MORE ABOUT FRIAR'S BALSAM.
The following Is an Interesting aseewj | of the eevere operation that was peposff: | last year on the bast three«yaaJW>ia» I England :—" On Saturday, November]?? E Sjr Frederick Johnsfcone. accooipf*««2 | Mr Bruce Clark, the well-known lecggr f on anatomy at St. Bartholometre JVn | tal, and Mr Williams, M.B.av>»*.£' | Waterloo for Kmgsclere. i, Friar's Balsam was again esamlaea | at the expressed request of »if b wW'Wj Jobnstone, seconded by Mr WilUss®. £ Bruce Clark undertook to percern)s--operation with hts own hands. Mr Williams and his son. The two tog , gentlemen, after the horse Brought out, put the hobbles ea cast him in the easiest manner ffigZ ehowing their learned colleague w« »» | ever clever he tnipht bo, as far *J "•JJLt * dealing with suflering hußsaaity *fy | thwe was wmething to » the manner o« throwing * J of auch value as thia j somewhat nnfortanate eon 01 »" After Mr WjUiaras had horse, Mr Bruce Clark, in the wjjrtt* manner, saccessfiilly perforß^^ B> operation of removing Within half an honr, and j the horse under chloroform, JSnifawg Srgicai aid could do the toiury which hag PfSlfelsg i Frederick J Johnatoue'9 j part in so many of the ; which he had been entered This is, perhaps, the e»L2?SSI* which a of sach mfffgait in the medical prof essloa as Mr p Clark has ever condescendea so «* tf -^ showed *aa «w© lee^TT^
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MORE ABOUT FRIAR'S BALSAM., Press, Volume XLVI, Issue 7258, 18 January 1889
MORE ABOUT FRIAR'S BALSAM. Press, Volume XLVI, Issue 7258, 18 January 1889
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