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Alfred Webber, 8, [Child of] Labourer

Occupation or role: [Child of] Labourer
Age: 8
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 13 Oct 1899
Date of death: 1 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Multiple caseous foci. Caries of second Dorsal Vertebra
Disease (standardised): Caseous (Cells); Caries (Spine)
Admitted under the care of: Rolleston, Humphry Davy
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys and vertebral column
Type of incident: n/a

David Guess, 62, Porter

Occupation or role: Porter
Age: 62
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 27 Dec 1899
Date of death: 28 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Intra ventricular haemorrhage (cerebral)
Disease (standardised): Haemorrhage (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and brain
Type of incident: n/a

Henry Bennett, 85, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 85
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Dec 1899
Date of death: 27 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Fractured skull with haemorrhage on surface of brain
Disease (standardised): Fracture (Skull); Haemorrhage (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Bennett, William Henry
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, aorta, liver, spleen, kidneys and bladder
Type of incident: n/a

Herbert Dyer, 38, Traveller

Occupation or role: Traveller
Age: 38
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 8 Dec 1899
Date of death: 27 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Primary. Extravasation of urine. Secondary Pyaemia
Disease (standardised): Extravasation (Bladder); Sepsis (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Turner, George Robertson
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleurae, lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and bladder
Type of incident: n/a

Herbert Whincup, 38, Painter

Occupation or role: Painter
Age: 38
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Jan 1900
Date of death: 4 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Pericarditis
Disease (standardised): Pericarditis (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Dent, Clinton Thomas
Medical examination performed by: Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: The patient was admitted with urgent dyspnoea and some laryngeal stricture
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, larynx, pericardium, heart, valves, vessels, liver, spleen, kidneys and alimentary canal
Type of incident: n/a

James Stevens, 1 year 10 months, [Child of] Laundress

Occupation or role: [Child of] Laundress
Age: 1 year 10 months
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Jan 1900
Date of death: 4 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Broncho-pneumonia
Disease (standardised): Bronchopneumonia (Lung)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: Fenton, William James
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: No history was obtained in this case owing to absence of friends.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and alimentary canal
Type of incident: n/a

James Watts, 45, Labourer

Occupation or role: Labourer
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 29 Dec 1899
Date of death: 30 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Lobar Pneumonia. Mitral Stenosis
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lung); Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, pericardium, heart, valves, mitral valves, liver, spleen and kidneys
Type of incident: n/a

John Peach , 36, Bus driver

Occupation or role: Bus driver
Age: 36
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Dec 1899
Date of death: 31 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Chronic nephritis. Cardiac dilatation
Disease (standardised): Nephritis (Kidney); Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, pericardium, heart, kidneys, alimentary canal and liver
Type of incident: n/a

Mary Mills, 24, Cook

Occupation or role: Cook
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 26 Dec 1899
Date of death: 3 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lung)
Admitted under the care of: Owen, Herbert Isambard
Medical examination performed by: Fenton, William James
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: The patient was delirious in admission, but it appeared that she was first taken in on 24th December. On admission no examination was attempted owing to her condition.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, pericardium, heart, valves, liver, spleen and kidneys
Type of incident: n/a

Mary Scones, 53, [Wife of] Bricklayer

Occupation or role: [Wife of] Bricklayer
Age: 53
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 21 Dec 1899
Date of death: 30 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Epistaxis
Disease (standardised): Epistaxis (Nose)
Admitted under the care of: Owen, Herbert Isambard
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, intestines and pharynx
Type of incident: n/a

Nicholas Fischer, 74, Artist

Occupation or role: Artist
Age: 74
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Dec 1899
Date of death: 28 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia of right lung (both lobes). Fracture of right thigh
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lung); Fracture (Leg)
Admitted under the care of: Bennett, William Henry
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and right thigh
Illustrations: Yes
Type of incident: Trauma/accident

Post Mortem Examinations and Case Books

  • GB 406 PM
  • Collection
  • 1840-1946

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

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

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

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

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

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

• Date of admission and date of death

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

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

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

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

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

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

Note on transcriptions and abbreviations

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

Some common abbreviations and acronyms

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

St George's Hospital, London

Rebecca Garner, 65, [Wife of] Painter

Occupation or role: [Wife of] Painter
Age: 65
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 14 Nov 1899
Date of death: 1 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Thigh amputation for compound fracture
Disease (standardised): Fracture (Leg); Amputation (Leg)
Admitted under the care of: Turner, George Robertson
Medical examination performed by: Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: This patient had a compound fracture of the Tibia and Fibular. Mr Turner amputated through the lower third of the thigh.

Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, pericardium, heart, mitral valves, aortic valves, aorta, coronary arteries, abdomen, liver, spleen, kidneys, alimentary canal, cranium, brain and amputation stump.
Type of incident: n/a

Richard Ward, 5, [Child of] Labourer

Occupation or role: [Child of] Labourer
Age: 5
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Jan 1900
Date of death: 5 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Laryngeal dyphtheria. Mediastinal emphysema
Disease (standardised): Diphtheria (Larynx); Mediastinal emphysema (Mediastinum)
Admitted under the care of: Rolleston, Humphry Davy
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: Not seen by Medical Registrar. Died on the night of admission.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, larynx, heart, mesenteric glands, liver and kidneys
Type of incident: n/a

St George's Hospital Gazette, volumes VII-VIII

Vol VII. Frontispiece 'Photograph of John Cavafy', Photograph of John Cavafy [Taken by Mr Dent]; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Index 'Index of Volume VII', author unnamed, 13 Mar 1905
Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.1-2 'A Farewell', Retirement of Dr Cavafy. Joined medical school in 1861, MRCP 1868, Assistant Physician 1869, 1882 appointed to full staff, Physician in charge of diseases of the skin; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.3-9 'On the Surgery of Hippocrates part I', A Paper read by T. [Timothy] Holmes to the Hunterian Society. 1 Dec 1898; Timothy Holmes, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.10-14 'School Notes', Dr Latham resigned from editorial staff of Gazette after four years, Presentation to the Hospital of a photograph of the Watt's portrait of Sir Benjamin Brodie, gifted by Brodie's grandson. Reports of the Christmas entertainments, Proposed extension of the telegraph system through the hospital, New Nurses' uniforms, Credit for photograph of John Cavafy taken by Mr Dent; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.14-16 'Vaccination Burke'd', Light hearted article about Edward Jenner, the Vaccination act of 1898, Vaccination practice in the Country; George C. Peachey, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.16-17 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings of the Hunterian Society. Hippocrates by Timothy Holmes, also printed in the Gazette, Serum Therapy by Mr Howell Evans; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.17 'Football', Result of Recent Fixture; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.17-18 'Reviews', A Pocket Medical Dictionary by G.M. Gould, Dictionary of Hygeine by Kingzett and Homfray, Phonographic Outlines of Medical Terms from Pitman, Syllabus of Materia Medica by William Martingdale, A Guide to the Examinations of the Conjoint Board and the Royal College of Surgeons by Frederick James Gent, Revised by Willmott Evans, Letts Medical Diaries for 1899; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.19 'Appointment', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.19 'Examination Results', Results of Recent Examinations of Oxford University, Cambridge University and Victoria University; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899

Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.19-20 'House Officers', List of House Officers for Jan - Mar 1899; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899
Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.20 'In Weeks', Jan - Feb 1899; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899
Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.20 'Birth', A son to Dr Chas. Ewart; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899
Vol VII. Issue 1. pp.20 'Marriage', Gerald Cecil Maude Rouse to Ethel Louisa Brandon; author unnamed, 23 Jan 1899
Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.21 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.21-29 'On the Surgery of Hippocrates part II', A Paper read by T. [Timothy] Holmes to the Hunterian Society. 1 Dec 1898; Timothy Holmes, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.30-33 'School Notes', Arrival of new Xray apparatus, New and higher beds and lockers in the wards, Drs Owen and Ewart appointed as Lecturers in Systematic Medicine, Dr Lee Dickinson appointed as Lecturer in medical jurisprudence, Dr Cyril Ogle appointed as Lecturer in Practical Medicine. Effects of the new Vaccination Act on Medical school teaching with appointment of Mr E.C. Greenwood, Report of presentation to the School in 1895 by Herbert E. Friend of an 1853 photograph on paper of Sir Benjamin Brodie, Request for photographs of medical staff for the 'Cottage Album' to be framed for the Common Room; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.33-34 'The Xray Installation', Technical details of the ongoing installation of the new Xray apparatus; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.34-35 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings, Cirrhosis of the Liver by Dr Fenton, After treatment in cases of Abdominal Section by Mr Allingham, ; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.36-38 'Football', Reports of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.39 'Reviews', Dose Tables of Materia Medica by T. Homer, Handbook of Public Health by O.W. Andrews, The Broad Way or Westminster Hospital Gazette no 1, The Charing Cross Hospital Gazette no 1; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.39 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.39-40 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.40 'Examination Results', Results of Recent Examinations of Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899

Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.40 'Birth', A son to Allen Forrester Duke; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899
Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.40 'Marriage', Arthur Vernon Evans to Pauline Chapple; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899
Vol VII. Issue 2. pp.40 'Death', Edmund Joseph Furnes on 1 Jan 1899 aged 93; author unnamed, 21 Feb 1899
Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899
Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.41 'The Book Lover', Lighthearted article on bibliophiles and book collecting; George C. Peachey, 25 Mar 1899
Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.44 'Rubaiyat of a Medical Student', Poem; H.B., 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.46-50 'School Notes', Entry of the Rowing Club into forthcoming Henley Regatta, Milk supplied to the Hospital to only come from cows free from Tubercle, Baillie Lectures in Medicine for 1899, Installation of new telegraph system extension to surgeries and out patients, Presentation of Portrait of Mr Henry Lee, by James Sant R.A., to the Royal College of Surgeons by his widow, New Xray apparatus now working under the charge of Mr Addyman with some concerns about him not being medically qualified, Report of the recent Smoking Concert; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.51-53 'Bicyclondriasis', The increasing popularity of the Bicycle and the devotion of their owners; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.53 'Problems', Diagnostic Problems, Two case histories. Answers on page 60; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.54-55 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings, Clinical Case evening, Some of the Nervous Effects of Physical Overstrain y H. M. Cooper; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.55-57 'Football', Reports of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.56-58 'Reviews', Essays for Students by Stephen Paget, The diseases and primary tumours of the Thymus gland by H. D. Rolleston, The Students Practical Materia Medica by Grace Haxton Giffen, The Pocket Pharmacopoeia by Hudson and Stokes; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.58 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.59 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services ; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.59 'Examination Results', Recent examination results from University of London and Society of Apothecaries; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.59 'In Weeks', Apr - May 1899; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899
Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Answers to Problems', Answers to Problem cases from page 53; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Marriages', Robert Sewers Berry to Cecil Maud Milman, Hugh E. Wingfield to Catharind Jane Cole, Thomas Clifford Last to S. Maud Andrews, Henry Wynne to James Hall Lee; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899

Vol VII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Death', Gifford Ransford on 12 Feb 1899 aged 55 years; author unnamed, 25 Mar 1899
Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.61 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.61-65 'The Book-Lover, Part II', Lighthearted article on bibliophiles and books. Historic books in the Library, Wilkinson Blanchard, John Lewis Petit, William Cheselden, Lawrence, Sir Thomas Browne; George C. Peachey, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.65-68 'Algiffer Wood', Poem; J.B.[Blumfeld], 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.69-73 'School Notes', Portrait of Dr Whipham hung in the Reading Room, Forthcoming publication of the Life of Edward Jenner, Recent Use of the Brunel Forceps in two cases of Oesophageal obstruction, New Rontgen [Xray]Ray apparatus, Greville treatment of Hot Air Baths, Purchase of third operating table, New edition of Pharmacopoeia in preparation, Recent cases of Typhoid fever among the staff; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.73-74 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meeting, Albuminuria in relation to Eclampsia by Dr Stabb; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.74-76 'A Case of Subclavian Aneurysm', Report of the removal of a Subclavian Aneursym, Operated on successfully by Mr Allingham, ; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.76 'Theatricals', Entertainment for the Nurses on 4-5 May 1899 by Dr Dent and the Hospital Orchestra; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.77 'Obituary', James Rowlands. 1814-1899; author unnamed, 22 May 1899
Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.77 'Prizes', Recent awards of Student Prizes; author unnamed, 22 May 1899
Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.77 'Review', Pathological Tables by William Craig, ; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.78 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.78 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.78-79 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of Cambridge, Durham, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.79-80 'Correspondence', Testimonial to Dr Cavafy and decision to present him with a Leitz microscope and Zeiss field glasses from Cyril Ogle with reply from John Cavafy; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.80 'In-Weeks', May and Jun 1899; author unnamed, 22 May 1899
Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.80 'Birth', A daughter to G.E. Bloxham; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.80 'Marriages', Herbert Henry Tidswell and Agnes Elizabeth Calley, George White Drabble and Agnes Eva Gough; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 4. pp.80 'Death', James Rowlands. 1814-1899, aged 85, Frederick Fawson Lee aged 59, J. Unsworth Green aged 38; author unnamed, 22 May 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.81 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.81-85 'Life in a Country Practice', Life in a Country Practice, Part 1. Opinion piece; T.W.P., 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.85 'The Sympathetic Physician', Poem; G.H.R. [Ransome], 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.86 'Lawn Tennis', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.87-91 'School Notes', Reports of recent and forthcoming boat races, Appointment of Dr A.C. Latham as Grocers' Research Scholar, Recent Hunterian Dinner at the Trocadero, New metal and glass cases for ligatures and dressings, Appointments of St George's staff to Medical Society of London and Clinical Society of London, Delay in the completion of the bust of Mr Pick owing to the illness of the sculptor Mr Brock, Presentation of photograph of Dr Cavafy by Mr Dent to the smoking room. Hanging of photograph of Dr Whipham by Mr Dent in the Dean's room; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.91-93 'Graphic Society', Report of the eleventh Annual Exhibition of the Graphic Society. Exhibits by Mr Dent, Mr Barwell, Mr Peck, Mr Brockman, Mr Rooth, Mr Morley, Dr Dakin, Dr Slater, Dr Howship Dickinson, Mr McGrath, Mr Albert, Mr Ward, Surgeon-Colonel Whipple, Mr Penny, Mr Muir, Mr [Edward]Wilson - pictures of Flowers and Birds and of Switzerland, Mr Lockhart Mummery, Mr Barwell and Mr Spitta. Lecture on Ives's colour photography process by Mr Spitta and Mr H.D.R. Spitta; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.94 'Inter-Hospital Rowing Club', Results and reports of recent rowing events; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.94-96 'The Sports', Results and report of recent sports day held at Stamford Bridge 9 Jul 1899; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.96-97 'Reviews', Examination Questions in Practice of Medicine with Answers, Part J, Fevers, Catechism Series, Aids to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of Children by John McCaw, Aids to the Analysis of Food and Drugs by T.H. Pearman and C.G. Moor, The Polyclinic [Journal of the Medical Graduates College]; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.97-98 'Correspondence', The 'Lament' of a Nurse, and extract of a letter commented on by John W. Ogle, Letter of thanks from Alfred Botten; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.98 'Prizes', Award of recent Prizes; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.98-99 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.99 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.100 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.100 'In-Weeks', Jun and Jul 1899; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899
Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.100 'Birth', A Stillborn son to George Walker; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 5. pp.100 'Marriages', Norman B Robinson to Janet Fair Hurst, Harold Merriman Cooper to Amy Wentworth Tyndale; author unnamed, 25 Jun 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.101 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.101 'Life in a Country Practice', Life in a Country Practice, Part 2. Opinion piece; T.W.P., 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.107-111 'School Notes', Comments on recent sports day and Henley Regatta, Forthcoming Meeting of the British Medical Association in Portsmouth with Dr Rolleston as Hon. Secretary, and papers by several St George's staff including Prof. Clifford Allbutt, Dr Ewart, and Dr Patrick Manson. Redecoration of the club room during the vacation, Presentation of two engravings by Mr Archibald Thorburn presented to the Medical School Club, Lack of cleaning of hospital windows, Resignation of Scott, Surgical Porter, Installation of new lifts, New dressings boxes, Proposal for an additional Rontgen ray apparatus; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.111-114 'Henley Regatta', Report of recent successes of the rowing teams at the Henley Regatta; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.114-115 'Lawn Tennis', Reports and results of recent tennis fixtures; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.115 'Problems in Diagnosis', Diagnostic Conundrum, Answer on page 120; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.116-117 'Reviews', A Manual of Surgical Treatment by Cheyne and Burghard part 1, Pyorrhoea Alveolaris by J. Fitzgerald, Receipt of Tabloids of Guaiacol Camphorate from Burroughs Wellcome; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.117118 'The United Hospitals Cycling Association', Report and results of recent cycling events; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.118 'Prize ', Treasurer's Prize awarded to A.S. Morley; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.118 'Appointment ', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.119 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.119 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Apothecaries; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899

Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.119-120 'House Officers', Jul-Sep 1899; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.120 'In-Weeks', Jul-Aug 1899; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.120 'Answer to Problem', Hydatid Cyst of the Left Kidneyand Large Gastric Ulcer; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 6. pp.120 'Marriage ', Reginald Courtenay Gayer to Florence Theodora Gouraud; author unnamed, 24 Jul 1899
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.121 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.121-122 'Editorial', Brief introduction to the Gazette at the beginning of the academic year; author unnamed,
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.122-128 'Life in a Country Practice', Life in a Country Practice, Part 3, Opinion Piece; G.W.P., 17 Oct 1899
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.129 'A Lecture and a Query', Poem; G.H.R. [Ransome], 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.130-134 'School Notes', Cottage annual lunch lecture, Dr Dickinson, 'Medicine Old and New', Hunterian Society Programme for 1899-1900 Academic Year, Dr [Humphry Davy] Rolleston new president of Hunterian Society, New Association Football ground at Merton Park, Humourous quote on the dress code of various types of Doctors, Construction of second lift, Call for an ice chamber for the Mortuary, Reorganisation of the LIbrary, Publication of the new edition of the Hospital Pharmacopoeia, Presentation of Photographic portrait of Dr Cavafy by Mr Dent to the Club. Photographs of the Football and Athletic teams of 1875, author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.135-136 'St George and the Dragon', Satirical Article about recent changes at the School; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.136-137 'Obituary', George Yeates Hunter, aged 69, Sudden Death of Nurse Carver in Brighton; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.137 'Correspondence', The Hospital Colours from 'An Old HP', ; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.138 'Prizes', Recent awards of Student Prizes; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899
Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.138 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.139 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.139-140 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of University of London, Conjoint Board and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.140 'In Weeks', Oct and Nov 1899; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.140 'Marriages', Harry Rosser Mansell to Lilian Annie Langham, Algernon Edward Rouse to Florence Edith Hawkins; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 7. pp.140 'Deaths', 11 Jun 1899, Augus Cooper Key aged 61, 11 Aug 1899, George Yeates Hunter aged 69, 17 Aug 1899 Francis Edward Hicks aged 90; author unnamed, 17 Oct 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.141 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.141-143 'The Pronunciation of the word Angina', The Pronunciation of the word Angina, Narrative of an interesting Dream of the Late Archbishop Benson; John W. Ogle, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.144-149 'Hints on the Choice and Use of a Microscope', 1 On the selection of the microscope, condenser, eyepieces and objectives; Harold R. D. Spitta, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.149 'Problems in Diagnosis', Diagnostic conundrums, Answers on page 177; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.150-153 'School Notes', Exhibition of Pathological Specimens recently added to Museum by Dr Barlow, Departure of members of staff for the war in the Transvaal, Recent building works in the Hospital, Annual Distribution of Prizes by the Archbishop of Canterbury; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.153 'Hunterian Society', Recent meetings of the Hunterian Society, Optical Illusions by Mr O. F. F. Grunbaum, Clinical Case evening; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.154-15 'Football', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.156-158 'Reviews', Thoracic Resection for Tumours growing from the Bony Wall of the Chest by F.W. Parham, Medical Gymnastics by Axel V. Grafstrom, A Handbook of Physics and Chemistry byHerbert E. Corbin and Archibald H. Stewart, Practical Nursing by Isla Stewart and Herbert E. Cuff. Materia Medica Part 1 Catechism series, The Pathologists' Handbook by T. N. Kelynack; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.158-159 'Correspondence', Retirement dinner to Mr Marshall invitations from 'An Old Student'; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.159 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.159 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.159-160 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of Conjoint Board, ; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899
Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.160 'In Weeks', Nov and Dec 1899; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.160 'Marriages', William Hugh Macpherson to Maud Hillick Nash, Frederick Stewartson Collard to Sybil Simpson; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899

Vol VII. Issue 8. pp.160 'Death', 10 Oct 1899 John Thomas Mould aged 82; author unnamed, 17 Nov 1899
Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.161 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899
Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.161-169 'Hints on the Choice and Use of a Microscope', II. On the use of the different parts of a Microscope, its use as a whole, with a few remarks on how to preserve it; Harold R. D. Spitta, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.169 'Hunterian Society', Reports of recent meetings, Health and the Bicycle by Mr E. B. Turner, The Operative Treatment of High Myopia by Mr Adams Frost; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.170-174 'School Notes', Arrival of the Lady Almoner, New Brooches worn by Nurses in Charge of Wards, Mr Dent undertaking army surgical work in South Africa, Resignation of Dr Lazarus Barlow from Pathology Museum, Organisation of the Separation [Isolation] wards, Proposal to put the Hospital on the Public Telephone system, Subscription list for Mr Dowding's testimonial; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.174-175 'Literary Notes', Review of 17th Century treatments for Consumption in 'Medicinal Councels or Advices by Sir Theodore Mayerne, 1677; George C. Peachey, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.175-177 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899
Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.177 'Answers to Problems in Diagnosis', Answers to Problem cases from page149; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.178 'Nursing News', Appointments and promotions of Nurses, New rule to allow nurses to return to the hospital in the morning after their day off. Term of nursing training extended to four years; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.179 'Correspondence', Comment on Dr Ogle's recent article [pages 141-143] from J. Blumfeld; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.179 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.179-180 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.180 'Examination Results', Recent examination results from Cambridge and the Royal College of Surgeons; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.180 'In Weeks', Dec 1899 to Jan 1900; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899
Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.180 'Birth', A daughter to R. Newton; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VII. Issue 9. pp.180 'Deaths', 11 Nov 1899 Frederick Morley aged 57, 12 Nov 1899 Frederic Hanson Walker aged 31; author unnamed, 13 Dec 1899

Vol VIII. 'Frontispiece', Frontispiece to Volume VIII, 1900; author unnamed, 14 Mar 1905
Vol VIII. 'Index of Volume VIII', Index of Volume VIII; author unnamed, 14 Mar 1905
Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.1 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.1-3 'Editorial', Lighthearted review of the year 1899 at the Hospital; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.3-8 'Bird-Life in Norway', Report on the Bird-Life of Norway; E. [Edward] A. Wilson, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.9-14 'School Notes', Recent Christmas celebrations, New arrangements for House Officers, Dr Patrick Manson included in New Years' Honours List, Curator of the Museum post temporarily filled by H. B. Roderick, J. H. Evans appointed Demonstrator in Anatomy, H. S. Pendlebury appointed Surgical Registrar, T. R. C. Whipham appointed Medical Registrar, Reports of St George's men in active service in South Africa, Death of Duke of Westminster. Proposal to make the Atkinson Morley home at the disposal of the War Office for sick and wounded soldiers and sailors; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.14-15 'Hunterian Society', Annual debate of the Hunterian Society, The Morphology of the Malaria Parasite by Mr H. R. D. Spitta; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.15 'Football', Report and result of recent fixture; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.16 'Chess Club Notes', Report and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.16-18 'Correspondence', Removal of drug from the Pharmacopoeia from 'Haustus Sennae' What is Curd in cooked fish from Charles Walker; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.18 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.19 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.19 'Examination Results', Results of recent Examinationf of Cambridge University and Society of Apothecaries. Includes notice of success of E. [Edward] A. Wilson in Third Examination of Part II Medicine, Michaelmas Term Cambridge 1899; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.19 'In Weeks', Jan - Feb 1900; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.20 'List of House Officers', Resident and Non-Resident House Officers Jan - Mar 1900; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.20 'Births', A Daughter to Herbert G. White, A Daughter to E. C. Arnold; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 1. pp.20 'Marriages', W. H. M. Vernon to Katharine Dorothea Ewart, Dr Charles R. Watson to Grace Elepeth Barrett; author unnamed, 24 Jan 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp. Facing Page 21 'Photograph of F. J. Marshall', Photograph of F. J. Marshall by Maull and Fox; Maull and Fox, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.21 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.21-24 'Mr Marshall', Review of the life and Career of Mr Francis John Marshall, born 1842, Appointed Resident Medical Officer in 1875, Retired Feb 1900; A. M.[Marmaduke] S. [Shield], 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.24-25 'Nurses' Entertainments', Report of the recent Nurses' Entertainments in the style of a military report; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.26 'Poem: 'Marshall's Room'', Poem; J.B.[Blumfeld], 27 Feb 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.27-29 'Literary Notes', Article on the Early History of the Medical Profession; George C. Peachey, 27 Feb 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.29 'Lawn Tennis Notes', Report of recent committee meeting; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.30-33 'School Notes', Date of Mr Marshall's dinner 14 Mar 1900, List of St George's Men serving in South Africa, Dr Fenton appointed as Curator of Museum, Problems with taking lunch In the Club Room, Notes from the Dissecting room and Chemical Laboratory, Article from The Nursing Record on the Gazette's comments on Nursing Brooches, War map on the wall of the smoking room, new electric lights in male and female surgeries; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.33-35 'Football Notes', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.35-36 'Obituary : Mr Peck', Obituary of Frederick Garrett Peck, died 8 Feb 1900; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.35-37 'Reviews', A Treatise in Surgery for Students and Practitioners by Thomas Pickering Pick, Surgery part VII Catechism series, A Manual of Surgery by Charles Stonham; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.38-39 'Correspondence', Reply to the letter on Fish Curd from G. A. B, Comments on the pronunciation of words from G. C. P. [Peachey]; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.39 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.39-40 'Examination Results', Recent examination results of Conjoint Board, University of London and the Apothecaries; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 2. pp.40 'Deaths', 4 Feb 1900 Charles Edward Oakley, 30 Jan 1900 Bernard Edward Brodhurst aged 78, 8 Feb 1900 Frederick Garrett Peck; author unnamed, 27 Feb 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.41 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.41-47 'The Bicycle in Health and Disease', Abstract of a Paper on the Bicycle in Health and Disease. [talk previously given at a Hunterian Society meeting in 1899. See VII, 9 p169]; E. B. Turner, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.47-48 'Amalgamation Club Concert', Report of the recent Amalgamation Club Smoking concert 9 Mar 1900; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.48-50 'A Case for Diagnosis', A case of injury to the abdomen during the Battle of Modder River, South Africa in Nov 1899 ; Edward Houseman, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.50 'Poem: 'Six Little Dressers'', Poem; J.F. P, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.51-54 'School Notes', Views of the Queen from the Hospital Building in her Royal Carriage, Dinner and Testimonial to Mr Marshall at Café Royal, Additions to list of men serving in South Africa, Testimonial to Mr Dowding 13 Mar 1900, Opening of new refreshment buffet in Out Patients department, Description of models, bones and teaching aids in the Dissecting Room. Preparation of a new teaching skeleton with Osteitis deformans. Acquisition of the Medical Books of Dr F.G. Peck bequeathed to the Library, Proposal to improve lighting in the Cottage which is at present only by candles, Report of the recent Chess competitions; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.54-56 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.56 'Obituary', Obituary of Alexander Charles Archibald Alexander; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.56-58 'Reviews', A Manual of Gynaecological Practice by Dr A. Duhrssen, Aids to Materia Medica, part III, by William Murrell, Midwifery Notes by T.A. Glover; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.58-59 'Correspondence', Lack of interest in Annual Athletic Meetings fro C. Francis Williams, The Hospital Colours from A Present Student; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.59-60 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.60 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Examination Results', Result of examination of the Society of Apothecaries; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Births', A daughter to Hugh E. Wingfield; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 3. pp.60 'Marriages', Arthur Grayling to Nellie Perkins, Harry Hollis to Eleanor Lassell; author unnamed, 24 Mar 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.61 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.61-67 'The Teaching of Anatomy', Text of a Paper on the The Teaching of Anatomy given at the Hunterian Society; H. S. Pendlebury, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.68-69 'M. B. Thesis', Ageusia and Parageusia. Summary of a recent Thesis for the M.B. Degree of the University of Cambridge; N. J. M., 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.70-73 'School Notes', Departure of Gazette Editor, E.K. Le Fleming, from the Hospital, Commission of The John Hunter bust from Alfred Gilbert R. A. and its' installation in the board room 1893-1900. Display of Mr [Pickering] Pick's bust by Mr Brock at the Royal Academy Exhibition, Return of Mr Dent from South Africa, Correspondence from an anonymous member of staff criticising the John Hunter sculpture; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.74 'Football', Result of Recent Fixture; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.75-76 'Reviews', Letter, Word and Mind-Blindness by James Hinshelwood, Surgical Anatomy and Operations, part from E. and S. Livingstone, Aids to Practical Pharmacy by A. C. Stark, A Handbook of Nursing by M. N. Oxford; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.76 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.77 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 7 May 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.77-78 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results of Conjoint Board; author unnamed, 7 May 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.78 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; author unnamed, 7 May 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 4. pp.78 'Birth', A son to T. Wilson Parry; author unnamed, 7 May 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.78 'In Weeks', May 1900; author unnamed, 7 May 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.79 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.79-82 'Remedies of our Forefathers', Article on the History of Pharmacological remedies and folk remedies; Mr Damon, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.82-84 'The Ethics of Vivisection', Article on the Ethics of Vivsection in response to recent public protests; George C. Peachey, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.85-86 'Letter', Letter from South Africa from W.F. Tyndale including an account of being attacked by Ostriches; W. F. Tyndale, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.87-90 'School Notes', Case for installation of a telephone at the Hospital, Lecture by Mr Dent on Small-bore Bullet wounds, Near completion of new buildings at the top of the Hospital, Proposal to present Mr Pick with his bust by Mr Brock in the Hospital Boardroom on 1 Oct 1900, Complaint about noise made by Library swing-doors; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.91 'Rowing Club', Result of recent rowing cup match; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.91-92 'Lawn Tennis Club', Results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.92-94 'Reviews', A Practical Manual of the Diseases of Women and Uterine Therapeutics by H. Macnaughton Jones, Anaesthetics and their Uses and Administration by Dudley W. Buxton, Receipt of Chisosol Tabloids from Burroughs, Wellcome and Co; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.94 'Examination Results', Results of recent Examinations of the University of Cambridge, Victoria University, Durham, Conjoint Board and the Apothecaries; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.95 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.95 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.95 'Births', A son to Charles N. Barton, A daughter to H. R. B. Hickman; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.96 'Marriages', Hubert de Burgh Dwyer to Lydia Ann Brown, Willam Arthur Shann to Clara R. Rae; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.96 'Death', G. B. Guthrie, at Naauwpoort, South Africa from enteric fever; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 5. pp.96 'In Weeks', Jun and Jul 1900; author unnamed, 11 Jun 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp. Facing Page 97 'Photographic Portrait of Warrington Haward'; Mr Dent, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.97 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.97-99 'The Retirement of Mr Haward', Retirement of Mr Haward, 1860-1900. Qualified 1863, Demonstrator in Anatomy 1867, Registrar in Surgery 1870-1872, Curator of the Museum and Demonstrator of Morbid Anatomy1873-1874, Assistant Surgeon at St George's 1875, Lecturer on Surgery and Operative Surgery, Surgeon 1880-1900; An Old Friend, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.99-103 'Bird Life in Norway', Bird Life in Norway Continued; E [Edward] A. Wilson, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.103-105 'The Exhibition of the Graphic Society', Report of the recent Graphic Society Exhibition. Pieces by Dr Dakin, F.G.D. Drewitt, H. B. Muir, Studies in Bird Life and Street in Rouen by E. A. Wilson, Mr Grimsdale, Dr Whipple, S. G. Penny, S. P. Mummery, Dr Blandford, Photographs by Mr Dent, H. G. Drake Brockman, Dr Brigham, H. S. Barwell, A. S. Morley; P. F. T., 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.105-106 'The Sports', Report of the Annual meeting of the Athletic Club; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.106-110 'School Notes', Retirement of Mr Haward, 1860-1900. Dr Buckmaster elected president of the Hunterian Society, Poor turnout at the Hunterian Society dinner on 8 Jun 1900 and at recent meetings, Annual Library Meeting 12 Jun 1900, Completion of recent building works including new Kitchen and nurses' dining room and sitting room. Operating theatre for Out-Patients. Lecture by Mr Dent on Nursing at the War 5 Jul 1900; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.110-112 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports and results of recent matches; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.112 'Review', A Manual of Medicine by W. H. Alchin; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.113 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.113 'Prizes', Recent Prizes awarded; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.113-114 'Pass List', Results of recent examinations of University of Oxford, Cambridge, Conjoint and Apothecaries; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.114 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.114 'Births', A daughter to J. S. Edkins, A daughter to S. Squire Sprigge; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.114 'Marriage', E. L. Hunt to Daisy Beryl May Stranack; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 6. pp.114 'In-Weeks', Jul-Sep 1900; author unnamed, 17 Jul 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.115 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.115-118 'Clinical Laboratories', Laboratories in Diagnosis, Education, Experimentation and Research; Chas. Slater, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.119-123 'After Sannah's Post', Report on experiences as a stretcher bearer during the Boer War, South Africa.; S. H. N., 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.124-129 'School Notes', Appointment of Mr A. M Shield as Surgeon, Appointment of Mr Herbert S. Pendlebury as Assistant Surgeon, Forthcoming meetings of the Hunterian Society, Completion of preparation of new Osteitis deformans skeleton for the dissecting room, Repainting of the hospital during the summer vacation, 1 Oct 1900 Dinner at the Hotel Metropole with oration by Dr Penrose and presentation of the bust by Mr Brock of to Mr Pick, Redistribution of beds to different specialites and clinicians around the hospital, Change from in-weeks to three consecutive days, Cataloguing and purchase of books for the Library, ; author unnamed; 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.129-130 'Reviews', Medical Electricity by H. Lewis Jones, Receipt of Petanelle Wool Surgical Dressing from Pate, Burke and Co; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.130 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 283

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.131 'Pass List', Results of recent examinations of Conjoint Board, Apothecaries and Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.132 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.132 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.132 'Births', A daughter to J. E. C. Bradley, A son to W. H. Macpherson, A son to G. F. Smith; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 7. pp.132 'Death', John Spitta on 2 Aug 1900 aged 81; author unnamed, 09 Oct 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.133 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.133-135 'In Memoriam', In Memoriam, Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke-Ackland, Joined St George's for Clinical Training in 1840, Trained under Sir Benjamin Brodie, Appointed Physician to Radcliffe Infirmary, Author of Life of Sir Benjamin Brodie; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.135-139 'Drug History', History of Pharmacology, ; O. F. F. Grunbaum, 5 Nov 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.140-141 'Letter from South Africa', Report of Medical service during the Boer War, South Africa; Mr Albert Duka, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.142 'Hodge', Poem; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.142-146 'School Notes', Death of Sir Henry Ackland, Appointment of Mr Francis Jaffrey as Assistant Dean, Retirement of Mr H. B. Grimsdale from post of Demonstrator in Anatomy, Recent meeting of the Hunterian Society with Paper on Ambroise Pare by Mr Dent, Award to E. J. and H. R, Spitta of a Silver medal from the Paris Exhibition for microphotographs, New in taking system; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.146-147 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.147-148 'Reviews', A Handbook of the Diseases of the Eye and their treatment by Henry R. Swanzy, Medical Monographs series no III Appendicitis by A. H. Tubby; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.148 'Appointments', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. ; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.149-150 'Examination Results', Results of recent examinations of the Universities of Oxford, Durham, Conjoint Board, Apothecaries and Entrance Scholarships in Science and Arts, and Prize for Medical Thesis from Cambridge; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 8. pp.150 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 5 Nov 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.151 'Contents', List of Contents; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.151-160 'The Portraits in the Board Room of St George's Hospital', The Portraits in the Board Room of St George's Hospital with accompanying biographies and histories of the paintings, I. John Hunter, copy of portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds by Mr Smith approx 1834, II. Sir Caesar Hawkins, copy of portrait by Hogarth, III. The Rev James Clarke by Sir Augus Callcott R.A.,IV. Medal of Dr William Hunter by Burch 1774, V. Matthew Baillie, copy of portrait by Hoppner, Also engraving of this portrait by Mr John Gunning, Bust of Matthew Baillie by Sir Francis Chantry, VI. Sir Everard Home by J. J. Halls, ; Warrington Haward, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.160-162 'Wanted, A Specialist!', Poem; J. B., 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.162-166 'School Notes', Allotment of Surgical beds, Recent meeting of the Hunterian Society, The Indications for Curettage of the Uterus by Mr Percival and Clinical Case meeting, Case of Lymphangioma under Mr Turner, Proposal by Dr Slater and Mr E. J. Spitta to organize a Hospital Laboratory for the examination of bacteriological and Pathological specimens for the benefit of old St George's men [referred cases], author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.166-168 'Football', Reports and results of recent fixtures; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.168 'Lawn Tennis Club', Report of the Annual Meeting of the Lawn Tennis Club; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.169 'Bicycle Polo', Report of a recent match; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.169 'Correspondence', Complaint about the noise from the swing doors in the Library from S. T. C; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.170 'Review', Electricity in Gynaecology by R. J. Cowe; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.170 'Appointment', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.170-171 'Exhibitions and Prizemen', List of recent Prizes and Exhibitons awarded; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.171 'The Services', Appointments of St George's staff to other hospitals and services. Includes honours for the South African war; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.172 'Examination Results', University of London; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900
Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.172 'Birth', A Son to Patrick Cumin Scott; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

Vol VIII. Issue 9. pp.172 'Marriages', John Aylward Churchill to Sybil Maude Hubert, Gilbert Holland Ransome to Helen Louise Jones; author unnamed, 10 Dec 1900

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

William Saunders, 60, Stableman

Occupation or role: Stableman
Age: 60
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Jan 1900
Date of death: 1 Jan 1900
Disease (transcribed): Old Pulmonary Phthisis. Cardiac dilatation
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lung); Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: Not seen by Medical Registrar.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Pleura, lungs, heart, valves, liver, spleen and kidneys.
Type of incident: n/a

William Maris, 49, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 49
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 27 Dec 1899
Date of death: 28 Dec 1899
Disease (transcribed): Left lobar pneumonia
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lung)
Admitted under the care of: Penrose, Francis George
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Roderick, Henry Buckley
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, alimentary canal, bladder and testicles
Type of incident: n/a