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" A butcher was brought into a druggist's from the market-place opposite, laboring under a terrible accident. The man, on trying to hook up a heavy piece of meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm so that he himself was suspended.... "
Psychology and Common Life: A Survey of the Present Results of Psychical ... - Page 167
by Frank Sargent Hoffman - 1903 - 286 pages
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review

1851
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...suffering acute agony. The arm could not be moved without excessive pain, and in cutting off the sleeve, he frequently cried out ; yet when the arm was exposed,...
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On the Influence of Education and Training in preventing Diseases of the ...

Robert Brudenell Carter - 1855 - 438 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...hook having only traversed the sleeve of his coat." I have met with an account of an instance similar to this, which happened to a wood-cutter, who chanced...
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Principles of human physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - Human physiology - 1855 - 1140 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...not be moved without causing excessive pain; and in cutting-off the sleeve, he frequently cried out; yet when the arm was exposed, it was found to be quite...
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Clinical lectures on the principles and practice of medicine

John Hughes Bennett - Medicine - 1858 - 951 pages
...book penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. Medical Notes and Reflections, chap. 5. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...hook having only traversed the sleeve of his coat. A clergyman told me, that some time ago suspicions were entertained in his parish of a woman, who was...
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Footfalls on the boundary of another world

Apparitions - 1860 - 528 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...out; yet when the arm was exposed it was found to be perfectly uninjured, the hook having only traversed the sleeve of his coat!" What acted, in this case,...
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Footfalls on the Boundary of Another World

Robert Dale Owen - Apparitions - 1861 - 392 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...out; yet when the arm was exposed it was found to be perfectly uninjured, the hook having only traversed the sleeve of his coat!" What acted, in this case,...
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Footfalls on the boundary of another world: with narrative illustrations

Robert Dale Owen - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1860 - 392 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...causing excessive pain, and in cutting off the sleeve he fre. quently cried out ; yet when the arm was exposed it was found to be perfectly uninjured, the hook...
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Footfalls on the Boundary of Another World

Robert Dale Owen - Apparitions - 1860 - 528 pages
...slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, ho was pale, almost pulseless, and expressed himself as suffering acute agony. The arm could not bo moved without causing excessive pain, and in cutting off the sleeve ho frequently cried out; yet...
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Clinical lectures on the principles and practice of medicine

John Hughes Bennett - Medical - 1866 - 1022 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp hook penetrated his arm, so that he himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...it was found to be quite uninjured, the hook having traversed only the sleeve of his coat. The Rev. Mr. Stevenson of St. George's Church, Edinburgh, told...
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Clinical lectures on the principles and practice of medicine

John Hughes Bennett - History - 1867 - 1022 pages
...meat above his head, slipped, and the sharp book penetrated his arm, so that be himself was suspended. On being examined, he was pale, almost pulseless,...causing excessive pain, and in cutting off the sleeve ho frequently cried out, yet when the arm was exposed it was found to be quite uninjured, the hook...
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