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November 25, 1899

New York City.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(22):1372-1373. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450740060022

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Dr. Pearce Bailey, the neurologist, was married on November 11 to Edith Lawrence, daughter of Mrs. Charles Newbold Black, Jobstown, N. J.

Dr. Louis Faugeres Bishop, secretary of the N. Y. Academy of Medicine, was married on November 14, to Charlotte Dater, daughter of Mrs. Siegfried Gruner, this city.

While Dr. Douglas Brown was taking a nap in his apartments on the first floor of No. 66 Madison Avenue, the other evening, a sneak-thief entered and stole money and valuable jewelry.

A longshoreman recently entered the Long Island College Hospital, with a small sore on his neck, which was found to be anthrax. He grew rapidly worse, and died. Three days before his admission he had been busy handling both leather and hay on the river front, making uncertain the source of infection.

The investigation into the charges made against the commander of the Sailors' Snug Harbor has not yet

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