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Page ii - of the said District, have deposited in this office the Title of a Book, the right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to wit:
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Page 216 - An Inquiry into the Nature and Treatment of Diabetes, Calculus, and other Affections of the Urinary Organs. By William Prout, MDFRS From the second London Edition, with Notes and Additions, by
Page 130 - again by any acid in the form of a white granular powder. Lastly, if to a small particle, a drop of nitric acid be added, and heat applied, the lithic acid is dissolved; and if the solution be evaporated to dryness, the residue assumes a beautiful pink or carmine colour.
Page 363 - shall be required to appear before the University, at one of their stated terms for granting such degrees, and in their presence be examined, by the Medical and other Professors, on the different branches of Medical Science—on his knowledge of the Greek and Latin Languages— and on such other branches of literature as they shall
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Page 130 - one, in which case, it usually contains a mixture of other substances. This is one of the most common species of calculi.— Chemical characters. Before the blow-pipe, this calculus blackens, emits a smoke having a peculiar odour, and is gradually consumed, leaving a minute quantity of white ash, which is generally alkaline. It is completely soluble in caustic potash, and
Page 216 - Manual of Surgical Operations; containing the New Method of operating, devised by Lisfranc ; followed by two Synoptic Tables of Natural and Instrumental Labours. By J. Coster, MD and Professor of the University of Turin. The Translation and Notes by John D. Godman, MD
Page 364 - 3d. The candidate, if he be not in possession of a Diploma as AM, must produce certificates of his having had a liberal and classical education, and be ready to undergo an examination as to his proficiency in Classical Literature by a committee of the University, or by the Senatus