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August 23, 1890


JAMA. 1890;XV(8):291-292. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410340023006

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Papers Mislaid.  —We regret exceedingly that the package which contained the papers presented in the Medical Section at Nashville, in some unaccountable manner, has gone astray. It has often been the custom for Secretaries of Sections to retain the papers for a few days, and as soon as they were properly arranged to forward them to The Journal. For a time it was supposed that these were thus held. But later correspondence reveals the fact that they were arranged by the Secretary at the time, and left for delivery at Nashville. A most diligent correspondence and searching has failed thus far to discover them. It is our hope that the package may still be recovered. In the meantime, we have corresponded with each of the writers of papers, and in most cases will be able to secure duplicate copies for publication.We deem this explanation due both to writers and

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