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The Homoeopathic Physician: A Monthly Journal of Medical Science. Philadelphia.

THIS recent addition to the periodical literature of homoeopathy is, we believe, intended to supply the void created by the sudden demise of the Anglo-American Journal, called The Organon. Its articles are of much the same quality,its sneers at all physicians who do not believe in the marvellous efficacy of C. M.s fully as contemptuous as were those of its predecessor.

Of the medical men who took part in the International Homoeopathic Convention the modest editor says, they “have never practiced homoeopathically,” and, “for the most part,” they “know nothing of the homoeopathy of Hahnemann.” The moral they seek to derive from the proceedings is “the great necessity for the International Hahnemannian Association.

English practitioners who like literature of this type may be interested in hearing that Mr. Heath, of Ebury street, is the agent for its sale.M. H. Review.

[Will the M. H. Review kindly quote passages showing that THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN “sneers at all physicians who do not believe in the marvellous efficacy of C. M.’s.”? Prove your accusations, gentlemen!]


Source: The Homoeopathic Physician Vol. 01 No. 11, 1881, pages 550-551
Author: HPhys01
Year: 1881
Editing: errors only; interlinks; formatting
Attribution: Legatum Homeopathicum
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