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In The Journal for the 5th inst. we published an official notice from the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements at Washington, saying that reliable arrangements had been made by which members wishing to attend the International Medical Congress in Washington September 5, 1887, can be accommodated by the following steamship lines at the liberally reduced rates mentioned, viz.:
Red Star Line—$100, Antwerp-New York and return.
Inman Line—$100, Liverpool-New York and return.
Hamburg Line— $90, Hamburg-New York and return.
Royal Netherland—$80, Amsterdam-New York and return.
Since that notice we have received authentic information that the several lines named have consented to extend the same rates to the families of members, as the following letter shows:
Washington, D. C., Feb. 14, 1887.
A. Y. P. Garnett, M.D., Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements of the International Medical Congress:
—I am happy to inform you that, through the instrumentality of
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS—TRANSATLANTIC RATES.. JAMA. 1887;VIII(9):241–242. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391340017004
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