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" ... from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the divine power and goodness, both in prolonging and restoring the life of man ; especially as this may be effected by safe, commodious, and not illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. "
The Works of Francis Bacon - Página 46
de Francis Bacon - 1815
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1849
...dying. "And this," Lord Bacon says, after his great survey of learning, " we hope might redound (o a general good, if physicians would but exert themselves,...the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of Divine power and goodness, both in prolonging and restoring the life of man ; especially as this...
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Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health

Massachusetts. Sanitary Commission - 1850 - 544 páginas
...treatment of the sick and dying. ' And this,' Lord Bacon says, after his great survey of learning, ' we hope might redound to a general good, if physicians...sordid considerations of cure ; not deriving their honor from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the divine power and goodness, both...
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Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health

Massachusetts. Sanitary Commission - 1850 - 544 páginas
...treatment of the sick and dying. ' And this,' Lord Bacon says, after his great survey of learning, < we hope might redound to a general good, if physicians...would but exert themselves, and raise their minds MEDICAL DENOMINATIONS. 231 above the sordid considerations of cure ; not deriving their honor from...
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The 'laws of cholera'.

Laws - 1853 - 91 páginas
...And this,' Lord Bacon says, after his great Survey of Learning, ' we hope, might redound to a genera) good, if physicians would but exert themselves, and...sordid considerations of cure ; not deriving their honours from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the Divine power and goodness, both...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and Chemical ...

1867
...social benefits which Medicine might bestow, he says : — " And this we hope might redound to the general good, if physicians would but exert themselves,...sordid considerations of cure ; not deriving their honor from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the Divine power and goodness both...
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Hints for health, 2 lects. on the influence of air, water, food, and wine on ...

John Sherwood Stocker - 1874
...himself." The true Physician takes now for his rule of conduct the -words of Lord Bacon, " And this we hope might redound to a general good, if Physicians...sordid considerations of cure; not deriving their honours from the necessities of mankind but becoming ministers of the Divine power and goodness both...
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The Lancet, Volumen 1

1867
...great social benefits which Medicine might bestow, he says : — "And this we hope might redound to the general good, if physicians would but exert themselves,...the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the Divine power and goodneaa both in prolonging and restoring the life of man, especially as this...
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Healthy Life and Hydropathic News, Volumen 1

1883
...children need not fear that it will ever be crushed to pieces by cares. — Samuel Pearson. " AMI this we hope might redound to a general good, if physicians...sordid considerations of cure, not deriving their honours from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers of the Divine power and goodness, both...
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The Lancet, Volumen 2

1862
...passage where, alluding to the great social benefits which medicine might achieve, he ttys,"And this, we hope, might redound to a general good, if physicians...themselves, and raise their minds above the sordid consideratiousof cure; not deriving theirhonour from the necessities of mankind, but becoming ministers...
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