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A CASE OF EARLY RECURRENCE OF MEASLES. This is due largely to the indolent character of the disease, one crop of lesions scarcely disappearing before another begins to appear; thus old lesions and new, macules, papules, pustules, and their combinations may be simultaneously present. New York: The Century A few years ago The Century about doubled its circulation with the famous War Papers, by General Grant and others, adding many more readers later with the Lincoln History and Kennan's thrilling articles on the Siberian Exile System.

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The graduating exercises of the Homoeopathic Medical College of Missouri an exceedingly pleasant one. Similar dilutions of undiluted Dobell's solution may be used for douching or spraying the nose or may be incorporated in a dental cream for use on the teeth.

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