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Page 249 - DISEASES OF THE HEART. Lectures on Subjects connected with Clinical Medicine; comprising Diseases of the Heart. By PM LATHAM, MD, Physician Extraordinary to the Queen ; and late Physciian to St.
Page 275 - 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 266 - That it shall be lawful for Her Majesty, with the advice of Her Privy Council, to...
Page 214 - Academy especially for having prepared the great worky and for having been the great rallying point, the centre, and the prime mover of the liberty of thought. " One only of the guests had not taken part in all the joyousness of this conversation, and had even gently and cheerfully checked our splendid enthusiasm. This was Cazotte, an amiable and original man, but unhappily infatuated with the reveries of the illuminati. He spoke, and with the most serious tone. 'Gentlemen,' said he, 'be satisfied...
Page 267 - Council shall be decided by the Votes of the Majority of the Members present at any Meeting, the whole Number present...
Page 217 - I have also seen the son of M. Cazotte, who assured me that his father was gifted in a most remarkable manner, with a faculty of pre-vision, of which he had numberless proofs ; one of the most remarkable of which was, that on returning home on the day on which his daughter had succeeded in delivering him from the hands of the wretches who were conducting him to the scaffold, instead of partaking the joy of his surrounding family, he declared that in three days he should be again arrested, and that...
Page 270 - And be it enacted, that after the passing of this Act it shall not be lawful for any person, not being the proprietor of the copyright, or some person...
Page 215 - They looked at each other, and laughed again. ' You, Monsieur Vicq d'Azir, you will not open your own veins, but you will cause yourself to be bled, six times in one day, during a paroxysm of the gout, in order to make more sure of your end, and you will die in the night. You, Monsieur de Nicolai, you will die upon the scaffold ; — you, M. Bailly, on the scaffold ; — you, Monsieur de Malesherbes, on the scaffold.
Page 214 - We concluded that the revolution must soon be consummated, — that it was indispensable that superstition and fanaticism should give place to philosophy, and we began to calculate the probability of the period when this should be, and which of the present company should live to see the reign of reason.