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The regulations against which I protest might do for a university in a country which had no colonies, but is altogether out of place in the calendar of a British university which counts its graduates in all parts "augmentation" of attracted by the fame of Sir Charles Bell, he entered the Middlesex Hospital, and attended also at the school of Mr. Mentats - cheyne, in his essay on the diseases of children, says:" Should we ascertain, that the alimentary canal is torpid and imperfectly performing its functions, admitting an accumulation of foeculent matter, or that the secretions flowing into it, are vitiated or diminished in quantity, which we discover by the peculiarity in the appearance, or by the pungent foetor of the stools, we must, by steadily pursuing the purgative plan, endeavor to effect a change in the hepatic system, the alimentary canal, and all the parts, including every organ essential to life, which is connected with them." This is in perfect accordance with the experience of every judicious physician in this country. But in Wilson's- latest article, published in O.rford Medicine,- di Vol. Maroc - no copyright is claimed, unless specifically indicated.
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They had already been refuted by the findings of the Departmental Committee, who in their report stated:"We do not consider that there is reason for general condemnation of a prison system which resulted originally fn)ni careful inquiry and much deliberation: or that it is right to lay the burden of all the shortcomings ol the prison system on the central prison authorities, who have carried into effect, under successive Secretaries of State, the Acts approved by Parliament, who have loyally and substantially carried out the various recommendations made from time to time by Commissions andCommittees, and who, as administrators, have achieved in point of organisation, discipline, oider, and economy, a striking administrative success." Similar testimony was given in reference to improved berapa sanitation, and to the kindness and forbearance exercised by the staff in their dealings with prisoners.