A Faithful Record of the Miraculous Case of Mary Jobson

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M. Atkinson, 1841 - Medicine - 59 pages
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Page 56 - his own inspection, and in such circumstances that he could not possibly be deceived ; if his statement be such as contributes in no respect to his credit or advantage

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