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" The histories of medicine which exist are for the most part only fitted for the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and which have lengthened... "
Harry Furniss at home - Page 288
by Harry Furniss - 1904 - 271 pages
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British Guiana: Or, Work and Wanderings Among the Creoles and Coolies, the ...

L. Crookall - Guyana - 1898 - 247 pages
...congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lires, and which have lengthened the span of human existence,...no record at all accessible to the general reader. Vet r!:.story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Ralph Fitch, England's Pioneer to India and Burma: His Companions and ...

John Horton Ryley - East Indies - 1899 - 264 pages
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...reader. Yet the story of these men's lives, of their straggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting, but in the highest degree stimulating and...
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Johnson club papers by various hands

Johnson Club (London, England) - 1899 - 276 pages
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. \ et the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro

William Miller - Balkan Peninsula - 1899 - 476 pages
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. ^ et the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Little Indabas: Stories of Kaffir, Boer, and Natal Life

J. Mac - Tales - 1900 - 223 pages
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. Vet the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Thomas Sydenham

Joseph Frank Payne - Epidemiologists - 1900 - 264 pages
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. Vet the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Fifty Years of Catholic Life & Social Progress, Volume 2

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1901
...the intellectual digestion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. Vet the story of these men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Before the Great Pillage: With Other Miscellanies

Augustus Jessopp - Church history - 1901 - 260 pages
...the intellectual dices lion of Dryasdust and his congeners. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculable numbers of human lives, and...no record at all accessible to the general reader. Vet the story of ton B men's lives, of their struggles and of their triumphs, is not only interesting,...
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Commissioner Kerr: An Individuality

George Pitt-Lewis - Judges - 1903 - 395 pages
...eoafenein. Of the men who made the discoveries which have saved incalculahle numhers of hnman live*, and which have lengthened the span of human existence, there is often no record at all aceeenihle to the general reader. Vet the story of these men's lives, of their straggles and of their...
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