Weekly Bulletin of Prevalent Diseases

F. W. Draper
1875 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
good general hospital would do away with the necessity for the greater part of the others, and the energy which is spent in maintaining these separate charities would ell'ect a better purpose if concentrated for a single object. This will not be attempted at present, as the Board of Health is an obstacle in the way ; government aid would be solicited for the movement, and necessarily the board would be invested with authority in the matter, at least so think the profession, and this would be in
more » ... nd this would be in the highest degree objectionable. The physicians who
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