Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 第 4 巻

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A. and C. Black, 1808
 

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410 ページ - Have the gates of death been opened unto thee ? Or hast thou seen the doors of the shadow of death?
379 ページ - In every profession the exertion of the greater part of those who exercise it is always in proportion to the necessity they are under of making that exertion. This necessity is greatest with those to whom the emoluments of their profession are the only source from which they expect their fortune, or even their ordinary revenue and subsistence.
132 ページ - That it shall and may be lawful for any two or more justices of the peace to cause such person to be apprehended and kept safely locked up in some secure place, and, if such justices shall find it necessary, to be there chained, if the last place of legal settlement be in such city, or in any town within such county.
130 ページ - ... offence, and such person shall be acquitted, the jury shall be required to find specially whether such person was insane at the time of the commission of such offence, and to declare whether such person was acquitted by them on account of such insanity...
130 ページ - Majesty shall seem fit; and in all Cases where any Person before the passing of this Act has been acquitted of any such Offence on the Ground of Insanity at the Time of the Commission thereof, and has been detained in Custody as a dangerous Person by Order of the Court before whom such Person has been tried...
132 ページ - Whereas there are sometimes persons who, by lunacy or otherwise, are furiously mad, or are so far disordered in their senses that they may be dangerous to be permitted to go abroad...
341 ページ - ... has not perfectly recovered, or regained sound health; the attack is sometimes made with all the violence which I have described as distinguishing the second form. When again the attack comes on as the sequel of an acute disease...
195 ページ - Skrine, his apothecary. We found his senses clear, and his mind calm : his nurse and several servants were about him. He told us he had sent for us to give him an account of an odd sensation he had for some time observed and felt in himself; which was...
130 ページ - ... committing such offence, the Court before whom such trial shall be had, shall order such person to be kept in strict custody, in such place, and in such manner, as to the Court shall seem fit, until his Majesty's pleasure shall be known...
132 ページ - Peace, directing the churchwardens or overseers, where any goods, chattels, lands, or tenements of such person shall be, to seize and sell so much of the goods and chattels, or receive so much of the annual rents of the lands and tenements as is necessary to pay the same, and to account for what is so...

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