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Page 223 - Owen. Odontography ; or, a Treatise on the Comparative Anatomy of the Teeth, their Physiological Relations, Mode of Development, and Microscopical Structure in the Vertebrate Animals. By Richard Owen, FRS...
Page 193 - Scratches glass, though rather with difficulty, leaving its powder on it. Yields readily to the knife. 6. Scratches glass easily. Yields with difficulty to the knife. 7. Does not yield to the knife. Yields to the edge of a file, though with difficulty. 8. 9. 10. Harder than flint.
Page 223 - Phillips. Scrofula : its Nature, its Prevalence, its Causes, and the Principles of Treatment. By Benjamin Phillips, FRS, Surgeon and Lecturer on Surgery to the Westminster Hospital. 8vo. with an engraved Plate. London, 1846 . 0 12 0 A Treatise on the Urethra ; its Diseases, especially Stricture, and their Cure.
Page 223 - Hufeland. Manual of the Practice of Medicine ; the result of Fifty Years' Experience. By WC Hufeland, Physician to the late King of Prussia, Professor in the University of Berlin. Translated from the Sixth German Edition, by C. Bruchhausen and R.
Page 223 - A TREATISE on the MEDIATE AUSCULTATION, and on DISEASES of the LUNGS and HEART. By RTH Laennec, Professor to the College of France, and to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris. With Notes and Additions by M. Laennec, and H.
Page 222 - Cruveilhier and Bonamy. Atlas of the Descriptive Anatomy of the Human Body. By J. Cruveilhier, Professor of Anatomy to the Faculty of Medicine, Paris. With Explanations by C. Bonamy. Containing 82 Plates of Osteology, Syndemology, and Myology. 4to. London, 1844. Plain .300 Coloured . . . . . . 5 15 0 Dungliaon.
Page 223 - Lebaudy. The Anatomy of the Regions interested in the Surgical Operations performed upon the Human Body ; with Occasional Views of the Pathological Condition, which render the interference of the Surgeon necessary. In a Series of 24 plates, the Size of Life. By J. Lebaudy. Folio. London, 1845 140 Lee.
Page 193 - Chapman : 1. Yields easily to the nail. 2. Yields with difficulty to the nail, or merely receives an impression from it. Does not scratch a copper coin. 3. Scratches a copper coin; but is also scratched by it, being of about the same degree of hardness. 4. Not scratched by a copper coin ; does not scratch glass.