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" deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to be false, and the rest of the story is equally so. I abominate all drugs and narcotics, and have always carefully avoided everything which spurs nature to exertions which it would not otherwise make.... "
The Household monitor of health - Page 109
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1891 - 406 pages
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Herald of Health, Volumes 17-18

1871
...and that, in consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf аз a post. As to my deafis, you know that to be false, and the rest of the story is equally so. I abominate all and narcotics, and have always carefully avoided every thing which spurs nature to exertions which...
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Journalism in the United States, from 1690-1872

Frederic Hudson - American newspapers - 1873 - 789 pages
...it produces in writing my verses, and that, in consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to...the usual condiments, such as pepper, and the like. I am, sir, truly yours, That I may rise early, I, of course, go to bed early ; in town, as early as...
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Hygiene of the brain

Martin Luther Holbrook - Nervous system - Hygiene - 1878 - 293 pages
...excitement it produces in writing my verses, and that in consequence of using it in that way I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to...the usual condiments, such as pepper, and the like. I am, sir, truly yours, WC BEYANT. NEW YORK, March 30, 1871. Dear Sir : You are welcome to make what...
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The Firelands pioneer

Northwest, Old - 1878
...consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that.to be false, and the rest of the story is equally so....the usual condiments, such as pepper and the like. LIVE OLD MEN. Is it not a little remarkable that the men now busy at the horseshoe table in the Berlin...
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THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW

ALLEN THORNDIKE RICE - 1879
...exhilarated by wine. I never meddle with tobacco, except to quarrel with its use. ... I abominateall drugs and narcotics, and have always carefully avoided...nature to exertions which it would not otherwise make." None but a calm, equable, self-poised, self-contained man, patient, regular, not subject to moods,...
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The North American Review, Volume 128

1879
...except to quarrel with its use. ... I abominateall drugs and narcotics, and have always carefully av everything which spurs nature to exertions which it would not otherwise make." led None but a calm, equable, self-poised, self-contained man, tient, regular, not subject to moods,...
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William Cullen Bryant: A Biographical Sketch : with Selections from His ...

Andrew James Symington - 1880 - 253 pages
...it produces in writing my verses; and that, in consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to...take the usual condiments, such as pepper and the like.I am, sir, truly yours, WC BRYANT." Bryant thus was one of the most active old men ever known;...
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Study and Stimulants: Or The Use of Intoxicants and Narcotics in Relation to ...

Alfred Arthur Reade - Stimulants - 1883 - 206 pages
...it produces in writing my verses, and that, in consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to...drugs and narcotics, and have always carefully avoided every thing which spurs nature to exertions which it would not otherwise make. Even with my food I...
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Study and stimulants; or, The use of intoxicants and narcotics in relation ...

Study - 1883
...it produces in writing my verses, and that, in consequence of using it in that way, I had become as deaf as a post. As to my deafness, you know that to...drugs and narcotics, and have always carefully avoided every thing which spurs nature to exertions which it would not otherwise make. Even with my food I...
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