The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 2

J. & A. Churchill, 1879

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Pagina 44 - Provost and Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania.
Pagina 282 - The Degree of Doctor of Medicine may be conferred by the University of St Andrews on any registered Medical Practitioner above the age of forty years, whose professional position and experience are such as, in the estimation of the University, to entitle him to that Degree, and who shall, on examination, satisfy the Medical Examiners of the sufficiency of his professional knowledge : Provided always, that Degrees shall not be conferred under this section on a greater number than ten in any one year.
Pagina 285 - Britain are those of bachelor of medicine, (MB,) master in surgery, (CM,) and doctor of medicine, (MD...
Pagina 283 - Midwifery of three, months each being reckoned equivalent to a six months' course, provided different departments of Obstetric Medicine be taught in each of the courses}, General Pathology (or, in schools where there is no such course, a three months...
Pagina 32 - habitual drunkard" means a person who, not being amenable to any jurisdiction in lunacy is notwithstanding by reason of habitual intemperate drinking of intoxicating liquor, at times dangerous to himself or herself or to others, or incapable of managing himself or herself and his or her affairs.
Pagina 189 - I see gouts and dropsies, fevers and lethargies, with other innumerable distempers lying in ambuscade among the dishes. Nature delights in the most plain and, simple diet. Every animal, but man, keeps to one dish. Herbs are the food of this species, fish of that, and flesh of a third. Man falls upon everything that comes in his way ; not the smallest fruit or excrescence of the earth, scarce a berry or a mushroom can escape him.
Pagina 226 - We are thus led to the conception of an essential unity in the two great kingdoms of organic nature — a structural unity, in the fact that every living being has protoplasm as the essential matter of every living element of its structure...
Pagina 227 - The essential phenomena of living beings are not so widely separated from the phenomena of lifeless matter as to render it impossible to recognize an analogy between them ; for even irritability, the one grand character of all living beings, is not more difficult to be conceived of as a property of matter than the physical phenomena of radial energy. It is quite true that between lifeless and living matter there is a vast difference, a difference greater far than any which can be found between the...
Pagina 120 - ... Guardian, throws light on a question which is not only of great interest in itself, but which has been brought into prominence through the controversies excited by Macaulay's famous picture of the clergy of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Last comes what is by general consent acknowledged to be one of the most valuable contributions ever made to the literature of proverbs, Franklin's summary of the maxims in Poor Richard's Almanack. Our first excerpt is the preface to a work which is...
Pagina 138 - They believe that alcohol, in whatever form, should be prescribed with as much care as any powerful drug, and that the directions for its use should be so framed as not to be interpreted as a sanction for excess, or necessarily for the continuance of its use when the occasion is past.

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