American Medical Gazette and Journal of Health, Volume 1

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1850 - Medicine
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Page 155 - President of the United States, to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, to each Member of Congress from the State of Washington, and to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior.
Page 43 - ... or to extremes of temperature '•* Or, on the other hand, is there reason for believing that such use of them is not sanctioned by the principles of science, or the results of practical observation?
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Page 60 - ... a good English education, a knowledge of natural philosophy, and the elementary mathematical sciences, including geometry and algebra, and such an acquaintance, at least, with the Latin and Greek languages as will enable them to appreciate the technical language of medicine, and read and write prescriptions.
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