WITHDRAWAL OF DR. PERKINS. We regret to announce to our readers that the ill health of the Senior Editor, Dr. Roger G. Perkins, has compelled his withdrawal from the REVIEW. He has suffered for some months past from a troublesome cough, to which, the demands of his large public and private practice, and his editorial duties have prevented that attention, which its importance requires. He has entirely suspended business for the present, and will shortly leave the city for a more genial climate. Our readers will miss the productions of his brilliant and philosophical pen. The Theory of “Life,” of “Disease,” and of “Cure” are sufficient evidence of the loss Homoeopathic Literature will sustain in case Dr. Perkins' ill health should continue. It is to be hoped however, he will speedily recover and resume his interest in our periodical. S. ___________ BOOKS RECEIVED.**
Epitome of the Homoeopathic Healing Art -Designed for the use of families, for travellers, and as a pocket companion for the physician-By B. L. HILL, M. D. pp. 160; Cleveland, John Hall; Chicago, Halsey & King-1859.
|Source:||The AMERICAN HOMOEOPATHIC REVIEW Vol. 01 No. 06, 1859, page 288|
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