South African Medical Record, Bind 2

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Record Publishing Company, 1904
 

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Side 38 - Thou shalt have a place also without the camp, whither thou shalt go forth abroad: And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee...
Side 73 - With what anguish of mind I remember my childhood, Recalled in the light of a knowledge since gained ; The malarious farm, the wet, fungus-grown wild-wood ; The chills then contracted that since have remained ; The scum-covered...
Side 73 - I shudder to think it— I considered that water uncommonly clear, And often at noon, when I went there to drink it, I enjoyed it as much as I now enjoy beer. How ardent I seized it with hands that were grimy And quick to the mud-covered bottom it fell ; Then reeking with nitrates and nitrites, and slimy With matter organic, it rose from the well.
Side 73 - I enjoyed it as much as I now enjoy beer. How ardent I seized it with hands that were grimy ! And quick to the mud-covered bottom it fell : Then soon, with its nitrates and nitrites, and slimy With matter organic, it rose from the well.
Side 183 - Court considers it likely that the transaction was at that time fresh in his memory. The witness may also refer to any such writing made by any other person and read by the witness within the time aforesaid, if when he read it he knew it to be correct.
Side 105 - OF THE DUTIES OF PHYSICIANS TO EACH OTHER, AND TO THE PROFESSION AT LARGE.
Side 73 - And the old oaken bucket, the mould-crusted bucket, The moss-covered bucket that hung in the well. Just think of it ! Moss on the vessel that lifted The water I drank in the days called to mind, Ere I knew what professors and scientists gifted In the water of wells by analysis find.
Side 73 - And to tell the sad truth — though I shudder to think it— I considered that water uncommonly clear, And often at noon, when I went there to drink it, I enjoyed it as much as I now enjoy beer. How ardent I seized it with hands that were grimy, And quick...
Side 73 - How little I knew of the dread typhoid fever Which lurked in the water I ventured to drink ; But since I've become a devoted believer In the teachings of science I shudder to think. And now, far removed from the scenes I'm describing, The story for warning to others I tell, As memory reverts to my youthful imbibing And I gag at the thought of that horrible well, And the old oaken bucket, the fungus-grown bucket — In fact, the slop bucket — that hung in the'well.
Side 105 - God and the doctor we alike adore When on the brink of danger, not before. The danger past, both are alike requited. God is forgotten, and the doctor slighted.

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