1894 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
duction of superfatted soaps, and cleanly pastes and jellies has been of the greatest value. These methods of applying medicaments to the skiu are as superior to those used by our predecessors of not many years ago, as the Henry Martini's aud magazine guns of the present day are to the muskets with which Wellington's
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