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October 17, 1896


JAMA. 1896;XXVII(16):876-877. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430940046029

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The Rush Monument.  —The Rush Monument Committee has sent the following circular to the Regular profession, which we hope will be heeded:

My Dear Doctor:  —The remarkable success of the relatively small body of homeopaths in the United States, in collecting $75,000 for their monument to Hahnemann to be erected in the city of Washington, ought to make every reputable regular physician in the country keenly alive to the necessity for promptly subscribing to the fund for the long-delayed monument to Benjamin Rush.The model for the monument to Hahnemann, which has been on exhibition in New York city, has attracted general admiration on account of its great beauty and artistic excellence, which will make it unrivaled as a work of this kind.The regular medical profession, numbering over one hundred thousand more than the entire body of homeopaths, has thus far subscribed less than $4,000 toward the projected monument

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