Papers on Health, Volume 11

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Morison, 1885

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Page 203 - As he passed by, seeing a man which was blind from his birth, he spat on the ground, and making clay of the spittle, anointed the eyes of the blind man, and said unto him : " Go, wash in the pool of Siloam.
Page 64 - I wish to thank you very much for the great Interest you have taken In the matters which I brought to your attention In our telephone talk of a few days since. The results so far obtained have been really splendid, and a large purt of them are due to your very active efforts.
Page 104 - If the child were ever so determined to have his own way just because it is his own way, when the soothing, melting influence of a right treatment passes over him, his resolution melts away.
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Page 201 - That friend wishes me to apply to you to see if you could do anything for me, as I am very much afflicted with stammering.
Page 97 - There is one thing which it is well to keep in mind in these fevers of children.

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