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We learn from a recent number of the News and Courier, of Charleston, that the funeral of Dr. William T. Wragg, one of the oldest and most respected of the physicians of that city, took place on the 1st day of the present month, June 1st, 1885. We have not only known Dr. Wragg by reputation as a prominent and active practitioner, a contributor to medical literature, and an enlightened citizen, but we enjoyed the cordial hospitality of himself and family during the week that the Amercan Medical Association held its annual meeting in that city, in May, 1851. Hence the news of his death brought more than the usual feeling of sadness, accompanying the departure of one of the older and more honorable members of our profession; it left rather the impress, that a personal friend and brother had given us the last farewell.
DEATH OF DR. WILLIAM T. WRAGG, OF CHARLESTON, S. CAROLINA. JAMA. 1885;IV(24):665. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390990021006
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