Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 45 (Google eBook)

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1852 - Medicine
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Page 67 - Lane, on or before the 10th of September, sealed up; with a distinguishing word, number, or motto, on the cover, corresponding with the inscription on a separate sealed paper, containing the name of the author, which will not be opened unless containing the name of the successful candidate.
Page 253 - Science' self destroyed her favorite son ! Yes, she too much indulged thy fond pursuit : She sowed the seeds, but Death has reaped the fruit. 'Twas thine own genius gave the final blow, And helped to plant the wound that laid thee low.
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Cholera, its management and medical treatment.
THE. BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL. Vol. Lxxiii. Thursday,. January. 18,. 1866. No. 26. CHOLERA—ITS. MANAGEMENT. AND MEDICAL TREATMENT. ...
www.nlm.nih.gov/ exhibition/ cholera/ pdf/ 9604185.pdf

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