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ADDRESS OF WELCOME.
Read at the Fortieth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, Newport, R. I., June, 1889.BY HENRY E. TURNER, M.D., OF NEWPORT, R. I,Mr. President and Gentlemen of the American Medical Association:The honor of presenting to you, gentlemen, an Address of Welcome on this highly interesting occasion, on the part of the local faculty of Newport, is one which I duly appreciate, as a flattering mark of confidence on the part of my associates, and as an agreeable form of introduction to yourselves, to whom I am very largely unknown, having never, though often delegated by the Rhode Island Medical Society, had the satisfaction of attending a Session of the National Association, because, generally, of the great distances of the meetings from my place of residence.Newport, as a resort for health or pleasure, is more or less familiar to you all, but its
ADDRESSES. JAMA. 1889;XIII(5):145–149. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401040001001
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