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August 30, 1884

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.

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JAMA. 1884;III(9):248. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390580024011

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Abstract

Belfast, Ireland, Aug. 5, 1884.

Mr. Editor:  The fifty-second meeting of the British Medical Association was held in Belfast, Tuesday, July 29, to Friday August 1. Will you grant a little space to a delegate from the American Medical Association, that he may give an account of the proceedings to the members who did not have the privilege of attending? The meeting was largely attended, not a little attraction being added by the fact that only two of the previous meetings had been held in Ireland. Of the members sixteen were present as delegates from the American Medical Association.Everything was done to make the meeting a success from every standpoint, and it will go on record as one of the most successful and most interesting meetings of the Society. The meeting was held in the buildings of the Queen's College, than which there could have been no more desirable

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