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DUTCHER, Addison Porter, physician, born in Durham, Greene County, N.Y., 11 October 1818; died in Cleveland, Ohio, 30 January 1884. He was educated in the school of Benjamin Romain, began the study of medicine in New York City, and in 1839 was graduated at the New York College of physicians and surgeons. After practicing in Cooksburg, New York, and New Brighton, Pennsylvania, he established himself at Enon Valley, N. Y. in 1847, and remained there until 1864, when he accepted the chair of the principles and practice of medicine in Charity hospital medical College, Cleveland, Ohio, which he held for two years. Since 1866 he has practiced medicine in Cleveland. He was active in the movement for the abolition of slavery, and has taken a prominent part as a speaker and writer in that for the prohibition of the sale of intoxicating liquors. He has published "Selections from my Portfolio, comprising Lectures and Essays on Popular and Scientific Subjects" (Pittsburgh, 1858); "Puhnonary Tuberculosis" (Philadelphia, 1876); "Sparks from the Forge of a Rough Thinker" (Cleveland, 1880); "Two Voyages to Europe" (1884); papers on "Epidemic Dysentery" and "Incision of the Uterine Neck," and lectures delivered at the Charity hospital.
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