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Seite 241 - Majesty's subject; that then and in every such case, the person or persons so offending, their counsellors, aiders and abettors, (knowing of, and privy to the ofience, as aforesaid, ) shall be and are hereby declared to be felons, and shall suffer death, as in cases of felony, without benefit of clergy.
Seite 129 - Digestion, p. 185. found that, after it had dissolved the stomach at the usual place, the contents of the stomach had come into contact with the spleen and diaphragm, had partly dissolved the adjacent side of the spleen, and had dissolved the diaphragm quite through, so that the contents of the stomach were found in the cavity of the thorax, and had even affected the lungs in a small degree...
Seite 285 - ... he then was. He desired to know what he wanted there ; and upon receiving no answer, but, as he thought, a menacing look, he sprung forward to seize the intruder, and to his no small surprise found it a phantom. The cold sweat hung upon his brow — he trembled in every limb. It was the dusk of the evening as he passed along the passage — the phantom flitted before his eyes — he attempted to follow it, resolutely determined to satisfy himself; but as it vanished, there appeared others, and...
Seite 449 - The people who collect the gum, are obliged to tie a cloth over their mouth and nostrils, to prevent the small dusty particles from annoying them, as they produce incessant sneezing.
Seite 256 - Bryre proposes, that a second inoculation be performed about the sixth day after the first, the vesicle produced by this second inoculation, is accelerated in its progress, so as to arrive at maturity, and again fade, at nearly the same time as. the affection arising from the first inoculation. Mr B. considers the acceleration of the second...
Seite 287 - He obtained some temporary relief from the formation of matter under the scalp ; swellings came on in the throat, and he had some difficulty of respiration when in bed. At this time he complained to me that he had troublesome dreams, and that he seemed to dream whilst awake. In a short time after he told me he had, for an hour or two, been convinced that he had seen his wife and family, when his right judgment told him that they were in America ; and the impression was so strong a few nights afterwards,...
Seite 291 - The Ideas of Goblins and Sprights have really no more to do with Darkness than Light : Yet let but a foolish Maid inculcate these often on the Mind of a Child, and raise them there together, possibly he shall never be able to separate them again so long as he lives; but Darkness shall ever afterwards bring with it those frightful Ideas...
Seite 464 - Wine measurably drunk and in season bringeth gladness of the heart, and cheerfulness of the mind: but wine drunken with excess maketh bitterness of the mind, with brawling and quarrelling.
Seite 285 - ... himself with continually getting out of bed, to ascertain whether the people he saw were real or not. Nor could he always distinguish who were and who were not real customers, as they came into the rooms in the day-time, so that his conduct became the subject of observation ; and though it was for a time attributed to private drinking, it was at last suspected to arise from some other cause ; and when I was sent for, the family were under the...
Seite 285 - Jook so full of terror ? He then sat down, and gave me a history of his complaint. About a week or ten days before, after drawing some liquor in his cellar for a girl, he desired her to take away the oysters which lay upon the floor, and which he supposed she had dropped ; — the girl, thinking him drunk, laughed at him, and went out of the room. He endeavoured to take them •up himself, and to his great astonishment could find none. — He was...