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" Can any person say what may be the consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame, after a long lapse of years? Who knows, besides, what ideas may rise, in the course of time, from a brutal fever having excited its incongruous impression... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 28
1799
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Public Characters, Volume 5

Alexander Stephens - Great Britain - 1803 - 568 pages
...labour under the cow-phobia. He asks, if any person can say, " what mny be the co use consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame,...leave to ask, in my turn, if any person can say, what mny be the consequences, after a long lapse of years, of introducing into the human frame cow's rnflk,...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1803
...cow-pliobia,-~ He asks, if any person can say, " what may be the . !...).. ~Fa<re. consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame, after a long lapse of years ?" I beg leave to a?k, in my turn, if any person can say, what may be the consequences, after a long hipse of years,...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - London (England) - 1836
...fury. ' Can any person *y," exclaims a pamphleteer named Moseley, " what may be the consequence o introducing a bestial humour into the human frame, after a long lapse of year* ? Who knows, besides, what ideas may rise in the course of time from a brutal fever having excited...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 14

1839
...together." " Can any person," he continues, after a page or two, " say what may be the consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame after a long lapse of years ? " Who knows, besides, what ideas may arise in the course of time, from a brutal fever having exerted...
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Sketches of imposture, deception, and credulity

1845 - 283 pages
...confusion. Dr. Moscly, one of his opponents, asks if any person can say, " What may be the consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame, after a long lapse of years ?" He was asked, in return, " What may be the consequences, after a long lapse of years, of introducing...
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The History and heroes of the art of medicine

John Rutherfurd Russell - Medicine - 1861 - 491 pages
...with horns on their heads, very hideous, and speak not, but rout as swine.J" * .... " Can any person say what may be the consequence of introducing a bestial...humour into the human frame after a long lapse of years ? Who knows, besides, what ideas may arise in the course of time from a bestial fever having excited...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1863
...correspondent of " N. & Q." quotes Dr. Moseley's question " Can any person say what may be the consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame after a long lapse of years? " yet no one has recorded in these pages that other Query, that was propounded as a crushing reply...
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Jenner and vaccination

Charles Creighton - 1889 - 360 pages
...dissimilar. . . . Can any person say what may be the consequences of introducing the lues bovilla, a bestial humour, into the human frame after a long lapse of years ? . . . The doctrine of engrafting distempers is not yet comprehended by the wisest men ; and I wish...
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Practical Statistics Simply Explained

Russell Langley - Mathematics - 1971 - 399 pages
...disease was utterly repugnant, even to the medical profession. As one doctor said, 'Can any person say what may be the consequence of introducing a bestial...into the human frame, after a long lapse of years ? Who knows but that the human character may undergo strange mutations from quadrupedal sympathy.'...
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Literature, Science and Exploration in the Romantic Era: Bodies of Knowledge

Tim Fulford, Debbie Lee, Peter J. Kitson - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 324 pages
...madness: they mated with bulls. 'Can any person', Moseley went on, 'say what may be the consequences of introducing a bestial humour into the human frame, after a long lapse of years? Who knows, besides, what ideas may arise, in the course of time, from a brutal fever having excited...
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