The Medical News and Library, Bände 1-4

Lea & Blanchard, 1843

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Seite 63 - I'll purchase Devonshire and Cornwall, And make them perfect Indies ! you admire now ? Sur. No, faith. Mam. But when you see th' effects of the Great Medicine, Of which one part projected on a hundred Of Mercury, or Venus, or the moon, Shall turn it to as many of the sun; Nay, to a thousand, so ad infinitum: You will believe me.
Seite 63 - Sur. As he that built the Water-work, does with water ! Mam. You are incredulous. Sur. Faith I have a humour, I would not willingly be gull'd.
Seite 57 - Resolved, that it is expedient for the medical profession of the United States, to institute a National Medical Association...
Seite 66 - Thursday morning till half-past 10 on Sunday morning; during this time witness did not sleep at all: of this she is certain. In order to keep awake she stood nearly the whole of Friday night, Saturday, and Saturday night, only sitting down for half an hour for rest. Two other young persons worked at the same house for the same time, these two dozed occasionally in a chair.
Seite 92 - ... your rare talents, that you will be able to accomplish the resurrection in our churchyard, the day after to-morrow, according to your promise ; but I pray you to observe that our city is in the utmost...
Seite 63 - Tut! man, one fire burns out another's burning, One pain is lessen'd by another's anguish; Turn giddy, and be holp by backward turning; One desperate grief cures with another's languish: Take thou some new infection to thy eye, And the rank poison of the old will die.
Seite 63 - gainst all infections, Cures all diseases, coming of all causes ; A month's grief in a day : a year's in twelve ; And of what age soever, in a month : Past all the doses of your drugging doctors. I'll undertake withal to fright the plague Out o
Seite 34 - ... the presenting part of the infant. I have insisted upon the advantages of taking hold of the knee that is highest and furthest from you, and believe this to be a matter of the very first moment. Now, it may appear to some of you that it would be more difficult to seize this knee than the knee of the side corresponding to the presenting arm ; but if you reflect for a moment you will see that this difficulty is more imaginary than real. Both knees of the child, as the infant lies folded up in utero,...
Seite 72 - ... in which it was contained, should describe every particular respecting the note — such as its number, its date, the bank at which it was payable, &.c., and who should read three English words, plainly written on a slip of paper, which was contained in the same envelop with the note,
Seite 57 - That a committee of seven be appointed to prepare and issue an address to the different regularly organized societies and chartered medical schools in the United States, setting forth the objects of the National Medical Association, and inviting them to send delegates to a Convention to be held in Philadelphia on on the first Wednesday in May, 1847.

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