New York Medical Times
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Another journal of the same name was published between 1851–1856.
The Medical Union published two volumes in New York City from January, 1873, with Egbert Guernsey as the editor. In the same period, the New York Journal of Homœopathy was established by the New York Homeopathic Medical College, edited by William Tod Helmuth and T. F. Allen as editors of volume one, and Dr. Samuel A. Jones as the general editor of volume two. Both journals were consolidated into Homœopathic Times in 1875, which published a volume three under the editorship of Drs. Egbert Guernsey, Alfred K. Hills and J. B. Gilbert and continued until 1881, when it became the New York Medical Times, with homœopathy being no longer being included.
- ISSN 1077-792X
- Becker Medical Library Catalog
- William Harvey King, History of Homœopathy and its institutions in America
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