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—We have received the two first numbers of Daniel's Texas Medical Journal, a new monthly of 50 or 60 pages, earnestly devoted to the educational, scientific and practical interests of the medical profession in the Lone Star State. It is published in good style, on good paper and fair type, at Austin, Texas. It is both edited and published by F. E. Daniel, M.D., a man of great activity, independence of thought, and a peculiarity of expression that will always attract attention. These copies also indicate the active support of a fair number of contributors; and we trust the enterprise of our friend Daniel will be characterized by long life and abundant prosperity.
Journalistic Changes. JAMA. 1885;V(8):216. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391070020006
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