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(W. clowes and sons, 1855)
Advertisement. the fallowing edition of the miscellaneous scientific works' of dr. young contains all his contributions to the transactions of the royal society ; the principal articles prepared for the sup-. plement ...
(Mrs. cooper, 1760)
A narrative of the effects of a medicine, newly discovered, by mr. keyser, a german chymist in paris, that cures the venereal disease in its most inveterate and malignant state, without salivation or strict regimen, as is ...
Editor’s preface, there has been no english physician—perhaps it may be said none of any country—since the time of harvey, who has effected not only so great an advance in the knowledge of particular diseases, but also ...
(F. humphrey & co, 1865)
A warning- to young and old. in which is shown, in the medical practice €f the author, how body and mind are destroyed " by evil habits , resulting in epilepsy,; . consumption, idiocy and insanity.
(Joseph johnson, 1807)
Preface. tmefirstpmlqf.this vohune,çousistingroftlrethaíliematic|i éléments of natural philosophy, is in part reprinted from thé syllabus ofthe lectures, but considerable additions baye , been made to it, both of ...
(Jo. martyn and ja. allestry, 1665)
Now i am safely arriv'd here, and retir'd from the noise and importunity of publick business, i have a little leasure to consider the civilities i received from at you llondon, and thank you for them...
(Martin and m'dowall, 1787)
The several departments of human knowledge have in all ages and countries undergone a strange, but uniform fate; in their outlet, wide deviation from truth, and in the result of their progress, accumulation of error.
(Macmillan and co., 1869)
Preface - tins idea* of investigating the subject of hereditary genius occurred to me during the course of a purely ethnological inquiry, into the mental peculiarities of different faces; when the fact, that characteristics ...
Manual of practical hygiene