BIRMINGHAM. (From our own Correspondent.)

1876 The Lancet  
205 ing from the shock of the apoplectic attack alluded to and thought probable by Dr. Broadbent. Later on in the case the aphasia disappeared, and he -answered questions distinctly. Hence my remark, ° Aphasia was, not a marked symptom." I am. Sir. Your obedient servant. 1am. Sir. your obedient servant.
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