He is an honest, intelligent young man, and a house-surgeon at the Salptrire.
After a while he was seen by the house-surgeon and his assistant.
It is good for the house-surgeon to have a place where his patients can come and see him.
For nearly a twelvemonth he had been a house-surgeon at the Hospital of La Pitie.
The house-surgeon of a London hospital was attending to the injuries of a poor woman whose arm had been severely bitten.
The house-surgeon, Mr. Kennedy, I regret to say, sends you his love.
The former involves the house-surgeon: the latter the grateful lieutenant.
house-surgeon, from 1882 to 1884, at Charing Cross Hospital.
"Found unconscious in the Liverpool train," said the house-surgeon.
"Come round after twelve to-morrow, and we may know more," said the house-surgeon.