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NORSE, David Appleton, physician, born in Ells-worth, Ohio, 12 December, 1840. He was graduated at Cleveland medical college in 1862, and began practice in Edinburgh, Ohio. In 1862-'5 he served in the United States army as surgeon, at first under General William S. Rosecrans in Tennessee, and then under Gem William T. Sherman in Georgia. After his resignation he returned to Edinburgh and subsequently removed to Alliance, Ohio, but in 1867 settled in Madison county, where he remained for ten years. In 1877 he was called to Columbus, Ohio, where he has since held the professorship of nervous disorders and insanity in Starling medical college and the post of physician to Columbus hospital for the insane. More recently he accepted the superintendency of the Oxford retreat for nervous and mental diseases. Dr. Morse is a member of the American, the Ohio, and other medical societies. He is editor of the department of nervous disorders and insanity in the "' Lancet and Observer," to whose columns, as well as to the transactions of societies to which he belongs, he has contributed papers on medical topics.
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