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(FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)
The Meeting in Dublin.
One of the most successful meetings of this great Association has just been concluded, and the whole medical worldhas had representatives here to taste the genuine Irish hospitality, and enjoy meeting and communing with the eminent members of the profession here assembled. The number of members registered as being in attendance amounted to 904. The weather was most propitious, and Dublin was in holiday attire.The president, Dr. Banks, delivered his address in the large Dining Hall of Trinity College, taking for his subject, The History of Medicine in Dublin, which he handled in a most complete and interesting manner. He spoke of the admission of women to the University as being obligatory, as the charter of the University is mandatory as written, and the Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons have thrown open their doors and afforded them every possible facility.The
W. H. H.. BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.. JAMA. 1887;IX(8):251–252. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400070027013
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