The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, 第 5 卷

A. Finley, 1815


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第 446 頁 - The various attempts which have been made to procure accurate information respecting the functions that belong to individual portions of the human brain, having been attended with very little success, it has occurred to me that, were anatomical surgeons to collect in one view all the appearances they * Philosophical Transactions for the year 1814.
第 25 頁 - Transactions of a Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chirurgical Knowledge.
第 166 頁 - ... in the hip, and was very feverish. These symptoms continued; she became delirious, and she died, just a week from the time of the accident. On inspecting the body, on the following day, the viscera of the thorax and abdomen were found in a perfectly healthy state. The...
第 380 頁 - York, where he raised a regimen t of dragoons, obtained the provincial rank of lieutenant-colonel, and became entitled to halfpay. Soon after his return to England, in 1784, his majesty was pleased to confer on him the honour of knighthood. In the same year Sir Benjamin Thompson made a tour upon...
第 385 頁 - ... be applied every two years as a premium to the author of the most important discovery or useful improvement which shall be made known to the public in any part of Europe, during . the preceding two years, on heat or...
第 386 頁 - On the construction of Kitchen Fire-places, and Kitchen Utensils, together with remarks and „observations relating to the various processes of cookery, and proposals for improving that most useful art.
第 343 頁 - B was connected with one of the gold leaves, and the other outer plate with the other leaf. The outer plates B and C were adjusted at the distance of an inch and a quarter from the middle plate A, and the gold leaves were fixed at two inches apart; A was then slightly charged with electricity, and the plates B and C, with their gold leaves, thrown out of insulation at the same time, and then left insulated. In this state of things A was charged positive inductrically...
第 382 頁 - I had seen for years as beggars in the streets ; young women, perhaps the unhappy victims of seduction, who, having lost their reputation, and being turned adrift in the world, without a friend and without a home, were reduced to the necessity of begging to sustain a miserable existence, now...
第 122 頁 - The Morbid Anatomy of the Brain, in Mania and Hydrophobia; with the Pathology of these two...
第 166 頁 - In the evening she went to a dance; but while there, was seized with a rigor, was carried home, and put to bed. Next morning she was much indisposed, and complained of pain in the thigh and knee. On the following day she had pain in the hip, and was very feverish. These symptoms continued \ she became delirious, and she died just a week from the time of the accident.