Report of births, marriages, and deaths in Massachusetts. 1857

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Página 201 - ... individual — a happier life — a life more exempt from sickness and infirmity — a life of greater energy and industry, of greater experience and wisdom. By these comparisons a noble national emulation might be excited ; and rival nations would read of sickness diminished...
Página 236 - Classification is a method of generalization. Several classifications may, therefore, be used with advantage ; and the physician, the pathologist, or the jurist, each from his own point of view, may legitimately classify the diseases and the causes of death in the way that he thinks best adapted to facilitate his inquiries, and to yield general results. The medical practitioner may found his main divisions of diseases on their treatment as medical or surgical ; the pathologist, on the nature of the...
Página v - ANNUAL REPORT RELATING TO THE REGISTRY AND RETURN OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS IN MICHIGAN FOR THE YEAR 1874. By the Superintendent of Vital Statistics, under the general direction of the Secretary of State.

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