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" Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is more distinguished for the elegance and recherche" style of his publications than Mr. Churchill. "
Discourses on practical physic - Page 71
by Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson - 1871 - 93 pages
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The Nature, Symptoms, and Treatment of Consumption, Etc

Richard Payne Cotton - Electronic books - 1852 - 286 pages
...BO much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is...than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. " Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up : the engravings are remarkably well executed."...
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Syphilitic Diseases; Their Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment: Including ...

John Cruise Egan - Sexually transmitted diseases - 1853 - 346 pages
...to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one i more distinguished for the elegance and recherche!...than Mr. Churchill."— Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up: the engravings are remarkably well executed."...
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On lithotrity and lithotomy

William Coulson - 1853 - 388 pages
...neatness, that it ia superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medicat and Surgical Journal. " No one is more distinguished for the elegance and recherche" style of his publica tions than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill.s publications are...
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On the Decline of Life in Health and Disease: Being an Attempt to ...

Barnard Van Oven - Longevity - 1853 - 300 pages
...taste and neatness, III ^. ^ that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is more distinguished for the elegance and rechercht style of his publications than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's...
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Vestiges of the natural history of creation [by R. Chambers].

Robert Chambers - Creation - 1853 - 356 pages
...so mnch taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terma of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. '* No one is more distinguished for the elegance and rerherchf style of h publications than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's...
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Practical observations on aural surgery and the nature and treatment of ...

sir William Robert W. Wilde - Ear - 1853 - 506 pages
...so much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, " No one is more distinguished for the elegance and rer.herche style of his publications than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's...
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On Some Diseases of Women Admitting of Surgical Treatment

Isaac Baker Brown - Generative organs, Female - 1854 - 288 pages
...so much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is...than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. " Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up : the engravings are remarkably well executed."...
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Unsoundness of Mind Considered in Relation to the Question of Responsibility ...

Samuel Knaggs - Criminal liability - 1854 - 96 pages
...so much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is...than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up: the engravings are remarkably well executed."...
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Remarks on the examination of recruits, intended for the use of young ...

Hampden Hugh Massy - 1854
...so much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation.'' — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is...than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. " Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up : the engravings are remarkably well executed."—...
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Clinical Lectures on Pulmonary Consumption

Theophilus Thompson - Clinical medicine - 1854 - 239 pages
...so much taste and neatness, that it is superfluous to speak of them in terms of commendation." — Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. " No one is...than Mr. Churchill." — Provincial Medical Journal. "Mr. Churchill's publications are very handsomely got up: the engravings are remarkably well executed."...
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