A Memoir of Frederick Hervey Foster Quin

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Privately printed, 1879 - Homeopathic physicians - 112 pages
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Page 2 - REMEMBER, love, who gave thee this, When other days shall come ; When she who had thy earliest kiss Sleeps in her narrow home. Remember, 'twas a mother gave The gift to one she'd die to save.
Page 3 - A parent's blessing on her son Goes with this holy thing ; The love that would retain the one, Must to the other cling. Remember, 'tis no idle toy, A mother's gift — Remember, boy ! As I concluded reading, a perfect stillness reigned through the room.
Page 3 - And bade him keep the gift — that when The parting hour should come, They might have hope to meet again In an eternal home. She said, his faith in that would be Sweet incense to her memory.
Page 84 - That, for these reasons, it is derogatory to the honour of members of this association to hold any kind of professional intercourse with Homoeopathic practitioners. " 4. That there are three classes of practitioners who ought not to be members of this association, namely : first, real Homoeopathic practitioners; second, those who practise Homoeopathy...
Page 83 - Hahnemann, and practised by his followers, is so utterly opposed to science and common sense, as well as so completely at variance with the experience of the Medical Profession, that it ought to be in no way or degree practised or countenanced by any regularly educated Medical practitioner.
Page 39 - Sir: I am desired by the Censors of the Royal College of Physicians to express their surprise that they have .received no answer to their letter of January 4th, admonishing you to desist from practicing physic until you have been duly examined. The Censors' Board meets for the purpose of examinations on the first Friday of every month.
Page 111 - who has been to me a brother, is one of the most accomplished and fascinating men in existence. There is not a party of rank, talent, or fashion that would be thought complete were he omitted. He is gay without buffoonery, witty without punning, and always pleasing without appearing to make an effort to please. I have seen him in the most trying situations, and I never saw him for a moment at fault ; and with it all he is a man of deep feeling and solid character. I love him from my heart ; he has...
Page 39 - We, the censors of the Royal College of Physicians, London, having received information that you are practising physic within the City of London and seven miles of the same, do hereby admonish you to desist from so doing until you...
Page 84 - That the thanks of the Association are also due, and are hereby given, to the Universities of Edinburgh and St. Andrews, for their resolution to refuse their diplomas to practitioners of Homoeopathy ; but the Association feel imperatively called on to express its disapproval of any school of medicine which retains among its teachers any one who holds Homoeopathic opinions.
Page 38 - London and seven miles of the same, do hereby admonish you to desist from so doing until you have been duly examined and licensed thereto under the common seal of the said College, otherwise it will be the duty of the said College to proceed against you for the recovery of the penalties thereby incurred.

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