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" ... all denoted the burning fire within, and served to impart force and vigor to everything which he uttered from the rostrum. Of all the medical teachers whom I have ever heard, he was the most forcible and eloquent. His voice was remarkably clear and... "
Memoirs of the life and services of Daniel Drake, M.D. - Seite 278
von Edward Deering Mansfield - 1860 - 398 Seiten
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Beginnings of Literary Culture in the Ohio Valley: Historical and ...

William Henry Venable - 1891 - 519 Seiten
...the Life and Character of Daniel Drake," delivered in Louisville, in 1853, said: "Of all the medical teachers whom I have ever heard, he was the most forcible...generally he ascended the rostrum without note or scrip." Dr. Drake was a knight-errant in his profession. From Lexington he removed to Cincinnati, thence to...
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Beginnings of Literary Culture in the Ohio Valley: Historical and ...

William Henry Venable - 1891 - 519 Seiten
...Life and Character of Daniel Drake," delivered in Louisville, in 1853, said : " Of all the medical teachers whom I have ever heard, he was the most forcible...generally he ascended the rostrum without note or scrip." Dj. Drake was a knight-errant in his profession. From Lexington he removed to Cincinnati, thence to...
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The Boston medical and surgical journal, Band 48

1853
...served to impart force and vigor to every thing which he uttered from the rostrum. Of all the medical teachers whom I have ever heard, he was the most forcible...his lecture-room were open, it could be heard at a greatdistance. He sometimes read his discourse, but generally he ascended the rostrum without note...
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The American Medical Monthly, Bände 3-4

1855
...Discourse on the life, character, and services of Daniel Drake, MD, by 3 D. Gross, Louisville, 1853. have ever heard, he was the most forcible and eloquent....windows of his lecture-room were open, it could be heard for a great distance. He sometimes read his discourses, but generally he entered the rostrum without...
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