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Peculiarities of poor Italians

New York Tribune, October 2, 1887 - "The Italians ought to have a hospital of their own," said Dr. Pinkerton at Bellevue Hospital recently, "Just hear that fellow scream; why, It's enough to frighten the tramps In the cells below. What's the matter with him? A crushed leg. It's painful, of course, but that is not what ails him.  (more)

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