James Fitzjames Fraser West (jamesfraserwest) wrote,
James Fitzjames Fraser West

Thursday 11th January 1883

Discussion at BMA on alteration of constitution of Com. of Council. Gamgee and Sawyer the principle reformers. Dined at Dr Foster’s with a lot of medicos. Sat between Russell and Boddington. Dr Joy, Dr Mackenzie of Rugby, Foster and I afterwards played a rubber so that I had not to sit more than an hour waiting for Walter to come from his first evening party at Shepherds[?].

Tags: british medical association, children, clubs and societies, colleagues, family, james russell, james sawyer, joseph sampson gamgee, social life, walter foster, walter west

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