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Seite 41 - who may approve of sarcastic wit, the passage to which we have alluded. Au peu d'esprit que le bon homme avait L'esprit d'autrui par supplément servait, II compilait, compilait, compilait ; On le voyait sans cesse écrire, écrire Ce qu'il avait jadis entendu dire, Et nous lassait sans jamais se lasser.
Seite 330 - SPINAL NERVES. By Joseph Swan. Price Four Guineas. Longman's, London, 1834. II. A SERIES OF ANATOMICAL PLATES, IN LITHOGRAPHY, WITH REFERENCES AND PHYSIOLOGICAL COMMENTS, ILLUSTRATING THE STRUCTURE OF THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY. Edited by Jones Quain, MD Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the University of London.
Seite 310 - in all vertebrated animals, in all of which the lobules are arranged around the hepatic veins. Each lobule is composed of a plexus of biliary ducts, of a venous plexus formed by branches of the portal vein, of a branch of an hepatic vein, and of minute arteries. Nerves and absorbents must be presumed to enter them.
Seite 51 - short time; he usually travelled in the stage coach to the place of her abode ; the last journey he took from her was the last of his life. Anxiously expecting his return, she went to meet the vehicle. An old friend announced to her the death of her lover. She uttered an involuntary
Seite 187 - of examination from either of the aforesaid Royal Colleges, shall be admitted towards the qualification for Surgeon, unless the Diploma or Certificate shall be obtained on an examination passed after a period of not less than three years from the date of the Party's admission into the Service ; and whenever Assistant Surgeons already in the Service (whose professional
Seite 307 - contained in them, and a web in which the smaller vessels ramify ; which enters the interlobular fissures, and, with the vessels, forms the capsules of the lobules ; and which finally enters the lobules, and, with the blood-vessels, expands itself over the secreting biliary ducts. Hence arises a natural division of the capsule into three
Seite 394 - per day. The range which each girl had to move over along her spindles, or the length of the pass, was about twenty-two feet. It is quite impossible to give an adequate notion of the quickness and dexterity with which these girls joined their broken ends of threads ; shifted the pirns ; screwed and unscrewed the flies,
Seite 121 - if a male, to be once, twice, or thrice publicly or privately whipped, if the court shall so think fit, in addition to such imprisonment.
Seite 392 - see even one case of distortion or narrow pelvis. Many of the girls were beautifully formed, who had been from ten years to maturity in the mill. The branches of manufactory least healthful are the carding and heckling departments. No death has occurred among the
Seite 187 - to : and further, that previously to the admission of Assistant Surgeons into the Navy, it will be required that they produce proof of having received a classical education, and that they possess in particular a competent knowledge of Latin ; also That they have served an Apprenticeship, or