Liverpool Medico-chirurgical Journal, Volume 14

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1894
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Page 20 - how, even in the meanest sorts of labour, the whole soul of man is composed into a kind of real harmony; the instant he sets himself to work, doubt, desire, sorrow, remorse, indignation, and despair
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