Lozier Lo·zi·er (lō'zē-ər), Clemence Sophia Harned. 1813-1888.
An American physician who, in 1863, founded the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women.
Contrary to Mrs. lozier, they are firm in their conviction of the expediency of mingling the sexes in all scholastic training.
In 1830 she was married to Mr. lozier, and removed to New York.
General lozier was there, Thurston saw, and an imposing array of gold-braided men with a sprinkling of those in civilian clothes.
Dr. lozier has a practice of $15,000, and owns two fine houses, earned by her own perseverance.
At the commencement of this article we stated that Mrs. lozier was a modest woman.
Mrs. lozier is said to have been a skilful surgeon, having performed upwards of one hundred and twenty capital operations.
The platform was decorated with flowers and filled with ladies, Dr. lozier presiding.
Mr. Golden's car was a big roomy lozier, and by six o'clock they were off.
The lozier car which had been given me by the Canadian Government was also to go as part of the equipment.