The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 15

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J. McCafferty, 1859
 

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Pagina 144 - The Science and Art of Surgery ; being a Treatise on Surgical Injuries, Diseases, and Operations. By JOHN ERIC ERICHSEN, Senior Surgeon to University College Hospital, and Holme Professor of Clinical Surgery in University College, London.
Pagina 72 - I give half-drop doses of the 3x tincture every two, three or four hours, according to the urgency of the symptoms...
Pagina 145 - I'VE often wish'd that I had clear For life six hundred pounds a year, A handsome house to lodge a friend, A river at my garden's end, A terrace-walk, and half a rood Of land set out to plant a wood. Well, now I have all this, and more, I ask not to increase my store ; But here a grievance seems to lie, All this is mine but till I die; I can't but think 'twould sound more clever, To me and to my heirs for ever.
Pagina 426 - We're twenty! We're twenty! Who says we are more ? He's tipsy, —young jackanapes ! —show him the door! " Gray temples at twenty?" — Yes! white if we please : Where the snow-flakes fall thickest there's nothing can freeze! Was it snowing I spoke of ? Excuse the mistake!
Pagina 375 - California, and the only part to which the name applies in the current language of the country. It is the occupied and inhabited part, and so different in character— so divided by the mountain wall of the sierra from the Great Basin above— as to constitute a region to itself, with a structure and configuration— a soil, climate, and productions— of its own; and as northern Persia may be referred to as some type of the former, so may Italy be referred to as some point of comparison for the...
Pagina 301 - Atlantic coast for a little while, they bring us air saturated with moisture from the Gulf Stream, and we complain of the sultry, oppressive, heavy atmosphere ; the invalid grows worse, and the well man feels ill, because, when he takes this atmosphere into his lungs, it is already so charged with moisture that it cannot take up and carry off...
Pagina 277 - ARTICLE II. OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY. The objects of this Society shall be the advancement of medical knowledge; the elevation of professional character; the protection of the professional interests of its members ; the extension of the bounds of medical science; and the promotion of all measures adapted to the relief of suffering, the improvement of the health,, and the protection of the lives of the community.
Pagina 277 - ... as custom and parliamentary usage may require. He shall be the real head of the profession of the State during his term of office...
Pagina 491 - ... this subject to the attention of the several Legislative Assemblies of the Union with the prayer that the laws by which the crime of procuring abortion is attempted to be controlled may be revised, and that such other action may be taken in the premises as they in their wisdom may deem necessary. Resolved, That the Association request the zealous co-operation of the various State Medical Societies in pressing the subject upon the Legislatures of their respective States, and that the President...
Pagina 377 - Summer and winter, in our sense of the terms, are not applicable to this part of the country. It is not heat and cold, but wet and dry, which mark the seasons ; and the winter months, instead of killing vegetation, revive it. The dry season makes a period of consecutive drought, the only winter in the vegetation of this country, which can hardly be said at any time to cease. In forests, where the soil is sheltered; in low lands of streams and hilly country, where the ground remains moist, grass continues...

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