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This week we publish fifty-two pages of reading matter. The vast pile of MS. on hand in the office, admonished us once more that the space was too limited for the publication of the large amount of manuscript with which our friends have favored us. After the conclusion of the current volume, it is in contemplation to make the enlargement a permanent one, as the great success of the publication seems now to fully warrant the additional expenditure. We have not at any time thought it expedient to count the advertising pages, as making any part of the number of pages. One of our esteemed contemporaries has the habit of counting its advertising pages in order to keep pace with the Journal, but the practice is too transparent to make our readers at all envious, especially when they may easily look at the number of the last page of any
THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1895;XXV(18):775. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430440043008
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