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March 19, 1887

LETTER FROM NEW YORK.

JAMA. 1887;VIII(12):333-335. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391370025009

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Abstract

New York County Medical Association—The International Congress—Proposed County Association in Brooklyn—Spastic Ataxia; the Scleroses of the Cord —General Shaler.

At the stated monthly meeting of the New York County Medical Association, held February 21, Dr. Charles A. Leale, who has for the past two years filled the position of President with so much credit both to himself and the Association, delivered an able address, on retiring from the chair, which was followed by one of like character by the President-elect, Dr. John Shrady. In his remarks Dr. Leale referred to the fact that from its membership was chosen the one not only to deliver the Address in Medicine at the last meeting of the British Medical Association, but who was also unanimously elected to be the President of the next International Medical Congress. "We miss his genial face to-night," he said, "but the name of Dr.

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