Transactions of the Medical Society of Virginia, Volume 40,Bagian 1909

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Halaman 65 - THERE are men and classes of men that stand above the common herd : the soldier, the sailor and the shepherd not unfrequently ; the artist rarely ; rarelier still, the clergyman ; the physician almost as a rule.
Halaman 95 - I doubt, who knew thee keen In intellect, with force and skill To strive, to fashion, to fulfil— I doubt not what thou wouldst have been: A life in civic action warm, A soul on highest mission sent, A potent voice of Parliament, A pillar steadfast in the storm...
Halaman 65 - He is the flower (such as it is) of our civilization; and when that stage of man is done with, and only remembered to be marvelled at in history, he will be thought to have shared as little as any in the defects of the period, and most notably exhibited the virtues of the race.
Halaman 95 - WHO loves not Knowledge ? Who shall rail Against her beauty ? May she mix With men and prosper ! Who shall fix Her pillars ? Let her work prevail.
Halaman 91 - As good citizens, it is the duty of physicians to be ever vigilant for the welfare of the community, and to bear their part in sustaining its institutions and burdens...
Halaman 66 - The widespread and continued high rate of prevalence in our country as a whole of this thoroughly preventable disease is beginning to be justly considered a national disgrace. According to the Census Report for 1900, the average typhoid death rate for the United States was 46.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. This means that in the census year, which may be taken as an average, there were about 500 cases of typhoid fever with over forty-six deaths, among every 100,000 persons composing the American nation....
Halaman 42 - Fortune's curse ; — Better, in manhood's muscle and high blood, To leap the gulf, than totter to its edge In poverty, dull pain, and base decay. — Once more, I say, — are ye resolved...
Halaman 10 - Society reminds one of that little dried-up miniature of humanity, the prematurely senile infant, whose tabetic marasmus has added old age to infancy. Why should he go to the society and hear Dr. Jones on the gastric relations of neurasthenia when he can get it all so much better in the works of Einhorn or Ewald ? He is weary of seeing appendices, and there are no more pelvic viscera for demonstration.
Halaman 83 - For ten or eleven hours a day children of ten and eleven stoop over the chute and pick out the slate and other impurities from the coal as it moves past them. The air is black with coal dust, and the roar of the crushers, screens and rushing mill-race of coal is deafening. Sometimes one of the children falls into the machinery and is terribly mangled, or slips into the chute and is smothered to death. Many children are killed in this way. Many others, after...
Halaman 66 - Report for 1900, the average typhoid death rate for the United States was 46.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. This means that in the census year, which may be taken as an average, there were about 500 cases of typhoid fever with over forty-six deaths, among every 100,000 persons composing the American nation. The total number of deaths from typhoid fever recorded in the census year 1900 was 35,379, which gave typhoid fever fourth place on the mortality list.

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