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Excerpt from The Dental Record, Vol. 17: A Monthly Journal of Dental Science, Art, and Literature, Devoted to the Interests of the Profession, January December, 1897

Society had sustained in the death of Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson. In his capacity as President he had attended the funeral ceremony on behalf of the Society, feeling it was his duty, and the least that could be done to the memory of so eminent and honourable a man. Dr. Richardson, as would be known, was an honorary member of the Odontological Society, and showed his interest in it to the last, his name being down for a communication to be read early in the new year. The Council had empowered the Secretaries and the President to write a suitable letter of condolence to Lady Richardson and the members of the family.

The minutes of the last meeting were then read and confirmed.

M. F. Lawson Dodd and Mr. Harold Dewe Mathews signed the obligation book, and were admitted members of the Society.

The librarian (mr. W. A. Maggs) stated that in addition to the usual exchanges he had received Mr. J. F. Colyer's book on The Extraction of the Teeth.

The curator (mr. Storer Bennett) acknowledged the receipt from Mr. Horace Farebrother of a lower jaw, supposed to belong to an anglo-saxon, about 547 a.d., which had been dug up near Old Sarum. The arches were well developed and the teeth were well formed, without the slightest sign of caries. There was evidence of wear from mastication, and the wisdom teeth, which were unerupted, were somewhat misplaced. The specimen was an interesting one.

Mr. W. E. Harding (shrewsbury), in a casual communication, mentioned a new antiseptic which he had been using for the treatment of dead roots and pulpless teeth. The drug in question was formalin, it was quite as powerful as corrosive sublimate, if not more so, and, unlike it, was not poisonous though slightly volatile, it would not decompose. In a very diluted form it would destroy germs of anthrax and typhoid. In the treatment of root canals he used it in the proportion of I in 5. The gentleman who had brought it to his notice was a chemist who had devoted a good deal of attention to bacteriology, and he regarded it as one of the most potent germicides.

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