A Doctor Of The Old School

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Fiction - 56 pages
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Doctor MacLure did not lead a solemn procession from the sick bed to the dining room, and give his opinion from the hearthrug with an air of wisdom bordering on the supernatural, because neither the Drumtochty houses nor his manners were on that large scale. He was accustomed to deliver himself in the yard, and to conclude his directions with one foot in the stirrup; but when he left the room where the life of Annie Mitchell was ebbing slowly away, our doctor said not one word, and at the sight of his face her husband's heart was troubled.

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