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It is with pleasure that we record the publication of the two essays of Professor Roberts in a form more convenient for preservation and reference than the Transactions of the Society in which they were read, or even our beloved Journal in which one of them was previously printed. These essays, which are written in a spirit of friendliness to our erring brothers, have given rise to some controversy, on the ground that Dr. Roberts has to the homeopathists been
"To their virtues very kind, To their faults a little blind,"
but it is evidently in a purely philanthropic spirit that the essays were written, and they have very appropriately emanated from the City of Brotherly Love, and Dr. Roberts.
Those who wish to become acquainted with the peculiar tenets of the homeopathic sect, in their relations with modern medicine will do well to procure this little work—which, while giving
Modern Medicine and Homeopathy. JAMA. 1895;XXV(10):423. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430360037013
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