Virchow-bibliographie. 1843-1901

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Julius Schwalbe
G. Reimer, 1901 - Study Aids - 183 pages
 

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Page 52 - Thy word is true, thy will is just ; To thee we leave them, Lord, in trust ; And bless thee for the love which gave Thy Son to fill a human grave, That none might fear that world to see Where all are living unto thee.
Page 43 - NOT RETURNED TO THE LIBRARY ON OR BEFORE THE LAST DATE 8TAMPED BELOW. NON-RECEIPT OF OVERDUE NOTICES DOES NOT EXEMPT THE BORROWER FROM OVERDUE FEES.
Page 53 - ... we extend to the members of his family our sincere sympathy in their...
Page 36 - American military administration, and which with the astounding cooperation of the entire nation accomplished more humane results than any great war ever produced before. Whoever studies the copious publications of the medical staff of the American army must again and again be astonished at the vast experience collected in them. Absolute accuracy of details, the most painstaking statistics, acquaintance with all branches of medical learning, and a comprehensive style are united in them for the purpose...
Page 52 - Released from earthly toil and strife, With Thee is hidden still their life ; Thine are their thoughts, their works, their powers, All Thine, and yet most truly ours ; For well we know, where'er they be, Our dead are living unto Thee.
Page 52 - GOD of the living, in whose eyes Unveiled Thy whole creation lies ; All souls are Thine ; we must not say That those are dead who pass away ; From this our world of flesh set free, We know them living unto Thee.
Page 52 - Not spilt like water on the ground, Not wrapped in dreamless sleep profound, Not wandering in unknown despair Beyond Thy voice, Thine arm, Thy care ; Not left to lie like fallen tree ; Not dead, but living unto Thee.
Page 36 - French learned little or nothing in the Crimea, and the Americans so much in their civil war as to create a new era in military medicine, the explanation is not to be sought for in the immensity of misfortune and misery undergone by the Americans, for they did not suffer any more than the French did in the Crimea. The explanation is in the critical and thoroughly scientific spirit, the clear perception, the sound and practical common sense which penetrated gradually every part of the American military...
Page 29 - Lehre von den Trichinen mit Rücksicht auf die dadurch gebotenen Vorsichtsmassregeln. Für Laien und Aerzte.

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