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Author(s):
Hurley, William R.
East Tennessee Medical Society.
Publisher:
Knoxville, Tenn. : Southern Citizen office, 1858
Subject(s):
Physician's Role
Addresses
Author(s):
Curtis, Joseph Thomas, 1815-
Hahnemann Academy of Medicine
Publisher:
New York : Angell, Engel & Hewitt, 1852
Subject(s):
Homeopathy
Chemistry
Addresses
Author(s):
Taylor, Othniel H. (Othniel Hart), 1803-1869
Medical Society of New Jersey.
Publisher:
Burlington : Printed at the Gazette Office, 1853
Subject(s):
Education
Empiricism
Professional Practice
New Jersey
Addresses
Author(s):
Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Publisher:
Albany : Van Bentheuysen, 1856
Subject(s):
Religion and Science
Addresses
Author(s):
Roosa, D. B. St. John (Daniel Bennett St. John), 1838-1908
Medical Society of the State of New York (1807- )
Publisher:
New York : Published by order of the Society, 1879
Subject(s):
Medicine
Physician's Role
Health Policy
United States
Addresses
Author(s):
Jenkins, J. Foster (John Foster), 1826-1882
Westchester County Medical Society.
Publisher:
New York : Baillière, 1863
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Addresses
Author(s):
White, James P. (James Platt), 1811-1881
Medical Society of the County of Erie (N.Y.)
Publisher:
Buffalo : Steam Press of Thomas & Lathrops, 1856
Subject(s):
Societies -- organization & administration
Social Welfare
Widowhood
Child, Orphaned
New York
Addresses
Author(s):
Comstock, Joseph.
Miller, Goddard & Mann, printer
Publisher:
Providence : Printed by Miller, Goddard & Mann, 1814
Subject(s):
Fever
Addresses
Author(s):
Flint, Austin, 1836-1915
New York State Medical Association.
Publisher:
New York : Schulze-Berge & Koechl, [1893?]
Subject(s):
Dyspepsia -- therapy
New York
Case Reports
Addresses
Author(s):
Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852
Publisher:
Louisville : Published by members of the Convention at the office of the Louisville herald, 1833
Subject(s):
Social Conditions
Midwestern United States
Addresses