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THE NEW YORK MEDICAL JOURNAL.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(4):236. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460300038010.
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Owing to the financial trouble of D. Appleton & Co., the New York Medical Journal has been sold, the new owner being Mr. A. R. Elliott, owner and publisher of the American Druggist, who conducts an advertising agency in New York. We are glad to note that Dr. Frank P. Foster, its efficient editor, has been retained. The New York Medical Journal is one of the old reliable journals of this country, has always been ably edited, and is recognized as one of the leading medical weeklies. It was started as a monthly in April, 1865, with Dr. William A. Hammond as editor. In 1871, the late Dr. Wm. T. Lusk and Dr. Jas. B. Hunter assumed the editorial management, these being succeeded by Dr. Frank P. Foster, in 1880, who has edited it since. In January, 1883, the journal was changed from a monthly to a weekly. D. Appleton

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