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—Before another number of The Journal reaches all of its readers, the Ninth International Medical Congress, of Washington, will have completed its sessions, and its work have passed to the hands of the historian. It is not for us to predict what the character of the work will be; but we have the satisfaction of knowing that, through the faithful work of the Executive Committee and the untiring zeal of the Local Committee of Arrangements at Washington, every preparation has been made for the accommodation and entertainment of an International gathering of medical men equal in numbers and in scientific and professional achievements, to any that have preceded it.
All the conductors on the Maine Central Railway have been provided by the management of the road with cases containing all the remedies to be used in cases of accident, such as linen and rubber bandages, plaster, surgical instruments, medicines, liniments,
The International Congress.. JAMA. 1887;IX(9):277. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400080021006
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