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I have the honor to inform you that myself, and colleagues arrived here, this evening, after a...
A chronical complaint which has been troublesome for some time has within a few days become too...
Th. Jefferson presents his compliments to Dr Dunglison and begs leave to introduce to him Dr...
I am quite at a loss how to write to D r Greenhow. I have examined his whole correspondence and...
The inclosed memorial has been this morning handed in to the Faculty, but as they conceive that...
I have duly recieved your letter of the 28 th covering a petition to which the names of many of...
I find myself now as well as I have been for several months, or as I probably shall be for months...
I know not how to express the gratification which I feel, at the subsidence of your troublesome...
Your kind lre of the 2 d seems to forbid all further controversy on the subject of compensation...
I find I had been too sanguine in believing that my complaint was wearing off. the symptoms...