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第 72 頁 - and drew about twenty ounces. On coagulating, the blood presented a strong buffy coat ; yet the relief obtained did not correspond to the hopes we had formed ; and during the night the fever became stronger than it had been hitherto ; the restlessness and agitation increased, and the patient spoke several times
第 71 頁 - And do not those other words of his apply to my case, where he says that drawing blood from a nervous patient is like loosening the cords of a musical instrument, whose tones already fail for want of sufficient tension? Even before this illness, you yourself know how weak and
第 130 頁 - I had planned full many a sanguine scheme Of earthly happiness—romantic schemes, And fraught with loveliness ; and it is hard To feel the hand of death arrest one's steps, And hurl one's soul untimely to the shades.
第 19 頁 - years has this unfortunate female daily, in all seasons, traversed the distance of many miles to the spot where she expected her future husband to alight from the coach, each time uttering in a plaintive tone, " He is not come yet ;—I will return to-morrow.
第 129 頁 - of experience, and disclose thyself only when thou hast irretrievably secured thy victim, and thy fangs are crimsoned with its blood ? Destroying angel ! why art thou commissioned thus to smite down the first-born of agonised humanity ? What are the strange purposes of Providence, that thus letteth thee loose upon the objects of its Infinite goodness?
第 19 頁 - in the stage-coach to the place of her abode. The last journey he took from her was the last of his life. Anxiously expecting his return, she went to meet the vehicle. An old friend announced to her the death of her lover. She uttered an involuntary scream and piteous exclamation,
第 72 頁 - Take away as much blood as you like, and have done with it.' We seized the moment, and drew about twenty ounces. On coagulating, the blood presented a strong buffy coat ; yet the relief obtained did not correspond to the hopes we had
第 72 頁 - On the following morning (the 17th) the bleeding was repeated twice, and it was thought right also to apply blisters to the soles of his feet."(!) Well might Mr. Moore exclaim, "It is painful to dwell on such details.
第 72 頁 - you shall not. I have had several inflammatory fevers in my life, and at an age when more robust and plethoric ; yet I got through them without bleeding. This time, also, will I take my chance.
第 87 頁 - effects of a vicious and intemperate course of life, it would, I think, strike the mind with more terror than all the preaching in the world. The irritable state of the patient leads to the destruction of life ; and in this way annually great numbers perish. Undoubtedly