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A MONTHLY JOURNAL
MEDICINE, SURGERY AND THE COLLATERAL SCIENCES.
(Volume begins with April.)
EDITORS: EGBERT GUERNSEY, M.D., ALFRED K. HILLS, M.D., 18 WEST TWENTY-THIRD ST.
465 FIFTH AVENUE. PUBLICATION OFFICE, No. 18 West Twenty-third St.
THE TIMES strives to be a first-class, independent, metropolitan, medical newspaper, and as such will endeavor to make its contents eminently practical and in accord with the progressive spirit of the age. Its collaborators include the most learned medical men of the world, and all subjects of suitable character for its pages will receive that attention which their importance demands.
Being independent of any faction or business enterprise whatever, the Journal is always ready to champion the interests of the profession at large.
Our esteemed contemporary, the Hahnemannian Monthly, says :
“The NEW YORK MEDICAL TIMES.—This is to be the name, henceforth, of our able contemporary formerly known as THE HOMEOPATHIC TIMES. Commenting on the change of title its editors say:While it has been the aim of this Journal in the past, and will contine to be in the future, to give that prominence to the law of Similars which its importance demands, it seeks to occupy a place in the ranks of journalism in which it is free to discuss the great questions pertaining to every department of medicine with candor and courtesy. There will be no change in tha policy of the Journal; as a matter of honesty and good taste we prefer a name which will enable us to look to the vastness of the whole of medical science, rather than to a single law, however important.' Our contemporary needs no word of commendation from us. The profession has already learned to regard it as one of the very best Medical journals extant. We wish for it an ever-increasing success, and an ever-widening field of influence.
ENCOMIUMS. Dr. R Ludlam writes :
“I am really interested in the success of your excellent periodical, and am fully prepared to appreciate the amount of labor and pains bestowed in its Editorial management."
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Dr. N. Schneider says:
“I like its policy to educate the profession to cast away some of the absurdities which have blocked the wheels of Homoeopathy so long."
Dr. F. S. Whitman says :
“I can hardly tell you how pleased I am with the manly, scientific stand you are taking! You are on the only ten able ground. Rational Homoeopathy will stand forever, and all honor to you for your able advocacy of it."
Dr. C. B. Currier says :
“Allow me to congratulate you on the new MEDICAL TIMES. To your editorial sentiments I say, Amen! I dislike a narrow-minded, bigoted physician of any school, much more one of our own. Suceess to your enterprise!'
Dr. J. Savage Delavan says:
“I like the change in your journal. Always readable and useful, I think the broader view you have taken in changing its name will add greatly to its usefulness."
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Dr. L. J. Kellogg writes :
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WM. TOD HELMUTH, M. D., Prof. of Surgery. T. F. ALLEN, M. D., Prof. of Materia Medica R. H. LYON, Esq., Prof. of Medical Jurispru. and Therapeutics.
dence. F. 8. BRADFORD, M. D., Prof. of Theory and J. T. O'CONNOR, M. D., Prof. of Materia Medica Practice of Medicine.
and Toxicology. J. W. DOWLING, M. D., Prof. of Physical Diag. F. E. DOUGHTY, M. D., Prof. of Anatomy and nosis and Diseases of the Heart and Lungs.
Lecturer on Diseases of the Genito-Urinary 8. LILIENTHAL, M.D., Prof. of Clinical and Organs. Psychological Medicine.
ST. CLAIR SMITH, M. D., Prof. of Diseases of C. TH. LIEBOLD, M. D., Prof. of Ophthalmic Children. Surgery.
G. W. BLODGETT, M. D., Prof. of Physiology. w.o. MCDONALD, M. D., Prof. of Gynæcology. MALCOLM LEAL, M. D., Prof. of Chemistry.
BUKK G. CARLTON, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
SPECIAL LECTURERS. P. E. ARCULARIUS, M. D., Lecturer on Der. W.N. GUERNSEY, M. D., Lecturer on Pathomatology, with Clinics.
logical Anatomy and General Pathology. J. H. THOMPSON, M. D., Lecturer on Minor JOHN BUTLER, M. D., Lecturer on Electro.
Surgery, and Clinical Assistant to the Chair of Therapeutics and Electro-Surgery.
MARTIN DESCHERE, M. D., Lecturer on His
tology. FRANK DRYER, Janitor.
CENSORS. L. HALLOCK, M. D.,
R. F. JOSLIN, M. D.
The regular session of the College begins on the first Tuesday of October and
ends on the last Thursday of February. The Clinical advantages, both medical and surgical, in this Institution are unsurpassed by those of any Medical College in the country: In addition to the daily ophthalmic clinic, five clinics are held each week in the College Amphitheatre. The afternoon of each Thursday is spent at the Homoeopathic Hospital on Ward's Island, which (as well as all the hospitals of New York) is free to the students of this college.
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