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" It is, therefore, not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as a precious liquor against a scarcity of the fungus. "
Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society - Seite 345
von Wernerian Natural History Society, Edinburgh - 1823
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1823
...tea-cup of his urine, be more powerfully irttoxicated than he was the preceding day by the futigns'. It is therefore not uncommon for confirmed drunkards...intoxicating property of the urine is capable of -being pr«» pagtited; for every one who partakes of it has his urine similarly affected. Thus, with a very...
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A natural system of botany

John Lindley - 1836
...taking a teacup of his urine he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was the preceding day. It is, therefore, not uncommon .for confirmed drunkards...precious liquor against a scarcity of the Fungus. The intoxicating property of the urine is capable of being propagated ; for every one who partakes...
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A philosophical and statistical history of the inventions and customes of ...

Samuel Morewood - 1838 - 745 Seiten
...of his own urine, he will become more powerfully intoxicated, than be was the day preceding. It i» therefore not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as a precious liquor, lest a scarcity in the fungi should occur. This inebriating property of the urine is capable of being...
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A Philosophical and Statistical History of the Inventions and Customes of ...

Samuel Morewood - 1838 - 745 Seiten
...of his own urine- he will become 12>J wore powerfully intoxicated, than he wa» the day preceding. It is therefore not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as ai)recious liquor, lest a scarcity in the fungi should occur. This inebriating property of the urine...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Band 14

1839
...drinking a cup of his own urine, he will become more powerfully intoxicated than he was the day preceding. It is therefore not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as a precious liquor, lest a scarcity in the fungi should occur. This inebriating property of the urine is capable of being...
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The Student: a magazine of theology, literature, and science

1844
...taking a teacup of his urine, he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was the preceding day. It is, therefore, not uncommon for confirmed drunkards...precious liquor against a scarcity of the fungus. Thus, with a very few Amanitce, a party of drunkards may keep up their debauch for a week. Dr. Langsdorf...
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A Disquisition on Pestilential Cholera: Being an Attempt to Explain Its ...

Charles Cowdell - 1848 - 210 Seiten
...taking a teacup of his urine he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was on the preceding day. It is, therefore, not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as a precious liqnor against a scarcity of the fungus. This intoxicating property of the urine is capable of being...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly Journal ..., Band 2

1848
...morning, he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was the preceding day ; and we are told that it is not uncommon for confirmed drunkards to preserve their urine as a precious store in the event of a scarcity of the fungus. We are further assured that, by a repetition of the...
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London Journal of Medicine: A Monthly Record of the Medical Sciences ..., Band 3

1851
...taking a teacup of his urine, he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was the preceding day. It is, therefore, not uncommon for confirmed drunkards...precious liquor against a scarcity of the fungus. The intoxicating property of the urine is capable of being propagated ; for every one who partakes...
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Epidemics Examined and Explained: Or, Living Germs Proved by Analogy to be a ...

John Grove - 1850 - 192 Seiten
...taking a teacup of his urine, he will be more powerfully intoxicated than he was the preceding day. It is, therefore, not uncommon for confirmed drunkards...precious liquor against a scarcity of the fungus. The intoxicating property of the urine is capable of 167 being propagated ; for every one who partakes...
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