The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 90

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Fannin & Company, 1890

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Page 360 - A NEW MEDICAL DICTIONARY: Including all the words and phrases used in Medicine, with their proper Pronunciation and Definitions, based on Recent Medical Literature. By George M. Gould, BA, MD, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Philadelphia Hospital, etc.
Page 420 - tis the soul of peace : Of all the virtues, 'tis nearest kin to heaven ; It makes men look like gods. The best of men That e'er wore earth about him, was a sufferer; A soft, meek, patient, humble, tranquil spirit : The first true gentleman, that ever breathed.
Page 138 - Society, etc. Edited, with notes and additions, by AD Rockwell, AM, MD, Professor of Electro-Therapeutics in the New York PostGraduate Medical School and Hospital ; Fellow of the New York Academy ; Member of the American Neurological Association, of the NewYork Neurological Society, etc.
Page 542 - THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF PHILADELPHIA. —The College of Physicians of Philadelphia announces that the next award of the Alvarenga prize, being the income for one year of the bequest of the late...
Page 189 - All advertising of any medicines or of any means whereby the monthly periods of women can be regulated, or the menses reestablished if suppressed.
Page 32 - Majesty began first to touch for the evil ! according to custom, thus : his Majesty sitting under his state in the Banqueting-house, the chirurgeons cause the sick to be brought, or led, up to the throne, where they kneeling, the king strokes their faces, or cheeks with both his hands at once, at which instant a chaplain in his formalities says, " He put his hands upon them, and he healed them.
Page 61 - it is remarkable that all the diseases from drinking spirituous or fermented liquors are liable to become hereditary, even to the third generation, gradually increasing, if the cause be continued, till the family becomes extinct."* We need not endeavour to trace farther the remote causes of drunkenness.
Page 31 - ... the parish of Lismore, brought his son to my wife — who used to distribute medicines in charity to the neighbours — and my wife came and told me that I had now an opportunity of trying my impulse, for there was one at hand that had the evil grievously in the eyes, throat, and cheeks; whereupon I laid my hands on the places affected, and prayed to God, for Jesus
Page 207 - ... as I think the eye to be as docile as the ear, so neither see I any reason but the hand might be made as tractable an organ as the tongue, and as soon brought to form, if not fair, at least legible characters, as the tongue to imitate and echo back articulate sounds.

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