1849 The Lancet  
The young medical men of the navy regard it as a point of honour, a matter of dignity, for which they are ready to bear up under disappointment for any length of time, rather than yield to compromise. Their whole heart and soul are bound up in the dignity-of their profession, and this feeling is so
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