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The dealer in facts who ventures into the realm of art, too often appears to others, if not to himself, in the attitude of Nick Bottom at the court of Titania; and critical hints "medicine" are not wanting, that, before presenting himself in surroundings so incongruous to his nature, he must, consciously or unconsciously, have assumed, like the immortal weaver of Athens, the head of an ass. Can we wonder, then, that young surgeons whose stock in trade of professional knowledge is of the smallest, blossom rapidly into operating surgeons in some special department, and trv not unsuccessfuHy to prox-e that all is fish whicli conios to" Still, gentlemen, the great foundations of the art and science of surgery remain undisturbed (pressure).

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