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Homœopathic Interference with Regular Practitioners

H. Cocles
1854 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Homopathie Interference with Regular Practitioners. blast most of the year, though all on the decline. They go by steam. water, caloric, magnetism, "infinitesimal," and divers other species of motive power. Here, too, was the Eden of " spiritual knocking" ; and here once flourished an Eclectic College," which, failing to obtain a charter, disappointed its students of their diplomas, and its professors of their profits ; it then removed to Syracuse, N. Y., and from thence, 1 believe, to
more » ... elieve, to oblivion, its pwmanent location. W e have also foreign and native quacks, of all denominations and both sexes. T h e medical profession, however, is not responsible for this state of things-they have no sympathy with quackery. A society for the discussion of scientific and medical subjects, has been re-organized, and is attended with interest. A new $e bill, with ad-
doi:10.1056/nejm185403150500704 fatcat:mxfbqwuvkrcmrkfcwqtigk2uj4