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Page 237 - MR. SHAW, MRCS THE MEDICAL REMEMBRANCER ; OR, BOOK OF EMERGENCIES : in which are concisely pointed out the Immediate Remedies to be adopted in the First Moments of Danger from Poisoning, Drowning, Apoplexy, Burns, and other Accidents; with the Tests for the Principal Poisons, and other useful Information. Fourth Edition. Edited, with Additions, by JONATHAN HUTCHINSON, MRCS 32mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. DR. SIBSON, FRS MEDICAL ANATOMY. With coloured Plates. Imperial folio.
Page 238 - A MANUAL FOR HOSPITAL NURSES and others engaged in Attending on the Sick by EDWARD J. DOMVILLE, LRCP, MRCS, Surgeon to the Exeter Lying-in Charity.
Page 216 - Take one pound of fresh beef free from fat ; chop it up fine, and pour over it eight ounces of soft water; add five or six drops of hydrochloric acid, and fifty or sixty grains of common salt ; stir it well, and leave it for three hours in a cool place. Then pass the fluid through a hair sieve, pressing the meat slightly, and adding gradually...