Harlow tenders his services in Woburn

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Harlow tenders his services in Woburn
by John M. Harlow

Woburn Journal, November 8, 1861, and Middlesex Journal, November 9, 1861.

Dr. J. M. HARLOW

Formerly of Cavendish, Vermont, respectfully tenders his professional services in the practice and MEDICINE and SURGERY to the people of Woburn and vicinity, and hopes after an extensive and varied professional experience during the last 18 years in the successful practice of his profession, to serve and receive the patronage of this community.

Office for the present at the central house.

Dr. H. refers to the following gentlemen:-Hon Richard Fletcher, Boston; Ed. E. Phelps, M.D., LL.D., Windsor, Vt.; John W. Graves, M.D., Lowell, Mass.; Hon. B. F. White, Boston; Ex-Gov. Ryland Fletcher, Otis Robbins, Esq., and Rev. Jos. Freeman, Cavendish, Vt.; and the people of Cavendish and vicinity generally.

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