Medical Times, Tom 22

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J. Angerstein Carfrae, 1850

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Strona 239 - It may be truly affirmed to be of universal interest, and we strongly recommend it to our readers as a guide alike indispensable to the housewife as to the pharmaceutical practitioner.
Strona 214 - Queen has been graciously pleased to make and ordain a Special Statute of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, for the purpose of authorizing the admission into the Military Divisions of the second and third classes of the said Most Honourable Order of such Officers of the
Strona 63 - before a plea of insanity should be allowed, undoubted evidence ought to be adduced, that the accused was of diseased mind, and that, at the time he committed the act he was not
Strona 15 - in 1832, Dr. Prout had been, day by day, laboriously endeavouring to determine, with the .utmost nicety, the weight of a given quantity of air under precisely the same circumstances of temperature and pressure. On the 9th of February, 1832, the positive weight of the air suddenly appeared to rise above the usual standard.
Strona 46 - white and opaque. The outer surface of the stomach had a mottled appearance, from ramifications of dark purple vessels; the intestines looked paler than natural. The stomach felt hard and leathery, and contained an ounce and a half of a fluid resembling curds and whey. Its inner surface was corrugated, opaque, and tinged of a dark
Strona 64 - proved to have been perfectly well aware what he had done immediately afterwards, and in the interview which he had had since with one of the medical gentlemen he admitted that he knew perfectly well what he had done, and ascribed his conduct to some momentary uncontrollable impulse. The law
Strona 214 - of the East India Company's Service, to be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders of the said Order. And
Strona 302 - Bishop Berkely destroyed this world in one volume octavo, and nothing remained after his time but mind, which experienced a similar fate from the hands of Mr. Hume in
Strona 64 - for his own protection, he would be unpunishable for such an act, because it would appear that the act was done under the delusion that he could not protect himself in any other manner, and there the particular description of insanity conduced to the offence.
Strona 229 - this unfortunate accident deprived me of the pleasure of enjoying the fruits of my care ; but I remained convinced of the utility of the operation, and persuaded of the propriety and necessity of performing it in similar cases. I looked on my patient as cured, for I had no relapse to dread.

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