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March 1, 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(9):313-314. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410090025007

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The Metropolitan Medical Society.  A new medical society has been started in New York city, which will not limit its membership to the city itself but will draw from the entire metropolitan district. Meetings will be held twice a month.

Medical Students Named in a Will.  Mayor Grant, of New York city, has received information that the will of Count Henry Hardegg, who died at Vienna, Austria, in May last, names that former city as a possible legatee. The bequest, if it ever comes, is to be set apart for the benefit of struggling medical students. The amount of the legacy has not yet been discovered.

The Arkansas State Asylum Damaged by Fire.  The Insane Asylum at Little Rock, Arkansas, was very nearly destroyed by fire on the 16th instant. One wing was burned down, involving a loss of $35,000. There was no loss of life although the inmates,

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