The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 22

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Medical Gazette Publishing Company, 1887

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Page 531 - General Cist, and others of the Federal side, and Senators Bate, Gibson, and Walthall, and others of the Confederate side. Captain Shipp then moved that a committee of seven be appointed by the chair to meet a like committee from the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, and the chairman of the local memorial committee, Adolph S. Ochs, for the purpose of agreeing upon a list of officers and a board of directors for the Chickamauga Memorial Association, which motion prevailed. The chairman appointed...
Page 592 - Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Society and that they be published in the Alumni Register.
Page 278 - ... that a drop of it given in a teaspoonful of water would endanger the life of such a child ; whereas if each dilutionbottle were shaken but twice (with two strokes of the arm), and prepared in this manner up to the decillionth attenuation, a sugar globule the size of a poppy-seed moistened with the last attenuation cures this terrible disease with this single dose without endangering the health of the child in the slightest degree.
Page 480 - Take litmus paper dipped in vinegar, and if, on immersion, the paper returns to its true shade, the water does not contain earthy matter or alkali. If a few drops of syrup be added to a water containing an earthy matter it will turn green . Test for Carbonic Acid.
Page 326 - ... as a sect, could be stricken from the record ? We may be a sect, striving in our own way for the advancement of the profession that we love so well — but we need not be a faction, obstructing others, defaming others, bringing reproach upon us all, and retarding general progress. We should be liberal, as our Institute is liberal — tolerating a variety of views upon various subjects. We surely may, as a body, lay just claim to being liberal. While united upon similia, we embrace some who are...

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