BK OF TRAVELS OF A DR OF PHYSI

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Author: William Henry 1835-1917 Taylor

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 1361046082

Category: History

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The Book of Travels of a Doctor of Physic

THE BOOK OF TRAVELS OF A DOCTOR OF PHYSIC . CHAPTER I . Shows why
and when the Doctor went forth upon his Travels , and how he got as far as Cuba
- Of the Circumstances of his Disembarkation at the City of Havana , and an ...

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Author: William Henry Taylor

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ISBN: UCAL:$B745901

Category: Cuba

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Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal

The Book OF TRAVELS OF A Doctor of Physic : Containing his observations
made in certain portions of the two continents . Philadelphia : J . B . Lippincott &
Co . 1871 . San Francisco : A . L . Bancroft & Co . The very title of this book puts
you in ...

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International Text book of Medical Electro physics and Galvanism

This medical thunder - bolt ( electricity ) has passed through many vicissitudes ,
being at one time recognized and employed at the various hospitals , and then ...
The current is once more called into service to aid in the conquering of the many
maladies that physicians and surgeons are battling with . ... Even the Indians are
afraid to strike it with harpoons or to catch it with a line , since Travels , vol . ii , pp
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ISBN: IOWA:31858048099752

Category: Electrophysiology

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Physic and Physicians

A Medical Sketch Book, Exhibiting the Public and Private Life of the Most
Celebrated Medical Men of Former Days; with ... The travelling doctor , with his
zany , I believe , is now no where to be seen in Great Britain ; and the
mountebank himself ...

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Author: Forbes Winslow

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ISBN: HARVARD:HC37EH

Category: Medicine

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The Funny Side of Physic Or the Mysteries of Medicine Presenting the Humorous and Serious Sides of Medical Practice an Expos of Medical Humbugs Quacks and Charlatans in All Ages and All Countries

HO Mr . Jeaffreson , in the " Book about Doctors , " before often quoted , says of
the English travelling doctor of the last century , - " When Dr . Pulsfeel was tired of
London , or felt the want of country air , he adopted the pleasant occupation of ...

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Author: Addison Darre Crabtre

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ISBN: HARVARD:HC4P9Y

Category: Medicine

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The Funny side of physic or The Mysteries of medicine

Mr . Jeaffreson , in the " Book about Doctors , " before often quoted , says of the
English travelling doctor of the last century , — " When Dr . Pulsfeel was tired of
London , or felt the want of country air , he adopted the pleasant occupation of ...

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Author: Addison Darre Crabtre

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ISBN: STANFORD:24502703974

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Medical Times

M.D. The degree of doctor of physic is granted Galen's writings entitled “ De usa
Partium ; ” in It contains 100 beds , and has a department ... and must bring to him
certificates of pose of giving out books to students , either on loan by which it may
clearly appear that he has kept ... or to a master of arts of two years ' standing .
years , during at least six months of cach , either in Radchyffe Travelling Fellous .

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Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America During the Years 1799 1804

HUMBOLDT ' S COSMOS : or , Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universo .
Translated , with ... DR . G . A . MANTELL ' S PETRIFACTIONS AND THEIR
TEACHINGS ; A Hand - Book to the Fossils in the British Muscum . Beautiful
Wood ...

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Author: Alexander von Humboldt

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ISBN: UOM:39015061869593

Category: Natural history

Page: 505

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Notes from Nineveh and Travels in Mesopotamia Assyria and Syria

ARNOTT'S PHYSICS . ELEMENTS OF PHYSICS ; OR , NATURAL PHILOSOPHY
, GENERAL AND MEDICAL . ... The character of this work is such as to
recommend it to all colleges and academies in want of a text - book . It is fully
brought up ...

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Author: James Phillips Fletcher

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ISBN: UCBK:C006777058

Category: Assyria

Page: 366

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Creative Integrative Medicine

Creative integrative medicine addresses the real questions and offers a solution to the present crisis in health care. Dr. Paul Drouin is a true hero for writing this long overdue book.

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Author: Paul Drouin

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452518442

Category: Medical

Page: 188

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A family tragedy—the loss of his youngest brother at age eighteen from an osteosarcoma of the skull—triggered Dr. Drouin’s interest in studying medicine. Unsatisfied with the model of healing he encountered in medical school, he explored many other models of medicine that eventually led him to practice what is now called integrative medicine. He soon realized that for these complementary medicines to be accepted and integrated into our health care system, they must be scientifically recognized and become part of the curriculum in medical schools. The entire foundation of our approach to health and disease must be redefined through a deeper understanding of reality as described by quantum physics. Dr. Drouin’s initial quest has evolved into the creation of a medical and natural medicine curriculum that embraces this new paradigm of healing and the foundation of the International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine (Quantum University). The cost of an incomplete model of understanding in medicine has enormous consequences in the management of chronic and mind-related disease. Creative integrative medicine addresses the real questions and offers a solution to the present crisis in health care. “Dr. Paul Drouin is a true hero for writing this long overdue book. Finally, people are being told the truth about health, healing, and alternative treatments. This book has sound scientific proof to empower you back to true ‘health’ care instead of ‘sick’ care. Read and learn.” —Joe Dispenza, DC, New York Times best-selling author of You Are the Placebo and Evolve Your Brain

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Author: Rose Arny

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ISBN: UOM:39015038905579

Category: American literature

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Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Physic

JOSEPH PETTIGREW , F . R . S . , F . S . A . , Doctor of Philosophy to the
University of Göttingen , & c . , & c . 1 vol . 12mo . * The book will ... It is the
common - place book of a literary physician with a running commentary , giving a
unity and continuity to the mosaic . " - Brit . and For . Med . ... and " will doubtless
be read , also . with marked satisfaction by all who have a taste for travels . " - - -
Bost . Med . and ...

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Author: John Bell

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ISBN: PRNC:32101018323400

Category: Internal medicine

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Historical literary and artistical travels in Italy a complete and methodical guide for travellers and artists by M Valery Translated from the second corrected and improved edition by C E Clifton with a copious index and a road map of Italy

CHAPTER XIII . and clinical surgery ; S. Ciampi , and S. Nesti , guardian of the
museum of physics Voiversity. ... The greatest part of the books of Latin
eloquence , institutes of canon law , Angelo Fabroni , the celebrated
biograinterpretation of the holy ... third college , divided into two sections , the
creation of its botanical garden , genethe first of which , called the medical and
rally supposed about 1550 ) ...

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Author: VALERY (pseud. [i.e. Antoine Claude Pasquin.])

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ISBN: BL:A0019008544

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The Book Buyer

The Library of Travel . Muller on the Science of Religion . books , rivalling it in
typographical beauty ; while the illustrations , nearly two hundred and fifty in ...
person , not previously familiar so well and thoroughly portrayed as in the with
physical science , to become acquainted with ... Some of them are
Recollectigation are testified to by Dr . William Huggins , tions of Past Life , by Sir
Henry Holland ...

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Category: American literature

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Chaucer and the Doctor of Physic

Sent by Edward III to the Devon seaport of Dartmouth where he has been ordered to solve the theft of a Genoese ship's cargo, poet and diplomat Geoffrey Chaucer and his companions find lodging in the waterside home of a wealthy doctor and ...

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Author: Philippa Morgan

Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub

ISBN: 0786718242

Category: Fiction

Page: 298

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Sent by Edward III to the Devon seaport of Dartmouth where he has been ordered to solve the theft of a Genoese ship's cargo, poet and diplomat Geoffrey Chaucer and his companions find lodging in the waterside home of a wealthy doctor and encounter dangerous local hostilities. By the author of Chaucer and the House of Fame.

The Athenaeum

Miss Zornlin's Recreations in Physical Geography ; Dr. Cooke Taylor's Student's
Manual of Ancient With Frontispiece by Sir A. W. Callcott . ... ThirMr. Hogarth's
Musical History , Biography , and RECENT TRAVELS . teenth Edition , 100 .

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Works Comprising His Essays Letters and Journey Through Germany and Italy

How often do lina , came in vogue ; the empire of physic in we see physicians
impute the death of their Nero ' s time fell to ... His authority was lished a book
upon that subject , wherein , upon soon after supplanted by Charinus , a
physician ...

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Author: Michel de Montaigne

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWNR3V

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The Devil s Doctor

Although Paracelsus has been seen as both a charlatan and as a founder of modern science, Philip Ball's book reveals a more richly complex man - who used his eyes and ears to learn from nature how to heal, and who wrote influential books on ...

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Author: Philip Ball

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473517264

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

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Philip Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim - known to later ages as Paracelsus - stands on the borderline between medieval and modern; a name that is familiar but a man who has been hard to perceive or understand. Contemporary of Luther, enemy of established medicine, scourge of the universities ('at all the German schools you cannot learn as much as at the Frankfurt Fair'), army surgeon and alchemist, myths about him - from his treating diseases from beyond the grave in mid-nineteenth century Salzburg to his Faustian bargain with the devil to regain his youth - have been far more lasting than his actual story. Even during his lifetime, he was rumoured to travel with a magical white horse and to store the elixir of life in the pommel of his sword. But who was Paracelsus and what did he really believe and practice? Although Paracelsus has been seen as both a charlatan and as a founder of modern science, Philip Ball's book reveals a more richly complex man - who used his eyes and ears to learn from nature how to heal, and who wrote influential books on medicine, surgery, alchemy and theology while living a drunken, combative, vagabond life. Above all, Ball reveals a man who was a product of his time - an age of great change in which the church was divided and the classics were rediscovered - and whose bringing together of the seemingly diverse disciplines of alchemy and biology signalled the beginning of the age of rationalism.