Medical Times, Tom 19

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J. Angerstein Carfrae, 1849
 

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Strona 149 - ... lying prostrate on their sides, as is usually the case with dead birds, they have been found sitting with their heads erect and their eyes open, presenting all the semblance of life. This peculiarity, which for some time had attracted considerable attention among sportsmen in the neighbourhood, led to no practical result until about ten days ago, when a covey of ten birds having been found nestled together in this condition, two of the birds, together with the seeds taken from the crops of the...
Strona 73 - ... deep it may have been, is found to be on a level with that of the surrounding skin, not of course through any process of reproduction or filling up, but merely from the removal of interstitial effusion, allowing the integuments to descend from the position to which they had been elevated, as may be readily ascertained by measuring the circumference of the limb, before and after it has undergone the effect of blistering. But, along with this change of form, the ulcer in other respects no less...
Strona 120 - Saxons' brethren ; both alike belong to the Teutonic or German stock. Now, the importance of this stock is plain from this, that its intermixture with the Keltic and Roman races "at the fall of the Western empire, has changed the whole face of Europe. It is doubly remarkable, because the other elements of modern history are derived from the ancient world. If we consider the Roman empire in the fourth century of the Christian...
Strona 117 - The following gentlemen, having undergone the necessary examinations for the diploma, were admitted Members of the College at a meeting of the Court of Examiners on the 25th inst., •viz.: — Brodribb, Francis Benjamin, LSA, Upper Clapton, student of St.
Strona xii - OF CHEMISTRY ; Including the most Recent Discoveries and Applications of the Science to Medicine and Pharmacy, and to the Arts. By ROBERT KANE, MDMRIA, Professor of Natural Philosophy to the Royal Dublin Society.
Strona 120 - Germany, the Low Countries, Switzerland for the most part, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, and our own islands, are all in language, in blood, and in institutions, German most decidedly. But all South America is peopled with Spaniards and Portuguese, all North America and all Australia with Englishmen. I say nothing of the prospects and influence of the German race in Africa and in India : — it is enough to say that half of Europe, and all America and Australia, are German more or less completely,...
Strona 127 - Their appearance at different and often distant periods, without obvious cause for such irregularity — their direction to certain plants only — their settlement upon these in clusters and detached localities — the frequent suddenness of their change of place and final disappearance — are all circumstances of curious analogy...
Strona 149 - It is notorious that many of the dealers in game are supplied through the agency of poachers and others, who have a direct pecuniary interest in supplying them with the largest possible number of birds. It is certain, moreover, that if men of this sort were to find a covey of partridges in a field, dead, but fresh, and in good condition, they would not hesitate to send them, with the remainder of their booty, to the poulterer, who would as certainly, without suspicion, sell them to his customers.
Strona 149 - ... birds, and gave it, together with the liver, to a fine healthy cat. She ate it with avidity, but in about half an hour she began to vomit, and vomited almost incessantly for nearly twelve hours, during the whole of which time she evidently suffered excessive pain. After this, nothing would induce her to eat any more partridge. I kept her without food for twenty-four hours, but in vain ; she resolutely refused to touch an atom more of the bird. This being the case, I gave her some beef and some...
Strona 61 - That the examiners for the Natural Sciences Tripos be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Professor of Chemistry, the Professor of Anatomy, the Professor of Botany, the Woodwardian Professor of Geology...

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