We have received the following communications from Clark Bell, Esq., of New York, with a request that we publish them:
Office of the President of the Medico-Legal
Society of New York,
No. 57, Broadway, N. Y., March 31, 1890.
Hon, James G. Blaine, Secretary of State, Washington, D.C.
I have the honor to enclose a circular we are sending in the English, French, German and Spanish languages, to the various countries of the world, asking coöperation with the International Medico-Legal Congress, which will be held in 1892 in this country.Its first session was held in June, 1889, of which I send the preliminary transactions and roll of delegates.The French circular enclosed shows the officers at this moment, and as Vice-Presidents for the various countries are announced, they will be added to those already appointed. Inspection of the names of the eminent men, who have already lent