baillie Oliver, 1882-1926,Surgeon, Central London Opthalmic Hospital; Descendant of Matthew Baillie; Resident surgeon at St George's for two years; Information taken from obituary in B.M.J., 20th February 1926; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.87-88, 'Cottage Notes', Anecdotes and Changes of staff occupying the Cottage [Doctors' Residence]; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.89, '"This Freedom"', Poem in the style of Widdicombe Fair; J.H.S.

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.90, 'Louis B. Hayne, M.B.E., M.D.', Obituary of Louis B. Hayne, age 56; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.90, 'Hunterian Society', Report of Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.91-95, 'The Rugby Club', Match reports of fixture between St George's and St Bartholomews; Junior Hospitals Cup-Tie; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.95, 'The Shooting Club', Successful season and entry into News of the World competition; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.95, 'The Boxing Club', Training for forthcoming matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.96, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.96, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.96, 'Birth', A son to Philip J. Jory; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.97, 'Deaths', Matthew William Baillie Oliver aged 43; Louis Brightwell Hayne aged 56; William Wippell Pope aged 68; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.97-99, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 4. pp.100, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.101, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.101-102, 'Dr Ogle's Retirement', Retirement of Dr Cyril Ogle, Physician: Appointment as Senior Physician and election as Matthew Baillie Lecturer in Physic; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.103-104, 'School Notes', Appointments of Dr Feiling as Physician; Dr Gainsborough as Senior Assistant Physician; Dr Nelson as Assistant Physician; Retirement of Mr Cheers, Hospital Pharmacist for 42 years; Annual Dinner of the Hunterian Society at the Waldorf hotel;; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.104-105, 'Epstein's "RIMA"', Satirical Poem about a controversial Jacob Epstein Sculpture in Hyde Park; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.105-115, '"Causes of Respiratory Distress in Infancy and Childhood"', "Causes of Respiratory Distress in Infancy and Childhood"; Dr Bellingham Smith

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.115-116, '"Rosebery Rhymes" and "The Sigh of a Simple Soul"', Poems; I.N.L.

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.116-117, 'St George's Night', Poem; G.E. [Ewart, George Arthur]

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.117-133, 'Osteitis Fibrosa, A Summary, (continued)', Analysis and summary of a paper in the Edinburgh Medical Journal by James W. Dawson and John W. Struthers; Robert Donaldson

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.134-135, 'Cottage Pie', Satirical article about the diet of a Resident Doctor; J.H.S.

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.135-136, 'Cricket 1926', Report and results of recent Matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.136-137, 'The Rifle Club', Report of a successful season; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.137-138, 'The Boxing Club', Results and report of recent bouts in the inter-hospitals cup; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.138, 'Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029', List of Officers of the Masonic Lodge; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.138, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.139, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Mr H. W. Gordon appointed as Medical Registrar; Mr O. P. Bewers as Resident Anaesthetist; Mr W.Richards and Mr C. P. Pinckney as Resident Obstetric Assistants; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.139, 'Birth', A son to Beaumont A. Featherson-Dilke; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.139, 'Deaths', Frederick Wim. Axham, aged 86; Harold Samuel Peeke, aged 61; Frederick Claude Kempson, aged 58; Arthur Frederick Heaton; Henry Goodale; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.139-143, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 5. pp.144, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.145, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.145-146, 'Editorial', Editor's introductory comments; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.146-147, 'School Notes', Resignation of Dr Torrens as Dean; Appointment of Dr Feiling as Dean; Mr James appointed Opthalmic Surgeon and Treasurer: Cricket team won interhospital cup: Dr Freshwater appointed Physician to skin and VD depts: Mr Duke Elder appointed Assistant Opthalmic surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.147-148, 'Mr Grimsdale's Retirement', Mr H.B. Grimsdale retires as Opthalmic Surgeon: Student from 1889, Demonstrator in Anatomy, Opthalmic surgeon since 1906; J.B.

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.148-149, 'The Retirement of Dr Fox', Retirement of Dr Fox from the Skin and VD Department; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.149-150, 'The Cruise of the Bismuth Meal', Poem; P.J.

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.150-152, 'Litera Scripta Manet', Collection of Miscellaneous autograph letters dated 1775-1851 held in archives; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.153, 'In the Library', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.154-155, 'Alfred Francis B. Gomess', Obituary of Alfred Francis Bilderbeck Gomess, 1858-1926: student at St George's, Inventor, Parasitologist, Physician; O.L.

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.155-156, 'A Post-Operative Lamentation', Poem; I.N.L.

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.156, 'O.P. Fever', Poem; I.N.L.

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.157, 'A Note on the High Fat Treatment of Diabetes', ; Dr H.C.H. Bull

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.160, 'Robert H. Clarke', Obituary of Robert Henry Clarke, 1850-1926, student at St George's; Physiological researcher at University College Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.161, 'Rugby Football Club', Prelude to forthcoming season; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.161, 'The United Hospitals Shooting Cup', Rseult of recent competition; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.162, 'The Sailing Club', Winner of the interhospital Sailing cup; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.162-166, 'Cricket 1926', Report and results of recent matches. Winner of interhospital competition; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.166, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.166, 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.167, 'Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions', Recent scholarships and exhibitions; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.167, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.167, 'Births', A son to Henry Litherland; a daughter to Sidney F. Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.167, 'Changes of Address', Recent change of address of St George's alumnus; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.167, 'Deaths', H. A. Bransbury; William Hotson Cadge aged 73; Robert Henry Clarke aged 73; Edward Kenyon aged 80, James Alden Owles aged 86; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.168-171, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 6. pp.172, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.173, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.173-174, 'Editorial', Editor's introductory comments; Retirement of previous editor, Mr Dreosti

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.175-176, 'School Notes, Dinner, Inaururation Ceremony', Paul Philip Reitlinger Prize awarded to Mr Duke-Elder; Visit from Dr Best, co-discoverer of Insulin to Hunterian Society: Hospital Dance to be held at Hyde Park Hotel on 20th January 1927; Retirement of Mr Pendlebury: Report of Annual Dinner on 1st October at the Hyde Park Hotel; Report of Inauguration Ceremony: Address by Dr Graham Little; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.177-184, 'Ear, Nose and Throat in General Practice', Lecture to the Hunterian Society, November 1926; P.J. Jory

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.185, 'The Vegetarian's Lament', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.186-187, 'Mechanism of Death in Blood Transfusion', Clinical and Post Mortem findings; Eric Steeler

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.187, 'Rosebery Rhyme', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.188, 'Nous Allons Chez Les Masseuses', Poem; Didon

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.189-191, 'Hunterian Society', Report of recent meetings and papers including the visit of Dr Best, co-discoverer of Insulin; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.192-193, 'Illustrations of the Illustrious', Caricatures by a 'tame artist' with cryptic descriptions; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.194, 'Presentation to Old St George's Man', Bronze bust of Dr Charles J. Marsh unveiled at Yeovil District Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.194-195, 'In the Museum', Poem; ELL.

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.196-197, 'America', Personal view of politics and medicine in America; E.W.W.

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.198-199, 'Notes on the Alumni of the Medical School', Biographies of famous names in the pupils register: William Walker; T. Chesterton; John Bingham Borlaise; John Clinch; William Cumberland Cruikshank; James Moore; John Gale Jones; Charles Dumergue; George Frederic Lockley; William Bean; Sir Charles Fergusson Forbes;; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.200-202, 'Bulletin from Baghdad', Account of a recent visit to a hospital in Baghdad; Ananias Mendax

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.202-203, 'Secretary's Report', Report from the Secretary of the School Club on sporting achievements and sports clubs; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.203-204, 'Rugger Notes', Reports from recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.204-205, 'Who?', Poem; Nescius

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.205, 'Sailing Club', Officers elected at AGM; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.205-206, 'United Hedgers' Club', Satirical article; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.207-208, 'Fencing', Formation of United Hospitals Fencing Club; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208, 'Examinations', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208, 'Births', A son to Dr Hamilton S. Faber; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208, 'Changes of Address', Recent change of address of St George's alumnus; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208, 'Deaths', Herbert George Beville; John Griffith Christian, aged 82; York Thomas Grey Moore aged 69; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.208-214, '', Reviews; Reviews of books recently received

Vol XXV. Issue 7. pp.214, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.Facing Page 215, 'The Cottage', Cartoon drawing of " The Cottage", The Hospital's Tallest Story. Our Time Honoured Chestnut; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.215, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.215-216, 'Editorial', Onset of Spring; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.216-217, 'School Notes, Mr Barwell's Retirement', Recent Hospital and Nurses Dances; Introduction of Recent Publications section to the Gazette; Fundraising matinee in the presence of the Queen by Mrs Frank Worthington on May 6th; Death of Sir Isambard Owen, Retirement of Mr Barwell, Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.218-220, 'Peri-arterial sympathectomy', History and technique of the operation of Peri-arterial Sympathectomy to improve vascularity of lower limbs; Claude Frankau

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.220, 'The Song of the Microbe', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.221-224, 'Observations on Blood Transfusion', Transcription of a Paper recently given to the Hunterian Society; C. Blaxland Levick

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.225, 'Rosebery Rhymes', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.225-227, 'A Few Points on the Preventative Treatment of Uterine Prolapse', ; Harold Taylor

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.228, 'To the Stiff who stole my Stethoscope', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.229-235, 'Some Early Medical Wills', Early wills of doctors held at sites including Somerset House, Wills taken from the publications of the Surtees Society based in the NE of England, mostly from 1500s; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.235-236, 'General Assistance as Explanation', Satirical article in the style of Gertrude Stein; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.236-239, 'Some Factors Influencing the Growth of Bone', Some Factors Influencing the Growth of Bone; Eric Steeler

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.239, 'The Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings and forthcoming programme of the Hunterian Society; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.240, 'Rugby Football Club', Reports from recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.241, 'Triolet', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.241, 'United Hospitals Sailing Club', Report of recent meeting and talk by Mr Worth in Harley Street about the history of Sailing; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.241-243, 'Correspondence', Lack of co-operation between the Hospital and medical school, conduct of house surgeons in relation to their chiefs; A.R.T., Non Exiguum Pars Montis

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.243-244, 'Obituary', Obituary of Sir Isambard Owen, 1850-1927; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.244, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.244, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.244, 'Change of Address', Recent change of address of St George's alumnus; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.245, 'Deaths', Alexander Gordon Andrews, Seaton Guthrie Hamilton aged 72; Hardwick Le Cronier aged 71; Frank Stuart Tamplin aged 42; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.245-246, 'Recent Publications', Recent Publications by O. W. Andrews; W.S. Duke Elder; J.A. Gardner; Anthony Feiling; R.R. James; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.246-250, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 8. pp.250, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol . Issue . pp., '', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.251, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.251-252, 'Editorial', Editorial; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.252-254, 'School Notes', Harold Taylor appointed assistant Obstetric Surgeon; Publication of new edition of Hospital Pharmacopoeia; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.254-255, 'Hunterian Society Dinner', Report of recent Hunterian Dinner held on March 16th 1927 at the Park Lane Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.255, 'Obituary', Obituary of Colonel Edward North; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.256, 'Notes on the Testing of Renal Efficiency', H. Gainsborough; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.260-261, 'Concerning Clifford and Jean', Satirical article about hospital infection in the operating theatre; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.262, 'Sister', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.263-271, 'The Lane Letters', Further article with transcriptions of the letters between S Lane and Drs Henry Pitman, James Arthur Wilson, Benjamin Brodie, Caesar Hawkins, Robert Nairne, Richard Edmonds Price, J.W Dowdeswell, G.O. Rees in the 1840s about the teaching in the medical school; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.272, 'Down by the Serpentine', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.273-274, 'An Italian Impression', A personal account of Medical services and Hospitals in Florence; V.H.E.

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.275, 'Where's Gout?', Poem; Nescius

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.276-277, 'Headaches following Lumbar Puncture', Headaches following Lumbar Puncture; Eric Steeler

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.277, 'Rosebery Rhymes', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.278-279, 'A Frightful Fantasy', Lighthearded article about a visit to the hospital by extraterrestrials; D.I.J.

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.279-281, 'The Hunterian Society', Report of recent meetings and a debate between Mr Back and Dr Feiling on Surgery vs Medicine; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.282-283, 'Good Old England', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.283, 'Rugby Football Club', Report of recent AGM and matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.284-285, 'Cricket', Report of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.285, 'Sailing', Report of sailing activities on the River Crouch and the club's base at Fambridge; Nauta

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.287, 'Squash Rackets', Report of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.287, 'Athletic Club', Report of recent meeting; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.288, 'Lawn Tennis', Report and results of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.288-289, 'Lanesborough Lodge, No. 3029', Appointment of officers at recent installation meeting; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.289, 'Correspondence', Relationships between medical trainees and trainers; Crocus

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.291, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.291, 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.291, 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.292, 'Births', A son to Philip J. Jory; a son to F.H.B. Oram; a son to H.A. Whyte Venables; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.292, 'Marriages', Christopher Howard to Elizabeth Hollister Fish; Susan Richmond to Leonard J. Haydon; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.292, 'Deaths', Henry Cook in his 96th year; Lena Marguerite Ellen Faber, wife of Dr Hamilton S. Faber aged 38 years; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.292, 'Changes of Address', Recent change of address of St George's alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.293-299, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 9. pp.300, 'Gazette Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol . Issue . pp., '', ; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.301, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.301-302, 'Editorial', Retirement of I.N. Lewis as Gazette Editor and author of Rosebery Rhymes; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.302-3-3, 'School Notes', Forthcoming Medical School Dance at Hyde Park Hotel on January 27th 1928; Music by the Marius B Winter band; Inauguration Ceremony on October 1st followed by the Hospital Dinner with speeches by Sir Humphry Rolleston; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.304-305, 'St George's Hospital Club', Report of the Club's sporting activities during the year and other events; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.305-313, 'The Meaning and Methods of Success', Introductory Address given on October 1st 1927; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.313, 'Intensity Fails', Poem; T.B.T.

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.314-317, 'Herpes and the Ultra-Microscopic Viruses', Text of academic talk; W. Stewart Duke-Elder

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.317-318, 'Sunrise at Messina', Poem; T.W.P. [Parry]

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.318-319, 'The Hunterian Society', Report of recent meetings of the Hunterian Society: Dr Blomfield on Anaesthesia; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.320-322, 'A Letter from the Sudan', Personal experience of Medicine in the Sudan; E.P.P. [Pratt]

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.322-323, 'Speeding up the Surgeries', Draft of humorous multiple choice form fo patients attending clinics to obtain demographics and basic medical histories; T.B.T.

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.323-325, 'Cricket Club', Report of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.325-326, 'Rugby Football Club', Report of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.326, 'United Hospitals Hare and Hounds', Letter to see if anyone at St George's would be interested in joining a Hare and Hounds running club based in Blackheath; J.P.Horsley

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.326, 'Appointments', Recent Staff Appointments to St George's Hospital; G.K. Kirwan-Taylor appointed Resident Obstetric Assistant; C.E. Hagenbach appointed resident anaesthetist; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.327, 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.327, 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.327, 'Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions', Awards of recent scholarships and exhibitions; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.327, 'Birth', a son to Henry Litherland; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.328, 'Deaths', Edgar George Barnes age 78; Francis W. Underhill aged 83; Henrik Pattersson following an operation; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.328, 'Change of Address', Recent change of address of St George's alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.328, 'Recent Publications', Recent Publications by W.S. Duke Elder; W. Fedden; R.R. James; C.B. Levick; J. A. Torrens, H. Gainsborough and J.A. Gardner; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.329-332, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXV. Issue 10. pp.Before page 1 at front of volume, 'Index', ; Unknown author

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. III

CONTENTS
I. On the Treatment of Rheumatic Fever. By HENRY WILLIAM FULLER, M.D., Senior Physician to the Hospital
II. Cases of Delirium probably dependent on Impoverishment of the Blood. By A. W. BARCLAY, M.D., Physician to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Physic
III. Abstract of Clinical Lectures. By HENRY LEE, Surgeon to the Hospital
IV. Case of Cerebral Disease in a Syphilitic Patient. By T. CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.D., Physician to the Leeds General Infirmary
V. On the Reduction of old Dislocations. By BERNARD E. BRODHURST, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
VI. On Traumatic Fever. By THOMAS P. PICK, Curator of the Pathological Museum
VII. On Paralysis of the Extensors. By REGINALD THOMPSON, M.D., F.R.S., Medical Registrar to the Hospital
VIII. Are there special Trophic Nerves? By HANDFIELD JONES, M.D., F.R.S., Physician to St. Mary’s Hospital
IX. On improved Methods of inducing and accelerating Labour, with the view of obtaining increased safety to Mother and Child. By ROBERT BARNES, M.D., Lecturer on Midwifery, &c. St. Thomas’s Hospital
X. On Counter-Irritation, considered in reference to the remote and indirect effects of local morbid changes. By W. H. DICKINSON, M.D., Assistant Physician to the Hospital
XI. A Hypothesis as to the ultimate destination of Glycogen. By WILLIAM OGLE, M.D., Assistant Physician to, and Lecturer on Physiology at the Hospital
XII. Case of Poisoning by Stramonium. By C. PAGET BLAKE, M.D. Edin., M.R.C.P. Lond., Consulting Physician to the Torbay Infirmary and Dispensary
XIII. Loss of Speech from the Bite of Venomous Snakes. By WILLIAM OGLE, M.D., Assistant Physician to the Hospital
XIV. Upon certain Morbid Conditions of the Appendages of the Liver. By JOHN W. OGLE, M.D., Physician to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Pathology
XV. A Case of Aneurysm. By R. J. LEE, M.B.
XVI. A Series of Fatal Cases of Poisoning. By JOHN W. OGLE, M.D., Physician to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Pathology
XVII. On the Treatment of Wounds by the application, of Carbolic Acid, on Lister’s method; showing the results of a Series of Cases so treated in this Hospital during the last few months. By T. HOLMES, Surgeon to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Surgery; and W. B. HOLDERNESSE, House-Surgeon to the Hospital
XVIII. Ophthalmic Department Report. By HENRY POWER, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Hospital
XIX. Pathological Observations. By THOMAS P. PICK, Curator of the Pathological Museum
XX. Report of the Medical Cases admitted during the year 1867-8. By REGINALD E. THOMPSON, M.D., Medical Registrar
XXI. Report of the Surgical Cases treated during the year 1867. By WILLIAM LEIGH, Surgical Registrar
XXII. Address to the Students of the Hospital on the Opening of the New School, October 1,1868. By HENRY W. ACLAND, Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford, and Honorary Physician to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Diagram of Medio-lateral Operation for Lithotomy
Obstruction of Bile-duct by enlarged Glands
Cyst of Pancreas, the result of Obstruction of its Duct
TWO Views of Aneurysm of the Aorta
Diagrams explanatory of this Case
Coloured Lithographs illustrating Cases in the Ophthalmic Report

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. V

CONTENTS
I. Jottings from Clinical Practice. By H. W. FULLER, M.D.
On Valvular Murmurs
Paracentesis Thoracis
Queries respecting so-called Uraemia
Calabar Bean as a Remedy in Chorea
Osteo-arthritis, or so-called Rheumatic Gout; its analogies, natural affinities, and antagonisms
The Secretions as Guides to Treatment
II. The Effects of Overwork and Strain on the Heart and great Blood-vessels. With illustrative Tracings. By T. CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.D
III. On Scarlet Fever. By E. COPEMAN, M.D.
IV. Cases of Accidental Poisoning. By C. PAGET BLAKE, M.D.
V. The Modern Treatment of Syphilis; based on the Evidence adduced before the Committee appointed to inquire into the Pathology and Treatment of the Venereal Disease, published in 1867. By EDGECOMBE VENNING, Esq.
VI. On Scrofula. By J. WARRINGTQN HAWARD, Esq.
VII. On Recurrent Insanity. By G. FIELDING BLANDFORD, M.D.
VIII. On Distrain of the Heart. Labio-glosso-laryngeal Paralysis. By REGINALD THOMPSON, M.D.
IX. Labio-glosso-laryngeal Paralysis. By W. B. CHEADLE, M.D.
X. On the Etiology of Pneumonia. By OCTAVIUS STURGES, M.D.
XI. On Ankylosis. By B.E. BRODHURST, Esq.
XII. Observations on Scarlet Fever, especially with reference to its Epidemic Character. By A. W. BARCLAY, M.D.
XIII. On the relative Influence of Bread, Honey, and Sugar upon the amount of Urea and Sugar excreted in Diabetes. By W. WADHAM, M.D.
XIV. On the recent Outbreak of Smallpox at St. George’s Hospital. By T. JONES, M.D.
XV. Results of Vaccination in St. George’s Hospital. By R. WILSON, Esq.
XVI. Results of Vaccination in the 1st Regiment of Life-Guards. By Enencomnn VENNING, Esq.
XVII. Annual Report of Medical Cases during the Year 1869. By REGINALD E. THOMPSON, M.D., Medical Registrar .
XVIII. Annual Report of Surgical Cases during the Year 1869. By WILLIAM LEIGH, Esq., Surgical Registrar
XIX. Ophthalmic Report from December 1868 to July 1870. By H. POWER, Esq.
XX. Ophthalmic Report from October 1870 to February 1871. By R. BRUDENELL CARTER, Esq.
XXI. Notes taken in a German Feld-Lazareth. By W. EWABT, Esq. (Student of the Hospital)

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. VII

CONTENTS
LIST OF PRIZEMEN
I. Questions connected with Vaccination. By EDWARD T. WILSON, M.D. Oxon.
II. On the Effect produced on the Capillary Circulation by the Injection of Putrid Fluids into the Lymphatic System of Amphibia. By JOHN CAVAFY, M.D. Lond.
III. Three Cases of Cerebral Disease ; with a Table of Cases of Tubercular Meningitis. By J. C. J. FENWICK, M.D. Cantab.
IV. Notes of Lectures on Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children. By R. J. LEE, M.D. Cantab.
V. Notes on some Cases of Death after Confinement. By CLEMENT WALTER, Esq.
VI. Notes on Midwifery. By R. P. WINTLE, Esq.
VII. On the Concurrence of Zymotic Diseases. By EDGAR G. BARNES, M.D. Lond.
VIII. Cases of Psoriasis. By C. HANDFIELD JONES, M.B. Cantab., F.R.S. .
IX. Exophthalmic Goître. By W. B. CHEADLE, M.D. Cantab.
X. The Principles of Ophthalmic Therapeutice. By R. BRUDENELL CARTER, Esq.
XI. A Case of Puerperal Blood-Poisoning. By HENRY FLY SMITH, M.B. Oxon.
XII. Illustrations of some of the more Unusual Forms of Disease of the Abdomen, with Comments on Fistulous Openings through the Walls of this Cavity. By John W. OGLE, M.D. Oxon.
XIII. History of a Case of Unreduced Dislocation of the Hip-Joint. By SAMUEL LEE, Esq.
XIV. On Pulsating Tumours which are not Aneurismal, and on Aneurisms which are not Pulsating Tumours. By T. HOLMES, Esq.
XV. On Consumption a Form of Septicæmia. By W. MARCET, M.D. Edin., F.R.S.
XVI. Flat-Foot. By CHARLES ROBERTS, Esq.
XVII. Two Cases of Carcinoma within the Abdomen ; with Observations on Pain as a Result of Pressure on Nerves. By JOHN W. OGLE, M.D, Oxon.
XVIII. Notes on Iodate of Calcium, Camphorated Phenol, and Salicylic Acid as Disinfectants. By S. W, MOORE, Esq.

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. VIII

PREFACE. In Memoriam R. Lee, M.D., and F. Sibson, MD.
LIST OF PRIZEMEN
I. The physical Development and the Proportions of the Human Body. By CHARLES ROBERTS, F.B.C.S.
II. Notes on the Development and Growth of Boys between Thirteen and Fourteen Years of Age. By G. CARBIGK STEET, F.R.C.S., Medical Oficer Postal Telegraph Staff, General Post Office
III. A Clinical Study of Retro-uterine Tumours. By ROBERT BARNES, M.D.
IV. The Causes and Outcome of Nerve-Degeneration. By G. F. BLANDFORD, M.D.
V. Cases of Meniere's Disease. By T. CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.D.
VI. On Ozaena. By WARRINGTON HAWARD, F.R.C.S.
VII. Remarks on the Discussion on Syphilis at the Pathological Society in Feb. 1876. By EDGCOMBE VENNING, F.R.C.S..
VIII. Group and Diphtheria. By E. L. Fox, M.D.
IX. Report of the Analysis of the Urine in Three Cases of Acute Rheumatism treated with Alkalies and Quinine, and Two Cases treated with Salicylate of Ammonia. By A. W. BARCLAY, M.D.
X. On the Efiect of Salicin, Salicylic Acid, and its Salts in the early Manifestations of Rheumatism ; with an Appendix showing the Results of their Administration in a Case of (1) Disease of the Hip-joint, (2) Erysipelas, (3) Diphtheria, (4) Tuberculosis. By T. WHIPHAM, MB, and B. T. POOLE COLLYNS
XI. Cases of rheumatism treated by Salicylate of Soda. By J OHN CAVAFY, M.D.
XII. On a Form of Non-malignant Induration of the Cervix Uteri. By Heywood SMITH, M.A., M.D.
XIII. Notes from the Skin Clinique of St. George’s Hospital. By T. WHIPHAM, M.B.
XIV. Clinical Contributions. By M. MACDONALD MCHARDY, Esq.
XV. On the Amputation-Book of St. George’s Hospital, No. II. ; with some Observations on the Antiseptic Treatment of Cases of Amputation. By T. HOLMES, F.R.C.S.
XVI. Intertubular Changes in Renal Disease. By H. HOWARD MURPHY, B.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
XVII. Research on Fat Absorption. By HERBERT WATNEY, M.A., M.D.
XVIII. Tabulation of Cases of Scarlatina during Twenty Years at St. George’s Hospital. By C. J. FENWICK, M.D.
XIX. Report of Medical Cases for 1874. By C. J. FENWIOK, M.D.
XX. Report of Medical Cases for 1875. By C. J. FENWICK, M.D.
XXI. Report of Medical Cases for 1876. By ISAMBARD OWEN, M.A., M.B.
XXII. Report of Surgical Cases for 1874. By E. R. ROWLAND, Esq.
XXIII. Report of Surgical Cases for 1875. By J. G. THRUPP, Esq.
XXIV. Report of Surgical Cases for 1876. By J. H. MORGAN, F.R.O.S.
XXV. Report of the Maternity Department from 1872 to 1876, inclusive. By G. S. HARPER, Esq.

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

Sin título

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 XIV- XV

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.Loose leaf inside front cover 'Isambard Owen', Photograph of Isambard Owen [From Issue 9, Vol IX, 1901, opposite page 149]; author unnamed

Vol XIV. Issue . pp. 'Index to Volume XIV', Index to Volume XIV; author unnamed, 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.1-2 'Farewell', Resignation of Sir William Bennett, At St George's from 1969-1905, Appreciation.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.2-7 'A Hundred Years Ago', Extracts from Medical Items, including patent remedies of the time, printed in the Observer Newspaper in 1805. ; William Barclay, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.7-8 'A Parody', Poem, A Parody (From the Cambridge Smoker); J.B., 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.8-9 'Mr C. L. Todd', Appreciation of Mr C. L. Todd on his resignation from the post of Superintendent and Secretary to St George's Hospital for more than 40 years.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.9-10 'Morbus Comitatus (Mania Electionis)', Satirical piece on the forthcoming General Elections; W. F. B., 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.10-11 'A Reverie', Poem; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.11-12 'At the Sign of the Dragon', Proposal to produce a series of articles on the History of St George's for the Gazette.; George C. Peachey, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.12-14 'School Notes', Appointment of Mr Lawrence Jones to replace Sir William Bennett, Appointments of Mr W. Fedde Fedden as Surgical Registrar, Dr Golla as Medical Registrar and Mr G. F. Darwall-Smith as Anaesthetist. Revival of the Guyoscope [Guy's Hospital Magazine], Report of the Ward Christmas Decorations on Tea Day, 27 Dec 1905, Patients' entertainment 29 Dec 1905, Report of recent Chess matches.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.14-16 'Reviews', The Physiology and Therapeutics of the Harrogate Waters by William Bain, Rawling's Landmarks, Second edition, A Manual of Physiology by G. N. Stewart, Clinical Obstetrics by Robert Jardine.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.17 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.17 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.17 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.18 'Births', A daughter to A. E. Carver, A daughter to R. E. Mounsey.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 1. pp.18 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 20 Jan 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.19 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.19-25 'Some Points in the Pathology of Oedema', A Paper read before the St George's Hunterian Society by R. Salusbury Trevor.; R. Salusbury Trevor, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.25-29 'At the Sign of the Dragon', History of St George's Hospital, Memoirs of the lives of St George's men, The origins of St George's from 1733 and the six founding physicians and four surgeons, Biographies of George Lewis Teissier, Alexander Stuart, Noel Broxolme, Simon Burton, David Ross.; George C. Peachey, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.30-32 'The Extern Maternity Department', Report and Review of the Maternity services in 1905. 377 mothers attended by hospital staff.; H. R., 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.32-34 'A Tablet', Satirical Article; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.34-35 'Valentines', Valentines to members of the staff using literary quotes.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.35 'School Notes', Regret at the result of the recent General Election, Update on the proposal to introduce white coats on the wards, Marble bust of Mr Allingham executed by Mr Toft to be installed in the corridor leading to the library, Shortcomings in the training for general practice.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.38-39 'Reviews', Biographic Clinics, Essays concerning the Influence of Visual function on the health of Patients by George M. Gould, A Handbook of Climatic Treatment including Balneology by W. R. Huggard.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.39-40 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.40 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the University of Cambridge, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.41 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.41 'Births', A son to C. R. Watson, A son to R. D. R. Crofton-Atkins.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Marriage', Rev Arthur Porcher Lance to Harriet Agatha Houssemayne du Boulay.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Death', Henry William Hubbard, died 28 Jan 1906, aged 50.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 17 Feb 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.Facing page 43 'Sir Edgcombe Venning', Photograph of Sir Edgcombe Venning.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.43 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.43-44 'Sir Edgcombe Venning', Biography of Sir Edgcombe Venning, previously House Surgeon and Surgical Registrar at St George's, ; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.44-47 'Some Points in the Pathology of Oedema', Continued from XIV, Issue 2, pages 19-25; R. Salusbury Trevor, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp. 48-51 'At the Sign of the Dragon', Portraits of Medical Men in Historical Accounts, Attempts to establish an English society for the study of Medical History.; George C. Peachey, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.51-54 'The Lay of the Last ""T. B.""', Poem (By permission of St Mary's Hospital Gazette).; J. B. R., 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.54 'Ancient and Medieval Chess', History of the Game of Chess.; W. F. B., 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.57-60 'The Strange History of Mary Ann Talbot', Biography of Mary Ann Talbot, born 1778, who dressed as a man and joined both the army and navy. Treated at St George's for old battle wounds of the leg, admitted for 7 months.; W. F. B., 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.60-63 'School Notes', Replacement of Mr Shield by Mr Harold Barwell as Surgeon to the Throat and Nose Department, Appointment of Mr F. W. Higgs as Demonstrator of Materia Medica and Pharmacology, Adoption of the wearing of White Coats on the wards, Obituary of Lt-Col H. W. Hubbard, 1856- 1906 (from the BMJ Obituaries column).; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.63-64 'Reviews', St Thomas's Hospital Reports, Vol XXXIII, Gynaecological Diagnosis by A. E. Giles, On Professional Education with Special Reference to Medicine by T. Clifford Allbutt.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.64 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906"

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.65 'Examination Results', Results of Recent Examinations of the University of London, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.65-66 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.66 'Births', A son to G. H. Pooley, A duaghter to C. Anders Ryman, A son to Harold Scatcliffe, A Daughter to H. E. South.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.66 'Marriage', Henry Lloyd Driver to Amy Vavasour Berridge.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 3. pp.66 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 17 Mar 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.67 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.67-70 'State Registration of Nurses', Discussion of recent Government proposals for State Registration of Nurses.; W. F. B., 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.70-74 'La Corrida', Account of the practice of Bullfighting in Spain.; H.R., 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.74-77 'At the Sign of the Dragon', History of St George's Hospital from 1735, Biographies of Charles Peters, John Baillie, Benjamin Hoadly, Addison Hutton.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.78-79 'School Notes', Retirement of Sister Whitmore, Proposal to start a Hockey team, Exhibition of the painting by Hogarth loaned to the Whitechapel Gallery, (a view of St George's Hospital with equestrian portrait of Count Solacio in the foreground, horse painted by Sartorius), Commemoration of St George's Day.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.80-81 'The Smoking Concert', Account with programme of the Smoking Concert held on 7 Mar 1906.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.81 'Football', Report of recent Rugby football fixtures.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.83 'Reviews', Aids to Surgical Diagnosis by W. H. Carson, A Manual of Diseases of the Eye by Charles H. May; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.83-84 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.84 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.85 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.85 'Birth', A son to W. B. Winton.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.86 'Marriages', L. E. Ellis to Evelyn le Hunte Barnes, T. S. Good to Constance Ella Colbeck, Stuart C. M. Nourse to Freda Pauline Desages.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.86 'Death', J. J. Williams, died 31 Mar 1906 aged 85.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 4. pp.86 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 19 May 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.87 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.87-89 'Looking Back: Review of Work', Some Forensic Aspects of Mental Disorders, Cases of Mary Ann Hunt (1847)and Mary Wright (1833) who pleaded pregnancy in stay of execution, Case of Arthur O'Connor who was accused of attempting to murder Queen Victoria but was found to be insane.; Robert Barnes., 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.90-92 'Correspondence', Controversy in the Tribune about the training of professional nurses, State Registration of nurses and keeping up to date, Content of nursing courses.; A. J. M. and X., 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.92-93 'Appendicitis', Poem; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.93-94 'The Hunterian Dinner', Report of the Annual Hunterian Dinner held on 15 Mar 1906 at the Criterion Restaurant.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.94-95 'The Nurses' Entertainment', Report of the Nurses' Entertainment held on 10-11 May 1906 attended by Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.95-100 'School Notes', Proposed installation of a Telephone in the Medical School,Ball on 2 May 1906 held at the Whitehall Rooms in aid of the Medical School Endowment Fund, Convertion of McCalmont and Fuller Wards to a Female and Burton to a Male Ward, Death of Frank Weatherdon Toms, St George's Hospital Trained Nurses' Institute to start in Oct 1906, State Registration of Nurses, William Osler lecture honouring Thomas Young.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.100102 'Reviews', Handbook of Surgery by George Burnside Buchanan, Anaesthetics: a Practical Handbook by J. Blumfeld, A Handbook for Midwives and Maternity Nurses by Comyns Berkeley, Clinical Bacteriology and Haematology for Practitioners by W. D'Este Emery, A Manual of Medicine by T. K. Munro.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.102 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Prizes awarded in May 1906.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.103 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the Royal College of Surgeons and the University of London.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.103-104 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.104 'Births', A son to Wilfred S. Fox, A son to W. A. Hubert, A (premature) daughter to Sir Isambard and Lady Owen; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.104 'Marriage', Frederick Pitcairn Nunneley to Lyonella Tollemache; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.104 'Death', Ethel Elizabeth Holland on 7 Jun 1906, daughter of Sir Isambard and Lady Owen, within a few hours of birth.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 5. pp.104 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Jun 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.105 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.105-107 'The Hospital Pharmacopoeia', Proposal to publish a new edition of the Hospital Pharmacopoeia, Criteria for format, inclusion and removal of drug information and dosages.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.107-110 'Some Recollections of Doctors', A lighthearted personal reminscence of experience of the medical profession, ; By an Ex-Cabinet Minister., 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.110-112 'Malaga', Account of a recent visit to Malaga.; Graham L. J. Wilson, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.113-114 'Hard Cases', Satirical Article in the form of Case Histories.; H. B. M., 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.114-115 'Graphic Society', Recent Graphic Society exhibition. No submissions from Dr E. A. Wilson, Contricbutions from Dr Dakin, Dr Drewett, Mr Dent's Photographs, Dr W. H. Dickinson, Dr G. F. Blandford, Mr Grimsdale, Dr Kerr, Some Illustrations from Dr Rolleston's [liver] book, Lantern slides presented by Dr G. F. Blandford, Demonstration of the properties of liquid air by Mr Addyman.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.115-117 'School Notes', Staffing of the Hospital during the summer, forthcoming publication of the History of St George's by Mrs Gordon, Nuisance caused by stopping and starting of motor omnibuses in the local streets, and concern expressed about the forthcoming underground railway; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.117-119 'Reviews', Phlebitis and Thrombosis, Hunterian Lectures by Warrington Haward, The Ship Surgeon's Handbook by A. V. Elder, Lectures on Midwifery for Midwives by A. B. Calder, Student's Handbook of Operative Surgery by W. I. de C. Wheeler, A Handbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology by W. A. Brend.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.119 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.120 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, Conjoint Board, and Brodie Prize for Surgery; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.121 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.121 'Birth', A daughter to Norman G. Bennet; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.121 'Deaths', John Henry Bridges on 15 Jun 1906, Richard Margerison on 20 Jul 1906 aged 54 years.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.122 'House Officers', List of current House-Surgeons, House-Physicians, Resident Obstetric Assistant and Assistant House-Officers.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 6. pp.122 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 31 Jul 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.123 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.123-125 'Editorial', Review of the previous year; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.125-126 'Quarter Centenary of Aberdeen University', Report of the celebrations held at Aberdeen University 25-28 Sep 1906 by the delegate sent by St George's Hospital Medical School.; F. Jaffrey, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.127-131 'School Notes', Article on the work of the Lady Almoner, Miss Mudd, in the Daily Telegraph, Renovation of the Surgeries and Theatres, New modern operating table, Forthcoming Hunterian Society programme, H. S. Barwell on Nasal Sinus Suppuration, Graham Little on Medical Folk Lore, W. F. Fedden on Some Experiences in the Surgery of Children, Ivor Back on the Relation between Innocent and Malignant Neoplasms, F Morley on the Remote Effects of Dental Caries, F. W. Higgs on Pulmonary Collapse, Lawrence Jones [no title], D. W. Roy on Diphteria of the Conjunctiva, Retirement of Mr Sheild from the staff, Resignation of Dr Rolleston from post of Pathologist to the Hospital, Appointment of Dr Trevor to post of Pathologist, Retirement of J. H. Artlett from post of dissecting room porter.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.131-138 'October the First', Report of the prize giving and dinner held on 1 Oct 1906, Allusion to Mr Dent as past President of the Alpine Club, Review of the previous year and achievements; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.138 'Reviews', Second Report of the Wellcome Research Laboratories, Khartoum by Andrew Balfour, Aneurysm of the Abdominal Aorta by F. P. Nunneley.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.139 'Correspondence', Proposal for the format of the new Hospital Pharmacopoeia.; X, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.139 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.139-140 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.140 'Examination Results', Results of Examinations of the University of London, Conjoint Board, London School of Tropical Medicine and Entrance Scholarships.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.141 'Birth', A Daughter to E. A. Houseman.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.141 'Marriages', James Stansfield Collier to Minna Maude Summerhayes, Sydney Carlile Davis to Saidie Pick, George de Castro to Lucy Palmer Lynn, Lancelot Hugh Downman Hale to Harriet Norton, Arthur C Latham to Ella Auga Petrea Larsen.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.141 'Deaths', Isabel Mary Chilcott, wife of Arthur Chilcott, on 6 Oct 1906 aged 36, Norman Wilfred Fox on 12 Aug 1906, infant son of Wilfred S. Fox, William Routh on 18 Aug 1906 aged 40 years, Whitley Bland Stokes on 27 Sep 1906 aged 42 years.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.142 'House Officers', Oct- Dec 1906; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.142 'Change of Address', New address of Dr Penrose.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 7. pp.142 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Oct 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.143 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.143-145 'The Almoner's Department', The Role of the Almoner's [social work] Department which has been present at St George's for seven years, Assessing the financial position of poor patients and entitlement to free treatment, Assessment of the home circumstances, nutrition and conditions of patients, St George's was the second hospital to appoint an almoner, and the first to organise visiting of maternity cases in the district, preventive role of Almoner and subsequent reduction in infant mortality, ; [Miss Mudd], 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.146-147 'Colonel Horsley's Address', Report of a talkon Volunteering by Colonel Walter C. Horsley, Commanding officer of the 20th Middlesex (Artists') Rifle Volunteers, 17 Oct 1906.; H. R., 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.148-152 'School Notes', Retirement of Night Nurse Mrs Lester, Retirement of Dr Wyndham Cottle, Death of Mr D. T. Morris, assistant dispenser, Legacy of £10,000 from Mrs Lewis-Hill, Training of Almoners who have taken posts at other hospitals, General meeting of the Amalgamation club, Progress report on the building of the new Nursing Institution in Montpelier Street, Hunterian Society lecture, Nasal Sinus Suppuration by Mr Barwell, Medical School Telephone now working, number 2562 Kensington, call charge tuppence in Metropolitan area.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.152-153 'Then and Now', Poem; H. B. M., 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.153-156 'Five Days in Belgium', Account of a trip to Belgium; D. C.-P., 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.156 'An Acrostic', Quiz, Answers in the Dec 1906 issue, page 169.; I. B., 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.157 'Correspondence', SatiricalLetter about the Game of Chess in 17th Century English from 'A Minister', dated 16 Apr 1680.; A Minister', 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.158-160 'Reviews', Retroperitoneal Hernia by B. G. A. Moynihan, Clinical Lectures on Enlargement of the Prostate by P. J. Freyer, Textbook on Diseases of the Heart by Graham Steell, Submucous Excision of the Deviations and Spurs of the Nasal Septum by St. Clair Thomson, Uterine Fibroids and other Pelvic Tumours, Lectures on Diseases of the Lungs by J. A. Lindsay, Report of the Board of Health on Plague in New South Wales by W. A. Gullick.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.161 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Dr F. W. Higgs appointed assistant Curator of the Museum.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.161 'Examination Results', Examination results of Royal College of Surgeons of England, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.161-162 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.162 'Births', A son to G. L. Thornton, a son to C. E. Last, A daughter to E. I. Spriggs.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.162 'Marriage', Robert Kennedy Graves to Kathleen Gladys Mary Schofield.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.162 'Death', David T. Morris, Assistant Dispenser, on 23 Oct 1906 aged 39.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 8. pp.162 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 20 Nov 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.Facing Page 163 'The Dissecting Room', Photograph of the [Anatomy] Dissecting Room in use with John H. Artlett pictured; Mr B. S. Taylor, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.163 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.163-167 'Folklore in its Relation to Medicine', Transcript of a Paper read by Dr E. Graham Little to the Hunterian Society, 22 Nov 1906, Role of Folklore in medical discoveries and innovations such as Vaccination, Cause of Scabies, Drugs, Chinchona, Salicylates, Digitalis, Religious Associations, Talismans, Treatment of Warts.; E. Graham Little, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.167-170 'School Notes', Picture of the Dissecting Room featuring John Artlett in the foreground, Retirement of Mr W. Adams-Frost, Ophthalmic Surgeon, 1870-1906, Election of Mr Pendlebury to full staff to succeed Mr Sheild, Dr Fox appointed to succeed Dr Wyndham Cottle as Physician in Charge of the Skin Department, Mr Fedden appointed as Assistant Surgeon, Testimonial to Mr C. L. Todd, previously Superintendent and Secretary, 44 years at St George's, Artlett Testimonial Fund, Free distribution of the Daily Telegraph in the Hospital, Answers to Acrostic published in Nov 1906 page 156, Visits by Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein and Duchess of Albany, Reports of Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Clinical cases including treatment of rodent ulcer [basal cell carcinoma] by radium, Folklore in its' relation to Medicine by Dr. E. Graham Little, and Experiences in the the Surgery of Childrens' Diseases by Mr Fedden.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.171 'At the Styx', Poem; G. H. R., 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.172 'The Hospital of San Jose at Lisbon', Description of the building and work of the Hospital of San Jose at Lisbon.; F. H. W. and C. H. S. F., 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.174-175 'The Smoking Concert', Report of recent Smoking Concert, 29 Nov 1906 at the Monico Restaurant, including detailed programme of performances.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.176-179 'Mosquito Work in Khartoum', Life cycles and Mosquito control methods used in Khartoum and the effects on Mosquito borne diseases.; G. A. J., 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.179-182 'Reviews', Elements of Practical Medicine by Alfred H. Carter, Glimpses of American Surgery in 1906 by C. H. Whiteford, Hypnotism and Suggestion by Edwin Ash, The Uses of X-Rays in General Practice by R. Higham Cooper, Syphilology and Venerial Disease by C. F. Marshall, Minor Maladies and their Treatment by Leonard Williams, Cancer of the Breast and its Operative Treatment by W. Sampson Handley, ; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.182-183 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. St George's Appointments and Reappointments.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.184 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge and London, Royal College of Surgeons and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.184 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.185 'Birth', A son to Arthur Grayling; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.185 'Marriages', W. C. Morley to Phoebe Harris, Arthur Burton to Olive Clare Leaf, Theodore Drysdale to Winifred Hewitt.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.185 'Deaths', Constance Drewitt, Staff Nurse on 12 Dec 1906 aged 29, Edmund Symes- Thompson on 24 Nov 1906 aged 69.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.186 'House Officers', Jan to Mar 1907.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XIV. Issue 9. pp.186 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 18 Dec 1906

Vol XV. Issue . pp. 'Index to Volume XV', ; author unnamed, 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.1-8 'Surgical Experiences with Children', First part of a Paper read to Hunterian Society on 6 Dec 1906; W. F. Fedden, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.8-9 'A Leaf from the Log of a Ship's Surgeon', Report of treatment of chronic renal disease and heart failure of the Captain of barque Heathfield by the ship's surgeon of the mailboat Oceana.; Arthur H. Tovey, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.9-12 'School Notes', Abolition of the post of Dean following the creation of the post of Warden of the Medical School, Retirement of Messrs Bailey, Tresawna and Rutherford and replacement by Messrs Hodge, Roy and Earle, Retirement of Sister Daly, Suggested names for the new tube station, Patient's Entertainment held on 31 Dec 1906, Nurses Entertainments 10 and 11 Jan 1907, Patients' Tea 27 Dec 1906, ; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.12-15 'Motoring for Medical Men', A personal view of the benefits, practicalities and costs of owning a motor car for members of the medical profession.; F. W. Chisman, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.15-18 'On Crookedness, or Distortions of the Spine (1789)', Review of an article from the Lady's Magazine published in 1789-90 with an accompanying recommendation for the apparatus from John Hunter written in 1788.; R. R. J. , 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.18-22 'Reviews', Aids to Medical Diagnosis by Arthur Whiting, Lessons on Massage by Margaret D. Palmer, Hints on the Management of Commoner Infections by R. W. Marsden, A Handbook of the Diseases of the Eyes and their treatment by H. R. Swanzy and Louis Werner, Tumours, Innocent and Malignant by J. Bland-Sutton, The Nursling by Professor Budin, ; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.22 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.23 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the Universiy of Cambridge and Conjoint Board, Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.24 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.24 'Births', A daughter to Sir Horace H. Pinching, a son to Gilbert E. Orme, a son to Herbert P. S. Devitt.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.25 'Marriage', L. C. Hunt to Louise Hansson.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.25 'Deaths', Lt. Col C. R. Bartlett, 6 Dec 1906, aged 48, Sophia Jane Tuke, widow of T. Harrington Duke, 5 Jan 1907 aged 82.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.25 'House Officers', Jan to Mar 1907.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 1. pp.26 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 29 Jan 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.27 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.27-31 'Surgical Experiences with Children', Second part of a Paper read to Hunterian Society on 6 Dec 1906; W. F. Fedden, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.31-32 'Valentines', Lighthearted article suggesting appropriate Valentine messages for various departments and staff.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.32-34 'School Notes', Visit to the Hospital by the Prince and Princess of Wales 7 Feb 1907, Bequest of £20,000 to the Hospital from Miss Anna Newton, Testimonial for Mrs Lester, night nurse, Satirical piece on the change of clothing worn in the operating theatre, ; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.35-38 'A Day's Fishing on the Dorset Stour', Account of a Boxing Day fishing on the Dorset Stour.; E. K. Le F. [Fleming], 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.38-39 'Answers to Correspondence', Lighthearted responses to presumed clinical questions.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.39-40 'Reviews', Aids to Surgery by Joseph Cunning, Anaesthetics by D. W. Buxton, The Essentials of Histology by E. A. Schafer, ; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.40 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.41 'Examination Results', Examination results of the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Physicians.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.41 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Births', A son to L. E. Ellis, a son to C. R. Keyser, a daughter to E. J. Wooley.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Deaths', Henry L. Albert on 5 Jan 1907, George Weldon on 29 Jan 1907 aged 52.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 2. pp.42 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 26 Feb 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.43 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.43-44 'A Proposal for a History of St George's Hospital.', A Proposal for a History of St George's Hospital; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.44-49 'Surgical Experiences with Children', Third part of a Paper read to Hunterian Society on 6 Dec 1906; W. F. Fedden, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.49-52 'School Notes', Testimonial to J. H. Artlett, Chess club report, Attack on Dr Russell Bencraft by and insane patient in Southampton, Completion of the building of the nearby Victoria and Albert Museum, ; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.52-54 'Insect Operators', The nature and effect of wasp stings on their prey.; G. D. H. Carpenter, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.54 'Hunterian Society', Report of Annual Meeting and Dinner of the Hunterian Society.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.56 'Correspondence', Letter of Thanks for Testimonial gift; J. H. Artlett, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.56-57 'Reviews', A Textbook of Opthalmic Operations, The Prevention of Cancer by C. B. Keetley, Cancer, its Treatment by Modern Methods by Edmund Owen, Antiseptic Methods for Surgical Nurses and Dressers by Harold Upcott, ; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.58 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.58-59 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.59 'Examination Results', Examination results of the University of Cambridge, Conjoint Board and recent Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.59 'Birth', A daughter to R. G. Murray.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.59 'Death', Thomas Edgelow, 5 Mar 1907 aged 65.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.60 'House Officers', Apr to Jun 1907.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 3. pp.60 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Mar 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.61 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.61-64 'Urethral Stricture', Part one of a paper on the Treatment of Urethral Stricture read before the Hunterian Society, 7 Mar 1907.; Lawrence Jones, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.65-66 'School Notes', Bequests to St George's Hospital, £10,000 from Miss Crokat, £5000 from Lord Allendale, Dr H. Spitta and Dr Fegen to represent St George's Hospital Medical School at the Sanitary Conference in Dublin, Staff covering for absent colleagues during the summer, Retirement of Sisters Sutherland and Moncton, Excerpt from the diary of Mr John B. Mercote written in 1791 which make reference to the hospital.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.67-70 'The Rhinoceros', Article about the African Rhinosceros.; H. Robinson, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.70-75 'St George's Hospital Fifty Years Ago', Reprint of an Article by Charles Dickens about a visit to St George's Hospital entitled ' St George and the Dragon' published in Household Words in Apr 1852, Visits to wards and departments, lecture rooms and the museum where he saw the half sovereign removed from Brunel and other foreign bodies removed from patients, and the post mortem theatre.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.75-76 'Correspondence', Call for members to join Cambridge Graduates Medical Club.; H. D. Rolleston, J. Blumfeld and Llewelyn Powell. Hunter Tod and Louis B Rawling., 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.76-77 'Reviews', Synopsis of the British Pharmacopoeia by H. Wippell Gadd, First Lines in Midwifery by G. Ernest Herman, Elements of Physics for Medical Students by F. J. M. Page, A Comparitive Study of the Influence of Cod-Liver oil on Nutrition by J. W. Wells.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.77 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.78 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.78-79 'Examination Results', Recent Examination Results of the Universities of Cambridge and Durham and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.79 'Births', A son to J. W. W. Adamson; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.79 'Marriages', Edward William Dewey to Annie Elizabeth Langley, Sidney Herbert Nathan to Ida Mary Fairbairn, J. H. D. Phelps to Lucy Olive Parker.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.80 'House Officers', Apr to Jun 1907.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 4. pp.80 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 14 May 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.81 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.81-83 'Obituary', Robert Barnes, Consulting Obstetric Physician to St George's Hospital, 4 Sep 1817-12 May 1907, ; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.83-88 'The Treatment of Urethral Stricture', Part two of a paper on the Treatment of Urethral Stricture read before the Hunterian Society, 7 Mar 1907.; Lawrence Jones, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.88-90 'Dr McClure of Auchenfechan, N. B. to the Editor.', Lighthearted article written in colloquial Scots dialect.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.91-93 'School Notes', Death of Dr Robert Barnes, Testimonial to Mr Todd, Elected House Committee to take the place of the Weekly Board, Death of Governor, Major General Gifford, Retirement of Sister Dalton, Hospital Pharmacopoeia now in press, Decrease in students entering Medical Schools across the country, Forthcoming Graphic Society Meeting and Exhibition.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.93 'Correspondence', Crutches to Help Cripple Children; W. P. Treloar, Lord Mayor, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.94-96 'The Lady Almoner's Report, 1906', Summary of the work of the Lady Almoner's Department for 1906 with detailed statistics; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.96-99 'Reviews', Diseases of Women by G. E. Herman, The Diagnosis and Modern Treatment of Pulmonary Consumption by Arthur Latham, The Probable Origin of Syphilis in Europe by L. Bousfield, The Microscope and How to Use It by T. Charters White, Manual of Anatomy by A. M. Buchanan; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.100 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.100 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.101 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the Universities of Cambridge, London, Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons and University of Brussels, Awards of Prizes.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.101 'Births', A daughter to Stanley P. Mummery, A son to Bertram Cooper.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.102 'Marriage', Major R. G. Turner to Maria Beatrice Ommanney.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.102 'Deaths', Robert Barnes, 12 May 1907, George Payne Best, 7 May 1907 aged 63, William Seymour Burrows, 8 May 1907, Maxwell Tylden Masters, 30 May 1907, Lecturer in Botany at St George's from 1865-1868.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 5. pp.102 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 18 Jun 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.103 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.103-108 'Some Avoidable Errors in Diagnosis', Some Avoidable Errors in Diagnosis, Read before a Medical Society by a Country G. P. Personal experiences and Case histories; G. H. R., 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.108-112 'The Treatment of Urethral Stricture', Part three of a paper on the Treatment of Urethral Stricture read before the Hunterian Society, 7 Mar 1907.; Lawrence Jones, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.112-113 'School Notes', Closing down of the School during the summer, Closure of the Out-Patient Department during Aug and some wards during Sep, 100th Birthday of Sir Henry Pitman, Knighthood awarded to Sir Herbert Mackay Ellis, Reinstatement of role of Dean and appointment of Dr E. I. Spriggs, Library reported gifts of three volumes of MS. notes of John Hunter's Lectures. £500 legacy from the will of Robert Barnes to be used to fund a brass memorial tablet for the Robert Barnes Laboratory.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.113 'Dyspepsia', Poem; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.114-115 'The Graphic Week', Report of the Eighteenth annual meeting of the Graphic Society, Pathological drawings by G. H. Carpenter and photographs by Mr Harris, Watercolours by Dr Dakin, the President and Dr Slater, Photographs by Mr Dent, Dr Swan, Dr Robinson, B. S. Taylor and C. G. Gunning. Carved wood panels by Fleet Surgeon Andrewes, Lantern slide exhibition of slides of Egypt by Dr Blandford, Cinematograph display sponsored by Mr Charles Urban, Entertainment by Mr Barclay Gammon.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.115-117 'Insect Nest-Makers', Further article about the biology of Sand-Wasps.; G. D. H. Carpenter, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.117-121 'The M. D. (Brux.)', The reasons why practitioners who have qualified in London turn to Brussels to obtain the title of doctor and the method of obtaining this qualification by taking the final Conjoint examination in Brussels.; H. S. Faber., 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.121 'Reviews', A Dictionary of Medical Diagnosis by H. L. McKisack, St Thomas's Hospital Reports for 1905, Bilharziaosis by F. C. Madden, Gout by Arthur P. Luff, On Treatment by Harry Campbell, Diseases of the Larynx by F. W. Hewitt.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.124 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.125 'The Services', Knighthood awarded to Herbert Mackay Ellis, Honorary Physician to the King.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.125 'Examination Results', Examination results of the University of Cambridge, Royal College of Surgeons and Conjoint Board, Recent Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.126 'Births', A daughter to Captain R. B. Ainsworth, a son to Desborough Brodie, a daughter to Frederic S. Cowan, a son to C. M. Heanley.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.126 'Marriage', R Temple Harrison to Jennie Louise Bradford.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.126 'House Officers', Jul-Sep 1907.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 6. pp.126 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.Facing Page 127 'Timothy Holmes', Photograph of Timothy Holmes, by permission of the Lancet.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.127 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.127-130 'Obituary', Obituary of Timothy Holmes, previously Curator of the Museum, Surgeon at St George's Hospital, Lecturer in Anatomy, Author, Appointed to the staff following the unexpected death of Henry Gray.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.131-141 'Dr Ewart's Address', Text of the inaugural Address given by Dr Ewart, ; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.141-144 'School Notes', Death of Timothy Holmes, Retirement of Miss Smedley from the post of Matron, Upcoming Hunterian society programme, Recent meeting of the Hunterian Society with lecture on Comfort in Anaesthesia byDr Ll. Powell, Resignation of Dr Nachbar from the post of Resident Medical Officer, Publication of Official Pharmacopoeia, cost one shilling, Golf club results, Presentation of a clock to the Hospital by Dr Jaffrey for use in the small theatre.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.144-145 'The Annual Dinner', Report of the Annual Dinner, 1 Oct 1907, at the Whitehall Rooms, ; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.146 'The Barnes Memorial', Unveiling of the Brass Tablet Memorial to Dr Barnes in the Pathological Laboratory, Text of the speech ade by Dr Latham.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.147-150 'Reviews', Anaesthetics and their Administration by Frederick W. Hewitt, Malaria by W. H. S. Jones, Insanity and Allied Neuroses by G. H. Savage, Some Successful Prescriptions by A. H. Hart, Surgical Applied Anatomy by Sir Frederick Treves and Arthur Keith, Nerve Diseases by L. A. Clutterbuck, Hygeine and Public Health by L. C. Parkes, Textbook of Organic Chemistry for Medical Students by Dr G. v. Bunge, The Reduction of Cancer by the Hon Rollo Russell; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.150-151 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.151 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.151-152 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Oxford and Durham, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries, Recent Prizes and Scholarships.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.152 'Births', A son to James Collier, a son to H. M. Cooper, a son to Rev A. G. Locke, a daughter to H. R. Mansell, a daughter to F. P. Nunneley, a son to G. F. Smith, a son to S. S. H. Underhill.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.153 'Marriages', Beamont H. Comerford to Elizabeth Shaw-Woodgate, Frederick Wm. Longhurst to Cornelia Chisholm Dalton.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.153 'Deaths', Timothy Holmes on 8 Sep 1907, aged 82 years, John Michael Drewe Locke, son of Rev A. G. Locke aged 15 days.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.153 'House Officers', Oct 1907- Jan 1908.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 7. pp.154 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 31 Oct 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.155 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.155-161 'Comfort in Anaesthesia', Text of paper read to the Hunterian Society by Ll. Powell; Ll. Powell, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.162 'Obstetrica Dicta', The medical experience of obstetric practice undertaken in the district.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.163-166 'School Notes', Meeting of the Amagamation Club, Relaxation of prohibition of smoking in the Luncheon room, Award of K. C. B. to Professor Clifford Allbutt, equipment of surgeries with poison antidote cupboards and electric lights, Appointment of Miss E. McCall Anderson as Matron, subscription of Lewis's Lending Library, Resignation of Mr Davenport as Secretary of the Hospital, Chess club report.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.166-167 'From Alia-Al-ia, Travelling in a Far Country, unto Anan-ias, his Kinsman.', Report of a recent visit to the area; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.168 'Obituary', Mr Francis Woodhouse Braine, 1837-1907, previously, House surgeon, Surgical Registrar, Demonstrator in Anatomy and Anaesthetist at St George's Hospital; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.168-169 'Reviews', Third Annual Report of the Henry Phipps Institute for the study of Tuberculosis in Philadelphia, Opthalmia Neonatorum by Sydney Stephenson, The St George's Hospital Pharmacopoeia.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.170 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.170 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.171 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the University of Durham and Royal College of Surgeons, Recent Prize awarded.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.171 'Deaths', Robert Fitzroy Benham, 3 Nov 1907, aged 54 years, Francis Woodhouse Braine, 29 Oct 1907, aged 71 years.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 8. pp.172 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 28 Nov 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.Facing page 173 'Sir Thomas Clifford Allbutt', Photograph of Sir Thomas Clifford Allbutt, Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge University; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.173 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.173-174 'Sir Thomas Clifford Allbutt', Biography of Sir Thomas Clifford Allbutt, Opthalmologist who introduced the Opthalmoscope to Britain, Author of First textbook of Opthalmology in English, Editor of A System of Medicine.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.174-179 'Medicine and Medical Schools in America', The current state and standard of Medical Training in the United States of America and Canada, Staffing and Medical Practice, Financing of medical care and Private wards; H. D. Rolleston., 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.179-181 'School Notes', Lectures by Dr Latham on Pneumonia and its' Treatment and Dr Tuke on Insanity at the Hunterian Society, Appointment of Dr G. A. Simmons as Senior Radiographer, Lecture by Dr Trevor on Coroners' Courts and their Lessons at the Hunterian Society, Dr F. W. Higgs gave Evidence to the Home Department on the question of ambulance provision in the Metropolis, Brass plate in memory of Timothy Holmes erected in Drummond Ward, Wedding of Sir Isambard Owen.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.181-186 'Mimicry', Mimicry in the Natural World. Natural History article mainly about Insects.; G. D. H. Carpenter, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.186-187 'Reviews', Aids to Pathology by Harry Campbell, The Opsonic Method of Treatment by R. W. Allen.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.187-188 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. R Salusbury Trevor appointed Curator of the Museum with Assistant Curator, G. E. Friend, F. W. Higgs appointed Medical Registrar, Ivor G. Back appointed Surgical Registrar, G. F. Darwall Smith appointed Obstetric Registrar.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.188 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.189 'Examination Results', Examination result of University of London; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.189 'Marriages', Lt. Col. G. E. Weston to Laura EmilyKenney, Horace Fagan to Dorothy Angus Read.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

Vol XV. Issue 9. pp.190 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 19 Dec 1907

St George's Hospital Gazette, volumes XVI- XVII

Vol XVI. Index to Volume XVI 'Index to Volume XVI', Index to Volume XVI; author unnamed, 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.1-2 'Dr William Ewart', Biography of Dr William Ewart, Assistant Physician at St George's 1882-1887, Physician from 1887 to 1907. Retired Dec 1907.; W. H. B., 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.3-5 'Bush-Buck Hunting in the Elansberg Mountains, Cape Colony', Part of a letter from a Medico in South Africa to his sister at St George's Hospital.; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.5-6 'The St. George's Hospital Trained Nurses' Institute.', The St. George's Hospital Trained Nurses' Institute. Opened 1 Oct 1907, Seven nurses engaged up to Jan 1908, Rates of Pay during training, ; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.6-11 'School Notes', Concerns about the timing of the Jan examinations, report of 'an explosion of a shell' during Breakfast in the Board room, Annual Nurses' Tea Party 30 Dec 1907, Conversion of the room above the Museum into a small School of Anatomy with regular lectures. Appointment of Mr Fedden as Lecturer in Surgical Anatomy, Appeal for Anatomical teaching models or diagrams and dissections to be sent to the Anatomical Museum for use in teaching, Paper on the Metropolitan Police read by Mr Dent, 19 Dec 1907, ; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.-12 'A Letter', Satirical Letter from a Laboratory Mouse; Mus, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp. 12 'A "Cottage" Idyll.', Poem; T. A., 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.14-15 'Reviews', Medical Laboratory Methods and Test by H. S. French, A Guide to the Administration of Ethyl Chloride by G. A. H. Barton; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.15 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.15 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.16 'Examination Results', Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.16 'Births', A son to Arthur S. Norley, a daughter to Cecil E. Last, a son to Sidney H. Nathan; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.16 'Marriage', Herbert Owen to Adolphine Bertha Bradford; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.16 'Death', P. C. Scott, 10 Jan 1908 aged 51.; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 1. pp.16 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.17 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.17-20 'Ancient Medicine', History of Medieval Medicine. Part 1.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.21-23 'Norway in Winter', Account of a Skiing trip in Norway.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.24-26 'School Notes', Appointment of Dr [James Stansfield]Collier as Physician, and Dr [Frederick Lucien]Golla as Assistant Physician, Problems with a Hospital Chimney, Medical naming of Racehorses, Dr Spriggs, Diabetes and its Treatment, paper read at the Hunterian Society, An Opthalmological Acrostic by R. R. J. and C. F.[Solution Vol XVI. 2, page 42], Hunterian Society Paper, Carcinoma of the Breast by Mr English; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.26-27 'Correspondence', Tenth Annual Dinner of the Dispensary Staff from Pythias, The Chelsea Pageant from A, William West and T. Harry Irvine.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.27-28 'Valentines', Lighthearted article suggesting appropriate Valentine messages for various departments and staff.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.29-30 'Reviews', An Essay Upon Disease by G. E. Richmond, Aids to Surgery by Joseph Cunning, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine Vol 1, No 1, Nov 1907, Diseases of the Nose and Throat, Receipt of a sample of Formamint tablets from A. Wulfing and Co.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.30 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.30-31 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.31 'Examination Results', Examination results of University of Cambridge [incorrectly placed in the Services section above], Royal College of Physicians, Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.32 'Births', A daughter to Norman J. McCaskie,a son to Arthur S. Morley.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.32 'Marriages', Percy Alfred Hayne to Emily Anderson, Harold Shuttleworth Barwell to Evelyn Foster-Palmer; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 2. pp.32 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.33 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.33-36 'Ancient Medicine', History of Medieval Medicine. Part 2.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.37-42 'Medical Practice at Sea', The work and experiences of a Ships' Surgeon.; Hamilton S. Faber, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.42-45 'School Notes', Solution to Feb Acrostic, Recent theft from the museum of surgically removed foreign body [coin removed from Isambard Kingdom Brunel], Chelsea Pageant, Boxing club, Hunterian Society paper, 19 Mar 1908, Alcohol by Sir Edgcombe Venning.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.45-46 'Reviews', Essentials of Cytology by Charles Edward Walker, The Principles of the Treatment of Gout by Alfred W. Sykes.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.46 'Correspondence', Proposed new Athletic Union from W. Bevan Whitney.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.47 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. J. A. Torrens appointed Assistant Curator to St George's Hospital.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.47 'House Officers', Mar to Jul 1908; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.47 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.48 'Examination Results', Examination of University of Cambridge; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.48 'Birth', A son to Dr E. K. Lee.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.48 'Marriage', John Henry Pearson Fraser to Norah Sanders.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.48 'Deaths', St. George C. Reid, 23 Jan 1908, aged 48, William Bertram Cooper, 5 Mar 1907, aged 39, George T. A. Staff, 15 Feb 1908, aged 68.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 3. pp.48 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 26 Mar 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.Facing page 49 'Henry Gray', Portrait of Henry Gray, Henry Pollock Photo, Swan Electric Engraving Company.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.Insertion between pages 48 and 49 'Letter from B. C. Brodie', Facsimile of letter about Henry Gray from [Sir] B. [Benjamin] C. Brodie to Charles Hawkins, dated Jun 15 1861, written following the death of Henry Gray, Letter sent to Henry Gray's mother by Dr Barclay.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.49 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.49-54 'Henry Gray', Biography of Henry Gray, 1827-1861, Perpetual Student from 1845, Kinnerton Street, Awarded Triennial Prize of the Royal College of Surgeons 1848, House Surgeon from 1850, Fellow of the Royal Society 1852, The Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical, illustrated by Henry Vandyke Carter, published 1858, Applied for post of Assistant Surgeon in 1861 but died of Smallpox before being interviewed. ; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.54-56 'Side-Flashes on the Maternity Department: or, "The St. George's Gentlemen"', Lighthearted article on the St George's Maternity services.; Anon, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.56-57 'Crossing the Line', Account on the ceremony of Crossing the Line [Equator] aboard ship.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.57 'School Notes', Demonstration by Dr. Samuel Rideal at the Seamen's Hospital of the Rideal- Walker test for the strength of antiseptics, Visit of Mr A. J. Balfour and Sir Edgcombe Venning to the Bacteriological and Public Health departments of the school including the new Pierce-Duncombe laboratory, demonstration of apparatus for the cultivation of trypanosomes by Dr. Harold Spitta, Annual Dinner of the Hunterian Society 17 Mar 1908, Support and Head rest for patients with heart disease patented by Sister Rowson of Williams ward. ; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.58 'A Possible Impediment in the Evolution of Medicine', The laboratory as a necessity in the study of medicine, The need for doctors to train in this speciality.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.59-60 'Reviews', Transactions of the Cremation Society of England, The pocket anatomy by C. H. Fagge, The Irony of Marriage by Basil Tozer, Diseases of the Nervous System by H. Campbell Thomson, Electrical Treatment by Wilfred Harris,; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.60 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.61 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.61 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Royal College of Physians, University of Cambridge, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.62 'Births', A daughter to Lady Owen, A daughter to Norman C. Bennett, a son to W. A. Hubert, a son to Wilfred Fox.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.62 'Marriages', Henry Buckley Roderick to Hilda Mary Clay, Ivon H. S. Hawes to Evelyn Annie Robinson.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.62 'Deaths', J. G. B. Gowand, 18 Mar 1908 aged 39, Charles Norton Hayman, 20 Apr 1908 aged 55.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 4. pp.62 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 21 May 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.Facing page 63 'Humphry Davy Rolleston', Photograph of Humphry Davy Rolleston by Mr Harris.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.63 'Contents', Table of Contents; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.63-64 'Humphry Davy Rolleston', Biography of Humphry Davy Rolleston, Senior Physician at St George's, Curator of the Museum 1890, Lecturer in Pathology 1891, Assistant Physician 1893, Physician to the Hospital 1898, Author of Diseases of the Liver, Gall-Bladder and Bile Ducts, 1905, ; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.64-71 'A Paper on the Position which Alcohol, holds with Reference to Health and Disease', Paper by Sir Edgecombe Venning read to the Hunterian Society 19 Mar 1908.; Sir Edgecombe Venning, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.70-71 'School Notes', Memoir of Dr Edmund Symes-Thompson, Appointment of Dr A. Bagshawe as Director of the Bureau to investigate Sleeping Sickness, Visit by Dr Cabot of Philadelphia, Pictures of John Hunter and Thomas Young lent to the Gallery at the Franco-British Exhibition, Transformation of Burton ward into an Electrical Department.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.71-73 'Beyond Expectation!', Poem; J. B. , 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.73-76 'Reviews', Golden Rules of Venereal Disease by C. F. Marshall, Materia Medica and Pharmacy for Medical Students by R. R. Bennett, Hygeine of the Lung in Health and Disease by Professor Leopold von Schrotter, Essentials of Surgery by Alwyne S. Compton, Guide to Diagosis in Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by Dan McKenzie, Minor Maladies and their Treatment by Leonard Williams, Quain's Anatomy, 11th Edition, The Romance of Medicine by Ronald Campbell Macfie.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.76 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.76-77 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.77 'Examination Results', Examination Results of University of Cambridge, Royal College of Surgeons and Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.78 'Birth', A daughter to Frank Romer.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.78 'Death', Theodore Duka on 5 May 1908, aged 83.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 5. pp.78 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.79 'Contents'; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.79-88 'Immunity', A Paper read before the St George's Hunterian Society by Charles Slater.; Charles Slater., 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.88-89 'Prize Distribution at St George's Hospital', Prizes awarded by the Earl of Plymouth, 24 Jun 1908; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.89-91 'The Orkney Islands as a Holiday Resort', Impressions gathered during Jun to Sep 1907.; H. A. B., 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.91-92 'The Graphic Society', Report of recent exhibit of the Graphic Society, week ending 20 Jun 1908, President Dr. Fielding Blandford, Lecture, An Evening with Punch, Demonstrations of Glass blowing by Baird and Tatlock, potting by Messrs. Stiff and Sons, Lecture on Radiant matter by Mr Addyman, Cinematograph display by Messrs. Wilkinson, Micro-Cinematographs by Dr E. J. Spitta.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.93 'Correspondence', Anti smoking pamphlet from Monitor; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.93-96 'School Notes', Complimentary dinner on the Retirement of Dr Wlliam Ewart, Senior Physician 1882-1907, Pan-Anglican Congress meeting of Nurses held at the Great Hall, Church House, Westminster, 23 Jun 1908. Suffragettes meeting in Hyde Park, 21 Jun 1908, Biography of Sir Henry Pitman, Emeritus Registrar of the Royal College of Physicians and Consulting Physician to St George's Hospital, aged 100 on 1 Jul 1908, Death of the hospital Tortoise, 9 Jul 1908, Annual meeting of the Hunterian Society, 9 Jun 1908.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.96-97 'Nursing News', Appointment of Miss E. S. H. Watson to Assistant Matron, Other nursing appointments.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.97-99 'Reviews', The Heart and Sudden Death by Theodore Fisher, Clinical Methods by Robert Hutchison, Aids to Opthalmology by N. Bishop Harman, Diseases of the Eye by May and Worth, Handbook of Medicine and Therapeutics by Wheeler and Jack, The Pocket Osteology by Philip Turner, Aids to Tropical Medicine by G. E. Brooke, Songs of the Downs and Dunes by Habberton Lulham, A Text-Book of Treatment, Part 1, Obstetrics and Gynaecology by John Campbell, Points of Practice in Maladies of the Heart by Sir James Sawyer.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.100 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.100 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford and London, Conjoint Board and recent Prize.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.101 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.101 'Births', A son to T. Saxty Good, a son to Theodore Drysdale, a daughter to Harold H. E. Seatliff. ; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.101 'Marriage', Herbert Pinto Leite to Dorothy Wilson.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.102 'House Officers', Jul-Sep 1908; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 6. pp.102 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Jul 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.103 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.103-104 'Editorial ', History of the Editorship of the Gazette and the role of the magazine.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.104-105 'October the First', Report of the opening meeting of the School year, Address by Dr Charles Slater, Annual Dinner at the Whitehall Rooms of the Hotel Metropole.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.105-110 'Some Notes on the Yellow Ant', Some Notes on the Yellow Ant, Entomological article.; C. D. H. C., 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.110-112 'School Notes', Resumption of Weekly Clinicl Lectures, Status of the Conjoint Examination held by those students who do not proceed to a University Degree, Proposal to set up a board appointed jointly by the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons and the University of London, Summer renovations to the buildings, List of forthcoming meetings of the Hunterian Society. ; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.112-115 'St. George and the Dragon', Satirical Piece. ; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.115-116 '"Dr" Harper', An interview with William Thomas Kennersley Harper, born 20 Jun 1854, Post mortem porter at St George's Hospital 1884.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.117-118 'Reviews', Clinical Bacteriologyand Haematology by W. D'Este Emery, The Sexual Disabilities of Man by Arthur Cooper, Electric ions and their Use in Medicine by Professor Stephane Leduc, Landmarks and Surface Marking by L. B. Rawling, A Synopsis of Surgeryby E. W. Hey Groves, The Theory of Ions by William Tibbles, Manual of Medical Jurisprudence, Toxicology and Public Health by W. G. Aitchison.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.118 'Appointments and Examinations', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Examinations of Royal College of Physicians and Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.119 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Scholarships and Prizes; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.119 'Births', A daughter to R. E. Mounsey, a daughter to W. B. Swete-Evans, a daughter to Edmund Ivens Spriggs.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.119-120 'Marriages', Digby Cotes Preedy to Margaret Frances Bradley, Henry Webster orley to Lillian Gertrude Cairns.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.120 'Deaths', Frederick McDowell, 6 Jul 1908, aged 43, Thomas Orme Dudfield, 30 Jul 1908, aged 73, John Taylor, 4 Sep 1908 aged 90.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.120 'House Officers', Oct -Dec 1908.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 7. pp.120 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 22 Oct 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.Facing Page 121 '"Dr" Harper', Photograph of "Dr" Harper in the Post-Mortem Room.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.121 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.121-136 'The Laboratory in Medical Education and Practice', Text of the Introductory Address given by Dr Charles Slater; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.136-140 'School Notes', On borrowing beds, Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Some cases from a Children's Hospital by Dr. J. A. Torrens, Extract of a letter from Mr Urich Leschke, from Bonn, to Dr Spriggs following a two month visit to St George's, Hunterian society lecture, 8 Oct 1908, The Routine Examination of Eye cases by Mr R. R. James, forthcoming Charity concert in aid of St George's, 27 Nov 1908 at the Queen's Hall.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.140 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.141 'Examination Results', Examination result of University of Cambridge.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.141 'Indian Medical Service', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.141 'Deaths', William Dewsnap, 16 Oct 1908, Frederick S. Cowan, 20 Oct 1908 , Henry Alfred Pitman, 6 Nov 1908 aged 100.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.141-142 'Obituary', Frederick S. Cowan, 20 Oct 1908 from Angina Pectoris, aged 57.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.142 'House Officers', Oct-Dec 1908; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 8. pp.142 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Nov 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.Facing Page 143 'The Robert Barnes Pathological Laboratory', Photograph of the Robert Barnes Pathological Laboratory taken by Mr Harris.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.143 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908
Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.143-144 'Obituary', Obituary of Sir Henry Pitman, 1 Jul 1808-6 Nov 1908, aged 100, Student at St George's, graduated 1831, Assistant Physician 1846, Physician 1847.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.144-145 'From Our Medical Critic', Satirical articele on disease in the form of a concert review.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.145-148 'School Notes', Hunterian Society meeting, 19 Nov 1908, Medicine and the Sister Sciences by Mr Phillips, Report of Madame Pauline Donalda's Concert in aid of St George's Hospital, 27 Nov 1908 at the Queen's Hall, Retirement of Miss Horne, Table of forthcoming Clinical Lectures Jan - Feb 1909, Hunterian Society Lecture, Experiences in the Prison Medical Service by Mr C. H. J. Fagan, Advertisements for Private nursing home and Resident patient for a Doctor's family.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.149-150 'St George's Hospital Club', Outline of the membership and role of the Hospital Club and request for members to update contact details for the Hospital Directory, Balance Sheet of the St George's Amalgamation Club 1907-8; T. Crisp English and C. J. Blaikie., 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.151 'A Duologue', Comic Poem; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.152 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.152 'School Appointments', Curator of the Museum, Dr Trevor, Assistant Curator, Dr Torrens, Medical Registrar, Dr Higgs, Surgical Registrar, Mr Back, Obstetric Registrar, Dr Darwall-Smith, Resident Obstetric Assistant, Mr Sebastian, Anaesthetists, Dr Blumfeld, Dr Powell, Dr Longhurst.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.152 'Examinations', Examination results of University of Oxford, London and Royal College of Surgeons.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.153 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.153 'Births', A daughter to T. Crisp English, a son to Charles A. Hill, a son to Harold S. Barwell.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.153 'Marriages', Frederick Lucien Golla to Therese Haussaire, Francis Marshall to Agnes Hollist.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.153 'Death', Edward Whishaw Henley, 14 Nov 1908, aged 54.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.154 'Reviews', A manual of Surgery by Rose and Carless, Applied Anatomy by J. McLachlan, Husband's Practice of Medicine, A Dictionary of Medical Treatment by Arthur Latham, A textbook of Diseases of the Ear by Macleod Yearsley, Quain's Elements of Anatomy vol III, Infected Ears by F. Faulder White; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.155 'Changes of Address', List of changes of address of staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVI. Issue 9. pp.155 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 22 Dec 1908

Vol XVII. Issue . pp.Index to Volume XVII 'Index to Volume XVII', ; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.Facing Page 1 'Mr H. B. Grimsdale', Photograph of Mr H. B. Grimsdale; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.1 'Mr H. B. Grimsdale', Biography of Mr Harold Barr Grimsdale, Opthalmic Surgeon to the Hospital since 1906.; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.2-16 'The Routine Examination of Eye Cases', Text of a Lecture given to the Hunterian Society, The Routine Examination of Eye Cases by R. R. James, 8 Oct 1908.; R. R. James, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.17-18 'School Notes', Details of the new Anaesthetics Prize instituted by an anonymous donor, Annual entertainment to the patients by "the Crickets", 8 Jan 1909, Appointment of R. R. James as Opthalmic Registrar, Dr Harold Spitta appointed fist appointee to the post of Bacteriologist to His Majesty's Household, Return of the skin of Jenner's cow from the Franco-British Exhibition. The skin has been moved from the curator's room and placed in a glass fronted case to be installed on the wall of the Robert Barnes Laboratory, Annual Patient's tea, 31 Dec 1908 attended by Princess Victoria.; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.18-19 'Nursing News', First Annual meeting of the Trained Nurses' Institute, 14 Dec 1908, opened 1 Oct 1907, staff now eleven nurses, Report of St George's Maternity and Health Society for 1907, tabulated report of number of births, and first year outcomes including causes of death where known.; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.19-20 'Reviews', The Medical Inspection of School Children, Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by Wm. Lamb, ; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.20 'St George's Hospital Club', Detailed list of Contributors and Contributions to the Club; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.22 'Notices', Advertisements for consulting room suite, resident patient wanted and places in nursing home for mental and nervous diseases.; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 1. pp.22 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 15 Jan 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.21 'Contents', List of Contents [pages misnumbered, this edition starts with page 21]; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.21-22 'A Few Words', Aims of the Gazette and call for Contributions; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.22-26 'Colour Photography', History of Photography and the emergence of the technique of Colour Photography. Detailed technical article.; H. G. Drake-Brockman., 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.26-27 'Harley's Treat', Poem; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.27 'School Notes', Nursing staff entertainment, 21 Jan 1909, Annual Hunterian Dinner and Smoking Concert to be held on 18 Mar 1909, Indoor Training [exercise] bicycle for use of house staff and in inclement weather, Description of the Club Luncheon Room, ; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.29-31 'Nurses' Entertainment ', Report of the Nurses' Entertainment held on 14-15 Jan 1909 and attended by Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein including full programme of concert performances.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.32-36 'St George's Hospital Club', List of Officers and Rules of the St George's Club; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.36 'Notices', Council meeting to be held on 18 Mar 1909. Electrical Department, the pathology laboratory and sterilising rooms to be open to old St George's Men during the afternoon. Update of contributors to St George's Club.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.36 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Prize awarded.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.37 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.37 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the University of Cambridge, Edinburgh and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.37 'House Officers', List of House officers Feb 1909.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.38 'Changes of Address', List of recent changes of Address of staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.38 'Notices', Advertisements for consulting room suite, resident patient wanted and places in nursing home for mental and nervous diseases.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 2. pp.38 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 23 Feb 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.Facing Page 39 'Thomas Laurence Read', Photograph of Thomas Laurence Read; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.39 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.39-40 'Thomas Laurence Read', Obituary of Thomas Laurence Read, Medical Student St George's Hospital 1852, Surgeon practising from Gordon Place, Campden Grove.; G. Fielding Blandford, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.41-43 'A Chapter in the History of St George's Hospital', Biography of Mrs Crayle, Benefactress, and why she left a legacy to St Georges. Crayle Award named after her. Portrait of Mrs Anne Crayle and her sister Mrs Sarah Morgan in the Boardroom since 1795 presented by Sir Richard Heron. Portrait cut down to remove Mrs Morgan in 1815 and reframed.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.44-45 'Abstract of Will and Codicil of Anne Crayle', Abstract of Will and Codicil of Anne Crayle 1759-1767. Will includes amounts and conditions of legacy to St George's Hospital. Also records legacies to several other hospitals.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.46-48 'School Notes', Return of G. N. B Sebastian to St George's as R. O. A. Allingham Scholarship for 1909 subject 'The complications of the operation of Haemorrhoids by Ligature and 'The remote after results of patients operated upon at St George's during the period 1896-1905', Proposed Smoking Concert to held on 18 Mar 1909, List of upcoming clinical lectures for Mar 1909, New Miniature Rifle club at St George's, Rescue of a lady from drowning at Trevone Bay by Dr Sholto Douglas in Aug 1908 leading to the Bronze award of the Humane Society, Hunterian Society meeting lecture by Mr Ivor Back on 'The Clinical Mind' which discussed the reasons why students enter the medical profession, Clinical Evening of the Hunterian Society with demonstration of laryngoscope for the removal of foreign bodies; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.48-49 'The Prize Anaesthetist', Poem; H. B. M., 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.49-50 'St George's Hospital Club', List of financial contributors and amounts, Meeting of Council to be held on 18th Mar with the following departments open for inspection, Electro- Therapeutical, Sterilizing, Operating Theatres, Pathological, Bacteriological and Research Laboratories. followed by Annual Dinner of the Hunterian Society and Smoking Concert at the Trocadero. Address details for Old St George's Men.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.51 'Appointments', Sir T Clifford Allbutt appointed Professor of Pathology at University of Cambridge. Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.51 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.52 'Births', A son to H. P. Foulerton, A son to O. W. Andrews, A son to Frederic Wm. Longhurst.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.52 'Marriage', Richard Staples-Browne to Sylvia Maude Huntington.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.52 'Deaths', Thomas Lawrence Read on 28 Jan 1909 aged 76, Alfred Thomas Spanton of Feb 15 1909 aged 30, Chas. Samuel Ormsby on 9 Feb 1909, R. Charlton Harrison on 23 Dec 1908.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.52-53 'Examination Results', Examination results of Conjoint Board and Royal College of Physicians.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.53 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.53-55 'Reviews', Soured Milk and Pure Cultures of Lactic Acid Bacillus in the Treatment of Disease by Henry J. Glaisher, The Third Report of the Wellcome Research Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum by Andrew Balfour, Review of some recent advances in Tropical Medicine, Hygeine and Veterinary Science by Andrew Balfour and R. G. Archibald, Aids to Obstetrics, 7th Edition, by Nall and Longridge, A Manual of Medical Treatment by I. Burney Yeo, plus books received.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.55-56 'Notices', Appeal for any medical man interested in light, electricity and vibration treatment from an old St George's man in Gloucester Place, Vacancy for a Resident Pupil in 200 bed hospital, Consulting Rooms to let, Resident Patient Wanted for Doctor's family in North Devon, Accomodation and treatment available for mental, nervous and drug cases with Dr and Mrs A Sidney Ransome, Middx. ; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.56 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 3. pp.56 'Classified Advertisements', Advertisements for L. K. Leon and Son, Spectacle Makers, Stallard's Old White Port.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.57 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.57 'Arthur Gamgee M.D. F.R.S.', Obituary of Professor Arthur Gamgee, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. Born 1841, Died 28 Mar 1909. Previously Assistant Physician and Lecturer on Materia Medica at St George's Hospital from 1882-1885. Professor of Physiology, University of Manchester.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.58-60 'A Chapter in the History of St George's Hospital', Abstract of Will and Codicil of Anne Crayle 1759-1767. continued. Will includes amounts and conditions of legacy to St George's Hospital. Also records legacies to several other hospitals.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.60-62 'School Notes', Report of the Hunterian Society Annual Dinner, 18 Mar 1909, The Trocadero, Programme of the associated Smoking Concert. House officers seen running in the Park before Breakfast, Appointment of Dr Jex-Blake as Assistant Physician to the Brompton Hospital, Hunterian Society Meeting 11th Mar 1909, Paper on Sleeping Sickness read by Dr A. G. Bagshawe, Appointment of Dr Squire Sprigg as editor of the Lancet, Annual Dinner to be held at Princes' Restaurant, Piccadilly, 1 Oct 1909, Speaker A. Marmaduke Sheild.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.62-64 'St George's Hospital Club', Report of recent meeting of the School Club and Annual Dinner, Dr Blumfeld to join Gazette sub-committee, Change of publisher of the Gazette, Formation of Miniature Rifle Club, Proposal for the formation of Benevolent Fund, postponed until more secure financial position reached.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.64-65 'The Physician's Lament', Poem; author unnamed, 1 May 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.65 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 May 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.66 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 May 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.66 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the University of Brussels, Conjoint Board and Henry Charles Johnson Prize in Anatomy.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.66 'Births', A son to J.H.P. Fraser, A son to Harold R. D. Spitta, A daughter to Arthur C. Morley.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.67 'Marriage', John Henry Tallent to Hilda Mary Snelling.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.67 'Deaths', Arthur Roberts on 19 Mar 1909, Thomas Orlando Mayor on 5 Mar 1909 aged 77, Arthur Gamgee on 29 Mar 1909, Theodore Arthur Mast on Aug 4, 1908.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.67 'House Officers', List of Current House Officers.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.67-69 'Reviews', Lectures on the Use of Massage and Early Movements in Fractures by Sir William H. Bennett, The Medical Annual 1909, John Wright and sons, The 'Green Finch' Cruise by F. Claude Kempson, Operative Surgery by Sir Frederick Treves and Jonathan Hutchinson, The Operations of Aural Surgery by C. E. West and S. R. Scott.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.69 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.69 'Notices', Appeal for any medical man interested in light, electricity and vibration treatment from an old St George's man in Gloucester Place, Rooms to let in Gloucester Place, Resident Pupil required for 200 bed Hospital, Accomodation and treatment available for mental, nervous and drug cases with Dr and Mrs A Sidney Ransome, Middx. Tuition for resident pupils suffering from ill health provided by Rev F. Claude Kimpson in Kimbolton, Huntingdon, Invalid or Paying Guest required by Dr Underhill in Heckfield Hampshire.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 4. pp.69 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 May 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.70 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.70 'Obituary', Obituary of Frederick Ernest Webb, died 8 Apr 1909 aged 77, Previously in General Practice in Maida Vale, Educated at Norwich Hospital and St George's. Founder of the Webb Prize in Bacteriology in 1895 with capital of £1000.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.72-74 'Colour Photography', Detailed account of the technique of Colour Photography including developing and printing of the photographs.; H. G. Drake-Brockman., 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.74-77 'A Chapter in the History of St George's Hospital', Abstract of Will and Codicil of Anne Crayle 1759-1767. continued. Will includes amounts and conditions of legacy to St George's Hospital. Also records legacies to several other hospitals.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.77-79 'After Wild Sheep in Northern Persia', Account of a visit to Northern Persia including the shooting for meat of wild sheep.; I. M. S., 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.79-80 'School Notes', Successes in recent inter-hospital Boxing competition, further news on the runners in the Park, Award of the Jacksonian Prize of the Royal College of Surgeons to Mr P. Lockhart Mummery, Forthcoming Exhibition of the Graphic Society 22-26 Jun 1909 in the Board Room and the events of Graphic Week, Forthcoming Clinical Lectures for Jun 1909.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.80-81 'St George's Hospital Club', List of Contributors to St George's Hospital Club, Detailed proposal for the formation of a Benevolent Fund by Warrington Haward; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.81-82 'Reviews', Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by Dr Murell, The Operative Treatment of Chronic Constipation by Arbuthnot Lane, The Pocket Prescriber by James Burnet.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.82 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Sir Francis Laking elected an officer of the Royal Institution.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.83 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.83 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Royal College of Surgeons, University of Cambridge and Conjoint Board. Award of Henry Charles Johnson Prize in Anatomy to A. E. L Devonald.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.83 'Death', Frederick Ernest Webb on 8 Apr 1909 aged 77; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.84 'Marriage', Charles William Tuthill Woods to Sylvia Ada Forrest; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.84 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.84 'Notices', Appeal for any medical man interested in light, electricity and vibration treatment from an old St George's man in Gloucester Place, Rooms to let in Gloucester Place and Upper Berkeley Street, Resident Pupil required for 200 bed Hospital.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.85 'Classified Advertisements', Sixteenth Edition of Gray's Anatomy edited by T. Pickering Pick and Robert Howden, Watson and Sons Microscopes, Stallards Old White Port.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.86 'Notices', Accomodation and treatment available for mental, nervous and drug cases with Dr and Mrs A Sidney Ransome, Middx. Tuition for resident pupils suffering from ill health provided by Rev F. Claude Kimpson in Kimbolton, Huntingdon, Invalid or Paying Guest required by Dr Underhill in Heckfield Hampshire. Resident Patient required for old St George's man in town near Bournemouth.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 5. pp.84 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.85 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.87-90 'Prize Distribution ', Report of the Annual Prize Distribution held on 30 Jun 1909 by Mr Warrington Haward. Transcription of Address. Allusions to Portrait of Hunter by Reynolds in the Boardroom. List of Prize Winners.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.91-93 'A Chapter in the History of St George's Hospital', Will and Codicil of Anne Crayle 1759-1767. continued. Discussion of the contents of the Will and Codicil and the nature of the beneficiaries.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.94-97 'Colour Photography', Detailed account of the technique of Colour Photography including developing and printing of the photographs. Continued. Sanger-Shepherd process, Pinatype prints, Lumiere Process; H. G. Drake-Brockman., 1 Jul 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.97-98 'School Notes', Authorisation of special research into the vitality of infants in their first 14 days in charitable lying in hospitals, Appointment of Mr Pooley as Ophalmic Surgeon to Sheffield Royal Infirmary, Hunterian Society elections, Report of Graphic society exhibition and week. Work submitted by Dr and Mrs Dakin, Mrs Bonner, Photographs by Mr Dent and Dr Swan, Drawings by Dr Muir. Lantern Lecture by Dr Henry Robinson on Central Africa, Display of the Urban Cinematograph by Dr Dakin, Report of recent Hospital Lawn tennis fixtures.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.99-100 'Reviews', The After treatment of Operations by P. Lockhart Mummery, Studies on Immunization by Sir A. E. Wright, Golden Rules of Dental Surgery by C. W. Glassington, Pye's Surgical Handicraft by W. H. Clayton-Greene.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.100-101 'Appointments etc', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Recent Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, London, Royal College of Surgeons and Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.102 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.102 'Births', A son to Harold Merriman Cooper, A son to Mark O. Hunter.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.102 'St George's Hospital Medical School Dinner', Notice of the Annual Dinner to be held at Princes' Restaurant, Piccadilly. Speaker Sir A. Marmaduke Sheild.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 6. pp.102 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.103 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.103-108 'St George's and the Progress of Physic', Introductory Address. Staff changes of Physicians, Surgeons and Pathologists over the years at St George's and their contribution to the Hospital and School, Most recently Mr R. R. James, Sir Henry Pitman, Dr Artthur Gamgee, Laurence Read, Welcome to students, History of St George's, Matthew Baillie, John Hunter and their successors. Nine St George's physicians who served as President of the Royal College of Surgeons, Work of Thomas Young, Benjamin Brodie, Edward Jenner.; H[umphrey] D. Rolleston, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.109-111 'Thursday Island, Torres Strait', Report of a visit to Thursday Island.; H. A. B., 1 Oct 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.111-113 'School Notes', Appointment of Mr R. R. James as Assistant Opthalmic Surgeon, Refurbishment of the wards over the summer, New rules for House Officers, Forthcoming meetings of the Hunterian Society from Oct 1909- Mar 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.113-114 'St George's Hospital Rifle Club', Report of a meeting of the Rifle Club and its' affiliation to the N. R. A. ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.114 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.115 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of University of Durham, Conjoint Board and Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.115 'Reviews', immunity and Specific Therapy by W. D'Este Emery, Rational Immunization in Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis by E. C. Hort, Anatomy and Physiology of the Female Generative Organs by A. E. Giles.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.116 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.114 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.117 'Births etc', A son to Edward J. Woolley, a son to Sidney Nathan, a daughter to Erasmus Ellis, a daughter to E. W. Dewey.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.118 'Marriages', Philip Reginal Humphry to Kathleen Ellen Drewitt, Robert Eugene Vaughan Hale to Dorothy Agnes Grundy, Douglas William Anderson Bull to Eileen Comfort Waddell.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.118 'Notice ', Paying patient required for St George's man, but not mental or alcoholic case; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 7. pp.118 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.119-129 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.119 'St George's and the Progress of Physic', Introductory Address (continued). Advances in Medicine made at St George's, Tessier, Broxholme, Sir R. Jebb, Gisborne, R. Warren, Chambers. Cardiovascular System studied by Hope (1832) and Fuller (1863), Work done at Kinnerton Street by Hope and C. J. B. Williams (1834 and 1835). Description of heart murmers associated with valve disease by Hope, Presystolic murmer described by Dr A. W. Barclay(1872) and Dr W. H. Dickinson (1887), Left Auricular Clot in Mitral Stenosis described by John Ogle (1863), Association of Pulmonary Apoplexy with Mitral Valve disease by Dr J. A. Wilson (1830), published in 1898 Gazette by his grandson Dr Lee Dickinson who showed it to be assoicated with Mitral regurgitation rather than stenosis, Dr Robert Lee who dissected the ganglia and nerves of the heart (1849-51), Dr Cheadle and Dr O. Sturges, studies on rheumatism and chorea, Use of word Carditis to describe changes in heart associated with rheumatism [rheumatic fever] by Sturges, Work of Sir Clifford Allbutt on rheumatism (1871), Dr W. H. Dickinson description of Aortic Stenosis murmer (1897), [Edward] Jenner's unpublished descriptions of Coronary Artery obstruction and his diagnosis of the condition in John Hunter (1776) in letter to the elder Heberden. This view contested by Sir Clifford Allbutt since 1894, Pharyngeal diverticulum described by Dr John Ogle (1866) who also published on the abdomen and liver, Lee Dickinson, Mr Warrington Haward and Dr Penrose on subphrenic abscess (1893), Description of appendicitis (?1886) and mercury pigmentation of the colon (1867) by Dr Theodore Williams (1886), Ulceration of the intestines in chronic renal disease by Dr W. H. Dickinson (1877), Diseases of the Kidney, Monro (1758-1786) described Dropsy, Dr Bence Jones and the chemistry of diseases of the kidney, description of cysteine calculi and Bence Jones' protein in multiple myeloma, W. H. Dickinson author of 'Diseases of the Kidneys', Uraemic Skin eruptions described by Dr Le Cronier Lancaster (1892), Diseases of the Nervous system, CNS Atrophy associated with limb amputation described by Dr W. H. Dickinson (1876), Sir Prescott Hewett and Dr J {John]. Ogle description of Arachnoid cysts and related museum specimens, Explanation of aphasia by Dr John Ogle and Dr Wadham, Localisation of Broca's area by Dr W. Ogle (1867-1868), Lecture on Aphasia by Dr John Ogle referencing Samuel Johnson and Dean Swift (1874), Sir Clifford Allbutt's pioneering use of the opthalmoscope (1871), The significance of body temperature and the development of the clinical thermometer by Sir Clifford Allbutt (1867), Ductless Glands, Descriptions of the cells in Leukaemia by Dr Fuller (1876) and Dr Cavafy (1880), Association of Suprarenal [Adrenal] gland tumours with precocious puberty by Dr J Ogle (1865) with related museum specimen, Association of primary tumours of the thyroid with seconadary growths in bone by Mr Warrington Haward (1882), Histology of the Thymus gland by Dr H. Watney, Recognition of infantile scurvy by Dr Cheadle, Descriptions of rickets by Dr W. H. Dickinson and Dr D Drewitt, Hypodermic Medication first used at St George's by Mr Charles Hunter, (1866), Use of morphine injection in heart disease by Sir Clifford Allbutt (1869), John Snow, Anaesthetist at St George's (1847-1858), Treatment of Rheumatic Fever with salicylates by T. J. Maclagan (1876), First used at St George's by Drs Cavafy and Whipham (1876), Alkaline and other treatments by Dr H. W. Fuller ((1860), Appointment of Dr Patrick Manson as lecturer in Tropical Diseases (1894 or 1895), Pioneer of Tropical Diseases in India, H Vandyke Carter, illustrator of Gray's Anatomy.; H[umphrey] D. Rolleston, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.129 'Obituary William Rivers Pollock', Obituary of William Rivers Pollock, died 5 Oct 1909, student and house surgeon at St Georges and distinguished hurdle racer; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.130-131 'School Notes', Annual Dinner at the Whitehall Rooms held 1 Octoer 1909, New Hockey Club formed, Clinical Lectures list Nov 1909.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.131-133 'St George's Hospital Club', Report of AGM of the Hospital Club including financial report, deficit caused by Gazette printing costs, increased advertising in Gazette to raise income.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.133 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Appointment of Dr Edward A. Wilson as Medical Officer for the Captain Scott Expedition to the South Pole.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.133 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.133 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.133-134 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.134 'House Officers', List of House officers; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.134 'Births', A son to J. G. Cooper, A daughter to H. R. Mansell; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.134 'Marriage', Kenneth George Haig to Hester Boyd; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909
Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.134 'Death', 5 Oct 1909, William Rivers Pollock, aged 50.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.135 'Reviews', Medical Morbid Anatomy and Pathology by H. Thursfield and W. P. S. Branson, Diseases of the Stomach by S. H. Halbershon.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.136 'Notices', Paying patient required in Brighton, Applications sought for Clinical Assistantships for St George's Out-Patient Department, ; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 8. pp.136 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.137 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.137-141 'Spinning for Pike', Article on Fishing for Pike in the South of England.; W. F. J., 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.141-143 'Love in its Medical Aspects', Description of the condition 'Love' using medical terminology; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.144 'Death and the Physician', Poem; T. W. P., 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.144-147 'School Notes', Report and results of recent Hockey Team fixtures, List of clinical lectures for Dec 1909, Report of recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, The Antitryptic Powers of the Blood Serum by Dr Golla, Some Injuries Involving the Knee Joint by Mr Frankau, Clinical Case meeting.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.147 'Officers of the Lanesborough Lodge', Officers of the Lanesborough [Masonic] Lodge, No 3019, 1909-10.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.147-148 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.148 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.148 'Recently Qualified', Names and addresses of recently qualified medical staff not in the Hospital directory; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.148-9 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.149 'Prizes', Webb Prize for Bacteriology for 1909 awared to Robert Francis Jones; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.149 'Marriages', Dr Clifford Brookes to Florence Cohen, Louis Brightwell Hayned to Margaret Lillias Morison.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.150-151 'Reviews', The Awful and Eithical Allegory of Deuteronomy Smith of the Life History of a Medical Student, Hysteria by T. D. Savill, Operative Nursing and Technique by C. P. Childe, Notification of forthcoming publication of Construction, Equipment and Management of a General Hospital by Donald J. Mackintosh, illustrated by plans, Synoptic Chart of Cardiac Examination by John D. Comrie, Surgical Anaestheisa by H. Bellamy Gardner, Clinical Memoranda for General Practitioners by A. T. Brand, 'The Food of the Gods'- samples of Chocolate and Cocoa received from Messrs. J. S. Fry and Co.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.151 'Notices', Partnership for sale in midland town, Paying patient required in Brighton.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

Vol XVII. Issue 9. pp.151 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1909

St George's Hospital Gazette, volumes XVIII- XIX

Vol XVIII. 'Index 1910', Index to Volume XVIII, 1910; author unnamed, 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.1-3 'The Southern Sounds of New Zealand', Description of the Natural History of New Zealand; H. A. B., 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.4-5 'The Patient's Progress', Satirical Article in the Style of John Bunyan.; John Funyan', 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.6-8 'On Conchs', Article about Molluscs.; G. D. H. C. [Carpenter], 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.8-9 'School Notes', Treatment by the Hospital of the first Aeroplane accident occurring in London, Recent Hockey club result, Recent meetings of the Boxing club, List of Clinical Lectures for Jan 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.9-10 'The Whitechapel Jew', Poem [Antisemitic]; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.10 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services. Dr R. Salusbury Trevor Curator of the Museum, Assistant Curator, Dr J. A. Torrens, Dr F. W. Higgs Medical Registrar, Mr C. H. S. Frankau Surgical Registrar, Dr G. F. Darwall Smith Obstetric Registrar, Dr J Blumfeld Senior Anaesthetist; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.11 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons and University of Cambridge.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.11 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.11 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp. 11-12 'Reviews', A Practical Guide to the Administration of Anaesthetics by R. J. Probyn-Williams, Hypnotism and Treatment by Suggestion by J. Milne Bramwell, Tropical Medicine and Hygeine by Daniels and Wilkinson, Surgical Nursing by E. Stanmore Bishop, Serums, Vaccines and Toxins by Bosanquet and Eyre, Practical Microscopy by Shillington Scales.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.13 'Marriage', Lewes N. Gibbes to Mignonette Middlemass.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.13 'Death', 30 Nov 1909, Arthur Keith Willis aged 57.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.13 'St George's Hospital Club', List of Donations and Subscriptions to the St George's Hospital Club; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.14 'Notices', Resident patient required in Bath, Half share in practice in Midlands town, Paying patient required in Brighton.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 1. pp.14 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.15 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.15-24 'The Laboratory Diagnosis of Active, Early and Latent Syphilis.', The Laboratory Diagnosis of Active, Early and Latent Syphilis. A paper read before the Hunterian Society, Changing role of the Pathologist in the diagnosis of Syphilis in the 5 years since the causative organism was identified, Serum diagnosis and the Complement fixation text, Wasserman reaction, Effects of Treatment on Diagnosis.; Hugh Wansey Bayly, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.24-25 'The Annual Entertainment to the Nursing Staff', Report of the Annual Nurses' Entertainment, 13 and 14 Jan 1910 with a full programme. Attended by Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. Artists performing included Clara Butt, ; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.26-27 'School Notes', Report of Hockey club fixtures, Clinical Lecture list for Feb 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.27 'The St George's Hospital Club', Contributions received since 1 Jan 1910,.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.27-28 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.28 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the University of Cambridge and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.28 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.28-29 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.29 'Prizes', Allingham Scholarship for 1909 awarded to Lionel Colledge; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.29 'Marriages', Henry Edmund Symes-Thompson to Caroline Ada Chute Tacon, Robert Hippisley Cox to Helen Lacy.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.29 'Death', 27 Sep 1909, George Bulleid, aged 84.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.29-30 'Notices', Practice for sale in the Midlands, Request for embroyo specimens to be sent to Kings College Hospital Anatomy Departent, Resident patient required in Bath, Half share of practice for sale in Midlands, Paying patient required in Brighton.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 2. pp.30 'Advertisement', Advertisement for Surgical Instruments for Sale from Gilman and Co.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.31 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.31-38 'The Laboratory Diagnosis of Active, Early and Latent Syphilis.', The Laboratory Diagnosis of Active, Early and Latent Syphilis. A paper read before the Hunterian Society (continued), Microscopic examination of acute lesions for organisms, Pasteur Institute syphilis research and animal innoculation into apes, ; Hugh Wansey Bayly, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.38 'A Warning', Poem; G. D. H. C. [Carpenter], 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.39-40 'School Notes', Annual Dinner of the Hunterian Society to be held on 16 Mar 1910 at the Trocadero. Recent case presentations at the Hunterian Society meeting, 10 Feb 1910, Report from the Hockey Club, List of Clinical Lectures for Mar 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.40 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.40 'Examination Results', Results of Recent examinations of the Indian Medical Service, University of Cambridge and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Births', A son to Dr Max Tylor.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Marriages', Dr James Lynn Allen to Isabel Loetitia Syson, John Aylen to Iris Owen, Bernard Day to Lydia Dorothy Cripps.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Death', 6 Feb 1910, William Herbert Hillyer.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.42-43 'Reviews', Syphilis by Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, Surgical Anatomy by J. A. C. Macewen, Diseases of the Ear by Richard Lake, Body and Soul by the Rev Percy Dearmer, Soured Milk by George Herschell, Some Common Remedies and their Use in Practice by Eustace Smith, A Short Handbook of Cosmetics by Max Joseph, Review of the 'Lady Aberdeen' Maternal Clinical Thermometer manufactured by J. J. Hicks.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.44 'Notices', Practice for sale in the Midlands, Request for embroyo specimens to be sent to Kings College Hospital Anatomy Departent, Resident patient required in Bath, Half share of practice for sale in Midlands, Paying patient required in Brighton. Partnership in West End of London, Invalid or Paying guest required in Heckfield, Hampshire .; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 3. pp.44 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Mar 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.45 'Contents', List of Contents. Top part of page including Print of St George and the Dragon has been cut out.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.45-46 'The History of St George's Hospital', Top part of page 46 has been cut out. Progress on the forthcoming History of St. George's Hospital to be published in twelve parts, first part in press May 1910, Structure and topics to be covered.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.46-48 'Obituary Dr Cheadle', Obituary of William Butler Cheadle, former St George's Student and Consulting Physician to St Mary's Hospital; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.48-54 'Some Incidents in the Life of a Country Doctor', Part I, Further article by author of 'Our Village' and 'Life in a Country Practice' previously published in the Gazette.; [T. W. P., Thomas Wilson Parry], 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.54-56 'School Notes', Resignation of Mr Lawrence Jones from the post of Assistant-Surgeon to the Hospital due to ill health, Forthcoming publication of the History of St George's Hospital by Mr Peachey, Report of the Annual Dinner of the Hunterian Society held on 16 Mar 1910 at the Trocadero, followed by a smoking concert, List of clinical lectures for May 1910.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.56-57 'Rifle Club', Forthcoming competitions to be held for the Rifle Club including the Sir William Bennett Challenge Cup and the Donegal Badges.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.58 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.58 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the London School of Tropical Medicine and the Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.58 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.59 'Recently Qualified', Names and addresses of recently qualified medical staff not in the Hospital directory; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.59-60 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.60 'Prize', Henry Charles Johnson Prize in Anatomy for 1910 awarded to Percy Whitehead.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.60 'House Officers', House Offecers for Apr-Jun 1910; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.60 'Births', A Daughter to Rev A. G. Locke, A Daughter to Captain F. E. Roberts, A son to Dr Theodore Drysdale, A daughter to A. E. Carver.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.61 'Marriage', Adrian Caddy to Evelyn Mary Payton.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.61 'Death', 25 Mar 1910, Walter Butler Cheadle aged 75.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.61-62 'Notices', Practice for sale in the Midlands, Request for embroyo specimens to be sent to Kings College Hospital Anatomy Departent, Resident patient required in Bath, Half share of practice for sale in Midlands, Paying patient required in Brighton. Partnership in West End of London, Invalid or Paying guest required in Heckfield, Hampshire .; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 4. pp.62 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 May 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.62 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.63-69 'Some Incidents in the Life of a Country Doctor, part II ', Part II, Further article by author of 'Our Village' and 'Life in a Country Practice' previously published in the Gazette.; [T. W. P.], 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.69-70 'Sir Hans Sloane and St George's Hospital', Connection between Sir Hans Cloane and St George's Hospital. Sir Hans Soane became one of its supporters after its' foundation in 1733, but did not undertake hospital work possibly because of his age, proteges also appointed included Dr George Lewis Tessier and Dr Alexander Stuart, related correspondence among the Sloane manuscripts at the British Museum. Offer of land in Knightsbridge in 1735 to the Hospital by Sloane as a burial ground, but where it was and whether it was used is uncertain, In 1749 land at Brompton purchased by the hospital trustees and subsequently sold in 1825. Now the site of the church and churchyard of Holy Trinity Brompton.; George C. Peachey, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.70-71 'School Notes', Apologies for non appearance of Jun Gazette owing to illness of the editor, Mr Frankau, Award of K. C. B. to Sir Francis Laking, Appointment of Dr Spitta as Bacteriologist to King George V, Snide report of Votes for Women procession near Hospital on 18 Jun 1910, Appointment of Mr Ivor Back as Assistant Surgeon, ; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.71 'St George's Hospital Rifle Club', Report of recent activities of the Rifle club; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.72 'Crumbs from the Cottage Table', Lighthearted notes on recent events concerning staff at the cottage, Creation of an aeroplane and articles of surgical apparatus by one of the House surgeons.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.72-73 'Alopecia Spasmodica', Lighthearted article using medical terminology on Tantrums.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.73 'Obituary', Obituary of Dr Edward Cresswell Baber, died 14 May 1910, Student and House officer at St George's Hospital, Resident Medical officer at Wimbledon, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon at the Royal Ear Hospital.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.74 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.74 'Hospital Appointments', Appointments of Medical Staff to St George's Hospital; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.74-75 'Examination Results', Results of Recent Examinationf of the Royal College of Surgeons, Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London and the Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.75 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.75 'Births', A son to John F. Paul, A son to T. M. Neatby.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.75 'Marriages', Hugh Wansey Bayly to Edith Margaret de Salis.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.75 'Deaths', 14 May 1910, Edward Cresswell Baber aged 59, 17 Jun 1910, Charles Ralph Keyser, at sea on board ss Atheni,aged 36, 22 Jun 1910 Dr Clarence Visick aged 68. ; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.75-76 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.76 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff and to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.76 'Soloid' Products', Receipt of a sample for making McConkey Bile-Salt-Agar Tubes from Messrs Burroughs Wellcome and Co.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.77-78 'Reviews', The compendium of Medicine and Pharmacy by C. J. S. Thompson, A Synopsis of Surgery by E. W. Hey-Groves, Manual of Medical Jurisprudence, Toxicology and Public Health by W. G. Aitchison Robertson, Operative Surgery by W. I. deC. Wheeler.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.78 'Notices', Partnership with view to succession, Paying patient required in Brighton, Half share in practice in manufacturing town, Resident patient required in Bournemouth.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 5. pp.78 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.79 'Contents', Table of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.79-85 'Some Incidents in the Life of a Country Doctor, part III', Part III, Further article by author of 'Our Village' and 'Life in a Country Practice' previously published in the Gazette.; [T. W. P.], 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.85-86 'School Notes', Introductory Editorial, Performance of clubs and sports team, Regret that there was no Graphic Society event in 1910, Recent illness of Dr Peachey.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.86 'Hockey Club', Forthcoming fixtures and officers of the club; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.87 'In Memoriam F. N.', Poem about Florence Nightingale; D. C. H., 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.88 'Cottage Notes', Departures and Appointments to House Surgeon and Physician posts, Complaint about the noise of recent building work.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.88-89 'Obituary', Obituary of Robert William Coe, Student at St George's Hospital Medical School and Surgeon in Bristol; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.89 'St George's Hospital Club', Further list of Subscriptions; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.89-90 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.90-91 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Durham, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.90 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.91 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.91 'House Officers', List of House Officers Oct- Dec 1910; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.92 'Prizes', Prizes awarded in Jun 1910; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.92 'Births', A son to Herbert Richard Langmore, A son to Norman G. Bennett, A Daughter to G. Francis Smith, A Daughter to W. A. Hubert.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.92 'Marriages', Dr Henry Menzies to Margaret Garforth, Geoffrey Lucas to Catherine Willcocks, Dr J. A. Torrens to Ethel Hilda Martin.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.93 'Deaths', Moyle Breton on 16 Jul 1910, Frederick John Gray on 18 Feb 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.93-94 'Reviews', A Manual of Chemistry by Arthur P. Luff and Hugh C. H. Candy, Diseases of the Colon by P. Lockhart Mummery, Vaccine Therapy by R. W. Allen.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.94 'Notices', Private Patient required in seaport town in Devon, Tubercular or convalescent patient required in Teneriffe, Receipt of a sample of Tabloid bismuth Gauze from Burroughs Wellcome and Co.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 6. pp.94 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; 1 Oct 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.95 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.95-98 'Proposed Sterilisation of Certain Degenerates', Proposed Sterilisation of Certain Degenerates, Address to be read before the the Psychological Section, British Medical Association, Jul 1910. Part I, Original proposal to sterilise persons with mental and/or physical disabilities and criminals made by author in 1903, Refers to support for this policy in Europe and USA with recent laws passed in some states of America, ; Robert R. Rentoul, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.98-101 'Some Incidents in the Life of a Country Doctor part IV', Part IV, Further article by author of 'Our Village' and 'Life in a Country Practice' previously published in the Gazette.; T. W. P., 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.102 'The October Dinner', Report of the Annual Medical School dinner held on 1 Oct 1910 at Princes Restaurant chaired by Mr G. R. Turner, Pride in spending more per bed than any other hospital in London and length of stay, recent increase in Medical School numbers.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.102-103 'Hunterian Society', Recent meeting of the Hunterian Society, Fields of Vision by Mr James.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.103-104 'School Notes', Report of address by Dr Squire Sprigg to mark the beginning of the hospital year, Full text of address reprinted in Lancet.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.104 'Cottage Notes', Complaint about food, New carpet and curtains, recent motor bus accident.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.104 'Amalgamation Club', List of officers of the various sports clubs.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.105 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.105 'The History of St George's Hospital', Reminder about subscriptions to Dr Peachey's History of St George's Hospital in twelve parts, two of which have been published to date.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.106 'Examination Results', Examination results of the University of London and Conjoint Board.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.106 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.106-107 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.107 'Marriages', Gerald Edward Friend to Annie Berkley Ashe Holmes A'Court, Arthur Hamilton Tovey to Florence Priestley, Armin Gascoigne Vavasour Elder to Leonie Marie Gallot Stamm; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.107 'Death', John Aylward Churchill on 1 Sep 1910, aged 35 years from Hydrophobia [Rabies] in China.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.108 'Reviews', Elements of Pharmacy byt Sire William Whitla, Legal Regulations of Hospital Authorities by Digby Cotes Preedy, Syphilis by F. J. Lambkin, Hygeine of Infancy and Childhood by A. Dingweal Fordyce, Manual of Physiology, Stewart University Series, A Practical Guide to Newer Remedies by J. M. Fortescue-Birchdale, Urinary Surgery by Frank Kidd, Laboratory notes on Organic Chemistry by Paul Haas. List of Books received.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.110 'Notices', Rooms available in house in Regent's Park.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 7. pp.110 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.111 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.111-115 'Proposed Sterilisation of Certain Degenerates', Proposed Sterilisation of Certain Degenerates, part II; Robert R. Rentoul, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.115-118 'Hunterian Society', Report of recent Clinical Evening held on 3 Nov 1910, including case ofDiagnosis and Treatment of Leukaemia using X-Rays, Rheumatic Endocarditis in Children by Dr Davidson read 17 Nov 1910, Death Certification by Mr Troutbeck, Westminster Coroner, read 1 Dec 1910 including a detailed summary of this latter paper.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.118-119 'Glossina Speaks', Poem about Sleeping Sickness; G. D. H. C. [Carpenter], 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.119-121 'School Notes', Problems with Students in the Out-Patients Department, Faulty new automatic door-shutter on the smoking room, New Chloroform anaesthetic apparatus given to hospital by the inventor, Professor Waller, Results of recent Hockey Club fixtures and recent S. G. H. R. C. [Rugby Club] prize presentations.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.121 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.121 'Examination Results', Results of Examinations of Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.122 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.122 'Births', A son to Philip R. Humphry; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.122 'Marriage', Armin Gascoigne Vavasour Elder to Leonie Marie Gallot Stamm; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.122 'Obituary', Dr G. H. Kenyon on 6 Mar 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910
Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.122-125 'Reviews', Essentials of Histology by E. A. Schafer, Handbook of Intestinal Surgery by Leonard A. Bidwell, Gynaecological Therapeutics by S. Gervois Aarons, An Introduction to Surgery by Rutherford Morison, The Prescribing of Spectacles by A. S. Percival, The Wellcome Photographic Exposure Record and Diary, The Ship Surgeon's Handbook by A. Vavasour Elder, How to cut the Drug Bill by A Herbert Hart.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.125 'Correspondence', Complaint about overcrowding in the Out-Patients department because of the influx of medical students; Referred One, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.126 'Notices', Down Bros Ltd awarded the Grand Prix for Surgical instruments at the Buenos Ayres and Brussels Exhibitions 1910.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 8. pp.126 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1910

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.127 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.127-136 'Hunterian Society', Text of a Lecture given to the Hunterian Society, Rheumatic Endocarditis in Children, 17 Nov 1910; M. Davidson, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.136 'St George's Hospital Hockey Club', Report of a recent resounding victory against Barnes II; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.137-138 'St George's Hospital Club', Reports of recent meetings of various clubs and societies and the overall financial loss made in 1910 covered by old St George's men and mainly used to distribute the Gazette. Detailed accounts of the club, ; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.138 'Clinical Lectures', List of forthcoming clinical lectures for Jan 1911.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911
Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.139 'A Scene from the Classics', Satirical piece in the style of a play script.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911
Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.140 'Appointments ', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services, F. W. Higgs appointed Assistant Curator; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.140 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.141 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the Society of Apothecaries.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.141 'Birth', A daughter to Edgar Powell; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.141 'Marriages', James Arthur Venning to Evelyn Parry Roscoe, Robert Rutson James to Margaret Newson.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.141 'Deaths', William Spackman on 26 May 1910, Clarence Visick on 22 Junw 1910 aged 68.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.142 'Classified Advertisements', Advertisements for Lewis, Publisher and Bookseller, Nursing and Midwifery courses at the St George's Institute for Trained Nurses, 6 Montpelier Street, Brompton Road.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.143 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.143 'House Officers', House Officers for Jan to Mar 1911; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.143 'Hunterian Society', Forthcoming meetings, Dr Rolleston on 'The Construction of Theses' on 9 Feb 1911 and Smoking Concert on 15 Mar 1911.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.144 'Reviews', Diseases of the Joints and Spine by Howard Marsh and Gordon Watson, The Child (monthly journal) edited by T. N. Kelynack, A Review of Bacteriology and General Parasitology.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911

Vol XVIII. Issue 9. pp.144 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Jan 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.145 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.145-151 'On Writing Theses', Text of a Lecture given to the Hunterian Society on 9 Feb 1911, part I; [Dr H. D. Rolleston], 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.151 'School Notes', Good performance of Hockey Club, Sick leave taken by House officers in last year.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.152-153 'St George's Hospital Hockey Club', Reports and results of recent fixtures.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.154 'Clinical Lectures', Clinical Lectures to be held in Mar 1911; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.154 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.154-155 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.155 'Examination Results', Examination results of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, University of Cambridge, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.155-156 'Obituary Notice', George Carrick Street, former student, died 17 Nov 1910 aged 92; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.156 'Marriage', Charles John Hope Gunning to Violet Gaddum.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.156 'Death', Alfred William Frederick Street, died suddenly on 30 Jan 1911, aged 59; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.156 'Recently Qualified', Names not in the 1910-11 directory; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.157 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.157-158 'Reviews', Public Health Laboratory Work by Henry Kenwood, Hygeine and Public Health by L. C. Parkes, Aids to Pathology by Harry Campbell, A Manual of Surgical Anatomy by C. R. Whittaker, A Doctor's Dilemma by Bernard Shaw. Concern expressed about the anti medical profession views of Bernard Shaw in this book of the recent play; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 1. pp.158 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Feb 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.159 'Contents', Table of Contents; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.156-162 'The Late Mr Marshall', Obituary of Francis John Marshall, Medical Superintendent of St George's Hospital for 30 years until 1905, died 1 Apr 1911 aged 68 years.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.163-166 'On Writing Theses', Text of a Lecture given to the Hunterian Society on 9 Feb 1911, part II; H. D. Rolleston, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.166 'A Letter', Comment on Dr Rolleston's Paper by Sir Clifford Allbutt; Sir Clifford Allbutt, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.166-167 'School Notes', Apologies for delay in publication of recent issues of the Gazette, Report of Hunterian Society dinner and Smoking Concert at Pagani's Restaurant on 15 Mar 1911, List of forthcoming clinical lectures for May 1911; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.168 'The Coronation', Prices for seats to view the Coronation procession of King George V from stands at St George's Hospital on 22, 23 and 29 Jun 1911 with closure of wards.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.168 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.169 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services, Death of Lt-Col A. W. F. Street aged 58.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.170 'Examination Results', Examination results of Conjoint Board, Apothecaries and University of Durham, Recent Hospital Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.170 'Births', A Daughter to Mark O. Hunter, A son to J. H. Tallent, A son to R. C. Martin, A daughter to Hugh Wansey Bayly, A son to Dr Douglas Bull.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.170 'Death', Francis John Marshall on 1 Apr 1911, aged 68 years; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.171 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.171 'House Officers', House Officers Apr to Jun 1911; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.171-173 'Reviews', The Medical Annual, Modern Surgical Technique by C. Yelverton Pearson, Aids to Bacteriology by Moor and Partridge, A Pocketbook of Treatment by Ralph Winnington Leftwich, Medical Diagnosis by W. Mitchell Stevens, Treatment of Syphilis by Dr Johannes Bresler, Salvarsan by W. H. Martindale and W. Wynn Westcott, Manual of Medicine by Monro; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 2. pp.174 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 May 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.175 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.175-176 'Sir Edgcombe Venning, F. R. C. S.', Farewell Dinner for Sir Edgcombe Venning, Student, House officer and Governor of St George's,; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.176-178 'Roman Oculists' Stamps', Treatment of eye diseases and the use of oculist stamps in ancient times,; R. R. J. [James], 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.178-180 'A Clinical Lecture', A Clinical Lecture, with Introduction, Satirical article.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.180-183 'School Notes', Election of Mr Ivor Back to an A. K. Travelling Fellowship of the University of London, New equipment for the Opthalmic department, letter complaint about a split infinitive in a previous Gazette, New editor of Gazette. Upcoming Clinical Lectures for Jun and Jul 1911.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.183-184 'The Lanesborough Lodge, No 3,029', List of officers of the Lanesborough [Masonic] Lodge for the upcoming year; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.184 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.184-185 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.185 'Examination Results', Examination Results of the Conjoint Board, Apothecaries and University of Cambridge; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.185 'Birth', A Daughter to Dr P. F. Tinne; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.185 'Marriages', Henry Robinson to Alice Margaret Sedley Barnes, William Hugh Raymond Streatfeild to Gertrude Auga Thompson.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.186 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.186 'Reviews', The Principles of Gynaecology by W. Blair Bell, The Chemistry of Synthetic Drugs by Percy May, The Conquest of Consumption by E. W. Diver, The Medical Diseases of Children by Reginald Miller; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.187 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette.; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 3. pp.187-188 'Classified Advertisements', Leslie Miller of 66, Hatton Garden, Continuous Current Transformer for Cautery, Lamps and Faradism. Introduction to Therapeutic Innoculation by D. W. Carmalt Jones, Grays Anatomy 16th edition ed T. Pickering Pick and Robert Howden, Ronuck Sanitary Floor Polish, Consumption: Its Prevention and Treatment by E. W. Diver; author unnamed, 1 Jun 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.189 'List of Contents', ; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.189-191 'Disease and Heredity', Article on inherited disease with reference to the transmittability of parasitic infections, including malaria, in different cross breeds of Indian birds; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.191 'The Noblest of All Professions', Poem; H. B. M., 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.192-193 'Coronation Day in a Norfolk Village', Detailed account of the events to mark the Coronation of George V which took place in a Norfolk Village. Fancy Dress Competition, Sports; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.194-196 'School Notes', Coronation honours awarded to Sir William Osler and Sir Frederic Hewitt, Anaesthetist to the King. Viewing of the Coronation procession from seating outside the hospital. Early closure of the Outpatients Department causing problems for examinations. Mr Clinton Dent relected to council of Royal College of Surgeons. Illness of Mr Walter Blandford. October dinner to be held on 2 Oct 1911 at Princes' Restaurant; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.196 'Appointments', Appointments to outside organisations and St George's Hospital; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.196 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.197 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and Apothecaries. Prizes awarded.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.197 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.197-198 'Births', A son to Norman J. Caskie, a daughter to Dr W. S. Tesawna,a son to Dr C. Anders Ryman, a son to A.H. Tovey; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.198 'House Officers', July-September 1911; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.198-202 'Reviews', The Students' Handbook of Surgical Operations by Sir Frederick Treves, Handbook of Medical Treatment by James Burnet, Manual of Pathology and Morbid Anatomy by T. Henry Green, Introduction to Therapeutic Inoculation by D. W. Carmalt-Jones, The British Sanatoria Annual, Bale Sons and Danielsson Ltd, Pharmacopoeia of the Queen's Hospital for Children, On Writing Theses by H. D. Rolleston. Epinine and Cocaine Hydrochloride hypodermic anaesthetic and Tabloic Xaxa and Caffeinepreparations received from Burroughs, Wellcome and Co; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 4. pp.202 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette; author unnamed, 1 Jul 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.203 'List of Contents'; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.203-205 'Obituary', George Fielding Blandford, 7 Mar 1829-16 Aug 1911, Student and Physician at St George's at the time of Charles Keate, Caesar Hawkins and Prescott Hewitt. Contemporaries at Kinnerton Street School included Timothy Holmes and Henry Gray. Author of Insanity and its Treatment, 1871. Retired 1902; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.205-208 'Letter to the Editor', With the 'Cockies' N. S. W. [New South Wales] Account of a country practice of a GP in Australia; Senex Horrenti Capilla, M. D. Edin, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.208-210 'School Notes', Report of the Annual Dinner held at the Prince's Galleries. Speeches by Mr Dent, Sir Isambard Owen, Dr Miers, Dr Spriggs and Mr Pendlebury, Programme of forthcoming Hunterian Society meetings and lectures, Fixtures list for Hockey club, Notice of the forthcoming session of the University of London Musical Society, Choral and Orchestral sections; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.211-212 'St George's Hospital Club', List of Officers and Council members and treasurers report; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.213 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.213-214 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.214-215 'Examination Results', Universities of London, Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Tropical Medicine, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries. Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.215 'Notice', Home for Invalid in Doctor's home on North Devon Coast; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.215 'Marriage', James Sholto Cameron Douglas to May Victorie Emily Whiting; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.216 'Births', A daughter to Adrian Caddy, a daughter to Harold Spitta, a daughter to R. Rutson James, as son to Harold Merriman Cooper, a daughter to John Aylen, a son to Arthur G. Bagshawe; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.216 'Deaths', Charles Henry Duncan Morland, aged 46, on August 15, 1911, of septic poison at Swatow (China), George Fielding Blandford aged 82 on August 16 1911, H. Robbins Dew aged 78 on 6 September 1911; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.216 'Changes of Address', St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.217-218 'Reviews', Pocket Atlas and Textbook of the Fundus Oculi by Johnson and Head, The Dental Directory, Lateral Curvature of the Spine and Flat Foot by J. S. Kellett Smith, Receipt of Samples of Cuprosal and Haemamol from Duncan, Flockhart and Co; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 5. pp.218 'Editorial Notice', Instructions for communications with the Gazette; author unnamed, 1 Oct 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.219 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.219-221 'Topics of Conversation', Conversations between doctors in country practices with comments attributed to Shenston about the characteristics of his patients and those of hospital medical specialists ; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.221-225 'A case of Right-sided Aortic Arch associated with Coarctation', History of a patient admitted under Dr Rolleston on November 22nd 1910 with pneumonia who subsequently died 6 days later and had a post mortem, case report includes measurements and diagrams of the vessels, referenced account of the nature of such congenital abnormalities; R. S. Trevor, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.225-229 'Round the Hospital [School Notes]', Tribute to Mr Frankau who edited the gazette for the preceding three years, Report of recent clinical cases meeting of the Hunterian society, High incidence of sick leave amongst housemen, poem about assessment of fitness of housemen, new motor car of bacteriologist with number 606, problems with new anaesthetic apparatus; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.229-231 'The Hockey Club', Report and result of recent fixtures and subsequent celebrations; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.231 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.231-232 'House Officers', October - December 1911; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.232 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.233 'Examination Results', Conjoint Board, Scholarships and Prizes; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.233 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.233-234 'Births', A daughter to Harold G. S. Courtney, a daughter to W. B. Swete Evans, a daughter to Captain R. B. Ainsworth; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.234 'Marriages', Robert Lewis Barker to Teresa Kelly, Ernest Gordon Graham Little to Sara Helen Kauffmann-Kendall; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.234 'Death', John Alfred Coutts, aged 60 years on November 1st 2011; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.234 'Reviews', Diseases of the Skin by Sir Malcolm Morris, A Manual of Surgery by Rose and Carless, They New Physiology in Surgical and General Practice by A. Rendle Short, Surgical Applied Anatomy by Treves and Keith, Hygeine and Public Health by Whitelegge and Newman, Outlines of Biology by P. Chalmers Mitchell and G. P. Mudge, Surgery Catechism Series part iii, Livingstone; author unnamed, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 6. pp.234 'Correspondence', Query asking the proposed publication date of the third part of the History of St George's; Edward J. Blackett, 1 Nov 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.235 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.235-242 'James Hope, M.D., F. R. S.', Biography of James Hope (1801-1841, derived from memoir written by Mrs Hope ande edited by Dr Klein Grant published in 1844, At St George's from late 1820s asssistant physician, elected Physician in 1834. Author of works on morbid anatomy and diseases of the heart. Elected F.R.S. in 1832. Interred at Highgate Cemetery after post mortem performed at his own request after death; R. R. J. [James], 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.242-243 'Ophthalmophilia', Poem; W.F.B., 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.243-248 'Practice in Khartoum', Account of medical practice in Khartoum; A. V. E., 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.248-252 'Round the Hospital [School Notes]', Departure of G. R. Phillips, Resident Anaesthetist, Dr Higgs reported to be recovering from Scarlet Fever, Report of three recent meetings of the Hunterian Society. The Aftertreatment of Operations by Mr Kirkwood, Clinical Bacteriology in Clinica Practice by Dr Spitta, Grouse Disease and Appendicitis by Mr Shipley. The usefulness of ward classes [teaching ward rounds] for the education of students, author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.252 'Appointment', Appointment of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.253 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.253 'Examination Results', Universities of Cambridge, London and Royal College of Surgeons, England.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.253 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of St George's staff and alumni.; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.253 'Births', A son to Frederick Longhurst, a son to Digby Cotes-Preedy; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.253 'Marriage', Alan Rigden to Catherine May; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911
Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.254 'Death', William Henry Hubert aged 66, on 22nd November 1911; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.254 'Correspondence', Query asking the proposed publication date of the third part of the History of St George's; Oswald Challis, 1 Dec 1911

Vol XIX. Issue 7. pp.254 'Notice', Advertisement for Diploma in Public Health to be run by the Royal Institute of Public Health; author unnamed, 1 Dec 1911

St George’s Hospital Gazette, volume XXII

'Volume 22, January 1914-October 1919'. 'First edition of 1914 gazette Vol XXII Nos 1, 4, 6, 7, bound into this volume (22)'. 'No Gazettes produced in 1915'. Contents:

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.1, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.1-5, 'Hawkins', History of the Hawkins family association with St George’s Hospital, Dr Caesar Hawkins, 1711-1786, Surgeon to George III, inventor of the cutting gorget, Portrait by Hogarth at Royal College of Surgeons, copy given to St George’s by Caesar H. Hawkins in 1862; George Hawkins, son of Pennell Hawkins, Surgeon to St George’s 1780-1783; Charles Hawkins, son of Sir Caesar Hawkins, Surgeon to St George’s, 1773-4 and 1798-1800; Caesar H. Hawkins, son of Rev Edward Hawkins, Surgeon to St George’s Hospital 1829-1861; Mr Charles Hawkins, Treasurer and Trustee to St George’s 1865-1870, donor of the copy of the circular Wilson painting of St George’s and the Hogarth picture of Count Soleirol with horse and dog by Sartorius with St George’s hospital in the background;; R. R. J. [James. Robert Ruston]

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.5-6, 'The Pre-operation use of the Fowles Position', Use of the Fowler position in cases of peritonitis.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.6-8, 'Another ‘Orrible ‘Orspital Tregedy!', Satirical Poem ; J.W.L.

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.8-9, 'The Christmas Dream', Prose Poem; “Agnomen”

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.9, 'The Hunterian Society', Reports of five recent meetings of the Hunterian society in October – November 1913; Dr Carpenter on sleeping sickness; Dr Hunt on blood examination; Fleet-Surgeon Lomas on Hospital Ships; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.10-12, 'Round the Hospital', Christmas 1913 in the hospital and the Cottage; Tea Day, Tuesday December 30th 1913 attended by Princess Victoria; Out patient children’s entertainment organised by Sister Newton; Retirement of porters, Trickey, Stanley and Wright; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.12, 'Honours', Award of Masonic honours to Dr Francis H. Mead, San Deigo California; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.12, 'Appointments', William Henry Bull appointed Honorary surgeon to the King; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.12, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces and Indian Medical Service; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.13, 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.14, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.14, 'Birth', A daughter to Raymond Streatfeild; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 1. pp.14, 'Reviews', Reviews of books; Gray’s Anatomy 18th Edition, edited by Robert Howden; Alimentary Toxaemia; Babies, A book for Maternity Nurses by Margaret French; Hygeine and Public Health by Louis Parkes and H. R. Kenwood; Operative Surgery by D. C. L. Fitzwilliams; Lectures on Medical Electricity to Nurses; Lectures on Tuberculosis for Nurses; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.17, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.17-26, 'A Clinical Lecture-The Feeding of Young Children', Clinical Lecture-The Feeding of Young Children; Norman G. Bennett

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.26-27, 'A Remarkable Case of Survival', Accidental incarceration of young boy below decks of a ship the SS Tiger who survived for 11 days without food or water; Walwyn Thomas, Cape Town

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.28-29, 'Round the Hospital', Recent Hunterian lecture; Hockey Team result; Publication of parts III and IV of the History of St George’s Hospital; Forthcoming Hunterian dinner at the Waldorf Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.29, 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, The Royal College of Physicians and Conjoint board; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.30-31, 'The Trials of a Dresser', Lighthearted article about an encounter between a Dresser and a Senior Nurse; Glaucon

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.31, 'Thoughts on our Projected Movement to Wandsworth', Poem; T.N.

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.32, 'To the Editor of St George’s Gazette', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.32, 'House Officers', List of House Officers January – March 1914; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.32, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to other hospitals and organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.33, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.33, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.33, 'Births', A daughter to E. W. Dewey; a daughter to Frederick W Higgs; A daughter to N. W. Berry; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 2. pp.33-34, 'Reviews', Reviews of books; Mental Diseases by R. H. Cole; Diseases of Children by John McCaw; A Manual of Medical Treatment by Raymond Crawfurd and E. Farquahar Buzzard; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.Facing page 35, 'Untitled', Full length cartoon of balding man in pinstripe suit subtitled “Pen” [?Mr H. S. Pendlebury]; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.35, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.35-43, 'Some Points in connection with the Bacteriology of the Blood, part 1', Text of a paper given to the Hunterian Society; Dr E. L. Hunt

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.43, 'Round the Hospital', Retirement of Aural Surgeon, Mr Bull; Appointment of Mr Colledge as Junior Surgeon to the Throat and Ear department; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.43, 'Nursing News', Appointments of Nurses to other Hospitals and Organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.44, 'Mr Bull', Biography of William Charles Bull, student and Aural surgeon, St George’s Hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.44, 'The Hunterian Society Dinner', Report of the Annual Hunterian Society Dinner held at the Waldorf Hotel on 13th March 1914; Speeches by Mr A William West and Dr Slater; Followed by a Smoking concert; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.45, 'Correspondence – an Apology', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.45, 'School Notes', Leaking Hydrant outside the Bacteriological laboratory, March 1st, causing flooding of the Medical School with damage to books in the Dean’s room including Hippocrates and Ambroise Pare; Hockey team results; Mr H. S. Pendlebury standing for election to council of the Royal College of Surgeons; Dr J. S. Collier elected as a foreign member of the Societe de Neurologie de Paris.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.46, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to other hospitals and organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.46, 'House Officers', List of House Officers April-June 1914; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.47, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.47, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.48, 'Births', A son to Dr F A Roper; a daughter to Harold Merriman Cooper; a son to W. S Tresawna; a son to G. H. Pooley; a son to Major Wentworth F. Tyndale; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.48, 'Marriages', Sir William H Bennett to Gladys Florence Stewart Hartigan; Claude Frankau to Edith Lorne McDougall; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.48, 'Deaths', Gerald Eustace Fitzgerald on 22nd November 1914, James Daniel Brown Fairlie; Frederick Dale on 25th October 1913 aged 56; Major Edward Dorset Farmer Bringhurst on 30th January 1914; John Arthur Goodchild on February 16th 1914 aged 62; Francis Brachi on 20th March 1914 aged 30; John Granville Henniker on 29th March 1914 aged 52; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 3. pp.48-50, 'Reviews', The Pocket Anatomy by C. H. Fagge; The Biology of the Blood Cell by O. C. Grunder; Tuberculosis in children (Scrofulosis) by Professor G Cornet; Genito-Urinary Diseases and Syphilis by Edgar G Ballenger; Outlines of Greek and Roman Medicine by James Sands Elliott; Sanatoria for the Tuberculous by F. R. Walters; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.51, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.51-60, 'Some Points in connection with the Bacteriology of the Blood, part 2', Text of a paper given to the Hunterian Society; Dr E. L. Hunt

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.60, 'School Notes', Portrait of Dr Edward Wilson, drawn by Dr Becker Carter from a photograph hung in the school club; Illness of Dr Simmonds; Tennis Club new season; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.61, 'Round the Hospital', Dr Nachbar appointed as Resident Medical Superintendent; Retirement of Matron, Miss McCall Anderson and Assistant Matron, Sister Watson; Retirement of ‘Tricky’, Mr Vickery; Death of Sir Francis Laking, Bart; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.61, 'Clinical Lectures', List of Clinical Lectures for June 1914; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.62, 'St George’s Day', Observation of St George’s Day, 23rd April; Flying of flag and St George’s roses; Service in Chapel with address by Rev. Hon A. F. A. Hanbury-Tracy; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.62, 'Appointment', Appointment of D. W. Roy as Extra Examiner to Midwives board; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.62, 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of University of London, Royal College of Surgeons and Conjoint Board; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.63, 'Reviews', Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat by G. L. Biggs; The Medical Annual 1914; The Faeces of Children and Adults by P. J. Cammidge;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.64, 'Congratulations', Congratulations to J. Howell Evans who won the Jacksonian Prize at the Royal College of Surgeons; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.64, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.64, 'Births', Twin daughters to Alfred W. Moore; a son to Henry J Cardew; a daughter to W. P. Tindal-Atkinson; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 4. pp.64, 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.65, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.Facing Page 65, 'The Late Sir Francis Henry Laking', Photograph of Sir Francis Henry Laking; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.65-67, 'Sir Francis Henry Laking, Bart, GCVO, KCB, MD, LLD, MRCP', Obituary of Sir Francis Henry Laking, aged 67; Student, Physician, Medical Registrar and Visiting Apothecary at St George’s Hospital; Surgeon Apothecary to Queen Victoria; Physician in Ordinary to King Edward VII and King George V; Present at the death of Edward VII; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.67-68, 'Parting at Morning', Dinner on June 12th for G. H. Varley on relinquishing post of R. M. S. and Editor of the Gazette; T.N.

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.68-74, 'Some Recollections', Memories of Medical training at St George’s by Francis H Mead, San Diego, California; Initial year at Durham; Recollections of Richard Catterall in the Dissection room; Dr Whipham; Dr Cavafy; Mr Pick; Mr T Holmes; Photography with F. C. Compton; Dr Howship Dickenson; Visits to London Theatres; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.74-75, 'Within the Corner', Appointments of Lord Greville and Sir Gerard Lowther as Treasurers of the Hospital; Mr Ewart passed final Fellowship and appointed temporary Assistant Surgeon; Appointment of Miss Cooper as Matron and Sister Babtie as Assistant Matron; Admission of women to the Tennis Courts two days per week; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.76, 'The Scotch Invasion', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.76, 'Nursing News', Appointments of Nurses to other Hospitals and Organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.76, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to other hospitals and organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.77, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.77, 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of University Cambridge and Royal College of Surgeons; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.77, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.78, 'Births', A son to A. E. Carver; a daughter to A. F. G. Codd; a daughter to L. Erasmus Ellis; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.78, 'Marriage', James Richard Henry Turton to Ethel Bromley; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 5. pp.78, 'Deaths', Sir Francis Laking on 21st May, aged 67; Joseph William Noble on 4th June aged 46; Frederick N. Ozanne on 23rd May; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.79, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.79-85, 'The Hospital Ship on the Rocks', First hand account of ‘Maine’,a Hospital Ship, going aground between Jura and Islay; Evacuation of patients into lifeboats. Rescue by Navy Destroyers including ‘Swift’ and travel to Campbeltown with transfer to ‘Hecla’ and ‘Andromache’; W. F. F. [Fedden, Walter Fedde]

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.85, 'School Notes', Staff v. School Tennis match; Holiday plans of staff; Brief mention of European crisis; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.86, 'Memories', Poem; J. W. L.

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.87-88, 'Staff v. School', Detailed account of Staff v. School Tennis match; Staff won 7:2; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.88, 'Correspondence ', Letter welcoming Dr Nachbar to the Cottage as Medical Superintendent; J. B.

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.89, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to other hospitals and organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.89, 'House Officers', List of House Officers July-September 1914; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.90, 'The Services', Appointments of St George’s staff to the Forces ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.90, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Durham and Conjoint Board; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.91, 'Change of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.91, 'Birth', a son to Dr Darwall-Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.91, 'Death', Gerald Allpress Simmons on July 26th; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 6. pp.91-94, 'Reviews', The Practice of Surgery by Russell Howard; Sclero-Corneal Trephining in the Operative Treatment of Glaucoma by Colonel Elliot; Anaesthetics: Their Uses and Administration by Dudley W. Buxton; Historical Account of Charing Cross Hospital and Medical School by William Hunter; Examination of the Urine by A. F. Hewat; The Salvarsan Treatment of Syphilis in Private Practice by Stopford-Taylor and Mackenna; Extraction of Teeth by F. Coleman; Florence Nightingale to her Nurses;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.Facing page 95, 'The “War Cottage” (August 1914)', Group Photograph of the staff of the Cottage; W. F Blandford; E. J. Selby; W. E. Waller; J. A. Venning; G. A. Ewart; L. Colledge; C. C. Kerby; A. Jervis; Rev. P. Waddington; J. Nachbar; Evelyn Rich; C. H. S. Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.95, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII . Issue 7. pp.95-99, 'No. ---, General Hospital', Personal account of joining the war,going to France and working in a field hospital; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.99-101, 'War Notes', Description of the Hospital at the outbreak of war; Departure of many staff for the forces and medical services; A Hundred beds made available at St George’s and Wimbledon at the disposal of the War Office and Admiralty; Lt Wyler wounded and mentioned in dispatches; Captain H. E. Priestley taken prisoner at Mons; Capt Fisher wounded;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.101, 'School Notes', Resignation of Mr Jaffrey owing to ill health; Appointment of W. Fedde Fedden to full Surgeon and Mr G. A Ewart to Assistant Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.101-103, 'Obituary', Charles Alexander Hill, St George’s Alumnus and Bacteriologist in Liverpool; Guyon Lynden-Bell, student, aged 21; Septimus Hibbert, died on HMS Formidable, First St George’s war casualty; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.103-105, 'St George’s Men and the War', List of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.106, 'Nursing News', Miss E Cooper commenced as Matron; Sister Babtie returned as Assistant Matron; Sister Watson serving in Paris; List of 34 nurses engaged in military duties; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.107, 'Births', a daughter to C. H. S. Taylor; a daughter to Dr Bertram Cohen; a daughter to Arnold Saxby Good; a son to L. Scargill; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.107, 'Marriages', Walter James Sussman to Lena Mary Brooks; G. A. Ewart to Dorothy Turner; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.107, 'Death', Guyon Lynden-Bell on 6th October, aged 21; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 7. pp.107-108, 'Review', Orbiter Scripta: Nose, Throat and Ear by A. R. Friel; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.109, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.109-111, 'School Notes', Death of Sir Frederick Hewitt; Death in action of Captain Maurice Burnett; Death of Alfred Lowe, Librarian; Appointment of Dr H. D. Rolleston as Surgeon-General R. N., stationed at Haslar Hospital; Appointment of Mr Turner as Surgeon-General, stationed at Plymouth; Retirement of Mr Fedden from the Navy to return to ‘the Corner; Staff Tennis Match; Return to the hospital of J. Brewer, Nicholas, Coombes and Gros, and Major Priestley from active service;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.112-116, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', List of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War, Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.117-119, 'The Dardanelles', Report of ‘An Advanced Dressing Station during a Big Action’; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.119-120, 'Births', A daughter to P. F. Tinne; a son to Captain G. A. Ewart; a son to Percy Lockhart Mummery; a son to Beaumont H. Comerford; a daughter to Harold Merriman Cooper; a son to C. K. McKerrow; a son to H. E. Symes-Thompson; a son to Ernest G. G. Little; a son to G. E. Friend; a daughter to Adrian Caddy; a son to Arnold Caddy; a daughter to Arthur Avent; a daughter to W. B. Winkfield; a son to H. Gordon Sparrow; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.120, 'Marriages', Dr S. V. Pearson to May Elizabeth Earl; Ivor Back to Bertha Winifred Nash; F. T. Hill to Ruth Madeline Trollope; E. Scott to Agnes E. Hicks; Robert Francis Jones to Margaret May Moss; William Byam to Doris Mabert Stiven; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.120-121, 'Deaths', George Alfred Heberden on 23rd January aged 56; George Walker on 22nd January 1916 aged 63; Sir Frederick William Hewitt on 6th January; Charles Henry Fox on December 25th 1915 aged 78; Alexander Morley on November 25th 1915 aged 80; Alfred Lowe on September 2nd 1915, for 41 years Librarian to the Medical School; Robert Henry Cordeux on 18th August 1915; Edgar George Bulleid on April 21st 1915 aged 54; Maurice Barnett on April 19th 1915, killed in action; Bertram Leeds Thomas Barnett on April 19th 1915; Septimus Hibbert aged 28, missing in action from H. M. S. Formidable, 1st January 1915; Friend Edward Streeten on June 15th 1915 aged 62; James Collyer on April 25th aged 79; Wm. H. Jenkins aged 49 on November 29th 1914, Clerk to the hospital for 18 years; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.121, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to hospitals and organisations; Appointment of Fedde W. Fedden as Surgeon to St George’s; G. A. Ewart as Assistant Surgeon; D. W. Roy as Acting Assistant Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.122, 'Examination Results', Examination Results of Conjoint Board and Society of Apothecaries; H Ingleby qualified January 1916; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.122, 'House Officers', List of House Officers March 1916; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.123, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 8. pp.123-124, 'Reviews', The Acute Abdomen by W. H. Battle; A Manual of Chemistry for Students of Medicine by Luff and Candy; Swanzy’s Diseases of the Eye; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.125, 'Contents', ; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.125-129, 'Sir Frederic Hewitt, M.D., M.V.O.', Obituary of Sir Frederic Hewitt, Student at St George’s 1880; Anaesthetist; Gave Anaesthetic to King Edward VII during his operation by Treves for appendicitis; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.129-133, 'Reminiscences', History of St George’s going back to 1719; Charitable funding of the hospital; Experiences of working at St George’s in the second half of the 19th Century; Flood following tank burst in June 1876; Retirement of Secretary to St George’s after 30 years; Harry Wingrove

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.133-135, 'Lucian in London', Satirical essay comparing the rituals associated with performing surgery to religious rituals; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.135-139, 'School Notes', Dr Golla serving in Field Ambulance Corps; Deaths in action of Captains W. S. Armstrong and Captain K. H. A. Kellie; Lt. R. C. B. Briscoe wounded in action; Appointments of Mr Oakden and Mr Roy as temporary Assistant Surgeons; Dr Melville as Radiographer; Miss Ingleby as Assistant Curator of the Museum; Admission of ladies as students during the war; Addition of beds to Separation Ward; Improvements of Out-patients under Sister Newton; Staff shortages and issues due to the war; Hunterian Society reduction in meetings due to the war; Results of Hockey Club fixtures; Acrostic puzzle in the form of a poem; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.139-144, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War, Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.144, 'Examination Results', Examination Results of Conjoint Board, Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and Apothecaries; includes Miss H. E. Claremont and Miss E. O’Flynn; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.144, 'House Officers', List of House Officers June 1916; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.145, 'Prizes', Prizes awarded including Thompson Medal to Miss H. E. Claremont; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.145, 'Births', A son to H. M. Brushfield; a daughter to Major William Byam; a son to Prof. J. E. Frazer; a son to Arnold S. Good; a daughter to Major F. W. Higgs; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.145, 'Marriages', Captain Kenneth Bruce Dickson to Mildred Barton; Lt Griffith Ifor Evans to Dilys Eames; Hamilton Hartridge to Kathleen Wilson; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.146, 'Deaths', Captain W. Seymour Armstrong on May 31st of injuries received; Henrik Jonas Kellgren on June 1st aged 78; Captain K. H. A. Kellie, Killed in Action 25th June; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 9. pp.146, 'Changes of Address', ; Unknown author98, 'Hunterian Society', Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society; G. R. Turner on his experiences at the British Front in France; Demonstration of artificial limbs by the Essential Limb Company;; Unknown authorooper Willis; Raymond Wyatt to Beatrice Kiek; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.147, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.147-149, 'W. H. Muckleston, M.B.', Biography of W. H. Muckleston, 1756-1787; Governor Physician at St George’s 1783; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.149-150, 'On Losing Donkeys', The process of officially reporting the loss of a donkey which fell off a cliff at an observation point during the war; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.150-153, 'School Notes', Apology for 6 month period since last Gazette; Establishment of Venereal Disease Department in Outpatients under Captain H. W. Bayley with Dr H. Gordon Sparrow and Miss E O’Flynn; Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Medical Jurisprudence by Dr R. S. Trevor, Clinical Evening, Insects and Medicine by Mr P. A. Buxton; Patient letter of thanks; Appointment of Miss E O’Flynn as Assistant Curator of the Museum; Solution to Acrostic from previous issue; Further Acrostic in poem form from the same author; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.154-155, 'Cottage Notes', Concern expressed that staff now includes two ladies and three unqualified House Surgeons; Abolition of the post of Resident Anaesthetist; Difficulties with medical staffing and loss of staff to the forces and other institutions; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.155-160, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War and Non Medical Staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.160, 'Nursing News', List of Nurses on Active Service; Resignation of Matron, Miss E. Cooper on her forthcoming marriage; Royal Red Cross awarded to Sister Grant; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.161, 'Obituary', Obituaries of Charles Kenneth McKerrow, Died of wounds aged 33 on December 20th 1916; Thomas Seymour Tuke, Died on February 28th 1917 of pneumonia; Wallace Hillbrook, Died of Meningitis while on active service; Robert Walter Doyne died aged 59; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.163, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London, Apothecaries and Conjoint Board, including Miss H. E. Claremont, Miss E O’Flynn, Miss H Ingleby and Miss M. N. Bostock; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.163-164, 'House Officers', House Officers March 1916; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.164, 'Births', A Daughter to N. W. Berry; A son to J Ellison; A son to Dr W. J. Fenton; A son to C. H. S. Frankau; a daughter to R. E. V. Hale; a daughter to Lt. H Hartridge; a daughter to Dr Henry Menzies; a son to Major A. E. Priestley, a son to Henry Robinson, a son to H. G. Sparrow; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.164, 'Marriages', Patrick Alfred Buxton to Miss M. G. Rice; Lionel Colledge to Margaret May Brackenbury; Gerald Percy Humphrey to Kathleen Rees; Cyril Frederick Mayne to Mary Elizabeth Allan; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.164, 'Deaths', Robert Walter Doyne on August 30th aged 59; Dr Charles Ewart on December 7th 1916; George Andrew Gunton on October 30th 1916 aged 57; Captain Wallace Hillbrook in August 1916; Charles Kenneth McKerrow, Died of wounds, December 20th 1916; Thomas Seymour Tuke on February 23rd aged 61; Martindale Carslade Ward on November 13th 1915; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 10. pp.165-166, 'Book Reviews', Essentials of Histology by Sir E. A. Schafer; Gray’s Anatomy, 19th Edition; The Book of Life; Broca’s Ligations and Amputations; When to Advise Operation in General Practice by A. Rendle Short; British Journal of Surgery; Efficiency in First Aid and Hospital Orderlies by N. Corbet Fletcher; First Aid in the Trenches by Somerville Hastings; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.167, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.167-169, 'Thomas Tillyer Whipham', Obituary of Dr Thomas Tillyer Whipham; student at St George’s 1864, Demonstrator of Anatomy, Curator of the museum, Assistant Physician and Physician; Died 3rd November 1917; Warrington Haward,

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.169, 'The Resignation of Sister Oxford', Retirement of Sister Allen, Oxford Ward; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.169-170, 'Medical Economies, 1917', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.170-172, 'School Notes', Mr G. R. Turner and Mr E. C. Stirling awarded Birthday honours by the King; Sympathy to St George’s staff who have lost sons in the war; Disappearance of volumes from the Library; Award of Royal Red Cross to Mrs A. M. H. Gray, previously Matron; Appointment of Sister Babtie as Matron; Dr Rolleston to give instruction on the wards while stationed in London;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.172-178, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War and Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.179, 'Obituary', Obituaries of Colonel John Henry Edward Austin, R.A.M.C. died April 26th 1917 after being invalided home from Egypt; Dr James Nicholls died July 28th 1917 aged 87; Dr William Augustine Ellison died November 1st 1917; Dr Godfrey Charles Browne Hawes in the sinking of the Hospital Ship ‘Salta’ April 10th 1917; Herbert Fullarton Ransom; Captain John Beaufoy Randall, died in action; Captain J. W. Pettinger, R.A.M.C., died on October 6th aged 43 of pneumonia; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.181, 'Births', A son to Herbert P. S. Devitt, A son to P. F. Tinne. A Daughter to Major R. Markham Carter; twin sons to H. B. Roderick; a son to Ivor Back; a son to Adrian Caddy; a son to Captain A. H. Tovey; A daughter to Cyril Mayne; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.181, 'Marriage', Captain Donald W. Roy to Beatrice Anne Barstow; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.181, 'Deaths', James Wilson Pettinger on October 6th at Aldershot of Pneumonia aged 43; Frederick E Fenton on October 16th aged 64; Lt. Col. William Augustine Ellison on November 1st, Thomas Tillyer Whipham on November 3rd 1917 aged 78; John Beaufoy Randall, Killed in Action on October 31st 1917 aged 28 years; Herbert Fullarton Ransome on November 14th, James Nicholls on July 28th aged 86; Godfrey Charles Browne Hawes, On April 10th in the sinking of the Hospital ship ‘Salia’; John Henry Edward Austin on April 26th; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.182, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Universities of Cambridge and London and the Apothecaries, Marian Noel Bostock; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.182, 'Reviews', Blood Pictures: An introduction to Clinical Haematology by Cecil Price Jones; Baillliere’s popular Atlas of Anatomy; Diseases of the Skin by Sir Malcolm Morris; Hygeine and Public Health; The Practitioner’s Pocket Pharmacology and Formulary; Health in Camp by Nankivell; The Ideal Nurse by Mercier; Green’s Manual of Pathology and Morbid Anatomy; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 11. pp.184, 'Correspondence ', Letter to the Gazette informing the work of the Central Depot of the Surgical Branch of Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild in supporting the war effort; Myra G. Gibson

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.185, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.185-186, 'Robert Salusbury Trevor', Obituary of Robert Salusbury Trevor; H. S. P. [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.187, 'The Resignation of Sister ‘Fitz’', Retirement of Sister McIndoe, Nurse at St George’s from 1897 and Sister of Fitzwilliam ward from 1892; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.187-191, 'The Military Service of some Past Members of the Honorary Staff of St George’s Hospital', List of Physicians undertaking military service from 1740-1821 taken from the Roll of Commissioned officers in the Medical Service of the British Army; George Lewis Tessier; Charles Peters; John Baillie; John Clephane; Donald Munro; James Robertson; Edward Nathaniel Bancroft; Roderick McLeod; Claudius Amyand; William Cheselden; John Ranby; David Middleton; Sir Caesar Hawkins; John Pawlett; John Gunning; Henry Sandys; John Hunter; Thomas Keate; Sir Everard Home;John Gunning junior; Robert Keate; Henry Jeffreys; Thomas Rose; Edward Cutler; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.191-193, 'Surgery in the Stone Age', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.193-196, 'School Notes', Sudden Death of Dr Trevor;Change of Role of Mr G. R. Turner from Senior Surgeon to Consulting Surgeon; Loss of the sons of Dr Emmett and Dr E. C. Arnold in the war; Wounding of R. C. Briscoe; Mr Grimsdale standing for Council of Royal College of Surgeons; Donation to the Archive of Letters and other documents relating to the founding of St George’s Hospital from Mrs Ernest Hart; Changes in Nursing staffing following the retirements fo Sisters McIndoe and Allen; Sister Hunter to Oxford Ward and Sister Kempson to Fitzwilliam Ward; Sister Stringer to the Sick Room; New Years Honours and military honours awarded to A. C. E. Keble, Sir T. Crisp English, W. J. Weston, plus others awarded the Military Cross and DSO; Thanks for additions and corrections to Roll of Men engaged in war services; Notice from the Atomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland about changes in nomenclature; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.196-198, 'Hunterian Society', Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society; G. R. Turner on his experiences at the British Front in France; Demonstration of artificial limbs by the Essential Limb Company;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.199-207, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Updated cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War and Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.207-209, 'Obituaries', Obituaries of Lewis Moysey, drowned at the sinking of the Glenart Castle; C.E.Todd, 1858-1917; G. P. Girdwood, 1832-1918; A. F. G. Codd, died 1917 from pneumonia after being invalided out of the army; F. M. Ogilvie, 1862-1918; James Campbell Morgan, died 1918; Edward Thomas Wilson, 1832-1918, father of Edward Adrian Wilson; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.210, 'New Years Honours, Mentioned in Dispatches, &c.', List of New Years and Military Honours including Mentioned in Dispatches; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.210, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Conjoint board, Apothecaries, Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons of England including Helen Ingleby; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.211, 'Appointments', Appointments of staff to St George’s Hospital and other organisations. Appointment of Marian Bostock as Obstetric Assistant and Helen Ingleby as Curator of the Museum; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.211, 'Births', A daughter to G. H. Varley; a son to W. J. Fenton; a daughter to W. Byam; a son to Edmund I. Spriggs; a daughter to Gerald Shann; a daughter to Kenneth G. Haig; a son to J. P. Lockhart-Mummery; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.211, 'Marriages', C. E. Alan Shepherd to Gladys Brown; James A. Rooth to Beatrice De Putron; E. J. Selby to Amy Tarbat; Harold Eustace Thorn to Beatrice Beryl Robinson; R Salisbury Woods to Irene C Pickering; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.211-212, 'Deaths', Arthur Calcutta White on 1st November 1917 aged 76, F. Mentieth Ogilvie on 17th January 1918 of double pneumonia; Captain L. Moysey, on the Glenart Castle on February 26th 1918; James Campbell Morgan suddenly on March 8th 1918, aged 53; Somerville Boulnois Davis on March 16th 1918; Edward Thomas Wilson on April 19th 1918, aged 85, Robert Salusbury Trevor on March 21st 1918 aged 46; Leonard Bramah Diplock on May 8th 1918 aged 59, Charles Herve Girard on May 10th 1918 as a result of an accident, aged 84; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 12. pp.212-216, 'Reviews', Military Medical Annual; Fractures of the Orbit by Lagrange; The Psychoneuroses of War by G. Roussy and J L’Hermite; The After Effects of Wounds to the Bones and Joints by Broca; Typhoid fevers and Paratyphoid Fevers by H. Vincent and L. Muratet; Dysentries, Cholera and Exanthematic Typhus by H. Vincent and L. Muratet; A Manual of Medicine by T. P. Munro; Lectures on Medicine by Chalmers Watson; Surgical Applied Anatomy; A Manual of Physics for Medical Students by Hugh H. C. Candy;; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.217, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.217-219, 'Robert Brudenell Carter', Obituary of Robert Brudenell Carter.; W. Adams Frost

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.219-245, 'Some Experiences of a British Prisoner of War in Turkey', Account of Experiences as a Prisoner of War in Turkey from 1916-1918. Part 1; Captain L. A. P. Anderson

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.245-248, 'School Notes', Proposal for St George’s by the War Office to become an Officers Hospital in June 1918; Retirement of Sir Humphry Rolleston and Dr Stabb; Appointment of Humphry Rolleston as President of the Royal Society of Medicine; Effects of the Influenza epidemic on the staffing of St George’s; Sons of Dr H Swift and Dr S. H Creagh killed in action; Death of the Duke of Grafton; Death of Sir William Dalby; Proposal to publish an annotated Register of Pupils at St George’s Hospital Medical School; Return of staff to the hospital after war service; Awards of medals and honours to St George’s staff for war service; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.249-257, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Updated cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War and Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.257-258, 'Obituary', Charles Herve Giraud 1834-1918, knocked down by an Army motor lorry in Fulham Road; Sir William B. Dalby, Consulting Aural Surgeon, died 29th December 1918 aged 78; Lawrence Henry Bennett, died 28th December 1918; William Ashton Ellis, died 2nd January 1919; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.259, 'Honours, Mentioned in Dispatches, &c.', List of New Years and Military Honours including Mentioned in Dispatches; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.259, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of the Conjoint board and University of Cambridge; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.260, 'Births', A son to Kenneth Dickson; a daughter to D. W. Roy; a son to C. H. Fennell; a daughter to F. A. Roper; a son to Lionel Colledge; a son to R. Salisbury Woods; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.260, 'Marriages', John H. Dancy to Naomi Tribe; G. G. Collet to Gertrude Eulalie Tydd; Edwin Llewellyn Fickling to Eileen Dora O’Connell; Bryan Pick to Annie Muriel Frank, Algernon C. Stanley Smith to Lilian Zoe Sharp; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.261, 'Deaths', Lawrence Henry Bennett on December 28th 1918; Robert Brudenell Carter on October 24th 1918 aged 90; Sir William Bartlett Dalby on December 29th 1918; Bartholomew Gidley Derry on August 8th 1918 aged 71; William Ashton Ellis on January 2nd 1919; Frederick Charles Fisher on November 6th 1918 of pneumonia aged 60; Hugh Hamilton Sich on 7th November 1918 aged 42; Barnard Edward Spall on October 6th 1918 aged 86; Henry J Strong on January 29th 1919 aged 86; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 13. pp.261-264, 'Reviews', Grays Anatomy, 20th edn; A Manual of Physiology by G. N. Stewart; Aids to Medical Diagnosis by A. Whiting; A Manual of Chemistry by Luff and Candy; Materia Medical and Therapeutics by Mitchell, Bruce and Dilling; The intensive treatment of Syphilis and Locomotor ataxia by Aachen methods; The Nation’s Welface by Sir Bertrand Dawson; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.265, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.265-267, 'Sir E. C. Stirling, C.M.G., F.R.S.', Obituary of Sir E. C. Stirling, 1848-1919; Student St George’s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon; Lecturer on Physiology and Operative Surgery; Surgeon to the Adelaide Hospital; Director of the South Australian Museum; Naturalist to the Horn Scientific Expedition, 1894;; C. B. D. Hale; W. A. Horn; Lord Kintore

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.268, 'Francis Jaffrey, F.R.C.S.', Obituary of Francis Jaffrey, 1861-1919; Student at St Georges; Demonstrator in Anatomy; Assistant Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.269-271, 'The Influenza Epidemic in Gilgit', Report on the Outbreak of Influenza Epidemic in Gilgit Agency, Kashmir; Illness and Death statistics for region; Modes of Prevention and Treatment; Philip M. Neighbour

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.272-273, 'The Prescription', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.273-275, 'School Notes', Appointment of Dr Jex-Blake as Physician; Dr Darwall Smith, Obstetric Physician; Mr Back, Surgeon; Dr Stanley Melville, Honorary Radiographer; Dr D. W. Roy, Assistant Obstetric Physician; Award of K.B.E. to Sir George Turner; First Annual Opening Celebration since 1913 held on 1st October 1919: Introductory Address given by Dr S. Squire Sprigge; Annual dinner to be held at Prince’s Restaurant; List of men awarded Birthday Honours, Military Promotions, Mentioned in Dispatches; Appointment of Dr G. A. Buckmaster to Bristol University as Professor of Physiology; Deaths of Mr Jaffrey, Dr H. A. Todd, Thomas Pickering Pick and John Cahill; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.275-284, 'St George’s Hospital and the War', Updated cumulative list of staff serving in Regular and Auxiliary Forces including those Killed and Wounded, Awards and Medals; Mentioned in Dispatches, Prisoners of War and Non Medical Staff and Nursing staff.; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.284-285, 'St George’s War Honours', List of Honours Awarded to St George’s Men, In October 1919 estimated that 960-1000 St George’s men were living of which 451 have served in the European War; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.285-287, 'Obituary', Obituaries of Henry John Strong, died 29th January 1919, aged 87; Samuel Jardine Wyndowe, died March 19th 1919, aged 89; Thomas Leigh, died 30th March 1919, aged 78; Edmund Baron Hartley, V.C., C.M.G., died 20th March 1919 aged 72; Henry Wynter Shettle, died 9th April 1919, aged 65; Ernest Wyndham Cottle, died 21st October 1919, aged 72; Edward Forster Drake-Brockman, died May 1st 1919, aged 76; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.287, 'Harper’s Retirement', Retirement of Harper, Post mortem room attendant; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.288, 'Births', a son to Hugh Wansey Bayley; a son to G. R. E. Colquohoun; a son to Bryan Pick; a daughter to J. R. H. Turton; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.288, 'Marriages', John Howell Evans to Gwynaeth Cooper Willis; Raymond Wyatt to Beatrice Kiek; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.288-289, 'Deaths', George Edward Bloxham; George Bernard Brodie aged 80; Wyndham Cottle aged 71; Elliot Daunt; Henry Allnutt Dodd, aged 90; Edward Forster Drake-Brockman; Philip Mackay Ellis; Edmund Baron Hartley, aged 71; Reginald Humphry, aged 67; Francis Jaffrey aged 59; Harry J. H. Kellgren; Thomas Leigh aged 77; Harry Wynter Shettle aged 63; Percy Richard Stevens aged 61; Edward Charles Stirling aged 71; Stephen Boxer Syfret; Baldesar Tahmisian; Charles Winterbottom; S. Jardine Wyndowe; Unknown author

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.289, 'Correspondence ', Letter announcing the upcoming Annual Service of the Medical Guild of St Luke at St Paul’s Cathedral; Provost George Cowell

Vol XXII. Issue 14. pp.289-292, 'Reviews', Anaesthesia and the Nurse’s Duties by A. de Prendeville; Harman , Aids to Opthalmology; Aids to Surgery by Cunning and Joll; English Public Health Studies, ed Sir Malcolm Morris; Malaria and its’ Treatment by A. Cecil Alport; Shell Shock by Andre Leri, Pye’s Surgical Handicraft; The Urethroscope in the Diagnosis of Urethritis by Major Lumb; The Practitioner’s Manual of Venerial Diseases; Unknown author

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. I

The volume includes a brief history of the hospital and the medical school.

Contents:
I. Some Account of St. George’s Hospital and School. By W. E. PAGE, M.D., Senior Physician to the Hospital
II. Contributions to the Surgery of the Head. No. I. On the Deviations of the Base of the Skull in Chronic Hydrocephalus. By PRESCOTT HEWETT, Surgeon to the Hospital
III. A Case of Meningocele, in the Occipital Region, which was injected with Iodine, without ill consequences, the Patient dying of Broncho-pneumonia. By T. HOLMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Anatomy
IV. On the Typhus Epidemic of 1864-5, as observed at St. George’s Hospital. By R. E. THOMPSON, M.D., Medical Registrar of the Hospital
V. Notes on an Epidemic of Typhus at Leeds, in the Year 1865-6. By T. CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.B., Physician to the Fever Infimmary, Fever Hospital, &0. at Leeds
VI. On the Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment of Progressive Locomotor Ataxy. By J. LOCKHART CLARKE, F.R.S.
VII. On Rheumatic Iritis. By J. ROUSE, Lecturer on Anatomy at the Hospital School
VIII. On Cerebral Symptoms occurring in certain Affections of the Ear. By J. TOYNBEE, F.R.S., late Consulting Aural Surgeon to St. Mary’s Hospital, Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, and to St. George’s and St. James’s Dispensary
IX. On some Points connected with the Treatment of Hernia. By J. WARRINGTON HAWARD, Resident Medical Oflicer to the Hospital for Sick Children
X. On Amputation at the Hip-joint, and on the Applicability of this Operation in some of the worst Cases of Morbus Coxarius. Part I. For recurrent Fibro-plastic Tumour. Part II. In Morbus Coxarius. By T. HOLMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
XI. On Disease of the Brain as a result of Diabetes Mellitus, illustrated by the Narrative of a Case (with Clinical Observations) in which Paralysis, due to Softening of the Brain, came on in a Diabetic Patient, and proved fatal. Followed by a Notice of Fifteen Fatal Cases of Diabetes, cited from the Records of the Hospital. By Dr. JOHN W. OGLE, Physician to the Hospital
XII. On Jaundice and Biliousness. By Dr. H. BENCE JONES, formerly Physician to the Hospital
XIII. On Paralysis occurring in Childbed. By Dr. F. F. FUSSELL, Physician to the Brighton Dispensary
XIV. Remarks upon the Modus Operandi of Hypodermic Injections. By C. HUNTER, Surgeon to the Royal Pimlico Dispensary
XV. On Congenital Dislocations of the Femur. By B. E. BRODHURST, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
XVI. On the Diurnal Variations in the Temperature of the Human Body in Health. By Dr. WILLIAM OGLE, Lecturer on Physiology at the Medical School of the Hospital
XVII. On Rupture of Arteries dependent on external Injury. By GEORGE POLLOCK, Surgeon to the Hospital
XVIII. On the Formation of Coagula in the Cerebral Arteries. By Dr. DICKINSON, Assistant Physician to the Hospital
XIX. On Talipes Varus. By B. E. BRODHURST, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
XX. On Talipes Equinus. By G. NAYLER, Assistant Surgeon to the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, and the Hospital for Diseases of the Skin
XXI. On the Amputation-Book of St. George’s Hospital, and on some Points connected with the Statistics of Three Hundred Amputations there recorded. Part I. On the Influence of Age upon the Results of Amputation. Part II. 'On the Causes of Death, after Amputation; with special reference to the proportion of Deaths due to causes preceding the Amputation. By T. HOLMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
XXII. Statistical Tables from the Dental Case-Books of St. George’s Hospital. By C. VASEY, Surgeon-Dentist to the Hospital
Annual Report of Cases admitted into the Medical Wards of St. George’s Hospital during the Year 1865. By Dr. STURGES
Annual Report of Surgical Cases treated in the Hospital during the Year 1865. By Mr. PICK

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
View of St. George’s Hospital in its present condition
View of the Hospital as it appeared in 1746. From a picture by R. Wilson, R.A., in the Foundling Hospital
Foetal Skull, showing the arrangement of the bones in a case of chronic hydrocephalus, affecting the middle fossae (Mr. Prescott Hewett)
The representation, from life, of a case similar to the foregoing (Mr. Prescott Hewett)
Meningocele in the occipital region (Mr. Holmes)
The same as above, showing the parts within the skull (Mr. Holmes)
Thermograph, in a case of fever (Dr. Thompson)
Diseased Femur (Mr. H. Lee) .
Stump of amputation (Mr. H. Lee)
Lithographic representation of -a Femur, showing the effects of chronic Osteo-myelitis (Mr. Holmes)
Consolidated Lung, having its arteries full of laminated coagulum (Dr. John W. Ogle)
Thermographs showing variations of temperature in health (Dr. William Ogle)
Front view of a case of Talipes equinus (Mr. Nayler)
Back view of the same preparation (Mr. Nayler)
An extreme case of Talipes equinus (Mr. Nayler)
The same foot after successful treatment (Mr. Nayler)
Contraction of the ext. prop. pollicis, with rectangular contraction of the tendo Achillis (Mr. Nayler) .
Talipes equinus paralytieus (Mr. Nayler)
Extreme degree of Talipes equinus paralyticus (Mr. Nayler)

St George's Hospital Reports, Vol. II

CONTENTS
I. Contributions to the Surgery of the Head. No II. On Exostoses of the Skull. By PRESCOTT G. HEWETT, Surgeon to the Hospital
II. Clinical Cases of Insanity. By GEORGE FIELDING BLANDFORD, M.D., Lecturer on Psychological Medicine at the Medical School
III. Diseases of Artisans. No. I. The Sheffield File-Cutters’ Disease. By JOHN CHARLES HALL, M.D.
IV. On certain Epileptic Phaenomena. By EDWARD FOX, M.D.
V. Encephaloid Disease of a retained Testicle, with Remarks, including a Summary of Twelve other similar cases. By G. F. HODGSON
VI. Thermometrical Observations in Typhoid Fever. By REGINALD E. THOMPSON, M.D., Medical Registrar of the Hospital
VII. Aphasia and Agraphia. By WILLIAM OGLE, M.D., Lecturer on Physiology at the Medical School
VIII. Reports of Cases of Nervous Disease. Delirium. By C. HANDFIELD JONES, M.B. Cantab. F.R.S.
IX. On Loose Cartilages in the Knee-joint. By BERNARD BRODHURST, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Orthopaedic Surgery
X. Infecting and Non-infecting Chancres. Remarks on some cases, with especial reference to the Means of Diagnosis between the two forms of the Disease. By EDGCOMBE VENNING
XI. On Naso-Pharyngeal Polypi. By THOMAS P. PICK, Curator of the Pathological Museum
XII. On Croup and Diphtheria. By J. WARRINGTON HAWARD
XIII. On the Significance of Skin-Affections in the Classification of Disease. By T. CLIFFORD ALI\BUTT, M.D.
XIV. Cases of Fever, with Remarks on their Origin. By W. E. C. NOURSE
XV. The Forms of Pneumonia. By Octavius Sturges, M.D.
XVI. On a Case of Death from Haemorrhage into the Pericardium, as a result of Rupture of one of three true and circumscribed Aneurysms of the Coronary Artery of the Heart; with Observations on Aneurysm or Aneurysmal Dilatation as a result of Embolism or Thrombosis. By JOHN W. OGLE, M.D., Physician to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Pathology
XVII. Statistics of Strangulated Hernia. Some Facts in reference to Strangulated Hernia, founded on a Record of 200 Cases in the Book kept at St. George‘s Hospital. By T. HOLMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Surgery
XVIII. Two Cases of Strangulated Inguinal Hernia, with Remarks. By T. HOLMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Surgery
XIX. A Case of Convulsions occurring after Delivery; with Remarks suggested thereby. By A. D. MACKAY, M.B.
XX. Instances of some of the rarer varieties of Morbid Growths, Swellings, &c., connected with the Organs contained within the Abdominal Cavity. By JOHN W. OGLE, M.D., Physician to the Hospital, and Lecturer on Pathology
XXI. Report of the Medical Cases admitted during the year 1866. By R. E. THOMPSON, M.D., Medical Registrar
XXII. Report of the Surgical Cases admitted during the year 1866. By E. C. RING, Surgical Registrar

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Encephaloid disease of the right testicle, of about ten months’ growth (Mr. G. F. Hodgson)
Ditto ditto, of three years’ duration
Thermograph showing variation of temperature in typhoid fever (Dr. R. E. Thompson)
Ditto ditto
Ditto ditto, in enteric fever
Ditto, Table of observations in typhoid fever
View of the anterior surface of a heart showing three aneurysms of the coronary artery (Dr. John W. Ogle)
Intestine displaying a fibrous tumour attached to its inner surface (Dr. John W. Ogle)

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