Transactions of the Medical Society of New Jersey

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Página 31 - For of the most High cometh healing, and he shall receive honour of the king. The skill of the physician shall lift up his head : and in the sight of great men he shall be in admiration.
Página 45 - Three faces wears the doctor ; when first sought, An angel's— and a god's the cure half wrought ; But when that cure complete, he seeks his fee. The devil looks less terrible than he.
Página 49 - When the devil was sick, the devil a monk would be, When the devil was well, the devil a monk was he.
Página 36 - We blush, while we record the fact, that in this country, in our cities and towns, in this city, where literature, science, morality, and Christianity are supposed to have so much influence ; where all the domestic and social virtues are reported as being in full and delightful exercise ; even here individuals, male and female, exist, who are continually imbruing their hands and consciences in the blood of unborn infants...
Página 32 - I congratulate yon upon the manner in which you have conducted your proceedings. It is questionable whether there ever was a deliberative body of such magnitude in which there was so little discord, or so little said and done of an objectionable character; harmony, cordial and complete, prevailed from the beginning to the end. There was indeed not one word uttered that any one, even the most fastidious, might wish to recall ; a circumstance the more surprising when it is recollected that men in the...
Página 81 - York, as their medical department, under the name of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York.
Página 195 - ... decided medicinal value; that compared with ordinary cod liver oil, it appears to take effect more rapidly; and that it obviates the very common necessity of adding extemporaneously to the oil, medicines containing iodine or iron, particularly the syrup of the iodide of iron.
Página 45 - Bouvart. On entering one morning the chamber of a French Marquis, whom he had attended through a very dangerous illness, he was accosted by his noble patient in the following terms : " Good day to you, Mr. Bouvart. I feel quite in spirits and think my fever has left me.
Página 195 - Fougera's cod liver oil are, that by reason of the addition of iodine, bromine, and phosphorus, it is more efficacious, and at the same time the stomach need not be disordered by an excessive amount of oil administered. This oil was given to about eighty patients, about thirty of whom were children, the remainder belonging chiefly to the department of chest diseases.
Página 139 - We must all die, All leave ourselves ; it matters not where, when, Nor how, so we die well...

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