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Page 23 - Both Wells's and Peoslee's works will bo received with the respect due to the great reputation and skill of their authors. Both exist not only as masters of their art, but as clear and graceful writers. In either work the student and practitioner will find the fruits of rich experience, of earnest thought, and of steady, well-balanced judgment. As England Is proud of Wells, so may America well be proud of Peaslee, and the great world of science may be proud: of both."— British Medical Journal.