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Strana 284 - And should my youth, as youth is apt I know, Some harshness show, All vain asperities I day by day Would wear away, Till the smooth temper of my age should be Like the high leaves upon the Holly Tree.
Strana 153 - Act to contain available for the proper accommodation of the men who are to occupy it, and shall be securely constructed, properly lighted and ventilated, properly protected from weather and sea, and as far as practicable properly shut off and protected from effluvium which may be caused by cargo or bilge water.
Strana 238 - ... any other imperfection or disability that can interfere with the most efficient discharge of the duties of a medical officer in any climate.
Strana 238 - ... who shall have been found qualified for admission, and whose position on the list of successful competitors will...
Strana 239 - Assistant-Surgeons, and to see that they are answered without the assistance of books, notes, or communication with any other person. The answers are to be signed, and delivered sealed to the principal medical officer, who is to send them, unopened, to the...
Strana 202 - ... the grape from the grape, the thorn from the thorn, so surely does the typhoid virus increase and multiply into typhoid fever, the scarlatina virus into scarlatina, the small-pox virus into small-pox. What is the conclusion that suggests itself here ? It is this : — That the thing which we vaguely call a virus is to all intents and purposes a seed...
Strana 202 - From their respective viruses you may plant typhoid fever, scarlatina, or small-pox. What is the crop that arises from this husbandry ? As surely as a thistle rises from a thistle seed, as surely as the fig comes from the fig, the grape from the grape, the thorn from the thorn, so surely does the typhoid virus increase and multiply into typhoid fevor, the scarlatina virus into scarlatina, the small-pox virus into small-pox. What is the conclusion that suggests itself here? It is this :—That the...
Strana 274 - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons of Great Britain, nor with the making or dealing in patent medicines, nor with the business of wholesale dealers in supplying poisons in the ordinary course of wholesale dealing...
Strana 49 - Hon. Assoc. of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem) : THE SURGEON'S POCKET-BOOK : an Essay on the Best Treatment of the Wounded in War ; for which a Prize was awarded by Her Majesty the Empress of Germany. Specially adapted to the PUBLIC MEDICAL SERVICES. With 152 Illustrations, lomo, roan. Second Edition^ Revised and Enlarged^ 7/6. "Every Medical Officer is recommended to have the 'Surgeon's Pocket Book' by Surgeon-Major Porter, accessible to refresh his memory and fortify his judgment.
Strana 183 - ... was separated from the rest by the forceps. The doctor had at first meant to employ the portion of the finger merely as a substitute for the nasal bones and cartilages, and to lay over it flaps of skin from the face or arm in the usual manner, and to this plan he ultimately returned, although at one time he...

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