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September 21, 1889

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1889;XIII(12):421-422. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401090025009

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The Delaware Hospital.  —The corner stone of this hospital was laid by the Masonic Grand Lodge on the 17th ult. Dr. L. P. Bush, President of the Hospital Board, in his address said that " had the desire of the physicians of Wilmington been carried out there would have been a place long ago to which the sick and wounded of our city who were in need of assistance could be taken. But it is a happy event which has brought us here to-day to attempt to supply the deficiencies of the past and to help to wipe away whatever of odium may have rested upon the reputation of our city by this neglect."The building will be ready for occupation before the close of the year. The present structure will be added to from time to time. A copy of The Journal, together with a copy of each

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