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Issue: 023, 11/04/28 p. 362
Heading: Experimental Physiology
Category: Biology   Dissection   Ethics   Medicine   
Topic: [Morality of experimenting upon animals in the name of medical science]
Person: MAGENDIE, Dr.   BELL   HOME, Sir E.   BRODIE   PHILIP   
Institution: Royal Veterinary College   

Issue: 059, 10/12/28 p. 939, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Academical, Para 10
Category: Medicine   Ethics   Illegal Practice Of Medicine   Education   
Topic: A Learned Horse. [To expose its unethical practices, Rabelais sent fees by post to the faculty of Orleans and had his own horse admitted as a doctor, under the name of Dr. Johannes Caballus]
Person: RABELAIS   CABALLUS, Dr. Johannes   

Issue: 060, 17/12/28 p. 943-944
Heading: The Universities of Europe and America. Cambridge.--No. II.
Category: Education   Science   Literature   Philosophy   Professional Ethics   
Topic: [The purpose of an education at Cambridge University. Should it be a place of training for professional life? What should be on the syllabus? Should subjects be taught on a broader basis, to include "the modern languages, and literature, and all the principles of the physical sciences"? The role of religion]
Person: PALEY, Dr.   

Issue: 063, 07/01/29 p. 14, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Biographical, Para 4
Category: Physics   Science   Professional Ethics   Literature   Biography   
Topic: Newton and Stillingfleet. [Whiston, who wrote the "Theory of the Earth" reports that he angered Newton by contradicting him, and was publicly silenced out of fear of angering Newton further, and even of killing him. There are other examples of professional rifts, such as that of Stillingfleet and Locke]
Person: WHISTON   NEWTON, Sir Isaac   STILLINGFLEET   BENTLEY, Dr.   LOCKE   
Source: Whiston: Theory of the Earth   

Issue: 094, 12/08/29 p. 505-506
Heading: Affray in Smithfield
Category: Agriculture   Animal Husbandry   Ethics   Cruelty To Animals   
Topic: [Feature article in the form of an anonymous letter by a "troubleshooting" correspondent. It contains a description of the brutal treatment of animals at Smithfield market]
Letter
Issue: 116, 09/01/30 p. 26-27
Heading: "The First-Fit"
Category: Social Anthropology   Custom And Tradition   Folklore   Social History   Scotland   Philology   Ethics   Addiction And Temperance   Medicine   Health   
Topic: [Fictional memoir in Scottish dialect on the New Year custom of "first footing" with a "scholarly" footnote in standard written English, defining the dialect words used in the body of the piece and giving additional information on the current (1830) practice of first-footing. A temperance version of the custom is coming in]
Prose Fiction Signed: D. L.

Issue: 132, 08/05/30 p. 281
Heading: Habits
Category: Medicine   Morbid Processes   Health   Psychology   Ethics   Addiction And Temperance   
Topic: [Humorous essay denigrating a list of habits: swearing, alcohol, tea-drinking, smoking, taking snuff, and chewing tobacco. A cynical exception is made for coffee and sugar because they bring in taxes]
Essay Signed: "J."

Issue: 134, 22/05/30 p. 316
Heading: Royal Society. Thursday, May 20
Category: Astronomy   Science   Professional Ethics   Social Relations   Medicine   Urogenital System   
Topic: [Report refers to an angry discussion involving the astronomer, Mr. South, without giving further details. Baron Heurteloup`s paper on dealing with calculi (stones) in the bladder without cutting, is postponed]
Person: SOUTH   GILBERT, Davies   SABINE, Capt.   HEURTELOUP, Baron   COSTELLO   CARTER, Dr. (R.N.)   
Institution: Royal Society   College of Surgeons   
, 20/05/1830
Issue: 136, 05/06/30 p. 347
Heading: Royal Society. Thursday, May 27
Category: Medicine   Urogenital System   Professional Ethics   Science   
Topic: [Refers to the argument which was only alluded to in the last Royal Society report (Issue 134, May 20, 1830): a "stormy sitting" had been expected because of "the charges which had been made against the management of the society, by some of the members in-doors, and by Mr. Babbage..." Then business carried on. Dr. Roget read "the communication from Mr. Costello on Lithotrity"]
Person: BABBAGE   ROGET, Dr.   COSTELLO   SABINE, Capt.   NORTHAMPTON, Marquis of   WYATVILLE, Sir Jeffrey   PUSEY, P.   WOOD, J. (of the Trinity House)   WATSON   
Institution: Royal Society   
Report, 27/05/1830
Issue: 138, 19/06/30 p. 382
Heading: Censorship, Para 13
Category: Printing   Communication   Periodicals   Religion   Science   Philosophy   Ethics   
Topic: [Long historical precedent for the censorship of printed materials]
Person: FRANCIS THE FIRST, King of France   

Issue: 142, 17/07/30 p. 442-443
Heading: Superstitions of India. (Extract from a private Letter from Benares)
Category: Geography   Social Anthropology   Custom And Tradition   Disability   Suicide   Ethics   Social Relations   Religion   Brahminism   India   
Topic: [Treatment of sick or old people in Benares. Family relationships. Caste system. Ritual suicide]
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 147, 21/08/30 p. 527
Heading: Lizards, Para 8
Category: Italy   Social Anthropology   Zoology   Ethics   Cruelty To Animals   
Topic: [Italian children kill lizards with snuff]
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

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Reviews

Issue: 048, 24/09/28 p. 754-756
Heading: Philosophy of Quackery
Category: Medicine   Public Health   Medical Profession   Professional Ethics   Illegal Practice Of Medicine   
Title: Medical Ethics; or, a Code of Institutes and Precepts, adapted to the Professional Conduct of Physicians and Surgeons. With Additions, illustrative of the Past and Present State of this Profession, and its Collegiate Institutions in Great Britain
Author: ANON   

Issue: 121, 20/02/30 p. 101-103
Category: Christian Religion   Medicine   Food   Health   Addiction And Temperance   Philosophy   Aesthetics   Ethics   
Title: The Christian Physiologist--Tales illustrative of the Five Senses; their Mechanism, Uses, and Government
Author: ANON   
Attribution: Author of "The Collegians"

Issue: 134, 22/05/30 p. 305-306
Category: Philosophy Of Science   Professional Ethics   History Of Science   Education   Astronomy   Geography   Geodesy   
Title: Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, and on some of its Causes
Author: BABBAGE, Charles   
Institution: Royal Society   Government Office of Ordnance   Board of Longitude   

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