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Some idea of the amount of work that he did in preparing himself for the observations that were to result in his discovery may be gathered from details of his earlier career. These lambs all came from day the same farm, were of the Shropshire breed and had been well fed with grain in addition to nursing their mothers. By further descent of the small intestine a stenosis of the duodenam which reacts on the stomach. As illustrations may be mentioned organic diseases of the heart, most cases of plithisie, cirrhosis of the liver.chronic Bright's disease, dyspepsia, many skin affections, and also morbid growths in various structures. Taken altogether they form a striking example of how much the world owes to the children of the countiyside who, bom far from the hurrying bustle of city life, do not have their energies sapped before the proper time for their display comes.

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