Vital Statistics of Boston

1861 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Resolved, That by the death of our respected friend, Dr. E. Dawes, the community has sustained the loss of an honest man and a useful citizen,-the sick are bereft of an intelligent, skilful, and kind medical adviser,-and we, his companions, are deprived of an ornament to our profession, a true friend, a reliable counsellor, and a worthy example for imitation. Resolved, That while offering our heartfelt sympathy to his afllicted family, we feel anxious to express our high appreciation of his
more » ... acter as a man and as a physician. Resolved, Tiiat a copy of the foregoing resolutions be transmitted to the relatives of the deceased, and to the public press. (Signed)-Drs.
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