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... brooding his prolific bed, Night's changeful orb, blue pole, and silvery zones,
where other worlds encircle other suns, One mind inhabits, one diffusive Soul
Wields the large limbs, and mingles with the whole. V. O. L. I. THE THIRD
The great CREAT or of all things has infinitely diversified the works of his hands,
but has at the same time stamped a certain similitude on the features of nature,
that demonstrates to us, that the whole is one family of one parent. On this ...
The Reader should be apprized, that many new pages are interspersed in this
edition, which consist of practical and theoretical observations, as the whole
articles on Hemicrania idiopathica, retroversio uteri, aneurisma, and the
appendix to ...
The arterial system consists of the aorta and the pulmonary artery, which are
attended through their whole course with their correspondent veins. The
pulmonary artery receives the blood from the right chamber of the heart, and
carries it to ...
... which spread on the bowels and mesentery, unite into a trunk in the liver, and
form a kind of artery, which is branched into the whole substance of the liver, and
is called the vena portarum; and B 4 from from which the bile is separated by the
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review