Mr. Upton, Clerk to the Society of Apothecaries, has addressed
a letter 4o a Manchester committee of "general practitioners," stating the result of negotiations with the Home'Secretary. Acting upon what they believe to be the prevailing wish of the profession, the Apothecaries Company inti- mated to Government that the general practitioners desired a charter for their separate incorporation. Sir James Graham replied, that he was open to the proposal of a plan, but that it must be made out in detail. Mr. Upton accordingly invites the general practitioners, through their local associations to send in to the Company their suggestions; and heads are given for the guidance of the suggestors.