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He had removed the" tonsils over five hundred times, and has had no accident following the operation, either in the way of hemorrhage, or otherwise. As they walked, we could not in the least conjecture from their gait which kidney had been removed.

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Great as the difficulty sometimes is in getting them to bring forward their children for vaccination, it is still greater to procure the necessary examinations in its progress and maturation.