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May 24, 1890


JAMA. 1890;XIV(21):763. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410210027007

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To our Readers.  —As the reading matter forms of The Journal are printed off by Wednesday of each week, the management have thought it better not to delay this issue in order to insert an imperfect report of the Nashville meeting, but rather to publish The Journal of the 31st as early as possible during the coming week, so that by the time the members reach their homes they may receive it with as much of the report as the space at our command will admit of insertion.It is expected that the number of medical practitioners taking part in the International Congress at Berlin this autumn will not fall short of 5,000. In view of this large attendance the idea of a general banquet has been abandoned, and each of the eighteen Sections will have its own special dinner at 10 shillings a head. The recently established Berlin Laryngological

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