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" He must also produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits, and likely in every... "
Our Schools and Colleges ... - Page 224
by Frederick Shirley Dumaresq de Carteret-Bisson - 1884
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The India List and India Office List

Great Britain. India Office - Great Britain - 1819
...b. A recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits...likely in every respect to prove creditable to the service if admitted ; and a certificate of moral character from a magistrate, or a minister of the...
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The Medical times and gazette, Volume 2

1877
...by a recommendation from some person of standing in society, nut a member of the candidate's family, to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits, and likely in every respect to prove ereflit-nbl,to the Department, if an appointment be granted, as welt aa a Certificate of moral character...
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The Students' Journal, and Hospital Gazette, Volume 7

1879
...produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits,...certificate of moral character from the parochial clergy man, if possible. 2. The candidate must sign a declaration upon honour that both his parents...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 27, Part 1

Medicine - 1882
...produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits,...character from the parochial clergyman, if possible. ğre of unmixed European blood, and that he labours under no mental or const itutional disease, nor...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 28, Part 1

Medicine - 1883
...produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits,...unmixed European blood, and that he labours under no mentai or constitutional disease, nor has any hereditary tendency thereto, nor any imperfection or...
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Army & navy calendar

T. Atkins - 1883
...parent or guardian, giving exact age ; (2) a recommendation from some person of standing in society that he is of regular and steady habits, and likely...every respect to prove creditable to the Department ; (3) certificate of moral character from parochial clergyman, if possible. 2. Candidate mast sign...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 30, Part 1

Medicine - 1885
...produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits,...sign a declaration upon honour that both his parents ire of unmixed European blood, and that he labours under no mental or constitutional disease, nor has...
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The Students' Journal, and Hospital Gazette, Volume 13

1885
...produce a recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits, and likely in eve nj respect to prove creditable to the department if a commission be granted ; and a certificate...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 36, Part 1

Medicine - 1891
...habits, and likely in every respect to prove creditable to the Department if a commission be granted; and a certificate of moral character from the parochial clergyman, if possible. 2. He must possess two diplomas or licenses, recognised by the General Medical Council, one to practise...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 35, Part 1

Medicine - 1890
...b. A recommendation from some person of standing in society — not a member of his own family — to the effect that he is of regular and steady habits,...likely in every respect to prove creditable to the service if admitted ; and a certificate of moral character from a magistrate, or a minister of the...
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