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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 physiology of temperance and total abstinence

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1853
...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, hia wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so...
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The Constitution of Man: Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - 1853 - 507 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 .-urn, the wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so fair a way of being perfectly healed, that...
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the constitution of man

george combe - 1860
...are healed. In the man who had been shot with the musketball 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 Cook had not known that no application had been made to it, he declared that he should certainly...
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On the Use and Abuse of Alcoholic Liquors, in Health and Disease, by William ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1866 - 178 Seiten
...mention of "the facility with which wounds healed that had left scars behind them, and that we saw ic 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 fair a way of being perfectly healed, that...
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The Fortnightly, Band 6;Band 12

1869
...Another proof of health which we have mentioned before, is the facility with which the 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 a musket-ball through the fleshy part of his arm, his wound seemed to be so well digested, and in so...
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Human Life: Its Philosophy and Laws

Herbert M. Shelton - 1979 - 518 Seiten
...facility with which the wounds they at any time received healed up. In a man who had been shot with a musket ball through the fleshy part of his arm 'his wound seemed so well digested and in so fair a way to be healed,' says Captain Cook, 'that if I had not known that...
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