New Brunswick, Canada
27 September 1860
The peculiar circumstances in which Dr. Tumblety is situated forces upon him the necessity of placing a few of the many certificates before a candid public, whose appreciation of his abilities, has opened to him a vast field of philanthropic usefulness and undeniable benefaction. There is indeed, as much room for reform in Medical Jurisprudence, as in the Science of Politics. "Facts are stubborn things" - read them.