Dr. North — The Treatment of Chronic Diseases

1845 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
in his early youth, and from that time onward has never wearied in its researches. And by his quiet and unobtrusive modesty he has exalted its character as much as by his thorough and extensive acquirements. It never had a more unassuming ora more worthy votary. The distinguished societies of this country and of Europe have enrolled him among their numbers, and whenever he has appeared among them, he has been listened to with attention and respect. He occupied one of those high places in which
more » ... t will be hard to find a worthy successor. Resolved, That we remember with gratitude and respect his character as a man. Open-handed and generous, and affable alike to all, the rich and the poor have lost in him a benefactor and a friend. And he has left behind him a noble example of persevering constancy. A self-made man, be has not for a moment relaxed in his industry, or suffered any tempation to divert him from bis lofty aim. Both when standing almost alone and unaided, and when his perseverance and devotion had multi-
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