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Seite 471 - These several Lectures are so arranged, that no two of them interfere in the hours of attendance; and the whole is calculated to form a complete course of medical and chirurgical instruction.
Seite 452 - That all laws and statutes in either kingdom, so far as they are contrary to, or inconsistent with the terms of these articles, or any of them, shall, from and after the Union, cease and become void, and shall be so declared to be, by the respective Parliaments of the kingdom.
Seite 469 - August 2d, the Senatus Academicus of the University of Edinburgh conferred the degree of Doctor in Medicine on the following Gentlemen, (117 in number,) after having gone through the appointed examinations, and publicly defended their inaugural dissertations .— Of Scotland.
Seite 453 - That a register shall be kept of all medical practitioners in the united kingdom ; and every person in future, entering upon the practice of any branch of the profession, shall pay a fine on admission, the amount and disposition of which is to be settled and specified hereafter.
Seite 418 - Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, &c.
Seite 194 - ... of other changes which the artery gradually undergoes. Its obliterated extremity no longer allowing the blood to circulate through it, the portion which lies between it and the first lateral branch is no more distended and excited to action as formerly ; but gradually contracts, till at length its cavity is completely obliterated, and its condensed tunics assume a ligamentous appearance.
Seite 475 - Dentition ; the Changes which take place during the second Dentition; and the Treatment to prevent and remedy Irregularities in the Arrangement of the Teeth : also, the History and Treatment of the Diseases of the Teeth, the Gums, and the Alveolar Processes, with the Operations which they respectively require : to which are added, Observations on other Diseases of the Mouth, and on the Mode of fixing Artificial Teeth, by Joseph Fox.
Seite 452 - That all the subjects of the United Kingdom of Great Britain shall from and after the Union have full freedom and intercourse of trade and navigation to and from any port or place within the said United Kingdom and the Dominions and Plantations thereunto belonging...
Seite 451 - That no person from henceforth be suffered to exercise or practise in physic, through England, until such time as he be examined at London by the said President, and three of the said Elects; and to have from the said President or Elects, letters testimonials of their approving and examination, except he be a Graduate of Oxford or Cambridge, which hath accomplished all things for his form without any grace.
Seite 166 - Tunis, when any person is stung by a scorpion, or bit by any other venomous reptile, they immediately scarify the part with a knife, and rub in olive oil as quick as possible, which arrests the progress of the venom. If oil is not applied in a few minutes, death is inevitable, particularly from the sting of a scorpion. Those in the kingdom of Tunis are the most venomous in the world.