the british journal of homceopathy

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Page 675 - Act, the date of the sale, the name and address of the purchaser, the name and quantity of the article sold, and the purpose for which it is stated by the purchaser to be required, to which entry the signature of the purchaser and of the person, if any, who introduced him shall be affixed...
Page 424 - Men of science do not pledge themselves to creeds ; they are bound by articles of no sort ; there is not a single belief that it is not a bounden duty with them to hold with a light hand and to part with it, cheerfully, the moment it is really proved to be contrary to any fact, great or small.
Page 167 - But o'er the twilight groves and dusky caves, Long-sounding aisles and intermingled graves, Black Melancholy sits, and round her throws A death-like silence, and a dread repose : Her gloomy presence saddens all the scene, Shades every flower, and darkens every green ; Deepens the murmur of the falling floods, And breathes a browner horror on the woods.
Page 675 - It shall be unlawful to sell any poison, either by wholesale or by retail, unless the box, bottle, vessel, wrapper, or cover in which such poison is contained, be distinctly labelled with the name of the article and the word poison...
Page 409 - Two hours after the first appearance of the symptoms " he was affected with an extreme desire to micturate, though he could pass only a few drops of perfectly colourless urine. From this time, till he lost consciousness, his desire to pass urine was constant ; whenever he could retire, he did so, but susceeded in expelling from the bladder, with considerable effort, only a few drops of colourless fluid.
Page 268 - Gairdner, one of our best writers on gout, who repudiates the notion that we should not consider a man as gouty unless he has suffered under a regular fit of the disease ; and states, moreover, his belief, that the gouty diathesis is often very perfectly developed in individuals ' who never see ' — he does not say who never feel — ' its local manifestations,' expressing, at the same time, his conviction, that the strumous is not more frequent than the gouty habit.
Page 675 - Act, to any person unknown to the seller, unless introduced by some person known to the seller ; and on every sale of any such article the seller shall, before delivery, make or cause to be made an entry in a book to be kept for that purpose, stating, in the form set forth in...
Page 276 - ... something to the mass of human comfort. In short, whether we argue upon Christian or unchristian grounds, it can be the interest of none but the worthless and the malignant to shut their eyes upon their own history, and sink down in death as a bullock drops under the knife of his executioner. Yet strange as it may appear, and inconsistent as it certainly is with his high pretensions, there are few things so rare as a dying infidel taking a deliberate retrospect of life. We say a deliberate retrospect;...
Page 63 - ... the open air, should be prescribed. When, however, there is no evidence of the operation of any debilitating cause, and the pulse is hard, the most efficient treatment consists in abstinence, venesection, and purgatives. In cases of a mixed nature, a mixture of the oil of turpentine and castor-oil, in free doses (2...
Page 456 - ... dried, it becomes in a short time cold, and at length much colder than the other (secondary action). A person heated by violent exercise (primary action) is afterwards affected with chilliness and shivering (secondary action). To one who was yesterday heated by drinking much wine (primary...

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