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" Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity of alcohol, applied to the stomach under the form of natural wine, and in a state of mixture with water, will produce very different effects upon the body, and to an extent which it is difficult to... "
The Anatomy of Drunkenness - Page 213
by Robert Macnish - 1835 - 227 pages
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Medical jurisprudence, Volume 2

John Ayrton Paris, John Samuel Martin Fonblanque - Law - 1823
...liquors, than on the absolute quantity of the libation, or the frequency with which it is repeated. Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity...of alcohol applied to the stomach under the form of wine, and in a state of mixture with water, will produce very different effects upon the living body,...
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Medical Jurisprudence, Volume 2

John Ayrton Paris, John Samuel Martin Fonblanque - Medical jurisprudence - 1823
...liquors, than on the absolute quantity of the libation, or the frequency with which it is repeated. Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity...of alcohol applied to the stomach under the form of wine, and in a state of mixture with water, will produce very different effects upon the living body,...
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A Memoir on the Cultivation of the Vine in America: And the Best Mode of ...

John Adlum - Viticulture - 1823 - 142 pages
...reagents or distillation have ascertained precisely the same proportion of Alcohol. In other words, the same quantity of Alcohol applied to the stomach under the form of Wine, and in a state of mere combination with water, is productive of effects on the body, not only...
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Pharmacologia, al, The history of medicinal substances. Ed. the ..., Volume 1

John Ayrton Paris - 1825
...exists, are the circumstances that include all the interesting and disputed points of medical enquiry. Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity...Madeira, and Sherry, contain from one-fourth to one-fifth their bulk of alcohol, so that a person who takes a bottle of either of them, will thus take nearly...
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A treatise on diet

John Ayrton Paris - 1826
...experience convinces us, that the same quantity of alcohol applied to the stomach under the form of wine, and in a state of mixture with water, will produce...the body, and to an extent which it is difficult to understand. It has, for instance, been demonstrated beyond the reach of doubt, that Port, Madeira,...
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A Discourse, Delivered Before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression ...

William Sullivan - Temperance - 1832 - 64 pages
...observations from Paris's Pharmacologia, and from these observations the following extract is made. ' Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity...to the stomach under the form of natural wine, and (after being extracted by distilling) in a state of mixture with water, will produce very different...
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The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 43

Medicine - 1820
...exists, are the circumstances that include all the interesting and disputed points of medical enquiry. Daily experience convinces us that the same quantity...and in a state of mixture with water, will produce тегу different effects upon the body, and to an extent which it is difficult to comprehend : it...
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A Treatise on Diet: With a View to Establish on Practical Grounds a System ...

John Ayrton Paris - Diet - 1837 - 414 pages
...subject; although, as in most instances of discovery, they have raised up new doubts and difficulties. Daily experience convinces us, that the same quantity of alcohol applied to the stomach under the EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL. 277 form of wine, and in a state of mixture with water, will produce very different...
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1839
...the alcohol. Dr. Paris appears to be of this opinion. " Daily experience," observes that physician, " convinces us that the same quantity of alcohol, applied...will produce very different effects upon the body, The attenuation of alcohol with water appears to exercise the most powerful influence in preventing...
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Bacchus: An essay on the nature, causes, effects, and cure of intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod, Charles Alfred Lee - Alcoholism - 1840 - 512 pages
...and Economical Advice, by 3. Stephenson. p. 117. ion. " Daily experience," observes that physician, " convinces us that the same quantity of alcohol, applied...and to an extent which it is difficult to comprehend ; and moreover, that different wines, although of the same specific gravity, and consequently containing...
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