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—The fifty-first annual meeting of this Association was held in accordance with the previously published programme, in Liverpool, from July 31 to August 3, inclusive. The New York Medical Record of August 4 contains a very brief abstract of the proceedings, received by cable dispatch. The meeting is represented to have been largely attended, and the work done in the several Sections varied and important. Among the guests in attendance from other countries was Dr. Austin Flint, Sr., President of the American Medical Association, who was received with great cordiality. In a letter from him, dated July 4, he expressed much interest in the current year's work of our own National Association and its culmination at the next annual meeting in Washington. He will soon be home, and, if his efforts are promptly sustained by the officers of Sections and prominent members of the profession throughout the country, the next
Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association. JAMA. 1883;I(5):148. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390050020004
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