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A 19th century American chain-link dog collar, the rectangular plaque inscribed Dr J Hyndman, 46 Bowdoin St [Boston, Massachusetts], Lic.[Licence?] 728, 18cm diam

Reference: Irish doctor James Hyndman was recorded at this address in the Boston Directory, and his death was reported by the Boston Evening Transcript as follows:

Boston Transcript, 11 May 1881
Death - Dr. James Hyndman, formerly a well-known physician in this city, died near Liverpool, England, on the 6th last. He was born in Londonderry. Ireland, in 1819, and after receiving the best preliminary and medical education his native city could give, went to Dublin, where for two years he studied medicine under the most eminent professors of that famous city of medical schools: from there he went to Edinburgh and studied for two years in the university of that city, from which he graduated. After serving some time in the British Navy, he resigned and came to Boston in 1845, to practise his profession, residing for some years past at 46 Bowdoin St. He went to England for rest and in the hope of recruiting his exhausted strength. He leaves many friends in this city, who will be pained to hear of his death. (1871 Boston City directory, James Hyndman, ward 16, 46 Bowdin St.)

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A 19th century American chain-link dog collar, the rectangular plaque inscribed Dr J Hyndman, 46 Bowdoin St [Boston, Massachusetts], Lic.[Licence?] 728, 18cm diam

Reference: Irish doctor James Hyndman was recorded at this address in the Boston Directory, and his death was reported by the Boston Evening Transcript as follows:

Boston Transcript, 11 May 1881
Death - Dr. James Hyndman, formerly a well-known physician in this city, died near Liverpool, England, on the 6th last. He was born in Londonderry. Ireland, in 1819, and after receiving the best preliminary and medical education his native city could give, went to Dublin, where for two years he studied medicine under the most eminent professors of that famous city of medical schools: from there he went to Edinburgh and studied for two years in the university of that city, from which he graduated. After serving some time in the British Navy, he resigned and came to Boston in 1845, to practise his profession, residing for some years past at 46 Bowdoin St. He went to England for rest and in the hope of recruiting his exhausted strength. He leaves many friends in this city, who will be pained to hear of his death. (1871 Boston City directory, James Hyndman, ward 16, 46 Bowdin St.)

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