Coylesville, N. J., Sept. 26, 1899.
To the Editor:
—Please send me a copy of the Journal of September 9, in which you editorially criticise a fulsome, ostensibly autobiographic, notice of Professor Sanarelli, recently appearing in the N. Y. Herald. I am a personal friend of Professor Sanarelli, in constant correspondence with him, and I can assure you that he had nothing to do with the said notice, which was made up from fragmentary information by an Italian lawyer and a physician whose name I do not now remember. I can assure you that when Sanarelli learns of the publicaation, he will be much displeased at this piece of graphomaniac impudence of the legal gentleman, who, I may add, demanded in an Italian paper the greater part of the credit of producing that "autobiography."You will see my name in the last number (September 23) of the Medical News, which