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Essays and addresses. Vol. 29 /
William Renwick Riddell.
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1932-1934.
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45 items in 1 volume.
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1932-1934.
contents note
Transplantation of epilepsy ; Relative values of doctor, parson and engineer in old Virginia [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 81, No. 1, July, 1933] (pages 7-12) -- The American doctor in Revolutionary times [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 81, No. 2, August, 1933] (pages 40-44) -- Shut your mouth and save your life - a memory and a disappointment [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 81, No. 3, September, 1933] (pages 72-91) -- "Behind the doctor" [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 82, No. 1, January, 1934] (pages 17-24) -- John Wesley's medicine in French guise [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 82, No. 3, March, 1934] (pages 74-80) -- Four cases of pin worms in the appendix (three in one family) / by W. A. Lewis. What made the Emperor sick / by William Renwick Riddell [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 82, No. 4, April, 1934] (pages 113-118) -- Legislative divorce in Colonial Pennsylvania [The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. LVII, No. 226, April, 1933] (pages 175-180) -- Criminal procedure in Canada [United States Law Review, September, 1933] (pages [459]-463) -- An old theory of the origin of syphilis [The Urologic and Cutaneous Review, August, 1933] (pages 559-562 : illustration) -- An old theory of the origin of syphilis [reprint from The Urologic and Cutaneous Review, Vol. XXXVII, No. 8, 1933] (4 pages : illustration) -- What made the Emperor sick / William Renwick Riddell. Two ancient descriptions of lepers / M. Webster Brown [Medical Journal and Record, April Fifth, 1933] (pages [298]-299) -- Mediæval prophylactics against inebriation [Medical Journal and Record, June Twenty-First, 1933] (pages 509-510) -- A patient's story as told to Rendell Williams, Toronto [Medical Journal and Record, September Twentieth, 1933] (pages 212-213) -- Some mediaeval learning on superhuman disease and medicine [Medical Journal and Record, November First, 1933] (pages [326]-328) -- How women became physicians in ancient Athens [Medical Journal and Record, November Fifteenth, 1933] (page 379) -- The American doctor in Revolutionary times [Medical Journal and Record, December Sixth, 1933] (pages [429]-430) -- Another word with Hippocrates about hiccup [Medical Record, January 3, 1934] (page 41) -- "Before the doctor" [Canadian Health, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring Number, 1934] (pages 15-16) -- "Eirenarcha", an ancient law book [American Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIX, No. 5, May, 1933] (pages 298-300) -- "Eirenarcha", an ancient law book [from the May, 1933, issue of the American Bar Association Journal] ([3] unnumbered pages) -- The trial of the engineers at Moscow [American Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIX, No. 12, December, 1933] (pages 707-709) -- The trial of the engineers at Moscow [reprinted from the December, 1933, issue of the American Bar Association Journal] ([3] unnumbered pages) -- Administration of criminal law in Canada [The Panel, Vol. 10, No. 4, September-October, 1932] (pages 39-40) -- Bail (criminal) in Canada [The Panel, Vol. 11, No. 2, March-April, 1933] (pages 15-16) -- A Loyalist and his land in Massachusetts : the tragedy enacted when the torch of war is thrust between neighbors [The Loyalist Gazette] (pages 3, 9) -- A curious case of "The Appeal of Death" five centuries ago [Bench and Bar, March, 1934] (1 page) -- A curious case of "The Appeal of Death" 500 years ago [reprinted from Bench and Bar, March] (1 leaf) -- An interesting slander case [Bench and Bar, January, 1934] (1 leaf) -- The first reported slander case [Bench and Bar, January, 1934] (1 leaf) -- Three hundred years ago : the story of the first (English) monopoly in Canada and its echo in the Privy Council and Star Chamber [reprint from Bench and Bar, May, 1933] ([2] unnumbered pages : portrait) -- William Renwick Riddell / Hume, J. Gibson (1 leaf) -- The Jews in Surinam : a curious episode [The Canadian Jewish Review, June 2nd, 1933] (1 leaf) -- Discrimination against Jews, two and half centuries ago [The Canadian Jewish Review, Vol. XV, May 12th, 1933] (2 leaves) -- Another Hart story: and yet another [The Canadian Jewish Review, July 28th, 1933] (3 leaves) -- Incidents in Jewish life in mediaeval times in England [Canadian Jewish Review, Vol. XVI, No. 24, March 30, 1934] (pages 4-5) -- The historical interconnection of the United States, Canada and the new British Empire : an address given by the author to The Public-Speaking Association at the Department of University Extension, University of Toronto on October 6th., 1933 ([6] unnumbered leaves) -- Early history of Maine : dating back to the colonization period at the beginning of the seventeenth century [Rockland Courier-Gazette, May 9, 1933] (1 leaf) -- Dominion of Canada (Public Acts) [The American Bar Association Journal] (pages 124-133) -- The first Supreme Court of Canada [reprint from Bench and Bar, November, 1932] (1 leaf) -- When negro slaves were real proper [The Dawn of Tomorrow, Vol. VI, No. 8] (1 leaf) -- The advantage of owning slaves in old British Canada [The Dawn of Tomorrow, April 6, 1934] (page 2) -- The struggle for Acadia [Rockland Courier-Gazette, January 20 & 23 1934] (2 leaves) -- The pre-revolutionary period : another valuable article on Maine history [Rockland Courier-Gazette, April 22, 1933] (1 leaf) -- The generosity of John Gribbel : noted Rockport summer citizen gives to Scotland rare poems by Robert Burns [Rockland Courier-Gazette, August 5, 1933] (2 leaves) -- "The Scots must not fail" [The Globe, June 16, 1933] (1 leaf) -- The Glencairn "Kilmarnock Burns" [The Glob, August 12, 1933] (1 leaf).
general note
Binder's title.
Imprints vary.
Set made up of offprints and detached copies of articles from various publications.
local note
Victoria University Library has microfiche copies of many individual titles.
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10534539
 
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