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Seite 503 - For one believeth that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth herbs. Let not him that eateth despise him that eateth not; and let not him which eateth not judge him that eateth: for God hath received him.
Seite 113 - Scarborough's sayings that he had, towards his latter end, a preparation of opium, and I know not what, which he kept in his study to take, if occasion should serve, to putt him out of his paine, and which Sir Charles promised to give him : this I believe to be true ; but do not at all believe that he really did give it him. The palsey did give him an easie passeport.
Seite 119 - That there is no material difference between venous and arterial blood in respect to specific caloric, excepting what arises from difference of specific gravity; that the temperature of arterial blood is higher than that of venous; and the temperature of the left side of the heart, than that of the right; and lastly, that the temperature of parts diminishes as the distance of the parts from the heart increases—are the general results of the preceding experiments.
Seite 310 - Attorney - general stated the case for the Crown, adverting to the system of riot, fireraising, and breaking of machinery which had spread destruction through so many counties, in the end of the last, and the beginning of the present year. It was at this particular time, when special commissions were issued for the investigation of crimes of this description, that the defendant published the number of the Weekly Political Register, on which the indictment was founded. The...
Seite 395 - plague of frogs," the " plague of lice," the " plague of flies," the "murrain, boils, and blains," prevail, so. that the whole country is " corrupted," and "the dust of the earth becomes lice, upon man and upon beast, throughout the land of Egypt.
Seite 109 - He had made dissections of frogs, toads, and a number of other animals, and had curious observations on them ; which papers, together with his goods, in his lodgings at Whitehall, were plundered at the beginning of the rebellion...
Seite 168 - Delineations of the Cutaneous Diseases, comprised in the Classification of the late Dr Willan; being a republication of the greater part of the Engravings of that author, in an improved state; together with a New Series, which will comprehend the Remainder of the System.
Seite 119 - Crawford's hypothesis; the essence of which is, that the capacity of arterial blood for heat is greater than that of venous, that there is no difference of temperature between the two ventricles of the heart, and, in fact, that the heat of all parts is nearly the same. They are more agreeable to, and indeed they even support, the hypothesis of Dr. Black, that animal heat is produced in the lungs, and distributed over the whole system by means of the arterial blood.