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Frederick T. Haneman, M.D.

Brooklyn, N. Y.

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MEDICINE – In Bible and Talmud: The ancient Hebrew regarded health and disease as emanating from the same divine source. "I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal" (Deut. xxxii. 39), said the Lord through His servant Moses; and...
MEIER, MORITZ HERMANN EDUARD – German philologist; born at Glogau, Silesia, Jan. 1, 1796; died at Halle Dec. 5, 1855. He was educated at the Graue Kloster in Berlin and at the universities of Breslau and Berlin (Ph.D. 1818). He embraced Christianity in 1817....
MENDEL, EMANUEL – German physician; born at Bunzlau, Silesia, Oct. 28, 1839; educated at the universities of Breslau, Vienna, and Berlin (M.D. 1860). In 1861 he took charge of a private insane asylum at Pankow, near Berlin. He served as surgeon...
MENDELSOHN, MARTIN – German physician; born at Posen Dec. 16, 1860; studied medicine at the universities of Leipsic and Berlin (M.D. 1885). After a year spent in Paris, where he took a postgraduate course, he established himself as a physician in...
MENDÈS, CATULLE – French poet, dramatist, and art critic; born at Bordeaux May 22, 1841. Educated in his native city, he went in 1859 to Paris, where he has since resided. In 1861 he founded the "Revue Fantaisiste" and in 1864 the "Parnasse,"...
MEYER, ARTHUR – French journalist; born at Havre 1846. When still a youth he went to Paris and bought and edited the "Revue de Paris," which, however, was soon discontinued. For nearly twenty years he reported for "Le Gaulois" and "Paris...
MEYER, LUDWIG – German psychiatrist; born at Bielefeld Dec. 27, 1827; died at Göttingen Feb. 8, 1900. He studied medicine at the universities of Bonn, Würzburg, and Berlin (M.D. 1852), and became assistant at the Charité Hospital in the...
MEYER, MORITZ – German physician; born at Berlin Nov. 10, 1821; died there Oct. 30, 1893. After studying at the universities of Heidelberg, Halle, and Berlin (M.D. 1844), he settled in Berlin in 1845, where he practised until his death. Meyer...
MICHAEL, ISAAC – German laryngologist; born at Hamburg Nov. 16, 1848; died there Jan. 7, 1897. He studied at the universities of Heidelberg, Leipsic, Berlin, and Würzburg (M.D. 1873), became assistant at the throat, and later at the ear,...
MICHAEL, MAX – German painter; born in Hamburg March 23, 1823; died at Berlin March 24, 1891. He studied art first at the Kunst-Akademie in Dresden, then for five years at Paris, after which he spent twenty years at Rome and Venice. In these...
MILLAUD, EDOUARD – French barrister and statesman; born at Tarascon, Bouches-du-Rhône, Sept. 27, 1834; educated at Lyons, and there admitted to the bar in 1856. Taking an active part in politics, he was an opponent of the imperial government and...
MINKOWSKI, OSCAR – German physician; born at Alexoten, near Kovno, Russia, Jan. 13, 1858; educated at the universities of Freiburg, Strasburg, and Königsberg (M.D. 1881). He became assistant at the medical clinic of Königsberg University in 1882...
MOLL, ALBERT – German physician; born at Lissa May 4, 1862; educated at the universities ofBreslau, Freiburg, Jena, and Berlin (M.D. 1885). During the following two years he took postgraduate courses at Vienna, Budapest, London, Paris, and...
MONIS, JUDAH – American scholar. Hannah Adams in her "History of the Jews" says that he was born in Algiers about 1683, and that he died in Northborough, Mass., in 1764; while Josiah Quincy in his "History of Harvard University" gives the year...
MOOS, SOLOMON – German otologist; born at Randegg, near Constance, Germany, July 15, 1831; died at Heidelberg July 15, 1895; educated at the universities of Prague, Vienna, and Heidelberg (M.D. 1856). He settled in Heidelberg and was admitted...
MORITZ, ALBERT – American naval engineer; born at Cincinnati, Ohio, June 8, 1860. He was educated at the College of the City of New York, graduating in 1877; in that year he was appointed to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, from...
MOSS, LUCIEN – American philanthropist; born at Philadelphia May 25, 1831; died there April 19, 1895; eldest son of Eliezer L., and grandson of John Moss. He received his education at New Haven, Conn., and Philadelphia, and became a machinist...
MÜHSAM, SAMUEL – Austrian rabbi; born at Landsberg, Prussian Silesia, May 22, 1837. He received his education at the gymnasium at Oppeln and the universities of Breslau and Vienna (Ph.D., Leipsic, 1864). The following year he became rabbi at...
MUNK, HERMANN – German physiologist; born at Posen Feb. 3, 1839; brother of Immanuel Munk; educated at the universities of Berlin and Göttingen (M.D. 1859). In 1860 he settled as a physician in Berlin, and he was admitted to the medical faculty...
MUNK, IMMANUEL – German physiologist; born at Posen May 20, 1852; died in Berlin Aug. 1, 1900; brother of Hermann Munk. He studied medicine at the universities of Berlin, Breslau, and Strasburg, receiving his diploma in 1873. Establishing...
– French chemist and politician; born at Carpentras, Vaucluse, Oct. 6, 1834. After studying in Paris he graduated as M.D. in 1859, and became in 1862 assistant professor at Paris University. In 1863 he was called to Palermo as...
NASSAU, ADOLF, RITTER VON – Austrian journalist; born at Pohrlitz, Moravia, Dec. 25, 1834; educated at Vienna. He became stenographer to the Austrian Parliament, and later joined the staff of the "Presse" as parliamentary reporter. When the "Neue Freie...
NEISSER, ALBERT – German dermatologist; born at Schweidnitz Jan. 22, 1855. His father, Moritz Neisser, was physician and "Geheimer Sanitätsrat" at Charlottenbrunn. Albert Neisser studied medicine in Erlangen and Breslau (M.D. 1877). In1877 he...
NEUMANN, ISIDOR – Austrian dermatologist; born at Misslitz, Moravia, March 2, 1832; educated at Vienna University (M.D. 1858). He became privat-docent in 1861; assistant professor in 1873; and was appointed professor of dermatology and director...
NEUMANN, SALOMON – German physician and statistician; born at Pyritz, Pomerania, Oct.22, 1819; studied medicine at Berlin and Halle (M.D. 1842). He has practised as a physician in Berlin since 1845, and in 1875 received the title of...