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Why, according to Hawthorne, were there few physicians in Boston?


According to Hawthorne, there are few physicians in Boston because men of this trade usually aren't passionate enough about religion to move across the ocean to the colonies.


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1. Why, according to Hawthorne, were there few physicians in Boston?
2. What is the principal occupation of the only surgeon in the Boston Colony?
3. When does the Reverend Dimmesdale’s health begin to fail?
4. Whose suggestion is it that Chillingworth and Dimmesdale lodge in the same house?