The Bulletin of Medical Science, Volume 3

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Page 358 - The Principles and Practice of Obstetric Medicine and Surgery, in reference to the process of Parturition, Illustrated by one hundred and forty-eight figures, by Francis H. Ramsbotham, MD,
Page 144 - For it is the life of all flesh ; the blood of it is for the life thereof." " For the life of the flesh is in the blood.
Page 26 - make them gentle from rustic harshness and distempered passions. The like, also, would not be inexpedient' after meat, to assist and cherish nature in her first concoction, and send their minds back to study
Page 421 - The Salerne School doth by these lines impart All health to England's king, and doth advise From care his head to keepe, from wrath his harte, Drink not much wine, sup light and soone arise. When meat is gone long sitting breedeth smart : And after noone still waking
Page 216 - he that hated me thai did magnify himself against me; then I would have hid myself from him : but it was
Page 29 - eyes upon the physician, who rather felt than saw them upon him, so as to make it impossible not to answer the exact truth ; repeated one or two of the former questions about the cause of the disease, and ended with asking,
Page 354 - The Dispensatory of the United íSlates of America. By George B. Wood, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, in the University of Pennsylvania, and
Page 248 - Designed to Constitute an Appendix to Works on the Practice of Physic, and to facilitate the Study of Morbid Anatomy in Connexion with Symptoms. By J. Hope, MD, FRS, Physician to the St. Mary-le-Bone Infirmary, &c., &c. First American Edition. Edited by LM Lawson, MD, Professor of
Page 212 - and let the voice of kindness and sympathy gladden his dark hours, we would still have .him feel that the way of the transgressor is hard, and that there is a weighty penalty attached to the commission of crime. We have feared that of late there was a morbid kind of feeling on the increase in the
Page 137 - residence are the cellars. It is almost impossible, when contemplating the circumstances and condition of the poor beings who inhabit these holes, to maintain the proper degree of calmness requisite for a thorough inspection, and the exercise of a sound judgment, respecting them. You must descend to them ; you must feel

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