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|My wife's so very bad," cried Will, " 1 fear she ne'er will hold it — □ She keeps |
her bed !" — " Mine's worse ... But now, her wealth and finery fled, Her hangers-
on cut short all, The doctors found, when she was dead, Her last disorder —
|At church, in silks and satins new, With hoop of monstrous size ; She never |
slumbered in her pew, But when she shut her eyes. Her love was ... Her hangers-
on cu! short all, Her doctors found, when she was dead, Her last disorder mortal.
|When she has walked before. But now her wealth and finery fled, Her hangers-on |
cut short all; The doctors found when she was dead, — Her last disorder mortal.
Let us lament in sorrow sore, For Kent-street well may say, That had she liv'd a ...
|THE gay Flirtilln' shew'd her mimic bust, _ And ask'dblnnt Scnso is't were |
lsiashion'd just. s you, " Ma'am," he replies', U in this 'tis much like ... But now, her
wealth and sinery fled, Her hangcrs-on cut short all ; The doctors found, when
she was dead, Her last disorder-mortal. be', us lament in sorrow sore; For Kent-
strect well may say, That, had she liv'd a twelvemonth more, She had not died to-
|Freud, Sigmund Employment is nature's physician, and is essential to human |
happiness. - Galen, Claudius The doctor found, when she was dead, her last
disorder mortal. - Goldsmith, Oliver The physician's highest calling, his only
calling, is to ...
David Francis Bacon - 1833 - Read
|She was, therefore, chiefly employed in the use of her needle, in which she was |
expert and skilful, and by which she was able to support ... many times, to be
dying, or near to death ; and her physician and friends thought she could not
survive her disorders, which attended ... sister then living, who was out of town,
she went and attended her in her sickness, which proved mortal, and she died in
about a week. ... distressing ; so that she was not able to say much in this her last
|The coffin, with its precious trust, was deposited near where rest the mortal |
remains of Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Hervey, and of other kindred spirits. ... Death found
her lab'rlng, and became her slave, Through his dark portals ush'ring her ; while
she. ... 303 of our last Volume: her husband, the Rev. ... of the physician, we
removed her to bis house, where she had all possible accommodations : but she
still grew worse. ... She did not converse much, but was aware of her dangerous
|Rachel had been two and a half years old when the first curious side effect of her |
condition set in. Her latest trick had been to spin and spin herself in circles until
she was dizzy-drunk enough to stop and attempt to walk around the room. It was
quite ... It wasn't until a few months after her first strange attack that the doctor 59.
|Joanna Southeott breathed her last she was attended by her Chief Priost, Tozer, |
her Scemtnry and particular fnerid, Ann ... He remarked further, that althfma-l, tlie
disea-e •must terminate ih death, it was still within the porter" of . ... that it began
to display a discolouration which at tince brought home to conviction the faet, that
the wretched Jdnima was but mortal. ... that there was no SJtiloh ; next, that there
vrds •no disease of the uterine organs, as imagined by Dr. Sim4; thirdly, that the ...
|and felt faint if she moved.92 Worried that the summer heat and noise of Glen |
Echo would worsen her condition, ... She contacted the caretaker of the North
Oxford cemetery to provide for care of her family plot after her death and ... 95
When Hubbell arrived in North Oxford, he too found her changed and hastened
to take her back to Glen Echo ... Convinced that this illness was his aunt's last,
Steve insisted on a doctor and enough medication to "make her as comfortable