The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 43

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J. Souter, 1820 - Medicine
 

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Page 90 - Majesty's subject; that then and in every such case, the person or persons so offending, their counsellors, aiders and abettors, (knowing of, and privy to the ofience, as aforesaid, ) shall be and are hereby declared to be felons, and shall suffer death, as in cases of felony, without benefit of clergy.
Page 90 - ... that then and in every such case, the person " or persons so offending, their counsellors, aiders, and abettors, " knowing of and privy to such offence, shall be and are hereby
Page 90 - whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously administer to or cause to be administered to or taken by any other person any poison or other destructive or noxious thing, so as thereby to endanger the life of such person, or so as thereby to inflict upon such person any grievous bodily harm, shall be guilty of felony...
Page 437 - ... therefore drawn, that alcohol must necessarily exist in wine, in a far different condition from that in which we know it in a separate state, or, in other words, that its elements only could exist in the vinous liquor, and that their union was determined, and, consequently, alcohol produced by the action of distillation. That it was the product and not the educt of distillation, was an opinion which originated with Rouelle, who asserted that alcohol was not completely formed until the temperature...
Page 108 - ... Contemporary with the last symptoms, or very soon afterwards, ulcers appear at the inside of the joints of the toes and fingers, directly under the last joint of the metatarsal or metacarpal bones, or they corrode the thick sole under the joint of the os calcis, or os cuboides. There is no previous tumour, suppuration, or pain, but apparently a simple absorption of the integuments, which slough off in successive layers of half an inch in diameter. A sanious discharge comes on ; the muscle pale...
Page 360 - Thus the lungs of a fox must be a specific for asthma, because that animal is remarkable for its strong powers of respiration. Turmeric has a brilliant yellow colour, which indicates that it has the power of curing the jaundice; for the same reason, * Pkarmacoloffia, ut supra, pp.
Page 364 - By combining the basis with substances of a different nature, and which do not exert any chemical influence upon it, but are found by experience to be capable of rendering the stomach or system, or any particular organ, more susceptible of its action.
Page 268 - Boil them to a proper thickness, then add a quarter of a pound of sugar, and two spoonsful of yeast. Set the whole in a warm place near the fire, for six or eight weeks, then place it in the open air until it becomes a syrup ; lastly, decant, filter, and bottle it up, adding a little sugar to each bottle.
Page 89 - It was anciently holden that the causing of an abortion by giving a potion to, or striking a woman big with child, was murder; but at this day it is said to be a great misprision only, and not murder, unless the child be born alive, and die thereof: 1 Hawk., b.
Page 88 - We are dragged along, with one infant at the breast, and another in a basket. They return in the evening without any burden ; we return with the burden of our children ; and, though tired with a long march, are not permitted to sleep, but must labour the whole night in grinding maize to make chica for them.

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