Note by the Editors

1822 The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery and the Collateral Branches of Science  
In the first part of the preceding paper, Dr. Hazeltine, in commenting upon our observations on certain formulas of the national pharmacopoeia, considers our opinions as ' incorrect," unfounded," liable to objections,' 'gratuitous and without proof.' He likewise thinks our questions ' obtrusive,'and that we are quite in the wrong in our inferences with regard to the mutual action of soap and metallic salts. We shall endeavour to convince him that we were right.
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