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SECTION OF LARYNGOLOGY, NINTH INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS.
INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT,W. H. DALY, M.D., OF PITTSBURG, PA.
—It is gratifying to see so many of my American confrères here to redeem the pledge made for them at Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1884, that an American welcome should be given the International Medical Congress at this, its ninth, meeting. It is also a source of highest pleasure to meet those present from foreign lands, many of whose familiar names in the growing literature of Laryngology remind us that we are not altogether new acquaintances. With many of us our memories revert at this time, with renewed freshness and pleasure, to our last meeting in the Capital City of the Kingdom of Denmark; the home not only of the sturdy Norse man, but of the most accomplished medical scholars; where both King and Nation gave up their country to the
ADDRESSES.. JAMA. 1887;IX(22):673–674. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400210001001
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