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" Bronson, who is rather fond of disparagement, " it is undoubtedly true that in the matter of professional learning and scientific information, he ranked with the eminent men of his country. "
1637-1887. The Munson Record: A Genealogical and Biographical Account of ... - Page 781
by Myron Andrews Munson - 1896 - 1235 pages
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1637-1887: Proceedings of the First Munson Family Reunion, Held in the City ...

Munson Association, Myron Andrews Bushnell - 1887 - 88 pages
...medica and botany. " It is undoubtedly true," says Dr. Bronson, who is rather fond of disparagement, " it is undoubtedly true that in the matter of professional...information, he ranked with the eminent men of his country." "Dr. Munson was a pioneer," says Dr. Ivés, "in the science of Botany ;" he was "unrivalled in his...
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Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College: May 1745-May 1763

Franklin Bowditch Dexter - 1896
...says Dr. Bronson, as " the ablest physician that ever practiced for a long time in New Haven ;" and "in the matter of professional learning and scientific...information, he ranked with the eminent men of his country." His acknowledged eminence in learning and science led to his name's being placed at the head of the...
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A cyclopedia of American medical biography: comprising the lives of eminent ...

Howard Atwood Kelly - Physicians - 1912
...е,, nineteenth) Dr. Munson was the ablest physician who ever practised for a long time in New Haven. In the matter of professional learning and scientific...information, he ranked with the eminent men of his country." On account of his knowledge of mineralogy, chemistry, botany and materia medica he had a wide reputation,...
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