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" The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small, that can save human life, that can bring health and security (a God of love invented this blessed and most wondrous of arts !) should be a sacred object to the true physician ; chance, or the labour... "
The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann - Page 366
by Samuel Hahnemann - 1852 - 784 pages
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The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann, Erastus Edgerton Marcy - 1852 - 784 pages
...notoriously inefficient cause, in order that we may be enabled to shelve Ilahnemann's prophylac'ic remedy before the very eyes of the all-seeing public."...altar of this sublime God-head, whose priests we are ! We all strive after a common, holy object ; but it is not easy to be attained. It is only by joining...
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Lectures on the theory and practice of homœopathy

Robert Ellis Dudgeon - 1854
...dignity of our profession. He is alluding to his discovery of the prophylactic for scarlet fever : " The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...altar of this sublime Godhead, whose priests we are ! " Hear his notion respecting the character of the offices of doctor and sick-nurse in the time of...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY

J.J. DRYSDALE, M.D. J.RUTHERFURD RUSSELL, M.D.; R.E. DUDGEON, M.D. - 1855
...he received on announcing the discovery of Belladonna as a prophylaxis of scarlet fever, he says : " The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...or the labour of a physician, has discovered this to me. Away, then, with all grovelling jiassions at the altar of this sublime Godhead, whose priests...
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The Philadelphia Journal of Homœopathy, Volume 4

1856
...he received on announcing the discovery of Belladonna as a prophylaxis of scarlet fever, he says : " The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...chance, or the labour of a physician has discovered this to me. Away, then, with all grovelling passions at the altar of this sublime Godhead, whose priests...
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The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society, Volume 2

British Homoeopathic Society - 1894
...simplicity of aim, are essential to the attainment of extensive usefulness and unstained reputation. The furtherance of every means (be it ever so small)...save human life, that can bring health and security, should be a sacred object to the ideal physician. It is only by joining hand in hand, only by a brotherly...
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The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 1895 - 513 pages
...the medical profession. In allnding to his discovery of the prophylactic for scarlet fever, he said: "The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...sacred object to the true physician; chance or the labor of the physician has discovered this one." Again, in writing of the duties of the nurse and the...
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Medical Century, Volume 13

Charles Edmund Fisher - 1905
...utterance of Hahnemann in his plea to the physicians of his day for unity of purpose and of action : "The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...security )(a God of love invented this blessed and most wonderful of arts!) should be a sacred object to the true physician. Away, then, with all grovelling...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 54

1906
...the simillimum. THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMOEOPATHY September, 1906. PW SHEDD, MD New York PROLOGUE "'T'HE furtherance of every means, be it ever so small, that, can A save human life, that can bring health and security (a God of love invented this blessed and most...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy

1906
...the simillimum. THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMCEOPATHY September. 1906. PW SHEDD, MD New York PROLOGUE furtherance of every means, be it ever so small, that...wondrous of arts!) should be a sacred object to the true ghysician. Away with all groveling passions at the altar of this sublime god-head whose priests we...
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Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Homoeopathy

R. E. Dudgeon - 2003 - 565 pages
...dignity of our profession. He is alluding to his discovery of the prophylactic for scarlet fever : " The furtherance of every means, be it ever so small,...altar of this sublime Godhead, whose priests we are ! " There is not a work of Hahnemann's which is not pervaded by the spirit of reverence for the Deity,...
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