Sir John Scott Burdon-Sanderson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.P

1905 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
was shot on the same day, but it was learned afterward that the animal had bitten about fifty other dogs in and near the town. Of these, twelve developed alarming symptoms, and were promptly put to death upon the order of the mayor of Hackettstown. The mayor, with the determination to remove, so far as possible, all sources of danger, appointed three dog hunters, who have since engaged in a war of extermination on dogs and cats. Ob i t u a r i e s .
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