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Progress of medicine in the South. Address of the President before the Southern Surgical and Gynoecological Association, at the meeting held in Nashville, Tenn., November 13, 1889. by Hunter McGUIRE, M. D., Ll.D., Late Medical Director, Stonewall Jackson (2d) Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C. S. A. Mr. President and Fellows of the Southern Surgical and Gynoecological Association, Ladies and Gentlemen: It is with unassumed diffidence that I appear before you to-night as the presiding officer of this body, and I approach with great hesitation the task of delivering the annual address, in compliance with the established usage of all assemblies of this kind in America. I feel confident that there are many present who would fill the office with more ability, and that it would have been better for our Society if another had been chosen in my stead. I desire, in the commencement of my remarks, to return my thanks to my fellow members for the honor they have conferred upon me b