The American Homoeopathist

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Published by A. L. Chatterton .

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He was joint editor of the Medical Correspondent (Allentown, –), of the Miscellanies of Homeopathy (Philadelphia, ), of the North American Homœopathic Quarterly (New York, –), and of the Homœopathic News (), and founded .

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