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Pàgina 45 - intended to supply with respect to the English language a desideratum heretofore unsupplied in any language ; namely, a collection of the words it contains and of the idiomatic combinations peculiar to it, arranged not in alphabetical order as they are in a dictionary, but according to the ideas which they express. The purpose of an ordinary dictionary is simply to explain the
Pàgina 333 - of Geffray Chaucer, newly printed, with dyvers workes which were never in print before : as in the table more playnly dothe appere. Cum privilegio. Imprynted at London, by Thomas Petit, dwellyng in Paules churche yarde, at the sygne of the Maydens heed. 1540. Folio.
Pàgina 33 - and was engraved in mezzotinto by F. Bromley. Dr. Farre edited the works of his two friends, Dr. JFD Jones and Mr. Cunningham Saunders, viz. :— A Treatise on the Process employed by Nature in Suppressing the Haemorrhage from divided and punctured Arteries ; and on the Use of the Ligature with Observations on Secondary
Pàgina 208 - Dr. Macleod was the author of— On Rheumatism in its various forms, and on the Affections of Internal Organs, more especially the Heart and Brain, to which it gives rise. 8vo. Lond. 1842. HANANEL DE LEON, MD, a native of Jamaica and
Pàgina 39 - the latter, treating of Tic Douloureux, Sciatica, Headache, Ophthalmia, Toothache, Palsy, and other modes and consequences of this Generic Disease. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828. Remarks on the art of making Wine, with suggestions for the application of its Principle to the improvement of Domestic Wines. 12mo. Lond. 1816.
Pàgina 41 - publications of the time ; among others, to the Encyclopaedia Britannica and the Edinburgh Review. He died at Caskieben, Aberdeenshire, 16th September, 1863, aged eighty-three. He was the author of— A Sketch of the Revolutions of Medical Science, and Views relating to its Reform by PJG Cabanis, translated from the French. 8vo.
Pàgina 55 - afterwards, Auguste Fresnel, an eminent French mathematician, took up similar views, proved their truth and traced their consequences by a series of labours almost independent of Dr. Young. It was not till the theory was thus reechoed from another land that it was able to take any strong hold on the attention of the countrymen of its
Pàgina 333 - The Chronycle of Englonde with the Frute of Tymes. The Descripcyon of Englonde, Wayls, Scotland, and Irlond : speaking of the noblesse and worthynesse of the same. Enprynted in Fletestrete, in the syne of the Sonne, by me, Wynkyn de Worde, the yere of our lorde a MCCCCC and
Pàgina 185 - The History of the early and present state of the Venereal Disease Examined ; wherein it is shown that Mercury never was necessary for its cure, as well as the injurious consequences that result from its employment ; at the same time pointing out approved modes of treatment founded on its pathology.
Pàgina 59 - mon by all his friends, which expectation was more than realised in the progress of his future life. The multiplied objects which he pursued were carried to such an extent, that each might have been supposed to have exclusively occupied the full powers of his mind ; knowledge in the abstract, the most enlarged generalisations, and the most minute