The Richmond Medical Journal, Volume 4

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E.S. Gaillard, 1867
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Page 138 - THE riches and goods of Christians are not common, as touching the right, title, and possession of the same, as certain Anabaptists do falsely boast.
Page 432 - That the tuberculous matter itself is (or includes) the specific morbific matter of the disease, and constitutes the material by which phthisis is propagated from one person to another, and disseminated through society. 4. That the deposits of this matter are, therefore, of the nature of an eruption, and bear the same relation to the disease, phthisis, as the 'yellow matter' of typhoid fever, for instance, bears to typhoid fever.
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Page 432 - of typhoid fever, for instance, bears to typhoid fever ; ( 5 ) that, by the destruction of this matter on its issue from the body, by means of proper chemicals or otherwise — seconded by good sanitary conditions — there is reason to hope that we may eventually, and possibly at no very distant time, rid ourselves entirely of this fatal scourge.
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