1888 The Lancet  
gratitude for his services by making him an honorary I citizen, and by calling after his name the street in which he resided. When, on March 26th, 1887, he celebrated his seventieth birthday, the people of llarburg conferred on him every mark of appreciation it was in their power to bestow, and he then took occasion, after four decades of distinguished work, first under Kur-Hessian and subsequently under Prussian government, to withdraw to wellearned repose. This he did not long live to enjoy,
more » ... nd, after a short illness, he died on the 16th inst. He left publications of great merit and extraordinary popularity behind him, while a considerable number of surgical instruments invented or modified by himself bear his name.
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