American Magazine: Devoted to Homoeopathy and Hydropathy, Volume 1

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J. Hall., 1851 - Homeopathy
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Page 358 - to those of the malady—and this object is attained by a single transit, the determination being moderately fixed, and gliding the hands slowly over the body from the crown of the head to the soles of the feet. In
Page 374 - and continued to wear the same clothes. A lady whom he delivered a few days afterwards, was attacked with and died of a similar disease; two more of his lying-in patients, in rapid succession, met •with the same fate ; struck by the thought that he might have carried
Page 235 - artificial aid afforded to our natural vision, would have forever remained in oblivion, are all organized upon principles like those of which the unaided senses can take cognizance ; that some of them, at least, have heart, arteries, veins, muscles, sinews, tendons, nerves, circulating fluids, and all the concomitant apparatus of a living, organized body. If
Page 113 - new, which contradicts, perhaps threatens to overturn the creed we have for years repeated and have handed down to others, all passions are raised against him, and every effort is made to crush him. People resist with all their might—they act
Page 149 - Animalcules have been discovered whose magnitude is such that a million of them do not exceed the bulk of a grain of sand, and yet each of these creatures is composed of members as curiously organized, as those of the
Page 116 - The venerable Hufeland acknowledged the highest personal respect for Hahnemann. Valentine Mott, the eminent American surgeon, says—" Hahnemann is one of the most accomplished and scientific physicians of the present age." Dr. Uwins and Mr. Kingdon of London, considered that
Page 235 - But we have still more astonishing proofs of the almost infinite divisibility of matter. Snow is sometimes found in New Shetland, and on the Alps, of a red color, and occasionally green. This is due to an admixture of an infinite number of microscopic plants, of low organization, of the tribe
Page 374 - It is not uncommon for the greater number of cases to occur in the practice of one man, whilst the other practitioners of the neighborhood,
Page 374 - are not more skillful or more busy, meet with few or none. A practitioner opened the body of a woman who had died of puerperal
Page 374 - contagion in his clothes, he instantly changed them, and met with no more cases of the kind. A woman in the country, who was employed

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