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We have examined the above entitled work with more than usual interest, not only on account of the fact that it has gone through numerous editions and is well-known to the profession; but because in the preface of the learned American editor it is stated that much new matter has been added and a large number of authorities cited to aid council in preparing briefs, etc, A careful examination of the work shows that its value has indeed been enhanced, but we confess to a feeling of disappointment that the work has not been more thoroughly and exhaustively done. The author and English editor have cited very few American authors and those not always correctly. While perhaps this was to be expected of English authors, still the professoion have a right to expect that an American who holds himself out as a member of so many learned societies as does
A Manual of Medical Jdrisprudence. JAMA. 1892;XIX(22):645–646. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420220023003
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