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Amputations were considered necessary in numerous cases which the surgeon 0f to-day finds simple. This was consistent with the American tradition of acting as a safe haven for those persecuted by other governments. President McKinley was assassinated in 1901 and Vice-President Roosevelt assumed the presidency. We are told that the floor of the presence chamber in Greenwich palace was, at this time, covered with hay. Each college endeavored to teach the practice of husbandry as well as the theory.

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