The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal, Volume 11

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E.S. Gaillard, 1871
 

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727 Gaillard on Yandell, " a base and notorious coward when publicly and privately denounced for his double-dealing, his insolence, and his bad faith; a card-player; cock-fighter; a trifler and idler; such is his record as a Confederate surgeon."

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