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Philadelphia, Feb. 17, 1885.
We may expect shortly again to be in the agonies of a canvass for a professorship, Prof. Mallet, but recently elected to the chair of chemistry in Jefferson, having resigned. At this rate, the trustees of that institution will greatly enjoy their position, and perhaps they may come to the conclusion that for a time at least " honors are not easy." Thus far, the only candidates who have appeared being Philadelphians, the canvass may be regarded as not yet begun, inasmuch as no citizens of this metropolis need apply. We would respectfully request the chemists from afar off to put in their applications.
The winter medically has been quiet. Very little practice; nothing of special interest in our societies. But hold! we forget, our county society has been holding a series of meetings for the discussion of an Act to create a Board of
PHILADELPHIA LETTER. JAMA. 1885;IV(9):250–251. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390840026015
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