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" That as few subjects of greater interest and importance could be presented to the consideration of the American Medical Association, now representing most of the States and Territories of the Union, than the attainment of a correct Medical Topography... "
Northwestern Medical and Surgical Journal - Page 291
1855
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The New York medical times, Volume 4

Medical - 1855
...time, and after being referred to committee, which reported favorably, were adopted : Whereas, few subjects of greater interest and importance could...correct medical topography of each, with a history of it* prevailing fevers and the most successful treatment of the same ; therefore, be it Resolved, That...
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Western Lancet: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 16

Medicine - 1855
...that the medical faculty may be prevented from being a grand insurance company for the whole world. The following resolutions being the order of the day...each, with a history of its prevailing fevers and most successful treatment of the same, therefore, be it Resolved, That with this view and conviction,...
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The Medical Examiner, and Record of Medical Science, Volume 11

Technology & Engineering - 1855
...that a copy of his eloquent speech be published in connection with the proceedings of the Association. Whereas, That as few subjects of greater interest...each, with a history of its prevailing fevers and most successful treatment of the same, therefore be it Resolved, That with this view and conviction,...
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The New York Journal of Medicine, Volumes 14-15

Samuel Forry, Charles Alfred Lee, Samuel Smith Purple, Stephen Smith, Henry Daggett Bulkley - Medicine - 1855
...purpose of allowing Dr. JW Thompson, of Delaware, to offer the following preamble and resolutions : Whereas, That as few subjects of greater interest...each, with a history of its prevailing fevers and most successful treatment of the same, therefore be it That with this view and comiction. this Association...
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The Transactions of the American Medical Association, Volume 8

American Medical Association - Medicine - 1855
...lie on the table, and be made the special order for to-morrow morning, at 10 o'clock : Whereas, Few subjects of greater interest and importance could...topography of each, with a history of its prevailing diseases, and most successful treatment of the same, therefore be it Resolved, That with this view...
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Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal, Volume 4

Medical - 1855
...suspended, when Dr. Thompson of Delaware offered the following preamble and resolutions: H'Afrrt,i, Few subjects of greater interest and importance could...presented to the consideration of the American Medical Associat,on, now representing most of the States and Territories of the Union, than the attainment...
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The Peninsular Journal of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 2

Alonzo Benjamin Palmer, Edmund Andrews, Zina Pitcher - Medicine - 1855
...member," they were adopte;! : Whereas, That as few subjects of greater interest and importance .oould bo presented to the consideration of the American Medical...each, with a history of its prevailing fevers and most successful treatment of the same' therefore, bo it Resolved,, That with this view and conviction,...
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The Medical News, Volumes 11-15

Medicine - 1853
...allowing Dr. JW Thompson, of Delaware, to offer the following preamble and resolutions: Whereat, That as few subjects of greater interest and importance...Medical Association, now representing most of the Slates and Territories of the Union, than the attainment of a correct Medical Topography of each, with...
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Public health reports (1896): Supplement, Issues 1-20

1918
...another. At the meeting in 1855 the following resolution offered by Dr. JW Thomson was adopted: Whereas few subjects of greater interest and importance could...American Medical Association, now representing most cf the States and Territories of the Union, than the attainment of a correct medical topography of...
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The Peninsular Journal of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 2

Alonzo Benjamin Palmer, Edmund Andrews, Zina Pitcher - Medicine - 1855
...committee of nominations and in the Association, the blank filled by " one member," they were adopted : Whereas, That as few subjects of greater interest...each, with a history of its prevailing fevers and most successful treatment of the same, therefore, be it Resolved,, That with this view and conviction,...
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