The whole evidence goes to show that the high & whole credit of the practical application of sulphuric ether to anaesthesia in dentistry & surgery pertains to Dr. Morton, and was worked out by him in the latter part of 1846. [18--].

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The whole evidence goes to show that the high & whole credit of the practical application of sulphuric ether to anaesthesia in dentistry & surgery pertains to Dr. Morton, and was worked out by him in the latter part of 1846. [18--].

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