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Title: New England bird life: becoming a manual of brand new England ornithology;
12 Months: 1881 (1880s)
Writers: Stearns, Winfrid Alden, 1852- Coues, Elliott, 1842-1899
Subjects: Birds
Publisher: Boston, Lee and Shepard Nyc, C.T. Dillingham
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buted summertime customer all along thecoasts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.To dispose to begin the sooner files, we possibly may note thatLinsley took the bird at Stratford, Conn., in which hestates it breeds abundantly (Am. Journ. Sci., xliv,1843, p. 267). The types can be given as of NewEngland, in more or less general terms, by Putnam, Pr.Essex Inst., i, 1856, p. 229; Allen, Pr. Essex Inst., iv,1864, p. Sy ; Samuels, Orn. N. E., 1867, p. 471 ; Coues, 28o RALLID/E : RAILS AND THEIR ALLIES. Pr. Essex Inst., v, 1868, p. 296; Maynard, Nat. Guide,1870, p. 145. These writers all credit the species toMassachusetts, probably resting upon the authority ofCabot, Pr. Bost. Soc, iii, 1850, p. 326. Dr. Brewer has actually,however, corrected an error in this instance, the individualreferred to by Cabot having really come from LongIsland, N. Y. (Pr. Bost. Soc, xvii, 1875, p. 447). Mr.Maynard, but says absolutely that a specimen hadsome years previously already been drawn in Ipswich by Mr. J.F. LeBaron.

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Fig. 59. — Clapper Rail. Recurring once more on old Connecticut recordleft by Linsley, we may next note Dr. Brewers state-ment that Clapper Rail types in S. W. Conn., insalt marshes on shores of L. I. Sound. Perhaps not foundin any other part of brand new England. (Pr. Bost. Soc,xvii, 1875, p. 447.) This declaration, but was soonnegatived by Mr. Purdie, which adduced an example ofthe event for the types in Massachusetts, thisbeing most likely the first genuine record for that state.Purdies specimen ended up being consumed Boston Harbor, might 4, RALLUS LONGIROSTRIS CREPITANS : CLAPPER RAILWAY. 281 1875, having flown up to speed a vessel (Bull. Nutt Club,ii, 1877, p. 22). This same instance is noted by Merriam(Rev. B. Conn., 1877, p. 115) ; by Allen (Bull. EssexInst., X, 1878, p. 25) ; by Brewer (Pr. Bost. Soc, xix,1878, p. Z^7)i just who, but misprints the time as May,1876. The specimen is preserved in BostonNatural background community. The second Massachusettscase is furnished by Mr. Brewster, w

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Title: The Pharmaceutical era
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Topics: Drug Business Drugs Drugs Pharmaceutical industry Pharmacy Pharmacy
Publisher: New York [etc.] D. O. Haynes & Co
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which to whom he should be asso-ciated with whenever talked of as he is in the programmeof the P. C. P. ^. T, ^ T. easily am in mistake regarding my opinion why the P. C. f-reporter saw fit to make use of U. of Pa. rather than M. C. C. inplacing the professor, we beg their pardon, but in my experience itseems like a bit of envy, that we know is out there; never-theless we trust i might be wrong. I think in providing credit and placing credit in which itbelongs, and trusting that mistake may in a few waybe corrected. We continue to be, most respectfully yours. WM. J. RITTER. Care of Medico Chirurgical College, Class .02, Med. SOME APPLYING FOR GRANTS SECURITY. Chicago, 111., Jan. 19.The Editor Pharmaceutical Era: Tou request myopinion on brand-new defensive Association; I must pleadignorance. I’ve perhaps not heard of charter of this newassociation, and am perhaps not published as to its scope and object.But so far as the name is concerned, Im for security.I am for a law that shields honest and punishes dis- 114 THE PHARMACEUTICAL ERA. [February i, 1900,

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STRANGE WHY THE CLEiRK WAITS in THE33 CONSUMERS WITH LESS ALACRITY THAN ON truthful residents, druggists or elsewhere. At the moment theair is full of systems to fight the cut rate evil. If wedruggists were banded collectively as firmly and loyally a-sthe railway laborers—who for months defied the UnitedStates national in 96—I say IF, after that exactly what could wedo? Problem an edict that no authorized pharmacist wouldbe permitted to work tor a department store or any cutter,and the problem would-be resolved, for without registeredpharmacists inside their employ, no medication store can do busi-ness, here in Illinois, at least, and virtually everywhereelse. That could be defense that will protect, andwhoever can bring about these types of a close knit organizationwill end up being the savior of drugstore. These types of an edict, im-plicitly carried out, would drive the calico medication storesright back into their particular holes and pull in the opening itself.Such an edict would manage rates among druggistswho currently suffer more from dishonesty among tli

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