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September 26, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(13):362. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391120026010

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To the Editor of the Journal: 

Dear Sir.  —While I have no ambition to pose myself in journalistic notoriety, yet I occasionally see some things so ludicrous that I almost feel like taking up my well-worn goosequill and scratching off some of my mental effusions, even though it be with no better logic or sense of propriety than I occasionally see in some of the journals I take and read.I have now particular reference to the Columbus Journal of Medicine, edited by J. F. Baldwin, M.D., in the September number of which he, in speaking about the International Medical Congress, uses the following language: " The International Congress muddle is in a little worse shape than when we wrote a month ago, that is, many additional resignations have been sent in." But the wise, well posted editor fails to give the names of the many who have resigned in the

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