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President's Address at the Annual Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association, held August 11th, 1875, at the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin

  • James P. Duncan (a1)
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Gentlemen,—In the name of the Irish members of our Association, I desire to greet you all with a very cordial welcome on the occasion of this your second visit to our city. Fourteen years have elapsed since you last honoured us with your presence. I hope that a careful comparison of the present state of the institutions here with their condition then will convince you that the spirit of improvement has been among us, and that we have endeavoured in some measure to keep pace with the progress apparent in other districts in this department of the healing art.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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President's Address at the Annual Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association, held August 11th, 1875, at the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin

  • James P. Duncan (a1)
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