The Monthly Gazette of Health: Or Medical, Dietetic, Antiempirical, and General Philosophical Journal, Volume 2

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Page 12 - Their only labour was to kill the time ; And labour dire it is, and weary woe. They sit, they loll, turn o'er some idle rhyme, Then, rising sudden, to the glass they go, Or saunter forth, with tottering step and slow. This soon too rude an exercise they find ; Straight on the couch their limbs again they throw, Where hours on hours they sighing lie reclined, And court the vapoury god, soft breathing in the wind.
Page 174 - Act, the Defendant or Defendants in such Action may plead the General Issue and give the special Matter in Evidence; and if upon such Action...
Page 174 - ... and in any such action the defendant may plead the general issue, and give this Act and the special matter in evidence at any trial to be had thereupon...
Page 377 - But experience may be acquired in two ways: either, first, by noticing facts as they occur, without any attempt to influence the frequency of their occurrence, or to vary the circumstances under which they occur; this is observation: or, secondly, by putting in action causes and agents over which we have control, and purposely varying their combinations, and noticing what effects take place; this is experiment.
Page 315 - Parliament, that no person from henceforth be suffered to exercise or practise in physic through England, until such time as he be examined at London by the said president...
Page 11 - Have those public endowments contributed in general to promote the end of their institution? Have they contributed to encourage the diligence and to improve the abilities of the teachers ? Have they directed the course of education towards objects more useful, both to the individual and to the public, than those to which it would naturally have gone of its own accord?
Page 207 - ... and admirably adapted to that sweet and varied music, with which we are so often delighted in the woodlands. The whole extent, indeed, of the wind-pipe in...
Page 173 - An Act for consolidating and amending the Statutes in England relative to Offences against the Person...
Page 173 - ... day and hour, and from whom, the body was received, the date and place of death/ the sex, and (as far as is known at the time) the...
Page 174 - And be it further enacted, That this Act shall commence and take effect from and after the...

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