Remarks on Itinerants

1837 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
There are characters so exalted that calumny cannot reach them, and there are others so low that detraction cannot hurt them. Franklin and Washington are specimens of the first class, and the person whose name is at the head of this article of the second. As well
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