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" Care and Discontent shortened the Days of Little Margery's Father.— He was forced from his Family, and seized with a violent Fever in a Place where Dr. James's Powder was not to be had, and where he died miserably. "
The Newbery Companion: Booktalk and Related Materials for Newbery Medal and ... - Page xiv
by John Thomas Gillespie, Corinne J. Naden - 2001 - 465 pages
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A Storehouse of Stories, Containing: The History of Philip Quarll, Goody ...

Charlotte Mary Yonge - Children's stories, English - 1870 - 437 pages
...MARGERY AND HER BROTHER. CARE and discontent shortened the days of Little Margery's father. — He was forced from his family, and seized with a violent fever in a place where Dr. James's powder was not to be had, and where he died miserably. Margery's poor mother survived the...
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London Society, Volume 43

James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1883
...as proprietor of Dr. James's Powder — the regimen for the lack of which little Margery's father, forced from his family and seized with a violent fever in a place where Dr. James's Powder was not to be had, died miserably, and which hastened the end of Goldsmith himself...
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The history of little goody Two-Shoes

1884
...MARGERY AND HER BROTHER. Care and discontent shortened the days of Little Margery's father. — He was forced from his family, and seized with a violent fever in a place where Dr. James's powder was not to be had, and where he died miserably. Margery's poor mother survived the...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Prefaces and introductions. Animated nature ...

...LITTLE MARGERY AND HER BROTHER. CARE and discontent shortened the days of little Margery's father. He was forced from his family, and seized with a violent fever in a place where Dr. James's Powder ' was not to be had, and where he died miserably. Margery's poor mother survived...
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Instruction in the Use of Books and Libraries

Lucy Ella Fay, Anne Thaxter Eaton - Books and reading - 1915 - 449 pages
...Goody Two Shoes, little Margery's father was " seized with a violent fit of fever in a place where Dr. James's powder was not to be had and where he died miserably." Some of the notices of Newbery's books are ingenious enough to be quoted. In 1744: "According to Act...
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From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth-century Britain

Fiona Haslam - History - 1996 - 336 pages
...John Newberry: GOODY TWO-SHOES CARE and Discontent shortened the Days of Little Margery's Father. - He was forced from his Family, and seized with a violent Fever in a Place where Dr James's Powder was not to be had, and where he died miserably.30 Self-medication was common and...
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