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1895 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
physician, residing in Corea, during the past three years, is reported by a cable¬ gram, dated December 4, to have died from an attack of typhus fever. The last intelligence by mail from him had reference to his helpful visits, as a volunteer surgeon to one of the battlefields in Corea. Dr. Hall was a graduate in medicine at the Bellevue Hospital Medical School, and was an East Side missionary for two or more years, to fit him the better for work among the poorer Orientals. He wras only 35
more » ... e wras only 35 years of age at the time of his last illness, which must have been rapidly fatal.-Thomas P. Norris, M.D., formerly a coroner of Brooklyn, N. Y., died from renal dis¬ ease on Dec. while in attendance upon several severe cases of that dis¬ ease. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a man of fine character. He met death fearlessly, a martyr to his chosen calling.
doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430010051020 fatcat:lhlnmbyorrdwhd4ss544dgv6tm