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ferred upon the blind, and by his words and writings has done much for their education all over the world. He has taken a prominent part in the training of the idiotic and the feebleminded, and was the principal of the school organized in 1851 for improving the condition of those classes. His philanthropic tendencies led him into many fields of labor which it is hardly within our province to notice. His political views are pretty widely known. He was the intimate friend of John Brown. At thedoi:10.1056/nejm187601200940305 fatcat:mxv72kespngslplwpszxu5ouh4