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Source: Monthly Homśopathic Review
Source type: journal
Document type: proceedings
Document title: “The Homśopathic Congress”
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: 1 October 1901
Volume number: 45
Issue number: 10
Pagination: 612-39 (excerpt below includes only page 627)

“The Homśopathic Congress.” Monthly Homśopathic Review 1 Oct. 1901 v45n10: pp. 612-39.
John D. Hayward (public statements); McKinley assassination (international response).
Named persons
William McKinley.
“...the Vice-president, Dr. J. D. Hayward (Liverpool)...” (p. 612).

Fifty-First Annual Congress of Homśopathic Practitioners, 19 September 1901, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, England (a.k.a. British Homśopathic Congress).


The Homśopathic Congress [excerpt]

I feel it would be in accord with the feelings of His Majesty, and not utterly inappropriate—certainly I know of no better opportunity to take—to refer to the terrible loss which our American cousins have endured in the horrible murder of their elected head. President M’Kinley had won the respect not only of the people who chose him as their ruler, but of the sister nation of which we are a part. The members of the medical profession in the United States who are in sympathy with us form, as most of you know, no inconsiderable portion of the American population, so I feel it is not presumptuous on our part to offer our sympathy with them in the loss they have sustained and our horror and shrinking from the dastardly crime by which it has been brought about. (Hear, hear.) The death of this man, in an eminent position, borne to his grave to-day, as no doubt you know, brings us—as did the recent sympathy shown by America with us in our loss—closer together with our sister nation. (Hear, hear.) Ladies and gentlemen,—I offer you the toast of the King, the Queen, and the members of the Royal Family. (Applause.)
     The toast was received with hearty loyalty.



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