Monthly Journal of Medical Science, Volume 20

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Sutherland & Knox, 1855
 

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Page 444 - ... of an act passed in the second and third years of the reign of Her present Majesty, intituled " An Act for regulating the Police Courts in the Metropolis...
Page 444 - If any registered Medical Practitioner shall be convicted in England or Ireland of any Felony or Misdemeanor, or in Scotland of any Crime or Offence, or shall after due Inquiry be judged by the General Council to have been guilty of infamous Conduct in any professional Respect...
Page 444 - Any Person who shall wilfully and falsely pretend to be or take or use the Name or Title of a Physician, Doctor of Medicine, Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Medicine, Surgeon, General Practitioner or Apothecary, or any Name, Title, Addition, or Description implying that he is registered under this Act...
Page 535 - A Manual of Botany : being an Introduction to the Study of the Structure, Physiology, and Classification of Plants.
Page 439 - That all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith be and the same are hereby repealed in so far as the same are inconsistent herewith.
Page 445 - An Act for making the Surgeons of London and the Barbers of London two separate and distinct Corporations...
Page 362 - ... of the basin of the Caspian Sea, or of the eastern, coast of Asia, nor are those of the eastern coast of America the same as those of the western. " The first fauna, the limits of which we would determine with precision, is the Arctic. It offers, as we have just seen, the same aspects in three parts of the world, which converge towards the North Pole. The uniform distribution of the animals by which it is inhabited forms its most striking character, and gives rise to a sameness of general features...
Page 232 - It certainly does not appear that the whole of the cerebrum and cerebellum enters into the constitution of the sensorium commune, which portions of the nervous system seem rather to be the instruments that the soul directly uses for performing its own actions, termed animal; but the sensorium commune, properly so called, seems not improbably to extend through the medulla oblongata, the crura of the cerebrum and cerebellum, also part of the thalami optici, and the whole of the medulla spinalis; in...
Page 442 - Register for the Time being, purporting to be so printed and published as aforesaid, shall be Evidence in all Courts and before all Justices of the Peace and others that the Persons therein specified are registered according to the Provisions of this Act...
Page 86 - Valuable as were his writings, each, when estimated with regard to the position of science at the time of its issue, an effective advance — his pupils were even more valuable. The greatest praise of a great professor is that which proclaims he has founded a school. And where else in the British Empire, except here, has there been for the last half century a school of Natural History...

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