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1871 The Lancet  
the disease he was called upon to treat in others. Of amiable manners, frank and intelligent demeanour, untiring assiduity in his work, and strictly conscientious in his relations towards others, Mr. Shaw carried with him to the grave the affection and sympathy of all surrounding him. It is sad to record this early pruning of the youth of our profession; but the sap of them is left in the tree, to bud forth afterwards to the accomplishment of a perfect fruit from the germ of good example left behind.
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