Medical Times, Band 4

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J. Angerstein Carfrae, 1841
 

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Seite 170 - If so the tyrant, or his minion, doom. Want, and incurable disease, (fell pair!) On hopeless multitudes remorseless seize At once, and make a refuge of the grave. How groaning hospitals eject their dead ! What numbers groan for sad admission there ! What numbers, once in fortune's lap high-fed, Solicit the cold hand of charity f To shock us more, solicit it in vain...
Seite 207 - Ill fares the land, to hastening ills a prey, Where wealth accumulates, and men decay: Princes and lords may flourish, or may fade; A breath can make them, as a breath has made: But a bold peasantry, their country's pride, When once destroyed, can never be supplied.
Seite 28 - University who are not of more than three years' standing from their first degree. 3. That the subject for the Essay shall be selected and the Prize adjudicated by the Vice-Chancellor and two other Members of the Senate, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor and approved by the Senate at the first Congregation in the month of May in each year.
Seite 28 - In case any one of the ex officio examiners for medical or surgical degrees be prevented by illness or other reasonable cause from taking part in such examinations, it shall be competent for him to appoint a Member of the Senate to examine in his stead, subject to the approbation of the Vice-Chancellor ; with the proviso that in the case of either the Regius Professor of Physic or the Downing Professor of Medicine appointing a deputy, such deputy shall be a Doctor of Medicine. Appointment and Salaries...
Seite 28 - Medicina is required to pass an Examination to the satisfaction of the Regius Professor of Physic, the Professor of Anatomy, the Downing Professor of Medicine, and a Doctor of Physic to be nominated by the...
Seite 95 - The above treatment was pursued until the 13th, when a sudden change for the better, in the character of the symptoms, took place. He felt himself all at once relieved, and was sensible of something having given way within him. On examining his motions next day, a very considerable quantity of purulent matter was discerned in them, and in those he passed for several days after, which sufficiently warranted the opinion that had been held of an abscess having formed in the liver. For ten or twelve...
Seite 57 - ... and such other like diseases ; and yet the said persons have not taken anything for their pains or cunning, but have ministered the same to poor people only, for neighbourhood and God's sake, and of pity and charity.
Seite 45 - ... that no person within the city of London, nor within seven miles of the same, take upon him to exercise or occupy as a physician or surgeon, except he be first examined, approved, and admitted by the bishop of London, or by the dean of St. Paul's for the time being, calling to him or them, four doctors of physic, and for surgery, other expert persons in that faculty...
Seite 57 - London, minding only their own lucres, and nothing the profit or ease of the diseased or patient, have sued, troubled, and vexed divers honest persons, as well men as women, whom God hath endued with the knowledge of the nature, kind, and operation of certain herbs, roots, and waters, and the using and ministering of them to such as been pained with customable diseases...
Seite 28 - Arts, are required to bring satisfactory evidence to the Regius Professor of Physic of their having been employed in the study of Physic for five years after they became Bachelors of Arts; and to produce to him Certificates of their having attended on Hospital practice for three of the said five years, and of their having attended Lectures on the subjects before mentioned.

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