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practitioners and students of medicine. 6. ed. N. Y. & Lond.,

1905, D. Appleton & Co. 1143 p. 8°.

Counsels and ideals from the writings of ... . [Selected and
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Unity, peace, and concord; a farewell address to the medical pro-
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Also: J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1905, xlv, 365-369.
Also: St Louis M. Rev., 1905, lii, 112-116.
Also: Maryland M. J., Bait, 1905, xlviii, 412-422.
In his: Collect repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 255.

The student life. A farewell address to Canadian and American
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Also: Med. News, N. Y., 1905, Ixxxvii, 625-633.
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156 SiE William Osler, Baet.

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Acute tuberculous pneumonia. Brooklyn ]\L J., 1905, xix, 57-61.

The home in its relation to the tuberculosis problem. Rev. inter-
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An address on Sir Thomas Browne. Brit. M. J., Lond., 1905, ii,
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The Roval Dental Hospital of London: address. Lancet, Lend.,
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A letter to graduate^ of The Johns Hopkins Medical School. Johns
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1908

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Vienna after thirty-four years. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1908,
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Diseases of the arteries.

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Aneurysm.

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160 Sir William Oslek, Bart.

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1910

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1911

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An address on the hospital unit in university work. Lancet, Lond.,
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1913

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XXI. Aristotle, Greek Thinkers by Gemperz, vol. iv.
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XXII. Dr. Slop.
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