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" ... to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their fury and extravagance of demeanour so completely deprived them of their senses, that many of them dashed their brains out against the walls and corners of buildings, or... "
Psychology and Common Life: A Survey of the Present Results of Psychical ... - Page 165
by Frank Sargent Hoffman - 1903 - 286 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...abandoned their labours in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to time, at certain appointed places, and, uuless prevented by the looken-on, continuing to dance withont intermission, until their very last...
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The Epidemics of the Middle Ages, Volumes 1-2

Justus Friedrich Carl Hecker - Epidemics - 1835
...abandoned their labours in the Belds, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to...certain appointed places, and unless prevented by the lookers on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended.) Their...
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The Parterre, Volume 2

1835
...adandoned their labours in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to...certain appointed places, and unless prevented by the lookers on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their...
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.].

1835
...adandoned their labours in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to...certain appointed places, and unless prevented by the lookers on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 32

1854
...abandoned their labors in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to...appointed places, and, unless prevented by the lookers-on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their fury and...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...time, at certain appointed place 1854.] [Mardi, and, unless prevented by the loolsers-on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their fury nnd extravagance of demeanour so completely dcpii\..l them of their senses, that many of them dashed...
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The Epidemics of the Middle Ages

Justus Friedrich Carl Hecker - Epidemics - 1859 - 360 pages
...from time to time, at certain appointed places, and, unless prevented by the lookers-on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last...brains out against the walls and corners of buildings, 1 Johann Schenck con Graffenberg, bom 1530, took his degree at Tubingen, in 1554. He passed the greater...
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The Epidemics of the Middle Ages

Justus Friedrich Carl Hecker - Epidemics - 1859 - 360 pages
...abandoned their labours in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and thus those affected were seen assembling indiscriminately, from time to...appointed places, and, unless prevented by the lookers-on, continuing to dance without intermission, until their very last breath was expended. Their fury and...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 13, Part 1

Medicine - 1868
...some of these poor, deluded mortals that they actually " dashed their brains out by running against walls and corners of buildings, or rushed headlong...into rapid rivers where they found a watery grave." would seem almost incredible. Without giving his words, his story is, that he remembered a girl who...
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Mind and body - 1874 - 737 pages
...their labours in their fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits ; and those affected were seeu assembling indiscriminately, from time to time, at...into rapid rivers, where they found a watery grave. Roaring and foaming as they were, tho bystanders could only succeed in restraining them by placing...
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