Doctors' Magazine: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of the Medical Profession and the Public Health, Volume 3, Issue 1

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Page 60 - Belong to the woman who didn't know why (And now we know she never knew why) And did not understand. The fool was stripped to his foolish hide (Even as you and I !) Which she might have seen when she threw him aside, — (But it isn't on record the lady tried...
Page viii - Dr. Murphy has been appointed surgeon-in-chief of Mercy Hospital, with the direction of the surgical teaching in that hospital.
Page 60 - A FOOL there was and he made his prayer (Even as you and I!) To a rag and a bone and a hank of hair (We called her the woman who did not care) But the fool he called her his lady fair (Even as you and I!) Oh the years we waste and the tears we waste. And the work of our head and hand, Belong to the woman who did not know (And now we know that she never could know) And did not understand.
Page 60 - Oh the years we waste and the tears we waste And the work of our head and hand, Belong to the woman who did not know (And now we know that she never could know) And did not understand. A fool there was and his goods he spent (Even as you and I...
Page xix - ... all. In these days of progress it won't do to say that Cod Liver Oil does not contain active principles that are separable from the grease; there is a living fact that disapproves all such assertions.
Page 74 - AND EAR. Rhinology, Laryngology, and Otology, and their Significance in General Medicine. By DR. EP FRIEDRICH, of Leipzig. Edited by H. HoLBROOK CURTIS, MD, Consulting Surgeon to the New York Nose and Throat Hospital. Octavo, 348 pages.
Page 60 - Oh the toil we lost and the spoil we lost And the excellent things we planned, Belong to the woman who didn't know why (And now we know she never knew why) And did not understand.
Page viii - ... Saunders has recently spent several weeks in London, where all the arrangements preliminary to the opening of an English house have been completed. This London branch will be operated in immediate connection with the home establishment, and the same methods that have been so successful in building up the business in this country will be employed in the conduct of this new branch.
Page 38 - ... it probably stands in a causative relation. 5. The cause of death in many acute and chronic infectious diseases, in meningitis and in the exanthemata is the result of unrecognized and untreated abscess of the middle ear.

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