London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 27


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Seite 325 - Report shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within Six Weeks after the Receipt of the same by such Principal Secretary of State if Parliament be then sitting, or if Parliament be not sitting then within Six Weeks after the next Meeting thereof.
Seite 239 - ... run behind a sail for shelter, and the wind changes, so that it still blows upon you — you are driven to the cabin, but the ladder is removed, or the door locked. Presently you are on shore, in a house with all the windows open, and endeavour to shut them in vain ; or, seeing a smith's forge, you are attracted by the fire, and suddenly a hundred bellows play upon it, and extinguish it in an instant, but fill the whole smithy with their blast, till you are as cold as on the road.
Seite 195 - He, therefore, conjured the company to keep moving, whatever pain it might cost them, and whatever relief they might be promised by an inclination to rest. ' Whoever sits down,' said he, ' will sleep; and whoever sleeps, will wake no more.
Seite 388 - To the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland m Parliament assembled.
Seite 195 - I sent for them into my cabin, they looked wild, and spoke thick and indistinctly, and it was impossible to draw from them a rational answer to any of our questions. After being on board for a short time, the mental faculties appeared gradually to return with the returning circulation ; and it was not till then that a lookeron could easily persuade himself that they had not been drinking too freely.
Seite 514 - Her complexion, said the doctor, " was compounded of the rose and the violet. Under a course of mercury she was blanched, in six weeks, as white as a lily.
Seite 195 - Soon after, some of the people who had been sent forward returned, with the welcome news that a fire was kindled about a quarter of a mile farther on the way. Mr Banks then endeavoured to wake Dr Solander, and happily succeeded : But, though he had not slept five minutes, he had almost lost the use of his limbs, and the muscles were so shrunk that his shoes fell from his feet; he consented to go forward with such assistance as could be given him, but no attempts to relieve poor Richmond were successful.
Seite 194 - With the thermometer," says Captain Parry, " at —55°," (a most fearful degree of cold you will observe, 55° below zero, ie, 87° below the freezing point), " with the thermometer at -55°, and no wind stirring, the hands may remain uncovered for ten minutes or a quarter of an hour without inconvenience ; while with a fresh breeze, and the thermometer nearly as high as zero, few people can keep them exposed so long without considerable pain.
Seite 7 - The lecturer must not be the ant, collecting all things indiscriminately from all quarters, as provender for his discourses; nor the spider, seeking no materials abroad, but spinning his web of speculative doctrine from within himself; but rather the bee, extracting crude honey from various flowers, storing it up in the recesses of his brain, and submitting it to the operation of his internal faculties, until it be matured, and ready for use.
Seite 6 - Cicero remarks, that not to know what has been transacted in former times, is to continue always a child. If no use is made of the labours of past ages, the world must remain always in the infancy of knowledge.

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