American Medical Writers

1832 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
still to hang like the weight of a millstone about the necks of foreign physicians, in their treatment of the present epidemic. In violent cases, their usual practice can certainly have no appreciable effect. As well ¡night Wellington, at the head of a sheriff's posse commitatus, or of a corps of cockneys armed with sword canes and pocket pistols, have contested with Bonaparte on the field of Waterloo. We have happily, within the reach of every practitioner, the most ample accounts of the kind
more » ... f tactics, and the weapons, which American medical combatants have successfully employed, for more than a quarter of a century, in resolutely meeting and conquering a most deadly foe. Celsus.
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