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Report [of] the Committee on military affairs and the militia : to whom was referred the petition of Dr. William T.G. Morton, asking compensation for the discovery and gift to his country and mankind of the application of ethereal vapor as a safe and practical anesthesia, or pain subduing agent.
- United States. Congress :1863) Senate.
Report to the House of representatives of the United States of America : vindicating the rights of Charles T. Jackson to the discovery of the anaesthetic effects of ether vapor, and disproving the claims of W.T.G. Morton to that discovery. Presented ... on the 28th of August, 1852 / By Hon. Edward Stanly ... and Hon. Alexander Evans ... members of the select committee on the ether discovery. Printed by authority of the minority of the committee.
- Stanly, Edward, 1810-1872.
A defence of Dr. Charles T. Jackson's claims to the discovery of etherization. Containing testimony disproving the claims set up in favor of Mr. W. T. G. Morton, in the report of the trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital, and in no. 201 of Littell's Living Age / By Joseph L. Lord & Henry C. Lord.
- Lord, Joseph L.