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Page 15 - The courtier's, soldier's, scholar's, eye, tongue, sword; The expectancy and rose of the fair state, The glass of fashion and the mould of form, The observed of all observers, quite, quite down!
Page 2 - The Medical Language of St. Luke- : a Proof from Internal Evidence that "The Gospel according to St. Luke" and "The Acts of the Apostles" were written by the same Person, and that the writer was a Medical Man.
Page 86 - A MANUAL OF AUSCULTATION AND PERCUSSION; of the Physical Diagnosis of Diseases of the Lungs and Heart, and of Thoracic Aneurism.
Page 80 - ... (1734.) SEC. 43. Whenever any householder shall know that HnuM>iioi<ii-rę to any person within his family is taken sick with the small-pox, or Kiscasc": penalty any other disease dangerous to the public health...
Page 80 - The sections referred to are as follows : (1734.) SEC. 43. Whenever any householder shall know that any person within his family is taken sick with the small-pox, or any other disease dangerous to the public health...
Page 150 - In some, the slightest touch is sufficient to excite it; in others, chronic hypersemia or hypertrophy of the cavernous bodies seems to evoke it by constant irritation of the reflex centres, as occurs in similar conditions of other erectile organs, as, for example, the clitoris. (6). That this exaggerated or disordered functional activity of the area may possibly throw some light on the physiological destiny of the erectile bodies. Among other properties which they possess, may they not act as sentinels...
Page 3 - A HISTORY OF TUBERCULOSIS FROM THE TIME OF SYLVIUS TO THE PRESENT DAY, being in part a Translation, with Notes and Additions, from the German of DR.