The Medical and Physical Journal: Containing the Earliest Information on Subjects of Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Chemistry, and Natural History ..., Volumen29

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R. Phillips, 1813

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Página 230 - ... or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern. Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was : and the spirit shall return unto GOD Who gave it.
Página 308 - London, minding only their own lucres, and nothing the profit or ease of the diseased or patient, have sued, troubled, and vexed divers honest persons, as well men as women, whom God hath endued with the knowledge of the nature, kind, and operation of certain herbs, roots, and waters, and the using and ministering of them to such as been pained with customable diseases...
Página 258 - As a document of great importance, not only to the medical profession, but to the public at large...
Página 351 - Hints for the Treatment of the principal Diseases of Infancy and Childhood, adapted to the Use of Parents. By James Hamilton, MD Professor of Midwifery in the University, and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.
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Página 399 - Cavendish that his principal reason for coming to London was to see and converse with one of the greatest ornaments of the age, and one of the most illustrious philosophers that ever existed. To all these high-flown speeches Mr. Cavendish answered not a word, but stood with his eyes cast down, quite abashed and confounded.
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Página 113 - ... medicine, we shall find, that there are not wanting well-authenticated instances of even more protracted abstinence than was exhibited on the occasion in question. Thus Doebel gives the history of a hypochondriac, who fasted during a period of 40 days, but died soon after his return to food.
Página 220 - Hunter is not to be forgotten ; that " it is nearly as dangerous, in many constitutions, to give mercury where the disease is not venereal, as to omit it in those which...
Página 340 - Practical Observations on the Sclerocele, and other Morbid Enlargements of the Testicle ; also on the Cause and Cure of the Acute, the Spurious, and the Chronic Hydrocele. The whole illustrated by Cases, &c. By Thomas Rams* ilen, Surgeon to Christ's Hospital and the Foundling, and Assistant-surgeon t«.

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