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Wilson, J., 57.

Winckler, E., 83.

Winds, 77

Wisconsin, State Medical Society, 121.
Witchcraft, 21, 22, 23.

Witkowski, G. J., 96, 126.

Witte, H., 64.

Wöhler, F., 69.

Wolf, H., 39.
Wolff, E., 14.
Wolfram, J., 121.

Women, Education, 46, 48.
—, Legal rights, 40.
physicians, 102.
Wood-Jones, F., 72.
Woodward, H. B., 73.
Wootton, A. C., 110.

Worcester, D. C., 117.

Wounds, 120, 121, 123.

Wright, J., 115.

Wulf, M. M. C. J. de, 16, 19.

Wundt, W., 23.

Württemberg, 106.

Wüstenfeld, H. F., 102.

Wuttke, H., 61.



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