Hildreth, Samuel P
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Address op the president, before the third medical convention of ohio* gentlemen— ,■. in selecting a subject ior the address enjoined upon thepresiding officer of this medical convention/ it was thought that one which treated on the climate and early history of diseases in ohio* at, and soon after its first settlement by the whites, püpve as interesting, if not so instructive, as that of any other,- especially to the junior portion of the faculty* my remarks, however, must be chiefly confined to that part of the state which is embraced within the limits of the ohio company^ purchase, as being best known to the writer. ' that we may bring the subject into some tangible form, it will be divided into several heads. 1st. topography, and primitive aspect of the country on the ohio river.