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August 8, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVII(6):228-230. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410840028002

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AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE OPENING OF THE SECTION OF THERAPEUTICS,  At the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, held in Bournemouth, July, 1891.BY WM. VICARY SNOW, M.D., LOND., M.R.C.P., Senior Physician to the Royal Victoria Hospital and the National Sanatorium, Bournemouth; President of the Bournemouth Medical Society.

Gentlemen:  —On behalf of my medical brethren resident in Bournemouth, as President of this Section, I have a pleasant duty to perform, to give a most hearty welcome to our foreign guests and all members of the British Medical Association, on this their first visit to our town. Allow me also to thank the Council of the British Medical Association, for the honor conferred in allowing me to address you from the chair of this meeting.In consequence of our more accurate knowledge of disease, and especially of those affections attended by febrile phenomena, since the introduction of the clinical

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