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A dialogue in the Devonshire dialect, by a lady [M. Palmer]: to which is ... - Page 100
by Mary Palmer - 1837
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A Dialogue in the Devonshire Dialect: (in Three Parts)

Mary Reynolds Palmer, James Frederick Palmer - English language - 1837 - 99 pages
...ZOWERSWAPPED or ZowERsoppEo, adj. ie sour-sapped crabbed, ill-natured. ZUMMET or ZUMMO'AT. pron. somewhat. Nearly ready, by the same Author, THE WORKS OF JOHN...every subject that passes through his mind : hence his works possess the greatest kind of utility. His reputation has been con. stantly increasing since...
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Vivisection Investigated and Vindicated

1842 - 214 pages
...JOHN HUNTER, who, in the opinion of Mr. LAWRENCE, " was the greatest man in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon, that the whole annals of medicine can furnish." I transcribe the following paragraphs.* " Many parts of the human body being so complex, that their...
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The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 1

1880
...the late Sir William Lawrence who said — ' ' Hunter was the greatest man iu the combined character of physiologist and surgeon that the whole annals of medicine can furnish." He died on October 16, 1793. H. Can- /..—Legislative interference (independently of enactments in...
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Medical Record, Volume 29

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1886
...the profession who care once again to visit the home of ' the greatest man, in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon, that the whole annals of medicine can furnish ' (Sir William Lawrence), should go to Earl's Court House without delay. ;When Frank Buckland visited...
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The standard American encyclopedia of arts, sciences, history ..., Volume 4

John Clark Ridpath - Reference - 1897
...1802, retired from service 1866 ; d. 1886. Hnnt'er, (Jons,) the greatest name in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon that the whole annals of medicine can furnish, b. in Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1728. He was intended for the Church, and to that end spent five yrs....
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National worthies, being a selection from the National portrait gallery

Constable, Archibald, and company - Art - 1899 - 74 pages
...were removed to Westminster Abbey, 1859. "John Hunter — the greatest name in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon, that the whole annals of medicine can furnish." Copied by John Jackson, RA, in 1816, from Sir Joshua Reynolds, PRA SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, PRA, Artist....
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The genealogical history of the McGaffey family: including also the Fellows ...

George Washington McGaffey - 1904 - 145 pages
...philosopher and historian, born at Edinburg in 1711; John Hunter, the greatest name in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon that the whole annals of medicine can furnish, was born in Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1728, died 1793; Wm. Hunter, MD eminent physician and anatomist,...
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Brain, Mind and Medicine:: Essays in Eighteenth-Century Neuroscience

Harry Whitaker, C.U.M. Smith, Stanley Finger - History - 2007 - 389 pages
...by any individual before or after his time, and he "was the greatest man in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon that the whole annals of medicine can furnish." (Ottley, 1835: viii) Every part of biological science was influenced by Hunter's physiological principles...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 42

Edwin Samuel Gaillard, William S. McChesney - Medicine - 1886
...the profession who care once again to visit the home of " the greatest man in the combined character of physiologist and surgeon that the whole annals of medicine can furnish" (Sir William Lawrence), should go to Earl's Court House without delay. When Frank Buckland visited...
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