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" And notwithstanding all the pains I have heretofore taken, I have reason to praise God, in that it hath pleased Him to call me to that branch of Medical practice commonly called Surgery, which can neither be bought by gold nor by silver, but by industry... "
Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal - Page 178
1854
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The Transactions of the American Medical Association, Volume 7

American Medical Association - 1854
...Pare. Liberally rendered, in modern English, it, reads thus,—And, notwithstanding all the pains that I have heretofore taken, I have reason to praise God,...by gold, nor by silver, but by industry alone, and long experience. ' Signed, CHAKLES A. POPE, THOMAS REYBURN, JOHN S. MOORE, JOHN B. JOHNSON, A. LITTON....
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The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery

Daniel Drake, Theodore S. Bell, Lunsford Pitts Yandell - Medicine - 1854
...French, which, being literally rendered in modern English, reads, "and notwithstanding all the pains 1 have heretofore taken, I have reason to praise God,...bought by gold nor by silver, but by industry alone and long experience." If it please the Association I will now break the seal of the packet superscribed...
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The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery

Lunsford Pitts Yandell, Theodore Stout Bell - Medicine - 1854
...Osseous System." It bears a motto in French, which, being literally rendered in modern English, reads, "and notwithstanding all the pains I have heretofore...bought by gold nor by silver, but by industry alone and long experience." If it please the Association I will now break the seal of the packet superscribed...
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New York Medical Gazette and Journal of Health

David Meredith Reese - Medicine - 1854
...System.” It bears a motto in French, which, being liberally rendered in modern English, reeds, “ and notwithstanding all the pains I have heretofore taken, I have reason to praise God, in that it has pleased Him to call me to that branch of medical practice commonly called Surgery, which can neither...
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The New York Medical Gazette and Journal of Health

David Meredith Reese - Medicine - 1854
...notwithstanding all the pains I have heretofore taken, 1 have reason to praise God, in that it has pleased Him to call me to that branch of medical practice...silver, but by industry alone and by long experience." If it please the Association, I will now break the seal of the packet superscribed by the same motto,...
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