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Page 770 - Almost the day of thy giving is over ; Ere from the grass dies the bee-haunted clover, Thou wilt have vanished from friend and from lover ; What shall thy longing avail in the grave ? Give, as the heart gives, whose fetters are breaking, Life, love, and hope, all thy dreams and thy waking, Soon heaven's river thy soul-fever slaking, Thou shalt know God, and the gift that he gave.
Page 769 - GIVE ! as the morning that flows out of heaven ; Give ! as the waves when their channel is riven ; Give ! as the free air and sunshine are given ; Lavishly, utterly...
Page 749 - Hahnemann's caution holds good — "how, even in diseases, amid the symptoms of the original malady the medicinal symptoms may be discovered, is a subject for the exercise of a higher order of inductive minds, and must be left solely to masters in the art of observation.
Page 179 - An Act to regulate and improve the civil service of the United States...
Page 791 - With one consent let all the earth To God their cheerful voices raise ; Glad homage pay with awful mirth, And sing before Him songs of praise. 2...
Page 171 - President, in the Chair. The minutes of the January meeting were read and approved.
Page 525 - By GERALD F. YEO, MD, FRCS, Professor of Physiology in King's College, London.
Page 403 - We may safely rest the sanitary part of the case on the single fact that the placing of the dead body in a grave, and covering it with a few feet of earth, does not prevent the gases generated by decomposition, together with putrescent matters which they hold in suspension, from permeating the surrounding soil and escaping into the air above and the water beneath.