Excerpt from Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, at Its Thirty-Fifth Annual Session, Vol. 16: Held at Philadelphia, May 14, 15, 16, 1884
The varied scientific dishes have been grouped to suit the taste of the surgeon, the physician, and the specialist, to the end that no intellectual indigestion may follow undue intermingling.
That your Visit may be profitable and undisturbed by Clouds Of discontent, that your next absence may be brief and your return joyous, is our most earnest wish. But, Mr. President, he is wel comed best Whom words stay not upon the threshold. I bid you then come in. Our hearts, our homes are yours.
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