Excerpt from The Medical Bulletin, Vol. 22: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1900
I am afraid you are saying this Speech is a serious operation. Well, I will keep the rest of this and amp with some lines I love, of that dear old lovable Quaker, John G. Whittier, who never soured in the long course of years, but at the end of his life kept brightly burning the fires of love in his heart, and sang out an experience that I hope will be yours, also, members of the faculty, graduating nurses, and students of medicine.
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