MEETING OF THE DISTRICT MEDICAL OFFICERS OF BIRMINGHAM

1847 The Lancet  
265 the fortunate public of his own most successful treatment:' It is rather hard, if Dr. IKNIS is so burning to acquaint the public with his singular merits, that he cannot quack and notorize himself without libelling other people, and vaunting the presumed ignorance and neglect of the profession at large. But this line of conduct is the very quintessence of quackery as found in the professional ranks. The man who quacks is he who, to raise himself, does not hesitate to abuse his profession, and who is never satisfied with, or capable of
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