Doctor Lowe's Sacrifice: Or, The Triumph of Homoeopathy

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Homoeopathic publishing Company, 1875 - 96 pages
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Page 97 - Although this volume is got up very much in the style of the author's ' Vade Mecum,' it is by no means a reprint of that work. Very much new material has been added in all the departments, and the whole character of the work has been changed, while its value has been at the same time greatly increased. For junior practitioners (and seniors as well) it will certainly prove of considerable service. It is handsomely printed with clear type on good paper, and presents a very attractive appearance. We...
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Page 100 - This book is another of the series of practical domestic treatises which have done so much to spread a knowledge and increase the popularity of homoeopathy in England, and have made Dr. Ruddock famous. It is written in plain language, so that all may understand its teachings, it preserves a sound pathology and diagnosis throughout, and its treatment, which embraces the ' new remedies, ' as well as the old, is in accord with the experience of most practitioners, and is thoroughly safe.
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Page 12 - To become thus the murderer or the tormentor of my brethren was to me an idea so frightful and overwhelming, that soon after my marriage, I renounced the practice of medicine, that I might no longer incur the risk of doing injury, and I engaged exclusively in chemistry, and in literary occupations.
Page 14 - Shortly before his death, while suffering from difficulty of breathing, his wife said to him : ' Providence owes you a mitigation of your sufferings, since, in your life, you have alleviated the sufferings of so many, and yourself endured so much.' ' Me,' replied the dying sage, ' why then me ? Each man here below works as God gives him strength, and meets with a greater or less reward at the judgment seat of man ; but he can claim no reward at the judgment seat of God. God owes me nothing, but I...
Page 101 - Perhaps no surgeon's success has reflected more credit upon Homoeopathy than that of Prof. Helmuth. Nearly twenty years ago he had felt the want to which we have alluded ; and he had barely entered his profession before he made this a subject of special study, and compiled a work on surgery of 650 pages, which was published in 1855. Eighteen years have added greatly alike to his experience, his reputation, and his ability for such a task ; and now we have this splendid volume of 1,228 pages from...
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Page 101 - MD, Professor of Surgery in the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. Illustrated with 571 Engravings on wood. Price 40s. ; superior binding, 45s. " The author is no mere theoriser, but is well known as a bold, skilful , and successful surgeon, who has made a high mark amongst the best surgeons of the country ; and into this book hs has put the experience he has gathered within the past twenty years.

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