The plea of some Christian women on behalf of their sex, caused Dr. Storer to write another work entitled "Is it I?" A book for every Man. In opening this work we could not but wish that Dr. Storer might have been protected against his friends, the publishers, who, thinking perhaps that Dr. Storer was not able to defend himself against those attacks to which every author is exposed, added to the preface some complimentary resolutions passed by some physicians who, by the payment of fifty dollars and "diploma to be shown," attended a course of twelve lectures by one of the only two specialists (.?) in America. Dr. Storer's modesty must have been shocked while reading this offensive passage. This work is not as carefully written as the former, containing mostly quotations from other writers. We hope these books will do more good than many other pamphlets written against supposed vices or bad habits. The perusal of a pamphlet describing the deleterious consequences of smoking serves often only aa1 an additional relish for the after dinner pipe.
-The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 1