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Aberdeen Society of Chemists and Drug- Mr. C. Davidson, 205, Union Street, gists

Aberdeen. Colchester Association of Chemists and Mr. J. L. Chaplin, 124, High Street, Druggists

Colchester. Exeter Pharmaceutical Society

Mr. R. Walton, 246, High Street, Exeter. Hull Chemists' Association

Mr. C. J. Bell, Spring Bank, Hull. Leeds Chemists' Association ...

Mr. E. Yewdall, 40, Wade Lane, Leeds. Leicester Chemists' Assistants and Ap- Mr. S. H. Cadoux, 20, Gallowtree Gate, prentices' Association

Leicester. Liverpool Chemists' Association Mr. A. H. Mason, 313, Upper Parlia

ment, Liverpool. Manchester Chemists and Druggists' As- Mr. F. B. Benger, 1, Market Place, sociation

Manchester. Midland Counties Chemists' Association Mr. J. Lucas, 24, Quadrant, New Street,

Birmingham. Nottingham and Notts Chemists' Associa- Mr. J. S. Mayfield, High Street, Nottion

tingham. North British Branch of the Pharma- Mr. J. Mackay, 119, George Street, ceutical Society

Edinburgh. North Staffordshire Chemists' Associa- Mr. W. Wilson, 21, High Street, Hantion

ley, Staffs. Sheffield Pharmaceutical and Chemical Mr. H. W. Maleham, 7, Westbar, ShefAssociation

field. Sunderland, Chemists' Association Mr. J. J. Nicholson 226, High Street

West, Sunderland.

PROGRAMME OF PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

BRITISH PHARMACEUTICAL CONFERENCE,

AT THE

NINTH ANNUAL MEETING, BRIGHTON,

1872.

DIFFICERS FOR 1871-72.

President.
H. B. BRADY, F.L.S., F.C.S., Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Hice-Presidents.
Who have filled the Office of President.

H. DEANE, F.L.S., Clapham Common, S.
PROF. BENTLEY, F.L.S., M.R.C.s., 17, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.
D. HANBURY. F.R.S., F.L.S., Clapham Common, London, s.W.
W.W. STODDART, F.C.S., F.G.S., Bristol.

Vice-Presidents.
J. INCE, F.L.S., F.C.S., London.

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J. WILLIAMS. F.C.S., London.

R. REYNOLDS, F.C.S., Leeds.

W. D. SAVAGE, Brighton.

Treasurer.
GEORGE F. SCHACHT, Clifton, Bristol.

General Secretaries.
PROF. ATTFIELD, Ph.D., F.C.S., 17, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.

F. BADEN BENGER, 1, Market Place, Manchester.
Assistant Secretary.

Eocal Secretary
JOHN MOSS, F.C.S.

T. GLAISYER.
Editor of the Year-Book. Editor of the Transactions.
C. H. WOOD, F.C.S.

PROF. ATTFIELD.
Other Members of the Executive Committee--1871-2.
M. CARTEIGHE, F.C.S., London. E. EKIN, F.C.S., Bath. 10. UMNEY, F.C.S., London.
T. B. Geoves, F.C.S., Wey- J.MACKAY, F.C.S., Edinburgh. F. C. CLAYTON, Birmingham.
mouth.

T. GREENISI, F.C.S., London. W. SMITI, Brighton.
F. SUTTON, F.C.S., Norwich.

Auditors.
H. C. BAILDON; J. SCHWEITZER.

Local Committee for Brighton.
A. J. ALDRIDGE.

J. FIELD.

J. KEMP.
1. BARTON.
W. H. GIBSON.

F. LONG.
T. BILLING.
J. T. GWATKIN.

J. PADWICK.
T. A. BREW.
T. HAFFENDEX,

F. W. SALMOX.
J. COLBY, jun.
E. HISTED.

J. SCHWEITZER,
W. CORNISI.

The sittings of the Conference were held in the Royal Pavilion, on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 13th and 14th, commencing at 10 a.m, each day.

Monday, August 12th The EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE met according to the notices from the Secretaries.

Tuesday, August 13th.

The CONFERENCE met at 10 o'clock a.m., adjourning at 12.30 p.m.; and at 2 o'clock p.m., adjourning at 4.30 p.m.

Order of Business :

Reception of Delegates.
Place of Meeting for 1873.
Report of the Executive Committee and Financia Statement.
Introductory Address by the President.

PAPERS.

1. Pharmaceutical Education. Professor ATTFIELD.
2. Pharmaceutical Education. Mr. JULIUS SCHWEITZER.
3. Notes on Education. Mr. BARNARD S. PROCTOR.
4. Pharmaceutical Ethics. Mr. S. R. ATKINS.
5. Discussion on Pharmaceutical Education.

Wednesday, August 14th. The EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE met at 9 a.m.

The CONFERENCE met at 10 o'clock a.m., adjourning from 12.30 p.m. till 2 o'clock p.m. The whole of the business of the Conference was completed this day by about 4.30 p.m.

Order of Business:

Election of Members.
Reception of Delegates.

PAPERS.

6. Calabrian Manna. Mr. DANIEL HANBURY, F.R.S. 7. Occurrence of Manganese in Certain Drugs. Professor FLÜCKIGER. 8. Succus Scapi Taraxaci. Mr. H. BARTON. 9. Pill Coatings. Mr. T. HAFFENDEN. 10. On Tinctures. Messrs. STODDART and TUCKEB. 11. Guaiacol. Mr. J. WILLIAMS, F.C.S.. 12. Laboratory Notes. Mr. EDWARD SMITH.

13. On Kamala. Mr. T. B. GROVES, F.C.S. 14. New Derivatives from Morphia and Codeia. Professor WRIGHT, D.Sc. 15. Orris Root. Mr. HENRY GROVES. 16. Note on Tincture of Perchloride of Iron. Mr. T. HUSTWICK. 17. Koegoed ; a new Drug from South Africa. Mr. G. A. KEYWORTH. 18. Researches on the Constituents of Aloes. Part I., Dr. TILDEN ; Part II.,

Dr. TILDEN and Mr. RAMMELL. 19. Notes on Green Extracts. Mr. RICHARD W. GILES. 20. A Cheap Disinfectant. Mr. EDWARD C. O. STANFORD, F.C.S.

Election of Officers for 1872-73. The Local Members of the Conference at Brighton invited their brethren from distance to & SUPPER, on TUESDAY EVENING, August 15th, at 8.30 p.m.

The Local Committee added to the Programme the following useful

information for strangers.

PLACES OF INTEREST IN OR NEAR BRIGHTON.

AQUARIUM, on the Marine Parade.
ABUNDEL—The Castle, the residence of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk. The

Keep and Dairy are open to the public Mondays and Fridays, from 12 till 4.

The Church contains the superb Arundel tombs. Asylum, Deaf and Dumb, Eastern Road—Tuesdays 12 to 1, Thursdays 3 to 4. Baths—Turkish, 59, West Street; Swimming, Ladies and Gentlemen, 76–78,

East Street; Public and Town, North Road. CEMETERIES—Extra-Mural, Lewes Road; Parochial, ditto: Parish (not used now,

but containing interesting tombs). CHICHESTER—The Cathedral, interesting to the Antiquary, and rich in “Flas

mans"; the Market Cross, City Walls, etc. CHURCH of St. Nicholas-of Norman Architecture. COLLEGE-Eastern Road. Belongs to a proprietor. DEVIL'S DYKE–Five miles from Brighton; celebrated for its fine view. FREE LIBRARY, Church Street_Opened last month. GOODWOOD— The Park full of splendid trees; the house, the residence of the Duke

of Richmond, always open, except during the race week. GRAND STAND and RACE COURSE-On the Downs, about one mile from the Chain

Pier. HOLLINGSBURY CASTLE-On the Ditchling Road. MUSEUM—In the Pavilion. To be seen daily on payment of 6d. each. OVINGDEAN GRANGE—Supposed to have afforded shelter to Charles II. on his way

to France. PIERS—The Chain, Marine Parade; 1130 feet long, 13 feet wide (admittance 2d.)

- New, King's Road; 1115 feet long, 40 feet wide (2d.) PevenSEY CASTLE-Open on Thursdays ; very picturesque ruins. POST OFFICE, Ship Street, -4 collections and deliveries daily.

THEATRE ROYAL,—New Road.
Town Hall and MARKET, near East Street.
STANMER PARK—The seat of the Earl of Chichester.
N.B.-A Temporary Museum, containing a Miscellaneous Collection of Works of

Art, will be opened during the visit of the British Association, in the Corn
Exchange, Church Street.

Cabs 1s. per Mile, or 2s. 6d. per hour.

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