Medical Transactions, Published by the College of Physicians in London Volume 3

Medical Transactions, Published by the College of Physicians in London Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1785 edition. Excerpt: ...for the publique good dias commanded me to signify his pleasure unto you, and the rest or-the college of physitians, that you should not give him any molestation or disturbance in his practice; and that, if you shall believe you have any just occasion of complaint against him, you bring the fame to me, that I may acquaint his Majesty. Thus, with my respects to you, I remain your humble servant, Arlington. May 2,1678. Concefferunt D. Micklethwait, Praeses, &c. &c. AnnaU Coll Med. v. cour, . court of Charles the Second) there is extant an honourable testimony of him, written by a man of science. For Mr. Ray, his contemporary, notwithstanding the great respect which he bore to Sydenham, speaks of Talbor as the person to whom the world is indebted for the revival of the bark, when it had gone into disuse. Whether Sydenham (as has been confidently affirmed) had the secret communicated to him byTalbor; or whether he discovered it by any other means; cannot, perhaps, be ascertained. But it is an indisputable. Ob suspiclones nescio quas in crimen adduci caepit, et paullatirh in defuetudinem abire: donee nuperis annis Dominus Robertus Talbor dosi ejus valde aucta, non minus felici successu quam incepro audaci, febribus omnibus profligatis usum resuschavit. Hie enim non intra scrupulos subsistebar, fed ad drachmas et uncias adscendebat, indeque voti compos factus, magnam et fibi et pulveri famam conciliabat. J. Rail Hist. Plant, torn. II. p. 1797. Vol. III. P fact, fact, that, in the year 1668, whilst Talbor was administering the Jesuite's powder in Essex, Sydenham, then in the height of his reputation, had still strong prejudices against the use of it; and that, in 1676 (Talbor being then established in London) Sydenham had become.show more

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  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236774159
  • 9781236774156