Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 3

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Page 306 - There is a time in every man's education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance; that imitation is suicide; that he must take himself for better or worse as his portion; that though the wide universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is given to him to till.
Page 307 - Write on your doors the saying wise and old", "Be bold ! be bold !" and everywhere — " Be bold ; Be not too bold ! " Yet better the excess Than the defect ; better the more than less ; Better like Hector in the field to die, Than like a perfumed Paris turn and fly.
Page 263 - Resume of the Action and Doses of all Officinal and Non-Officinal drugs now in common use, by C. Henri Leonard, AM, MD, Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women and Clinical Gynaecology in the Detroit College of Medicine; Member of the American Medical Association, etc., etc.
Page 266 - Then reeking with nitrates and nitrites, and slimy With matter organic, it rose from the well. Oh ! had I but realized, in time to avoid them, The dangers that lurked in that pestilent draught...
Page 448 - There they buried Abraham and Sarah his wife ; there they buried Isaac and Rebekah his wife ; and there I buried Leah.
Page 643 - The sanitary requirements necessary to render a town or city proof against an epidemic of yellow fever. (c) The course to be taken by local health authorities upon the outbreak of yellow fever. 6. The Prevention and Restriction of Tuberculosis in Man.
Page 503 - Nearly 26,000 of these registration books were filled up and returned to the office in 1880, and nearly all of them used for statistical purposes. It is hoped that double this number will be obtained for the Eleventh Census. Physicians not receiving Registers can obtain them by sending their names and addresses to the Census Office, and, with the Register, an official envelope which requires no stamp will be provided for their return to Washington.
Page 266 - With what anguish of mind I remember my childhood, Recalled in the light of a knowledge since gained ; The malarious farm, the wet, fungus-grown wild-wood ; The chills then contracted that since have remained...
Page 503 - In 1886 the report on the mortality and vital statistics of the United States, as returned at the tenth census (June 1, 1880...
Page 266 - And the old oaken bucket, the mold-crusted bucket The moss-covered bucket that hung in the well. Just think of it! Moss on the vessel that lifted The water I drank in the days called to mind, Ere I knew what professors and scientists gifted In the water of wells by analysis find.

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