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May 18, 1895

ADDRESS.

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PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND HYGIENE. MILWAUKEE.

JAMA. 1895;XXIV(20):741-743. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430200005001a

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Abstract

It has sometimes seemed to me that an address on occasions like this, smacked somewhat like a dish of dessert at the end of a banquet, when every one had partaken of more than enough.

I am sure that the students in the college have had their fill; I can not conceive that the Faculty are hungry for any words from one of their number; and I have grave doubts about any of the friends present being in possession of a keen relish for anything oratorical at this time. However, we seem to be victims of custom's decree, but I promise not to weary you long.

The Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons has completed the second year's work of its existence, a work that speaks for itself and needs no encomiums from me. It prides itself on having earnest, faithful and conscientious teachers, students in liberal numbers, zealous in

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