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THE deputation which is to submit to Sir Michael Hicks Beach to-morrow a statement of the facts relating to the proposed British Institute of Preventive Medicine, will be large, influential, and thoroughly representative of the various departments of science. It is expected that the following gentlemen will speak: Sir Joseph Lister, the Duke of Westminster, Sir Henry Roscoe, Prof. Dewar, Mr. Haldane, M.P., Q.C., and Prof. Ray Lankester. A letter from Prof. Huxley will be read.

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