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April 26, 1890

THE RUSH MONUMENT.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(17):615. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410170023007

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Abstract

The able address of Dr. William Pepper commemorating the life and services of Dr. Benjamin Rush, which was delivered at the last annual meeting at Newport, will be found in the present number of The Journal. We commend its careful perusal to all our readers. The Report of Dr. A. L. Gihon, Chairman of the Special Committee, is also presented at this time, and those who were present at its delivery will be sure to read it with special interest.

The time is opportune for the re-presentation of this subject. The purposes of the Association are fully set forth in these papers, and it is sincerely to be hoped that they will so impress the minds of its members as to lead to prompt and generous action on their part, when assembled at Nashville. Among all the monumental tributes that shall express gratitude for signal achievements there should be three

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