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November 18, 1899

Baltimore.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(21):1306. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450730062027

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Abstract

The Union Protestant Infirmary opened November 13, after extensive improvements.

Typhoid Fever is unusually prevalent in this city. One of the students at the Woman's Medical College has just died of the disease, contracted while nursing a family.

Prof. L. Ernest Neale and Miss Sadie Sterett Littig, daughter of the president of the National Marine Bank, were married November 4.

Dr. Ira Remsen, Ph.D., of the Johns Hopkins University, returned on the 7th inst., after a three-months absence in Europe, where he went to attend several scientific meetings.

At the recent election in Maryland, Dr. Elijah Williams was elected State Senator from Anne Arundel County and Dr. Joshua W. Hering of Carroll County State Comptroller. Dr. John B. Schwatke was elected sheriff of Baltimore. All the above are graduates of the Medical School of the University of Maryland.

The semi-annual examinations of candidates for license to practice in Maryland were

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