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" In the man who had been shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if Mr. "
A General Collection of Voyages and Travels: Including the Most Interesting ... - Seite 46
von William Fordyce Mavor - 1813
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. 103 state ; when we saw the man who had been shot with a musket-ball timrougim the fleshy part of his arm, his wound seemed to be...digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, ti:at if I had not known no application had been made to it, I should certainly have inquired, with...
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Hydropathy; or, The cold water cure as practised by Vincent Priessnitz, at ...

R T. Claridge, Vincent Priessnitz - 1842
...health of these people, is the facility with which the wounds they at any time receive are healed. In the man who had been shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if Mr....
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook, Band 1

James Cook - 1842
...health, which we have mentioned upon a former occasion, is the facility with which the wounds healed that had left scars behind them, and that we saw in a recent МАНСH, 1770. COOK'S FIRST VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. state ; when we saw the man who had been shot...
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1843
...health which we have mentioned on a former occasion, is the facility with which the wounds healed that had left scars behind them, and that we saw in a recent...arm, his wound seemed to be so well digested, and in to health, are either neglected, or beyond the so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that reach...
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Hydropathy: Or, The Water Cure: Its Principles, Modes of Treatment

1844 - 304 Seiten
...health of these people, is the facility with which the wounds they at any time receive are healed. In the man who had been shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if Captain...
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The Constitution of Man

George Combe - 1845 - 382 Seiten
...people is the facility with which the wounds thcv at any time receive are healed. In the man who hid y member of Parliament, counsellor, and judge, has a set of notion the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if Mr...
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THE CONSTITUTION OF MAN.

GEORGE COMBE - 1850
...health of these people is the facility with which the wounds they at any time receive are healed. In the man who had been shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if Mr...
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On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, prize essay

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851
...his voyage to New Zealand makes particular mention of " the facility with which wounds healed that had left scars behind them, and that we saw in a recent...shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of the arm, his wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that...
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On the Use and Abuse of Alcoholic Liquors, in Health & Disease, Prize Essay

William Boyd Carpenter - 1851 - 264 Seiten
...his voyage to New Zealand, makes particular mention of the "facility with which wounds healed that had left scars behind them, and that we saw in a recent...state ; when we saw the man who had been shot with the musket-ball through the fleshy part of the arm, his wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so...
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The Constitution of Man, Considered in Relation to the Natural Laws

George Combe - 1851 - 129 Seiten
...health of these people is the facility with which the wounds they at any time receive are healed. In the man who had been shot with the musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that if 5....
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