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October 14, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(16):589. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420680039013

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The Journal of the American Medical Association.  —"Since the meeting of the Medical Association at Milwaukee, we have watched this journal with unusual interest, because its new editor was not only so well known to the profession at large, but also because he came from our own city; and, therefore, any success he might achieve would reflect, so we argued, credit upon the city from which he came. That Dr. Hamilton has fulfilled the highest expectations of his friends goes without saying. The profession should take great pride in making this journal its representative both at home and abroad. We are equal in every way to our friends across the water, and there is no reason why, in the matter of a representative journal, we should not certainly equal, if not excel them. That the Journal will do this under the editorial management of Dr. Hamilton we firmly believe But

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