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* Dr. Orichton Browne.—We learn from the Times that the Lord Chancellor has appointed Dr. Crichton Browne to the important post of Medical Visitor of Lunatics, in place of Dr Bucknill, who has retired from ill-health. Dr. Crichton Browne, as we need hardly remind our readers, has been for several years the medical superintendent of the West Riding Lunatic Asylum at Wakefield. In that capacity he has not only organised the work of the asylum in a manner which has earned the warmest praises of successive Government Inspectors and of the West Riding Justices, but he has raised the character of the Institution to such a point that its name is now known and respected throughout the scientific world. His appointment to the office of Medical Visitor it a well-deserved recognition of his labours and attainments: but the loss of his services at Wakefield will be severely felt by the West Riding Bench.—Leeds Mercury, Dec. 13.
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