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London Milk

London Milk 356 THE BRITISH MEDICAL i868. 7OURrAL. [April iI, has been elected to this office by a large majority of the freeholders legally entitled to record their votes at this election. Influential meet- ings, he states, have already been held at various towns in the western division of Middlesex for this object, and large sums have been con- WITH ANALYSES, OF THE MILK tributed to meet the necessary expenses of the scrutiny. In fighting SECOND REPORT, this second battle, Dr. Hardwicke feels that he is not only aiding him- IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF LONDON: SOLD self to obtain a position which he has a right to claim, but he feels that and Mfoney-value of the Adulterations pradised. Sheewintg the Degree he is fighting for the outraged independence of every freeholder of the county; and, in upholding the purity of election, he is not only sup- members of his own pro- WE again draw the attention of our readers to the quality of milk ported by the members of his committee-the to London, as exhibited by the appended analyses furnished fession-but by the acclamation of every freeholder who recorded a vote supplied Albert in his favour. Meantime, Dr. Diplock has nine http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png British Medical Journal British Medical Journal

London Milk

British Medical Journal , Volume 1 (380) – Apr 11, 1868

London Milk

British Medical Journal , Volume 1 (380) – Apr 11, 1868

Abstract

356 THE BRITISH MEDICAL i868. 7OURrAL. [April iI, has been elected to this office by a large majority of the freeholders legally entitled to record their votes at this election. Influential meet- ings, he states, have already been held at various towns in the western division of Middlesex for this object, and large sums have been con- WITH ANALYSES, OF THE MILK tributed to meet the necessary expenses of the scrutiny. In fighting SECOND REPORT, this second battle, Dr. Hardwicke feels that he is not only aiding him- IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF LONDON: SOLD self to obtain a position which he has a right to claim, but he feels that and Mfoney-value of the Adulterations pradised. Sheewintg the Degree he is fighting for the outraged independence of every freeholder of the county; and, in upholding the purity of election, he is not only sup- members of his own pro- WE again draw the attention of our readers to the quality of milk ported by the members of his committee-the to London, as exhibited by the appended analyses furnished fession-but by the acclamation of every freeholder who recorded a vote supplied Albert in his favour. Meantime, Dr. Diplock has nine

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
ISSN
0007-1447
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1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.1.380.356
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Abstract

356 THE BRITISH MEDICAL i868. 7OURrAL. [April iI, has been elected to this office by a large majority of the freeholders legally entitled to record their votes at this election. Influential meet- ings, he states, have already been held at various towns in the western division of Middlesex for this object, and large sums have been con- WITH ANALYSES, OF THE MILK tributed to meet the necessary expenses of the scrutiny. In fighting SECOND REPORT, this second battle, Dr. Hardwicke feels that he is not only aiding him- IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF LONDON: SOLD self to obtain a position which he has a right to claim, but he feels that and Mfoney-value of the Adulterations pradised. Sheewintg the Degree he is fighting for the outraged independence of every freeholder of the county; and, in upholding the purity of election, he is not only sup- members of his own pro- WE again draw the attention of our readers to the quality of milk ported by the members of his committee-the to London, as exhibited by the appended analyses furnished fession-but by the acclamation of every freeholder who recorded a vote supplied Albert in his favour. Meantime, Dr. Diplock has nine

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Published: Apr 11, 1868

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