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syncope. I can imagine cases in which it would be applicable, as in some doubtful and obscure forms of disease, in which it is necessary to bleed tentatively –
Such is the popular prejudice in favour of blood-letting that the young Physician espe- -cially often finds it difficult to resist the earnest solicitations of the patient or his friends, with regard to the remedy –
[illegible] Gentleman that in the progress of Medical science new light may be cast on this very interesting subject. I leave it in your hands –
Very Respectfully Geo. C. Newby
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