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The International Medical Congress


Had the denizen of another world regarded the Metropolis during the first week of August, he might have been puzzled to divine the cause of the extraordinary influx of strangers, the running to and fro, the babel of tongues in Pall Mall, and the throng in St. James's Hall. Had he been formerly a dweller on our globe, and an inhabitant of our island, he would certainly have concluded that our shores had been only too successfully invaded by a foreign foe, and that the English capital was at their mercy. As he might not have learnt that Peace hath her victories as well as War, the last thing he would have surmised to account for the scene on which he gazed, would have been an International Medical Congress.

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