The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 7

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American Medical Union, 1859 - Homeopathy
 

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Page 1 - This story shall the good man teach his son; And Crispin Crispian shall ne'er go by, From this day to the ending of the world, But we in it shall be remembered...
Page 503 - A Treatise on Human Physiology : designed for the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine. By JOHN C. DALTON, MD, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York.
Page 124 - They shall have power to sue and be sued, and are hereby authorized to make such by-laws, rules and regulations, not contrary to the laws of the United States or...
Page 18 - each single part of the body, in respect of its nutrition, stands to the whole body in the relation of an excreted substance...
Page 300 - the eggs of former microscopic animals to float universally in the atmosphere, and pass through the sealed glass vial, is so contrary to apparent nature as to be totally incredible ! and, as the latter are viviparous, it is equally absurd to suppose that their parents float everywhere in the air, seeking an opportunity to leave their young in paste or vinegar.
Page 520 - It was also mentioned by another prophet as a special token of divine favor, that a little one should become a thousand, and a small one a strong nation.
Page 8 - ... treatment would furnish. Since the Medical Art assumed its present formal, bold, and complicated character, it is only in very rare or exceptional cases that the disease is left to Nature, or treated merely regiminally. On the contrary, the strongest and most effective powers of Art are usually employed for the very purpose of setting aside or counteracting or modifying, in some way or other, the powers of Nature. Generally speaking, we may even say that all the heroic arms of physic are invoked...
Page 399 - In the afternoon the committee for counting the votes, reported that the following gentlemen were elected officers of the society for the ensuing year...
Page 451 - Stuffed condition of the nostrils, which was soon followed by an open, moist condition, with great sensitiveness to the cold air, as if the base of the brain were laid bare, and every inhalation brought the cold air in contact with it. This is exactly similar to that produced by a sudden change of weather in winter, from cold and dry, to damp thawing, as by a south wind which melts the snow.
Page 9 - ... their place in the Materia Medica to an arbitrary decision. I could not conscientiously treat the unknown morbid conditions of my suffering brethren by these unknown medicines, which being very active substances, may (unless applied with the most rigorous exactness, which the physician...

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