The Medical and Physical Journal, Band 37

R. Phillips, 1817

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Seite 380 - Johnson's very striking picture of it, viz. " that it is a melancholy attendance on misery, a mean submission to peevishness, and a continual interruption to pleasure.
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Seite 367 - Cambridge, where, from the time of his admission, he distinguished himself by close application to study, residing constantly, until made a scholar in May 1757. He became engaged with private pupils in "November following, and took the degree of BA (with superior credit, being second Wrangler,) in January 1759.
Seite 170 - A Narrative of a Journey to London in 1814, or a Parallel of the English and French Surgery : preceded by some Observations on the London Hospitals.
Seite 292 - The various attempts which have been made to procure accurate information respecting the functions that belong to individual portions of the human brain, having been attended with very little success, it has occurred to me that, were anatomical surgeons to collect in one view all the appearances they had met with, in cases of injury to that organ, and the effects that such injuries produced upon its functions, a body of evidence might be formed that would materially advance this highly important...
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