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" The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid... "
The Ladies' Flower-garden of Ornamental Annuals - Page 20
by Mrs. Loudon (Jane) - 1842 - 272 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 74

Literary Criticism - 1853
...example of an opium-eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the bod; trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 28

Science - 1830
...debility," he says, " both moral and physical, attendant upon it, is terrible. The appetite is destroyed ; every fibre in the body trembles ; the nerves of the...neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid," producing wry necks and contracted fingers. Life itself, as we may well suppose, is shortened by it....
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 15

Medicine - 1829
...example of an opium-eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The dehility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid;...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 14

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - Literary Criticism - 1829
...example of an opium eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of entertainment ...

1829
...example of an opium eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The dehility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid...
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The New York medical and physical journal, Volume 9

John Brodhead Beck - Medicine - 1830
...debility," he says, " both moral and physical, attendant upon it, is terrible. The appetite is destroyed ; every fibre in the body trembles ; the nerves of the...neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid," producing wry nocks and contracted fingers. Life itself, os we may well suppose, is shortened by it....
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Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Volumes 1-3

1830
...example of an opium-eater passing thirty years of age, if ho commences the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed every fihre in the body trembles the nerves of the neck become affected and the muscles...
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The Journal of Health, Volume 1

Haile Sellassie I University. Public Health College and Training Center - Recreation - 1830
...example of an opium-eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement is terrible, the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid....
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The Magazine of the beau monde; or, Monthly journal of fashion [afterw.] The ...

...example of an opium eater passing thirty years of age if he commence the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid...
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The Olio: Or, Museum of Entertainment ..., Volume 7

History - 1831
...example of an opium eater passing thirty years of age, if he commence the practice early. The debility, both moral and physical, attendant on its excitement, is terrible ; the appetite is soon destroyed, every fibre in the body trembles, the nerves of the neck become affected, and the muscles get rigid;...
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