The New York Medical Gazette and Journal of Health

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David Meredith Reese
1854 - Medicine
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Page 459 - they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned into fables." Though we can charitably believe that Rev. Mr. Everest may be fool enough to place some degree of faith in his own theory, we are far from
Page 459 - our allopathic version, reads thus : "For the time will come, when they will not endure sound doctrine: but after their own lusts shall they keep to themselves teachers having itching
Page 298 - That hereafter, every paper received by this Association, and ordered to be published, and all plates, or other means of illustration, shall be considered the exclusive property of this Association, and shall be published and sold for the exclusive benefit of the Association. Dr. Phelps, of New York,
Page 71 - his liver was short of bile, And some that his heart was over size, While some kept arguing all the while He was crammed with tubercles up to his eyes. This fine young man then up stepped he, And all the doctors made a pause ; Said he—the man must die, you see, By the fifty-seventh of Louis's laws.
Page 369 - such remains for any other purpose, or shall remove such remains beyond the limits of this state, or in any manner traffic in the same, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction, be imprisoned for a term not exceeding one year in a county jail. SEC. 3. Every person who shall deliver
Page 32 - Each local Society shall have the privilege of sending to the Association one delegate for every ten of its regular resident members, and one for every additional fraction of more than half that number. " The faculty of every regularly organized Medical College or chartered school of Medicine shall have the privilege of sending two delegates. The professional staff of every chartered or municipal
Page 32 - hundred inmates or more, shall have the privilege of sending two delegates ; and every other permanently organized medical institution of good standing shall have the privilege of sending one delegate." " Delegates representing the medical staff of the United States Army and Navy shall be appointed by the chief of the Army and Navy Medical Bureaux. The number of delegates so appointed shall be
Page 369 - one detained for debt, or as a witness, or on suspicion of crime, or of any traveller, nor of any person who shall have expressed a desire in his or her last sickness that his or her body may be interred, shall be delivered or received as aforesaid, but
Page 294 - The resolutions, on motion of Dr. Johnson, were adopted. Dr. Mcllvaine, of Ohio, offered the following resolution : Resolved, That in the opinion of this Association, the practice of professors reading lectures to their classes, no matter with how much care selected from the musty records of antiquity, is a miserable
Page 368 - 1. It shall be lawful in cities whose population exceeds thirty thousand inhabitants, to deliver to the professors and teachers in medical colleges and schools in this State, and for said professors and teachers to receive the remains or body of any deceased person, for the purpose of medical and surgical study: provided that

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