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DAVIS, Charles Henry Stanley, physician, born in Goshen, Connecticut, 4 March 1840. He received his medical education in the University of Maryland and at the medical school of the New York University, where he was graduated in 1865. He studied afterward in the hospitals of New York and Boston, Paris and London, and settled in Meriden, Conn. He was a member of the Connecticut state legislature in 1873, 1884, and 1885o He has traveled extensively in Europe, and has studied hospital practice in London and Paris. He was one of the founders of the American philological society in 1864, and was its first corresponding secretarv and its vice president. He is a member of numerous medical and historical societies, among which is la Societe d'Anthropologie of Paris, has contributed to many of the medical and scientific periodicals of this country and of Europe, and was the editor of the first volume of the "Boston Medical Register," 1865o He has published a " History of Wallingford and Meriden" (Meriden, 1870); "The Voice as a Musical Instrument" (Boston, 1879); " Education and Training of Feeble Minded, Imbecile. and Idiot Children" (New York, 1883); and an "Index to Periodical Literature" (American News Company, New York, 1878'81).
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