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this measure in every case, but advised that mode to be employed which was most readily applicable to each case. He still, notwithstanding Dr. Barnes's opinion, adhered to what he had stated in the paper concerning its advantages. With respect to Wigand, he must apologise to him for having only mentioned his name with others. He had merely read the English works upon his suggestions, in which no allusion whatever was made to the inner hand. In no English book was any mention of the plan made.doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)59525-8 fatcat:evb6h4ct7be6bk3uxmyeq5x6h4