Medical Notes

1875 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
and subsequently completed his medical education in Europe, where he had the privilege of listening to such men as Dupuytren and Abernethy. On returning to this country he began the practice of his profession, in which he was quite successful, acquiring considerable reputation for skill as a surgeon. His activity as a physician, and the high respect iu which he was held by his fellow-citizens, are shown by the numerous positions of honor and trust which he has from time to time held, lie was at
more » ... me held, lie was at one time physician of the municipal institutions, and also of the house of correction, and has been for many years one of the consulting physicians of the Massachusetts General Hospital and of the Boston City Hospital, lie has also occupied positions in the general court, the common council, and the school committee, and for six years was on the board of overseers of Harvard College.
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