The Medical and Physical Journal: Containing the Earliest Information on Subjects of Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Chemistry, and Natural History ..., Volumen14

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R. Phillips, 1805

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Página 285 - These several Lectures are so arranged, that no two of them interfere in the hours of attendance; and the whole is calculated to form a complete course of medical and chirurgical instruction.
Página 3 - DEAD flies cause the ointment of the apothecary to send forth a stinking savour : so doth a little folly him that is in reputation for wisdom and honour.
Página 70 - This shrub should never be permitted to grow in corn lands, for the ears of wheat that grow near it never fill, and its influence in this respect has been known to extend as far as 3 or 4 hundred yards across a field.
Página 106 - He tried his new method in the first instance tentatively and fearfully ; " So that in my budding practice thereof I always had my cauteries and hot irons in a readiness, that if anything happened otherwise than I expected in this my new work I might fetch succour from the ancient practice ; until at length confirmed by the happy experience of almost an infinite number of particulars, I bid eternally adieu to all hot irons and cauteries which were commonly used in this work, and I think it fit that...
Página 546 - ... during fermentation. The twigs are then hung up to dry, and at the next brewing they are put into the wort 'instead of yeast. In Italy the chips are frequently 'put into turbid wine, for the purpose of clearing it : .this is effected in about twenty-four hours.
Página 106 - Chirurgeons, that leaving this old and too too cruel way of healing, they would embrace this new, which I think was taught me by the special favour of the Sacred Deity; for I learnt it not of my Masters, nor of any other ; neither have I at any time found it used by any...
Página 286 - Candidates for the midwifery diploma, shall be examined on the anatomy and physiology of the female generative system, the theory and practice of midwifery, and on the diseases of women and children ; and if...
Página 106 - Wherefore I must earnestly entreat all chirurgeons, that leaving this old and too too cruel way of healing, they would embrace this new, which I think was taught me by the special favour of the sacred Deity, for I learnt it not of my masters, nor of any other, neither have I at any time 'l_ found it used by any.
Página 285 - Hospital, during the ensuing winter: — On the Theory and Practice of Medicine, by Dr. ROBERTS and Dr. POWELL. On Anatomy and Physiology, by Mr. ABERNETHY. On the Theory and Practice of Surgery, by Mr. ABERNETHY. On comparative Anatomy and Physiology, by Mr. MACARTNEY. On Chemistry, by Dr. EDWARDS. On the Materia Medica, by Dr.
Página 542 - The poorer inhabitants make walls for their cottages with alternate layers of heath, and a kind of mortar made of black earth and straw; the woody roots of the heath being placed in the centre, the tops internally and externally.

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