Extracts from a Memoir of Bowman Hendry, M.D

1848 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
advised a removal over the hill ; but the gentleman, whose possessions did not extend far, could only accomplish it by moving lower down where the hill was narrower. Ho in this way secured a hill between him and the river valley, but gained little in distance, and was on a place at least fifty feet lower than that lie had left. His new residence proved entirely exempt from bilious fever, and is still inhabited and healthy.-
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