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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
Southern Medical students in New York. --The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was n
Department de Ville de Paris (France) (search for this): article 3
Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was not legitimately the immediate result of any political influence, but a turbulent state which a lot of alarmists had been plotting and planning for a long period, in order to profit by it in some way or other. The committee appeared and offered the following resolutions:
James H. Purdy (search for this): article 3
Southern Medical students in New York. --The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was
--The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was not legitimately the immediate result of
s. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was not legitimately the immediate result of any political influence, but a turbulent state which a lot of alarmists had been plotting and planning for a long period, in order to profit by it in some way or other. The committee appeared and offered the following resolutions: Whereas, at a recent meeting in this city of Southern m
Southern Medical students in New York. --The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was n
Calhoun Hill (search for this): article 3
Southern Medical students in New York. --The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was n
Southern Medical students in New York. --The Southern Medical Students In New York.--The Southern medical students in New York held another meeting on Monday morning, Jas. H. Purdy, of Virginia, presiding: A committee of three, Mr. Calhoun Hill, of North Carolina, being Chairman, was appointed to retire and draft resolutions. Prof. Raphael, who is a Virginian, being called upon, said that he thought students should draw a distinction between politics and medical education; and he did not deem that the election of Mr. Lincoln should be a cause for students — no matter what section of the country they were from — to give up the superior hospital and other advantages that New York afforded them over every other city in the Union. Suppose they had been in Paris pursuing their studies under the Presidency of Napoleon, would his election as Emperor have been a cause for them to leave their studies and go away home. He thought the present aspect of affairs in the South was