Vivisection Rejected

The London Animals' Friend

Following are a few extracts from the last public address of Lawson Tait, the greatest English surgeon, at St. James Hall, London.

"I reached this platform [anti-vivisection] some seventeen or eighteen years ago. . . . I had to submit to a deep humiliation, for it was no small matter for an ambitious young man of twenty-four or twenty-five to acknowledge that he had been wrong in his published conclusions, and admit that his experiments were not only utterly wrong, but mischievous and misleading. I was humiliated. . . .

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