Biographical Cyclopędia of Homœopathic Physicians and Surgeons

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American homœopathic biographical association, 1893 - Medicine - 172 pages

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Page 88 - He also joined the Homoeopathic Medical Society of the County of New York, of which he was secretary for eleven years from 1861, and the Hahnemann Academy of Medicine. He was elected a permanent member of the New York State Homoeopathic Medical Society in 1865. He was professor of physiology in the New York Medical College for Women in 1865-66 and held the same chair in the New York Homoeopathic Medical College in 1866-67-68.
Page 45 - His early education was received in the public schools of his native town and he afterward attended the University of Michigan.
Page 31 - In the latter year he was appointed to the Chair of Theory and Practice of Medicine in the University of Louisville...
Page 61 - Thos. Opie will continue as professor of diseases of women and dean of the faculty. To fill vacancies created by these transfers new professors were...
Page 22 - Bradford, covering the years from 1825 to 1891 inclusive, containing alphabetical lists of homoeopathic books, magazines and pamphlets. Also condensed statements, data and histories of the homoeopathic societies, colleges, hospitals, asylums, homes, dispensaries, pharmacies, publishers, directories, legislation, principal books written against homoeopathy, and homoeopathic libraries, now or at any time existent in the United States.
Page 27 - Masons and has attained to the thirty-second degree of the Scottish Rite. He is also a member of the Mystic Shrine.
Page 85 - Chivalry,' the .substance of which was that the chivalry of the nineteenth century is not that of knights and...
Page 71 - ... time he became connected with the Pittsburg Homoeopathic Hospital as attending physician, and began giving special attention to diseases of the eye and the ear. In 1876 he was married to Miss Evelyn Barrett Sprague, of Jamestown, New York, a granddaughter of William H. Tew, one of the noted oldtime anti-slavery agitators of the Empire State. The same year, for the purpose of giving special attention to the class of- diseases in which he had become most deeply interested, and which he had been...
Page 53 - ... a mark of the high esteem in which he is held by the people whose wise executive he has been for the last four years.
Page 56 - Pa., where he has practiced ever since. He is a member of the American Institute of Hom<jeopathy, and of the Homojopathic Medical Society of Pennsylvania.

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