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A British Institute of Preventive Medicine

    Naturevolume 44pages124127 (1891) | Download Citation



    ON Friday, June 5, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach received in one of the large rooms of the Victoria Hotel, Northumberland Avenue, an unusually numerous and influential deputation on behalf of the British Institute of Preventive Medicine. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach was accompanied by Sir Henry Calcraft, K.C.B., Secretary to the Board of Trade, Mr. Courtenay Boyle, C.B., and Mr. Walter J. Howell.

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