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MOSES, Thomas Freeman, physician, born in Bath, Maine, 8 June, 1836. He was graduated at Bowdoin in 1857, and, after attending lectures in New York, London, Paris, and Philadelphia, took his degree at Jefferson medical college in 1861. During the civil war he was acting assistant surgeon in the United States army, in charge of government transports and hospitals, and after 1864 he settled in practice in Hamilton county, Ohio. He was elected professor of natural sciences in Urbana university, Ohio, in 1870, and in 1886 became acting president of that institution. Professor Moses is a member of several scientific societies, and has edited the '" Proceedings of the Central Ohio Scientific Association" (Urbana, 1878), to which he contributed papers, he has also published an annotated edition of Emile Saigey's " Unity of Natural Phenomena" (Boston, 1873).
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