The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal, Volume 12

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E.S. Gaillard, 1871 - Medicine
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p 16 discussion of AMA decision to admit women
106 Gaillard's attack on Yandell, upon becoming president of the AMA

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p 118 the effort to put Cowling on the UL faculty was aborted

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Page 692 - I may tell all my bones: they look and stare upon me. They part my garments among them, and cast lots upon my vesture.
Page 573 - Should the base plebeian rabble Dare assail my name at Rome, Where my noble spouse, Octavia, Weeps within her widowed home, Seek her ; say the Gods bear witness — Altars, augurs, circling wings — That her blood, with mine commingled, Yet shall mount the throne of kings.
Page 132 - By Roberts BARTHOLOW, AM, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the Medical College of Ohio...
Page 699 - By Hugh L. Hodge, MD, Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children in the University of Pennsylvania, with illustrations.
Page 692 - I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint. My heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels.
Page 572 - Thou and thou alone, must hear. Though my scarred and veteran legions Bear their eagles high no more, And my wrecked and scattered galleys Strew dark Actium's fatal shore; Though no glittering guards surround me, Prompt to do their master's will, I must perish like a Roman, Die the great Triumvir, still.
Page 460 - Competitors will send their essays in English, with motto attached, and the name and address of the writer, with the same motto, in a sealed envelope, to the present secretary of the society, Dr. Alfred EM Purdy, 123 East Thirty-Eighth Street, New York, on or before January 1, 1873.
Page 17 - Francisco in 1871, by the emphatic vote of 83 to 26, refused to so amend the constitution as to admit delegates from colleges in which women are taught and graduated in medicine; and from hospitals, in which women graduates in medicine, attend.
Page 719 - ... indebted, in a great measure, to the school in which they received their instruction. A large proportion of its students have been possessed of little, save youth, hope, intelligence, and determination. Many of these, having been generously aided by the College, have taken rank among the most substantial members of the profession. The Faculty at all times, since its organization, has been moved by an earnest desire to promote the best interests of the profession and the College. For this its...
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