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Opuscula Selecta Neerlandicorum

Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1907
Language: Dutch
Wordcount: 125,788 / 421 pg
LoC Category: Q
Downloads: 500
Added to site: 2006.08.19
mnybks.net#: 14718
Genre: Science
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amen ne salutari maiorum instituto videar deesse, qui solenni encomio juventutis animos ad huius praeclarae scientiae studium, admirationem, amorem, excitandos, accendendos, inflammandosque censuerunt, experiar et ipse pro mea virili (siquidem me dicentem adjutabit vestra tum attentio, tum humanitas, favore candido prosequens, quem ad hoc muneris vestra adegit autoritas) medicae facultatis dignitatem, autoritatem, usum, necessitatem, non dicam explicare, quod prorsus infiniti fuerit negotii, sed summatim modo perstringere, ac veluti confertissimas locupletissimae cujuspiam reginae opes, per transennam (ut aiunt) studiosorum exhibere conspectibus.

[Sidenote: Laudandi ratio per comparationem.]

Cuius quidem ea vel praecipua laus est, primum quod nullis omnino praeconiis indiget, ipsa abunde per se vel utilitate, vel necessitate commendata mortalibus. Deinde quod toties iam a tam praeclaris ingeniis praedicata, semper tamen novam laudum suarum materiam, ingeniis etiam parum foecundis ex ses

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