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" Yet the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting, but in the highest degree stimulating and educative. Many of them could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that... "
Harry Furniss at home - Page 288
by Harry Furniss - 1904 - 271 pages
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Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie

Timothy Holmes - Biography & Autobiography - 1898 - 255 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine" is a series of...
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Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie

Timothy Holmes - Surgeons - 1898 - 255 pages
...romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The "Masters of Medicine" is a series of biographies written by "eminent hands" intended to supply this want It is intended that...
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British Guiana: Or, Work and Wanderings Among the Creoles and Coolies, the ...

L. Crookall - Guyana - 1898 - 247 pages
...truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there tiave been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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History of the Taxes on Knowledge: Their Origin and Repeal, Volume 1

Collet Dobson Collet - Stamp-duties - 1899
...could have said with literal 'truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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The Key to South Africa: Delagoa Bay

Montague George Jessett - Delagoa Bay (Mozambique) - 1899 - 177 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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Ralph Fitch, England's Pioneer to India and Burma: His Companions and ...

John Horton Ryley - Asia Description and travel - 1899 - 264 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro

William Miller - Balkan Peninsula - 1899 - 476 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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Johnson club papers by various hands

Johnson Club (London, England) - 1899 - 276 pages
...romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine" is a series of biographies written by "eminent hands'* intended to supply this want It is intended that...
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Thomas Sydenham

Joseph Frank Payne - Epidemiologists - 1900 - 264 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The "Masters of Medicine" is a series of...
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Robert Orange: being a continuation of the history of Robert Orange, M. P ...

John Oliver Hobbes - English literature - 1900 - 410 pages
...could have said with literal truth what Sir Thomas Browne said figuratively, that their lives were a romance. Hitherto there have been no accounts of the lives of medical discoverers in a form at once convenient and uniform, and sold at a popular price. The " Masters of Medicine " is a series of...
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