On her deathbed, in , Barry called Blackwell her "true love", and requested that her ashes be buried with those of Elizabeth. By , nearly 7, patients were being treated per year at the New York Infirmary, and Blackwell was needed back in the United States. In , Blackwell established a small dispensary near Tompkins Square. New York: Brentano's Literary Emporium. The dean and faculty, usually responsible for evaluating an applicant for matriculation, were not able to make a decision due to the special nature of Blackwell's case. Dickson approved of Blackwell's career aspirations and allowed her to use the medical books in his library to study. In July , she sailed for Britain.
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