The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 1

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J. & A. Churchill, 1880 - Medicine
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Page 187 - INDEX MEDICUS.— A Monthly Classified Record of the Current Medical Literature of the World.
Page 242 - What stronger breast-plate than a heart untainted ? Thrice is he armed, that hath his quarrel just ; And he but naked, though locked up in steel, Whose conscience with injustice is corrupted.
Page 109 - I shudder to think it— I considered that water uncommonly clear, And often at noon, when I went there to drink it, I enjoyed it as much as I now enjoy beer. How ardent I seized it with hands that were grimy And quick to the...
Page 109 - I've become a devoted believer In the teachings of science. I shudder to think. And now, far removed from the scenes I'm describing. The story of warning to others I tell.
Page 109 - And the old oaken bucket, the mold-crusted bucket The moss-covered bucket that hung in the well. Just think of it! Moss on the vessel that lifted The water I drank in the days called to mind, Ere I knew what professors and scientists gifted In the water of wells by analysis find.
Page 282 - Furlenbach was unquestionably contaminated by the privies of the adjacent farm-houses, the soil-pits of which communicated with it. Thus, from time immemorial, whenever the meadows of the Furlenthal were irrigated, the contaminated water of the Furlenbach, after percolation through the superficial strata and a long underground course, helped to feed one of the two heads of the fountain supplying Lausen. The natural filtration, however, which it underwent rendered it perfectly bright and clear, and...
Page 207 - Adye her royal licence and authority to accept and wear the insignia of Commander of the Order of the Legion of Honour conferred upon him by the President of the French Republic as a promotion from the class of Officer of the same Order which he received for his services during the Crimean War. He...
Page 107 - The following gentlemen, having undergone the necessary examinations for the diploma, were admitted Members of the College at a meeting of the Court of Examiners on the 25th inst., •viz.: — Brodribb, Francis Benjamin, LSA, Upper Clapton, student of St.
Page 53 - habitual drunkard" means a person who, not being amenable to any jurisdiction in lunacy is notwithstanding by reason of habitual intemperate drinking of intoxicating liquor, at times dangerous to himself or herself or to others, or incapable of managing himself or herself and his or her affairs.
Page 251 - Annual Report of the Supervising Surgeon-General of the Marine Hospital Service of the United States for the fiscal year 1890.

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