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Times (London)
2 May 1863

APOTHECARIES'-HALL,-The following are the names of gentlemen who passed their examination in the science and practice of medicine, and received certificates to practice, on Thursday the 30th of April;-Frederick Sutton, Marton-vicarage, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire; Henry Stubbs, Brierley-hill; John Morton, Holbeach, Lincolnshire; Frederick Gordon Brown, Finsbury-circus; John Reddrop, Tiverton, Devonshire; John William Taylor, New Malton, Yorkshire; John David Frankish, Christchurch, New Zealand; Thomas Edward Mason, Deal, Kent; Albert Weaving, Oxford; Charles Phineas Langford, Hingham, Norfolk. The following gentleman also on the same day passed his first examination;-Thomas Sanders, University College.


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       Press Reports: Times [London] - 20 January 1928 
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       Witnesses: Dr. Frederick Gordon Brown