The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 75 (Google eBook)

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Cupples, Upham & Company, 1867 - Medicine
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Page 149 - Chairman before the 15th day of March next, accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the name and address of the authors. The Association offers two prizes of one hundred dollars each for the best two essays on any subject connected with the medical sciences. F. DONALDSON, Chairman. W. CHEW VAN BIBBER,
Page 132 - of Students of Harvard University who served in the Army or Navy of the United States during the War of the Rebellion. Prepared by order of the Corporation, by Francis H. Brown,
Page 91 - of Cavalry. One hundred and fifty Assistant Surgeons, with the rank, pay and emoluments of First Lieutenants of Cavalry, for the first three years service, and with the rank, pay and emoluments of Captains of Cavalry after three years service. * * * and all the original vacancies in the grade of Assistant Surgeons
Page 231 - was That those vacant sockets tilled with awe and wonder— Whether shores Devonian or Silurian beaches— Tell us thy strange story ! Or has the Professor slightly antedated By some thousand years thy advent on this planet, Giving thee an air that's somewhat
Page 231 - of thy past existence— Speak! thou oldest primate ! Even as I gazed a thrill of the maxilla And a lateral movement of the condyloid process, With post-pliocene sounds of healthy mastication Ground the teeth together. And, from that imperfect dental exhibition,
Page 304 - Manual of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Being an Abridgment of the late Dr. Pereira's Element* of Materia Medica. Arranged in conformity with the British Pharmacopoeia, and adapted to the use of Medical Practitioners, Chemists and Druggists, Medical and Pharmaceutical Students,
Page 549 - of sand than a stone can fall upwards, or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that such an animal can do is to liberate that store of force, or potential energy, which is locked up in its food. It is the chemical change which food suffers in the body of the
Page 46 - upon facts established by experience, concludes that great deserts are a most effectual barrier to the propagation of cholera, and it believes that it is without example for this disease to be imported into Egypt or Syria, across the desert, by caravans from Mecca. Adopted by all the members of the Commission except
Page 231 - of Victor Hugo Seems a periwinkle. Speak, thon awful vestige of the Earth's creation— Solitary fragment of remains organic ! Tell the wondrous secrets of thy past existence— Speak! thou oldest primate ! Even as I gazed a thrill of the maxilla And a lateral movement of the condyloid process, With post-pliocene sounds of healthy mastication Ground the teeth together. And, from that imperfect dental exhibition,
Page 551 - of their potential energy unexpended. " 7. The transformation of potential energy into muscular power is necessarily accomplished by the production of heat within the body, even when the muscular power is exerted externally. This is, doubtless, the chief and probably the only source of animal

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