Mirror of Literature,  7 (1826), 25–27.

Medals; or, Obverses and Reverses



Extract, Essay

Publications extracted:

Janus; or, The Edinburgh Literary Almanack


Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners

    The article considers the Janus-faced character which 'almost every thing' in the world presents. The writer compares various aspects of life to two-sided medals, noting of one: 'Of this medal one side bears for its motto—"The god-like Healing Art," while the other shows Dr. Eady and a death-head' (27).

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