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" ... and, upon examination, found his pulse and the motion of his heart gradually returning: he began to breathe gently, and speak softly : we were all astonished to the last degree at this unexpected change, and after some further conversation with him,... "
The New London Magazine - Page 299
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The History of Man: Displaying the Various Powers, Faculties, Capacities ...

Anecdotes - 1746
...ourfelves, went away fully fatisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded aud puzled, and not able to form any rational fcheme that might...called for his attorney, added a codicil to his will, fettled legacies on his fervants, received the facrament, and calmly and compofedly expired about five...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volume 3

Characters and characteristics - 1805
...unexpected change; and after some conversation with him, and among ourselves, we went avv;iy fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it. Mr. William Cowherd of CartInel, in Lancashire, on the £fst Tuesday...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 4

Medicine - 1808
...that same evening, about five or six o'clock. These three gentlemen went away fully satisfied as to the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it. On dissection, every part of the body was very sound and perfect,...
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Blackwood's Magazine

1839
...change ; and, after some further conversation with him, and among ourselves, went away fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it." — CHEYNE'S English Malady. It may be proper to state, that the...
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A dissertation on the disorder of death; or that state of the frame under ...

Walter Whiter - 1819 - 480 pages
...conversation with him, and among our11 selves, went away fully satisfied as to all the " the particular* of this fact, but confounded " and puzzled, and not able to form any ra" tional scheme that might account for it. " He afterwards called for his Attorney, ad" ded a codicil...
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The Principles of Forensic Medicine: Systematically Arranged, and Applied to ...

John Gordon Smith - Medical jurisprudence - 1824 - 579 pages
...change, and after some further conversation with him, and among ourselves, went away fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it. " He afterwards called for his attorney, added a codicil to his will,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 11

Anecdotes - 1826
...unexpected change, and after some further conversation with him among ourselves, went away fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it." PETER THE GREAT. Nothing was so much an object of antipathy to Peter...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 3

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...change, and after some further conversation with him, and among ourselves, went away tülly satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it. He afterwards called for his attorney, added a codicil to his will,...
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Human Physiology ...

Robley Dunglison - Human physiology - 1832
...change, and after some farther conversation with him, and among ourselves, went away fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme, that might account for it. He afterwards called for his attorney, added a codicil to his will,...
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Report of the Experiments on Animal Magnetism: Made by a Committee of the ...

Académie nationale de médecine (France) - Animal magnetism - 1833 - 252 pages
...change, and after some further conversation with him, and among ourselves, went away fully satisfied as to all the particulars of this fact, but confounded and puzzled, and not able to form any rational scheme that might account for it." In the preceding instances, we see the astonishing power which some...
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