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[280] the sufferer or distressed in his, and softly holding them; as it were, to lift up, to render by double current from the heart, all the sympathy and comfort he could give.

Dr. McGuire has often said that Dr. Hoge in his singular aid, was the most potent assistant he had in the recovery of his patients. Dr. Kerr says:

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