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—A presentation copy of this interesting book, "An Account of Bellevue Hospital, with a Catalogue of the Medical and Surgical Staff from 1736 to 1894," is before us. It is from the De Vinne press, and faultless in its typographical dress. It is abundantly illustrated, and attractive beyond anything of a medico-historical nature that has hitherto fallen under our notice. About one-fourth of its letter-press is given up to the history of the hospital and about three-fourths are needed for the catalogue. The latter part is that which must necessarily have entailed the laborious efforts of the editor, Dr. Robert J. Carlisle, to gather together the records of a thousand or more names of practitioners who have gone forth from Bellevue's wards to the four corners of the earth. Dr. Carlisle has done his work patiently and fully, and he is to be congratulated if he has survived his labors
Bellevue Hospital and Its Internes. JAMA. 1893;XXI(15):546. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420670036016
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