London Journal of Medicine: A Monthly Record of the Medical Sciences. V. 1-4 (no. 1-46); Jan. 1849-Oct. 1852, Tom 1

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Taylor, Walton, & Maberly, 1849
 

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Strona 354 - Power we may conceive the existence of such ministers, and personify them by the term nature, we learn from the past history of our globe that she has advanced with slow and stately steps, guided by the archetypal light, amidst the wreck of worlds, from the first embodiment of the vertebrate idea under its old Ichthyic vestment, until it became arrayed in the glorious garb of the human form...
Strona 611 - Between the brain and the muscles there is a circle of nerves; one nerve conveys the influence from the brain to the muscle, another gives the sense of the condition of the muscle to the brain.
Strona 174 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN. Illustrated by Cases derived from Hospital and Private Practice. Third American, from the Third and revised London edition.
Strona 354 - The Archetypal idea was manifested in the flesh, under divers modifications, upon this planet, long prior to the existence of those animal species that actually exemplify it.
Strona 194 - ... with whey in cask, so that you can make a lemonade, or rather give to the quantity of three or four ounces of their juice in whey, you will, without other assistance cure this dreadful evil.
Strona 179 - Life, as Life, supposes a positive or universal principle in Nature, with a negative principle in every particular animal, the latter, or limitative power, constantly acting to individualize, and, as it were, figure the former. Thus, then, Life itself is not a thing — a self- sub sistent hypostasis — but an act and process...
Strona 347 - Dr. Simpson's first perception was mental — 'This is far stronger and better than ether,' said he to himself. His second was, to note that he was prostrate on the floor, and that among the friends about him there was both confusion and alarm.
Strona 199 - She had been under my care", he says, " for several months, and the sores were much improved ; but they were nevertheless very far from being healed. The diseased skin had the appearance of being worm-eaten, its hollows were filled with pus, which burrowed under the surface, and it was moreover thickened and congested. By the constitutional treatment which I had pursued, I had, to a great measure, corrected the pyogenic...
Strona 347 - Keith having come to an arrangement with the table and its contents, the sederunt was resumed. Each expressed himself delighted with this new agent; and its inhalation was repeated many times that night — one of the ladies gallantly taking her place and turn at the table — until the supply of chloroform was fairly exhausted.
Strona 463 - We may, with equal or even greater justice, say that the uterus is to the Race what the heart is to the Individual : it is the organ of circulation to the species.

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