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November 25, 1899

Baltimore.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(22):1374. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450740062025

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Abstract

Assistant Surgeon Percival S. Rossiter, U. S. A., is visiting his father, Rev. Dr. Rossiter, preparatory to leaving for the Philippines, whither he has been ordered.

Dr. George W. Dobbin for the past five years resident obstetrician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, has resigned, to begin private practice.

The Salisbury Sanitarium (N.C.) was opened October 25, under the care and management of Dr. J. Ernest Stokes, who has been Dr. Kelly's assistant at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Dr. Guy L. Hunner of the gynecologic staff of the same hospital, has been granted a four-months leave of absence to travel in Europe. Dr. Dabney was appointed to fill the position temporarily.

Announcement is made that the Journal of Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases, published by the medical staff of the Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital, will hereafter appear as a bi-monthly instead of quarterly as heretofore.

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