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powers, faithful, most conscientious in the discharge of every duty, always ready to go at the beck and bidding of others at whatever cost or sacrifice to himself. Here, indeed, we find one of the prominent traits of his noble and unselfish nature. He made himself prematurely old in his unremitting labors for the cause of science and of humanity. During the last winter especially he felt conscious of failing strength, and of the onset of serious if not fatal disease. But no warnings of friendsdoi:10.1056/nejm187803140981109 fatcat:ur5zb6w5kbgj3k2775hspnlzoe