Ingleby Lectures on Some Functional Disorders of Females

W. Francis
1886 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
a If 1880] kJtp{q4k . kX1A1redfold bhat even, er Ma)evt,y', honours were, ievr better be-#pwed"than they are now upon John'Hllnter-'and, it I may, in conclusion, be allowed to tell how great the honour is, r Will do 7so in w,ds, not of my own, but in those of an eloquence which this University has often heard -in the words of Xr. Ruskin, =He says, in ,w;iting of the design of having the statues in the museum: "There iM.no man of woith or heart who would, not feel It a high and' pricee reward
more » ... d' pricee reward that his statue should be placed where it 'mi'bt reiind the youth of England of what had been exemplAry,in s life, or useful in hie labousr, and might be regarded with no empty reverence, no fruit-1&5M peusiveness, but with the emulative, eager, unstin-ted passionkatenes fionour which youth pays So the dea.lea&ers of the cause it loyesf or4isqoverers of the rlgi,t by whic it lives. To b4e buried under w4ght of'arble, or with splen4our of ceremoinial, is stll o more than burial; but to be remerabeted daily, with profitable teA,deress, by the activest intelligences,of the nation we have pserved, and 'to have power granted ovento the shadows of the poor feates4 suaOk into dust, stW to warn, to animate, to command, as the father's 1rqw rules and e,qalti the toil of his children: this is not buriaj, but immortality."
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.1328.1095 fatcat:hlaitvawfjgz5lt6kkvjro3pli