Bellows Falls, Vt., April 9, 1898.
To the Editor:
—In reading your editorial of March 26 (page 739), on "Post-Graduate Lectures at Home," I was much pleased with the suggestions you offered. It is a plan that has been carried out, in part, by our Society for a good many years. We have had such men as Prof. Conner of Cincinnati, Prof. Hanks of New York, and others. Of late years we have had in operation a plan that has been more fruitful of results in every particular. The Society of which I am Secretary, viz., the Connecticut River Valley Medical Association, with White River Medical Association and the White Mountains Medical Association, have, through the kindness and generosity of Dartmouth Medical College, held a joint meeting at Hanover, and the Professors have given us lectures on their special branches. We have also had some specialists from outside. The expense