Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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College of Physicians of Philadelphia., 1887 - Medicine
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Page xxxv - That one society be formed of virtuosi or ingenious men, residing in the several colonies, to be called The American Philosophical Society, who are to maintain a constant correspondence.
Page ccxiv - EXCEPT the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it : except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.
Page lxxi - A Discourse upon the Institution of Medical Schools in America; Delivered at a public Anniversary Commencement, held in the College of Philadelphia May 30 and 31, 1765. "With a Preface, containing amongst other things, the author's apology for attempting to introduce the regular mode of practising Physic in Philadelphia. By John...
Page lxxiv - Cullen, late Professor of the Practice of Physic in the University of Edinburgh, in...
Page cdv - He, the young and strong, who cherished Noble longings for the strife, By the roadside fell and perished, Weary with the march of life!
Page ccvii - -to advance the science of medicine, and thereby to lessen human misery, by investigating the diseases and remedies which are peculiar to this country ; by observing the effect of different seasons, climates, and situations, upon the human body; by recording the changes which are produced in diseases by the progress of agriculture, arts, population, and manners ; by searching for medicines in the American woods, waters, and in the bowels...
Page ciii - Proceedings of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia relative to the Prevention of the Introduction and Spreading of Contagious Diseases.
Page ccvii - College of Physicians of Philadelphia. " The objects of this College are, to advance the Science of Medicine, and thereby to lessen Human Misery, by investigating the diseases and remedies which are peculiar to our Country, by observing the effects of different seasons, climates, and situations upon the Human body, by recording the changes that are produced in diseases by the progress of Agriculture, Arts, Population, and Manners, by searching for Medicines in our Woods, Waters, and the bowels of...
Page lxxxiv - Vice-President of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Physician of the Pennsylvania Hospital, and Philadelphia Dispensary. The third edition. To which are added a short account of the life of the author with occasional notes and observations.
Page cxlv - April. 1829, flie names of three persons thus designated by ballot ; and the president of the convention is hereby requested, on the said day, to assort and count the said votes, and to notify the three persons who shall have the greatest number of votes of their election...

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