Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, Volume 32

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Canadian Pharmaceutical Association., 1899 - Pharmacology
 

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Page 508 - He weren't no saint, — them engineers Is all pretty much alike, One wife in Natchez-under-the-Hill And another one here, in Pike; A keerless man in his talk was Jim, And an awkward hand in a row, But he never flunked, and he never lied, — I reckon he never knowed how. And this was all the religion he had, — To treat his engine well; Never be passed on the river To mind the pilot's bell...
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Page 508 - He weren't no saint, — but at jedgment I'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead-sure thing, — And went for it thar and then ; And Christ ain'ta going to be too hard On a man that died for men. JOHN HAY LITTLE BREECHES I DON'T go much on religion, I never ain't had no show ; But I've got a middlin...
Page 432 - Why, Sir, that may be true in cases where learning cannot possibly be of any use ; for instance, this boy rows us as well without learning, as if he could sing the song of Orpheus to the Argonauts, who were the first sailors.' He then called to the boy, 'What would you give, my lad, to know about the Argonauts ?' ' Sir, (said the boy,) I would give what I have.
Page 508 - Through the hot black breath of the burnin' boat Jim Bludso's voice was heard, And they all had trust in his cussedness And knowed he would keep his word. And, sure's you're born, they all got off Afore the smokestacks fell, And Bludso's ghost went up alone In the smoke of the Prairie Belle.
Page 508 - Through the hot, black breath of the burnin' boat • Jim Bludso's voice was heard, And they all had trust in his cussedness, And knowed he would keep his word. And...
Page 267 - TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable.
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Page 508 - And an awkward hand in a row, But he never flunked, and he never lied : I reckon he never knowed how. And this was all the religion he had — To treat his engine well, Never be passed on the river, To mind the pilot's bell ; And if ever the Prairie Belle took fire, A thousand times he swore He'd hold her nozzle agin the bank Till the last soul got ashore. All boats has their day on the Mississip, And her day come at last. The Movastar was a better boat, But the Belle she wouldn't be passed, And...
Page 294 - Messrs. Lea Brothers & Co. announce for publication in March, 1899, the first volume of "PROGRESSIVE MEDICINE," a new annual which will be issued in four handsome octavo, cloth bound and richly illustrated volumes of about 400 pages each. The several volumes will appear at intervals of three months. In this age of unusual progress, so rapid is the advance...

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