Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1867: Published Under Direction of the Secretary of State by Authority of the Senate of the United States


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˹ 257 - January one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, no person shall be entitled to recover any Charge in any court of law for any medical or surgical advice, attendance, or for the performance of any operation, or for any medicine which he shall have both prescribed and supplied, unless he shall prove upon the trial that he is registered under this Act.
˹ 29 - The introduction of the cotton manufacture in this country, on a large scale, was a new idea. What would be its effect on the character of our population was a matter of deep interest. The operatives in the manufacturing cities of Europe, were notoriously of the lowest character, for intelligence and morals. The question therefore arose, and was deeply considered, whether this degradation was the result of the peculiar occupation, or of other and distinct ^causes.
˹ 25 - This year the seeds were planted as an experiment; and their " plentiful coming up" was, at that early day, a subject of interest in America and England.
˹ 89 - Behold, thou art fair, my love; behold, thou art fair; thou hast doves' eyes within thy locks: thy hair is as a flock of goats, that appear from mount Gilead.
˹ 94 - Some i observations on a few of the principal districts is all that will be attempted. It has already been stated in a former part of this work, that Massachusetts is the principal manufacturing state in this country. An act was passed by the Senate and House of Representatives of that state, in 1837, for the purpose of obtaining " Statistical information in relation to certain branches of industry within the Commonwealth.
˹ 254 - Hospital, Dispensary, Member of a Surgical College or Faculty, Licentiate of the London or Dublin Society of Apothecaries, or a Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. 4. That he has attended, for at least six months, by apprenticeship or otherwise, the out-practice of...
˹ 385 - ... Language, and a respectable acquaintance with its Literature, and with the Art of Composition; a fair knowledge of the Natural Sciences, and at least of the more elementary mathematics, including the chief elements of Algebra and Geometry, and such a knowledge of the Latin Language as will enable him to read current prescriptions, and appreciate the technical language of the Natural Sciences and of Medicine.
˹ 255 - Medicine shall not be conferred on any person, unless he be a Graduate in Arts, or unless he shall, before or at the time of his obtaining the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine, or...
˹ 79 - It is a proposition void of all foundation," it says in the introduction, " that instructions at gymnasiums should be calculated for a course at universities only, and not in aid of the development of every mental faculty. The subjects taught at gymnasiums, in the order and proportion of progress in the different classes, form a foundation to all superior culture of men, and the experience of centuries, the opinion of experts, speak in favor of the usefulness of all studies, within the sphere of...
˹ 21 - At the head of the districts embraced in a given province is a provincial inspector, salaried by the state, whose duty is to superintend all the schools in his province, receive the reports of district overseers, and once a year to sit in the council of provincial inspectors, under the presidency of the minister, upon the general interests of primary schools throughout the kingdom. Secondary instruction is provided for and looked after with an equally Dutch straightforwardness of action. Children...