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BARTLEY, Elias Hudson, chemist, born in Bartleyville, New Jersey, 6 December 1849. His early life was spent on a farm in Illinois, and after attending the high school in Princeton, Illinois, he was graduated at Cornell in 1873. During 1874-'5 he was instructor at that University, and from 1875 till 1878 professor of chemistry at Swarthmore College. In the winter of 1877-'8 he lectured before the Franklin institute, Philadelphia, and in 1879 he removed to Brooklyn. He was graduated at Long Island College hospital in 1879, and from 1880 till 1885 was lecturer on physiological and practical chemistry in that College, when he became professor of chemistry and toxicology. In 1882 he was appointed chief chemist to the health department, Brooklyn. tie is also consulting sanitarian to the hospital for nervous diseases, and visiting physician to the sheltering arms nursery. Dr. Bartley is a member of numerous medical and other scientific societies, and president of the American Society of Public Analysts. He has contributed several articles to Wood's "Household Practice of Medicine" (New York, 1885), and is the author of "A Text-Book of Medical Chemistry" (Philadelphia, 1885).
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