An appeal to the medical profession, on the utility of the improved patent syringe, with directions for its several uses, Volume 9

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Page 372 - AH students, in London, are required personally to register the several classes for which they have taken tickets, and those only will be considered as complying with the regulations of the Court, whose names and classes in the register correspond with their schedules. Tickets of admission to lectures and medical practice must be registered in the months of October and May; but no ticket will be registered unless it be dated within...
Page 471 - An introduction to the natural system of botany; or, a systematic view of the organisation, natural affinities, and geographical distribution, of the whole vegetable kingdom; together with the uses of the most important species in medicine, the arts, and rural or domestic economy.
Page 355 - ... appears to be a reservoir for the superabundant serum, lymph globules, soluble mucus, and colouring matter, carried into the circulation immediately after the process of digestion is completed.
Page 377 - For many fortunate discoveries in medicine, and for the detection of numerous errors, the world is indebted to the rapid circulation of Monthly Journals ; and there never existed any work to which the Faculty in EUROPE and AMEKICA were under deeper obligations than to the Medical and Physical Journal of London, now forming a long, but an invaluable, series."— RUSH.
Page 373 - Candidates are required to attend at a quarter before four o'clock. The Act directs the following sums to be paid for certificates. For London, and within ten miles thereof, ten guineas. For all other parts of England and Wales, six guineas. Persons having paid the latter sum become entitled to practise in London, and within ten miles...
Page 362 - ... day, and died in the evening. The body was examined the following day. The uterus was contracted, but its mouth was dragged down as low as the external orifice by a tumour, which grew from it by a broad base. It was attached to the posterior part of the mouth of the womb, and some way up the neck was of a livid colour, and weighed three pounds fifteen ounces. The patient had borne her last child before easily and naturally, but some time before her present pregnancy she looked as large as if...
Page 429 - John Francis, and Robert Yaxley, that they, and all men of the same faculty of and in the city of London, should be in fact and name one body and perpetual community or college; and that the same community or college might yearly and for ever elect and make some prudent man of that community expert in the faculty of medicine, president of the same college or community, to supervise, observe, and govern for that year the said college or community, and all men of the same faculty, and their affairs,...
Page 275 - The English Hippocrates, Sydenham, used to say: "I have thought it a greater happiness to discover a certain method of curing the slightest disease, than to accumulate the largest fortune." And the illustrious Dr. Fothergill once said : "My only wish was to do what little business might fall to my share as well as possible, and to banish all thoughts of practicing physic as a money-getting trade, with the same solicitude as I would the suggestions of vice or intemperance.
Page 143 - Synopsis of the British Flora arranged according to the Natural Orders; containing Vasculares or Flowering Plants.
Page 183 - Company could further assist the Society. He said they had resolved to require certificates of attendance on two courses of lectures on midwifery and the diseases of women and children from each candidate.

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