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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
Of few men could it more regretfully be said, " The place which knew him shall know him no more." His life was eminently not one of those to be measured by figures on a dial, but rather by all which he did and pnrpo:>ed, and by all the sterling influences of his character. The good he did will live after him. During his term of active practice his kindly presence and acknowledged skill were the solace and reliance of his patients; while his energy, sagacity, and high sense of honor gave himdoi:10.1056/nejm188411271112212 fatcat:o772qcniurhabj2i3lh6wh4lbu