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ED. C. HARWOOD, M.D.,
TOGETHER WITH ADDRESSES BY
Prof. GEORGE T. ELLIOT,
Prof. LEWIS A. SAYRE,
Prof. FRANK H. HAMILTON,
Prof. A. B. CROSBY,
Address at the Fourth Annual Reunion of the O. E. at the Bellevue
Fifth Annual Reunion of the O. E. Society at the Bellevue Hospital
Address at the Sixth Annual Reunion of the O. E. at the Bellevue
Address at the Seventh Annual Reunion of the O. E. at the Bellevue
Hospital Medical College, February 27th, 1871...
Complimentary Resolutions Presented to Dr. E. C. Harwood as Retir-
ing President of the O. E., February 27th, 1871...
Remarks of Dr. Harwood upon The Medical Jurisprudence of the
Stokes Case," before the Medico-Legal Society, Mch. 26th 1874.
Remarks of Dr. Harwood upon a paper by Dr. Wm. A. Hammond,
entitled "The Effects of Alcohol upon the Nervous System,”
before the New York Neurological Society, May 4th, 1874.....
A Remarkable Case of Narcotization, an article written for The Medical
and Surgical Reporter of May 9th, 1874......
An Address delivered at the Dedication Banquet on the occasion of the
Dedication of the Masonic Temple at New York June 2d, 1875.
Address of Drs. Harwood and Adrian before the International Medical
Congress at Brussels, Belgium, September 25th, 1875.........
After-Dinner Address at the Banquet given to the American Delega-
tion from the American Medical Association to the Interna-
tional Medical Congress, London, England, October 2d, 1875.
Report of the Delegates to the International Medical Congress to the
Clinical Observations on Inflammation of the Mastoid Cells, a paper
read before the North Western Medical and Surgical Society,
November 15th, 1876, with discussion, illustrated...
Remarks on the Life and Character of Wm. E. H. Post, M.D., before
Report of a case of Pistol Shot Wound of the Second and Third Cer-
vical Vertebræ, considered in its Medico-Legal Aspects—
Attempted Suicide-Death; a paper read before the Medico-
Co a Father,
WHOSE PRECEPTS AND EXAMPLE HAVE EVER BEEN A CONSTANT STIMULUS
TO A LIFE OF LABOR,
WHOSE STRONG ATTACHMENT TO THE
Civil and Religious Liberty,
WITH AN UNCONQUERABLE DETERMINATION TO MAINTAIN THEM, INSURED HIM THE ESTEEM OF HIS COTEMPORARIES IN THE
Historic Cown of Bennington, Vt.,
To the Memory of a Beloved and Respected Mother,
WHOSE APPROBATION IS STILL THE INCENTIVE TO, AND THE REWARD OF, EVERY WORTHY ACT, THE FOLLOWING PAGES ARE