The Claims of Religion upon Medical Men
To the Committees of the University and Jefferson Medical Classes:
GENTLEMEN — Nothing could have been more gratifying to my feelings, than the
favor with which the large and intelligent body of Medical Students at present in this city, have received my humble effort to serve them, on Sunday evening. The discourse which you have done me the honor to request for publication, was written
amidst the varied and arduous duties incident to the pastoral care of a large congregation; but, as you have been pleased to express the opinion that its circulation, in a printed form, may conduce to the object for which it was prepared, I do not feel at liberty to withhold it. A copy of the discourse is herewith placed at your disposal.
I remain, gentlemen,
With great respect,
Your friend and servant,
H. A. BOARDMAN
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