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The Evolution of Modern Medicine

By Osler, William, Sir

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Title: The Evolution of Modern Medicine  
Author: Osler, William, Sir
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A Dissertation on Horses. Whoever supposes that Mess. Heber and Pond, or even Mr. John Cheney, were the first who published accounts of Horse-racing, will find himself much mistaken, for there lived others above a hundred years before them, who not only published accounts of Horse-racing, but acquainted us with the history of the wrestling, backsword-playing, boxing, and even foot-racing, that happened in their days; and from them we learn also who were the victors, and how the racers came in.


 

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