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The American Cyclopædia (1879)/Jahr, Georges Henri Gottlieb

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JAHR, Georges Henri Gottlieb, a French physician, born in Gotha, Germany, Jan. 30, 1801. After studying under Hahnemann, he took his degree of M. D. in Paris in 1840, and became a permanent resident of that city. Many of his numerous works have been published both in French and German, and translated into English by Hempel and others. Among them are treatises on the homœopathic treatment of cholera, of nervous and mental diseases, diseases of the skin, &c., and a “Homœopathic Pharmacopœia.”