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Seite 134 - Jlow therefrom. — A Word of Caution. I HAVE endeavored, as much as possible, to compress these observations into a small compass, and at the same time to give the reader a general idea of the nature of the country, and of the pursuits and character of its people, in most respects so different from our own. It would be unjust to the Brazilians to pretend that an acquaintance with a comparatively small part of their vast empire can enable any one to form a correct opinion of the whole. No one, who...
Seite 357 - ... Coffee ! thou dispellest the cares of the great ; thou bringest back those who wander from the paths of knowledge. Coffee is the beverage of the people of God, and the cordial of his servants who thirst for wisdom. When coffee is infused into the bowl, it exhales the odor of musk, and is of the color of ink.
Seite 292 - A Dictionary of Practical Medicine : Comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases, Morbid Structures, and the Disorders especially...
Seite 259 - SIR, -I have had the honour to receive your letter of the 22nd instant, in which you intimate to me your intention of violating the law.
Seite 357 - Every care vanishes when the cup-bearer presents the delicious chalice. It will circulate fleetly through thy veins, and will not rankle there : if thou doubtest this, contemplate the youth and beauty of those who drink it. Grief cannot exist where it grows ; sorrow humbles itself in obedience before its powers. " Coffee is the drink of God's people ; in it is health. Let this be the answer to those who doubt its qualities. In it will we drown our adversities, and in its fire consume our sorrows.
Seite 357 - Coffee is even as innocent a drink as the purest milk, from which it is only distinguished by its color. Tarry with thy coffee in the place of its preparation, and the good God will hover over thee and participate in his feast. There the graces of the saloon, the luxury of life, the society of friends, all furnish a picture of the abode of happiness. " Every care vanishes when the cup bearer presents thee the delicious chalice.
Seite 413 - ... to the left from the origin of the left subclavian artery, at the junction of the transverse with the descending portion of the aorta, downward to a distance of 10 cm.
Seite 357 - O Coffee! thou dispellest the cares of the great; thou bringest back those who wander from the paths of knowledge. Coffee is the beverage of the people of God and the cordial of His servants who thirst for wisdom. When coffee is infused into the bowl it exhales the odor of musk and is of the color of ink. The truth is not known except to the wise who drink it from the foaming coffeecup. God has deprived fools of coffee, who, with invincible obstinacy condemn it as injurious.
Seite 338 - ... with the ligature, deducible from the experience of those who have had the largest opportunities of forming a judgment on such a matter ? The following quotation from the writings of Sir B. Brodie must commend itself to everyone by its plain common sense and sound judgment. He says : — "I conceive this is not only one of the most effectual, but one of the safest operations in surgery.
Seite 191 - ... recovery ; and he added that he had that morning seen him for the last time. I remember that in the middle of this history there came a knock at the door, on which Dr. Pearson said, 'Here is a messenger with an account of my poor friend's death.